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June 15, 1989

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration unveiled a revised shuttle launch schedule, formally pushing the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope into 1990 and cutting the 1989 flight schedule by one mission. As expected, the new shuttle schedule lists six flights in 1989, nine flights in 1990, eight in 1991, 12 in 1992, including the first flight of the new shuttle Endeavour, and 14 in 1993.

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