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STS-116 landing: Discovery returns home
Posted: December 22, 2006
Duration: 3 min
Space shuttle Discovery lands on Kennedy Space Center's Runway 15 at 5:32 p.m. to conclude the STS-116 mission that prepared the space station to power the international expansion of the complex.
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STS-116 flight day 14: First landing opportunity scrubbed
Posted: December 22, 2006
Duration: 3 min 4 sec
Entry CAPCOM Ken Ham informs space shuttle Discovery's astronauts that the day's first landing opportunity into Kennedy Space Center is scrubbed due to unfavorable weather.
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STS-116 flight day 13: Pre-landing news conference
Posted: December 21, 2006
Duration: 31 min 23 sec
Entry flight director Norm Knight and management team chairman John Shannon preview shuttle Discovery's return to Earth and discuss the possibility of a New Mexico landing in this briefing held Dec. 21.
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STS-116 flight day 13: Commander briefed on weather, landing site strategy
Posted: December 21, 2006
Duration: 5 min 20 sec
Entry CAPCOM Ken Ham relays to Discovery commander Mark Polansky the landing weather outlook for Kennedy Space Center, Edwards Air Force Base and White Sands, plus explains the strategy going into landing day.
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STS-116 flight day 13: ANDE payload deploys from Discovery
Posted: December 21, 2006
Duration: 11 min 31 sec
The Atmospheric Neutral Density Experiment is launched from shuttle Discovery. The ANDE payload canister separated into two halves soon after release from the shuttle to eject two microsatellites. However, only one microsatellite successfully emerged from the canister. The other metal object seen in the video is the collar that connected the canister halves.
ANDE
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STS-116 flight day 13: Crew interviews
Posted: December 21, 2006
Duration: 20 min 18 sec
Space shuttle Discovery's astronauts answer questions during interviews with CNN and ABC News, plus the Challenger Learning Center located in Kenai, Alaska.
Crew
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STS-116 flight day 12: Status briefing
Posted: December 20, 2006
Duration: 26 min 35 sec
Mission operations representative Phil Engelauf reports on the progress of Discovery's voyage and the various landing options in this flight day 12 status briefing held December 20.
MSB
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STS-116 flight day 12: RAFT deploy
Posted: December 20, 2006
Duration: 1 min 25 sec
The Radar Fence Transponder (RAFT) payload is eject from space shuttle Discovery. The two 5-inch cube satellites will test the military's space surveillance radar systems and serve as an experimental communications relay.
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STS-116 flight day 12: MEPSI deploy
Posted: December 20, 2006
Duration: 1 min 54 sec
The tiny MEPSI payload consisting of two miniature spacecraft the size of coffee cups that are tethered together launches from the payload bay of space shuttle Discovery. The mission will test the feasibility of low-power inspection satellites that could be used for observing larger spacecraft in distress to help ground controllers analyze problems.
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STS-116 flight day 12: Final inspections
Posted: December 20, 2006
Duration: 6 min 54 sec
The late inspection process to check shuttle Discovery's wing leading edges and nose cap for any damage sustained in space by micrometeoroids or debris impacts is completed by the Orbiter Boom Sensor System.
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STS-116 flight day 11: Status briefing
Posted: December 19, 2006
Duration: 18 min 25 sec
STS-116 lead flight director Tony Ceccacci and space station deputy program manager Kirk Shireman reflect on the accomplishments of Discovery's mission to the station in the flight day 11 mission status briefing that occurred after undocking.
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STS-116 flight day 11: Heading away
Posted: December 19, 2006
Duration: 3 min 6 sec
After flying above the station, Discovery's wide loop around the complex takes the space shuttle behind and then below on the trajectory to rapidly depart the outpost's vicinity.
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STS-116 flight day 11: Picturesque station
Posted: December 19, 2006
Duration: 4 min 1 sec
As seen through space shuttle Discovery's docking port, the International Space Station passes across the Earth's limb as the shuttle heads away from the station.
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STS-116 flight day 11: Watching the shuttle
Posted: December 19, 2006
Duration: 6 min 46 sec
External video cameras on the International Space Station catch these views of space shuttle Discovery makes its way above the complex during departure.
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STS-116 flight day 11: Flying above the station
Posted: December 19, 2006
Duration: 12 min 59 sec
Under the control of pilot Bill Oefelein, shuttle Discovery flies an arc from a point directly out in front of the International Space Station to a position above the complex to perform the separation engine firing.
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STS-116 flight day 11: Shuttle Discovery undocks from the space station
Posted: December 19, 2006
Duration: 2 min 25 sec
Shuttle Discovery departs the International Space Station after eight days of combined operations that saw installation of the Port 5 truss, a successful re-wiring of the outpost's electrical system and retraction of one P6 solar wing.
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STS-116 flight day 11: Emotional farewell ceremony
Posted: December 19, 2006
Duration: 12 min 26 sec
The space shuttle Discovery and the station's Expedition 14 crews hold an emotional farewell ceremony inside the Destiny laboratory module. The seven shuttle astronauts then float into Discovery for hatch closure in advance of undocking.
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STS-116 flight day 10: Status briefing
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 31 min 15 sec
International Space Station and spacewalk officials hold this status briefing following the successful EVA and retraction of the solar array wing on shuttle Discovery's flight day 10, December 18.
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STS-116 flight day 10: Successful ending to solar wing retraction
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 8 min 36 sec
Retraction of the solar array wing is successfully completed at last. The final section is folded up, Curbeam fixes a slack guide wide and then the blanket boxes are closed and latched.
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STS-116 flight day 10: Almost completed
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 8 min 57 sec
The space station solar wing is coaxed by the spacewalkers to almost full retraction, eventually getting 30 of its 31 sections folded up in the solar array blanket boxes.
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