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Robert Pearlman
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Space shuttle Endeavour's STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment. It is also the first flight of an Educator Astronaut, Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan.

Currently, NASA is targeting August 9 for the launch of Endeavour.

Received on June 21 from someone@nasa.gov:

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During this morning's MOD [Mission Operations Directorate] telecon Steve Koerner announced that the Shuttle Program was initiating a CR to officially move STS 118 from Aug 9, to Aug 7. The MOD FRR [Flight Readiness Review] has also been moved a day earlier to July 11.
NASA will discuss STS-118 during a series of media briefings July 10-11 at NASA's Johnson Space Center.

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