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STS-120 Flight Day 5: Harmony speeches
Posted: October 27, 2007
Duration: 4 min 34 sec
After entering the space station's new Harmony module for the first time, Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli, Expedition 16 commander Peggy Whitson and shuttle commander Pam Melroy make these comments.
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STS-120 Flight Day 5: Astronauts enter the new Harmony module
Posted: October 27, 2007
Duration: 2 min 57 sec
Expedition 16 commander Peggy Whitson opens the hatch to the International Space Station's new Harmony module and floats inside with Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli. The module was built in Italy.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: The highlights
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 51 min 54 sec
Highlights of the Harmony connecting module's delivery to the International Space Station and the first spacewalk of shuttle Discovery's mission are packaged together in this Flight Day 4 movie.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: Status briefing
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 40 min 6 sec
The Mission Status Briefing for Flight Day 4 recaps the spacewalk and installation of Harmony on the space station with flight director Derek Hassmann, EVA officer Dina Contella and ISS deputy program manager Kirk Shireman.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: EVA No. 1 ends
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 6 min 43 sec
After concluding a fully successful six-hour, 14-minute spacewalk, astronauts Scott Parazynski and Doug Wheelock are assisted back inside the space station by their fellow crewmembers.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: The Harmony module attached to space station
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 12 min 26 sec
With astronauts Stephanie Wilson and Dan Tani at the controls, the space station's Canadian-made robot arm gently maneuvers the Italian-built Harmony connecting module to its attachment port on the international outpost.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: Harmony module unberthed from shuttle bay
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 7 min 26 sec
The Harmony module is grappled by the space station's robot arm and then slowly lifted out of space shuttle Discovery's payload bay in preparation for connection to the orbiting outpost.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: Station S-band antenna stowed aboard shuttle
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 14 min 25 sec
The spacewalkers mount the S-band antenna assembly to the starboard sidewall of space shuttle Discovery's payload bay. The communications device will ride home on the shuttle for repair and a later launch back to the station.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: Spacewalker carries communications antenna
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 9 min 49 sec
Perched on the end of the space station's robot arm, rookie astronaut Doug Wheelock carries the S-band antenna in his hands from the station's Z1 truss down to shuttle Discovery's payload bay.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: EVA No. 1 begins
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 11 min 52 sec
Astronauts Scott Parazynski and Doug Wheelock open the Quest airlock module's external hatchway and float outside the space station to begin the first spacewalk of shuttle Discovery's STS-120 mission.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: Harmony module
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 1 min 14 sec
Derek Hassmann, the lead space station flight director for shuttle mission STS-120, shows some animation and describes the Harmony connecting module to be installed during Discovery's flight.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: Animated preview of Harmony installation
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 36 sec
Animation previews the Harmony connecting module's installation to the International Space Station. The station's robotic arm lifts Harmony out of the shuttle payload bay, maneuvers it and then attaches the module to the side of Unity.
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STS-120 Flight Day 4: Payload bay
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 52 sec
This animated movie narrated by STS-120 lead shuttle flight director Rick LaBrode shows space shuttle Discovery's payload bay configuration for the mission, including Harmony's positioning.
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STS-120: Harmony pre-launch campaign
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 4 min 34 sec
This narrated footage shows the preparations that the Italian-made Harmony connecting module underwent at Kennedy Space Center for launch aboard Discovery on mission STS-120.

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STS-120: Discovery pre-launch campaign
Posted: October 26, 2007
Duration: 7 min 8 sec
This narrated footage shows the highlights from preparations that space shuttle Discovery underwent at Kennedy Space Center for mission STS-120 to the International Space Station.
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STS-120 Flight Day 3: The highlights
Posted: October 25, 2007
Duration: 40 min 5 sec
All of the highlights from rendezvous day are packaged together in this movie. Flight Day 3 saw shuttle Discovery dock with the International Space Station for the start of a complicated construction mission.
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STS-120 Flight Day 3: Docking replay
Posted: October 25, 2007
Duration: 7 min 10 sec
This downlinked replay of docking shows space shuttle Discovery's approach and linkup with the orbiting International Space Station through the eyes of payload bay cameras. The replayed footage does not contain audio.
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STS-120 Flight Day 3: Boom handoff
Posted: October 25, 2007
Duration: 10 min 35 sec
In a bit of complex robotic operations in space, the station's robot arm grapples the Orbiter Boom Sensor System and hands it off to the shuttle's robot arm. Once Discovery docked with the station, the shuttle can no longer reach the boom to perform any further heat shield inspections if required.
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STS-120 Flight Day 3: Update following Mission Management Team meeting
Posted: October 25, 2007
Duration: 25 min 21 sec
After the Flight Day 3 meeting of the Mission Management Team, chairman John Shannon gives this news briefing to reporters at 4:30 p.m. EDT on October 25. He discusses the latest heat shield inspection results.
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STS-120 Flight Day 3: Status briefing
Posted: October 25, 2007
Duration: 27 min 25 sec
STS-120 lead shuttle flight director Rick LaBrode and station deputy program manager Kirk Shireman hold the Mission Status Briefing for Flight Day 3 to recap Discovery's docking to the station.
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