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Practicing for Stardust's return
Posted: October 16, 2005
Duration: 4 min 46 sec
Stardust spacecraft recovery and science team members meet at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston to rehearsed the steps that will be involved when recovering the comet-encountering spacecraft after its landing on Jan. 15, 2006. The spacecraft has collected cometary and interstellar particles for return to Earth.
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Space shuttle update briefing
Posted: October 15, 2005
Duration: 55 min 35 sec
Space shuttle program officials hold a news conference October 14 at the Johnson Space Center to provide a status report on efforts to understand and fix the external tank foam insulation problems and confirm that the next launch won't happen before May 2006.
Space shuttle update briefing
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Cassini: Exploring Saturn's spongy moon Hyperion
Posted: October 12, 2005
Duration: 1 min 27 sec
Stunning images of Saturn's moon Hyperion taken by the Cassini spacecraft show a surface dotted with craters and modified by some process, not yet understood, to create a strange, "spongy" appearance, unlike the surface of any other moon around the ringed planet.
Cassini explores Hyperion
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STS-114: Astronauts' post-flight visit to Japan
Posted: October 11, 2005
Duration: 58 sec
The astronauts from space shuttle Discovery's return to flight mission recently paid a visit to Japan, the homeland of mission specialist Souichi Noguchi, and were treated to a grand parade.
STS-114 astronauts' post-flight visit to Japan
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ISS Expedition 11: Back on Earth
Posted: October 10, 2005
Duration: 3 min 5 sec
Russian recovery forces pull the space travelers from the just-landed Soyuz capsule as dawn begins to break over the touchdown site in north-central Kazakhstan.
Expedition 11 back on Earth
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ISS Expedition 11: Undocking from the International Space Station
Posted: October 10, 2005
Duration: 4 min 10 sec
The Soyuz TMA-6 spacecraft with Expedition 11 commander Sergei Krikalev and flight engineer John Phillips, along with space tourist Greg Olsen, undocks from the International Space Station at 5:49 p.m. EDT on October 10 for return to Earth.
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ISS Expedition 11: Station's view of undocking
Posted: October 10, 2005
Duration: 3 min 5 sec
This external video camera on the International Space Station's Destiny laboratory module captures this view of the departing Soyuz TMA-6 spacecraft as it undocks and drifts away.
Station's view of undocking
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ISS Expedition 11: Hatch closing
Posted: October 10, 2005
Duration: 2 min 50 sec
The departing Expedition 11 crew say their goodbyes to the new International Space Station residents and then float into their Soyuz TMA-6 capsule attached to the Earth-face docking port of the Zarya module and close the hatchway behind them.
Expedition 11 hatch closing
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ISS Expedition 11: NASA's pre-landing news conference
Posted: October 9, 2005
Duration: 50 min 5 sec
International Space Station Expedition 11 managers and the lead flight surgeon preview the return to Earth of commander Sergei Krikalev and flight engineer John Phillips during this pre-landing news conference held at Johnson Space Center.
Expedition 11 pre-landing news conference
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Space station command change
Posted: October 8, 2005
Duration: 3 min 36 sec
The International Space Station's outgoing Expedition 11 crew and the new Expedition 12 crew gather inside the Destiny laboratory module for a change of a command ceremony, complete with ringing of the outpost's bell, as the human presence in space continues.
Space station command change
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ISS Expedition 11 retrospective
Posted: October 7, 2005
Duration: 8 min 39 sec
The Expedition 11 mission of commander Sergei Krikalev and flight engineer John Phillips aboard the International Space Station is winding down, and this narrated retrospective looks back at the key events of the half-year voyage in orbit.
Expedition 11 retrospective
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Pluto New Horizons: Spacecraft arrives at the Cape
Posted: October 6, 2005
Duration: 4 min 12 sec
The Pluto New Horizons spacecraft, destined to become the first robotic probe to visit Pluto and its moon Charon, arrives at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida aboard an Air Force C-17 cargo plane. The craft is moved into a processing building to under pre-launch testing in advance of its January blastoff.
Pluto New Horizons arrives at the Cape
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Astronaut chat from ISS
Posted: October 5, 2005
Duration: 16 min
NASA astronauts Bill McArthur and John Phillips chat with Associated Press space reporter Marcia Dunn about life aboard the International Space Station in this live space-to-Earth interview from the Destiny laboratory module on October 5.
Astronaut chat from ISS
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Space Launch Complex-6: California's first Delta 4 rocket assembled on the pad
Posted: October 5, 2005
Duration: 5 min 26 sec
In preparation for the West Coast launch of Boeing's next-generation Delta 4 rocket, the two-stage vehicle is rolled out of its horizontal hangar and driven to the Space Launch Complex-6 pad for erection. The nose cone for the National Reconnaissance Office payload is then brought to the pad.
Delta 4 rocket at SLC-6
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In-flight news conference with space station crews
Posted: October 4, 2005
Duration: 26 min 36 sec
The Expedition 11 crew of commander Sergei Krikalev and flight engineer John Phillips, Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur and flight engineer Valery Tokarev, along with space tourist Greg Olsen, hold a live news conference with American and Russian reporters on October 4.
ISS in-flight news conference
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ISS Expedition 12: The mission
Posted: October 3, 2005
Duration: 4 min 17 sec
A preview of the Expedition 12 crew's mission aboard the International Space Station is presented in this narrated movie about the next long-duration flight aboard the orbiting laboratory.
Expedition 12 mission
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ISS Expedition 12: Meet the crew
Posted: October 3, 2005
Duration: 5 min 48 sec
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the next two residents of the International Space Station in this narrated movie that profiles the lives of the Expedition 12 crew.
Expedition 12 crew
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ISS Expedition 12: Hatch opening
Posted: October 3, 2005
Duration: 2 min 51 sec
Two orbits after docking, hatches between the Soyuz capsule and station swung open, allowing Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur, flight engineer Valery Tokarev and tourist Greg Olsen to float into their home in space.
Hatch opening
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ISS Expedition 12: Soyuz docks to the space station
Posted: October 3, 2005
Duration: 17 min 41 sec
The Russian Soyuz TMA-7 capsule docks to the International Space Station at 1:27 a.m. EDT (0527 GMT) on October 3, delivering the new Expedition 12 resident crew and an American businessman flying as third tourist to the orbiting laboratory.
Soyuz docks to the space station
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Space Launch Complex-6: Enterprise on the launch pad
Posted: October 2, 2005
Duration: 2 min 39 sec
NASA's prototype space shuttle orbiter, Enterprise, is hauled from the processing hangar built on north Vandenberg across the hilly terrain to Space Launch Complex-6 for attachment to the waiting tank and boosters. SLC-6 was built to provide a West Coast shuttle launch pad, but the program was cancelled after the Challenger accident. This stacking of Enterprise was the only time a shuttle stood on SLC-6.
Enterprise on the launch pad
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