Space Shuttle Landing

April 19, 2010 by Post Team 

Space Shuttle LandingSpace Shuttle Landing:NASA delayed the landing of space shuttle Discovery. The space shuttle is to re-enter Earth’s atmosphere today, but settled for a time delayed due to unfavorable landing conditions at the landing site in Florida. The landing site in Florida was experiencing rain that caused the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to delay the time for space shuttle landing. A second landing attempt was made after two hours late, which was canceled again due to unfavorable landing conditions. The discovery was a space shuttle on a mission to resupply the International Space Station with the equipment. The space shuttle landing attempt on Monday at the site of Florida was canceled and delayed until weather conditions are stabilized in the KSS.

The landing of the space shuttle was delayed because the National Aeronautics and Space does not allow that risk to be carried out unnecessarily. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said the rain could damage the heat shields on the shuttle and cause more damage while landing. The rain and low clouds also moderate the visibility during the landing of the shuttle. The reentry of the spacecraft landing can be seen by many people on the ground when you log back into the Pacific Ocean and fly to the Kennedy Space Station. The National Aeronautics and Space has the ability to land the shuttle in California base but cannot spend $ 1.8 million to transport the shuttle and its crew back to Florida.

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