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Shuttle Mission STS-119


STS-119: The astronauts review their mission highlights
Date: May 1, 2009
Duration: 42 min 11 sec
Shuttle Discovery performed an orbital construction mission in March 2009 that installed the final section of the space station's truss structure, unfurled two giant solar wings that finished assembly of the outpost's electrical grid and boosted the international science laboratories to full power. The STS-119 astronauts recap the mission in this post-flight presentation.
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STS-119: Astronauts return to Houston
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 5 min
A day after their landing at the Kennedy Space Center, the seven astronauts traveled back to their home base in Houston. A welcoming ceremony was held at Ellington Field for family, friends and the public.
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STS-119: Shuttle Discovery to be readied for mission STS-128
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 8 min 23 sec
Ground crews carefully pull shuttle Discovery into the Orbiter Processing Facility hangar as the spacecraft finishes its STS-119 mission and begins the multi-month campaign to get ready for STS-128 in the summer.
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STS-119: Tow back to the hangar
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 6 min 25 sec
Space shuttle Discovery is towed from the Kennedy Space Center runway back to its Orbiter Processing Facility hangar a few hours after landing to conclude STS-119.
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STS-119 Landing Replays: Inside Mission Control with the entry team
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 8 min 25 sec
Go behind the scenes in the Mission Control Center during space shuttle Discovery's return to Earth. This footage shows the entry flight control team at work, led by flight director Richard Jones and CAPCOM George Zamka, and includes the team's communications audio channel.
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STS-119 Landing Replays: Runway north
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 1 min 1 sec
A camera positioned on the northern end of Kennedy Space Center's three-mile Shuttle Landing Facility runway shows Discovery soaring overhead and touching down on Runway 15. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-119 Landing Replays: Tower camera on east side of the runway
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 1 min 43 sec
Shuttle Discovery's homecoming at Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility as seen from the tower camera located on the eastern side on the runway. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-119 Landing Replays: Tower camera on west side of the runway
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 1 min 48 sec
Discovery's homecoming at Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility as seen from the tower camera located on the western side on the runway. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-119 Landing Replays: VAB roof
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 1 min 35 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-119 Landing Replays: Mid-field
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 1 min 45 sec
From a viewing spot at the middle point of the 15,000-foot long Shuttle Landing Facility runway, this video shows Discovery touching down. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-119 Landing Replays: Infrared
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 1 min 42 sec
An infrared tracking camera provides this unique footage of Discovery's return to Kennedy Space Center. The warmest parts of the shuttle are white; the coolest are dark. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-119 Landing Replays: IR tracker
Date: March 29, 2009
Duration: 58 sec
An infrared tracking camera provides this unique footage of space shuttle Discovery's sweeping left-overhead turn to align with the Kennedy Space Center runway.
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STS-119 Landing Day: Astronauts hold press conference after landing
Date: March 28, 2009
Duration: 13 min 26 sec
Five members of space shuttle Discovery's STS-119 crew participate in the post-flight news conference from the Kennedy Space Center at 7:15 p.m., just four hours after landing.
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STS-119 Landing Day: News briefing
Date: March 28, 2009
Duration: 26 min 21 sec
NASA's chief for space operations, the Mission Management Team chairman and the shuttle launch director hold the post-landing press conference at the Kennedy Space Center.
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STS-119 Landing Day: Astronauts examine spacecraft on the runway
Date: March 28, 2009
Duration: 12 min 55 sec
Six of the seven astronauts leave the Crew Transport Vehicle for the traditional walkaround inspection of the the space shuttle Discovery on the runway. The commander then makes a few comments.
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STS-119 Landing Day: Welcome home!
Date: March 28, 2009
Duration: 6 min 42 sec
Shuttle Discovery and crew safely return from their orbital construction mission that installed the final section of the space station's truss structure, unfurled two giant solar wings that finished assembly of the outpost's electrical grid and boosted the international science laboratories to full power.
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STS-119 Landing Day: Go for the burn!
Date: March 28, 2009
Duration: 4 min 53 sec
With improving weather conditions at the Kennedy Space Center landing site, Mission Control gives the space shuttle Discovery astronauts a "go" perform the deorbit burn.
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STS-119 Landing Day: Wave off
Date: March 28, 2009
Duration: 7 min 32 sec
CAPCOM astronaut George Zamka in Mission Control sends word the space shuttle Discovery crew that the first landing opportunity would be cancelled due to weather concerns.
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STS-119 Flight Day 13: The highlights
Date: March 28, 2009
Duration: 34 min 43 sec
This movie shows the video highlights from the final full day in orbit for space shuttle Discovery's STS-119 mission. The astronauts tested re-entry systems and prepared for landing.
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STS-119 Flight Day 13: Status briefing
Date: March 27, 2009
Duration: 18 min 1 sec
Entry flight director Richard Jones previews shuttle Discovery's deorbit and landing opportunities to bring the STS-119 mission to conclusion during the Mission Status Briefing for Flight Day 13 at 4 p.m. EDT.
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