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This rare view on September 5 shows on adjacent Launch Complex 39 pads with the Rotating Service Structures retracted. The orbiter Columbia on Pad A [foreground] was being readied for a September 6 early morning launch on Mission STS-39, while it sister spaceship, the orbiter Discovery, was set to begin preparations for an October liftoff on Mission STS- 41.
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This rare view on September 5 shows on adjacent Launch Complex 39 pads with the Rotating Service Structures retracted. The orbiter Columbia on Pad A [foreground] was being readied for a September 6 early morning launch on Mission STS-39, while it sister spaceship, the orbiter Discovery, was set to begin preparations for an October liftoff on Mission STS- 41.
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