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Update on space station issues
Posted: September 25, 2008
Duration: 13 min 7 sec
International Space Station program manager Mike Suffredini provides updates on the Soyuz module separation investigation, the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint repair plan and damage seen on one of the station's radiators.
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NASA's 50th Anniversary Gala
Posted: September 24, 2008
Duration: 54 min 17 sec
Legendary astronauts John Glenn and Neil Armstrong, plus current NASA Administrator Mike Griffin, were among the speakers at the agency's 50th Anniversary Gala held Sept. 24 at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center.
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STS-125: Shuttle evacuation practice
Posted: September 24, 2008
Duration: 1 min 47 sec
After clocks halted in the final seconds to simulate a shutdown of the three main engines just prior to liftoff, the crew exited the shuttle and practiced scurrying to the slide-wire baskets for a quick evacuation of the pad.
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STS-125: Crew boards shuttle Atlantis for launch countdown test
Posted: September 24, 2008
Duration: 8 min 6 sec
After arriving at launch pad 39A shortly past 8 a.m., all seven astronauts climb inside space shuttle Atlantis and strap into their assigned seats for the final three hours of the mock countdown.
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STS-125: Launch day rehearsal
Posted: September 24, 2008
Duration: 5 min 45 sec
The astronauts follow a normal launch morning routine, donning their suits and departing crew quarters to board the Astrovan for the ride to pad 39A for the countdown dress rehearsal as part of the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test.
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STS-125: Emergency training
Posted: September 24, 2008
Duration: 4 min 52 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-125: Tank test driving
Posted: September 23, 2008
Duration: 9 min 29 sec
Atlantis' 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-125: Landing simulations
Posted: September 23, 2008
Duration: 8 min 8 sec
Commander Scott Altman and pilot Greg Johnson suit up in their launch and entry spacesuits and climb inside a pair of Shuttle Training Aircraft for practice landing approaches at Kennedy Space Center's runway.
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STS-125: Crew chat at the pad
Posted: September 23, 2008
Duration: 20 min 37 sec
The STS-125 astronauts take a few minutes during the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test events to talk with reporters at Kennedy Space Center's launch pad 39A on Sept. 23.
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STS-125: Commander comments
Posted: September 21, 2008
Duration: 3 min 29 sec
Space shuttle Atlantis commander Scott Altman makes these comments following the STS-125 crew's arrival at the Kennedy Space Center for the countdown dress rehearsal.
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STS-125: Crew arrives for practice count
Posted: September 21, 2008
Duration: 4 min 52 sec
The seven astronauts to launch aboard the shuttle Atlantis for the Hubble servicing mission arrive at the Kennedy Space Center in T-38 jets on September 21 to begin a countdown dress rehearsal.
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Aerial views of Atlantis and Endeavour perched on launch pads
Posted: September 20, 2008
Duration: 2 min 42 sec
For a few hours on Saturday morning, September 20, a true rarity occurred for NASA's space shuttle program as both Atlantis and Endeavour were fully visible on their launch pads with the gantries open. The Atlantis service tower at pad 39A was retracted to receive the payload and Endeavour had not yet been enclosed within its tower following rollout to pad 39B.
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STS-126/400: Endeavour at sunrise
Posted: September 19, 2008
Duration: 53 sec
The sun rises on space shuttle Endeavour at Kennedy Space Center's pad 39B shortly after the overnight rollout from the Vehicle Assembly Building successfully concluded.
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STS-126/400: Aerial views of Endeavour on launch pad 39B
Posted: September 19, 2008
Duration: 3 min 17 sec
After shuttle Endeavour arrived at launch pad 39B, a helicopter shooting scenes for the upcoming IMAX movie about the Hubble servicing also captured this stunning aerial footage.
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STS-126/400: Rollout to pad 39B
Posted: September 19, 2008
Duration: 5 min 28 sec
Following through on its plan to have a quick-response space shuttle poised to launch if the Atlantis crew needs rescuing during next month's Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission, NASA rolls sistership Endeavour to the other Kennedy Space Center pad in the early morning hours of Sept. 19.
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STS-126/400: Pad arrival time-lapse
Posted: September 19, 2008
Duration: 1 min 1 sec
This time-lapse movie shows space shuttle Endeavour's arrival atop launch pad 39B, the crawler-transporter pulling away after completing its job to deliver the shuttle and the pad's swing arms moving out to Endeavour.
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STS-126/400: Leaving VAB time-lapse
Posted: September 19, 2008
Duration: 1 min 8 sec
This time-lapse movie shows space shuttle Endeavour emerging from the Vehicle Assembly Building for its late-night journey to Kennedy Space Center's launch pad 39B.
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MAVEN: Launching to Mars in 2013
Posted: September 16, 2008
Duration: 3 min 1 sec
The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution spacecraft, or MAVEN will be launched in November 2013 and arrive at the Red Planet about 10 months later to answer long-standing questions about the climate history and habitability of Mars. This movie gives a brief preview of the mission.
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STS-126/400: Vertical Endeavour hoisted for attachment to tank and SRBs
Posted: September 12, 2008
Duration: 5 min 5 sec
The sling crane captures Endeavour and lifts the shuttle from the transport hauler that carried it from the hangar. The spacecraft is then rotated vertically, hoisted over to the assembly bay and carefully lowered into position next to the awaiting fuel tank for attachment.
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STS-126/400: Endeavour's morning trip to Vehicle Assembly Building
Posted: September 12, 2008
Duration: 4 min 54 sec
In preparation for its role as a standby rescue craft during next month's Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission and the scheduled November logistics run to the international space station, shuttle Endeavour is moved to the Vehicle Assembly Building.
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