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STS-123 Flight Day 10: Japanese VIP call
Posted: March 19, 2008
Duration: 22 min 47 sec
Japanese astronaut Takao Doi, space station Expedition 16 commander Peggy Whitson and shuttle Endeavour commander Dom Gorie receive a VIP call from Japanese officials marking the first Kibo module arrival at the station. (with English translation)
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STS-123: Special launch video presented by the Endeavour astronauts
Posted: March 19, 2008
Duration: 21 min 34 sec
The shuttle Endeavour crew has downlinked a special treat for space fans. The video camera on the flight deck recorded the astronauts' launch, beginning with the final minutes of the countdown, closing their visors, roaring off the pad and climbing into orbit. What makes this video even cooler is the live cockpit intercom audio, which allows you to hear the crewmembers talking to each other during the trip to space.
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STS-123 Flight Day 9: The highlights
Posted: March 19, 2008
Duration: 22 min 52 sec
A busy day of robotics, including the move of Dextre to the Destiny lab and berthing the robot's assembly pallet back into the shuttle payload bay, is highlighted in the Flight Day 9 movie. The crew's day concluded with a group dinner in the Russian Zvezda module.
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STS-123 Flight Day 9: Dextre robot's launch carrier pallet stowed
Posted: March 19, 2008
Duration: 8 min 57 sec
The Spacelab pallet that carried to orbit the pieces of Canada's Dextre handyman robot is returned to the payload bay of space shuttle Endeavour for its eventual ride back to Earth.
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STS-123 Flight Day 9: Status briefing
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 30 min 28 sec
Space station flight director Kwatsi Alibaruho gives this Flight Day 9 status briefing on Endeavour's STS-123 mission to the outpost at 8:30 p.m. EDT on March 18.
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STS-123 Flight Day 9: Dextre robot joined to the Destiny lab module
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 14 min 15 sec
After hanging on the space station's arm overnight while the astronauts slept, the Dextre robot is maneuvered to the grapple fixture on Earth-facing side of the U.S. Destiny laboratory.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8/9: Animation previews Dextre's relocation
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 41 sec
This animation narrated by lead STS-123 space station flight director Dana Weigel depicts the station arm removing the Dextre robot from its pallet on Flight Day 8 and placing it on the Destiny lab on Flight Day 9.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: The highlights
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 29 min 3 sec
The third spacewalk of Endeavour's mission completed assembly of the Canadian maintenance robot named Dextre and moved spare parts from the shuttle to the space station. The Flight Day 8 highlights are packaged into this movie.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Assembled Dextre robot freed from launch pallet
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 14 min 59 sec
The station's arm removes the now-assembled Dextre from its launch carrier pallet. The handyman robot was constructed during the first three spacewalks of Endeavour's mission.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Status briefing
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 15 min 5 sec
The Flight Day 8 status briefing for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-123 mission was held early in the morning March 18 following completion of the third spacewalk.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Spare DCSU 2
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 7 min 52 sec
Rick Linnehan has placed the second of the two spare direct current switching units on the station stowage deck outside the Quest airlock module. This completes the last major task for tonight's spacewalk.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Spacewalker unable to install MISSE science package
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 9 min 28 sec
Spacewalker Bob Behnken tries to install the materials exposure science package, called MISSE 6, to external brackets on the Columbus laboratory module. Efforts to engage a locking pin on the socket were unsuccessful, prompting the suitcase-size experiment to be returned to its launch carrier on the sidewall of shuttle Endeavour's payload bay.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Spare DCSU 1
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 9 min 23 sec
Rick Linnehan moves the first of two spare electronic boxes, called direct current switching units, or DCSUs, from the shuttle to an external storage platform on the station.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Spare arm joint
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 14 min 25 sec
The station arm maneuvers Rick Linnehan back to the payload bay to pick up a spare jaw joint for transfer from the shuttle to an external parts deck on the station. The joint was launched on Endeavour as part of a strategy to stockpile spare parts on the station for use when needed.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Experiment mounting plate added to Columbus
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 7 min 56 sec
Perched on the station arm, Rick Linnehan travels down to the shuttle payload bay to retrieve a 200-pound mounting plate and then connects it to one of the Columbus lab module's outboard external brackets. A materials exposure science package, called MISSE 6, will be installed on the plate.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Dextre tool holder
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 3 min 1 sec
Another piece of equipment -- a tool holder assembly -- is attached below Dextre's right arm by spacewalkers Rick Linnehan and Bob Behnken, bringing the robot assembly closer to completion.
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STS-123 Flight Day 8: Third spacewalk resumes assembly of Dextre robot
Posted: March 18, 2008
Duration: 17 min 35 sec
Spacewalkers Rick Linnehan and Bob Behnken install the the Orbital Replacement Unit Tool Platform device on the Canadian Dextre robot. The task required some extra effort by the astronauts when their battery-powered tool couldn't engage the bolts, forcing the crew to manually ratchet the fasteners.
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STS-123 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Starboard SRB looking upward
Posted: March 17, 2008
Duration: 2 min 54 sec
The upward-facing video camera on space shuttle Endeavour's right-hand solid rocket booster provides this footage of the vehicle's nighttime launch on STS-123. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-123 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Port SRB looking upward
Posted: March 17, 2008
Duration: 2 min 38 sec
The upward-facing video camera on space shuttle Endeavour's left-hand solid rocket booster provides this footage of the vehicle's nighttime launch on STS-123. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-123 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Port SRB looking inboard
Posted: March 17, 2008
Duration: 2 min 26 sec
The sideways-facing video camera on space shuttle Endeavour's left-hand solid rocket booster provides this footage of the external tank's intertank foam insulation and then SRB separation on STS-123. (Includes live launch audio!)
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