NASA’s Kennedy Space Center reopened for the first shift Aug. 22 after being closed since Aug. 20 while Tropical Storm Fay stalled over Florida’s Space Coast. Workers at nearby Cape Canaveral Air Force Station were advised to continue to “shelter in place” while supervisors met at the site to assess conditions for a return to normal operations. A so-called ride-out crew that remained on site at KSC throughout the storm reported “minor damage” to some facilities and some “water ...

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