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Expedition 17: Soyuz assembled
Posted: April 7, 2008
Duration: 4 min 34 sec
During final assembly of the Expedition 17 crew's Soyuz launch vehicle, the escape tower is attached and then the combined third stage and encapsulated TMA-12 spacecraft are joined to the rocket's lower stages.
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Expedition 17: Crew's pre-flight preps
Posted: April 7, 2008
Duration: 19 min 6 sec
These video clips show some the activities that Expedition 17 commander Sergei Volkov, flight engineer Oleg Kononenko and South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi have completed at Baikonur Cosmodrome in the days leading up to launch.
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STS-124: Payload bay doors closed
Posted: April 6, 2008
Duration: 2 min 46 sec
The payload bay doors of space shuttle Discovery are closed as the spacecraft is readied for its departure from the Orbiter Processing Facility hangar on the road to the STS-124 mission.
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STS-124: Tank in the VAB
Posted: April 6, 2008
Duration: 5 min 37 sec
Inside the Vehicle Assembly Building on March 28, the external fuel tank for space shuttle Discovery's STS-124 mission is hoisted into a checkout bay to undergo preparations prior to attachment to the solid rocket boosters.
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STS-124: Tank arrives at Cape
Posted: April 6, 2008
Duration: 2 min 30 sec
The external fuel tank for space shuttle Discovery's STS-124 mission arrives at the Kennedy Space Center aboard a transport barge from the Lockheed Martin manufacturing plant near New Orleans. The tank was unloaded and moved to the Vehicle Assembly Building.
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STS-124: Boosters stacked
Posted: April 6, 2008
Duration: 1 min 45 sec
The twin solid rocket boosters for shuttle Discovery's STS-124 mission are shown in this footage shot March 19 stacked atop the mobile launching platform inside the Vehicle Assembly Building.
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STS-124: Discovery preps
Posted: April 6, 2008
Duration: 4 min 57 sec
Technicians work on space shuttle Discovery inside the Orbiter Processing Facility hangar in this footage shot on March 19. Discovery is in the hangar being prepped for the STS-124 mission.
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STS-76: Shannon Lucid launches to Mir
Posted: April 5, 2008
Duration: 21 min 12 sec
When space shuttle Atlantis returned to the space station Mir for the third cooperative docking, NASA astronaut Shannon Lucid moved aboard the Russian orbiting complex to begin a long-duration science mission. The STS-76 astronauts review their March 1996 flight in this movie.
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STS-75: Tethered satellite breaks free
Posted: April 5, 2008
Duration: 38 min 20 sec
The STS-75 mission in early 1996 flew the Tethered Satellite System back into orbit for a second attempt at unreeling a ball-shaped spacecraft on the end of a 12-mile-long shoelace-sized tether. The tether had jammed during deployment on STS-46 in 1992. During this reflight, the astronauts had succeeded in getting the craft nearly fully extended when the tether suddenly broke. The crew describes the mission in this post-flight film.
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STS-72: In pursuit of a Japanese satellite
Posted: April 5, 2008
Duration: 29 min 1 sec
Launching in the middle of the night, space shuttle Endeavour set off in pursuit of the Space Flyer Unit, a Japanese science satellite that had been orbiting Earth for 10 months and would be returned to Earth aboard the shuttle. The STS-72 astronauts recap their January 1996 mission, which also deployed and recovered a NASA satellite and conducted a pair of test spacewalks, in this post-flight movie.
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Jules Verne docking: News briefing
Posted: April 3, 2008
Duration: 16 min 51 sec
Flight director Brian Smith gives this post-docking news briefing from NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston after Jules Verne's successful linkup with the International Space Station.
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Jules Verne docking: Freighter completes successful linkup with space station
Posted: April 3, 2008
Duration: 8 min 30 sec
The Jules Verne spacecraft closes the final 36 feet and successfully docks to the Zvezda service module of the International Space Station at 10:45 a.m. EDT on April 3. This maiden flight of Europe's Automated Transfer Vehicle begins supplies and cargo to the station.
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Jules Verne docking: Last hold point
Posted: April 3, 2008
Duration: 5 min 52 sec
The next step in the final approach sequence is accomplished by Jules Verne as the cargo freighter flies to the stationkeeping point 36 feet away from the International Space Station and stops there for last-minute checks before docking.
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Jules Verne docking: Pulling closer
Posted: April 3, 2008
Duration: 6 min 28 sec
The first step in the final approach sequence is accomplished by Jules Verne as the cargo freighter flies to the stationkeeping point 62 feet away from the International Space Station.
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Jules Verne docking: Rendezvous
Posted: April 3, 2008
Duration: 6 min 5 sec
After spending three days away from the space station following Demo Day 2, the Jules Verne spacecraft performs another rendezvous and heads to a stationkeeping position just 820 feet behind the docking port.
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Expedition 16/17: Transition briefing
Posted: April 2, 2008
Duration: 61 min 25 sec
In advance of the Expedition 17 crew's launch to the space station, NASA held this briefing from Houston on April 2 to preview the upcoming long-duration mission and recap the accomplishments of the station's soon-to-land Expedition 16 crew.
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STS-122: The astronauts review their mission highlights
Posted: April 1, 2008
Duration: 59 min 25 sec
The centerpiece contribution to the space station by the European Space Agency -- the Columbus science research module -- was added to the outposted in February 2008 by the shuttle Atlantis crew. The STS-122 crew narrates its highlights film and answers questions in this post-flight presentation.
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Jules Verne: Demo Day 2 backing out
Posted: March 31, 2008
Duration: 11 min 35 sec
After successfully completing the Demonstration Day 2 rendezvous and approach to the space station, Automated Transfer Vehicle performs its "escape" maneuver to quickly fly away.
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Jules Verne: Demo Day 2 close approach
Posted: March 31, 2008
Duration: 5 min 33 sec
Jules Verne makes its closest approach to the Zvezda service module's docking port on the International Space Station, successfully flying within 36 feet of the complex for the Demonstration Day 2 dress rehearsal.
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Jules Verne: Demo Day 2 inbound
Posted: March 31, 2008
Duration: 10 min 50 sec
The Automated Transfer Vehicle begins moving closer toward the International Space Station as part of Demonstration Day 2, initially testing its "retreat" departure sequence and then reaching a holding point about 62 feet from the station.
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