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'Endeavour' landing scrubbed again'Endeavour' landing scrubbed again

<BR><SPAN class=twodeck>Better weather expected Wednesday</SPAN><BR><SPAN class=twodeck>Better weather expected Wednesday</SPAN>

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Bad weather in both Florida and California forced NASA to wave off Endeavour for a second day. In Florida, it was rain and visibility; in California, it was wind. Forecasts at both the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) and Edwards Air Force Base call for better weather tomorrow.

The FAA has canceled the notam activating the restricted and warning areas associated with a shuttle landing. A new notam has been issued reactivating the areas again at 5:52 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, June 19.

The shuttle can remain in orbit until Thursday. NASA has a second alternate landing site at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico.


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