KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- After engine removal on Columbia, the flow line is being inspected by (left) A.J. Koshti, with The Boeing Co., and (right) Ken Tauer, with United Space Alliance. The inspection is the result of small cracks being discovered on the LH2 Main Propulsion System (MPS) flow liners in two other orbiters. Program managers decided to conduct inspections on Columbia before clearing it for flight on STS-107. The July 19 launch of Columbia on STS-107 has been delayed a few weeks (Photo Release Date: 07/01/2002 )
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