Well, if you weren't around on Saturday (or Sunday) and missed the riveting coverage of the Shuttle launch by HDNet, the weather gods have given you a second chance. The shuttle was suppose to launch on Saturday afternoon but it was delayed due to weather. HDNet had set up 14 high-def cameras and were broadcasting all the different sites and sounds of the launch. Greg Dobbs never seemed to run out of things to talk about ether during the pre-launch phase but we wonder what he is going to talk about a second time through. To be honest, it is kind of boring and high up on the nerdy scale but there were some really pretty shots of the area. Plus, what else are you going to watch on Tuesday morning in high-def?

The coverage starts again at 10:00 a.m. this morning with the shuttle scheduled to launch at 2:30 p.m. if the weather holds off.

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HDNet's coverage of the Space Shuttle launch [Take 3]