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Dawn: Widescreen movie of launch from Jetty Park pier
Posted: September 27, 2007
Duration: 3 min 35 sec
This widescreen video of Dawn's launch aboard the Delta 2-Heavy rocket was shot from the public pier located at Jetty Park three miles south of Cape Canaveral's pad 17B.
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Dawn: Liftoff!
Posted: September 27, 2007
Duration: 6 min 20 sec
The long-awaited voyage of NASA's Dawn space probe to rendezvous with a pair of small worlds in the asteroid belt launches at 7:34 a.m. EDT Sept. 27 aboard a Delta 2-Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
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Dawn: Mobile service tower rollback
Posted: September 27, 2007
Duration: 2 min 37 sec
Launch pad technicians retract the mobile service tower to reveal the Delta 2-Heavy rocket at Cape Canaveral's Complex 17 in the final hours before liftoff time to send the Dawn probe into space.
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Dawn: Prelaunch news conference
Posted: September 26, 2007
Duration: 47 min 32 sec
The launch of NASA's Dawn asteroid orbiter aboard a ULA Delta 2-Heavy rocket is previewed during this pre-launch news conference held at Kennedy Space Center on Sept. 25.
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Dawn: Mission science briefing
Posted: September 26, 2007
Duration: 40 min 42 sec
This is a detailed briefing on the scientific objectives of the Dawn spacecraft during its mission to orbit Vesta and Ceres in the asteroid belt. Mission science leaders held this news conference in July just prior to Dawn's earlier launch date.
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Expedition 16: Preflight briefing
Posted: September 26, 2007
Duration: 59 min 5 sec
In advance of launching the Expedition 16 mission to the International Space Station, NASA officials preview the flight's objectives and challenges in this news briefing held Sept. 25 at Johnson Space Center.
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Expedition 15: Recap briefing
Posted: September 26, 2007
Duration: 53 min 45 sec
As the International Space Station's Expedition 15 winds down, officials managing the flight from Mission Control in Houston hold this retrospective briefing to talk about the mission.
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STS-120: Discovery moved to VAB
Posted: September 24, 2007
Duration: 5 min 5 sec
Space shuttle Discovery takes a short but meaningful trip on Sept. 23, leaving its Kennedy Space Center processing hangar and moving into the Vehicle Assembly Building for mating to its external fuel tank and solid rocket boosters for mission STS-120.
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STS-120: Landing gear repairs
Posted: September 24, 2007
Duration: 4 min 1 sec
Workers replace hydraulic seals on the right-hand main landing gear shock-absorbing strut of space shuttle Discovery. The seal replacement was ordered after a fluid leak was detected in the hangar.
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STS-120: Tank attached to boosters
Posted: September 24, 2007
Duration: 6 min 37 sec
Inside Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building, the external fuel tank for shuttle Discovery's STS-120 mission is transferred from a checkout area into the high bay for attachment to the twin solid rocket boosters.
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STS-120: Fuel tank modifications
Posted: September 24, 2007
Duration: 3 min 35 sec
Foam insulation and the underlying thermal material are removed from liquid oxygen feedline brackets on space shuttle Discovery's STS-120 external fuel tank. The removal was ordered after a piece of debris from a bracket fell off the last tank during launch.
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STS-120 pre-flight briefings: The Discovery astronauts meet the press
Posted: September 15, 2007
Duration: 45 min 53 sec
The astronauts of Discovery's STS-120 mission meet the press in the traditional pre-flight news conference. Led by commander Pam Melroy, the crew includes pilot George Zamka, spacewalkers Scott Parazynski and Doug Wheelock, flight engineer Stephanie Wilson, Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli and station-bound crewmember Dan Tani.
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STS-120 pre-flight briefings: The EVAs
Posted: September 15, 2007
Duration: 57 min 15 sec
Five spacewalks are planned during space shuttle Discovery's STS-120 assembly mission to the International Space Station, with tasks including installation of the new Harmony module, relocation of the Port 6 solar array truss and testing shuttle tile repair materials. Dina Contella, STS-120 lead spacewalk officer, previews the EVAs in this briefing.
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STS-120 pre-flight briefings: The mission
Posted: September 15, 2007
Duration: 95 min 41 sec
Lead Mission Control officials for shuttle Discovery's trip to the International Space Station present a detailed overview of the STS-120 flight and objectives. The briefing participants are Rick LaBrode, lead shuttle flight director, Derek Hassmann, lead station flight director, and Steve Huning, the launch package manager.
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STS-120 pre-flight briefings: Overview from shuttle and ISS programs
Posted: September 15, 2007
Duration: 67 min 1 sec
In advance of space shuttle Discovery's STS-120 flight to the International Space Station, Wayne Hale, shuttle program manager, and Kenny Todd, station mission integration and operations manager, discuss the mission with reporters.
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STS-69: The Dog Crew launches and catches two satellites
Posted: September 9, 2007
Duration: 34 min 52 sec
Astronauts flying aboard shuttle Endeavour in September 1995 called themselves the Dog Crew, a lighthearted twist to their complicated mission to launch and then retrieve a pair of satellites. This post-flight movie narrated by the crew looks at the highlights of STS-69 with the Wake Shield Facility and Spartan satellites.
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STS-118 Landing Replays: Cockpit camera gives pilot's point of view
Posted: August 21, 2007
Duration: 5 min 1 sec
A great view of Endeavour's landing is provided from onboard the space shuttle. A camera mounted in the front window gives a true pilot's point-of-view as Endeavour makes a 210-degree left-overhead turn to align with the runway. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-118 Landing Replays: Widescreen movie from tracking camera
Posted: August 21, 2007
Duration: 6 min 34 sec
This widescreen footage was captured by a powerful tracking camera on the northern edge of the Kennedy Space Center. The tracker follows Endeavour around 210-degree turn to align with Runway 15. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-118 Landing Replays: VAB roof
Posted: August 21, 2007
Duration: 1 min 41 sec
From atop the 52-story Vehicle Assembly Building located southeast of the Shuttle Landing Facility, this video was recorded by a public affairs camera. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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STS-118 Landing Replays: Runway north
Posted: August 21, 2007
Duration: 1 min 4 sec
A camera positioned on the northern end of Kennedy Space Center's three-mile Shuttle Landing Facility runway shows Endeavour soaring overhead and touching down. (Replay includes live landing audio).
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