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STS-126 Landing Replay: Camera 3
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 1 min 49 sec
This camera positioned on the southside of Edwards Air Force Base's Runway 04L follows space shuttle Endeavour through the final approach and safe landing to conclude mission STS-126.
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STS-126 Landing Replay: Camera 4
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 2 min 38 sec
This is another camera positioned to the north of Edwards Air Force Base's Runway 04L that follows space shuttle Endeavour through the final approach and safe landing to conclude mission STS-126.
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STS-126 Landing Replay: Shuttle onboard camera looking out the window
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
This is the pilot's-point-of-view camera during landing of space shuttle Endeavour. The camera was mounted one of the cockpit windows to show the view during the shuttle's homecoming at Edwards.
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STS-126 Landing: Post-flight comments from the shuttle commander
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 2 min 8 sec
Commander Chris Ferguson gives a few post-flight comments after climbing out of the space shuttle and surveying Endeavour on the runway at Edwards Air Force Base, California.
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STS-126 Landing: Astronauts check out shuttle after landing
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 4 min 16 sec
Commander Chris Ferguson, pilot Eric Boe and mission specialists Stephen Bowen and Shane Kimbrough exit the Crew Transport Vehicle on the runway and get an upclose look at their spaceship.
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STS-126 Landing: As seen live
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 5 min 40 sec
Space shuttle Endeavour lands at 4:25 p.m. EST on Runway 04L at Edwards Air Force Base in California to conclude the 16-day STS-126 mission to the International Space Station.
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STS-126 Flight Day 17: Practice runs by the Shuttle Training Aircraft
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 2 min 27 sec
Astronaut Pam Melroy, flying the Shuttle Training Aircraft, checks out conditions at Edwards Air Force Base in California prior to Endeavour's planned landing there.
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STS-126 Flight Day 17: California bound
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 6 min 38 sec
Mission Control gives the space shuttle Endeavour astronauts the news that their landing site will be switched to Edwards Air Force Base in California where weather conditions are acceptable.
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STS-126 Flight Day 17: Second waveoff
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 5 min 43 sec
Mission Control scraps space shuttle Endeavour's second landing opportunity into Kennedy Space Center due to poor weather conditions at the Florida spaceport.
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STS-126 Flight Day 17: First waveoff
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 5 min 8 sec
Faced with a bleak weather forecast for the Kennedy Space Center landing site, Mission Control tells the Endeavour crew to pause their preparations for re-entry and wave off the day's first deorbit opportunity.
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Expedition 18: Progress docking
Posted: November 30, 2008
Duration: 9 min 9 sec
Expedition 18 flight engineer Yury Lonchakov takes over manual control of the approaching Progress M-01M cargo ship after a problem with the automated rendezvous system ans successfully docks the freighter.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: The highlights
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 32 min 49 sec
For the seven astronauts aboard space shuttle Endeavour, the Flight Day 16 was spent testing the orbiter's flight controls and thrusters, deploying a small Defense Department satellite and preparing for landing. The video highlights for the day are packaged together into this movie.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: Status briefing
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 18 min 30 sec
Entry flight director Bryan Lunney previews shuttle Endeavour's deorbit and landing opportunities to bring the STS-126 mission to conclusion during this Flight Day 16 status briefing at 4:30 p.m. EST Nov. 29.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: Picosat deployed
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 6 min 7 sec
From a small canister on the starboard sidewall of Endeavour's payload bay, the U.S. Air Force's Picosat is deployed to test the space environment effects on new solar-power technology to be use aboard future military spacecraft.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: MMT update
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 20 min 53 sec
Mission Management Team chairman LeRoy Cain holds this news conference from the Johnson Space Center at 2:30 p.m. EST Nov. 29 following the MMT's meeting that cleared Endeavour's heat shield for entry.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: Pre-landing check of shuttle's flight controls
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 1 min 31 sec
The space shuttle astronauts fire up one of Endeavour's auxiliary power units and test the flight control aerosurfaces as part of normal day-before-landing checks.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: Arm stowed
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 2 min 7 sec
With its job completed for the mission, 50-foot-long Canadian robot arm aboard space shuttle Endeavour is moved back to its cradle in the payload bay by the astronauts.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: Media interviews
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 19 min 40 sec
Members of the space shutttle Endeavour crew participate in live media interviews with reporters from CNN, KRON-TV of San Francisco and KATU-TV of Portland.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: Undocking replay
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 2 min 5 sec
This downlinked replay of space shuttle Endeavour's undocking from the space station was recorded using one of the payload bay cameras pointed at the docking fixture.
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STS-126 Flight Day 16: Today's plan
Posted: November 29, 2008
Duration: 44 sec
STS-126's lead shuttle flight director Mike Sarafin offers this summary of the main activities planned during Flight Day 16 of Endeavour's mission and preparations for landing.
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