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ATV animation: Space station arrival
Posted: February 1, 2008
Duration: 1 min 12 sec
Animation depicting the Automated Transfer Vehicle conducting its unpiloted rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station is presented here with expert narration by Bob Chesson, head of ESA's human spaceflight and exploration operations.
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ATV animation: Boosting the station
Posted: February 1, 2008
Duration: 1 min
Animation depicting the Automated Transfer Vehicle using its rocket engines to boost the entire International Space Station into a higher orbit is presented here with expert narration by Bob Chesson, head of ESA's human spaceflight and exploration operations.
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ATV animation: Reentry to end mission
Posted: February 1, 2008
Duration: 1 min 14 sec
Animation depicting the Automated Transfer Vehicle undocking from the space station's Zvezda service module at the conclusion of its mission, performing the deorbit maneuvers and reentering the atmosphere for disposal is presented here with expert narration by Bob Chesson, head of ESA's human spaceflight and exploration operations.
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Expedition 16: BMRRM spacewalk recap
Posted: January 30, 2008
Duration: 31 min 57 sec
The seven-hour spacewalk conducted Jan. 30 by station commander Peggy Whitson and flight engineer Dan Tani to replace the broken solar array drive motor is recapped in this briefing
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STS-122: Flight Readiness Review briefing
Posted: January 30, 2008
Duration: 40 min 24 sec
This update on space shuttle Atlantis' STS-122 is given following the Flight Readiness Review on Jan. 30. NASA officials announce that Atlantis remains targeted for launch Feb. 7, pending analysis of a kinked hose in the shuttle's cooling system.
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MESSENGER science briefing
Posted: January 30, 2008
Duration: 55 min 33 sec
Scientists present imagery and instrument data collected by NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft during the probe's close-encounter flyby of the planet Mercury on January 14. The craft observed part of the planet never before seen.
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Expedition 16: Failed BMRRM stowed
Posted: January 30, 2008
Duration: 4 min 15 sec
The failed Bearing Motor Roll Ring Module is placed into a protective cover by the two spacewalkers. The BMRRM will be brought into the station's Quest airlock for its eventual return to Earth.
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Expedition 16: New BMRRM installed
Posted: January 30, 2008
Duration: 19 min 47 sec
The new Bearing Motor Roll Ring Module, or BMRRM, needed to pivot one of the space station Starboard 4 truss solar wings to maximize power generation, is installed to replace the failed unit. Whitson then engages bolts and hooks up connectors as seen via her helmetcam.
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Expedition 16: Failed solar array drive motor removed by spacewalkers
Posted: January 30, 2008
Duration: 14 min 50 sec
Spacewalkers Peggy Whitson and Dan Tani disconnect cables from the failed Bearing Motor Roll Ring Module, or BMRRM, and then pull the device out of its canister beneath the Starboard 4 truss solar array.
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Expedition 16: BMRRM removal preps
Posted: January 30, 2008
Duration: 4 min 4 sec
As seen through her helmet-mounted video camera, Expedition 16 commander Peggy Whitson uses a tool to prepare the failed Bearing Motor Roll Ring Module, or BMRRM, for removal from the space station.
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Expedition 16: BMRRM replacement spacewalk preview
Posted: January 28, 2008
Duration: 53 min 50 sec
The Jan. 30 spacewalk by Expedition 16 commander Peggy Whitson and flight engineer Dan Tani to replace a failed Bearing Motor Roll Ring Module, or BMRRM, on the starboard solar array truss is previewed during this news briefing.
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STS-98: Atlantis launches the International Space Station's Destiny
Posted: January 28, 2008
Duration: 19 min 10 sec
NASA's centerpiece module of the International Space Station -- the U.S. science laboratory Destiny -- rode to orbit aboard shuttle Atlantis in February 2001. The STS-98 astronauts tell the story of their mission in this post-flight movie.
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STS-97: Station spreads its wings
Posted: January 25, 2008
Duration: 17 min 43 sec
Mounting the massive P6 power truss to the space station and unfurling its two solar wings in dramatic fashion were the tasks for shuttle Endeavour's crew in December 2000. The STS-97 astronauts narrate the post-flight movie.
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STS-92: Construction zone in space
Posted: January 25, 2008
Duration: 20 min 24 sec
The space shuttle Discovery crew gives the space station a new docking port and the box-like Z1 truss equipped with four stabilizing gyroscopes and a key communications antenna during the STS-92 assembly mission in October 2000. The astronauts narrate their flight highlights in this movie.
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NASA's Earth science update
Posted: January 25, 2008
Duration: 72 min 9 sec
NASA leaders discuss the agency's Earth science program and preview major activities planned for 2008, including the launch of two new Earth-observing missions and a weather satellite, during this briefing held January 24 in Washington.
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Expedition 17: Crew briefing
Posted: January 25, 2008
Duration: 48 min 7 sec
Russian cosmonauts and American astronauts to serve aboard the International Space Station during various stages of the Expedition 17 mission, plus a South Korean spaceflight participant hold this pre-flight news conference from Houston on January 15.
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STS-106: Making the station a home
Posted: January 12, 2008
Duration: 23 min 4 sec
Following the Russian Zvezda service module's long-awaited launch to the International Space Station to serve as the outpost's living quarters, the shuttle Atlantis pays a visit in September 2000 to prepare the complex for arrival of the first resident crew. The STS-106 astronauts narrate the post-flight movie.
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STS-101: A service call to the station
Posted: January 12, 2008
Duration: 15 min 8 sec
An impromptu maintenance mission to the new International Space Station was flown by space shuttle Atlantis, fresh from a major overhaul and installation of a glass cockpit, in May 2000. Ongoing delays in assembling the station prompted NASA to stage the STS-101 flight to deliver supplies and perform repairs aboard the spacecraft. The astronauts narrate their mission highlights movie.
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STS-96: First docking with ISS
Posted: January 9, 2008
Duration: 15 min 33 sec
The first space shuttle mission to dock with the fledgling International Space Station came in May 1999 when Discovery linked up with the two-module orbiting outpost. The STS-96 crew tells the story of the mission in this highlights movie.
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STS-88: Construction of the International Space Station begins
Posted: January 7, 2008
Duration: 34 min 20 sec
Orbital construction of the International Space Station commenced in late 1998 with the first element -- Russia's Zarya module -- being launched aboard an unmanned Proton rocket and space shuttle Endeavour bringing up the American Unity connecting hub. The astronauts from the STS-88 mission narrate the highlights from the historic first steps in building the orbiting outpost.
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