Official Tweets from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.
The Final Inspection Team checks Endeavour for signs of ice or debris
Endeavour's hatch is closed by members of the closeout crew
The view from the Kennedy press site: Launch Pad 39A and the famous countdown clock.
STS-127 Crew Walkout
Shuttle Endeavour is framed by a windsock at Kennedy's Launch Pad 39A awaiting launch on the STS-127 mission. #fb
Storm clouds approach Kennedy's Launch Pad 39A as space shuttle Endeavour awaits liftoff on the STS-127 mission on July 10. #fb
A lightning strike at Launch Pad 39A during Friday's thunderstorm.
Cmdr Mark Polansky is flanked by his STS-127 crewmates after the astronauts arrived at Kennedy to prepare for their upcoming launch.#fb
The rotating service structure encases shuttle Endeavour for protection against the elements until launch day.
On Kennedy's Pad 39A, workers prepare to remove the quick disconnect on the GUCP on space shuttle Endeavour's external fuel tank.
A Delta IV rocket with the GOES-O satellite aboard lifted off at 6:51 p.m. EDT 6/27/09 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. #fb
The mobile service tower on LC 37 at CCAFS has been removed from around a Delta IV rocket as preparations continue to launch the GOES-O satellite.#fb
The GOES-O satellite perched atop a Delta IV rocket is ready for launch. #fb
At Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in FL the GOES-O satellite has been lifted into the mobile service tower and mated with the Delta IV rocket. #fb
The Atlas V rocket with NASA's LRO & LCROSS spacecrafts are on the pad at LC 41 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in FL. #fb
Endeavour's external tank fuel line. #fb
T-3 hours and holding
Rays of light frame space shuttle Endeavour in this unusual angle.
Space shuttle Endeavour awaits launch during fueling operations.
After rollback of the RSS, Endeavour is closer to launch. The White Room is seen at the end of the orbiter access arm. #fb
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