Wednesday, September 20, 2006

UFO Detected Near Space Shuttle Atlantis

Space Shuttle Atlantis
"UFO" delays space shuttle's return

By Rasha Madkour
The Associated Press/Seattle Times

     HOUSTON – NASA delayed the planned landing of space shuttle Atlantis by at least a day today after engineers spotted an object . . .

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UFO likely to be a Shim Stock

By Chris Bergin

     Shuttle Atlantis' return home has been moved back a day, until Thursday morning, due to poor weather at the Kennedy Space Center, and continued analysis by NASA managers/Tiger Team to ascertain what an Unidentified Falling Object (UFO) may be, after it was spotted near the orbiter.

Shuttle manager Wayne Hale believes the object is likely to be the Shim Stock, spotted by images taken from the International Space Station on Flight Day 3.

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UFO mystery stops shuttle return


     NASA delayed the landing of the space shuttle Atlantis for 24 hours yesterday after a mystery object was seen floating off into space from its cargo bay.

The UFO was spotted as the six-man crew tested the shuttle's jets in preparation for their return to Earth.

Engineers at mission control in Houston were worried because they did not know what the object was. A fresh inspection of the shuttle using its robotic arm may take place to alleviate concerns.

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Atlantis OK'd for Landing Despite Debris

The Associated Press

     HOUSTON -- NASA cleared space shuttle for a Thursday landing after finding that the orbiter appeared undamaged and concluding the discovery of unexplained space debris did not pose a serious problem.

Atlantis' six astronauts completed two inspections of the space shuttle Wednesday to make sure it wasn't damaged from the mysterious objects found floating outside the spacecraft. Landing was set for Thursday morning, a day later than originally scheduled.

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