The orbiter Discovery is rolled over to the Vehicle Assembly Building from the Orbiter Processing Facility. Discovery will spend about five working days in the VAB, where it will be mated with the external tank/solid rocket booster assembly; the completed Space Shuttle will then be transferred to Launch Pad 39B. Liftoff on OV-103's 21st flight, Mission STS-70, is currently targeted for June 8. (Photo Release Date: 5/3/95 )

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