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Shuttle Mission STS-131


STS-131: The astronauts review their mission highlights
Date: July 17, 2010
Duration: 53 min
Discovery's April 2010 trek to the International Space Station brought literally tons of new research equipment, life-supporting provisions and spare hardware to stock the shelves of the orbiting outpost. The STS-131 astronauts recap the mission in this post-flight presentation.
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STS-131 postflight deservicing: OMS pod
Date: June 4, 2010
Duration: 8 min 11 sec
The right-side Orbital Maneuvering System engine pod is removed from the space shuttle Discovery so workers can replace a troublesome helium isolation valve before the next mission.
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STS-131 postflight deservicing: Engines
Date: May 7, 2010
Duration: 6 min 18 sec
Space shuttle Discovery's three liquid hydrogen-fueled main engines are removed from the orbiter after the STS-131 flight and taken to the refurbishment shop in preparation for future use.
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STS-131 postflight deservicing: OBSS
Date: April 27, 2010
Duration: 4 min 5 sec
The Orbiter Boom Sensor System flown aboard space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 flight is removed from the payload bay. The OBSS features an inspection package to check the shuttle's heat shield for damage while in space.
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STS-133: Leonardo back from latest trip
Date: April 25, 2010
Duration: 10 min 37 sec
The Leonardo reusable cargo module is removed from the payload bay of space shuttle Discovery after the STS-131 mission to be modified for its upcoming one-way trip to the space station as the new Permanent Logistics Module.
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STS-131: Comments from the astronauts
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 5 min 16 sec
The seven space shuttle Discovery astronauts make brief remarks from the Kennedy Space Center runway after their safe return to Earth.
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STS-131: Astronauts inspect the shuttle
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 11 min 29 sec
The seven astronauts exit the Crew Transport Vehicle for the traditional walkaround look at the space shuttle Discovery on the runway after landing.
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STS-131: Post-landing news conference
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 23 min 57 sec
NASA's pre-launch Mission Management Team chairman, the STS-131 launch director and executive director of Japan's space agency hold the post-landing press conference at Kennedy Space Center.
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STS-131 landing: Inside Mission Control
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 15 min 39 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 Bryan Lunney with CAPCOM Rick Sturckow, and includes the team's communications audio channel.
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STS-131: Landing as seen live
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 10 min 18 sec
Space shuttle Discovery returns home to the Kennedy Space Center at 9:08 a.m. EDT to complete its 15-day mission that stock the shelves of the International Space Station.
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STS-131 Landing Replays: VAB roof
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 2 min 12 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-131 Landing Replays: KSC tracker
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 1 min 51 sec
The space shuttle Discovery descends toward Kennedy Space Center's Runway 33 for landing to conclude the 15-day STS-131 flight to the space station. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-131 Landing Replays: Patrick AFB
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 2 min 12 sec
A powerful tracking camera located at Patrick Air Force Base, well south of the Kennedy Space Center, watches shuttle Discovery line up with the runway. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-131 Landing Replays: Runway east
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 1 min 30 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-131 Landing Replays: Runway west
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 1 min 38 sec
Shuttle 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-131 Landing Replays: Mid-field
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 1 min 28 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-131 Landing Replays: Runway north
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 1 min 46 sec
A camera positioned on the northern end of Kennedy Space Center's three-mile Shuttle Landing Facility runway shows Discovery rolling down Runway 33. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-131 Landing Replays: Runway south
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
A camera positioned on the southern edge of Kennedy Space Center's Runway 33 shows space shuttle Discovery soaring overhead and then touching down. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-131 Landing Replays: Runway edge
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 1 min 22 sec
Commander Alan Poindexter guides space shuttle Discovery to its tire-smoking landing at Kennedy Space Center. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-131 Flight Day 16: Mission Control gives the "go" for the deorbit burn!
Date: April 20, 2010
Duration: 5 min 26 sec
After waiting an extra day and one additional orbit, the weather conditions at the Kennedy Space Center are going to cooperate for landing the space shuttle. Mission Control gives final approval for Discovery to perform the deorbit burn.
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