The launch of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/NASA Joint Polar Satellite System-1 spacecraft has been rescheduled for early Nov. 15 following the call for a 24-hr. delay late in the first countdown on Nov. 14. The rescheduling was in response to the presence of two boats in the exclusion zone surrounding the ocean waters near the Vandenberg AFB, California, launch site and a technical issue with the Delta II rocket’s first stage. The 66 sec. Nov. 15 launch window ...

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