Atlantis launch may be delayed because of inspection discrepancy

10/2/2003 | USA Today

The space shuttle Atlantis, which was supposed to be the first shuttle to launch after the Columbia accident, may not be able to fly until October 2004 because of a paperwork discrepancy. NASA thought the nose of Atlantis had been tested for corrosion, but it recently discovered during a paperwork review the inspection had not been performed.

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