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3:35am on Wednesday the 22nd of May
SHUTTLE LAUNCH DELAYED AGAIN - 4 PASSENGERS STUCK AT AIRPORT
- NASA postponed the launch of space shuttle Atlantis by at least another day after discovering a problem with its electrical power system early Wednesday.


The fueling of the external tank had yet to start when a coolant pump that chills the system used to generate electricity on Atlantis gave an erratic reading. The electrical system is made up of three fuel cells.
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As far as I know, space shuttles do not have manuals in case they break down. So as a Daily Gut exclusive, here are the six things you need to know in case it ever happens to you:

-Only stop or pull over if you think it's an emergency - then float to a safe place away from other traffic. But don't ever stop because you have to go to the toilet or check a map. That's dangerous, especially at night (which is all the time).

-always leave your sidelights on, and use your flashers. Do not roll down your window, even if you think it's safe. If you have a reflective jacket, wear it. If you are traveling with a test chimp - make sure he or she is caged and well-hydrated.

-Do not try to make it home if you think something is broken. You will only create more damage to the vehicle and your insurance will not cover it.

-Even though you are an astronaut, do not attempt even simple repairs. And if you must use a mobile phone make sure you can describe your location. Don't simply say, "outer space." Use landmarks: stars, planets and stuff like that.

-Do not put a warning triangle or flare outside. It will just float away.

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