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OV-103 (cn OV-103) Rollover of the Orbiter "Discovery" under armed guard and snail pace. A special transport powered trailer is used for the short move from the OPF to the VAB (seen in background). She is on her way to pick up her fuel tank and solid rocket boosters for Return to Flight mission # 1.
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