Thursday, April 27, 2006
Discovery, the oldest of the three remaining shuttles, is still slated for a July launch. NASA had run into some problems with a fuel sensor, but that has not forced any further delays.
SpaceDaily.com is reporting NASA still has a few "lingering questions" but is confident the shuttle will fly as scheduled.
Among its mission targets, to increase the International Space Station crew to three, and test further shuttle safety precautions.
Posted by Jerry Battiste at 6:14 PM