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STS-116 flight day 10: Slow going for spacewalkers and wing retraction
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 12 min 12 sec
Christer Fuglesang shakes the solar wing and Bob Curbeam uses a collection of tools to continue the slow and frustrating process of folding up the solar array.
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STS-116 flight day 10: Manual assist on solar array wing
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 12 min 58 sec
Perched on the end of the space station's robotic arm, Bob Curbeam uses a tape-covered scraper tool to manually free grommets snagged on a frayed area of the solar array's guide wire. Then a slight retraction of the wing occurs with the spacewalkers upclose.
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STS-116 flight day 10: Fourth EVA begins
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 4 min 12 sec
The spacewalkers begin the EVA by egressing the space station's Quest airlock module, gathering equipment, traveling over to the P6 solar array truss and getting set up for the wing retraction work.
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STS-116 flight day 10: Spacewalk preps
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 1 min 27 sec
Astronauts Bob Curbeam and Christer Fuglesang don their EMU spacewalking suits inside the Quest airlock module in preparation for the fourth EVA of shuttle Discovery's mission.
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STS-116 launch replay: Beach tracker widescreen
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 2 min 39 sec
A tracking camera at positioned on a mound along beach southeast of launch pad 39B provides this angle of space shuttle Discovery's liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116 launch replay: Front camera
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 1 min 5 sec
A camera positioned in front of launch pad 39B shows the billowing steam of main engine start and then Discovery emerging above during its climb away from Earth. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116 launch replay: SLF Tower 1
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 3 min 4 sec
From the Kennedy Space Center Shuttle Landing Facility runway, where Discovery could have made an emergency return, this camera watches the shuttle clear the pad. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116 launch replay: Perimeter camera
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 26 sec
The launch pad 39B perimeter camera gives this side view of space shuttle Discovery igniting its engines and roaring skyward for STS-116. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Minotaur: Pad camera replays
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 40 sec
Three video cameras positioned around the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport launch pad captured these views of the Orbital Sciences Minotaur rocket making its fast liftoff.
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Minotaur: Launch of TacSat 2 and GeneSat 1
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 35 sec
It was a beautiful sunrise blastoff for the Orbital Sciences Minotaur rocket from Wallops Flight Facility carrying the Air Force's TacSat 2 spacecraft and NASA's GeneSat 1.
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Minotaur: Preparations for the rocket's launch from Virginia
Posted: December 18, 2006
Duration: 1 min 43 sec
The Orbital Sciences Minotaur 1 rocket to launch TacSat 2 and GeneSat 1 is assembled on the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport pad at Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
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STS-116 flight day 9: Solar array spacewalk preview briefing
Posted: December 17, 2006
Duration: 20 min 55 sec
The flight day 9 edition of the mission status briefing served as a detailed preview for the next day's spacewalk to assist the P6 solar array wing to fully retract, including the tools that the astronauts will have available.
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STS-116 flight day 9: Media interviews
Posted: December 17, 2006
Duration: 19 min 12 sec
The space shuttle Discovery astronauts gather in the middeck to answer questions from reporters during live interviews with Associated Press TV, WLS TV, WMAQ TV and Black Entertainment Television.
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STS-116 flight day 8: Status briefing
Posted: December 16, 2006
Duration: 54 min 56 sec
Following the successful spacewalk to complete the station re-wiring, manual efforts to help retract the P6 solar array and the decision to extend Discovery's flight to add a fourth spacewalk to deal with the array, mission officials hold this status briefing at the end of flight day 8 on December 16.
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STS-116 flight day 8: Spacewalkers wiggle and jiggle solar array
Posted: December 16, 2006
Duration: 12 min 39 sec
The spacewalkers take turns shaking the huge solar wing to loosen up sticky grommets and guide wides in an effort to assist retraction of the array. This highlights movie includes behind-the-scenes footage from inside Mission Control.
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STS-116 flight day 8: Camera lost
Posted: December 16, 2006
Duration: 51 sec
Suni Williams' digital camera accidently gets away from the astronaut, as seen in this view of the camera floating out of reach of the spacewalker while she was working next to the Destiny lab module.
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STS-116 flight day 8: Debris shielding panels stowed on station
Posted: December 16, 2006
Duration: 6 min 11 sec
The Zvezda service module debris panels have been transferred from shuttle Discovery and positioned on their temporary stowage location, which is the vacant Pressurized Mating Adapter No. 3 docking port on the Unity node. A Russian spacewalk next summer will actually install the panels on Zvezda to shield against micrometeoroid hits.
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STS-116 flight day 8: Spacewalkers head for payload bay of Discovery
Posted: December 16, 2006
Duration: 8 min
As Bob Curbeam and Suni Williams travel down into the payload bay of space shuttle Discovery for the next job on the spacewalk timeline, news comes from Mission Control that the electrical re-wiring and powerup has been a success.
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STS-116 flight day 8: Station power grid re-wiring completed
Posted: December 16, 2006
Duration: 9 min 25 sec
The spacewalkers perform the extensive external re-wiring tasks to overhaul the International Space Station's electrical system. The change is needed to expand the outpost's power capabilities and install additional modules.
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STS-116 flight day 8: Third EVA begins
Posted: December 16, 2006
Duration: 1 min 48 sec
The third spacewalk of space shuttle Discovery's STS-116 mission to the International Space Station gets underway as Bob Curbeam and Suni Williams float out of the Quest airlock module.
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