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STS-116 launch replay: CS-1
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 1 min 37 sec
Launch pad camera CS-1 positioned on the northeast corner of Complex 39B follows space shuttle Discovery through the final countdown and its climb away from Earth. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 171
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 37 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 171 provides a front view of space shuttle Discovery during ignition of the main engines and the billowing plume of stream in the last seconds of the countdown. (Replay includes live launch audio).
Launch
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 170
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 33 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 170 is zoomed in on space shuttle Discovery's three main engines to give this close-up view during ignition. (Replay includes live launch audio).
Launch
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 163
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 32 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 163 positioned on the fixed service tower of Complex 39B points toward the umbilicals between the external tank and the orbiter. (Replay includes live launch audio).
Launch
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 161
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 34 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 161 positioned on the fixed service tower of Complex 39B points over to see the nose of space shuttle Discovery during main engine start and liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
Launch
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 160
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 34 sec
Launch pad camera 160 from atop the sound suppression system water tower gives this engineering view of liftoff from behind shuttle Discovery. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 154
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 35 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 154 from the mobile launcher platform is angled upward to see the starboard underside wing of Discovery and the fuel umbilicals between the shuttle and the external tank during ignition and liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 151
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 35 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 151 positioned on the mobile launcher platform gives a unique angle of space shuttle Discovery's three main engines. (Replay includes live launch audio).
Launch
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 150
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 26 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 150 mounted on the mobile launcher platform watches the T-0 umbilical retract at liftoff. These umbilicals route propellant, electrical and data lines from the tail service mast to the port side of Discovery's aft engine compartment.
Launch
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 149
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 26 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 149 positioned on the mobile launcher platform gives a unique angle of space shuttle Discovery's three main engines. (Replay includes live launch audio).
Launch
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STS-116 launch replay: Camera 109
Posted: December 10, 2006
Duration: 30 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 109 focuses on the main fuel umbilical connections between the external tank and the belly of space shuttle Discovery during the ignition and liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-116: Post-launch news conference
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 36 min 9 sec
Senior NASA officials hold the traditional post-launch news conference after Discovery began mission STS-116 with a successful blast off from the Kennedy Space Center.
Briefing
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STS-116: Widescreen camera at Playalinda Beach tracks launch
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 2 min 36 sec
A widescreen tracking camera at Playalinda Beach, north of the launch pad, focuses on the shuttle's engines as it climbs through the night sky.
STS-116 Playalinda Beach tracker
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STS-116: Launch to orbit
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 9 min 54 sec
This movie follows space shuttle Discovery's launch from the final countdown through the entire climb to orbit, including amazing video from the external tank camera showing engine shutdown and tank jettison.
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STS-116: Liftoff!
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 2 min 50 sec
Space shuttle Discovery is launched at 8:47 p.m. on the STS-116 mission to re-wire the space station's electrical system in advance of future expansion.
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STS-116: Mission specialist 3 aboard
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 52 sec
European Space Agency astronaut Christer Fuglesang of Sweden serves as mission specialist No. 3 on Discovery's STS-116 flight. He enters the orbiter to take the middeck's left seat.
Ingress
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STS-116: Mission specialist 4 aboard
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 1 min 2 sec
Rookie astronaut Joan Higginbotham, a former shuttle worker at Kennedy Space Center, serves as mission specialist No. 4 on Discovery's STS-116 flight. The Chicago native takes the middeck's center seat.
Ingress
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STS-116: Mission specialist 5 aboard
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 28 sec
Sunita Williams enters the shuttle to take the right-side seat on the middeck. The spaceflight rookie is riding the shuttle to the International Space Station where she will join the Expedition 14 long-duration resident crew.
Ingress
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STS-116: Commander aboard
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 2 min 16 sec
Commander Mark Polansky is the first astronaut to board the space shuttle Discovery for launch. He takes the forward-left seat on the flight deck.
Commander
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STS-116: Astronauts reach the pad
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 3 min 51 sec
The AstroVan carrying the Discovery crew arrives at launch pad 39B. The astronauts gaze up at the shuttle and share hugs before taking the elevator up the pad tower.
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