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STS-126: Commander comments
Posted: October 26, 2008
Duration: 6 min 22 sec
Space shuttle Endeavour commander Christopher Ferguson makes these comments following the STS-126 crew's arrival at the Kennedy Space Center for the countdown dress rehearsal.
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STS-126: Crew arrives for practice count
Posted: October 26, 2008
Duration: 8 min 10 sec
The seven astronauts to launch aboard the shuttle Endeavour for the STS-126 mission to the space station arrive at the Kennedy Space Center in T-38 jets on Oct. 26 to begin a countdown dress rehearsal.
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Endeavour switches launch pads
Posted: October 24, 2008
Duration: 4 min 56 sec
Space shuttle Endeavour is moved from launch pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center, where is was standing by as a rescue ship for the Hubble repair mission, to pad 39A where is will now fly on STS-126 to the space station.
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Endeavour flow director interview
Posted: October 24, 2008
Duration: 1 min 40 sec
Endeavour Flow Director Ken Tenbusch speaks to Spaceflight Now about the operation to move the orbiter from pad B to pad A and previews the final launch preparation for the mission.
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Expedition 17: Touchdown!
Posted: October 23, 2008
Duration: 4 min 5 sec
Expedition 17 commander Sergei Volkov, flight engineer Oleg Kononenko and tourist Richard Garriott land on the remote steppes of central Kazakhstan to conclude Expedition 17.
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Expedition 17: Soyuz undocks
Posted: October 23, 2008
Duration: 5 min
The Soyuz TMA-12 spacecraft has separated from the space station after nearly 197 days there, setting the stage for return to Earth to conclude the Expedition 17 mission.
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Expedition 17: Crew boards Soyuz
Posted: October 23, 2008
Duration: 3 min 20 sec
Expedition 17 commander Sergei Volkov, flight engineer Oleg Kononenko and computer game designer Richard Garriott said their goodbyes to the station's new crew and then floating into the Soyuz TMA-12 craft currently docked to the station's Pirs compartment.
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STS-126: Payloads in pad cleanroom
Posted: October 22, 2008
Duration: 5 min 2 sec
Inside the launch pad 39A's Payload Changeout Room, the Leonard cargo module and Flex Hose Rotary Coupler spare part headed for the space station aboard shuttle Endeavour are pulled out of transportation canister.
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Space station change of command
Posted: October 22, 2008
Duration: 9 min 29 sec
The change of command ceremony was held in the Harmony module on October 22 as the International Space Station transitioned from Expedition 17 to the new Expedition 18 crew.
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Chandrayaan 1 ascent a success
Posted: October 22, 2008
Duration: 3 min 27 sec
Confirmation is received that the Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft successfully separated from the PSLV rocket on its voyage to the moon. The Indian Space Research Organization's chairman then made a brief post-launch speech.
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Launch of Chandrayaan 1
Posted: October 22, 2008
Duration: 53 sec
India launches its first lunar orbiter from the country's Satish Dhawan Space Center. The Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft lifted off aboard the PSLV rocket and quickly disappeared into the clouds.
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Chandrayaan 1 preview video
Posted: October 22, 2008
Duration: 11 min 37 sec
Previews of the PSLV rocket's launch and the Chandrayaan 1 spacecraft's mission are provided in this video prior to liftoff of India's first lunar mission.
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STS-126: Payloads delivered to pad
Posted: October 21, 2008
Duration: 7 min 6 sec
The transportation canister holding space shuttle Endeavour's payloads for the STS-126 space station mission is rotated vertically and then driven to launch pad 39A on October 21.
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STS-126: Hoisting Leonardo
Posted: October 21, 2008
Duration: 8 min 29 sec
The Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, named Leonardo, is placed into the payload transportation canister at the Space Station Processing Facility for the trip to launch pad 39A and installation into Endeavour for STS-126.
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STS-125: Atlantis back in VAB
Posted: October 21, 2008
Duration: 5 min 4 sec
As seen from inside the giant Vehicle Assembly Building, space shuttle Atlantis enters the landmark facility for storage while its mission to the Hubble Space Telescope is on hold.
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STS-125: Heading down the crawlerway
Posted: October 21, 2008
Duration: 3 min
Under beautiful skies, space shuttle Atlantis makes its away along the crawlerway on the return trip from Kennedy Space Center's launch pad 39A to the Vehicle Assembly Building.
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STS-126: A spare part for station
Posted: October 20, 2008
Duration: 1 min 49 sec
A spare Flex Hose Rotary Coupler that will be launched aboard shuttle Endeavour and stowed on the space station is placed into the payload transport canister for delivery to pad 39A.
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Expedition 17/18: Crew news conference
Posted: October 20, 2008
Duration: 17 min 39 sec
The Expedition 17 and 18 crews, joined by tourist Richard Garriott, hold a joint news conference from the International Space Station on October 20.
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STS-125: Rollback timelapse
Posted: October 20, 2008
Duration: 41 sec
This timelapse movie from a camera atop the pad 39A water tower shows the crawler-transporter raising up the mobile launch platform and beginning shuttle Atlantis' journey off the pad.
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STS-125: Atlantis begins rolling back
Posted: October 20, 2008
Duration: 2 min
Space shuttle Atlantis leaves launch pad 39A at sunrise on October 20 for return to the Vehicle Assembly Building where it will enter storage during the STS-125 mission delay.
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