Hurricane Could Delay Shuttle Launch

The long-anticipated Hubble Telescope repair mission could be delayed by Hurricane Gustav, watchful NASA officials told ABCNews.com. The Space Shuttle Atlantis is supposed to roll out to the launch pad just after midnight Saturday, but not if bad weather is headed anywhere near the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Atlantis is scheduled to launch Oct. 8 for the highly anticipated mission to repair and improve the Hubble Space Telescope. Gustav is a Category 1 hurricane with sustained winds...Full Story
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