On Wednesday, October 1, 2002, With Hurricane Lili expected to make
landfall along the Louisiana coast Thursday afternoon, the launch of
Space Shuttle Atlantis has been postponed to no earlier than Monday,
Oct. 7 so that the Mission Control Center (MCC) in Houston can be
secured and protected from potential storm impacts.
(Reference KSC Shuttle Status 10/02/2002)
On Thursday, September 19, 2002, final preparations for Atlantis's
lift-off to the International Space Station continue in work and on
schedule. Payload installation is complete and payload bay doors are
closed for flight. The Helium Signature Leak Test on the Main
Propellant System is complete. Propellant loading is in work today.
Yesterday, the crew for STS-112 was in town for the Terminal Countdown
Demonstration Test which has been concluded successfully.
(Reference KSC Shuttle Status 09/18/2002)
STS-112 Movies and Images
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