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Endeavour launch scrubbed for fourth time
Florida weather refuses to play ball
NASA today scrubbed the launch of space shuttle Endeavour for the fourth time, citing inclement weather at Kennedy Space Center.
The agency reports: "Cumulus clouds and lightning violated rules for launching Endeavour because of weather near the Shuttle Landing Facility. The runway would be needed in the unlikely event that Endeavour would have to make an emergency landing back at Kennedy."
NASA says the next launch opportunity is at 22:51 GMT tomorrow (Monday).