On Wednesday NASA scrubbed the launch of the Discovery Space Shuttle, due to a fault in a fuel sensor. The Shuttle may go for launch towards the end of the week, but that is looking dubious and the launch may be postponed until September. These are some of the images I was able to get, the obvious money shot is missing. It is my hope that the mission will continue to be delayed until September, when I will have a chance to return. --A Ken Cockell, the launch clock and STS 114 in the background Discovery on the pad. The temperature was unbelievable, around 120º in the parking lot. You can see the heat waves rising off the pond in this image. The Vehicle Assembly building and a sea of press satellite dishes. A cameramen during one of the frequent showers we had on Wednesday. The crew returning from the scrubbed launch. The Press Room A final shot of Discovery.