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STS-128 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Port SRB looking down
Posted: September 14, 2009
Duration: 2 min 51 sec
The down-facing camera on space shuttle Discovery's left-hand solid rocket booster gives this footage of the launch through the high-altitude jettisoning. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-128 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Starboard SRB looking up
Posted: September 14, 2009
Duration: 2 min 58 sec
From liftoff to separation high into the night sky, take a ride on shuttle Discovery's right-hand solid rocket booster with movie from a video camera on the SRB facing upward. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-128 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Starboard SRB looking inward
Posted: September 14, 2009
Duration: 2 min 39 sec
The sideways-facing video camera on space shuttle Discovery's right-hand solid rocket booster provides this footage of the external tank's intertank foam insulation and then SRB separation. (Includes natural sound!)
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STS-128 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Starboard SRB looking down
Posted: September 14, 2009
Duration: 2 min 52 sec
A downward-facing video camera mounted on the right-hand solid rocket booster gives this footage of the launch and continues through separation from the external tank. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-128 launch replays: External Tank camera from liftoff to orbit
Posted: September 14, 2009
Duration: 9 min 31 sec
This is the complete footage from the camera mounted on space shuttle Discovery's external fuel tank from liftoff through separation from the orbiter in space. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-128: Post-landing news conference
Posted: September 12, 2009
Duration: 28 min 24 sec
NASA and the European Space Agency officials hold a post-landing news conference from the Kennedy Space Center following space shuttle Discovery's return to Earth at Edwards Air Force Base in California.
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STS-128 Landing: Inside Mission Control
Posted: September 12, 2009
Duration: 10 min 16 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 with CAPCOM Eric Boe, and includes the team's communications audio channel.
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STS-128 Landing Replay: Camera 1
Posted: September 12, 2009
Duration: 2 min 12 sec
Space shuttle Discovery, under the controls of commander Rick Sturckow, completes a smooth final approach and touchdown at Edwards Air Force Base. (Replay includes live landing audio!)
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STS-128 Landing Replay: Camera 2
Posted: September 12, 2009
Duration: 2 min 2 sec
This camera positioned on the northside of Edwards Air Force Base's Runway 22 follows space shuttle Discovery through the final approach and safe landing to conclude mission STS-128. (Replay includes live landing audio!)
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STS-128 Landing Replay: Camera 3
Posted: September 12, 2009
Duration: 2 min 13 sec
This is another camera positioned to the south of Edwards Air Force Base's Runway 22 that follows space shuttle Discovery through the final approach and safe landing to conclude mission STS-128. (Replay includes live landing audio!)
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STS-128 Landing Replays: Cockpit camera gives pilot's point of view
Posted: September 11, 2009
Duration: 1 min 19 sec
A great view of Discovery's landing is provided from onboard the space shuttle. A camera mounted in the front window gives a true pilot's point-of-view during Discovery's approach to the runway and the touchdown. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-128: Landing as seen live
Posted: September 11, 2009
Duration: 8 min 22 sec
Space shuttle Discovery lands at Edwards Air Force Base in California to end STS-128. The spacecraft touched down at 8:53 p.m. EDT (5:53 p.m. local) to finish the two-week mission to the International Space Station.
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NASA announces target for LCROSS impact
Posted: September 11, 2009
Duration: 43 min 12 sec
NASA announces where the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, and its spent Centaur
rocket will hit the moon in October. Briefing participants are Daniel Andrews, project manager, Anthony Colaprete, principal investigator, and Jennifer Heldmann, lead for the observation campaign.
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STS-128 Flight Day 14: Shuttle Discovery's landing delayed a day
Posted: September 10, 2009
Duration: 2 min 12 sec
With no cooperation from the Kennedy Space Center weather, NASA has scrapped plans to land the space shuttle Discovery this evening and will give the astronauts a bonus day in orbit.

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STS-128 Flight Day 14: Shuttle Discovery's landing delayed an orbit
Posted: September 10, 2009
Duration: 4 min 46 sec
Unstable weather conditions at the Kennedy Space Center have left entry flight director Richard Jones no choice but to scrub today's first landing opportunity.
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Press site view of the H-2B rocket launch
Posted: September 10, 2009
Duration: 35 sec
As viewed from the press site in Tanegashima, Japan, the new H-2B rocket lights up the night with its blastoff carryin the HTV cargo craft bound for the International Space Station.
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Japan's H-2B rocket launches HTV cargo freighter to the space station
Posted: September 10, 2009
Duration: 32 min 48 sec
Japan successfully launches its most ambitious space mission, a flight that will not only usher in a new era for the country's domestic space program but also inaugurate an important new capability for the International Space Station.
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Preview of H-2B rocket and the HTV resupply ship
Posted: September 10, 2009
Duration: 57 min 33 sec
This briefing previews the debut launch of Japan's H-2B rocket and the HTV, an unmanned cargo delivery craft built to ferry supplies and equipment to the International Space Station.
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STS-128 Flight Day 13: The highlights
Posted: September 10, 2009
Duration: 21 min 15 sec
All of the video highlights from the final full day in orbit for the space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts are packaged into this movie covering Flight Day 13 of the STS-128 mission.
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STS-128 Flight Day 13: Re-entry test
Posted: September 10, 2009
Duration: 50 min 55 sec
Space shuttle Discovery will be the subject of a re-entry experiment to test the boundary layer transition heating using a special tile on its underside. Project members explain the test in this movie.
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