Space shuttle managers will delay launch of the space shuttle Endeavour for 10 days this month to avoid a conflict with a planned launch of a Russian Progress cargo carrier to the International Space Station. Originally set for April 19, the launch of Endeavour on the STS-134 mission now shifts to a window that opens at 3:47 p.m. EDT on April 29. NASA ordered the delay in Endeavour’s final mission after consulting with its ISS partners. The Progress 42 mission is scheduled to launch ...
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