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NOAA-N Prime: Launch success
Posted: February 6, 2009
Duration: 4 min
NASA launch manager Omar Baez reviews the countdown and ascent of the United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket that successfully deployed the NOAA-N Prime spacecraft.
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NOAA-N Prime: Launch camera 3
Posted: February 6, 2009
Duration: 14 sec
This third of three launch replays from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California shows the Delta 2 rocket blasting off with the NOAA-N Prime weather satellite.
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NOAA-N Prime: Launch camera 2
Posted: February 6, 2009
Duration: 11 sec
This second of three launch replays from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California shows the Delta 2 rocket blasting off with the NOAA-N Prime weather satellite.
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NOAA-N Prime: Launch camera 1
Posted: February 6, 2009
Duration: 23 sec
This first of three launch replays from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California shows the Delta 2 rocket blasting off with the NOAA-N Prime weather satellite.
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NOAA-N Prime: Liftoff!
Posted: February 6, 2009
Duration: 3 min 10 sec
The NOAA-N Prime weather observatory successfully launches aboard a Delta 2 rocket at 2:22 a.m. local time from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.
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NOAA-N Prime: Tower rollback
Posted: February 6, 2009
Duration: 2 min 10 sec
The mobile service gantry at Space Launch Complex 2 of Vandenberg Air Force Base is rolled away from the Delta 2 rocket in preparation for liftoff carrying the NOAA-N Prime weather satellite.
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NOAA-N Prime: Launch scrub
Posted: February 4, 2009
Duration: 3 min 53 sec
The first attempt to launch the NOAA-N Prime weather satellite aboard a Delta 2 rocket was scrubbed February 4 by a ground support system problem at the pad.
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NOAA-N Prime: Mission overview
Posted: February 4, 2009
Duration: 6 min 51 sec
An overview of the NOAA-N Prime weather observatory is presented in this short film. The polar-orbiting satellite will track weather systems around the globe and add to decades of environmental records.
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NOAA-N Prime: Satellite campaign
Posted: February 4, 2009
Duration: 10 min 20 sec
This narrated movie compiles the highlights of the NOAA-N Prime weather observatory undergoing its pre-launch preparation campaign at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.
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NOAA-N Prime: Rocket campaign
Posted: February 4, 2009
Duration: 12 min 45 sec
This narrated movie compiles the highlights from the Delta 2 rocket's pre-flight campaign at Vandenberg Air Force Base's Space Launch Complex 2 in preparation to launch the NOAA-N Prime weather satellite.
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Station shook during reboost
Posted: February 4, 2009
Duration: 2 min 11 sec
A camcorder aboard the International Space Station captures the remarkable shaking and oscillations experienced during a reboost maneuver performed Jan. 14 by the Zvezda service module thrusters.
Expedition 18
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STS-119: Launch delayed a week
Posted: February 3, 2009
Duration: 56 min 14 sec
NASA officials announce during this briefing at Kennedy Space Center following the Flight Readiness Review that the launch of shuttle Discovery's STS-119 mission would be delayed at least a week. The delay will allow more analysis on gaseous hydrogen flow control valves used on the shuttle.
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NOAA-N Prime pre-launch news briefing
Posted: February 2, 2009
Duration: 30 min 31 sec
This is the pre-launch news conference previewing the flight of a Delta 2 rocket and the NOAA-N Prime polar-orbiting weather satellite scheduled for February 4 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.
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Orbiting Carbon Observatory preview
Posted: January 29, 2009
Duration: 61 min 42 sec
This is the pre-flight science briefing for Orbiting Carbon Observatory, a satellite scheduled for launch in February. The spacecraft is NASA's first dedicated to mapping the global distribution of carbon dioxide.
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STS-119: Space shuttle Discovery's payload bay doors closed for launch
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 5 min
Space shuttle Discovery's 60-foot-long payload bay doors are closed and locked on January 21 in preparation for launch in February to deliver the Starboard 6 truss to the space station.
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STS-119: Payload bay ready for closeout
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 4 min 19 sec
This is a final survey of space shuttle Discovery's payload bay, the equipment inside and the Starboard 6 truss just before the doors are closed for the STS-119 flight.
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STS-119: Shuttle evacuation practice
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 1 min 43 sec
After clocks halted in the final seconds to simulate a shutdown of the three main engines just prior to liftoff, the crew exits the shuttle and practices scurrying to the slide-wire baskets for a quick evacuation of the pad.
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STS-119: Crew boards Discovery
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 5 min 29 sec
After the short ride out to launch pad 39A, the astronauts walk across the access arm to the White Room and begin boarding shuttle Discovery for the final three hours of the mock countdown.
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STS-119: Launch day simulation begins
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 1 min 21 sec
The astronauts follow a normal launch morning routine during the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test, departing the crew quarters building and getting into the Astrovan.
STS-119
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STS-119: Crew visits the payload bay
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 3 min 27 sec
Members of space shuttle Discovery's crew take the opportunity to inspect the Starboard 6 truss already packed inside the payload bay for launch during their visit to pad 39A.
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