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[b]Five-hole probe cover pulled free[/b]
The five-hole probe cover was pulled away from the instrumentation at the top of Ares I-X, but the velcro-attached sock initially failed to fall away. Instead, it got caught at the top of the rocket.
It finally came free with a final tug on its lanyard. Cheers were audible over the launch team's communication channels as the cover and its cord came free and fell away.
With the weather and range currently "green", the launch director has reset the liftoff time for 9:44 a.m. EDT.
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