A Launch to Remember (Part 12)

ARRIVAL IN TITUSVILLE

ROLLBACK OF THE ROTATING SERVICE STRUCTURE

Go Endeavour!
White Room and Crew Compartment Waiting!

It’s bedtime now! We have to be back at the KSC News Center at 3:30a.m.! If everything remains on schedule, we’ll see the STS-134 crew in their orange flight suits at 5:11a.m. Then, they’ll make their short drive in the Astrovan to launch pad 39A, where Endeavour awaits. Mechanical problems are in the back of our minds because of our past two not-launch experiences, but it’s the wind that’s the tangible concern for the launch right now. That said, Endeavour looked great on the launch pad and seems ready to go.

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