Glory Climate Spacecraft Launch Delayed A Day

NASA’s Glory climate-monitoring spacecraft remained on its launch pad at Vandenberg AFB, Calif., after a last-minute glitch forced a 24-hr. slip in its liftoff. An unexpected reading from the vehicle interface control console overseeing the Orbital Sciences Corp. Taurus XL 3110 launcher forced the...

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