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History flashback: Atlantis launches on secret military mission
Posted: November 15, 2005
Duration: 14 min 47 sec
Fifteen years ago, space shuttle Atlantis made a spectacular nighttime ascent to orbit with five astronauts and a classified military payload. Mission STS-38 was launched at 6:48 p.m. on November 15, 1990, with commander Dick Covey, pilot Frank Culbertson and mission specialists Bob Springer, Carl Meade and Sam Gemar.
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STEREO: Animation previews mission
Posted: November 14, 2005
Duration: 3 min 2 sec
NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory mission, depicted in this animation, consists of two nearly identical STEREO satellites launched aboard one rocket to provide 3-D measurements of the Sun for studying coronal mass ejections and the solar wind.
STEREO animation
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STEREO: Spacecraft assembly
Posted: November 14, 2005
Duration: 1 min 41 sec
Technicians and engineers at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory assemble the two STEREO spacecraft for their upcoming launch to study the Sun and solar wind.
STEREO spacecraft assembly
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STS-114: Crew returns to KSC for post-flight visit
Posted: November 14, 2005
Duration: 1 min 42 sec
The crew of space shuttle Discovery's STS-114 return to flight mission, led by commander Eileen Collins, pays a visit to Kennedy Space Center to thank workers and sign autographs as part of their post-flight tour of facilities.
STS-114 post-flight visit to KSC
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The Pluto New Horizons spacecraft
Posted: November 11, 2005
Duration: 1 min 40 sec
Check out NASA's Pluto-bound New Horizons spacecraft undergoing thermal blanket installation inside the cleanroom at Kennedy Space Center's Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility in preparation for launch in January from the Cape.
The Pluto New Horizons spacecraft
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Cosmic mountains of creation
Posted: November 9, 2005
Duration: 2 min 3 sec
A new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope reveals billowing mountains of dust ablaze with the fires of stellar youth. The majestic infrared view from Spitzer resembles the iconic "Pillars of Creation" picture taken of the Eagle Nebula in visible light by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.
Cosmic mountains of creation
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ISS Expedition 12: New TV camera goes to work
Posted: November 7, 2005
Duration: 2 min 52 sec
The new external television camera mounted to the Port 1 truss of the International Space Station was brought to life while the spacewalk was still underway. This video from the camera pans across the U.S. segment of the station and the backdrop of Earth.
New TV camera goes to work
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ISS Expedition 12: Spacewalkers jettison failed experiment probe
Posted: November 7, 2005
Duration: 1 min 37 sec
Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur tosses overboard the Floating Potential Probe from atop the P6 truss of the International Space Station as viewed from the helmetcam of flight engineer Valery Tokarev. The probe measured the station's electrical charge potential generated from the giant power-producing solar arrays moving through Earth's magnetic field.
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ISS Expedition 12: Spacewalkers traverse around station exterior
Posted: November 7, 2005
Duration: 3 min 20 sec
After removing the failed thermal radiator rotation joint motor controller from the S1 truss, the spacewalkers haul equipment back to the airlock in the transition from one EVA task to another.
Spacewalkers traverse around station exterior
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ISS Expedition 12: Camera cables
Posted: November 7, 2005
Duration: 2 min 4 sec
Spacewalker Valery Tokarev -- as seen through his helmetcam -- hooks up three umbilical cables between the new external TV camera and the P1 truss, electrically connecting the camera to the station.
Camera cables
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ISS Expedition 12: Installing the new camera
Posted: November 7, 2005
Duration: 4 min 39 sec
Commander Bill McArthur and flight engineer Valery Tokarev work together to prepare the TV camera for attachment to the International Space Station. The new P1 camera is needed for upcoming station construction missions when more truss pieces are added.
Installing the new camera
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ISS Expedition 12: Heading to the Port 1 truss
Posted: November 7, 2005
Duration: 6 min 1 sec
As the space station flies about 220 miles above the South Pacific, the spacewalkers make their way across a bar that serves as an astronaut pathway from the Quest airlock module to the S0 central truss segment. From there, they travel from S0 to the P1 truss for installation of the new TV camera.
Heading to the Port 1 truss
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ISS Expedition 12: Spacewalkers retrieve tripod for external TV camera
Posted: November 7, 2005
Duration: 3 min 3 sec
The first task of the spacewalk was freeing a stanchion from its storage location on the outside of the space station. The tripod-like stanchion will hold the external television camera being installed on the station's Port 1 truss later in the EVA.
Spacewalkers retrieve tripod for external TV camera
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ISS Expedition 12: Valve positioning error delays spacewalk start
Posted: November 7, 2005
Duration: 4 min 41 sec
After suiting up, climbing into the airlock and depressurizing for the start of their spacewalk, the Expedition 12 crew was forced to reverse course. A valve that is manually set inside the station was mis-configured, prompting the airlock to be repressurized and the hatchway opened to correct the error.
Valve positioning error delays spacewalk start
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ISS Expedition 12: Spacewalk animation
Posted: November 6, 2005
Duration: 2 min 19 sec
This computer-generated animation previews the Expedition 12 spacewalk activities and the work sites for commander Bill McArthur and flight engineer Valery Tokarev. Expert narration is provided by Anna Jarvis, the Expedition 12 spacewalk officer.
ISS Expedition 12: Spacewalk animation
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ISS Expedition 12: News conference previews spacewalk
Posted: November 5, 2005
Duration: 43 min 22 sec
The current International Space Station residents will don U.S. spacewalking spacesuits on Monday and head outside their orbital home to install a new camera package, jettison an experimental probe and conduct other maintenance tasks. The EVA is previewed in detail during this news conference.
Expedition 12 spacewalk previews
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NASA chief testifies before Congress
Posted: November 3, 2005
Duration: 108 min
NASA Administrator Mike Griffin goes before the U.S. House of Representative's Science Committee to provide an update on the moon-Mars exploration program, the future of the space shuttle and space station, possible servicing of Hubble, cost overruns on the James Webb Space Telescope and the agency's aeronautics research.
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Astronaut's view of Earth from the shuttle
Posted: November 2, 2005
Duration: 11 min 35 sec
Return to flight space shuttle commander Eileen Collins narrates an interesting slide show featuring some favorite photographs of Earth taken during her previous shuttle missions.
Astronaut's view of Earth from the shuttle
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Hearing on NASA deputy administrator nominee
Posted: November 1, 2005
Duration: 17 min
The Senate Commerce Committee holds a confirmation hearing on President Bush's nomination of Shana Dale to be the new NASA deputy administrator, replacing former astronaut Fred Gregory.
Hearing on NASA deputy administrator nominee
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ISS Expedition 2: Jim Voss
Posted: October 31, 2005
Duration: 3 min 8 sec
NASA astronaut Jim Voss, Expedition 2 flight engineer, discusses his March to August 2001 mission aboard the International Space Station during a retrospective event commemorating five years of human presence aboard the outpost.
ISS Expedition 2: Jim Voss
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