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STS-121 flight day 7: Behind the scenes
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 9 min 11 sec
Go behind the scenes inside the station control room at Houston's Mission Control Center as flight director Rick LaBrode and spacewalk officer Tomas Gonzalez-Torres oversee the second EVA Discovery's crew.
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STS-121 flight day 7: New reel bolted down
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 12 min 8 sec
As seen through their helmet-mounted cameras, the spacewalkers bolt the new reel assembly to the station and route the cabling that will operate the device.
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STS-121 flight day 7: Installation of new reel assembly not easy
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 7 min 29 sec
Spacewalker Mike Fossum struggles to install the new cable reel assembly on the space station's truss that will restore redundant power, data and video between the lab and a robot arm transporter cart.
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STS-121 flight day 7: New cable reel for station railcar on the way
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 9 min 24 sec
While Piers Sellers works in the payload bay to secure the failed reel assembly for return to Earth aboard Discovery, Mike Fossum carries the new reel toward the space station while riding on the robot arm.
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STS-121 flight day 7: Failed reel assembly brought back to the shuttle
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 6 min 29 sec
Mike Fossum arrives back in Discovery's payload bay with the failed railcar umbilical reel assembly in hand. Fellow spacewalker Piers Sellers gets in position to hold the device while Fossum removes the new assembly from the launch cradle. The old unit will be placed in that spot for the ride back to Earth.
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STS-121 flight day 7: Failed cable reel for station railcar removed
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 10 min 4 sec
Spacewalker Mike Fossum removes the failed railcar umbilical reel assembly from the space station truss structure. With his feet securely anchored on the end of the station's robot arm, the astronaut carries the 334-pound reel device as the crane maneuvers him toward the shuttle payload bay.
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STS-121 flight day 7: Watch as Sellers replaces cable cutter device
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 7 min 44 sec
As seen through his helmet-mounted camera, spacewalker Piers Sellers replaces the failed Interface Umbilical Assemby for the space station railcar. The device's cable cutter fired for unreasons in December. Since the blade cannot be retracted, the entire unit has to be changed out.
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STS-121 flight day 7: Arm hoists pump module
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 10 min 37 sec
The space station's arm lifts the External Active Thermal Control System Pump Module from the payload bay of Discovery up toward a storage platform on the outpost. The spacewalkers will position the pump on that rack later in the EVA.
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STS-121 flight day 7: Spacewalkers mount grapple bar on pump module
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 10 min 55 sec
One of the first tasks during the second spacewalk of Discovery's mission by Piers Sellers and Mike Fossum was installing a grapple fixture on the ammonia pump module launched aboard the shuttle for transfer to the space station. The fixture would enable to station's arm to grab on and hoist the module out of the payload bay.
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STS-121 flight day 7: Spacewalk preps
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 3 min 58 sec
It takes a lot of work prepare for walking in space. These highlights shot during the morning of Flight Day 7 show Piers Sellers and Mike Fossum going through all the preparations to suit up and go outside the station complex for the second EVA of Discovery's mission.
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STS-121 flight day 7: Spacewalk preview
Posted: July 10, 2006
Duration: 7 min
Tomas Gonzalez-Torres, the Discovery mission's lead spacewalk officer, explains what will happen during the second spacewalk of STS-121. Spacewalkers Piers Sellers and Mike Fossum will make critical repairs to the space station's truss railcar and install a spare pump module on the outpost's exterior.
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STS-121 launch: Solid rocket booster camera
Posted: July 9, 2006
Duration: 7 min 5 sec
From liftoff to splashdown! Hitch a ride aboard space shuttle Discovery's right-hand solid rocket booster during launch with this camera mounted on the motor looking down at Earth. After jettison two minutes to flight, the reusable rocket falls back to the Atlantic Ocean and makes a parachute splashdown. (Video includes live launch audio!)
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STS-121 flight day 6: Post-Mission Management Team meeting briefing
Posted: July 9, 2006
Duration: 27 min 34 sec
Following the Flight Day 6 meeting of the Mission Management Team on July 9 that cleared Discovery's thermal protection system of any launch damage, chairman John Shannon and Steve Poulos, manager of the orbiter projects office, brief reporters.
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STS-121 flight day 6: Mission status
Posted: July 9, 2006
Duration: 11 min 15 sec
Lead flight director in the space shuttle mission control center for STS-121, Tony Ceccacci, gives this status briefing for Flight Day 6 on Sunday, July 9.
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STS-121 flight day 6: Joint crew news conference from space
Posted: July 9, 2006
Duration: 27 min 39 sec
The space shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station resident crews hold a joint news conference inside the U.S. Destiny laboratory module.
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STS-121 flight day 5: Behind the scenes
Posted: July 8, 2006
Duration: 9 min 5 sec
Go behind the scenes inside the space shuttle flight control room at Houston's Mission Control Center as Tony Ceccacci and his team oversee the first spacewalk by Discovery's crew.
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STS-121 flight day 5: Mission status
Posted: July 8, 2006
Duration: 41 min 1 sec
As Flight Day 5 concludes, mission hold this status briefing after the successful first spacewalk by the Discovery astronauts. A short clip from one of the solid rocket booster cameras is also released at this briefing.
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STS-121 flight day 5: Wrapping up EVA 1
Posted: July 8, 2006
Duration: 5 min 57 sec
After successfully completing the boom stability tests, the spacewalkers are returned to the payload bay to hop off the boom, put away their tools and then climb hand over hand back to the airlock to end the 7-hour, 31-minute EVA.
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STS-121 flight day 5: Fossum practices repairs
Posted: July 8, 2006
Duration: 8 min 12 sec
The shuttle arm moves the Orbiter Boom Sensor System and its two spacewalker passengers within reach of the space station's Port 1 truss for the final planned series of tests. As seen through his helmet-mounted camera, Mike Fossum practices actual shuttle repair movements, such as simulating applying tile repair material with an applicator, drilling on a wing leading edge panel and using a spatula with repair material on an RCC panel.
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STS-121 flight day 5: Duo on the boom
Posted: July 8, 2006
Duration: 5 min 29 sec
Both spacewalkers board the Orbiter Boom Sensor System to begin the second test sequence that uses a configuration with the arm in a "weaker" state than the earlier tests over the payload bay. Fossum will be doing some of the same actions that Sellers did earlier, then both spacewalkers move simultaneously to further understand the boom's stability.
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