After removing foam protection on Friday, technicians were scheduled to remove a suspect connector from Atlantis' external tank today.
The failed connector, which scrubbed launches on Dec. 6 and 9, will be sent away for testing. It provides readings from redundant low-fuel sensors in the bottom of the external tank and instruments that would shut down the shuttle's main engines before the turbopumps ran dry and flew apart.
The Connector has been removed and sent in to be tested. NASA has not announced another launch date yet.