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STS-118 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Port SRB looking up
Posted: August 15, 2007
Duration: 7 min 59 sec
Hitch a ride up and down on the left-hand solid rocket booster during shuttle Endeavour's STS-118 launch. This upward-facing camera on the booster provides a unique view of the ascent, separation from the shuttle and the fall into the Atlantic for retrieval. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-118 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Port SRB looking down
Posted: August 15, 2007
Duration: 7 min 24 sec
The down-facing camera on shuttle Endeavour's left-hand solid rocket booster gives this footage of the launch and continues through splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-118 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Starboard SRB looking up
Posted: August 15, 2007
Duration: 7 min 25 sec
From liftoff to splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean, take a ride on shuttle Endeavour's right-hand solid rocket booster with movie from a video camera on the SRB facing upward. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-118 Solid Rocket Booster camera: Starboard SRB looking down
Posted: August 15, 2007
Duration: 7 min 32 sec
A downward-facing video camera mounted on the right-hand solid rocket booster gives this footage of the launch and continues through splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean. (Includes live launch audio!)
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STS-118 Flight Day 7: The highlights
Posted: August 15, 2007
Duration: 49 min 34 sec
Attaching an external spare parts rack to the space station, interviews with U.S. television networks and an educational event with children were the main events for Flight Day 7. All of the day's highlights are packaged into this movie.
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STS-118 Flight Day 7: Status briefing
Posted: August 14, 2007
Duration: 41 min 45 sec
The Flight Day 7 mission status briefing gives an update on the shuttle re-entry analysis based on the tile damage, the repair options on the table and the day's successful installation of the station spare parts platform.
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STS-118 Flight Day 7: Educational event with children in Idaho
Posted: August 14, 2007
Duration: 26 min 14 sec
Astronauts Barbara Morgan, Alvin Drew, Dave Williams and Clay Anderson talk with children in a live interactive educational event between the space station and a science center in Boise, Idaho.
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STS-118 Flight Day 7: U.S. television network interviews with crew
Posted: August 14, 2007
Duration: 30 min 12 sec
Space shuttle Endeavour commander Scott Kelly, mission specialist Tracy Caldwell and teacher-turned-astronaut Barbara Morgan answer media questions during live interviews with ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC and Fox News.
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STS-118 Flight Day 7: ESP-3 installed
Posted: August 14, 2007
Duration: 2 min 29 sec
The External Stowage Platform No. 3 is attached to the space station's Port 3 truss, giving the outpost another spare parts deck. The station's arm, operated by Charlie Hobaugh, performed the installation.
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STS-118 Flight Day 7: ESP-3 unberthed
Posted: August 14, 2007
Duration: 8 min 52 sec
The External Stowage Platform-3 slowly rises out of space shuttle Endeavour's payload bay right now. The spare parts deck was launched aboard Endeavour for delivery to the space station.
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STS-118 Flight Day 7: ESP-3 grappled
Posted: August 14, 2007
Duration: 8 min 41 sec
Astronaut Barbara Morgan grapples the External Stowage Platform No. 3 (ESP-3) with the shuttle's robot arm at 9:13 a.m. The arm will maneuver the 7,000-pound payload in reach of the station's robot arm, which will perform the actual installation task.
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STS-118 Flight Day 7: External Stowage Platform 3 installation preview
Posted: August 14, 2007
Duration: 2 min 22 sec
This animation narrated by STS-118 lead station flight director Joel Montalbano shows how the External Stowage Platform 3 is removed from the payload bay of space shuttle Endeavour and installed on the space station.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: The highlights
Posted: August 14, 2007
Duration: 39 min 40 sec
The highlights movie from Flight Day 6 captures the activities of the control moment gyroscope replacement job outside the space station by two spacewalking Endeavour astronauts.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: Status briefing
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 15 min 6 sec
The mission status briefing for Flight Day 6 is held at the Johnson Space Center following completion of the second spacewalk for Endeavour's STS-118 voyage.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: Damage update
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 48 min 32 sec
Mission Management Team chairman John Shannon gives an update on the ongoing analysis of the launch impact damage to tiles on the belly of space shuttle Endeavour. This briefing occurred at 6 p.m. EDT on August 13.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: Old gyro stowed
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 8 min 40 sec
The failed gyro is stowed in the launch frame that the spacewalkers put on the station's external spare parts platform earlier in the EVA. The gyro will remain there until the STS-122 shuttle flight in December brings the device back to Earth.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: New gyro in
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 4 min 10 sec
The two spacewalkers install the new gyroscope into its slot on the International Space Station's Z1 truss and then drive bolts to firmly attach the new unit.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: Spacewalkers bring the new gyroscope up to station
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 8 min 33 sec
The new gyro along with its launch support frame is installed on the station external stowage platform near the airlock module. The spacewalkers will be removing the new gyro but leaving the frame in place. It will receive the failed gyro.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: Getting new gyro
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 11 min 35 sec
Canadian astronaut Dave Williams takes a ride on the Canadian-built space station robotic arm. Perched on the arm, Williams is maneuvered down to the shuttle bay to get the new gyroscope.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: Old gyro removed
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 8 min 27 sec
The failed gyroscope is removed from the space station. The 600-pound device, in the hands of Endeavour astronaut Rick Mastracchio, is temporarily stowed to a handrail.
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