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STS-117: Atlantis leaves hangar
Posted: February 7, 2007
Duration: 3 min 11 sec
Space shuttle Atlantis emerges from its processing hangar at dawn February 7 for the short trip to the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center's Complex 39.
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NASA's proposed 2008 budget
Posted: February 5, 2007
Duration: 56 min 35 sec
President George W. Bush's proposed fiscal year 2008 budget for NASA is the subject of this news briefing with Administrator Mike Griffin. Concerns about funding in 2007 are discussed as well.
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STS-50: Extending a shuttle's stay in space for science
Posted: February 2, 2007
Duration: 19 min 2 sec
Space shuttle Columbia carried the first United States Microgravity Laboratory during its summer 1992 flight to orbit. The Spacelab science expedition was the longest shuttle mission to date, thanks to the new Extended Duration Orbiter equipment flown for the first time. The crew of STS-50 narrate the highlights in this post-flight film.
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STS-117: Tank joins booster rockets
Posted: February 2, 2007
Duration: 4 min 56 sec
The external fuel tank for space shuttle Atlantis' STS-117 launch is hoisted out of the checkout bay inside the Vehicle Assembly Building and positioned between the two awaiting solid rocket boosters for attachment.
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STS-117: Solid rockets stacked
Posted: February 2, 2007
Duration: 1 min 57 sec
The multi-segment solid rocket boosters for space shuttle Atlantis' STS-117 launch to the space station stand fully stacked on a mobile launch platform inside the Vehicle Assembly Building, awaiting the external fuel tank attachment.
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Expedition 14: Spacewalk 1 recap
Posted: January 31, 2007
Duration: 22 min 41 sec
Space station commander Mike Lopez-Alegria and Sunita Williams successfully connected one of two critical ammonia coolant loops Wednesday during the first of two spacewalks devoted to switching the lab complex to its permanent cooling system. This briefing recaps the day's EVA.
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Research Project: X-15
Posted: January 30, 2007
Duration: 27 min 14 sec
The documentary "Research Project: X-15" looks at the rocketplane program that flew to the edge of space in the effort to learn about the human ability to fly at great speeds and aircraft design to sustain such flights.
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Apollo 1 remembrance service
Posted: January 27, 2007
Duration: 69 min 41 sec
On the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 1 fire that took the lives of astronauts Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee, a remembrance service was held January 27 at the Kennedy Space Center's memorial Space Mirror.
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Technical look at Project Mercury
Posted: January 25, 2007
Duration: 28 min 19 sec
This documentary takes a look at the technical aspects of Project Mercury, including development of the capsule and the pioneering first manned flights of America's space program.
Project Mercury
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Apollo 15: In the Mountains of the Moon
Posted: January 23, 2007
Duration: 27 min 41 sec
The voyage of Apollo 15 took man to the Hadley Rille area of the moon. Astronauts David Scott and James Irwin explored the region using a lunar rover, while Alfred Worden remained in orbit conducting observations. "Apollo 15: In the Mountains of the Moon" is a NASA film looking back at the 1971 flight.
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Skylab: The first 40 days
Posted: January 22, 2007
Duration: 22 min 42 sec
America's first space station -- Skylab -- began with crippling problems created by an incident during its May 1973 launch. High temperatures and low power conditions aboard the orbital workshop forced engineers to devise corrective measures quickly. The three-man astronaut crew of Pete Conrad, Paul Weitz and Joe Kerwin flew to the station and implemented the repairs, rescuing the spacecraft's mission. This film tells the story of Skylab's first 40 days in space.
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Progress 24P docks to the space station
Posted: January 19, 2007
Duration: 9 min 17 sec
The 24th Russian Progress resupply ship sent to the International Space Station successfully makes the final approach and docking to the Pirs module of the outpost while running on automated controls.
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Progress 24P freighter comes in range of the space station
Posted: January 19, 2007
Duration: 9 min 22 sec
After a two-day chase to reach the International Space Station since launching from the Baikonour Cosmodrome, the Russian Progress M-59 resupply ship maneuvers to align with its assigned docking port.
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New Horizons: Preview of the probe's Jupiter encounter
Posted: January 18, 2007
Duration: 49 min 33 sec
NASA's New Horizons space probe will fly past Jupiter in late February, using the giant planet's gravity as a sling-shot to bend the craft's trajectory and accelerate toward Pluto and the Kuiper Belt. Mission officials describe the science to be collected during the Jupiter encounter during this news briefing held Jan. 18 from NASA Headquarters.
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Expedition 14: ABC News interview
Posted: January 18, 2007
Duration: 10 min 10 sec
Expedition 14 commander Mike Lopez-Alegria and flight engineer Suni Williams discuss their mission aboard the International Space Station during this in-flight interview with ABC News.
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STS-118: Barbara Morgan interview
Posted: January 17, 2007
Duration: 40 min 41 sec
Barbara Morgan, the former Idaho school teacher who served as Christa McAuliffe's backup for the Teacher in Space program, sits down for this NASA interview. As NASA's first Educator Astronaut, Morgan will be a mission specialist and robot arm operator during shuttle Endeavour's STS-118 flight to the space station, targeted for launch in June.
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Resupply ship departs station
Posted: January 17, 2007
Duration: 5 min 10 sec
The Russian Progress M-57 cargo vessel undocks from the Pirs module of the International Space Station at 6:29 p.m. EST January 16 for re-entry into the atmosphere. It was the 22nd resupply ship sent to the station.
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The Flight of Sigma 7
Posted: January 16, 2007
Duration: 26 min 43 sec
On October 3, 1962, Wally Schirra became the fifth American to rocket into space. This NASA film entitled "The Flight of Sigma 7" explains the 9-hour voyage that gained important knowledge in the Mercury program.
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STS-109: Extending Hubble's life and its scientific reach
Posted: January 15, 2007
Duration: 17 min
The fourth servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope extended the craft's scientific potential with an advanced camera and performed a major overhaul on the orbiting observatory's power system with the installation of new solar arrays and an electrical heart. The crew of space shuttle Columbia's STS-109 mission tell the story of the March 2002 mission in this post-flight highlights film.
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Space Shuttle: A Remarkable Flying Machine
Posted: January 10, 2007
Duration: 30 min 26 sec
"Space Shuttle: A Remarkable Flying Machine" is a NASA movie that takes you inside the first voyage of the space shuttle program. Commander John Young and pilot Bob Crippen flew Columbia in April 1981, opening a new era in American space exploration.
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