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STS-116 flight day 4: Tool floats away
Posted: December 12, 2006
Duration: 1 min 15 sec
Spacewalker Christer Fuglesang accidently drops overboard an extension tool that goes on his cordless screwdriver. This helmet-cam footage shows the tool floating away into darkness.
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STS-116 flight day 4: Spacewalkers replace station TV camera
Posted: December 12, 2006
Duration: 2 min 3 sec
With an amazing view of Earth in the background, the spacewalkers work on the Starboard 1 truss of the space station to replace a faulty external video camera.
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STS-116 flight day 4: P5 bolted to the station
Posted: December 12, 2006
Duration: 7 min 24 sec
Spacewalkers Bob Curbeam and Christer Fuglesang complete bolting the Port 5 truss to the space station. The space station has grown 4,110 pounds in mass with the addition of this new truss segment.
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STS-116 flight day 4: Port 5 truss installed on the space station
Posted: December 12, 2006
Duration: 3 min 18 sec
The Port 5 truss structure is connected to the International Space Station by the robot arm and assistance by the spacewalkers, as seen through the helmet-mounted and external cameras.
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STS-116 flight day 4: Removing P5 truss launch locks
Posted: December 12, 2006
Duration: 4 min 47 sec
As seen through Christer Fuglesang's helmet-mounted camera, this movie shows the spacewalkers releasing one of the launch locks on the Port 5 truss prior to the structure's installation on the station.
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STS-116 flight day 4: Spacewalkers help get P5 truss aligned to station
Posted: December 12, 2006
Duration: 8 min 42 sec
The spacewalkers give visual cues and guidance to the robotic arm operators as the Port 5 truss segment moves within inches of its installation point on the station.
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STS-116 flight day 4: P5 truss rides arm
Posted: December 12, 2006
Duration: 4 min 48 sec
After hanging out overnight on the end of the space station's robot arm, the Port 5 truss is swung closer to its installation location by the space crane.
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STS-116 flight day 3: Truss handoff to station
Posted: December 11, 2006
Duration: 6 min 8 sec
After the space shuttle robot arm lifted the Port 5 truss segment out of Discovery's payload bay, the two-ton structure is handed off to the station's arm for its upcoming installation on the outpost.
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STS-116 flight day 3: Status briefing
Posted: December 11, 2006
Duration: 24 min 20 sec
Areas of interest seen during inspections of Discovery are discussed during this briefing held at 9 p.m. EST December 11 with STS-116 lead shuttle flight director Tony Ceccacci and management team chairman John Shannon.
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STS-116 flight day 3: Port wing inspection
Posted: December 11, 2006
Duration: 4 min 24 sec
The International Space Station's robotic arm swings into position to aim its end camera on the port wing of space shuttle Discovery to look for any evidence of a space debris hit.
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STS-116 flight day 3: Mission Control orders inspection of Discovery's wing
Posted: December 11, 2006
Duration: 1 min 44 sec
Mission control's Steve Robinson asks the astronauts to check Discovery's left wing after sensors detected a possible impact overnight. The space station's robot arm will be used to inspect the wing's leading edge.
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STS-116 flight day 3: Welcome aboard
Posted: December 11, 2006
Duration: 2 min 6 sec
With the ringing of the International Space Station's bell, the Discovery astronauts are welcomed aboard the outpost following hatch opening between the two spacecraft.
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STS-116 flight day 3: Docking!
Posted: December 11, 2006
Duration: 6 min 22 sec
Space shuttle Discovery completes its two-day chase to catch the International Space Station with a docking while flying 220 miles over southeast Asia. The linkup occurs just as the two spacecraft neared an orbital sunrise.
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STS-116 flight day 3: Discovery gets in front of the station
Posted: December 11, 2006
Duration: 4 min
After completing the backflip below the space station, shuttle Discovery arcs out in front of the complex to get lined up with the docking port on the Destiny laboratory module.
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STS-116 flight day 3: Shuttle backflip
Posted: December 11, 2006
Duration: 6 min 10 sec
A 360-degree, nose-first pirouette by Discovery rotates the belly of the shuttle into view of the space station for the Expedition 14 crew on the station to snap detailed pictures of the orbiter's black tiles in the search for any launch impact damage.
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STS-116 flight day 2: Status briefing
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 17 min 3 sec
STS-116 lead shuttle flight director Tony Ceccacci and management team chairman John Shannon report on the progress of Discovery's flight and the initial assessment of launch imagery and radar data during this briefing held at 8 p.m. EST December 10.
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STS-116 flight day 2: Inspections
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 11 min 42 sec
The Orbiter Boom Sensor System uses its camera and laser package to scan the wing leading edges and nose cap of space shuttle Discovery to look for any damage suffered during launch.
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STS-116 launch replay: Tank camera
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 9 min 23 sec
From the launch pad to space, this complete movie from the external fuel tank camera allows you to ride along on shuttle Discovery's ascent. Despite the nighttime launch, the light from the engines provides a good view of several events during the flight. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116 launch replay: CS-6
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 36 sec
Launch pad camera CS-6 positioned on the northwest corner of Complex 39B shows the space shuttle Discovery soaring into the night. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116 launch replay: CS-2
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 1 min 10 sec
Launch pad camera CS-2 positioned on the east side of Complex 39B tracks space shuttle Discovery through liftoff and the roll program. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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