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DISCOVERY LAUNCH DELAYED

DISCOVERY LAUNCH DELAYED
Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fl., and NASA Administrator Michael Griffin (l) discuss the postponement of the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on July 13, 2005. A malfunctioning fuel sensor delayed liftoff of what was to be the first return to human spaceflight since the Columbia disaster in Feb. 2003. (UPI Photo/Marino-Cantrell).
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