Cape Canaveral: A tropical storm forced the delay of the US space agency's launch of a pair of satellites to Earth's harsh radiation belts, just four minutes before the rockets fired.
The countdown was halted early on Saturday for the second time in as many days.
NASA initially said it would try again on Sunday. But with Tropical Storm Isaac bearing toward Florida, launch managers decided to move the unmanned Atlas V rocket back into its hangar until the storm passed.
They're aiming for a Thursday launch....more
10:35 PM, Aug 25, 2012