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STS-115 flight day 11: Initial briefing by shuttle program manager
Posted: September 19, 2006
Duration: 27 min 58 sec
Space shuttle program manager Wayne Hale gives this initial briefing on the mystery object and the decision to delay Atlantis' return to Earth during a news conference from Johnson Space Center at 12 noon EDT.
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STS-115 flight day 11: Landing delayed
Posted: September 19, 2006
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
Astronaut CAPCOM Terry Virts calls Atlantis commander Brent Jett with news that the shuttle would remain in space an extra day to allow further analysis of the mystery object and possible orbiter inspections.
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STS-115 flight day 11: Mystery object seen alongside shuttle Atlantis
Posted: September 19, 2006
Duration: 3 min 46 sec
Cameras in the payload bay sight a mystery object flying alongside the space shuttle Atlantis. This video prompted ground controllers to delay some landing preparations.
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STS-115 flight day 11: Mission control informs crew of mystery object
Posted: September 19, 2006
Duration: 2 min 28 sec
Mission control's Terry Virts informs Atlantis commander Brent Jett that some landing preparations will be postponed while flight controllers investigate a mystery object sighted in television views, floating alongside the shuttle.
Shuttle told of mystery object
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STS-115 flight day 11: Three-spacecraft chat
Posted: September 19, 2006
Duration: 17 min 22 sec
Crew members aboard shuttle Atlantis, the International Space Station and Russian Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft have a unique three-way phone call as their vehicles orbit separately around Earth.
Earth
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STS-115 flight day 10: Status briefing
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 28 min 31 sec
Space station program manager Mike Suffredini explains the situation aboard the outpost after a smoke alarm was triggered in the Zvezda service module and STS-115 lead shuttle flight director Paul Dye updates Atlantis' mission in this flight day 10 status briefing from Monday, Sept. 18.
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STS-115 flight day 10: Heat shield inspections
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 5 min 42 sec
The Orbiter Boom Sensor System was used on the second day of Atlantis' mission to look for launch debris impacts. The boom is put into action again on flight day 10 to look for space debris hits.
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STS-115 flight day 10: OBSS grappled
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 6 min 2 sec
In preparation for the late inspections on Atlantis' heat shield, the shuttle robot arm grapples the Orbiter Boom Sensor System stowed on the starboard side of the payload bay.
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STS-115 launch: Camera 163
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 12 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-115 launch: Camera 161
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 18 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 161 positioned on the fixed service tower of Complex 39B points upward to see the nose of the external tank and the "twang" of the shuttle stack moving during main engine start. (Replay includes live launch audio).
Launch
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STS-115 launch: Camera 160
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 17 sec
Launch pad camera 160 from atop the sound suppression system water tower gives this engineering view of liftoff from behind shuttle Atlantis. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-115 launch: Camera 154
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 16 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 154 from the mobile launcher platform is angled upward to see the starboard underside wing of Atlantis 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-115 launch: Camera 151
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 18 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 149 positioned on the mobile launcher platform gives a unique angle of space shuttle Atlantis' three main engines. (Replay includes live launch audio).
Launch
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STS-115 launch: Camera 150
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 16 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 Atlantis' aft engine compartment.
Launch
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STS-115 launch: Camera 149
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 17 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 149 positioned on the mobile launcher platform gives a unique angle of space shuttle Atlantis' three main engines. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-115 launch: Camera 109
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 18 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 109 focuses on the main fuel umbilical connections between the external tank and the belly of space shuttle Atlantis during the ignition and liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Expedition 14: Ascent to orbit
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 11 min 38 sec
This extended duration movie follows the Soyuz rocket from the final countdown through arrival in orbit with the Expedition 14 crew. The video shows the three-stage rocket's ascent from Baikonur Cosmodrome and includes views of Mike Lopez-Alegria, Mikhail Tyurin and Anousheh Ansari from cameras inside the capsule.
Soyuz
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Expedition 14: Launch replays
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 1 min 2 sec
This two different camera angles capture the Russian rocket launching the Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft from Baikonur Cosmodrome with the Expedition 14 crew bound for the International Space Station.
Soyuz
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Expedition 14: Liftoff!
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 3 min 20 sec
A Russian Soyuz rocket with the Expedition 14 crew bound for the space station blasts off at 12:08:40 a.m. EDT from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The crew is led by commander Mike Lopez-Alegria, with cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin and space tourist Anousheh Ansari.
Soyuz
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Expedition 14: Crew at the pad
Posted: September 18, 2006
Duration: 2 min 7 sec
Amid crowds of space officials and VIPs, the crew arrives at the launch pad to board the Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft for liftoff to the International Space Station.
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