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10th anniversary of Zarya launch
Posted: November 20, 2008
Duration: 1 min 59 sec
To mark the 10th anniversary of the Zarya control module's launch into Earth orbit to begin the International Space Station, the current commanders of the Expedition 18 resident crew and space shuttle Endeavour docked to the complex, Mike Fincke and Chris Ferguson, had this message.
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History flashback: Post-launch comments after Zarya enters orbit
Posted: November 20, 2008
Duration: 13 min 20 sec
The heads of the Russian Space Agency and NASA, Yuri Koptev and Dan Goldin, gave these remarks immediately following the successful launch of Zarya, the first International Space Station element.
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History flashback: Launch of Zarya
Posted: November 20, 2008
Duration: 47 min 30 sec
The launch of Russia's Zarya control module began the in-orbit assembly of the International Space Station on November 20, 1998. This is the full launch broadcast from that historic day.
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History flashback: Proton rocket goes to launch pad with Zarya
Posted: November 20, 2008
Duration: 6 min 22 sec
The Proton rocket with the Zarya module tucked into its nose cone is rolled out of the final assembly building to the launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome a few days before liftoff.
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STS-126 Flight Day 7: Update with station flight director
Posted: November 20, 2008
Duration: 12 min 48 sec
International Space Station flight director Brian Smith gives an update on activities aboard the combined shuttle-station complex and looks ahead to the work planned for Flight Day 7 during this interview early in the morning, Nov. 20.
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STS-126 Flight Day 7: EVA 2 preview
Posted: November 20, 2008
Duration: 11 min 15 sec
John Ray, the lead spacewalk officer for STS-126, provides this narrated preview of the second EVA during Endeavour's mission to the International Space Station.
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STS-126 Flight Day 7: Today's plan
Posted: November 20, 2008
Duration: 2 min 59 sec
STS-126's lead station flight director Ginger Kerrick offers this summary of the main activities planned during Flight Day 7 of Endeavour's mission to the International Space Station.
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STS-126 Flight Day 6: The highlights
Posted: November 20, 2008
Duration: 31 min 22 sec
Aboard the shuttle-station complex on Flight Day 6, the astronauts work as plumbers and electricians to install the various pieces of the water recycling hardware that will support larger resident crews. All of the day's video highlights are packaged into this movie.
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera CS-1
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 2 min 57 sec
Launch pad camera CS-1 positioned on the northeast corner of Complex 39A follows space shuttle Endeavour through the final countdown and initial ascent. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera CS-2
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 2 min 57 sec
Launch pad camera CS-2 positioned on the east side of Complex 39A tracks space shuttle Endeavour during the initial portion of flight. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera CS-6
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 53 sec
Launch pad camera CS-6 positioned on the northwest corner of Complex 39A shows the space shuttle Endeavour soaring into the night. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: External Tank camera from liftoff to orbit
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 9 min 45 sec
This is the complete footage from the camera mounted on space shuttle Endeavour's external fuel tank from liftoff through separation from the orbiter in space. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera 071
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 43 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 071 provides a front view of space shuttle Endeavour 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-126 launch replays: Camera 070
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 43 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 070 is zoomed in on space shuttle Endeavour's three main engines to give this close-up view during ignition. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera 063
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 25 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-126 launch replays: Camera 061
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 20 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 061 positioned on the fixed service tower of Complex 39A points downward to see the nose of shuttle Endeavour during liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera 060
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 40 sec
Launch pad camera 060 from atop the sound suppression system water tower gives this engineering view of liftoff from behind shuttle Endeavour. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera 054
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 22 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 054 from the mobile launcher platform is angled upward to see the starboard underside wing of Endeavour and the fuel umbilicals between the shuttle and the external tank during ignition and liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera 051
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 22 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 051 positioned on the mobile launcher platform gives a unique angle of space shuttle Endeavour's three main engines. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-126 launch replays: Camera 050
Posted: November 19, 2008
Duration: 22 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 050 mounted on the mobile launcher platform watches the port-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 Endeavour's aft engine compartment. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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