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Monday, July 25, 2005
And now here's something we hope you really like...

Wednesday, July 27, 2005
Heat tiles are the new black...

Friday, July 29, 2005
It doesn't even have a running wheel...

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July 25, 2005: Kepler: The shuttle countdown has started again. Mitch: Think they'll make it to launch? Bullwinkle: This time for sure! Kepler: Well, up until a second ago I was pretty confident. Bullwinkle: Boosters at 104 percent? I don't know my own strength! July 27, 2005: Kepler: The shuttle was launched successfully! Mitch: So, now what? Kepler: Now they perform a rigorous inspection to make sure there was nothing damaged during the takeoff. Mitch: How do they do that? Shuttle passengers (shuttle's robot arm holds up a big mirror): Do you think these new heat tiles make us look fat? July 29, 2005: Kepler: If there's damage to the protective heat shield, the shuttle crew might have to stay in space indefinitely! Trapped in space! What would they do? Where-- (phone rings) Skip: Hello? Why, yes. We do have vacancies! C'mon over! Kepler: Why can't they stay in their own space station? Skip: Dude, the I.S.S. is a Habitrail! Boring!