KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- With the engines removed from Endeavour, the flow line can be inspected. On the right, Gerry Kathka, with United Space Alliance, hands part of a fiber-optic camera system to Scott Minnick, left. Minnick wears a special viewing apparatus that sees where the camera is going. The inspection is the result of small cracks being discovered on the LH2 Main Propulsion System (MPS) flow liners in other orbiters. Endeavour is next scheduled to fly on mission STS-113. (Photo Release Date: 07/10/2002 )

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