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Shuttle Mission STS-124


STS-124: The astronauts review their mission highlights
Date: July 16, 2008
Duration: 51 min 3 sec
Space shuttle Discovery's flight to the space station in June 2008 delivered and attached the outpost's largest module -- the Kibo science laboratory built by Japan. The STS-124 astronauts recap the mission in this post-flight presentation.
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Launch pad 39A repairs underway
Date: July 9, 2008
Duration: 4 min 15 sec
Following the flame trench damage suffered during the STS-124 launch of shuttle Discovery, workers have begun the pad 39A repair efforts. This footage shot in early July shows additional bricks being removed in preparation for installation of a steel grid structure covered in Fondu Fyre.
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Damage at pad 39A
Date: June 16, 2008
Duration: 3 min 7 sec
NASA engineers are investigating the extensive damage to launch pad 39A that occurred during Discovery's May 31, 2008 launch on mission STS-124. Over 5000 bricks were ripped from the wall of the flame trench beneath the mobile service platform on which the shuttle stands.
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STS-124 Landing Replays: Commander Kelly turns on final approach
Date: June 15, 2008
Duration: 2 min 9 sec
This tracking camera shows space shuttle Discovery completing a 245-degree left turn to align with Runway 15 under the control of commander Mark Kelly. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-124 Landing: Crew news conference
Date: June 15, 2008
Duration: 21 min
The seven space shuttle Discovery astronauts hold their post-mission news conference at 4:25 p.m. EDT June 14 at the Kennedy Space Center Press Site, just five hours after returning from space.
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STS-124 Landing Replays: VAB roof
Date: June 15, 2008
Duration: 2 min 1 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-124 Landing Replays: Tower camera on west side of the runway
Date: June 15, 2008
Duration: 2 min 42 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-124 Landing Replays: Tower camera on east side of the runway
Date: June 15, 2008
Duration: 1 min 36 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-124 Landing Replays: Infrared
Date: June 14, 2008
Duration: 1 min 40 sec
An infrared tracking camera provides this unique footage of Discovery's return to Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility. The warmest parts of the shuttle are white; the coolest are dark.
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STS-124 Landing Replays: Runway north
Date: June 14, 2008
Duration: 1 min 9 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.
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STS-124 Landing: Touchdown!
Date: June 14, 2008
Duration: 2 min 55 sec
Space shuttle Discovery safely lands at 11:15 a.m. EDT June 14 at the Kennedy Space Center, concluding a two-week mission that delivered the Kibo science laboratory module to the space station.
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STS-124 Flight Day 14: The highlights
Date: June 14, 2008
Duration: 27 min 12 sec
This movie captures the video highlights from Flight Day 14 of the STS-124 mission of Discovery, the final full day in orbit for the astronauts and the space shuttle for this two-week flight.
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STS-124 Flight Day 14: Mission update
Date: June 13, 2008
Duration: 47 min 21 sec
Entry flight director Richard Jones and Management Team chairman LeRoy Cain brief reporters on preparations for Discovery's landing and the day's events in space.
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STS-124 Flight Day 14: Media interviews
Date: June 13, 2008
Duration: 16 min 5 sec
The seven space shuttle Discovery astronauts are interviewed by CBS News and WCBS Radio from the flight deck of the orbiter. They discuss their mission and the morning's sighting of an object floating away from the shuttle.
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STS-124 Flight Day 14: Houston gives astronauts report on object and tail
Date: June 13, 2008
Duration: 2 min 50 sec
CAPCOM astronaut Terry Virts in Mission Control calls the space shuttle Discovery crew to identify the object seen floating away from the spacecraft and the protrusion noted on the vertical tail.
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STS-124 Flight Day 14: Crew looks at tail
Date: June 13, 2008
Duration: 41 sec
The space shuttle Discovery astronauts called attention to this unexpected protrusion on the vertical tail fin that was noticed after the pre-landing aerosurface and thruster test.
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STS-124 Flight Day 14: Object spotted
Date: June 13, 2008
Duration: 36 sec
The Discovery astronauts recorded this brief footage of an apparent piece of debris floating away from the space shuttle after testing the flight controls and thrusters for re-entry.
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STS-124 Flight Day 13: The highlights
Date: June 12, 2008
Duration: 30 min 26 sec
This movie captures the video highlights from Flight Day 13 of the STS-124 mission of Discovery, largely an off duty day for the astronauts aboard the space shuttle.
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STS-124 Flight Day 13: Mission update
Date: June 12, 2008
Duration: 40 min 47 sec
Following the Mission Management Team meeting for Flight Day 13, chairman LeRoy Cain provides the status briefing for the day and also gives an update on the launch pad damage investigation.
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STS-124 Flight Day 12: The highlights
Date: June 11, 2008
Duration: 33 min 10 sec
Highlights from undocking day for space shuttle Discovery's STS-124 mission are packaged into this movie covering Flight Day 12. The shuttle departed the space station and then the crew conducted heat-shield inspections of the ship.
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