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Widescreen Delta 4-Heavy launch video shot from Press Site
Posted: November 11, 2007
Duration: 3 min 24 sec
This is our widescreen launch video showing the Delta 4-Heavy rocket firing into the night sky with the Defense Support Program 23 satellite. The footage was shot from Press Site at Kennedy Space Center.
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Delta 4-Heavy rocket launches Defense Support Program 23 satellite
Posted: November 10, 2007
Duration: 7 min 30 sec
The first operational Delta 4-Heavy rocket blasts away from Cape Canaveral's Complex 37 at 8:50 p.m. EST carrying the 23rd and final Defense Support Program missile warning satellite for the U.S. Air Force.
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DSP-23 is placed atop its payload adaptor
Posted: November 10, 2007
Duration: 2 min 4 sec
The Defense Support Program (DSP) 23 satellite placed atop the payload adaptor that will attach to its Delta 4 Heavy rocket. The operation took place at Cape Canaveral in January 2007.
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DSP-23 is transported to the launch pad
Posted: November 10, 2007
Duration: 2 min 40 sec
The Defense Support Program (DSP) missile warning satellite inside its payload fairing is transported to pad 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Station in readiness for its launch on a Delta 4 Heavy.
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Defense Support Program (DSP) satellite animation
Posted: November 10, 2007
Duration: 55 sec
Animation of the Defense Support Program (DSP) missile warning satellite network. The last in the series of satellites is due to be launched on a Delta 4 Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral.
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Delta 4 Heavy/DSP-23 Pre-launch News Conference
Posted: November 10, 2007
Duration: 39 min 52 sec
U.S. Air Force and space industry officials hold a news conference to discuss the upcoming launch of a Delta 4 Heavy rocket with the last DSP missile warning satellite.
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Expedition 16: EVA preview
Posted: November 9, 2007
Duration: 4 min 1 sec
Tomas Gonzalez-Torres, Expedition 16 lead spacewalk officer, provides narration to this animation showing the tasks to be accomplished during the November 9 EVA by the Expedition 16 crew.
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STS-120 Landing: Crew news conference
Posted: November 7, 2007
Duration: 20 min 32 sec
Five members of space shuttle Discovery's crew, just hours after returning to Earth from their two-week spaceflight, hold this news conference at the Kennedy Space Center Press Site.
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STS-120 Landing: Post-flight briefing
Posted: November 7, 2007
Duration: 38 min 38 sec
Senior NASA officials hold this press conference from the Kennedy Space Center following the successful landing of shuttle Discovery to talk about the accomplishments of STS-120.
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STS-120 Landing: Touchdown as seen live
Posted: November 7, 2007
Duration: 4 min 16 sec
Discovery returns home to the Florida spaceport after its two-week mission that delivered the Harmony connecting module to the space station, creating a gateway to the international science laboratories that will be launched during the next three shuttle flights.
STS-120
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STS-120 Flight Day 15: The highlights
Posted: November 6, 2007
Duration: 22 min 55 sec
The final full day in space for shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts was Flight Day 15. The video highlights for the day are packaged together into this movie.
STS-120
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STS-120 Flight Day 15: Status briefing
Posted: November 6, 2007
Duration: 12 min 23 sec
Entry flight director Bryan Lunney previews space shuttle Discovery's deorbit and landing opportunities to bring the STS-120 mission to conclusion during this Flight Day 15 status briefing.
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STS-120 Flight Day 15: Crew interviews
Posted: November 6, 2007
Duration: 19 min 26 sec
The seven returning astronauts aboard space shuttle Discovery gather together on the flight deck for live interviews with reporters from the Associated Press, space.com and Lincoln Journal Star newspaper.
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STS-120 Flight Day 14: The highlights
Posted: November 5, 2007
Duration: 23 min 24 sec
Flight Day 14 saw space shuttle Discovery leave the International Space Station and set sail for home to conclude a highly successful mission. The highlights from undocking day are packaged into this movie.
STS-120
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STS-122: Widescreen movie of rollover
Posted: November 5, 2007
Duration: 6 min 49 sec
Our widescreen movie shows space shuttle Atlantis' trip from the processing hangar to the Vehicle Assembly Building on November 3. This quarter-mile trip is known as rollover.
STS-122
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STS-120 Flight Day 14: Status briefing
Posted: November 5, 2007
Duration: 33 min 51 sec
Lead STS-120 space shuttle flight director Rick LaBrode and space shuttle program manager Wayne Hale discuss a variety of topics during the Flight Day 14 status briefing from Houston.
STS-120
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STS-120 Flight Day 14: Flyaround
Posted: November 5, 2007
Duration: 9 min 16 sec
External cameras aboard the International Space Station capture these views of Discovery as the space shuttle performs a one-lap flyaround of the orbiting complex following undocking.
STS-120
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STS-120 Flight Day 14: Undocking
Posted: November 5, 2007
Duration: 5 min
Shuttle Discovery undocks from the space station to begin the journey back to Earth. The shuttle continued construction of the orbiting complex by delivering Harmony, connecting module that will serve as the passageway to international science laboratories to be launched in the coming months.
STS-120
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STS-120 Flight Day 14: Animated preview of the undocking and flyaround
Posted: November 5, 2007
Duration: 1 min 21 sec
This animation narrated by lead STS-120 space shuttle flight director Rick LaBrode shows Discovery's undocking from the International Space Station and a one-lap flyaround of the complex.
STS-120
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STS-120 Flight Day 13: The highlights
Posted: November 4, 2007
Duration: 40 min 55 sec
The space shuttle Discovery astronauts say goodbye to their space station Expedition 16 crewmates on Flight Day 13 of the STS-120 mission. The day's video highlights are collected in this movie.
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