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STS-116: Crew heads for the pad
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 2 min 37 sec
Led by commander Mark Polansky, the astronauts emerge from the Kennedy Space Center crew quarters to board the AstroVan for the ride from the Industrial Area to pad 39B on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean for the second launch attempt.
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STS-116: Astronauts suit up
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 3 min 5 sec
All seven space shuttle Discovery astronauts don their day-glow orange launch and entry partial pressure spacesuits in the suit-up room of crew quarters in preparation for heading to the pad.
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STS-116: Crew's snack time
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 2 min 20 sec
For the second launch attempt, space shuttle Discovery's seven astronauts gather around the dining room table in crew quarters for a snack and the traditional launch day photo opportunity.
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STS-116: Time-lapse of gantry rollback
Posted: December 9, 2006
Duration: 2 min 23 sec
This time-lapse movie shows pad 39B from sunrise through rollback of the rotating service structure on December 9 for Discovery's second launch attempt.
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STS-116: Longer length scrub movie
Posted: December 7, 2006
Duration: 15 min 9 sec
See exactly how Discoveyr's first launch attempt and postponement unfolded in this extended movie, which takes you from the T-minus 9 minute mark through the countdown stop at T-minus 5 minutes and decision to scrub due to the weather.
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STS-116: Low clouds scrub launch
Posted: December 7, 2006
Duration: 2 min 6 sec
Space shuttle Discovery's launch attempt is scrubbed due to low clouds over Kennedy Space Center, preventing the required visual tracking of the vehicle's initial ascent.
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STS-116: Crew heads for the pad
Posted: December 7, 2006
Duration: 3 min 15 sec
Led by commander Mark Polansky, the astronauts emerge from the Kennedy Space Center crew quarters to board the AstroVan for the ride from the Industrial Area to launch pad 39B on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.
Crew
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STS-116: Astronauts suit up
Posted: December 7, 2006
Duration: 3 min 11 sec
All seven space shuttle Discovery astronauts don their day-glow orange launch and entry partial pressure spacesuits in the suit-up room of crew quarters.
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STS-116: Crew's snack time
Posted: December 7, 2006
Duration: 1 min 43 sec
Space shuttle Discovery's seven astronauts gather around the dining room table in crew quarters for a snack and the traditional launch day photo opportunity.
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STS-116: launch pad gantry rolls away
Posted: December 7, 2006
Duration: 1 min 59 sec
At launch pad 39B, the rotating service structure (RSS) is pulled away from space shuttle Discovery in readiness for its planned launch on STS-116, a crucial space station assembly flight.
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New Mars water discovery
Posted: December 6, 2006
Duration: 60 min 15 sec
Mars Global Surveyor has found bright new deposits in two gullies that suggest water may have spurted on the surface during the past few years. The images are presented by scientists in this news briefing presentation.
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STS-116: Launch-1 day countdown status briefing
Posted: December 6, 2006
Duration: 22 min 53 sec
A progress of space shuttle Discovery's launch countdown and the updated weather forecast are reported during this status briefing held at 10 a.m. December 6.
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STS-116: Pre-launch news conference
Posted: December 5, 2006
Duration: 39 min 54 sec
Officials from NASA, ESA and the Air Force hold the the pre-launch news conference for STS-116 at 9 p.m. December 5. They discuss the objectives of Discovery's mission, the European participation in the flight, the weather forecast and two possible technical problems that need to be reviewed before launch.
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STS-116: Launch-2 day countdown status briefing
Posted: December 5, 2006
Duration: 15 min 24 sec
A status report on the early phase of shuttle Discovery's launch countdown and the weather odds for liftoff are given at this news briefing held at 10 a.m. December 5.
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STS-116: Launch countdown begins
Posted: December 4, 2006
Duration: 6 min 22 sec
Countdown clocks inside Firing Room 4 of Kennedy Space Center's Complex 39 Launch Control Center begin ticking at 11 p.m. EST December 4 in preparation for the planned December 7 liftoff of shuttle Discovery.
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Exploration: The lunar strategy
Posted: December 4, 2006
Duration: 57 min 12 sec
NASA leaders announce the exploration strategy and lunar architecture for the next era of human voyages to the moon during this news conference held December 4 at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. The videos are presented in MPEG-4 (H.264) format.
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STS-116: Astronauts' post-arrival comments
Posted: December 3, 2006
Duration: 7 min 16 sec
The seven astronauts to launch aboard shuttle Discovery's STS-116 mission make brief comments to the press at Kennedy Space Center's runway following arrival to begin countdown preparations.
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STS-116: Crew jets into town
Posted: December 3, 2006
Duration: 12 min 6 sec
Space shuttle Discovery's astronauts arrived at Kennedy Space Center just before 4 p.m. EST in a wave of T-38 two-seater jets, touching down on the spaceport's concrete runway after a flight from their home base in Houston.
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STS-116: Crew biographies
Posted: December 3, 2006
Duration: 9 min 41 sec
Two veterans and five rookies make up the seven-person astronaut crew launching aboard space shuttle Discovery's STS-116 space station assembly mission. Meet the crew members and learn how each became an astronaut in this special biography movie.
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STS-116 astronaut interviews: Commander Mark Polansky
Posted: December 2, 2006
Duration: 37 min 57 sec
Leading the space shuttle crew during Discovery's STS-116 flight to the International Space Station is Mark Polansky. The New Jersey native has flown on one previous shuttle mission. He previews STS-116 in this interview.
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