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McDONNELL DOUGLAS POSTPONES MAY 11 SATELLITE LAUNCH

 McDONNELL DOUGLAS POSTPONES MAY 11 SATELLITE LAUNCH
 The Palapa B4 satellite launch by a McDonnell Douglas Delta launch


vehicle originally scheduled for May 11, has been postponed to no earlier than May 13 because of a problem with the interior bridge crane.
 The crane is needed for fairing installation. Actions are being initiated to make the necessary repairs. A new advisory will be released when a new launch date is selected.
 CONTACT: Sheila Carter of McDonnell Douglas, 714-896-1302.
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