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Space Shuttle Status Report 2 Feb 2000
SHUTTLE STATUS REPORT
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2000 (2:00 PM EST)
- VEHICLE: Endeavour/OV-105
- LOCATION: Pad 39A
- TARGET KSC LAUNCH DATE/TIME: NET Feb. 11, 2000 at 12:28 p.m. EST
- TARGET KSC LANDING DATE/TIME: Feb. 22, 2000 at 4:36 p.m. EST
- LAUNCH WINDOW: 2 hours and 12 minutes
- MISSION DURATION: 11 days, 4 hours and 8 minutes
- CREW: Kregel, Gorie, Kavandi, Voss, Mohri, Thiele
- ORBITAL ALTITUDE and INCLINATION: 126 nautical miles/57 degrees
Work in progress: Extended scrub turnaround activities continue at the pad as technicians prepare to remove and replace the faulty master events controller from Endeavour’s aft engine compartment. Access to the controller will occur tomorrow with the new controller scheduled to be installed Thursday evening. Following installation, ordnance will be reconnected Friday and aft closeouts will begin this weekend.
The crew for mission STS-99 departed KSC today for their homes in Houston. They will return to KSC four days prior to the next launch attempt. Launch is currently targeted for no earlier than Feb. 11, pending availability of the Eastern Range.