"CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - NASA scrubbed its launch of an unmanned spacecraft on a nine-year voyage to Pluto for the second day Wednesday, but this time the weather in Maryland was to blame.
A storm in Laurel, Md., knocked out power at the John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, which is managing operations of the New Horizons spacecraft.
A decision on whether to try for a Thursday launch depended on whether backup power could be restored at the Maryland facility. That decision would be made late Wednesday, said Alan Stern, the mission’s principal investigator."
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Another fine meal from Denny's though.
Cheesecake with Cherry topping and whipped cream.
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