The postponement also will give NASA extra time to fix minor damage that passing storms last week did to the protective foam on the shuttle's external fuel tank. The damage was found on Saturday when technicians and engineers inspected the spacecraft.
So guys, why the hell is there minor damage to the external fuel tank in the first place? Secondly what the fuck is a passing storm going to do that the vacuum of space can't? You can thank Obama for cutting NASA's budget and spreading it out, and possibly saving countless more.