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STEREO: Rocket nose cone installed
Posted: October 24, 2006
Duration: 2 min 10 sec
The 10-foot diameter composite nose cone of the Boeing Delta 2 rocket is installed in two halves around the STEREO observatories during the final days before launch. The shroud covers the satellites during ascent through the atmosphere.
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STEREO: Observatories uncanned
Posted: October 24, 2006
Duration: 5 min 4 sec
After the STEREO spacecraft were mounted atop the Boeing Delta 2 rocket, the protective transportation canister enclosing the satellites is removed by pad technicians.
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STEREO: Trip to the launch pad
Posted: October 24, 2006
Duration: 5 min 27 sec
In the predawn hours of October 11, the STEREO spacecraft were transported from the AstroTech processing facility to launch pad 17B. At sunrise, the payload was hoisted into the pad tower and mated to the Delta 2 rocket.
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STS-48: Launching a new era in studying Earth's environment from space
Posted: October 23, 2006
Duration: 28 min 19 sec
With launch of the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite from space shuttle Discovery in September 1991, a new era in studying Earth's environment from space began. The crew of STS-48 describes the mission in this post-flight film, which includes an beautiful nighttime flyover of the United States.
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Exploration: Spacecraft progress report
Posted: October 19, 2006
Duration: 37 min 27 sec
A progress report on development of the Orion crew exploration spacecraft and the Ares launch vehicle is given during this briefing held October 18 at the Glenn Research Center in Cleveland.
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Exploration: Research for the future
Posted: October 19, 2006
Duration: 40 min 2 sec
Scientists working to solve the challenges standing in the way of NASA's Vision for Space Exploration give this update on the technical research underway during a briefing held October 18 at the Glenn Research Center in Cleveland.
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Early pictures from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
Posted: October 16, 2006
Duration: 49 min 22 sec
Some of the initial pictures and data from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter since the craft entered its mapping orbit around the Red Planet are presented in this news briefing held October 16 from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
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STS-40: Medical research performed in space laboratory
Posted: October 12, 2006
Duration: 19 min 9 sec
Astronauts, rodents and jellyfish were the subjects during extensive medical tests performed aboard the first Spacelab Life Sciences mission launched in June 1991 aboard shuttle Columbia. A space laboratory module riding in the payload bay housed the experiment facilities. The crew of STS-40 explain the mission in this post-flight film.
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Expedition 14: Soyuz links up with new docking port
Posted: October 10, 2006
Duration: 10 min 51 sec
The three-man crew of the International Space Station complete their short trip, flying their Soyuz capsule to another docking port in preparation for receiving a resupply ship. The capsule was moved from the Zvezda module to Zarya.
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Expedition 14: Soyuz undocks for relocation maneuver
Posted: October 10, 2006
Duration: 7 min 10 sec
Expedition 14 commander Michael Lopez-Alegria, Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin and European astronaut Thomas Reiter undock their Soyuz TMA-9 capsule from the Zvezda service module's rear port to begin a short trip to move the spacecraft to another docking port.
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STS-39: Shuttle Discovery stars in dramatic military maneuver show
Posted: October 9, 2006
Duration: 18 min 57 sec
Space shuttle Discovery's STS-39 flight, launched in April 1991, served as a research mission for the U.S. Department of Defense. An instrument-laden spacecraft for the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization was released to watch Discovery perform countless rocket firings and maneuvers, as well as canisters releasing clouds of gas. The crew tells the story of the mission in this post-flight film presentation.
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STS-37: Gamma Ray Observatory launched with help of spacewalkers
Posted: October 9, 2006
Duration: 25 min 40 sec
Seeking to study explosive forces across the universe, the Gamma Ray Observatory was launched aboard shuttle Atlantis in April 1991. But when the craft's communications antenna failed to unfold, spacewalking astronauts ventured outside the shuttle to save the day. The rescue EVA was followed by a planned spacewalk to test new equipment and techniques. The crew of STS-37 narrate this post-flight mission film.
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Mars rover spotted at crater's rim by sharp-eyed orbiter
Posted: October 6, 2006
Duration: 42 min 51 sec
Dazzling images from Mars are revealed by scientists in this press conference held October 6 at NASA Headquarters. The robotic rover Opportunity has reached the massive Victoria crater with its steep cliffs and layers of rock exposing the planet's geologic history. Meanwhile, the new Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has photographed the rover and its surroundings from high above.
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STS-35: ASTRO provides new insights into lifestyles of the galaxies
Posted: October 5, 2006
Duration: 18 min 10 sec
Loaded with a package of telescopes in its payload bay, shuttle Columbia soared into space for the first ASTRO mission in December 1990. The crew narrates this highlights film from the STS-35 mission in which the astronauts worked around the clock in two shifts to operate the observatory. The flight launched and then landed at night, and included the astronauts teaching from space.
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Hubble discovers extrasolar planets far across galaxy
Posted: October 4, 2006
Duration: 39 min 45 sec
In this news conference from NASA Headquarters, scientists announce the Hubble Space Telescope's discovery of 16 extrasolar planet candidates orbiting a variety of distant stars in the central region of our Milky Way galaxy. Five of the newly found planets represent a new extreme type of planet not found in any nearby searches.
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House hearing on CEV Orion
Posted: September 28, 2006
Duration: 106 min 27 sec
This House of Representatives hearing focuses on development of NASA's Crew Exploration Vehicle -- Orion -- as America's next human spacecraft to replace the space shuttle. Testifying at the hearing is NASA exploration chief Scott Horowitz and a member from the GAO.
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Expedition 13: Pirs' view of undocking
Posted: September 28, 2006
Duration: 1 min 32 sec
One of the Expedition 14 crew members pointed a camera out the window of the space station's Pirs module to capture this view of the Soyuz TMA-8 spacecraft undocking with the outgoing Expedition 13 crew.
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Expedition 13: Undocking for landing
Posted: September 28, 2006
Duration: 7 min 38 sec
A camera mounted on the nose of the Russian Soyuz TMA-8 capsule provides this view of the Expedition 13 crew's undocking from the International Space Station's Zarya module.
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Expedition 13: Farewell and hatch closure
Posted: September 28, 2006
Duration: 5 min 49 sec
Expedition 13 commander Pavel Vinogradov and flight engineer Jeff Williams, along with visiting tourist Anousheh Ansari, will say their goodbyes to the station's new crew and then float into the Soyuz TMA-8 craft docked to the station's Zarya control module downward-facing port in preparation for departure.
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Expedition 13 and 14: Change of station command ceremony
Posted: September 28, 2006
Duration: 8 min 45 sec
Inside the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station, the Expedition 13 crew hands over control of the outpost to the new Expedition 14 crew during the September 27 ceremony.
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