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article imageTropical Storm Hanna Delays Atlantis Rollout

By KJ Mullins     Sep 3, 2008 in Science
The space shuttle Atlantis won't be going anywhere for a while with Tropical Storm Hanna coming to the coast. NASA has delayed the rollout that was set to have media coverage.
NASA had planned on rolling the shuttle out to the launch pad on Tuesday but has delayed those plans until Thursday depending on what is going on with Hanna.
Atlantis is set to service the Hubble Space Telescope October 8 for an 11-day mission.
The rollout is set to be covered by the media.
This mission on Atlantis will commanded by Scott Altman. Gregory C. Johnson will be pilot. Mission Specialists will be John Grunsfeld, Mike Massimino, Megan McArthur, Andrew Feustel and Michael Good.
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