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GOES-N: Press site vantage point
Posted: May 25, 2006
Duration: 1 min 3 sec
From the press viewing spot along the NASA Causeway southwest of Complex 37, watch the Delta 4 rocket lift off with the GOES-N spacecraft in our Spaceflight Now wide-screen video.
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GOES-N: The full launch experience
Posted: May 24, 2006
Duration: 17 min 53 sec
This long-length movie captures the thrill of the Delta 4 launch carrying GOES-N. As the countdown resumes from the T-minus 5 minute hold, watch as the Boeing launch team readies the rocket for liftoff. The video takes you through the arrival in orbit when the second stage engine completes its initial firing more than 12 minutes into flight.
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GOES-N: Liftoff aboard Delta 4
Posted: May 24, 2006
Duration: 2 min 5 sec
The Boeing Delta 4 rocket launches from pad 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with the GOES-N spacecraft, beginning a new era in weather observing for the Americas.
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GOES-N: Pre-launch news conference
Posted: May 23, 2006
Duration: 38 min 12 sec
Officials from NOAA, NASA, National Weather Service, Boeing and the Air Force give this pre-launch news briefing from Kennedy Space Center on May 23, the eve of liftoff for the GOES-N weather satellite aboard a Delta 4 rocket from Cape Canaveral.
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GOES-N: Hoisted atop Delta 4 rocket
Posted: May 22, 2006
Duration: 4 min 37 sec
At Cape Canaveral's Complex 37 on April 30, the GOES-N spacecraft is hoisted into the launch pad's mobile service tower and mated to the Boeing Delta 4 rocket's upper stage in preparation for liftoff.
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GOES-N: Return to the launch pad
Posted: May 22, 2006
Duration: 4 min 49 sec
Completing its second visit to the Astrotech facility -- this one to undergo a health check after its extended launch delay -- the GOES-N weather observatory makes its way across the Cape to the Delta 4 rocket's pad 37B on April 28.
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GOES-N: Encapsulation in nose cone
Posted: May 22, 2006
Duration: 6 min 19 sec
The two-piece nose cone of the Boeing Delta 4 rocket is positioned around the GOES-N weather satellite at Astrotech on April 22 and 23 in a process known as encapsulation.
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GOES-N: Spacecraft attached to rocket adapter
Posted: May 22, 2006
Duration: 5 min 54 sec
After completing its re-test health check at the Astrotech satellite processing facility, the GOES-N spacecraft is lifted onto the cone-shaped adapter that will connect the satellite and Delta 4 rocket.
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STS-121: Discovery takes its position atop launch pad 39B
Posted: May 19, 2006
Duration: 3 min 17 sec
As night fell over Kennedy Space Center on May 19, space shuttle Discovery reached launch pad 39B to complete the slow journey from the Vehicle Assembly Building. Discovery will be traveling much faster in a few weeks when it blasts off to the International Space Station.
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STS-121: Turning toward the pad
Posted: May 19, 2006
Duration: 4 min 32 sec
The crawler-transporter reaches a fork in the road and turns northward to follow the path to launch pad 39B during its heavy-duty hauling mission to deliver space shuttle Discovery to the seaside complex.
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Shuttle Manager Wayne Hale discusses wind tunnel test results
Posted: May 19, 2006
Duration: 1 min 18 sec
Space shuttle program manager Wayne Hales talks with reporters about the results of wind tunnel tests on the redesigned external fuel tank. Speaking during Discovery's rollout, Hale says a preliminary look at the test data suggests that the removal of the protuberance airload - PAL - ramp will not place adverse aerodynamic loads on the vehicle.
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STS-121: Cruising down the crawlerway
Posted: May 19, 2006
Duration: 4 min 39 sec
Space shuttle Discovery drives along the crawlerway en route to the pad. The crawlerway is 130 feet wide -- almost as broad as an eight-lane highway.
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STS-121: Time-lapse view of Discovery emerging from VAB
Posted: May 19, 2006
Duration: 1 min 38 sec
Watch space shuttle Discovery emerge from Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building in sped-up fashion. This time-lapse movie was created using video from an engineering camera positioned to the north of the VAB. The old Titan 4 launch pad -- Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral -- can be seen in the background.
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STS-121: Shuttle Discovery begins rollout to the launch pad
Posted: May 19, 2006
Duration: 6 min 43 sec
At 12:45 p.m. EDT on May 19, space shuttle Discovery began the slow trip from the Vehicle Assembly Building to launch pad 39B aboard an Apollo-era crawler-transporter.
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STS-61B: Spacewalkers test concepts for building structures in orbit
Posted: May 17, 2006
Duration: 19 min 45 sec
The November 1985 flight of space shuttle Atlantis began with a rare nighttime blastoff. The seven-member crew, including a Mexican payload specialist, spent a week in orbit deploying three communications satellites for Australia, Mexico and the U.S. And a pair of high-visibility spacewalks were performed to demonstrate techniques for building large structures in space. The crew narrates the highlights of STS-61B in this post-flight crew film presentation.
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STS-61A: First German Spacelab features 8-person crew
Posted: May 15, 2006
Duration: 24 min 29 sec
Eight astronauts -- the largest crew in history -- spent a week in space during the fall of 1985 aboard shuttle Challenger for mission STS-61A, the first flight dedicated to the German Spacelab. The crew worked in the Spacelab D-1 laboratory conducting a range of experiments, including a quick-moving sled that traveled along tracks in the module. A small satellite was ejected from a canister in the payload bay as well. The astronauts narrate the highlights of the mission in this post-flight film.
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STS-121: Shuttle Discovery welcomed inside Vehicle Assembly Building
Posted: May 12, 2006
Duration: 2 min 31 sec
Space shuttle Discovery pulled into the cavernous Vehicle Assembly Building following the hour-long drive from the processing hangar. The 52-story VAB is where the ship will be mated to the external fuel tank and twin solid rocket boosters before rolling to launch pad 39B.
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STS-121: Walking along with Discovery
Posted: May 12, 2006
Duration: 4 min 40 sec
Kennedy Space Center employees and officials escorted Discovery during the short trip between the hangar and assembly building. You can walk along, virtually speaking, in this movie taken during the roll.
Discovery's departure from hangar
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STS-121: Space shuttle Discovery begins milestone move
Posted: May 12, 2006
Duration: 5 min 19 sec
Just after 11 a.m. on May 12, space shuttle Discovery began its move out of the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 3 for the milestone transfer to the Vehicle Assembly Building. Discovery had spent nearly nine months undergoing pre-flight preps inside the hangar.
Discovery's departure from hangar
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STS-121: Time-lapse of shuttle Discovery arriving inside VAB
Posted: May 12, 2006
Duration: 1 min 18 sec
Perched atop a trailer-like transporter, space shuttle Discovery arrives inside the 52-story Vehicle Assembly Building for mating to its external fuel tank and twin solid rocket boosters in preparation for the STS-121 mission. This time-lapse movie from a camera within the VAB condenses 20 minutes of footage.
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