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STS-121 countdown: Astronauts seated for pre-launch snack
Posted: July 1, 2006
Duration: 2 min 37 sec
Discovery's seven astronauts gather in the dining room at crew quarters for the traditional launch day photo opportunity while seated around the mission cake.
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Rollback of the Rotating Service Structure
Posted: July 1, 2006
Duration: 1 min 9 sec
On the eve of Discovery's planned liftoff, the launch pad Rotating Service Structure is moved away from the vehicle.
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STS-121 astronaut interviews: Commander Steve Lindsey
Posted: July 1, 2006
Duration: 50 min 4 sec
Veteran NASA astronaut Steve Lindsey returns to space aboard shuttle Discovery as commander of the STS-121 mission, the second post-Columbia test flight. Lindsey tells the story of STS-121 in this pre-flight interview.
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STS-121 astronaut interviews: Pilot Mark Kelly
Posted: July 1, 2006
Duration: 34 min 58 sec
Space shuttle Discovery pilot Mark Kelly is a Naval Aviator. He will be making his second spaceflight on STS-121. Kelly discusses a range of topics in this pre-flight interview.
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STS-121 astronaut interviews: Mission Specialist 1 Mike Fossum
Posted: July 1, 2006
Duration: 44 min 59 sec
Mike Fossum is one of the two spacewalkers on Discovery's mission. He is a spaceflight rookie but will work with Piers Sellers to test space shuttle inspection and repair techniques during the EVAs and perform repair chores to the International Space Station. This is his pre-flight interview.
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STS-121 astronaut interviews: Mission Specialist 2 Lisa Nowak
Posted: July 1, 2006
Duration: 33 min 14 sec
Lisa Nowak, a commander in the U.S. Navy, will be making her first spaceflight on Discovery's STS-121 mission to the International Space Station. Her position in the crew is flight engineer. Nowak talks about the flight and becoming an astronaut in this pre-flight interview.
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STS-121 astronaut interviews: Mission Specialist 5 Thomas Reiter
Posted: July 1, 2006
Duration: 29 min 42 sec
German astronaut Thomas Reiter is launching aboard space shuttle Discovery to take up residence on the International Space Station. He will become a member of the Expedition 13 long-duration crew, spending several months living and working on the orbiting laboratory for the European Space Agency. He talks about his mission in this pre-flight interview.
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STS-121: NASA administrator defends decision on eve of liftoff
Posted: June 30, 2006
Duration: 69 min 47 sec
On the afternoon prior to Discovery's planned launch, NASA Administrator Mike Griffin held a pre-flight news conference from Kennedy Space Center. The hot topic throughout the briefing was Griffin's decision to proceed with the mission despite safety concerns with the ice-frost foam ramps on the external tank.
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STS-121: Launch Minus 1 Day countdown status
Posted: June 30, 2006
Duration: 27 min 14 sec
On the eve of space shuttle Discovery's liftoff, the Launch Minus-1 Day Countdown Status Briefing is held to give the latest weather forecast and report on the progress of pre-flight preparations at pad 39B.
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STS-121 Pre-launch News Conference
Posted: June 30, 2006
Duration: 60 min 23 sec
Officials discuss Discovery's readiness for launch at the traditional pre-launch news conference. Briefing the news media are: John Shannon, Space Shuttle Deputy Program manager; Mike Suffredini, International Space Station Program manager; Mike Leinbach, shuttle launch director; Alan Thirkettle, International Space Station Program manager, European Space Agency; and U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. Kaleb Nordgren, 45th Weather Squadron.
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STS-121: Launch Minus 2 Day countdown status
Posted: June 29, 2006
Duration: 23 min 18 sec
The Launch Minus-2 Day Countdown Status Briefing is held at 10 a.m. EDT on Thursday, June 29 to report on the progress of Discovery's countdown to launch.
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STS-121: Countdown begins
Posted: June 28, 2006
Duration: 9 min 20 sec
The countdown for space shuttle Discovery's launch on mission STS-121 commences at 5 p.m. EDT Wednesday, June 28 in Firing Room 4 of the Complex 39 Launch Control Center.
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STS-121: Launch Minus 3 Day countdown status
Posted: June 28, 2006
Duration: 30 min 56 sec
To preview the start of space shuttle Discovery's launch countdown and detail the early weather forecast, the Launch Minus-3 Day Countdown Status Briefing is held at 10 a.m. EDT on June 28 from Kennedy Space Center.
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STS-121: Crew arrives for launch
Posted: June 27, 2006
Duration: 6 min 1 sec
Discovery's seven astronauts arrive at the Kennedy Space Center from Houston aboard T-38 training jets to begin their final preparations for launch on mission STS-121. Each crew member makes a brief comment after the arrival.
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Expedition 13: Progress 22P docks to the space station
Posted: June 26, 2006
Duration: 10 min 17 sec
The Russian Progress 22P supply ship makes its automated rendezvous with the International Space Station and safely docks to the Pirsmodule high above northern Africa. The unpiloted Progress M-57 spacecraft is delivering over 5,000 pounds of fuel, water, spare parts and science gear.
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STEREO: First solid motors attached to Delta 2 launcher
Posted: June 25, 2006
Duration: 8 min 22 sec
The first set of three strap-on solid-fuel motors for the Boeing Delta 2 rocket to launch STEREO is attached to the first stage. The Delta 2 will feature a total of 9 strap-on boosters for the upcoming mission.
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STEREO: Delta rocket stacking begins at pad 17B
Posted: June 25, 2006
Duration: 5 min 41 sec
The first stage of the Boeing Delta 2 rocket that will launch NASA's twin STEREO solar observing spacecraft is erected atop pad 17B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
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MiTEx: Press site vantage point
Posted: June 21, 2006
Duration: 2 min 21 sec
From the news media's viewing spot at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Press Site 1, watch the Delta 2 rocket lift off with the MiTEx spacecraft in our Spaceflight Now wide-screen video.
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MiTEx: Delta 2 rocket blasts off
Posted: June 21, 2006
Duration: 2 min 40 sec
MiTEx -- an experimental U.S. military project to test whether the advanced technologies embedded in two miniature satellites and a new upper stage kick motor can operate through the rigors of spaceflight -- is launched from Cape Canaveral aboard a Boeing Delta 2 rocket.
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MiTEx: Launch pad gantry rolled back
Posted: June 21, 2006
Duration: 4 min 5 sec
The mobile service tower at Cape Canaveral's pad 17A began its retraction to the launch position at about 10 a.m. June 21. The tower rollback event revealed the Boeing Delta 2 rocket that will carry the Micro-Satellite Technology Experiment, or MiTEx, mission into space for the U.S. military.
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