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Complex 13 tower toppling
Posted: August 6, 2005
Duration: 20 sec
Explosives topple the abandoned Complex 13 mobile service tower at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. This video was shot from the blockhouse roof at neighboring Complex 14 where John Glenn was launched in 1962.
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Close-up view of tower blast
Posted: August 6, 2005
Duration: 3 sec
This close-up view shows the explosive charges igniting to knock the Complex 13 mobile service tower to the ground. The Cape Canaveral site used to launch Atlas rockets in the 1960s and 1970s.
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STS-114 Flight Day 12: Mission Status Briefing
Posted: August 6, 2005
Duration: 36 min 6 sec
This flight day 12 Mission Status Briefing was held on Saturday, August 6 following Discovery's undocking from the space station.
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STS-114 Flight Day 12: Stunning views of the station during flyaround
Posted: August 6, 2005
Duration: 6 min 9 sec
Discovery moves behind the space station during the shuttle's flyaround of the outpost following undocking.
Stunning views of the station during flyaround
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STS-114 Flight Day 12: Discovery flies above the station
Posted: August 6, 2005
Duration: 4 min 38 sec
Under the control of pilot Jim Kelly, Discovery passes a point about 440 feet directly above the space station during the post-undocking flyaround.
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STS-114 Flight Day 12: Discovery undocks from ISS
Posted: August 6, 2005
Duration: 3 min 54 sec
Space shuttle Discovery departs from the space station after 9 days of docked operations as seen live by cameras in the orbiter's payload bay.
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STS-114 Flight Day 12: Farewell ceremony
Posted: August 6, 2005
Duration: 6 min 32 sec
The shuttle Discovery and space station Expedition 11 crews hold a farewell ceremony in the U.S. Destiny laboratory module about three hours before the shuttle undocking.
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STS-114 Flight Day 11: Mission Status Briefing
Posted: August 5, 2005
Duration: 30 min 29 sec
This flight day 11 Mission Status Briefing with lead STS-114 shuttle flight director Paul Hill was held on Friday, August 5.
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STS-114 Flight Day 11: OBSS placed back in shuttle bay
Posted: August 5, 2005
Duration: 6 min 18 sec
In a bit of complex robotics, the 50-foot Orbiter Boom Sensor System is handed from the space shuttle's robot arm to the space station's arm for placement back into Discovery's payload bay for return to Earth. Clearance issues prevented the shuttle arm from doing the full berthing job.
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STS-114 Flight Day 11: Cargo module returned to Discovery
Posted: August 5, 2005
Duration: 8 min 42 sec
The Italian-built Raffaello cargo module is detached from the space station and returned to shuttle Discovery's payload bay for the ride back to Earth.
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STS-114 Flight Day 11: Congressional leaders call astronauts
Posted: August 5, 2005
Duration: 6 min 29 sec
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) and House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-TX) will visit the Johnson Space Center and call the astronauts in orbit.
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Expedition 12: Crew's pre-flight Houston news conference
Posted: August 4, 2005
Duration: 35 min 58 sec
The next resident crew for the International Space Station -- Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur and flight engineer Valery Tokarev discuss their mission in this news conference from Johnson Space Center. They are joined by Greg Olsen, the space tourist to launch with Expedition 12 and return to Earth with Expedition 11 after a brief visit to ISS.
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Expedition 12: Crew training in Houston
Posted: August 4, 2005
Duration: 4 min 46 sec
Expedition 12 commander Bill McArthur and flight engineer Valery Tokarev undergo training on International Space Station systems and practice with the STS-115 crew at Johnson Space Center.
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Expedition 12: Spacewalk training
Posted: August 4, 2005
Duration: 7 min 20 sec
The Expedition 12 crew members training for U.S. spacewalks from the International Space Station at the Johnson Space Center's massive swimming pool and a mockup of the Quest airlock module.
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Space tourist Greg Olsen trains in Houston
Posted: August 4, 2005
Duration: 3 min 11 sec
Space tourist Greg Olsen, set to launch with Expedition 12 and return to Earth with Expedition 11 after a brief visit to the International Space Station, trains on U.S. systems at Johnson Space Center.
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STS-114 Flight Day 10: Mission Status Briefing
Posted: August 4, 2005
Duration: 48 min 57 sec
NASA's decision against performing a special spacewalk to deal with the damaged thermal blanket under the Discovery cockpit window is discussed during the Flight Day 10 edition of the post-Mission Management Team meeting news conference from Thursday, August 4.
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STS-114 Flight Day 10: Inside the Mission Management Team
Posted: August 4, 2005
Duration: 2 min 47 sec
This behind-the-scenes footage was shot inside the Mission Management Team meeting being chaired by Wayne Hall on Flight Day 10.
Inside the Mission Management Team
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STS-114 Flight Day 10: In-flight interviews with Discovery crew
Posted: August 4, 2005
Duration: 19 min 34 sec
Eileen Collins, Steve Robinson and Charlie Camarda are interviewed by The Associated Press and NBC News from the U.S. Destiny science laboratory module of the space station.
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STS-114 Flight Day 9: Management News Conference
Posted: August 3, 2005
Duration: 33 min 16 sec
Mission Management Team chairman Wayne Hale holds the Flight Day 9 edition of his daily news conference following the MMT meeting.
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STS-114 Flight Day 9: Mission Status Briefing
Posted: August 3, 2005
Duration: 43 min 42 sec
This flight day 9 Mission Status Briefing is held on Wednesday, August 3 following the third successful Discovery spacewalk.
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