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STS-123 Flight Day 14: Observing city lights of America from space
Posted: March 24, 2008
Duration: 6 min 44 sec
A camera on the shuttle/station complex captured this remarkable nighttime footage of the United States around 10:30 p.m. EDT on March 23, as the spacecraft passed over Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky and continued northeastward with amazing views of New York City and Boston.
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STS-123 Flight Day 14: A moonset
Posted: March 24, 2008
Duration: 2 min 24 sec
An external camera on the orbiting space station and shuttle Endeavour complex captures this beautiful view of a moonset as the docked spacecraft flew over the far south Pacific Ocean around 8:20 p.m. EDT on March 23.
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STS-123 Flight Day 14: Status briefing
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 16 min 59 sec
Space station flight director Kwatsi Alibaruho gives this Flight Day 14 status briefing on Endeavour's STS-123 mission to the outpost at 6:30 p.m. EDT on Sunday evening, March 23.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: The highlights
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 31 min 34 sec
This is the Flight Day 13 highlights movie. Astronauts Bob Behnken and Mike Foreman went outside for a six-hour spacewalk, installing Endeavour's 50-foot-long heat shield inspection boom on the space station for use by the next shuttle mission, deploying an experiment package they were unable to attach earlier and inspecting the station's damaged solar array rotary joint.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Status briefing
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 12 min 51 sec
The Flight Day 13 status briefing for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-123 mission was held in Houston at 1 a.m. EDT on March 23 following completion of the fifth and final spacewalk.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Concluding the final spacewalk of Endeavour mission
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 7 min 48 sec
Astronauts Bob Behnken and Mike Foreman return to the station's Quest airlock module and close the hatch as the fifth and final spacewalk of Endeavour's STS-123 neared completion.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Helmet-cam survey of exposure science experiments
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 3 min 4 sec
With both MISSE 6 experiments successfully attached to the station and opened up, spacewalker Bob Behnken uses his helmet-mounted video camera to show these packages that expose various materials and coatings to the environment of low-Earth orbit for an extended duration of time.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Second MISSE package retrieved from payload bay
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 6 min 38 sec
The second small suitcase-size Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE) package is retrieved from its launch carrier in shuttle Endeavour's payload bay.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: MISSE external science experiment installed
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 4 min 55 sec
Spacewalker Bob Behnken carries the first MISSE materials exposure science experiment case from the shuttle payload bay and installs the package to a plate on the station's Columbus laboratory.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Further inspections of station truss rotary joint
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 7 min 6 sec
Spacewalker Mike Foreman removes a cover panel on the starboard-side space station truss rotary joint for inspections of the internal ring contamination and damage.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Boom's sensor package covered up for protection
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 4 min 50 sec
Mike Foreman slides a cover onto the end of the boom to shield the sensor package during this two-month storage in space. The shroud will guard against contamination and help with thermal protection.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Boom successfully mounted to the station
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 13 min 51 sec
Endeavour's heat shield inspection boom is successfully installed onto the space station truss structure. The boom will remain anchored there for two months until the crew of shuttle Discovery arrives at the station. Discovery's payload bay will be too full to carry its own boom.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Heat shield boom moved into reach of spacewalkers
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 16 min 1 sec
The station arm maneuvers the Orbiter Boom Sensor System to the proper position for the spacewalkers to manually grab the boom for docking into the retention brackets.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Good connection confirmed for boom umbilical
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 6 min 57 sec
The station robot arm moves the OBSS within just a few feet of the truss. The keep alive umbilical will provide heater power to keep the boom's sensors and camera package warm and alive during the two-month storage on the station.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Critical umbilical for boom is installed on station
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 11 min 27 sec
Spacewalkers Bob Behnken and Mike Foreman install the keep alive umbilical equipment to the space station truss and mate connectors in preparation for storing the Orbiter Boom Sensor System.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Boom handoff
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 2 min 5 sec
The 50-foot-long Orbiter Boom Sensor System is handed off from the shuttle arm to the space station's arm, which will maneuver the boom toward the truss for the spacewalkers to manually install onto brackets.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Astronauts egress airlock to begin EVA No. 5
Posted: March 23, 2008
Duration: 5 min 20 sec
With the airlock depressurized, astronauts Bob Behnken and Mike Foreman open the hatchway to space and float outside the station's Quest module to begin the fifth and final spacewalk of Endeavour's mission.
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STS-123 Flight Day 13: Shuttle inspection boom will be left on the station
Posted: March 22, 2008
Duration: 1 min 56 sec
This animation narrated by lead STS-123 space shuttle flight director Mike Moses depicts the Orbiter Boom Sensor System being mounted on the space station during Endeavour's fifth spacewalk. The OBSS will remain anchored to the station for use by the next shuttle flight, STS-124, which cannot launch with a boom due to its large payload.
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STS-123 Flight Day 12: The highlights
Posted: March 22, 2008
Duration: 17 min 18 sec
The Flight Day 12 highlights movie shows the space shuttle astronauts surveying Endeavour's wing leading edge panels and nose cap for any space debris impacts suffered during the mission and the space station crew moving large experiment racks into the Columbus lab.
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STS-123 Flight Day 12: Status briefing
Posted: March 22, 2008
Duration: 20 min 39 sec
Lead STS-123 space shuttle flight director Mike Moses gives the Flight Day 12 status briefing from the Johnson Space Center at 11 p.m. EDT on Friday night, March 21.
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