NASA engineers are still working to figure out exactly what caused a brief, one-time irregular power drop to one of the main engine controllers on the shuttle Discovery. But even if they fix the glitch the thrice-delayed mission faces an 80 percent chance of being delayed by weather tomorrow, Kathy Winters – NASA's appropriately named shuttle weather officer – says.
If Discovery doesn't fly by Sunday it will have to wait until December 1 to try again.
I know that there are alot of factors that have to be considered when planning a launch, like the weather conditions here and at the other landing sites in other countries, but there has to be another reason for NASA delaying the final launch. I can't wait to see how robonaut does in this mission.