We’d all met up in the parking lot in Merritt Island, Florida, met up with SSEP communities from across the country, put a face to Dr. Goldstein, caravanned out to the Kars Park viewing site and staked out our launch viewing territory when the launch attempt was scrubbed. Continuing to make history, this was the first time the astronaut crew traveling in the silver Airstream was turned around on their way to the launch pad and sent back to the Kennedy Space Center Crew Quarters. As the day went on, it became apparent that the repair would take more than a day or two.
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