On Monday, 6/22/98, validation of Discovery's electrical power systems
and payload removal efforts in OPF Bay 2 were complete. Preparations
to drain the orbiter maneuvering system (OMS) reactant storage tanks
are in work and OMS thruster replacement efforts are scheduled to
begin this week. Leak checks of the flash evaporator system and post
flight inspections of the Shuttle main engines are ongoing.
(Reference KSC Shuttle Status 6/22/1998)
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