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Final launch for NASA most likely to be postponed

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Tomorrow will mark what is supposed to be the end of NASA’s shuttle program. Samantha Taub spoke with CBS Correspondeent Peter King about the shuttle Atlantis’ final launch and what is next to come. King says despite efforts to take off tomorrow, certain conditions could postpone the final flight a few more days.

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