Cape Canaveral: NASA's space shuttle Endeavour is all set to be launched on Monday morning for its final voyage. The Mission managers gave their green light on Saturday for the ambitious project.

Forecasters put the odds of acceptable weather at 70 per cent.

Endeavour will fly to the International Space Station under the command of astronaut Mark Kelly, the husband of recuperating US Rep. Gabrielle Giffords who will be at Cape Canaveral for this second launch attempt.

Late last month, an electrical problem in Endeavour's engine compartment halted the initial countdown. A switch box and faulty thermostat were replaced.

Six veteran spacemen are assigned to the 16-day flight.

After this only one other shuttle mission remains. Atlantis will soar one last time in July.

(Agencies)