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STS-123 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Port SRB looking downward
Posted: March 17, 2008
Duration: 3 min 1 sec
The downward-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 Flight Day 7: The highlights
Posted: March 17, 2008
Duration: 27 min 36 sec
The newly installed 11-foot-long arms of the space station's handyman robot Dextre were flexed for the first time during Flight Day 7. All of the day's video highlights are packaged into this movie.
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STS-123 Flight Day 7: Media interviews
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 20 min 47 sec
Members of the shuttle Endeavour and space station Expedition 16 crews answer questions during live interviews with KMOX Radio in St. Louis, WEWS TV in Cleveland and WBZ TV in Boston.
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STS-123 Flight Day 7: Status briefing
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 17 min 52 sec
The Flight Day 7 mission status briefing featuring updates from NASA and Canadian Space Agency officials was held Sunday evening at 8 p.m. EDT from Houston.
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STS-123 Flight Day 7: Dextre moves arms
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 11 min 4 sec
The Canadian Space Agency's space station robot, Dextre, is subjected to joint-by-joint brake tests to make sure its newly connected 11-foot-long arms are working properly.
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STS-123 Flight Day 6: The highlights
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 35 min 1 sec
This movie features the video highlights from Flight Day 6 of space shuttle Endeavour's STS-123 mission. The day was dedicated to the flight's second spacewalk to continue assembly of the Dextre robot.
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STS-123 Flight Day 6: Status briefing
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 23 min 19 sec
NASA and Canadian Space Agency officials hold the the Flight Day 6 status briefing for Endeavour's STS-123 mission following completion of the second spacewalk of the flight.
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STS-123 Flight Day 6: Second arm attached to the Dextre's main body
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 10 min 10 sec
With spacewalker Rick Linnehan perched on the end of the space station Canadarm2 and Mike Foreman free-floating, the two astronauts work to install Dextre's second arm.
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STS-123 Flight Day 6: First arm attached to the Dextre's main body
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 5 min 59 sec
The first of two 11-foot-long, seven-joint arms of the Dextre maintenance robot is installed onto the Canadian-made device's main body by spacewalkers Rick Linnehan and Mike Foreman.
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STS-123 Flight Day 6: Dextre sits up
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 3 min 18 sec
The torso of Dextre does a "sit up" with the help of spacewalker Rick Linnehan. The main body is raised up in the Spacelab pallet in preparation for attachment of its two arms.
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STS-123 Flight Day 6: Dextre's second arm removed from launch carrier
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 21 min 16 sec
The second of Dextre's arm is released from the launch pallet by spacewalker Rick Linnehan and handed off to fellow astronaut Mike Foreman for temporary holding prior to installation onto Dextre's torso.
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STS-123 Flight Day 6: Dextre's first arm removed from launch carrier
Posted: March 16, 2008
Duration: 15 min 38 sec
Resorting to brute force and a pry bar, the spacewalkers finally win a battle with stubborn fasteners holding Dextre's first arm to the launch pallet. The 11-foot arm is then moved to a temporarily stowage position for installation on Dextre's main body later in the EVA.
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STS-123 Flight Day 5: The highlights
Posted: March 15, 2008
Duration: 32 min 9 sec
The space station and shuttle crews opened up and entered Japan's new Kibo logistics module during Flight Day 5 of Endeavour's STS-123 mission. All of the day's video highlights are available in this movie.
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STS-123 Flight Day 5: Media interviews
Posted: March 15, 2008
Duration: 20 min 5 sec
Shuttle commander Dom Gorie, pilot Greg Johnson and new station crewmember Garrett Reisman participate in the interviews with ABC News, space.com and the Florida Today newspaper.
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STS-123 Flight Day 5: Status briefing
Posted: March 15, 2008
Duration: 34 min 22 sec
After the successful routing of power the Dextre and the opening of hatches into the new Japanese logistics module, the Flight Day 5 status briefing for mission STS-123 was held.
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STS-123 Flight Day 5: Dextre comes alive
Posted: March 15, 2008
Duration: 3 min 12 sec
The space station's arm moves in and grapples Dextre robot in an effort to feed keep-alive power to the partially-assembled Dextre robot. A problem within Dextre's launch pallet had prevented power from reaching the robot as planned.
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STS-123 Flight Day 5: Module ingress
Posted: March 15, 2008
Duration: 15 min 10 sec
Japanese astronaut Takao Doi and space station commander Peggy Whitson mark the official opening and dedication of the Kibo logistics module. It is the first Japanese module added to the station complex.
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Delta 2 GPS 2R-19: Launch
Posted: March 15, 2008
Duration: 2 min 30 sec
A United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket lifts off from Cape Canaveral carrying the U.S. Air Force's Global Positioning System Block 2R-19 spacecraft.
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STS-123 Flight Day 5: Update from Mission Management Team chairman
Posted: March 14, 2008
Duration: 39 min 31 sec
Mission Management Team chairman LeRoy Cain holds this news conference from Houston at 5 p.m. EDT March 14 following the MMT's meeting. He discusses the latest plans to overcome the Dextre pallet power glitch by using the station arm to grapple the robot.
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STS-123 Flight Day 4: Status briefing
Posted: March 14, 2008
Duration: 39 min 14 sec
NASA, JAXA and Canadian space officials hold the the Flight Day 4 status briefing for Endeavour's STS-123 mission following completion of the first spacewalk of the flight.
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