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    http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html

    9 minutes to take-off.
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    going to get some popcorn....
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    T - 9mins. 40 minutes to go.
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    Ah, I can't see anything, just a white box with a red X =|
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    (Original post by somethingbeautiful)
    Ah, I can't see anything, just a white box with a red X =|
    Try save this to your computer then open it?

    http://www.nasa.gov/55644main_NASATV_Windows.asx

    No-go for launch atm...
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    AAHH bad weather forecast!
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    I think they just restarted the countdown.
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    (Original post by Tom Wigan)
    AAHH bad weather forecast!
    Clouds within a 20 mile radius.

    If they tried to do this in the UK, we will never send something to space.

    Also, I think we're too far north to get a good enough acceleration from the Earth.
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    Reckon this thing will launch? I cant see the weather sorting itself out in the launch window.
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    (Original post by DeeDub)
    I think they just restarted the countdown.
    Launch is meant to be at 0:13 - they keep the countdown at 9 minutes until 0:04 (or they abort or delay or something)
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    (Original post by TheTallOne)
    Try save this to your computer then open it?

    http://www.nasa.gov/55644main_NASATV_Windows.asx

    No-go for launch atm...
    I had some kind of 'active x' block on my PC, just allowed it through.
    Thank you for helping though :thumbsup:
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    Those dark clouds arent looking too good.
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    (Original post by Tom Wigan)
    http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html

    9 minutes to take-off.
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    21 minutes
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    (Original post by TheTallOne)
    Launch is meant to be at 0:13 - they keep the countdown at 9 minutes until 0:04 (or they abort or delay or something)
    Yup the guy just said 7.13 and 54 seconds. Hopefully the weather holds.
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    (Original post by obessedwithu&rockmusic)
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    21 minutes
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    27 minutes
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    (Original post by TheTallOne)
    Clouds within a 20 mile radius.

    If they tried to do this in the UK, we will never send something to space.Also, I think we're too far north to get a good enough acceleration from the Earth.
    Agreed I'm pretty sure they would abandon everything when 'its spitting' they will send everyone in like a childrans playground.
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    *is watching* So glad I found this thread.
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    (Original post by TheTallOne)
    :naughty:

    27 minutes
    :naughty:

    18 minutes

    i bet you :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by TheTallOne)
    Also, I think we're too far north to get a good enough acceleration from the Earth.
    Eh?
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    He just said 12 minutes, however they are still monitoring the storm which seems to be approaching the station O___O
    I soo hope it launches tonight.
 
 
 
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