*HTML is ON
*UBB Code is ON
[b]Rain showers head towards the pad[/b]
Weather officer Kathy Winters reported recently that she is watching a rain shower about 30 nautical miles south of Kennedy Space Center. The shower is moving north and will be over Pad 39B at about 9:50 a.m. EDT. If Ares I-X has not launched when the shower arrives, that will cause further concern for the launch team.
Meanwhile, launch director Ed Mango has advised the launch team to continue targeting 9:24 a.m. The flight dynamics team is assessing vehicle loads based on the latest upper-level wind data. The five-hole probe cover at the very top of the vehicle may be removed in the next 10 to 15 minutes.
If you have previously registered, but forgotten your password, click here.
*** Click here to review this topic. ***
Contact Us | The Source for Space History & Artifacts
Copyright 2018 collectSPACE.com All rights reserved.