NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) is set to reopen this week after a 10-day shutdown in the wake of Hurricane Ike, with managers predicting there will be no storm-related impact to the Oct. 10 launch of the next space shuttle mission. The Mission Control Center in Houston shut down along with the rest of JSC as Ike approached on Sept. 11, and it remained off-line when Russia’s Progress M-65/P30 resupply spacecraft docked with the International Space Station (ISS) on Sept. 17, five days ...

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