Atlantis astronauts set for another launch attempt

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER (AP) -- Seven astronauts flew into Florida
from Houston this morning, and say they are eager to blast off on
Atlantis after a two-month delay.
Thursday's launch-day weather is sketchy, but mission commander
Steve Frick says everything else is "looking just great." NASA
engineers think a big problem with glitchy fuel gauges in the space
shuttle's external tank has finally been fixed. And a little
problem with a bend in a cooling-system hose also has been
resolved.
The crew is set to spend 11 days in space, delivering a
long-overdue European science lab called Columbus to the
international space station.


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