Update (July 25th, 2005, 11:15am): Woohoo! Discovery has successfully launched and is currently on route to the International Space Station. Yay NASA!
Currently, Cincinnati is sweltering at 95 degrees with a heat index of 107. Even my pup, Storm, doesnâ€™t like to go outside. Itâ€™s going to be about the same, tomorrow, for the astronauts blasting off in Discovery.
After a faulty sensor in the fuel tank was examined, they have decided to launch regardless of fixing it. The launch time is set for tomorrow, July 26th, at 10:39am, Eastern Standard Time. All updates and the launch clock can be found at NASAâ€™s Return to Flight website.
Originally, the major networks (including ABC, NBC, and CBS) were all going to break from their regular schedules to show the flight. Since the delay, I have not seen any articles stating they will do the same on Tuesday. If they donâ€™t show it, you can watch it on NASA TV, which airs both over the internet and through some cable companies.