Just a note, the last time I checked, NASA had closed the viewing areas for shuttle launches due to 9/11. We had passes to see a night launch last February, but NASA contacted us and told us the viewing areas had been closed to the public.
NASA also won't publish the launch dates/times any more, just the launch weeks (or it may be they'll say the date but not the time, I forget which window it is). I'm not allowed to say, either, though I know what the next schedule is supposed to be. Otherwise I'd answer this with a date/time. It's for security reasons since 9/11.
I can say that there won't be a launch for a little while, though. What Elaine found is correct.
Launch date, no time I believe. That is my understanding anyway. And now that I think about it the repairs have been made and Atlantis is pretty much ready, but there are problems with the crawler that takes the oribiter to the pad, thus the ifyness.
There is a ROCKET "Atlas V Hotbird" being launched August 21st
The shuttle launches had been cancelled due to some technical difficulties that were a danger to them, so no launches all summer. I was disappointed, there was previously a launch for July 19 that I was planning on seeing, oh well. The date is posted when they schedule it...it's just the actual time they won't announce until last minute. I always check www.kennedyspacecenter.com where they sell the viewing packages.