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STS-1: Memories from Mission Control
Posted: April 15, 2006
Duration: 51 min 54 sec
In the continuing 25th anniversary celebration of STS-1, this program looks at the engineering challenges behind development of the space shuttle and performing the first flight from Mission Control. This panel includes Milt Heflin, the STS-1 ascent/entry electrical power system flight controller, former space shuttle program manager Bob Thompson, former orbiter project manager Aaron Cohen, Neil Hutchinson, the STS-1 ascent flight director, and astronauts John Young and Bob Crippen.
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STS-1: 25th anniversary event
Posted: April 13, 2006
Duration: 58 min 37 sec
This 25th anniversary celebration of the first space shuttle launch took place April 12 at Space Center Houston. Speakers included Johnson Space Center Director Mike Coats, NASA Administrator Mike Griffin, Congressman Tom DeLay, Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, STS-1 commander John Young and pilot Bob Crippen.
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LCROSS: Mission leader explains how impact will happen
Posted: April 11, 2006
Duration: 2 min 16 sec
Daniel Andrews, the LCROSS project manager from NASA's Ames Research Center, narrates this animation depicting the mission from launch through impact on the lunar surface.
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NASA unveils new lunar mission
Posted: April 10, 2006
Duration: 52 min 41 sec
During this NASA news conference on April 10, agency officials unveil the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite, or LCROSS, that will launch piggyback with the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft in October 2008. LCROSS will use the launch vehicle's spent upper stage to crash into the moon's south pole in an explosive search for water.
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Expedition 12: Undocking for landing
Posted: April 8, 2006
Duration: 9 min 49 sec
The Russian Soyuz TMA-7 capsule carrying the Expedition 12 crew undocks from the International Space Station in preparation for deorbit and landing to end the six-month mission.
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Expedition 12: Farewell ceremony
Posted: April 8, 2006
Duration: 3 min 47 sec
The departing Expedition 12 crew of commander Bill McArthur and flight engineer Valery Tokarev, along with visiting Brazilian Space Agency astronaut Marcos Pontes, say their goodbyes and board the Soyuz TMA-7 spacecraft docked to the station's Zvezda module.
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Expedition 12 and 13: Change of station command ceremony
Posted: April 7, 2006
Duration: 8 min
Inside the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station, the Expedition 12 crew hands over control of the outpost to the new Expedition 13 crew during the April 7 ceremony.
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STS-1: Crew marks 25th anniversary at Kennedy Space Center
Posted: April 6, 2006
Duration: 51 min 17 sec
In this highly entertaining program, commander John Young and pilot Bob Crippen of the first space shuttle crew tell stories and memories from STS-1. The two respected astronauts visited Kennedy Space Center on April 6 to mark the upcoming 25th anniversary of Columbia's maiden voyage.
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ABC News interviews ISS crew
Posted: April 5, 2006
Duration: 6 min 47 sec
Ned Potter of ABC News interviews Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur and Expedition 13 commander Pavel Vinogradov and flight engineer Jeff Williams from the International Space Station's Destiny laboratory module on April 5.
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CBS Radio interviews ISS crew
Posted: April 5, 2006
Duration: 9 min 53 sec
Peter King and Bill Harwood of CBS Radio interviews Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur and Expedition 13 commander Pavel Vinogradov and flight engineer Jeff Williams from the International Space Station's Destiny laboratory module on April 5.
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Houston Chronicle interviews ISS crew
Posted: April 5, 2006
Duration: 9 min 34 sec
Mark Carreau of the Houston Chronicle newspaper interviews Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur and Expedition 13 flight engineer Jeff Williams from the International Space Station's Destiny laboratory module on April 5.
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Associated Press interviews ISS crew
Posted: April 5, 2006
Duration: 10 min 15 sec
Mike Schneider of the Associated Press interviews Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur and Expedition 13 flight engineer Jeff Williams from the International Space Station's Destiny laboratory module on April 5.
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STS-37: Launch anniversary
Posted: April 5, 2006
Duration: 3 min 15 sec
On April 5, 1991, space shuttle Atlantis lifted off from Kennedy Space Center carrying the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory -- NASA's second Great Observatory. Launch occurred at 9:23 a.m. from pad 39B.
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STS-41G: Satellite deploy, walking in space, studying Earth
Posted: April 4, 2006
Duration: 15 min 56 sec
The October 1984 flight of space shuttle Challenger featured a diverse set of accomplishments. The Earth Radiation Budget Satellite environmental spacecraft was deployed and a planet-mapping radar was tested. The seven-person crew was led by Bob Crippen and included the first Canadian in space, Marc Garneau, and the first time two women, Sally Ride and Kathryn Sullivan, had flown aboard one flight. Sullivan and Dave Leestma also conducted a spacewalk to demonstrate techniques for refueling satellites. The crew narrates this post-flight film of STS-41G.
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Expedition 12 and 13: Joint in-flight news conference
Posted: April 3, 2006
Duration: 25 min 55 sec
The combined Expedition 12 and 13 crews, along with visiting Brazilian astronaut Marcos Pontes, hold this in-flight news conference with reporters in Houston, Cape Canaveral and Moscow on April 3. The crews are handing over duties during this week-long handover before Expedition 12 returns to Earth from the space station.
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Expedition 13: Soyuz docks to ISS
Posted: March 31, 2006
Duration: 4 min 18 sec
The Russian Soyuz TMA-8 spacecraft carrying the Expedition 13 resident crew successfully docks to the Zarya module of the International Space Station under automated control. The longer length clip lasts over 18 minutes and includes the Soyuz flyaround of the station, final approach and the docking itself.
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NASA sets new public affairs policy
Posted: March 30, 2006
Duration: 41 min 16 sec
NASA Administrator Mike Griffin and Deputy Administrator Shana Dale unveil the agency's revised public affairs policy in this address to employees on March 30. The policy was changed after a controversy involving a political appointee in public affairs trying to silence an environmental scientist.
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Expedition 13: Launch angles
Posted: March 30, 2006
Duration: 4 min 55 sec
This four cameras offer different views of the Russian Soyuz rocket launches from Baikonur Cosmodrome with the Expedition 13 crew bound for the International Space Station.
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Expedition 13: Post-launch interview
Posted: March 29, 2006
Duration: 2 min 3 sec
Following the successful liftoff of the Expedition 13 crew aboard the Soyuz rocket, Rex Geveden, NASA's associate administrator, shares his thoughts in a brief interview from Baikonur Cosmodrome.
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Expedition 13: Post-launch interview
Posted: March 29, 2006
Duration: 3 min 2 sec
Following the successful liftoff of the Expedition 13 crew aboard the Soyuz rocket, Kirk Shireman, NASA's deputy program manager for the International Space Station, shares his thoughts in a brief interview from Baikonur Cosmodrome.
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