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STS-119 Flight Day 2: MMT update
Posted: March 16, 2009
Duration: 17 min 58 sec
Mission Management Team chairman LeRoy Cain holds this news conference from Houston at 5 p.m. EST March 16 following the MMT's meeting. He discusses how Discovery performed during ascent.
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STS-119 Flight Day 2: Preview of shuttle heat shield inspections
Posted: March 16, 2009
Duration: 1 min 30 sec
The process of inspecting space shuttle Discovery's wing leading edge panels and nose cap with the Orbiter Boom Sensor System is explained with this animation narrated by STS-119 lead shuttle flight director Paul Dye.
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STS-119 Flight Day 1: The highlights
Posted: March 16, 2009
Duration: 24 min 27 sec
The highlights from Flight Day 1 of space shuttle Discovery's STS-119 mission to the space station are packaged together into this movie, showing the astronauts going to the launch pad and the shuttle rocketing into orbit.
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STS-119: Full launch experience
Posted: March 16, 2009
Duration: 23 min 34 sec
From the launch team readiness polls during the T-minus 9 minute hold to Discovery's arrival in orbit, this movie captures the full experience of the shuttle's sunset launch.
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STS-119: Launch of Discovery!
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 3 min 57 sec
Space shuttle Discovery launches at 7:43 p.m. EDT on a mission to complete the power grid of the international space station. The 125th shuttle mission will deliver and install the final segment of the station's truss backbone and unfurl two giant solar wings.
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STS-119: Hatch closed for flight
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 1 min 55 sec
The Orbiter Closeout Crew working in the launch pad 39A White Room swing space shuttle Discovery's crew module hatch shut following the astronauts' boarding.
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STS-119: Mission specialist 2 boards
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 1 min 15 sec
Steve Swanson, a Colorado native skilled in computer sciences, is the spacewalk leader for Discovery's flight and the shuttle's flight engineer as mission specialist No. 2. He becomes the final crewmember to board Discovery.
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STS-119: Pilot goes aboard
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 1 min 36 sec
Tony Antonelli, a commander in the Navy, will be Discovery's pilot. He has over 3,200 hours in 41 different kinds of aircraft and has completed 273 carrier arrested landings. The spaceflight rookie makes his way to the flight deck's front-right seat.
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STS-119: Commander boards
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 1 min 16 sec
Shuttle commander Lee Archambault, a 48-year-old Air Force colonel who flew the F-117A Stealth Fighter during combat missions in the first Gulf War, leads this flight of Discovery. He was the first astronaut to board the shuttle, taking the forward-left seat on the flight deck.
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STS-119: Astronauts leave crew quarters
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 3 min 3 sec
With commander Lee Archambault leading the way, the seven-person astronaut crew departs the Kennedy Space Center crew quarters to board the silver AstroVan for the 20-minute ride from the Industrial Area to launch pad 39A on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.
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STS-119: Crew suits up for launch
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 2 min 30 sec
The STS-119 astronauts finish donning and complete pressure checks of their the day-glow orange ascent and entry partial pressure spacesuits in crew quarters on launch day.
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STS-119: Sun rises on launch day
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 27 sec
As seen from perimeter camera at Kennedy Space Center's launch pad 39A, the sun rises as clouds race overhead on Sunday, March 15, the planned day Discovery will launch on its STS-119 mission.
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STS-119: Arm retraction after repairs
Posted: March 15, 2009
Duration: 14 sec
This time-lapse video shows the access arm that extends from the pad 39A tower to the backside of shuttle Discovery's external tank being retracted for launch. The arm was used by technicians to gain access to the gaseous hydrogen vent system where a leak scrubbed the first launch attempt.
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STS-119: Timelapse of gantry rolling back for second launch attempt
Posted: March 14, 2009
Duration: 1 min 20 sec
As the space shuttle launch team gears up for another shot at sending Discovery into orbit, rollback of the pad 39A rotating service gantry occurred just after 8:30 p.m. on March 14. This timelapse movie shows the structure moving away from the shuttle in preparation for the following day's fueling and planned launch.
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STS-119: Space shuttle Discovery set for another launch attempt
Posted: March 14, 2009
Duration: 44 min 27 sec
Following the Mission Management Team meeting to review repairs on the hydrogen venting system, officials hold this press conference on the eve of space shuttle Discovery's rescheduled launch.
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STS-119: Launch update briefing
Posted: March 13, 2009
Duration: 26 min 25 sec
The Mission Management Team chairman, the launch director and the weather officer provide an update on the work to fix the gaseous hydrogen vent problem and preview the planned Sunday liftoff of shuttle Discovery.
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STS-119: Discovery stands poised to fly
Posted: March 12, 2009
Duration: 4 min 18 sec
After the rotating service structure at launch pad 39A was rolled back on March 11, this footage was shot of space shuttle Discovery basking in the glow of the xenon flood lights and looking poised to fly.
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STS-119: Launch pad gantry retracted
Posted: March 12, 2009
Duration: 5 min 15 sec
In the predawn hours before its first launch attempt on March 11, the rotating service structure at launch pad 39A was rolled back to reveal the orbiter.
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STS-119: Post-scrub briefing
Posted: March 12, 2009
Duration: 35 min 12 sec
Following the launch scrub due to a leak in the gaseous hydrogen venting system for the external fuel tank, NASA holds this briefing on the problem and discussions options for rescheduling the mission.
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STS-119: Tower rollback timelapse
Posted: March 11, 2009
Duration: 1 min 54 sec
This timelapse movie shows the rotating service gantry pulling away from space shuttle Discovery at Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A beginning at 1 a.m. on March 11.
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