NASA Preps Shuttle for California Landing

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Maria Carl points to a radar screen which shows bad weather off Florida.

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Maria Carl (R), flanked by NASA Public Affairs Officer Dave Drachlis, points to a radar screen which shows rainclouds near Florida's Kennedy Space Center. Reuters hide caption

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Storms along the Florida coast cause more problems for NASA officials planning Discovery's return from a 14-day mission to the international space station. The space shuttle will now try to land at Edwards Air Force Base in California at 8:12 ET.

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