Shuttle launches at last, amid flurry of debris

07/16/2009 | ABC News

Astronauts on the space shuttle will spend Thursday checking for signs of damage after ice or debris was seen falling from the exterior fuel tank during Wednesday's launch. Video analysis showed at least a dozen objects falling toward the shuttle as it lifted off -- far more than the one or two pieces of debris observed during most launches.

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