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STS-119: Emergency training
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 5 min 25 sec
The astronauts spend time learning how to evacuate pad 39A if an emergency arises, including procedures to operate the slide-wire baskets that would quickly whisk the crew from the launch tower to a bunker west of the pad.
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STS-119: Nighttime landing simulations
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 5 min 14 sec
Commander Lee Archambault and pilot Tony Antonelli, wearing their launch and entry spacesuits, climb inside a pair of Shuttle Training Aircraft for practice nighttime landing approaches at Kennedy Space Center's runway during the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test.
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STS-119: Tank test driving
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 5 min 33 sec
Discovery's seven astronauts take turns test-driving an armored tank available for the crew to escape the pad 39A area if an emergency arises during the launch countdown.
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STS-119: More crew arrival footage
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 5 min 53 sec
This video shows additional footage of space shuttle Discovery's seven astronauts arriving at Kennedy Space Center for their countdown dress rehearsal.
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STS-119: Discovery receives payload
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 3 min 42 sec
The payload handling mechanism inside the pad's cleanroom inserts the 15.5-ton Starboard 6 solar power truss into shuttle Discovery's cargo bay on January 17.
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STS-119: Moving truss into cleanroom
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 5 min 4 sec
Inside the launch pad 39A's Payload Changeout Room, the Starboard 6 truss headed for the space station aboard shuttle Discovery are pulled out of transportation canister on January 12.
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STS-119: A lift given by gantry crane
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 3 min 29 sec
The payload transportation canister is hoisted by a crane on the launch pad's Rotating Service Structure for unloading of the Starboard 6 truss into the pad's cleanroom facility.
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STS-119: Payload delivered to pad
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 3 min 26 sec
The transportation canister holding space shuttle Discovery's payload for the STS-119 space station mission -- the Starboard 6 truss -- is driven to launch pad 39A on January 12.
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STS-119: Payload moved to transporter
Posted: January 25, 2009
Duration: 51 sec
In the Space Station Processing Facility on January 7, an overhead crane delivers the Starboard 6 power truss into the transportation canister that will haul the payload to launch pad 39A.
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Expedition 19: Crew briefing
Posted: January 22, 2009
Duration: 34 min 47 sec
The Russian commander and two American astronauts to serve aboard the International Space Station during the Expedition 19 mission hold this pre-flight news conference from Houston on January 22.
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STS-126: The astronauts review their mission highlights
Posted: January 22, 2009
Duration: 55 min 46 sec
On cargo-delivery run to the space station in November, shuttle Endeavour brought up critical equipment that remodeled the interior of the international outpost in preparation for doubling the size of its resident crews. The STS-126 astronauts recap the mission in this post-flight presentation.
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STS-119: Crew chat at the runway
Posted: January 19, 2009
Duration: 21 min 20 sec
The STS-119 astronauts take a few minutes after arriving at Kennedy Space Center to talk with reporters at the start of the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test.
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STS-119: Crew arrives for practice count
Posted: January 19, 2009
Duration: 11 min 15 sec
The seven astronauts to launch aboard the shuttle Discovery for the STS-119 mission to the space station arrive at the Kennedy Space Center in T-38 jets on Jan. 19 to begin a countdown dress rehearsal.
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Delta 4-Heavy: Camera 1
Posted: January 18, 2009
Duration: 9 sec
The Delta 4-Heavy rocket ignites and lifts off from pad 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on the NROL-26 mission as seen through this sequence of images from a sound-activated still camera.
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Delta 4-Heavy: Camera 2
Posted: January 18, 2009
Duration: 7 sec
A second sound-activated still camera placed at pad 37B by Spaceflight Now photographer Christopher Miller provides a different view of the Delta 4-Heavy rocket launch.
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Delta 4-Heavy launch experience
Posted: January 18, 2009
Duration: 14 min 41 sec
This longer-length movie captures the final portion of the launch countdown and follows the Delta 4-Heavy rocket's flight all the way until nose cone separation is confirmed during the NROL-26 mission.
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Press Site launch video
Posted: January 18, 2009
Duration: 2 min 34 sec
This footage of the Delta 4-Heavy rocket launching on the NROL-26 mission was taken from the press viewing location about 5.5 miles to the north of pad 37B.
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Time-lapse of tower rollback
Posted: January 18, 2009
Duration: 30 sec
A time-lapse movie shows the 33-story mobile service tower retracting to reveal the massive Delta 4-Heavy rocket standing atop pad 37B at Cape Canaveral for the NROL-26 launch.
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Pad tower rolled back
Posted: January 18, 2009
Duration: 1 min 33 sec
The mobile service gantry at Cape Canaveral's Complex 37 is rolled away from the Delta 4-Heavy rocket in preparation for launch on the NROL-26 classified satellite-deployment mission.
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Delta 4-Heavy launches spy satellite
Posted: January 17, 2009
Duration: 5 min 21 sec
The Delta 4-Heavy rocket launched from Cape Canaveral's Complex 37 at 9:47 p.m. EST January 17 carrying a classified reconnaissance satellite for the U.S. government.
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