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Phoenix: To the launch pad
Posted: July 25, 2007
Duration: 5 min 38 sec
The Phoenix lander bound for Mars is hauled out to Cape Canaveral's pad 17A on July 23 for installation atop the United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket that will propel the craft on its cruise from Earth to Mars.
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Dawn: Craft waits for launch date
Posted: July 25, 2007
Duration: 8 min 10 sec
The Dawn spacecraft is returned to the Astrotech spacecraft processing facility near Cape Canaveral to await a new launch date. The mission was delayed from July to sometime in September, prompting the craft's removal from the Delta rocket at pad 17B.
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Dawn: Removed from rocket
Posted: July 25, 2007
Duration: 4 min 7 sec
NASA's Dawn spacecraft is detached from atop the ULA Delta 2 rocket at Cape Canaveral's pad 17B on July 22. The craft is being returned to its processing hangar following the decision to delay launch from July to September.
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STS-118: Payload bay doors closed
Posted: July 25, 2007
Duration: 2 min 18 sec
With the Spacehab module, Starboard 5 truss and External Stowage Platform 3 installed into Endeavour, the shuttle's 60-foot-long payload bay doors are closed and sealed for launch. The door closure occurred July 20.
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STS-118: Shuttle evacuation
Posted: July 25, 2007
Duration: 3 min
After clocks halted in the final seconds to simulate a shutdown of the three main engines just prior to liftoff, the crew exited the shuttle and practiced scurrying to the slide-wire baskets for a quick evacuation of the pad.
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STS-118: Crew boards shuttle Endeavour for launch countdown test
Posted: July 25, 2007
Duration: 10 min 4 sec
After arriving at launch pad 39A shortly past 8 a.m., all seven astronauts climb inside space shuttle Endeavour and strap into their assigned seats for the final three hours of the mock countdown.
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STS-118: Launch day rehearsal
Posted: July 25, 2007
Duration: 6 min 57 sec
The astronauts follow a normal launch morning routine with breakfast, donning their suits and departing crew quarters to board the Astrovan for the ride to pad 39A for the countdown dress rehearsal as part of the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test.
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STS-118: Emergency training
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 5 min 46 sec
The astronauts spend time learning how to evacuate pad 39A if an emergency arises, including procedures to operate the slide-wire baskets that would quickly whisk the crew from the launch tower to a bunker west of the pad.
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STS-118: Press Q&A
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 20 min 40 sec
The Endeavour astronauts take a few minutes during the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test events to talk with reporters at launch pad 39A on July 18. The crew discusses the upcoming mission and the risks of flying in space.
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STS-118: Landing simulations
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 4 min 37 sec
Commander Scott Kelly and pilot Charlie Hobaugh suit up in their launch and entry spacesuits and climb inside a pair of Shuttle Training Aircraft for practice landing approaches at Kennedy Space Center's runway.
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STS-118: Photography practice
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 2 min 39 sec
Mission specialists Dave Williams and Tracy Caldwell practice photographing space shuttle Endeavour's external fuel tank with a digital still camera and a video camera near the pad.
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STS-118: Suit fit check
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 5 min 51 sec
The space shuttle Endeavour crew don their launch and entry pressure spacesuits for a fit check as part of the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities at Kennedy Space Center.
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STS-118: Tank test driving
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 7 min 53 sec
Endeavour's seven astronauts take turns test-driving an armored tank available for the crew to escape the pad 39A area if an emergency arises during the launch countdown.
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STS-118: Crew arrives at Kennedy Space Center for practice countdown
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 4 min 23 sec
The seven space shuttle Endeavour astronauts fly to Kennedy Space Center on July 16 for a launch countdown dress rehearsal, a key part of the crew's final pre-flight training regimen.
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STS-118: Shuttle Endeavour receives its payloads for space station flight
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 3 min 9 sec
The Spacehab module, Starboard 5 truss and External Stowage Platform 3 are installed into the payload bay of space shuttle Endeavour at launch pad 39A on July 15 for the STS-118 mission.
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STS-118: Endeavour on the pad
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 5 min 3 sec
Traveling at less than a mile per hour in the dark of night, space shuttle Endeavour arrives at launch pad 39A before dawn July 11 fresh from a major tune-up for its first flight in nearly five years.
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STS-118: Payloads reach the pad
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 5 min 42 sec
The canister with the STS-118 mission payloads travels to launch pad 39A for hoisting into the cleanroom of the pad's Rotating Service Structure. The payloads were delivered to the pad on July 8, a couple days prior to Endeavour's rollout from the Vehicle Assembly Building.
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STS-118: Endeavour goes vertical
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 8 min
Space shuttle Endeavour is hoisted off the orbiter transporter and stood up vertically inside the center aisle of the Vehicle Assembly Building on July 2, then on July 3 maneuvered into position for attachment to the external fuel tank and twin solid rocket boosters.
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STS-118: Payloads canister rolls out
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 2 min 42 sec
The payload transportation canister holding Endeavour's main cargo is moved from the Space Station Processing Facility to the canister rotation building on June 27 in advance of heading to the launch pad.
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STS-118: Payloads canned up
Posted: July 24, 2007
Duration: 6 min 34 sec
The payloads for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-118 mission -- the Spacehab cargo module, Starboard 5 truss and External Stowage Platform 3 -- are placed inside a transportation canister at the Space Station Processing Facility in late June.
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