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Pluto New Horizons: Erecting Atlas 5 rocket's first stage
Posted: December 4, 2005
Duration: 5 min 28 sec
The first stage of Lockheed Martin's Atlas 5 rocket to launch the Pluto New Horizons spacecraft is erected atop the mobile launching platform at the Vertical Integration Facility vehicle assembly building at Cape Canaveral's Complex 41. The stage is powered by the Russian-designed, dual-nozzle RD-180 main engine.
Atlas 5's first stage
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History Flashback: Columbia launches with ASTRO-1 on STS-35
Posted: December 3, 2005
Duration: 2 min 49 sec
After a half-year delay to fix liquid hydrogen fuel leaks, the space shuttle Columbia roars off the launch pad on December 2, 1990 for a middle-of-the-night ascent from Kennedy Space Center carrying a package of telescopes called ASTRO-1 for a new insight into the lifestyles of the galaxies.
Columbia launches on STS-35
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SOHO launched by Atlas 2AS rocket
Posted: December 2, 2005
Duration: 11 min 7 sec
The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory, a joint European and American Sun-watching probe, blasts off from Cape Canaveral aboard a Lockheed Martin Atlas 2AS rocket, as seen live on December 2, 1995.
SOHO launched by Atlas rocket
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SOHO: Deployed from launch vehicle
Posted: December 2, 2005
Duration: 1 min 12 sec
Veteran launch telemetry commentator Skip Mackey announces news that the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory spacecraft has successfully deployed from the Atlas rocket's Centaur upper stage to complete the launch.
SOHO deployed from Centaur
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SOHO: Launch tracking camera 1
Posted: December 2, 2005
Duration: 2 min 20 sec
Follow the Atlas rocket's flight from ignition through jettison of its second set of solid boosters through the eyes of a ground tracking camera positioned with a straight-on view of pad 36B. (Includes the live launch audio)
SOHO tracking camera 1
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SOHO: Launch tracking camera 2
Posted: December 2, 2005
Duration: 43 sec
The powerful UCS-23 ground tracking camera captured this footage of the SOHO spacecraft's departure from Earth aboard the Atlas 2AS rocket. (Includes the live launch audio)
SOHO tracking camera 2
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SOHO: Launch tracking camera 3
Posted: December 2, 2005
Duration: 1 min
This tracking camera footage focuses on the fiery base of the Atlas 2AS rocket as the vehicle climbs into the night sky. As the Atlas punches through a cloud deck, the distinct plumes from the liquid-fueled main engines and strap-on solid-fuel boosters are spectacularly revealed. (Includes the live launch audio)
SOHO tracking camera 3
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SOHO: Tower rollback
Posted: December 1, 2005
Duration: 3 min 56 sec
The mobile service tower enclosing the Lockheed Martin Atlas 2AS rocket at Cape Canaveral's launch pad 36B is retracted in the final hours before liftoff of the SOHO solar observatory.
SOHO tower rollback
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SOHO: Preparing the observatory for launch
Posted: December 1, 2005
Duration: 3 min 59 sec
This compilation movie follows the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) spacecraft from its arrival at Kennedy Space Center from Europe through launch preparations inside a Cape cleanroom.
SOHO launch preps
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Science results from Huygens probe
Posted: November 30, 2005
Duration: 69 min 43 sec
The European Space Agency's Huygens probe, launched from NASA's Cassini spacecraft, descended through the atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan and landed on its mysterious surface in January. Scientists hold this news briefing to report on new results from the daring mission.
Science results from Huygens probe
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Mars Express science update
Posted: November 30, 2005
Duration: 64 min 55 sec
Project scientists working on the European Space Agency's Mars Express spacecraft now orbiting the Red Planet hold a news conference to announce some interesting results from the ongoing mission.
Mars Express science update
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New NASA Advisory Council
Posted: November 29, 2005
Duration: 2 min 58 sec
The new NASA Advisory Council, restructured to help the agency as it implements the Vision for Space Exploration, holds its opening session on November 29, 2005. Two former Apollo astronauts are joined by 22 other experts to provide guidance and policy advice to NASA Administrator Mike Griffin.
New NASA Advisory Council
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The Hubble Space Telescope
Posted: November 28, 2005
Duration: 8 min 39 sec
Scientists marvel at the achievements made by the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope in this produced movie looking at the crown jewel observatory that has served as our window on the universe.
The Hubble Space Telescope
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History Flashback: John Glenn goes into orbit
Posted: November 25, 2005
Duration: 1 min 27 sec
Mercury astronaut John Glenn becomes the first American to orbit the Earth on February 20, 1962, when he is launched aboard Friendship 7.
John Glenn goes into orbit
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Space Thanksgiving
Posted: November 24, 2005
Duration: 7 min 33 sec
International Space Station commander Bill McArthur and flight engineer Valery Tokarev mark the Thanksgiving holiday in orbit during this downlinked message.
Space Thanksgiving
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STS-121: Shuttle program update
Posted: November 22, 2005
Duration: 75 min 38 sec
Space shuttle program officials hold a news conference from the Johnson Space Center to report on the progress of troubleshooting and fixing the external fuel tank foam loss experienced on Discovery's return to flight mission four months earlier.
Shuttle program update
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Powering NASA's Pluto probe
Posted: November 21, 2005
Duration: 4 min 24 sec
Alice Caponiti, risk communications coordinator for the U.S. Department of Energy, explains how a Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator or RTG will provide electrical power for NASA's New Horizons mission to Pluto. With the aid of a full scale model she explains how it converts heat to electricity and describes the safety features that would help prevent a radioactive release in the event of a launch accident.
Power to Pluto
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ISS: Launch of Zarya
Posted: November 19, 2005
Duration: 45 sec
The first piece of the International Space Station was launched on November 20, 1998. The Russian Zarya control module was hauled into orbit by a Proton rocket to serve as the central element for construction of the space outpost.
Launch of Zarya
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ISS Expedition 12: Soyuz spacecraft changes station docking ports
Posted: November 18, 2005
Duration: 8 min 33 sec
Expedition 12 Soyuz commander Valery Tokarev and station commander Bill McArthur temporarily leave the International Space Station as they undock their Soyuz capsule from the Pirs module and redock the craft to the nearby Zarya module. The move clears Pirs for use as the airlock for an upcoming Russian-based spacewalk.
Soyuz relocation
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History flashback: Atlantis returns from STS-38 military mission
Posted: November 16, 2005
Duration: 9 min 49 sec
After spending five days in space deploying a hush-hush satellite payload for the military, space shuttle Atlantis' mission STS-38 landing was diverted from the primary landing site of Edwards Air Force Base in California to the backup location of Kennedy Space Center due to bad weather. It was the first shuttle landing in Florida in five years. Touchdown on Runway 33 came on November 20, 1990 at 4:43 p.m.
STS-38 landing
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