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Shuttle Mission STS-115


STS-115 landing: Back to the hangar
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 2 min 36 sec
After its safe landing to end mission STS-115, space shuttle Atlantis is towed from the Kennedy Space Center runway to hangar 1 of the Orbiter Processing Facility for post-flight deservicing and the start of preparations leading to its next mission, STS-117.
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STS-115 post-landing news briefing
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 46 min 1 sec
NASA Administrator Mike Griffin, space operations deputy chief Lynn Cline, integration manager LeRoy Cain and launch director Mike Leinbach give this briefing from Kennedy Space Center following Atlantis' landing to talk about the mission, the challenges ahead with the next flights and a possible Hubble servicing.
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STS-115 landing: All aboard the AstroVan
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 1 min 1 sec
The six Atlantis astronauts board the AstroVan for the ride from the runway to crew quarters where they can be reunited with their family members and have some dinner.
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STS-115 landing: Crew inspects Atlantis
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 1 min 15 sec
Members of the space shuttle Atlantis astronaut crew make the traditional post-landing walkaround inspection of the orbiter on the runway and talk with Kennedy Space Center employees.
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STS-115 landing: Crew welcomed back
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 1 min 19 sec
The six shuttle Atlantis astronauts emerge from the Crew Transport Vehicle on the runway and are greeted by a flock of NASA leaders led by Administrator Mike Griffin.
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STS-115 landing: NASA leaders examine Atlantis on the runway
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 1 min 29 sec
Senior NASA management, including Administrator Mike Griffin, shuttle launch director Mike Leinbach and Kennedy Space Center officials, examine space shuttle Atlantis on the runway.
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STS-115 landing: Sun rises on Atlantis
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 3 min 23 sec
A half-hour after landing at Kennedy Space Center to complete STS-115, the sun began to rise over space shuttle Atlantis sitting on the spaceport's Runway 33.
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STS-115 landing: Natural sound
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 44 sec
A videographer next to the Shuttle Landing Facility runway captured this footage of touchdown. It includes the natural sounds of Atlantis' return and not public affairs commentary.
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STS-115 landing: Runway mid-point
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 1 min 1 sec
From a viewing spot at the middle point of the 15,000-foot long Shuttle Landing Facility runway, this video shows Atlantis touching down to conclude mission STS-115. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-115 landing: VAB Roof
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 47 sec
From atop the 52-story Vehicle Assembly Building located southeast of the Shuttle Landing Facility, this video was recorded by a public affairs camera. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-115 landing: Runway South
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 25 sec
A camera positioned on the southern end of Kennedy Space Center's three-mile Shuttle Landing Facility runway shows Atlantis soaring overhead and touching down. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-115 landing: Touchdown of Atlantis
Date: September 21, 2006
Duration: 2 min 9 sec
Space shuttle Atlantis glides to a smooth touchdown on Kennedy Space Center's Runway 33 at 6:21 a.m. to conclude the successful STS-115 mission that restarted construction of the space station.
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STS-115 flight day 12: Atlantis cleared
Date: September 20, 2006
Duration: 27 min 41 sec
Space shuttle program manager Wayne Hale, following the management team meeting to review the inspection results, announced that Atlantis has been cleared for entry and landing.
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STS-115 flight day 12: Status briefing
Date: September 20, 2006
Duration: 11 min
Atlantis entry flight director Steve Stich and mission lead flight director Paul Dye give this update on the progress of additional shuttle inspections after the mystery object episode.
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STS-115 flight day 11: Inspection plan
Date: September 19, 2006
Duration: 31 min 15 sec
In response to spotting the mystery object, the Mission Management Team decides to order more inspections of Atlantis' to ensure the heat shield isn't damaged. Shuttle program manager Wayne Hale explains the plan in this evening briefing from flight day 11, Sept. 19.
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STS-115 flight day 11: Initial briefing by shuttle program manager
Date: September 19, 2006
Duration: 27 min 58 sec
Space shuttle program manager Wayne Hale gives this initial briefing on the mystery object and the decision to delay Atlantis' return to Earth during a news conference from Johnson Space Center at 12 noon EDT.
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STS-115 flight day 11: Landing delayed
Date: September 19, 2006
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
Astronaut CAPCOM Terry Virts calls Atlantis commander Brent Jett with news that the shuttle would remain in space an extra day to allow further analysis of the mystery object and possible orbiter inspections.
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STS-115 flight day 11: Mystery object seen alongside shuttle Atlantis
Date: September 19, 2006
Duration: 3 min 46 sec
Cameras in the payload bay sight a mystery object flying alongside the space shuttle Atlantis. This video prompted ground controllers to delay some landing preparations.
Mystery object
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STS-115 flight day 11: Mission control informs crew of mystery object
Date: September 19, 2006
Duration: 2 min 28 sec
Mission control's Terry Virts informs Atlantis commander Brent Jett that some landing preparations will be postponed while flight controllers investigate a mystery object sighted in television views, floating alongside the shuttle.
Shuttle told of mystery object
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STS-115 flight day 11: Three-spacecraft chat
Date: September 19, 2006
Duration: 17 min 22 sec
Crew members aboard shuttle Atlantis, the International Space Station and Russian Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft have a unique three-way phone call as their vehicles orbit separately around Earth.
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