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Discovery's Final Mission Delayed Due to Weather

November 4, 2010
CAPE CANAVERAL -- Discovery’s final flight faced its first hurdle in the form of a fuel leak in its right OMS pod. This problem seemed solved, but using an over-abundance of caution mission managers had the seals around...
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Dsicovery's last rollout

November 1, 2010
This image of space shuttle Discovery was taken as the craft began its nighttime trek, known as "rollout," from the Vehicle Assembly Building to Launch Pad 39A.It took the shuttle, attached to its external fuel tank...
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Fuel Leak Repaired on Discovery

October 19, 2010
A fuel leak was found in Discovery's orbital engine system this week. However, it now appears that the leak has been stopped. NASA, every cautious, will continue leak checks on the orbiter. The leak appeared where propellant lines...
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Fuel Leak on Shuttle Discovery Fixed

October 19, 2010
CAPE CANAVERAL -- A fuel leak was found in Discovery's orbital engine system this week. However, it now appears that the leak has been stopped. NASA, every cautious, will continue leak checks on the orbiter. The leak appeared where...
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NASA Produces Slick Video for Upcoming STS-133 Mission

October 16, 2010
NASA has released a sharply-packaged video detailing the final mission of the space shuttle Discovery – STS-133. The nearly 23-minute long video provides viewers with a brief background of arguably the most historic orbiter in the shuttle...
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NASA Produces Highly-Polished Video Regarding STS-133

October 16, 2010
NASA has released a sharply-packaged video detailing the final mission of the space shuttle Discovery – STS-133. The nearly 23-minute long video provides viewers with a brief background of arguably the most historic orbiter in the shuttle...
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Discovery's Last Crew Conducts TCDT Training

October 16, 2010
CAPE CANAVERAL – The crew for the last mission for space shuttle Discovery spent the week at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center conducting the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test or as it is more commonly know – TCDT. The crew...
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