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how about an updated mtd file for jplclock



how about an updated mtd file for jplclock?
sts-90 is a go for launch with the successful swap out
of the processor. 
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Brandon S. Sluder
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CURRENT MISSION: STS-90 - NEUROLAB

VEHICLE: Columbia/OV-102        
LOCATION: Pad 39B 
TARGET KSC LAUNCH DATE/TIME: April 16, 1998 at 2:19 p.m. EDT
LAUNCH WINDOW:  2 hours, 30 minutes
*TARGET KSC LANDING DATE/TIME: May 3 at 11:07 a.m. EDT
*EXPECTED MISSION DURATION: 16 days, 21 hours, 48 minutes
CREW: Searfoss, Altman, Linnehan, Williams, Hire, Buckey, Pawelczyk
ORBITAL ALTITUDE and INCLINATION: 150 nautical miles/ 39 degrees
Shuttle managers this morning decided to delay the launch of STS-90
                     due to a failure of one of two network signal processors on board
                     Columbia. The mission management team is currently meeting to assess
                     options and plans to announce a plan of action at 9:30 a.m. CDT. 

                     The network signal processor is one of two devices located on the
                     middeck that route data and communications between the shuttle and
                     the ground. The replacement of this signal processor is expected to take
                     eight hours and is anticipated to delay the launch until at least Friday
                     afternoon. 

                     Current weather forecasts continue to indicate favorable conditions for a
                     launch through tomorrow. 



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