houston – Endeavour’s second launch attempt will come no earlier than May 10, shuttle and International Space Station program managers decided May 2, following a detailed look at plans to replace Loads Control Assembly-2, an electronics box blamed for last week’s scrub. A retest of the new hardware will also be conducted. A May 10 launch would be targeted for 11:21 a.m. EDT. The two management teams intend to reconvene on May 6 to assess the repair and retest the new 40-lb. box and ...

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