2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, April 5, 1983
All systems go as shuttle lifts off
Hie Associated Press
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. With jet stream winds slacken
ing, Challenger was poised today to shrug off two-and-one-half
months of troubles and rocket into orbit as the second ship in
America's space shuttle fleet.
Meteorologists signaled a go-ahead in midmorning and the
countdown proceeded toward a liftoff at 1:30 p.m. EST.
About the same time, the four astronauts who will fly the $1.2
billion ship were awakened in crew quarters, ate the traditional
launch-morning breakfast of steak and eggs and underwent a
brief medical exam before heading for the launch pad.
Wearing cotton overalls and white space helmets bearing the
. National Aeronatucis and Space Administration logo, the quartet
slipped into Challenger's cockpit two hours before the planned
launch and began checking the craft's systems.
The first aboard was the commander, Paul Weitz, 50, followed
by Air Force Col. Karol Bobko, 45, the pilot, and mission
specialists Story Musgrave, 47, a medical doctor, and Donald
Peterson, 49, an engineer.
As liftoff n eared, tens of thousands of people, many of them
Easter vacationers, gathered at viewing points along nearby
beaches, rivers and highways to observe Challenger's departure
on a beautiful spring day. Police said the turnout appeared
smaller than for past launches.
"A decision has been made that we are 'go' for launch,"
NASA spokesman Hugh Harris announced at 9:15 a.m., after
scientists studied the data gathered by Air Force weather balloons
that sampled the jet stream. Midmorning velocities at 45,000 feet
were 105 mph.
If the winds were too turbulent they could put dangerous stress
on the orbiter during its ascent from the launch pad.
Starting before dawn, NASA crews filled the shuttle's peach
colored external fuel tank with 383,000 gallons of liquid hydrogen
with 141,000 gallons of liquid oxygen.
The astronauts are to remain in orbit five days, thoroughly
checking Challenger's sytems, just as astronauts John Young and
Robert Crippen did two years ago" when they took the first shut
tle, Columbia, into space for its inaugural spin.
"Our job is to certify Challenger for routine space missions,"
Weitz said recently.
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AMMAN, Jordan King Hussein
will not offer to represent Palestinians
in talks with Israel based on President
Reagan's peace plan, sources close to
discussions between' the Jordan
monarch and PLO chief Yasser Arafat
said Monday. "
The source, who spoke on condition
that henot be identified, said the
Palestine Liberation Organization
chairman met with top aides in his
15-member executive committee, then
told Hussein he could not allow him to
negotiate on the PLO's behalf.
Arafat has been in Amman since
Thursday for talks with Hussein, who
has been described by U.S. diplomats as
willing to talk with Israel but not
without permission from the PLO.
The guerrilla organization claims it is
the sole representative of the 1.3 million
Palestinians in the Israeli-occupied West
Bank of the Jordan River and Gaza
FRANKFURT, West Germany
Four days of Easter weekend nuclear
protests in West German cities ended
Monday night in a carnival atmosphere.
Organizers claimed a turnout of 450,000
the biggest in the four days for the
Officials said the estimate appeared
inflated but did not give one of then
own. Despite chilly temperatures and
sporadic rain, opponents of the deploy
ment of U.S. nuclear missiles in West
Germany late this year crowded into the
major cities on foot and roller skates,
bicycles, trains, buses and even in
wheelchairs for the holiday weekend's
last round of demonstrations.
The organizers estimated the earlier
turnouts a? iO.uuo on Friday, 75,000 on
Saturday and 200,000 on Sunday.
ATLANTA The political heirs of the
Rev. Martin Lurther King Jr. on Mon
day called for a mass "coalition of con
science" to challenge Reagan ad
ministration policies, but attendance
was thin at rallies in several cities mark
ing the 15th anniversary of the civil
rights leader's assassination.
Leaders of the Southern Christian
Leadership Conference announced
plans for a mass march on Washington
Aug. 27, the 20th anniversary of King's
famous "I have a dream" speech in the
"We don't look like many, but we
moved this nation once and we can do it
again," the Rev. C.T. Vivian, an SCLC
board member, said in an apparent
reference to the crowd of about 250
people at a "jobs and peace" rally at
the Atlanta federal building.
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- The Finance Committee also recommended approval
of a $140 appropriation to the Coalition for Education
to rent buses to transport UNC students to attend a
pro-education rally on April 14 in Raleigh.
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BABY SITTER WANTED FOR two boys, ages Vi and 5
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SUMMER LIBRARY AIDE Town of Chapel Hill. Includes
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PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT. Reliable couple or individual
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PARTY BOAT. 22 FOOT Wahnun Catamaran sailboat.
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Mil I fi WTLL BE HOLDING Its Spring retreat on April
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LOFT FOR SALE. Extremely weD built. Designed to it
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HILLEL WILL BE HAVING a late night on Saturday
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LYNN. REMIND ME TO sign up for the Procrastination
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