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STS-121 launch: Beach tracker
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 1 min 56 sec
A tracking camera at positioned on a mound along beach southeast of launch pad 39B provides this angle of space shuttle Discovery's liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-121 launch: Inside Mission Control
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 11 min 24 sec
Go behind the scenes in Mission Control as the ascent flight control team, led by Steve Stich with CAPCOM Steve Frick, proceed through the final countdown and Discovery's launch to orbit. This remarkable footage includes the communications between the controllers and Stich.
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STS-121 Post Launch News Conference
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 33 min 55 sec
NASA officials hold the traditional post launch news conference following Discovery's liftoff. Participating were NASA Administrator Mike Griffin, Associate Administrator for Space Operations Bill Gerstenmaier, Shuttle Program Manager Wayne Hale, Deputy Shuttle Program Manager John Shannon and Launch Director Mike Leinbach.
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STS-121 launch: Camera 171
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 38 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).
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STS-121 launch: Camera 170
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 34 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).
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STS-121 launch: Camera 163
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 35 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).
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STS-121 launch: Camera 161
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 36 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 161 positioned on the fixed service tower of Complex 39B points downward to see the nose and cockpit of space shuttle Discovery during the liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-121 launch: Camera 160
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 47 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-121 launch: Camera 154
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 40 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-121 launch: Camera 151
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 35 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 151 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 starboard side of Discovery's aft engine compartment.
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STS-121 launch: Camera 150
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 17 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.
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STS-121 launch: Camera 149
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 28 sec
Launch pad engineering camera 149 positioned on the mobile launcher platform gives a unique angle of space shuttle Discovery's three main engines. The camera shows the flame trench water starting to flow, the hydrogen burn-off sparklers firing and the engines igniting. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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STS-121 launch: Camera 109
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 19 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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Debris falls away from the external tank
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 2 sec
Debris appears to fall away from the shuttle's external fuel tank approximately 2 minutes and 48 seconds into flight.
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STS-121 launch: Onboard camera of external fuel tank separation
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
A video camera mounted on space shuttle Discovery's fuel tank captures this amazing footage of the three main engines shutting down and the orbiter separating from the spent tank.
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STS-121 LAUNCH!
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 2 min 57 sec
Space shuttle Discovery blasts off from pad 39B at 2:37:55 p.m. on the second return-to-flight test mission, roaring into clear skies over the Kennedy Space Center.
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STS-121 countdown: Pilot Mark Kelly gets strapped in
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 58 sec
Pilot Mark Kelly is strapped into the flight deck's front-right seat for launch. He boarded space shuttle Discovery at 11:25 a.m.
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STS-121 countdown: Mission Specialist 5 Thomas Reiter boards
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 1 min 34 sec
At 11:16 a.m., mission specialist No. 5, Thomas Reiter, climbs through the hatch and takes the middeck's right seat.
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STS-121 countdown: Commander Steve Lindsey boards Discovery
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 1 min 25 sec
As skipper of the spacecraft, commander Steve Lindsey was the first astronaut to board the shuttle. He climbed into the forward-left seat on the flight deck at 11:14 a.m.
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STS-121 countdown: Crew at the pad
Posted: July 4, 2006
Duration: 3 min
Space shuttle Discovery's crew arrived at launch pad 39B at 11:07 a.m. as the AstroVan came to a stop on the pad surface near the Fixed Service Structure tower elevator that will take the seven-person crew to the 195-foot level to begin boarding the shuttle.
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