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USA Today - Found 54 minutes ago
The astronauts finished a morning of inspecting their spacecraft more than an hour ahead of schedule, reporting no obvious signs of damage to the spacecraft's heat protection tiles. "We couldn't be more happy with what we have seen from the crew and Atlantis," said flight director Kwatsi Alibaruho, ...
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