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Expedition 28: Crew news conference
Posted: September 6, 2011
Duration: 27 min 35 sec
International Space Station residents Ron Garan and Mike Fossum hold an in-flight news conference with reporters to talk about their ongoing Expedition 28 mission and the Soyuz grounding.
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GRAIL: Launch animation
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 57 sec
This animation depicts the Delta 2-Heavy rocket launching the twin GRAIL spacecraft and the satellites flying away from Earth on their voyage to the Moon.
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GRAIL: Roadmap to the Moon
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 2 min 35 sec
David Lehman, GRAIL project manager from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, describes the circuitous route the satellites will take from Earth to the Moon.
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GRAIL: How gravity measures are made
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 1 min 36 sec
Maria Zuber, GRAIL principal investigator from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, explains how the twin satellites will map the lunar gravity field.
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GRAIL: Moon mapping animation
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 1 min 51 sec
This animation illustrates the GRAIL spacecraft working in tandem around the Moon to precisely measure the lunar gravity field.
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GRAIL: Nose cone attached
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 8 min 46 sec
Installation of the Delta 2 rocket's nose cone is accomplished at launch pad 17B. The 10-foot-diameter composite fairing shrouds the GRAIL spacecraft during the climb through Earth's atmosphere in the initial five minutes of flight.
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GRAIL: Satellites moved to Delta rocket's launch pad
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 12 min 7 sec
After 55 years of launches, the historic Complex 17 at the Cape Canaveral receives what could be its final satellite payload when NASA's twin Moon-mapper probes arrive for mounting atop the Delta 2 rocket.
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GRAIL: Second satellite put on launch deployer
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 5 min 44 sec
Inside the Astrotech satellite processing facility, the GRAIL-A spacecraft is installed aboard the launch dispenser system that will deploy the satellite from the Delta 2 rocket during flight.
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GRAIL: First satellite put on launch deployer
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 6 min 59 sec
The GRAIL-B spacecraft is hoisted atop the launch dispenser system that will deploy the satellite from the Delta 2 rocket during flight.
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GRAIL: Solar arrays unfurled for checks
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 7 min 35 sec
The power-generating solar arrays on the Moon-bound GRAIL spacecraft are unfurled for pre-launch testing at the Astrotech processing facility.
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GRAIL: Satellites readied to begin pre-launch testing
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 6 min 15 sec
The GRAIL lunar mapper tandem are placed onto rotating work fixtures at the Astrotech facility following arrival in Florida so pre-flight preparations can begin.
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GRAIL: Unboxing the satellites
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 8 min 4 sec
Inside the commercially-run Astrotech payload processing facility in Titusville, the shipping container is opened to unpack the GRAIL spacecraft.
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GRAIL: Unloading at the Cape
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 10 min 20 sec
The Gravity Recovery And Interior Laboratory spacecraft are unloaded from the Air Force transport aircraft at Kennedy Space Center following shipment from Lockheed Martin Space Systems in Denver.
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GRAIL: Spacecraft shipped to Florida
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 7 min 7 sec
NASA's twin GRAIL lunar probes touch down on Runway 15 at Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility in Florida to begin final preparations for launch.
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GRAIL: Second stage installed
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 9 min 3 sec
Technicians hoist the hypergolic second stage into the launch pad 17B tower for installation onto the Delta 2 rocket as assembly continues for the GRAIL mission.9
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GRAIL: Second stage arrives at the launch pad
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 5 min 35 sec
The second stage for the United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket for NASA's GRAIL lunar gravity mission carted to Complex 17 for stacking.
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GRAIL: First set of solid rocket boosters attached to Delta 2-Heavy
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 10 min 46 sec
GRAIL's Delta 2-Heavy rocket is outfitted with the first three strap-on solid motors during pre-flight assembly. The mission will use a total of nine boosters.
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GRAIL: SRBs ready for installation
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 12 min 44 sec
The first set of solid-fuel boosters for the Delta 2 rocket to launch GRAIL is delivered to Cape Canaveral's pad 17B for lifting into the gantry.
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GRAIL: Rocket stacking underway
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 10 min 59 sec
On-pad assembly for the Moon-bound GRAIL mission officially gets underway as the Delta 2 rocket's first stage is erected onto the Complex 17B launch mount.
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GRAIL: First stage goes vertical
Posted: September 3, 2011
Duration: 12 min 28 sec
The first stage of the Delta 2 rocket is picked up from its transport trailer and suspended up into the launch pad's mobile service gantry.
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