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STS-125 Flight Day 5: Gyro troubles
Posted: May 15, 2009
Duration: 9 min 24 sec
Installation of the second gyroscope package into the Hubble Space Telescope hits a snag when the spacewalkers are unable to get the new unit seated into the proper position on a mounting plate.
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STS-125 Flight Day 5: Second gyro out
Posted: May 15, 2009
Duration: 11 min 14 sec
Now back inside the Hubble Space Telescope once again, spacewalker Mike Massimino unfastens the connectors to the next Rate Sensor Unit as he and Mike Good remove the device from the observatory.
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STS-125 Flight Day 5: Hubble receives new gyroscope package
Posted: May 15, 2009
Duration: 14 min 37 sec
The spacewalkers, again working together with Mike Good outside and Mike Massimino inside the observatory, install the day's first Rate Sensor Unit containing two gyroscopes for the Hubble Space Telescope control system.
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STS-125 Flight Day 5: First old gyroscope package removed from Hubble
Posted: May 15, 2009
Duration: 17 min 16 sec
Teamwork between the two spacewalkers removes the first gyro package from the Hubble Space Telescope. Mike Good, standing outside on the end of Atlantis' robot arm, uses a long tool to release bolts holding the unit while Mike Massimino, who is tucked inside the telescope, pulls the package free and handed it outside to Good.
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STS-125 Flight Day 5: EVA 2 preview
Posted: May 15, 2009
Duration: 6 min 32 sec
Tomas Gonzales-Torres, the lead spacewalk officer for STS-125, provides this narrated preview of the second EVA during Atlantis' mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.
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STS-125 Flight Day 5: Today's plan
Posted: May 15, 2009
Duration: 3 min 7 sec
STS-125 shuttle flight director Tony Ceccacci offers this preview of space shuttle Atlantis' second spacewalk to service the Hubble Space Telescope during Flight Day 5 of the mission.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: The highlights
Posted: May 15, 2009
Duration: 39 min 51 sec
John Grunsfeld and Drew Feustel successfully installed a powerful new camera and a critical science data computer on the Hubble Space Telescope during the mission's first spacewalk. The day's highlights are packaged into this movie.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: STOCC update
Posted: May 15, 2009
Duration: 7 min 28 sec
From the Space Telescope Operations Control Center, this update was provided at 8:45 p.m. EDT May 14 to recap the day's EVA to upgrade Hubble and preparations for spacewalk No. 2.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: Status briefing
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 41 min
The Mission Status Briefing for Flight Day 4 covers the successful first spacewalk for the space shuttle Atlantis astronauts who are servicing the Hubble Space Telescope.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: Capture mechanism
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 2 min 19 sec
Spacewalker John Grunsfeld is beneath the telescope at the servicing platform to install the Soft Capture Mechanism to the bottom of Hubble. The mechanism will serve as a future robotic docking device for eventual deorbiting at the end of life.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: New Science Instrument Command and Data Handling unit
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 9 min 8 sec
Spacewalker Drew Feustel working on the side of the Hubble Space Telescope finishes installation of the new Science Instrument Command and Data Handling package. The unit is vital in routing commands to Hubble's instruments and sending the science data back to Earth.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: The old SIC&DH unbolted for removal from Hubble
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 12 min 38 sec
The partially failed Science Instrument Command and Data Handling package, original equipment launched in Hubble some 19 years ago, is removed from the spacecraft for replacement.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: WFPC2 stowed aboard shuttle Atlantis for return
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 25 min 59 sec
The Hubble Space Telescope's 16-year-old Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 has been nestled inside the launch carrier box within shuttle Atlantis' payload bay for its return to Earth.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: WFC3 overview
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 9 min 53 sec
Learn more about the Wide Field Camera 3, one of the Hubble Space Telescope's new science instruments that will operate in the observatory well into the next decade.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: Wide Field Camera 3 installed into Hubble
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 15 min 11 sec
The Wide Field Camera 3, a new generation science instrument that will allow the Hubble Space Telescope to see even deeper into the Universe, has been successfully installed into the observatory by spacewalkers Drew Feustel and John Grunsfeld.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: New camera prepped
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 5 min 49 sec
With WFPC2 out of Hubble, the spacewalkers prepare the new Wide Field Camera 3 for removal from launch carrier in Atlantis' payload bay. Feustel remains on the robot arm to attach a handle onto the camera for its extraction from the box.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: WFPC2 removed
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 12 min 49 sec
The Wide Field Planetary Camera 2, a highly productive science instrument that was installed during the first Hubble servicing mission in December 1993, is pulled out of the observatory by spacewalker Drew Feustel perched on the end of Atlantis' robot arm.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: Bolt finally released
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 6 min 9 sec
Spacewalker Drew Feustel finally gets the latching bolt to turn. Mission Control had just told the crew that if the astronauts couldn't get the bolt freed, the WFPC2 would have to remain inside Hubble.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: Troubles with bolt
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 9 min 14 sec
The spacewalkers try with different tool configurations to free the main latching bolt on the WFPC2 camera. But the tools slip around the bolt and the bolt itself won't release.
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STS-125 Flight Day 4: A handle on WFPC2
Posted: May 14, 2009
Duration: 1 min 29 sec
A handle to remove the Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 instrument from the Hubble Space Telescope is installed by spacewalk Drew Feustel.
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