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STS-124: Crew arrives for practice count
Posted: May 6, 2008
Duration: 8 min 28 sec
The seven astronauts to launch aboard the shuttle Discovery for STS-124 arrive at the Kennedy Space Center in T-38 jets on May 6 to begin a countdown dress rehearsal.
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STS-124: Time-lapse of gantry
Posted: May 3, 2008
Duration: 55 sec
This time-lapsed video shows the Rotating Service Structure enclosing space shuttle Discovery following rollout to launch pad 39A. Placing the RSS around the shuttle will allow the Kibo laboratory module, currently stowed inside the gantry's cleanroom, to be installed into Discovery's payload bay for launch.
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STS-124: Orbiter Access Arm
Posted: May 3, 2008
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
The Orbiter Access Arm is swung into position next to space shuttle Discovery's crew hatch following the rollout. The arm is used to gain access to the shuttle's crew module from the pad 39A launch tower.
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STS-124: Time-lapse of crawler
Posted: May 3, 2008
Duration: 30 sec
This time-lapsed video shows the crawler-transporter that carried the space shuttle Discovery from the Vehicle Assembly Building to pad 39A retreating following the overnight rollout. The crawler delivered the shuttle to the pad for the STS-124 mission.
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STS-124: Rollout to pad 39A
Posted: May 3, 2008
Duration: 4 min 22 sec
Space shuttle Discovery travels from Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building to launch pad 39A in the overnight hours of May 3 in preparation for liftoff on the STS-124 mission.
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Astronaut Hall of Fame: Class of 2008
Posted: May 3, 2008
Duration: 89 min 33 sec
Four former space shuttle commanders -- John Blaha, Bob Cabana, Bryan O'Connor and Loren Shriver -- were inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame on Saturday. It was the seventh group of shuttle crewmembers named to the hall, which has enshrined 70 astronauts.
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STS-124 pre-flight briefings: Programs
Posted: May 1, 2008
Duration: 76 min 17 sec
Space shuttle program manager John Shannon and international space station program manager Mike Suffredini open the day of pre-flight news conferences previewing Discovery's STS-124 mission launching the Kibo laboratory with this program perspectives briefing.
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STS-124 pre-flight briefings: The mission
Posted: May 1, 2008
Duration: 79 min 19 sec
A detailed preview of space shuttle Discovery's STS-124 mission to deliver Japan's science laboratory Kibo to the international space station is provided in this briefing.
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STS-124 pre-flight briefings: The EVAs
Posted: May 1, 2008
Duration: 39 min 47 sec
Three spacewalks are planned during space shuttle Discovery's STS-124 assembly mission to the space station. David Beaver, the lead spacewalk officer, previews the EVAs in this briefing.
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STS-124 pre-flight briefings: The Discovery astronauts meet the press
Posted: May 1, 2008
Duration: 36 min 23 sec
STS-124 commander Mark Kelly, pilot Ken Ham and mission specialists Karen Nyberg, Ron Garan, Mike Fossum, Akihiko Hoshide and Greg Chamitoff hold the traditional pre-flight news conference from Johnson Space Center on May 1.
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STS-124: Kibo's trip to launch pad
Posted: May 1, 2008
Duration: 4 min 11 sec
The Kibo science laboratory module bound for the space station is driven across Kennedy Space Center to launch pad 39A on April 29 for installation into the gantry to await shuttle Discovery's arrival at the complex.
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STS-124: Kibo goes vertical
Posted: May 1, 2008
Duration: 2 min 39 sec
The transportation canister housing the Japanese science laboratory module Kibo is rotated into a vertical position on April 24 in advance of the trip to launch pad 39A.
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STS-124: Kibo into transporter
Posted: May 1, 2008
Duration: 2 min 38 sec
Inside the Space Station Processing Facility at Kennedy Space Center on April 22, the Japanese science laboratory module Kibo is placed into the transportation canister for the trip to launch pad 39A.
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STS-124: Discovery hoisted for attachment to tank and boosters
Posted: April 28, 2008
Duration: 4 min 8 sec
Inside the Vehicle Assembly Building, space shuttle Discovery is hoisted into position for attachment to the external fuel tank and twin solid rocket boosters for the ship's STS-124 mission.
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STS-124: Shuttle Discovery hauled to Vehicle Assembly Building
Posted: April 28, 2008
Duration: 3 min 52 sec
Shuttle Discovery was transferred on April 26 from its hangar to the Vehicle Assembly Building where the spacecraft will be hooked up to its external fuel tank and twin solid rocket boosters in preparation for rollout to the launch pad.
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Closeup views of Complex 40 tower demolition at Cape Canaveral
Posted: April 28, 2008
Duration: 4 min 33 sec
This closeup footage shows the Complex 40 mobile service tower being explosively toppled on April 27. The gantry was knocked to the ground to be chopped up and hauled away as part of post-Titan era demolition of the Cape Canaveral launch pad.
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Complex 40 tower knocked down
Posted: April 27, 2008
Duration: 1 min 25 sec
The Complex 40 mobile service tower at Cape Canaveral's former Titan rocket launch pad was toppled using a couple hundred pounds of explosives at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 27. The giant gantry is being demolished as the pad is transformed into a facility for SpaceX's Falcon 9 rockets.
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STS-80: Double release and retrieve
Posted: April 25, 2008
Duration: 40 min 51 sec
Dispatching a German ultraviolet telescope and a saucer-shaped spacecraft designed to grow crystalline semiconductor thin films in the vacuum of space were launched aboard shuttle Columbia's mission in November 1996. Both the ORFEUS-SPAS and Wake Shield Facility satellites were deployed and retrieved during the mission. A planned spacewalk was cancelled when the airlock hatch couldn't be opened. The crew tells the story of STS-80 in this post-flight film.
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STS-79: Astronaut exchange on Mir
Posted: April 25, 2008
Duration: 42 min 28 sec
The record-setting spaceflight by astronaut Shannon Lucid aboard the Russian space station Mir concluded with shuttle Atlantis' mission in September 1996. The shuttle brought up John Blaha to begin his long-duration stay on Mir and ferried Lucid back to Earth. The STS-79 astronauts narrate their post-flight slide show and movie.
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STS-77: An inflating space antenna
Posted: April 25, 2008
Duration: 37 min 47 sec
A unique payload flew aboard shuttle Endeavour's May 1996 mission called the Inflatable Antenna Experiment designed to test inflatable structures in space. The STS-77 mission also carried a Spacehab module filled with microgravity experiments. The astronauts narrate the highlights of the mission in this post-flight film.
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