Kennedy Space Center workers have installed and retested a new Loads Control Assembly-2 (LCA-2) box in space shuttle Endeavour, as well as replaced potentially faulty wiring between the electronics box and the auxiliary power unit (APU) heater that scrubbed the shuttle’s initial launch attempt on April 29. “It all checked out in the retesting, so it looks like we’re in pretty good shape,” says NASA spokesman Allard Beutel. Shuttle managers have approved Endeavour for a new launch attempt ...


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