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STS-123 Flight Day 12: Science glovebox facility moved between station labs
Posted: March 22, 2008
Duration: 9 min 44 sec
Space station crewmates Peggy Whitson and Garrett Reisman transfer the large refrigerator-sized two microgravity glovebox science facility from the U.S. Destiny laboratory module to the European Space Agency's Columbus lab.
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STS-123 Flight Day 12: Heat shield inspections performed on shuttle
Posted: March 22, 2008
Duration: 14 min 7 sec
Using the Orbiter Boom Sensor System attached to the end of Endeavour's robotic arm, the astronauts perform inspections of the shuttle's wing leading edge panels and nose cap to look for any space debris impacts that could have occurred during the mission. This now-standard survey for each shuttle mission is known as the late inspections.
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STS-123 Flight Day 12: Animation previews the late inspection process
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 1 min 37 sec
Because the next shuttle mission, STS-124, will launch the massive Kibo science laboratory and the heat shield inspection boom won't fit in Discovery's payload bay, the Endeavour astronauts will leave their boom on the station. In this animation narrated by flight director Mike Moses, an inspection of Endeavour's wings and nose cap will be performed on Flight Day 12 to look for space debris hits, a task normally done after undocking.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: The highlights
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 22 min 31 sec
Video highlights from the fourth spacewalk of shuttle Endeavour's STS-123 mission are packaged into this Flight Day 11 movie. The astronauts conducted a heat shield repair demonstration to test the Tile Repair Ablator Dispenser (T-RAD) materials and techniques developed to fix a damaged shuttle in space.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Status briefing
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 22 min 19 sec
The Flight Day 11 status briefing for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-123 mission was held in Houston at 3 a.m. EDT on March 21 following completion of the fourth spacewalk.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Behnken tries to release a stuck connector
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 10 min 33 sec
Astronaut Bob Behnken gives another shot at freeing a stuck electrical cable on the Z1 truss that is associated with powering the station control gyros. Earlier in the spacewalk, Mike Foreman was unable to get a stubborn connect freed from a patch panel. Behnken tried but as seen in this movie, he was unsuccessful as well.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Tile repair gear stowed in payload bay for return
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 12 min 9 sec
The sample box and Tile Repair Ablator Dispenser (T-RAD) gun are stowed in the shuttle payload bay. The samples will be returned to Earth aboard Endeavour for extensive research to determine how the repair material and techniques performed.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Closeup view of the 'repaired' space shuttle tiles
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 9 min 45 sec
Mike Foreman gives the samples some final smoothing with a brush, then uses his helmet-mounted video camera a closeup scan of the 10 tile samples that were "repaired" during demonstration.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Shuttle tile repair demonstration - part 2
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 21 min 31 sec
Spacewalker Mike Foreman turns attention to repairing the second set of tile samples. These four samples used in the demonstration are patterned after actual tile damage seen previously on the space shuttle and from ice-impact testing conducted on the ground.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Shuttle tile repair demonstration - part 1
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 26 min 49 sec
The long-awaited tile repair demonstration test begins as Mike Foreman pulls the trigger on the dispenser gun to start flowing the thick, putty-like repair material. The material performance sample, the two density samples, the two adhesion samples and the multi-step sample are the first to be completed.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Repair dry run
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 8 min 12 sec
With the tile sample box now open, spacewalker Mike Foreman does a dry run with the Tile Repair Ablator Dispenser (T-RAD) gun to practice motions and such before beginning the test.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Spacewalkers set up worksite for tile repair demo
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 10 min 24 sec
The spacewalkers set up the equipment and tools on the Earth-facing hull of the station's Destiny laboratory module to begin the space shuttle tile repair demonstration test.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Foreman tries to release a stuck connector
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 5 min 14 sec
Mike Foreman fights with a stubborn electrical connector at the patch panel he was trying to reconfigure. As a result, flight controllers were not immediately able to switch one of the station's four stabilizing gyroscopes back to its own power supply as planned.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Astronauts egress airlock to begin EVA No. 4
Posted: March 21, 2008
Duration: 3 min 38 sec
After depressurizing the Quest airlock and swinging open the outer hatchway to space, astronauts Bob Behnken and Mike Foreman emerge from the space station to begin the fourth spacewalk of Endeavour's flight.
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STS-123 Flight Day 11: Tile repair preview
Posted: March 20, 2008
Duration: 1 min 52 sec
Lead STS-123 space station flight director Dana Weigel offers this preview of the tile repair demonstration to be performed during the fourth spacewalk of Endeavour's mission.
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STS-123: Animation of Dextre at work
Posted: March 20, 2008
Duration: 1 min 12 sec
This animation narrated by Daniel Rey, Dextre integration manager at the Canadian Space Agency, depicts how the servicing robot will remove and replace equipment on the station.
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STS-123: Japanese section of ISS
Posted: March 20, 2008
Duration: 1 min 50 sec
This animation narrated by Tetsuro Yokoyama, deputy project manager of the Kibo operation project team, depicts the Japanese segment of the space station beginning with the Kibo logistics module launched on Endeavour. Future sections include the Kibo science laboratory module and an external exposure facility.
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STS-123 Flight Day 10: The highlights
Posted: March 20, 2008
Duration: 37 min 29 sec
As the second-half of the STS-123 flight began, the astronauts enjoyed some mid-mission off-duty time, then received a Japanese VIP call, did some media interviews and started preparations for the next spacewalk. This movie shows the video highlights from Flight Day 10.
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STS-123 Flight Day 10: Status briefing
Posted: March 19, 2008
Duration: 19 min 46 sec
Lead STS-123 space shuttle flight director Mike Moses holds the status briefing for Flight Day 10 from the Johnson Space Center in Houston at 11 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, March 19.
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STS-123 Flight Day 10: Media interviews
Posted: March 19, 2008
Duration: 20 min 2 sec
The combined space shuttle Endeavour and space station Expedition 16 crews answer questions during live media interview with CBS News, NBC News and New Hampshire television station WMUR.
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