Space Shuttle Atlantis is scheduled to lift off at 4:30 p.m. ET Sunday on the first mission in nearly four years devoted to finishing the station, an orbiting laboratory for scientific studies. NASA put construction of the half-built facility on hold after shuttle Columbia came apart in flight in 2003, killing seven astronauts.
This is the part that concerns me:
"All's we need is a little good weather on Sunday, and we'll be outta here," Atlantis commander Brent Jett said.
"All's we need? We'll be outta here?" Let's hope that leadership is his strong point and communication is a growth area.