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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: First set of pad umbilicals
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 11 sec
Launch pad umibilicals pull away from the Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket during liftoff of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter as seen in this engineering camera view.
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: Second set of pad umbilicals
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 24 sec
Launch pad umibilicals pull away from the Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket during liftoff of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter as seen in this engineering camera view.
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: Third set of pad umbilicals
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 25 sec
Launch pad umibilicals pull away from the Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket during liftoff of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter as seen in this engineering camera view.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: NASA Causeway
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 15 sec
This view of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter liftoff was taken from along the NASA Causeway connecting Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch seen from VAB roof
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 45 sec
A camera atop the 52-story space shuttle Vehicle Assembly Building captured this view of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch aboard a Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket.
MRO launch from VAB
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: Static Test Road
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 1 min 20 sec
The liftoff of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter as seen from the Static Test Road viewing mound southwest of the launch pad.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: launch pad south camera
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 58 sec
Liftoff of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter atop an Atlas 5 rocket as seen from a camera on the south side of the Complex 41 launch pad.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: launch pad east camera
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 33 sec
Liftoff of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter aboard an Atlas 5 rocket as seen from a camera on the east side of the Complex 41 launch pad.
MRO east camera
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: tracker south of pad
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 2 min 44 sec
The UCS 23 tracking camera positioned south of the launch pad focuses on the RD-180 main engine performance during the Atlas 5 launch of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
MRO tracker
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: Playalinda Beach camera view
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 2 min 32 sec
The Playalinda Beach tracking camera follows the Atlas 5 rocket carrying the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter during its initial climb away from Earth.
MRO beach tracker
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch: KSC press site view
Posted: August 12, 2005
Duration: 44 sec
A camera positioned in the yard near the famed Kennedy Space Center countdown clock at the Complex 39 press site captured this view of the Atlas 5 rocket launching Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter from nearby Complex 41.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter first launch attempt scrubbed
Posted: August 11, 2005
Duration: 2 min 58 sec
NASA launch manager Chuck Dovale explains why liftoff of the Atlas 5 rocket with the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter had to be postponed August 11 after a liquid hydrogen fuel problem cropped up.
MRO launch scrubbed
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft campaign
Posted: August 11, 2005
Duration: 11 min 16 sec
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter undergoes final assembly and checkout at Kennedy Space Center for its launch as seen in this collection of footage.
MRO spacecraft campaign
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter rocket campaign
Posted: August 11, 2005
Duration: 10 min 24 sec
This collection of footage shows the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's Atlas-Centaur rocket stages being assembled for launch inside the Vertical Integration Facility at Cape Canaveral's Complex 41.
MRO rocket campaign
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STS-114: Astronauts welcomed home
Posted: August 10, 2005
Duration: 59 min 27 sec
Space shuttle Discovery's astronauts receive a warm welcome back to Houston by NASA officials, along with local and national political leaders, in this ceremony held inside a hangar at Ellington Field near Johnson Space Center a day after the STS-114 landing.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter rocket rolled out
Posted: August 10, 2005
Duration: 3 min 49 sec
The Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket with NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is moved from the Complex 41 vehicle assembly building to the launch pad on the evening of Wednesday, August 10.
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STS-114 Flight Day 15: Astronauts' post-landing news conference
Posted: August 9, 2005
Duration: 33 min 56 sec
Commander Eileen Collins is joined by Discovery crew members Jim Kelly, Soichi Noguchi, Steve Robinson and Charlie Camarda for a post-flight news conference at Edwards Air Force Base.
Astronauts' post-landing news conference
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STS-114 Flight Day 15: Entry flight director's post-landing briefing
Posted: August 9, 2005
Duration: 35 min 35 sec
Entry flight director LeRoy Cain briefs reporters on space shuttle Discovery's successful descent and landing at Edwards Air Force Base a couple of hours after the homecoming.
Entry flight director's post-landing briefing
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STS-114 Flight Day 15: NASA's post-landing news conference
Posted: August 9, 2005
Duration: 29 min 59 sec
Senior NASA officials, including Administrator Mike Griffin, hold a post-flight news conference from Kennedy Space Center following Discovery's successful landing.
Post-landing briefing
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STS-114 Flight Day 15: Crew's comments on the runway
Posted: August 9, 2005
Duration: 2 min 25 sec
Commander Eileen Collins makes a few comments from a microphone set up on Runway 22 after climbing from the space shuttle Discovery.
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