Shuttle launch likely to be delayed

02/13/2004 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

NASA will likely not be ready to launch another shuttle mission in the fall as was hoped, according to Administrator Sean O'Keefe. Technical fixes for two aspects of the shuttle launch were still under review, but O'Keefe did not expect the delay to significantly affect the shuttle's estimated return-to-space cost of $500 million.

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