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STS-120 Flight Day 9: The highlights
Posted: October 31, 2007
Duration: 35 min 22 sec
The Halloween edition of the mission highlights includes a cleverly carved pumpkin in the Houston control center with the Expedition 16 crew emblem and Clay Anderson's "Count Clay" costume.
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STS-120 Flight Day 9: Status briefing
Posted: October 31, 2007
Duration: 65 min 18 sec
ISS program manager Mike Suffredini and lead STS-120 station flight director Derek Hassmann give the Flight Day 9 status briefing with new details on the solar array damage and options for repair.
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STS-120 Flight Day 9: Joint crew in-flight news conference
Posted: October 31, 2007
Duration: 39 min 36 sec
The space shuttle Discovery astronauts and the International Space Station's Expedition 16 crew assemble in the Destiny lab module for the in-flight news conference with reporters in the U.S., Italy and Russia.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: The highlights
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 54 min 10 sec
Highlights from Flight Day 8 of space shuttle Discovery's STS-120 mission are packaged into this movie. The day saw the mission's third spacewalk as the Port 6 truss was installed at its permanent mounting point. But one of the solar wings was damaged during its unfurling.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: Status briefing
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 55 min 11 sec
The Mission Status Briefing for Flight Day 8 recaps the spacewalk and the Port 6 solar array damage with flight director Derek Hassmann, EVA officer Dina Contella and ISS program manager Mike Suffredini.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: Solar blanket tears
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 14 min 20 sec
The second of two solar power wings on the space station's Port 6 truss was damaged during deployment today, leaving the array blanket deformed with a hole and serious questions of what to do next.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: First P6 truss solar array fully unfurled
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 12 min 22 sec
Full deployment is successfully achieved on the first of two power-generating solar arrays of the International Space Station's Port 6 truss. The 2B solar wing stretches 115 feet in length.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: Deployment sequence for P6 arrays begins
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 5 min 49 sec
Mission Control sends signals to slowly start deploying the two solar wings of the newly-installed Port 6 truss. Both arrays are extended two sections, or bays. Each wing is comprised of 31 bays.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: Spare part moved
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 14 min 49 sec
Perched on the end of shuttle Discovery's robot arm, spacewalker Doug Wheelock carries a spare main bus power switching unit for stowage on an external deck of the station. The unit was launched on the sidewall of shuttle Discovery's payload bay.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: Rotary joint inspections on port-side
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 9 min 46 sec
Scott Parazynski opens a cover on the station's port-side rotary joint for inspections to compare that normally-operating mechanism with the condition seen on the suspect starboard joint. No metal shavings or debris were found in the port-side joint.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: P6 radiator
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 7 min 23 sec
With the Port 6 truss firmly installed, remote control commands are issued to unfold the stowed photovoltaic radiator on the side of the space station's solar power truss.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: Photo time
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 1 min 15 sec
Astronaut Scott Parazynski poses for photographs as fellow spacewalker Doug Wheelock uses his still camera to snap some shots midway through the mission's third EVA.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: P6 shrouds
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 5 min 53 sec
The spacewalkers work together to remove protective thermal shrouds placed over equipment on the P6 truss. The covers had been installed during the first spacewalk of the mission to shield the hardware during the truss relocation.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: P6 captured by claw-like latch on P5 truss
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 15 min 55 sec
With just six inches left to go, the robot arm makes the final push to place P6 at its permanent location on the outpost. Doug Wheelock closes a claw-like device to capture the truss to its attachment point.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: Watch the spacewalkers helping guide P6 into place
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 22 min 49 sec
Spacewalkers Scott Parazynski and Doug Wheelock are giving visual reports to robot arm operators Stephanie Wilson and Dan Tani as the P6 truss is maneuvered into position for attachment. The arm controllers do not have any good camera views for this truss installation job, making the spacewalkers' calls on alignment most crucial.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: Spacewalk begins
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 2 min 17 sec
Space shuttle Discovery astronaut Doug Wheelock emerges from the Quest airlock module of the International Space Station to begin the spacewalk to install the P6 truss.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: P6 maneuvered
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 7 min 6 sec
The International Space Station's robotic arm moves the Port 6 truss from the overnight park location toward its installation point on the far port-side of the station's backbone.
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STS-120 Flight Day 8: P6 install preview
Posted: October 30, 2007
Duration: 4 min 39 sec
Lead STS-120 space station with flight director Derek Hassmann narrates this animation showing the Port 6 solar array truss being installed and its wings being deployed.
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STS-120 Flight Day 7: The highlights
Posted: October 29, 2007
Duration: 43 min 51 sec
Juggling of the International Space Station's Port 6 solar array truss between the station and shuttle robotic arms highlighted work on Flight Day 7. The day's video highlights are packaged into this movie.
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STS-120 Flight Day 7: Status briefing
Posted: October 29, 2007
Duration: 50 min 46 sec
The Mission Status Briefing for Flight Day 7 with shuttle flight director Rick LaBrode and ISS program manager Mike Suffredini gives an update on the truss rotation joint contamination and plans for further inspections.
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