Shuttle Launch Problems

Hours before the shuttle was scheduled to launch Wednesday, NASA called it off. The culprit? A malfunction in a low-level fuel sensor inside the external tank. The space agency is still trying to figure out exactly what went wrong and how to fix it, and it still hasn't set a new launch date.

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Richard Harris, science correspondent, National Public Radio.

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