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NASA's Dawn probe


Dawn: Presentation of new Vesta images
Date: August 1, 2011
Duration: 58 min 35 sec
NASA's Dawn spacecraft now in orbit around the asteroid Vesta is studying the second largest body in the rubble-strewn belt between Mars and Jupiter in unprecedented detail.
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Dawn: Full launch experience
Date: September 29, 2007
Duration: 17 min 5 sec
This long-length movie captures the thrill of the Delta 2 launch carrying Dawn. As the countdown resumes from the T-minus 4 minute hold, watch as the ULA launch team readies the rocket for liftoff. The video takes you through the arrival in orbit when the second stage engine completes its initial firing about 9 minutes into flight.
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Dawn: Launch replay from Trident Bluff
Date: September 29, 2007
Duration: 3 min 2 sec
The launch of the Delta 2-Heavy rocket with NASA's Dawn asteroid spacecraft as seen from the Trident Bluff location near the south edge of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. (Replay includes live launch audio)
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Dawn: Launch replay from south tracker
Date: September 29, 2007
Duration: 1 min 27 sec
This view of the United Launch Alliance Delta 2-Heavy rocket soaring with the Dawn spacecraft was captured by the powerful tracking camera located at Patrick Air Force Base. (Replay includes live launch audio)
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Dawn: Launch replay from west tracker
Date: September 29, 2007
Duration: 2 min 49 sec
Another tracking camera at Cape Canaveral provides this view from west of pad 17B as the United Launch Alliance Delta 2-Heavy rocket lifts off with NASA's Dawn asteroid spacecraft. (Replay includes live launch audio)
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Dawn: Launch replay from north tracker
Date: September 29, 2007
Duration: 2 min 48 sec
The powerful UCS-3 tracking camera at Cape Canaveral provides this view from north of pad 17B as the United Launch Alliance Delta 2-Heavy rocket lifts off with NASA's Dawn asteroid spacecraft. (Replay includes live launch audio)
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Dawn: Launch replay from Press Site 1
Date: September 29, 2007
Duration: 1 min 38 sec
This view of the Dawn spacecraft launching aboard a ULA Delta 2-Heavy rocket was captured from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Press Site 1. The news media wasn't permitted at the site, however, due to the larger safety zone for the Heavy rocket. (Replay includes live launch audio)
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Dawn: Launch news conference
Date: September 29, 2007
Duration: 16 min 50 sec
A few hours after Dawn's successful launch, mission officials hold this post-launch news conference at 1 p.m. EDT from Kennedy Space Center to discuss the health and status of the spacecraft.
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Dawn: Pre-launch campaign for the Delta 2-Heavy rocket
Date: September 27, 2007
Duration: 8 min 39 sec
This narrated movie compiles the highlights from the ULA Delta 2 rocket's pre-flight campaign at Cape Canaveral's pad 17B in preparation to launch NASA's Dawn spacecraft to the asteroid belt.
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Dawn: The pre-launch campaign
Date: September 27, 2007
Duration: 8 min 21 sec
This narrated movie compiles the highlights of NASA's Dawn asteroid exploration spacecraft during the pre-flight campaign at Cape Canaveral for launch aboard the ULA Delta 2-Heavy rocket.
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Dawn: NASA launch manager
Date: September 27, 2007
Duration: 3 min 39 sec
NASA launch manager Omar Baez reviews the countdown and ascent of the United Launch Alliance Delta 2-Heavy rocket that deployed the Dawn spacecraft in this post-launch interview.
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Dawn: Spacecraft deployed from rocket
Date: September 27, 2007
Duration: 1 min 30 sec
Confirmation is received at the Cape Canaveral telemetry facility via a downrange tracking station that the Delta 2 rocket's third stage has successfully deployed the Dawn spacecraft.
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Dawn: Widescreen movie of launch from Jetty Park pier
Date: September 27, 2007
Duration: 3 min 35 sec
This widescreen video of Dawn's launch aboard the Delta 2-Heavy rocket was shot from the public pier located at Jetty Park three miles south of Cape Canaveral's pad 17B.
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Dawn: Liftoff!
Date: September 27, 2007
Duration: 6 min 20 sec
The long-awaited voyage of NASA's Dawn space probe to rendezvous with a pair of small worlds in the asteroid belt launches at 7:34 a.m. EDT Sept. 27 aboard a Delta 2-Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
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Dawn: Mobile service tower rollback
Date: September 27, 2007
Duration: 2 min 37 sec
Launch pad technicians retract the mobile service tower to reveal the Delta 2-Heavy rocket at Cape Canaveral's Complex 17 in the final hours before liftoff time to send the Dawn probe into space.
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Dawn: Prelaunch news conference
Date: September 25, 2007
Duration: 47 min 32 sec
The launch of NASA's Dawn asteroid orbiter aboard a ULA Delta 2-Heavy rocket is previewed during this pre-launch news conference held at Kennedy Space Center on Sept. 25.
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Dawn: Mission science briefing
Date: September 25, 2007
Duration: 40 min 42 sec
This is a detailed briefing on the scientific objectives of the Dawn spacecraft during its mission to orbit Vesta and Ceres in the asteroid belt. Mission science leaders held this news conference in July just prior to Dawn's earlier launch date.
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Dawn: Craft waits for launch date
Date: July 22, 2007
Duration: 8 min 10 sec
The Dawn spacecraft is returned to the Astrotech spacecraft processing facility near Cape Canaveral to await a new launch date. The mission was delayed from July to sometime in September, prompting the craft's removal from the Delta rocket at pad 17B.
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Dawn: Removed from rocket
Date: July 22, 2007
Duration: 4 min 7 sec
NASA's Dawn spacecraft is detached from atop the ULA Delta 2 rocket at Cape Canaveral's pad 17B on July 22. The craft is being returned to its processing hangar following the decision to delay launch from July to September.
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Dawn: Launch postponement
Date: July 9, 2007
Duration: 13 min 51 sec
Jim Green, director of the Planetary Science Division at NASA Headquarters, explains why the agency decided to delay launch of the Dawn asteroid probe from July to September.
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