Follow the LIVE online launch of NASA STS-128 mission to the International Space Station on Space Shuttle Discovery in HD. Don’t miss out as the crew of STS-128 mission which includes seven astronauts make their way for the liftoff from Pad 39a at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The launch attempt for space shuttle Discovery was called off on early Tuesday morning citing poor weather conditions in the area. The team will now make another attempt on Wednesday morning(August 26th) at 1:10 a.m. EDT (click here to see what time it is in your region).
The STS-128 mission is on a 13-day trip to International Space Station for crew rotation, installation of Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module and to stock the International Space Station with food, spare parts and laboratory gear.
UPDATE (28th August 2009): The countdown for launch has entered its last pause tonight as all remains on schedule for space shuttle Discovery to fly into orbit at 11:59 EDT. The weather is forecast "go" and the launch team is not working any technical issues. You can watch the launch LIVE from the video embedded above.