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ISS Expedition 5: Peggy Whitson
Posted: October 31, 2005
Duration: 2 min 56 sec
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, Expedition 5 flight engineer, discusses her June to December 2002 mission aboard the International Space Station during a retrospective event commemorating five years of human presence aboard the outpost.
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ISS Expedition 7: Ed Lu
Posted: October 31, 2005
Duration: 3 min 26 sec
NASA astronaut Ed Lu, Expedition 7 flight engineer, discusses his April to October 2003 mission that marked the first two-person crew aboard the International Space Station during this retrospective event commemorating five years of human presence aboard the outpost.
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ISS Expedition 8: Michael Foale
Posted: October 31, 2005
Duration: 2 min 41 sec
NASA astronaut Michael Foale, Expedition 8 commander, discusses his October 2003 to April 2004 mission aboard the International Space Station during a retrospective event commemorating five years of human presence aboard the outpost.
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ISS Expedition 9: Mike Fincke
Posted: October 31, 2005
Duration: 7 min 22 sec
NASA astronaut Mike Fincke, Expedition 9 flight engineer, narrates a movie of highlights from his April to October 2004 mission aboard the International Space Station during a retrospective event commemorating five years of human presence aboard the outpost.
ISS Expedition 9: Mike Fincke
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Question and answer session with former ISS residents
Posted: October 29, 2005
Duration: 45 min 50 sec
As NASA celebrates five years of continuous human presence aboard the International Space Station, former resident astronauts from Expedition crews who lived aboard the outpost held this recent question and answer session at the Johnson Space Center. The astronauts include Jim Voss, Expedition 2 flight engineer, Peggy Whitson, Expedition 5 flight engineer, Ed Lu, Expedition 7 flight engineer, Michael Foale, Expedition 8 commander and Mike Fincke, Expedition 9 flight engineer.
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Space shuttle main engine test-fired
Posted: October 27, 2005
Duration: 1 min 39 sec
For the first time since Hurricane Katrina, NASA's Stennis Space Center in Mississippi conducts a test-firing of a space shuttle main engine. The engine was run as part of a certification series on the Advanced Health Management System, which monitors engine performance.
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Edwards Air Force Base open house
Posted: October 26, 2005
Duration: 3 min 5 sec
Edwards Air Force Base hosted an open house and air show this past weekend. NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center demonstrated some of its specialized aircraft -- a highly modified NF-15B, a high-altitude ER-2, and F/A-18 and T-34. On the ground, a variety of specialized
air and space vehicles were on display in the NASA exhibit, ranging from the Mars rovers to the 747 space shuttle carrier aircraft.
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Congressional call to station
Posted: October 25, 2005
Duration: 5 min 10 sec
International Space Station residents Bill McArthur and Valery Tokarev answer questions from U.S. Representatives Ken Calvert of California and Sheila Jackson Lee and Al Green of Texas during a visit to the Houston Mission Control Center.
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Congressional tour at JSC
Posted: October 25, 2005
Duration: 1 min 42 sec
U.S. Representatives Ken Calvert, Sheila Jackson Lee and Al Green tour the Johnson Space Center to see a mockup of the spacecraft capsule proposed for NASA's future human exploration missions back to the moon and talk with shuttle program manager Wayne Hale about orbiter heat protection tiles.
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Space station experiment 'suitcase' back in Earth laboratory
Posted: October 24, 2005
Duration: 1 min 59 sec
Scientists eagerly examine suitcase-like packages, called the Materials International Space Station Experiments, or MISSEs, after return to Earth. The MISSE packages were flown outside the orbiting station to expose different materials to the space environments for study.
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Tracking hurricanes from space
Posted: October 21, 2005
Duration: 1 min 59 sec
This 2005 Atlantic hurricane season has a been a record-breaker. Satellite imagery since June 1 has been compiled into this movie to track the 21 named storms as they formed and traveled, many making landfall.
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Oct. 21 view of Hurricane Wilma from ISS
Posted: October 21, 2005
Duration: 2 min 31 sec
The International Space Station trained its camera lens on Hurricane Wilma at 8:33 a.m. EDT on October 21 as the storm approached Cancun, Mexico, with winds of approximately 150 mph.
Hurricane Wilma from ISS
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Hurricane Wilma becomes a monster
Posted: October 20, 2005
Duration: 5 min 6 sec
International Space Station cameras captured this incredible video of Hurricane Wilma and its well-defined eye from an altitude of 220 miles. Wilma was packing winds of 175 miles an hour as a Category 5 storm when the station flew overhead.
Hurricane Wilma
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Hubble examines lunar surface
Posted: October 19, 2005
Duration: 57 min 1 sec
NASA has used the Hubble Space Telescope for scientific observations of the Earth's moon in the search for important oxygen-bearing minerals -- potential resources for human exploration. Scientists hold this news conference on October 19 to discuss their investigations.
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Final Titan: Pad camera
Posted: October 19, 2005
Duration: 9 sec
Lockheed Martin's final Titan rocket roars off Space Launch Complex-4 East of Vandenberg Air Force Base with a secret NRO satellite payload as seen in this launch pad camera footage.
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Final Titan: Infrared
Posted: October 19, 2005
Duration: 14 sec
An infrared tracking camera offers this unique view of the Titan 4B rocket lifting off from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, carrying a national security satellite.
Final Titan: Infrared
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Final Titan: Tracker
Posted: October 19, 2005
Duration: 33 sec
A tracking camera positioned south of the Space Launch Complex-4 East launch pad follows the Titan 4 rocket as it climbs away from Earth, with particular focus on the vehicle's booster nozzles.
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Final Titan: Liftoff!
Posted: October 19, 2005
Duration: 2 min 47 sec
America's Titan rocket makes its final launch, blasting off from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base to haul a top-secret reconnaissance satellite into orbit. Liftoff of the 368th and last Titan occurred at 11:05 a.m. PDT (2:05 p.m. EDT; 1805 GMT) on October 19.
Final Titan: Liftoff!
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International Space Station flies over Hurricane Wilma
Posted: October 18, 2005
Duration: 3 min 15 sec
Cameras aboard the space station captured this footage of Hurricane Wilma at 10:31 a.m. EDT October 18 as the storm passed just to the west of the Cayman Islands. The space station is 220 miles above Earth.
Hurricane Wilma
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Shuttle fuel tank leaves KSC
Posted: October 17, 2005
Duration: 5 min 18 sec
Space shuttle external fuel tank No. 120 is moved out of Kennedy Space Center's Vehicle Assembly Building and loaded onto a barge for transport to the Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. Once there, the tank will undergo modifications prior to being returned to Florida for a future launch.
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