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STS-118 Flight Day 6: Unbolting the failed gyroscope from the space station
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 7 min 26 sec
Working at both sides of the gyroscope, the spacewalkers use their battery-powered tools to unfasten a half-dozen bolts that have held the unit to the space station.
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STS-118 Flight Day 6: EVA 2 begins
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 3 min 56 sec
Astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Dave Williams begin the spacewalk to replace a failed control moment gyroscope on the space station. It is the second EVA of Endeavour's STS-118 mission.
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STS-118 Flight Day 5: The highlights
Posted: August 13, 2007
Duration: 25 min 26 sec
This movie packages together the highlights from Flight Day 5 of space shuttle Endeavour's mission to the space station. The day saw the crew perform a detailed inspection of damaged tiles on the shuttle.
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STS-118 Flight Day 5: Status briefing
Posted: August 12, 2007
Duration: 38 min 53 sec
An initial report on the focused inspection results is provided during the Flight Day 5 mission status briefing. The crew used the Orbiter Boom Sensor System was used during the day to get an up-close look at the tile damage on Endeavour.
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STS-118 Flight Day 5: Hurricane Flossie
Posted: August 12, 2007
Duration: 2 min 40 sec
The space shuttle Endeavour and space station complex fly 200 miles over the Hurricane Flossie in the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii. Station cameras captured this footage of the powerful storm.
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STS-118 Flight Day 5: Checking tiles
Posted: August 12, 2007
Duration: 4 min 20 sec
Shuttle astronauts use the Orbiter Boom Sensor System for a focused inspection on the thermal tile damage that occurred to Endeavour's belly during launch.
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STS-118 Flight Day 5: Arms at work
Posted: August 12, 2007
Duration: 5 min 12 sec
The space station's robotic arm picks up the Orbiter Boom Sensor System from the right-side of Endeavour's payload bay and hands it to the shuttle's robot arm for the day's heat shield inspections.
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STS-118 Flight Day 4: The highlights
Posted: August 12, 2007
Duration: 36 min 26 sec
The highlights from Flight Day 4 of space shuttle Endeavour's STS-118 mission, a day dedicated to installing the Starboard 5 truss on the space station and a six-and-a-half hour spacewalk, are packaged into this movie.
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STS-118 Flight Day 4: Status briefing
Posted: August 11, 2007
Duration: 41 min 40 sec
The Flight Day 4 mission status briefing followed the first spacewalk of space shuttle Endeavour's mission and the successful installation of the S5 truss. The latest on the launch debris impact is provided by the mission management team chairman.
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STS-118 Flight Day 4: Grapple removal
Posted: August 11, 2007
Duration: 10 min 28 sec
The spacewalkers remove the Starboard 5 truss' robot arm grapple fixture to give one of the space station solar wings a clear path to rotate for tracking the sun.
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STS-118 Flight Day 4: S5 truss bolted
Posted: August 11, 2007
Duration: 1 min 59 sec
The spacewalkers go to work bolting the new two-ton Starboard 5 truss in place to permanently attach it to the International Space Station, one of the main objectives of Endeavour's flight.
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STS-118 Flight Day 4: S5 truss installed
Posted: August 11, 2007
Duration: 6 min 30 sec
Endeavour pilot Charlie Hobaugh, operating the space station's robot arm, mounts the Starboard 5 truss to become part of the outpost's truss backbone. S5 is "soft-captured" by the existing S4 truss with the spacewalkers looking on.
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STS-118 Flight Day 4: Spacewalkers remove launch locks on S5 truss
Posted: August 11, 2007
Duration: 6 min 9 sec
Spacewalkers Rick Mastracchio and Dave Williams work to release launch locks on the corners of the Starboard 5 truss in preparation for the truss' installation onto the space station.
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STS-118 Flight Day 4: EVA 1 begins
Posted: August 11, 2007
Duration: 5 min 48 sec
Shuttle Endeavour astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Dave Williams emerge from the International Space Station's Quest airlock module for the first spacewalk in their astronaut careers.
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STS-118 Flight Day 4: S5 truss preview
Posted: August 11, 2007
Duration: 2 min
This animation narrated by STS-118 lead station flight director Joel Montalbano shows how the Starboard 5 truss is removed from the payload bay of space shuttle Endeavour and installed on the space station.
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STS-118 Flight Day 3: The highlights
Posted: August 11, 2007
Duration: 40 min 15 sec
All of the highlights from rendezvous day are packaged together in this movie. Flight Day 3 saw shuttle Endeavour dock with the space station and preparations begin for installing the Starboard 5 truss.
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STS-118 Flight Day 3: Truss handed off
Posted: August 10, 2007
Duration: 2 min 30 sec
After being unberthed from the payload bay of space shuttle Endeavour, the Starboard 5 truss is maneuvered in reach of the space station's robot arm for a handoff from the shuttle arm. The truss will remain on the station arm overnight.
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STS-118 Flight Day 3: Truss unberthed
Posted: August 10, 2007
Duration: 10 min 29 sec
Space shuttle Endeavour's robotic arm pulls the two-ton Starboard 5 truss out of the payload bay for the structure's upcoming installation onto the International Space Station.
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STS-118 Flight Day 3: Status briefing
Posted: August 10, 2007
Duration: 37 min 6 sec
The Flight Day 3 mission status briefing briefing was held following Endeavour's docking to the space station. A topic during the news conference is a small gouge in the shuttle tile behind the right landing gear door that may have been caused by a chunk of ice that hit the orbiter during launch.
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STS-118 Flight Day 3: Welcome aboard
Posted: August 10, 2007
Duration: 4 min 1 sec
After the hatchway between space shuttle Endeavour and the space station was opened, and the seven shuttle astronauts are welcomed aboard the outpost at 4:04 p.m.
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