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STS-114 Flight Day 7: Inside Mission Control
Posted: August 1, 2005
Duration: 5 min 14 sec
Behind the scenes footage inside the space station flight control room at Johnson Space Center was recorded during the spacewalk to replace the failed ISS control gyroscope.
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STS-114 Flight Day 7: Spacewalkers pose for pictures before ending EVA
Posted: August 1, 2005
Duration: 1 min 17 sec
As their successful spacewalk neared a conclusion, Discovery astronauts Soichi Noguchi and Steve Robinson pose for pictures before floating back into the airlock.
Spacewalkers pose for pictures before ending EVA
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STS-114 Flight Day 7: New gyroscope device mounted to station
Posted: August 1, 2005
Duration: 8 min 59 sec
The spacewalking astronauts successfully install a new motion control gyroscope on the International Space Station, replacing one that had failed in the summer of 2002.
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STS-114 Flight Day 7: Spacewalkers remove failed gyro from ISS
Posted: August 1, 2005
Duration: 5 min 43 sec
The failed control gyroscope is removed from the International Space Station and carried to the shuttle payload bay by the astronauts during the spacewalk.
Spacewalkers remove failed gyro from ISS
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STS-114 Flight Day 7: Spacewalk No. 2 final preps
Posted: August 1, 2005
Duration: 3 min 45 sec
Astronauts Soichi Noguchi and Steve Robinson make final preparations to begin their second spacewalk of shuttle Discovery's STS-114 mission.
Spacewalk No. 2 final preps
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STS-114 Flight Day 6: Management News Conference
Posted: July 31, 2005
Duration: 51 min 47 sec
The possible spacewalk to deal with the "gap fillers" and a final report on the thermal protection system inspection results are the topics at this news conference after the Flight Day 6 Mission Management Team meeting.
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STS-114 Flight Day 6: Mission Status Briefing
Posted: July 31, 2005
Duration: 19 min 56 sec
Lead STS-114 shuttle flight director Paul Hill talks tile "gap fillers" and the overall progress of Discovery's mission during this flight day 6 Mission Status Briefing from Sunday, July 31.
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STS-114 Flight Day 6: Crew interviews - part 1
Posted: July 31, 2005
Duration: 19 min 25 sec
Eileen Collins, Andy Thomas and Charlie Camarda are interviewed by NBC's "Meet the Press," ABC News' "This Week," and Fox's "Fox News Sunday" morning public affairs programs live from Discovery's flight deck.
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STS-114 Flight Day 6: Crew interviews - part 2
Posted: July 31, 2005
Duration: 7 min 35 sec
Shuttle astronauts Eileen Collins, Steve Robinson and Soichi Noguchi and space station resident John Phillips are interviewed by CNN's Miles O'Brien from the Destiny laboratory module.
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: Management News Conference
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 36 min 31 sec
An update on the space shuttle and space station programs is provided in this news conference after the Flight Day 5 Mission Management Team meeting with chairman Wayne Hale and ISS program manager Bill Gerstenmaier.
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: Mission Status Briefing
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 40 min 9 sec
This flight day 5 Mission Status Briefing occurred on Saturday, July 30 following the first spacewalk of space shuttle Discovery's mission.
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: Back to the airlock
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 4 min 3 sec
Having successfully completed their to-do list for the first spacewalk of the mission, astronauts Steve Robinson and Soichi Noguchi make their way along the space station and return to Discovery's airlock to conclude the EVA.
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: Robinson-cam
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 51 sec
The helmet-mounted camera on spacewalker Steve Robinson's suit provides this video as the astronaut moves into position to reroute power umbilicals to bypass a failed fuse for one of the station's control moment gyroscopes.
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: GPS antenna
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 53 sec
Spacewalker Soichi Noguchi works to replace a failed Global Positioning System antenna outside the International Space Station as viewed with the astronaut's helmet-mounted camera.
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: Carrying the ESPAD
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 3 min 52 sec
Spacewalker Steve Robinson, riding on the end of the International Space Station's Canadarm robotic arm, hand-carries the External Stowage Platform Attachment Device (ESPAD) from the payload bay of Discovery to the Quest airlock module for installation.
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: Unberthing ESPAD
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 3 min
Spacewalker Steve Robinson releases the bolts holding the External Stowage Platform Attachment Device (ESPAD) to its launch platform inside the payload bay of Discovery, while Soichi Noguchi retrieves cables. The spacewalkers will install the ESPAD to the outside of the ISS Quest airlock module.
Unberthing ESPAD
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: Spacewalkers practice shuttle repair techniques
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 5 min 31 sec
Working at a test platform anchored in the rear of space shuttle Discovery's payload bay, spacewalkers Steve Robinson and Soichi Noguchi demonstrate heat-shield repair techniques.
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STS-114 Flight Day 5: Preps for Spacewalk No. 1
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 3 min 57 sec
The astronauts prepare for mission's first EVA as Steve Robinson and Soichi Noguchi don their spacewalking suits in the shuttle Discovery's airlock.
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STS-114: Left-hand solid rocket booster onboard camera video
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 6 min 53 sec
When space shuttle Discovery launched its two solid-fuel booster rockets were equipped with video cameras. Although not seen live, that footage has been recovered from the spent boosters after they were retrieved from the Atlantic Ocean. The video includes dramatic coverage of separation from the external fuel tank and splashdown in the sea.
Solid rocket booster onboard camera
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STS-114: Right-hand solid rocket booster onboard camera video
Posted: July 30, 2005
Duration: 7 min 32 sec
This video from shuttle Discovery's right-hand solid rocket booster includes the moment of separation from the external fuel tank, the free fall back to Earth and splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean.
Solid rocket booster onboard camera
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