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STS-125 launch replays: Camera CS-1
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 1 min 32 sec
Launch pad camera CS-1 positioned on the northeast corner of Complex 39A follows space shuttle Atlantis through the final countdown and initial ascent. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera CS-2
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 1 min 6 sec
Launch pad camera CS-2 positioned on the east side of Complex 39A tracks space shuttle Atlantis during the initial portion of flight. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera CS-6
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 1 min 28 sec
Launch pad camera CS-6 positioned on the northwest corner of Complex 39A shows the space shuttle Atlantis soaring into the sky. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 Flight Day 2: Status briefing
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 14 min 52 sec
The Mission Status Briefing for space shuttle Atlantis' Flight Day 2 was held at 2:30 p.m. EDT May 11 with lead STS-125 shuttle flight director Tony Ceccacci.
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STS-125 Flight Day 2: CAPCOM's damage call
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 28 min 35 sec
CAPCOM Dan Burbank from Mission Control in Houston calls space shuttle Atlantis commander Scott Altman with news about the launch debris impact that caused minor tile damage on the starboard wing.
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STS-125 Flight Day 2: Tile damage
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 56 sec
As seen through the Orbiter Boom Sensor System during inspection scans of space shuttle Atlantis' heat shield, minor tile damage is found near the chine area on the starboard wing.
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STS-125: Launch debris event
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 9 sec
The camera mounted on the external fuel tank captures this footage showing a small piece of debris breaking away from the shuttle. The object apparently caused minor tile damage found on Atlantis' starboard wing. The video is presented here in slow-motion.
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 009
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 27 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 009 focuses on the main fuel umbilical connections between the external tank and the belly of space shuttle Atlantis during the ignition and liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 041
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 38 sec
The engineering camera 041 positioned on the fixed service tower points toward the bipod struts that connect the nose of Atlantis to the external fuel tank. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 049
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 33 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 049 mounted on the mobile launcher platform watches the starboard-side T-0 umbilical retract at liftoff. These umbilicals route propellant, electrical and data lines from the tail service mast to the port side of Atlantis' aft engine compartment. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 050
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 33 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 050 mounted on the mobile launcher platform watches the port-side T-0 umbilical retract at liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 051
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 35 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 051 positioned on the mobile launcher platform gives a unique angle of space shuttle Atlantis' three main engines. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 060
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 39 sec
Launch pad camera 060 from atop the sound suppression system water tower gives this engineering view of liftoff from behind shuttle Atlantis. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 061
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 27 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 061 positioned on the fixed service tower of Complex 39A points downward to see the nose of shuttle Atlantis during liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 063
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 27 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 063 positioned on the fixed service tower of Complex 39A points toward the umbilicals between the external tank and the orbiter. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 070
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 18 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 070 is zoomed in on space shuttle Atlantis' three main engines to give this close-up view during ignition. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Camera 071
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 38 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 071 provides a front view of space shuttle Atlantis during ignition of the main engines and the billowing plume of stream in the last seconds of the countdown. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Front camera
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 1 min 5 sec
Beautiful footage of space shuttle Atlantis' climb away into the sky is captured from this camera positioned in front of launch pad 39A. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: West tower
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 37 sec
This view of space shuttle Atlantis' liftoff is captured from a tower west of pad 39A near Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-125 launch replays: Pad perimeter
Posted: May 12, 2009
Duration: 1 min 5 sec
The launch pad 39A perimeter camera gives this side view of space shuttle Atlantis igniting its engines and roaring skyward for STS-125 to the Hubble Space Telescope. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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