Endeavour – STS-130 – Launch Attempt 7 February 2010

Endeavour
Image Credit: NASA

Launch coverage of Endeavour (STS-130) is on NASA TV

At 2:13 AM Phoenix time, we are at a built-in hold at T-minus 9 minutes, and we are within 30 minutes of launch, if the weather cooperates.

The weather is red for launch. The cloud ceiling is the culprit.

At 2:24 AM, about six minutes remain in the built in hold. The cloud thickness is in excess of 500 feet. The range is red due to weather.

At 2:27 AM, all systems have reported they are go for launch with the exception of weather.

Cloud base is 3,800 feet. The weather is too dynamic. And we now have scrubbed the launch for 24 hours.

We will see everybody tomorrow.

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