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"Ride of Your Life"
Posted: December 26, 2005
Duration: 4 min 36 sec
As the title aptly describes, the movie "Ride of Your Life" straps you aboard the flight deck for the thunderous liftoff, the re-entry and safe landing of space shuttle Columbia on the STS-65 mission in July 1994. The movie features the rarely heard intercomm communications between the crewmembers, including pilot Jim Halsell assisting commander Bob Cabana during the landing.
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Holidays aboard the space station
Posted: December 25, 2005
Duration: 3 min 15 sec
Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur talks about spending the holidays aboard the International Space Station and the foods available for the crews. The current residents had American food for Thanksgiving but planned Russian items for their Christmas feast.
Holidays aboard the space station
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20th Russian-made resupply ship docks to the International Space Station
Posted: December 23, 2005
Duration: 11 min 22 sec
The International Space Station receives its 20th Russian Progress cargo ship, bringing the outpost's two-man Expedition 12 crew a delivery of fresh food, clothes, equipment and special holiday gifts just in time for Christmas.
Progress 20P docking
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Rendezvous with the station
Posted: December 23, 2005
Duration: 5 min 17 sec
This movie features highlights of the December 23 rendezvous between the Russian Progress 20P vessel and the International Space Station. The footage comes from a camera mounted on the supply ship's nose.
Rendezvous with the station
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Apollo 8: Christmas Eve message
Posted: December 22, 2005
Duration: 2 min 1 sec
On Christmas Eve in 1968, a live television broadcast from Apollo 8 offered this message of hope to the people of Earth. The famous transmission occurred as the astronauts orbited the Moon.
Apollo 8: Christmas Eve message
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Stardust: News conference previews craft's return to Earth
Posted: December 21, 2005
Duration: 42 min 16 sec
NASA's Stardust spacecraft encountered Comet Wild 2 two years ago, gathering samples of cometary dust for return to Earth. In this Dec. 21 news conference, mission officials and scientists detail the probe's homecoming and planned landing in Utah scheduled for January 15, 2006.
Stardust news conference
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Pluto New Horizons: Pre-flight mission science news conference
Posted: December 19, 2005
Duration: 43 min 29 sec
The first robotic space mission to visit the distant planet Pluto and frozen objects in the Kuiper Belt is explained by the project's managers and scientists in this NASA news conference from the agency's Washington headquarters on Dec. 19. The New Horizons mission is scheduled for launch in January 2006.
Pluto New Horizons mission science
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Pluto New Horizons: Spacecraft mounted atop third stage motor
Posted: December 17, 2005
Duration: 4 min 45 sec
Workers hoist Pluto New Horizons atop the Star 48 motor that serves as the third stage for the spacecraft's launch from Earth, following the Atlas-Centaur firings. This modified Delta 2 rocket stage will give the spacecraft the needed push for its voyage across the solar system.
Third stage mate with spacecraft
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Pluto New Horizons: Third stage delivered by Boeing
Posted: December 17, 2005
Duration: 6 min 28 sec
Boeing workers deliver the third stage for New Horizons to the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at Kennedy Space Center. The on-time arrival December 1 occurred despite a strike by some Boeing union workers.
Pluto third stage
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Pluto New Horizons: Atlas fitted with fifth strap-on solid rocket booster
Posted: December 17, 2005
Duration: 5 min 10 sec
The fifth and final solid rocket booster for the Atlas 5 that will launch Pluto New Horizons is mated to the vehicle inside the Vertical Integration Facility at Cape Canaveral's Complex 41. This SRB is a replacement for the one damaged during Hurricane Wilma.
Atlas gets fifth SRB
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Pluto New Horizons: Spin balance testing
Posted: December 17, 2005
Duration: 2 min 38 sec
At Kennedy Space Center's Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility, the Pluto New Horizons spacecraft undergoes balance testing in which the probe is spun on a special fixture.
Spin balance testing
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STS-121: Inspection boom loaded aboard shuttle Discovery
Posted: December 16, 2005
Duration: 2 min 18 sec
In Orbiter Processing Facility Bay 3, workers install the 50-foot long Orbiter Boom Sensor System in Discovery's payload bay. The boom features cameras and inspection devices to scan the shuttle's heat shield in space to look for damage sustained during launch.
STS-121 OBSS installed
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STS-121: Space shuttle Discovery receives its robotic arm
Posted: December 16, 2005
Duration: 2 min 29 sec
Technicians install a Canadian-made robotic arm in space shuttle Discovery's payload bay for the upcoming STS-121 mission to the International Space Station. This particular Canadarm has special instrumentation to gather structural loads data during tests on the second return-to-flight mission.
STS-121 robotic arm installed
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Space shuttle program news briefing
Posted: December 15, 2005
Duration: 38 min 14 sec
Bill Gerstenmaier, NASA associate administrator for space operations, discusses the latest space shuttle program news, including the decision to remove the PAL foam ramp from future external fuel tanks, during this December 15 teleconference with reporters.
Space shuttle program news briefing
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History Flashback: Gemini 6
Posted: December 14, 2005
Duration: 1 min 36 sec
The Gemini 6 mission launched from the Cape at 8:37 a.m. December 15, 1965 to rendezvous with the orbiting Gemini 7 spacecraft. The rendezvous occurred and Gemini 6 safely returned to Earth.
Gemini 6
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History Flashback: The first International Space Station spacewalkers
Posted: December 12, 2005
Duration: 2 min 48 sec
Mission Control remembers the spacewalking efforts by astronaut Jerry Ross and Jim Newman from this week in 1998. The duo worked to connect the first two pieces of the International Space Station -- the Russian-made Zarya control module and the U.S Unity node.
STS-88 spacewalkers
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Cassini: New views of icy moons
Posted: December 7, 2005
Duration: 3 min 12 sec
NASA's Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn is wrapping up a phenomenally successful year of observing the mysterious icy moons, including Enceladus, Dione, Rhea, Hyperion and Iapetus.
Cassini's views of icy moons
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Mars Exploration Rover: New panoramas
Posted: December 6, 2005
Duration: 2 min 51 sec
New panoramas from NASA's long-lasting Mars Exploration Rovers show the view from the Columbia Hills where Spirit continues its adventure and the strange landscape at Meridiani Planum where Opportunity is driving southward.
Mars Exploration Rover panoramas
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Pluto New Horizons: Adding the Atlas 5 strap-on solid rocket boosters
Posted: December 4, 2005
Duration: 1 min 10 sec
Pluto New Horizons needs as much launch energy as possible to begin its journey from Earth to the distant reaches of the outer solar system. The Atlas 5 will use five strap-on solid rocket boosters to provide significantly more thrust at liftoff.
Atlas 5 strap-on solid rocket boosters
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Pluto New Horizons: Centaur upper stage hoisted atop Atlas 5
Posted: December 4, 2005
Duration: 5 min 57 sec
The cryogenic Centaur upper stage of the Pluto New Horizons' Atlas 5 rocket is hoisted into the Vertical Integration Facility and mated atop the awaiting first stage. The Centaur single RL10 engine burns super cold liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants.
Centaur hoisted atop Atlas 5
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