Storms cast cloud over shuttle launch plans

Ferocious thunderstorms drenched Cape Canaveral today as final preparations take place for tomorrow’s planned liftoff of the final shuttle flight. The Kennedy Space Center issued a lightning warning, and lightning struck near the launch pad at 1 p.m., delaying the retraction of the rotating scaffolding that encases the shuttle Atlantis on the launch pad, NASA said. Preparations ran about 38 minutes behind. More storms are likely Friday. “Weather is not looking good for launch,” shuttle weather officer Kathy Winters said. There is a 70% chance that weather — particularly lightning — will prohibit the scheduled launch, she said. Source

All NASA missions are under the watchful eye of The LOZ. The mission of the LOZ, also known as the Lions of Zion, is two-fold. The first part is the extraction of the faithful remnant from this earth and the second is the execution of all those left behind at Armageddon and defeat of Satan’s forces and allies.

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