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The Flight of Apollo 7
Posted: April 4, 2007
Duration: 14 min 21 sec
This documentary looks back at Apollo 7, the first manned flight of the Apollo program. Apollo 7 was designated as the essential engineering test of the spacecraft before the ambitious lunar missions could be attempted.
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Expedition 14: Running a marathon
Posted: April 4, 2007
Duration: 21 min 11 sec
NASA astronaut Suni Williams will run the Boston Marathon on a treadmill aboard the International Space Station. To preview the event, Williams, an accomplished marathoner, and Expedition 14 commander Michael Lopez-Alegria talk with The Boston Globe and the
New England Sports Network.
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Expedition 14: Exercising on ISS
Posted: April 4, 2007
Duration: 7 min 31 sec
International Space Station Expedition 14 commander Michael Lopez-Alegria and flight engineer Suni Williams give a show-and-tell about the exercise equipment and routines aboard the orbiting complex.
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STS-57: Picking up a European satellite and the debut of Spacehab
Posted: April 2, 2007
Duration: 21 min 29 sec
After nearly a year in space, the European Retrievable Carrier (EURECA) satellite was plucked from orbit and stowed aboard shuttle Endeavour for return to Earth during STS-57. The June 1993 mission also featured the first flight of the commercial Spacehab module outfitted with a range of microgravity experiments for the crew to use. A spacewalk to demonstrate working on the end of the shuttle robot arm was performed as well. The astronauts tell the story of the mission in this movie.
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STS-56: Watching the Sun and Earth
Posted: April 2, 2007
Duration: 20 min 14 sec
Working in two shifts around the clock, the astronauts of shuttle mission STS-56 conducted extensive observations of the Earth's atmosphere using the ATLAS 2 payload in the spring of 1993. The SPARTAN Sun-studying satellite was deployed and then retrieved during Discovery's flight too. The crew narrates the highlights in this presentation.
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STS-54: Crew releases communications satellite and toys in space
Posted: March 30, 2007
Duration: 21 min 8 sec
Space shuttle Endeavour lofted another Tracking and Data Relay Satellite into orbit for NASA during a January 1993 mission. An Inertial Upper Stage boosted the craft toward geosynchronous orbit. Other highlights from STS-54 included a mobility-testing spacewalk and an educational project to demonstrate the physics behind toys in space. The crew narrates this post-flight film.
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Expedition 14: Soyuz relocation
Posted: March 29, 2007
Duration: 26 min 16 sec
The three-person Expedition 14 crew temporarily leaves the International Space Station for a 24-minute trip aboard their Russian Soyuz spacecraft. The crew moves the capsule from the Zarya module's downward-facing docking port to the aft port on the Zvezda control module. The relocation begins at 6:30 p.m. and concluded at 6:54 p.m. EDT.
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STS-52: Launching the LAGEOS
Posted: March 28, 2007
Duration: 16 min 56 sec
The Laser Geodynamics Satellite (LAGEOS), a small ball-shaped spacecraft designed to help earthquake research by monitoring the movements of the Earth's crustal plates, was launched from space shuttle Columbia in October 1992. The crew of STS-52 narrate the highlights of the mission, which included Canadian and microgravity experiments.
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Progress 23P undocks from ISS
Posted: March 27, 2007
Duration: 7 min 43 sec
The Russian Progress 23P cargo freighter, certain to be remembered as the resupply ship with a troublesome antenna that required an intervention by spacewalkers, safely undocks from the International Space Station at 2:11 p.m. EDT on March 27.
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Expedition 15: Preflight briefing
Posted: March 27, 2007
Duration: 57 min 3 sec
In advance of launching the Expedition 15 mission to the International Space Station, NASA officials preview the flight's objectives and challenges in this news briefing held March 27 at Johnson Space Center.
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Expedition 14: Recap briefing
Posted: March 27, 2007
Duration: 40 min 10 sec
As the International Space Station's Expedition 14 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-47: America's 50th shuttle flight
Posted: March 26, 2007
Duration: 17 min 23 sec
The 50th flight of the space shuttle took place in September 1992. Endeavour's mission featured the Spacelab-J research module for Japan, as well as the first black female astronaut and the first married couple to fly together in space. The crew narrates the highlights in their post-flight film.
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STS-46: Unreeling the tethered satellite
Posted: March 25, 2007
Duration: 19 min 23 sec
Shuttle Atlantis' summer 1992 flight provided the chance to test a revolutionary payload -- the Tethered Satellite System. A snag in the tether prevented a small satellite from reeling miles away from the shuttle as planned, the partial deployment showed power generation using the shoelace-size tether could work. The STS-46 mission also released the European Retrievable Carrier spacecraft to begin a year-long stay in orbit. The astronauts narrate highlights from the flight in this movie.
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STS-117: Crew biographies
Posted: March 18, 2007
Duration: 10 min 15 sec
Three veterans and three rookies make up the six-man astronaut crew launching aboard space shuttle Atlantis' STS-117 space station assembly mission. Meet the crew members and learn how each became an astronaut in this special biography movie.
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STS-120: International Space Station's Node 2 module given a name
Posted: March 15, 2007
Duration: 10 min 57 sec
The Italian-built Node 2 connecting module for the International Space Station, which will serve as the gateway from the U.S. laboratory to the European and Japanese science facilities, has been named Harmony. The module will launch on shuttle mission STS-120. The watch name unveiling ceremony held at Kennedy Space Center with members of the shuttle crew.
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Flyover animation of Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity worksite
Posted: March 13, 2007
Duration: 31 sec
High-resolution images taken by the NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have been assembled to create this flyover animation of Victoria Crater where the Mars rover Opportunity is exploring.
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Flyover animation of Mars Exploration Rover Spirit's worksite
Posted: March 13, 2007
Duration: 38 sec
This new animation of the Columbia Hills in Gusev Crater where the Mars rover Spirit is exploring was created using images taken by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
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Cassini: Seas on Saturn's moon Titan
Posted: March 13, 2007
Duration: 2 min 12 sec
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has found evidence for seas, likely filled with liquid methane or ethane, in the high northern latitudes of Saturn's moon Titan. This movie includes animation of the craft's encounters with Titan and an interview with insight into the science.
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STS-113: Bringing balance to space station's truss backbone
Posted: March 12, 2007
Duration: 21 min 56 sec
Space shuttle Endeavour brought the Port 1 truss segment to the International Space Station during the STS-113 mission in late 2002, balancing out the outpost's growing backbone structure. The flight also ferried the new Expedition 6 crew to the station and returned Expedition 5 crew back to Earth after a marathon six-month stay in orbit. Hear from some of the mission astronauts in this post-flight film.
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STS-117: Tank's hail damage inspections inside the VAB
Posted: March 12, 2007
Duration: 2 min 58 sec
Workers establish platforms around the external fuel tank of space shuttle Atlantis in the Vehicle Assembly Building to begin the extensive inspections and repairs from hail damage.
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