The STS-130 crew is now scheduled to depart the International Space Station with their space shuttle Endeavour on late Friday (February 19, 2010).
They will land back at the Kennedy Space Center two days later, on Sunday night.
The next flight of the space shuttle program is NASA mission STS-131, which has been delayed to April 5, 2010, for its launch from the Kennedy Space Center (KSC).
The preparation work to ready the space shuttle Discovery and its cargo and payload has been delayed at KSC to unusually cold weather in central Florida.
Only four more flights of the space shuttle program are left.