The date for the last ever Space Shuttle flight has been pushed back to November, officials have said.
The delay will help provide enough time for scientists to adapt a $2 billion particle detector for the International Space Station. At this time there are only three more shuttle flights planned before the fleet is retired.
"NASA's last space shuttle mission will be delayed until November so scientists can adapt a $2 billion particle detector for an extended life aboard the International Space Station, officials said on Monday."
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