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STS-114 Launch Day: New radar systems
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 6 min 43 sec
New radar observation systems were built after Columbia for use in tracking space shuttles during launch for the detection of any debris or objects falling away from the vehicles. Footage narrated by NASA commentator George Diller.
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STS-114 Launch Day: Ground optics ready for use
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 3 min 12 sec
An array of powerful cameras and ground optical trackers around launch pad 39B, as well as long-range stations located up and down the east-central coast of Florida will be used to follow Discovery. Footage narrated by NASA commentator George Diller.
Ground optics ready for use
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STS-114 Launch Day: Mission specialist Steve Robinson boards Discovery
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 1 min 52 sec
At 8:08 a.m., the seventh and final member of Discovery's crew to board is mission specialist No. 2, Steve Robinson, to sit in the flight deck's center seat.
Mission specialist Steve Robinson boards Discovery
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STS-114 Launch Day: Mission specialist Soichi Noguchi boards Discovery
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 1 min 36 sec
Japanese astronaut and Discovery's mission specialist No. 1, Soichi Noguchi, enters the space shuttle at 7:54 a.m. and climbs to the flight deck aft-right seat.
Mission specialist Soichi Noguchi boards Discovery
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STS-114 Launch Day: Mission specialist Wendy Lawrence boards Discovery
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 1 min 11 sec
Astronaut Wendy Lawrence, mission specialist No. 4, crawls through Discovery's hatch at 7:53 a.m. to take the middeck's center seat.
Mission specialist Wendy Lawrence boards Discovery
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STS-114 Launch Day: Mission specialist Andy Thomas boards Discovery
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 2 min 41 sec
Mission specialist No. 3 Andy Thomas boards Discovery at 7:37 a.m. He is positioned closest to the hatch in the left seat on the middeck.
Mission specialist Andy Thomas boards Discovery
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STS-114 Launch Day: Pilot Jim Kelly boards Discovery
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 1 min 38 sec
Pilot Jim Kelly is the next crewmember to enter the shuttle. He boards Discovery at 7:31 a.m. makes his way to the flight deck's front-right seat.
Pilot Jim Kelly boards Discovery
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STS-114 Launch Day: Mission specialist Charlie Camarda boards Discovery
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 20 sec
Mission specialist No. 5, Charlie Camarda, board space shuttle Discovery at 7:23 a.m. takes his assigned right seat on the middeck.
Mission specialist Charlie Camarda boards Discovery
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STS-114 Launch Day: Commander Eileen Collins boards Discovery
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 3 min 25 sec
As shuttle commander, Eileen Collins is the first astronaut to board the shuttle at 7:18 a.m. She takes her forward-left seat on the flight deck.
Commander Eileen Collins boards Discovery
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STS-114 Launch Day: Astronauts arrive at launch pad 39B
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 5 min 52 sec
The AstroVan arrives at launch pad 39B, delivering the Discovery crew to the seaside complex at 7:07 a.m. The crew takes the elevator up the launch tower to the orbiter access arm.
Astronauts arrive at launch pad 39B
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STS-114 Launch Day: AstroVan makes its way across KSC
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 8 min 23 sec
Cameras atop the Vehicle Assembly Building roof and on the ground track the AstroVan convoy as it drives past the landmark VAB, the press site and down the crawlerway to the Complex 39 pads.
AstroVan makes its way across KSC
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STS-114 Launch Day: Astronauts depart quarters for launch pad
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 2 min 44 sec
Commander Eileen Collins and her six fellow crewmates emerge from the Kennedy Space Center crew quarters at 6:49 a.m. to board the AstroVan for the 7-mile ride from the Operations and Checkout Building in the Industrial Area to launch pad 39B on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.
Astronauts depart quarters for launch pad
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STS-114 Launch Day: Crew gets dressed for the trip to orbit
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 3 min 36 sec
All seven Discovery astronauts don their day-glow orange launch and entry partial pressure spacesuits in the suit-up room of crew quarters.
Crew gets dressed for the trip to orbit
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STS-114 Launch Day: Snack time
Posted: July 26, 2005
Duration: 1 min 19 sec
Discovery's seven astronauts gather around the dining room table in crew quarters for a pre-launch snack before suiting up and heading to the pad.
Snack time
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STS-114 Countdown: Rotating Service Structure rollback
Posted: July 25, 2005
Duration: 8 min 14 sec
Pad 39B's Rotating Service Structure is retracted from around shuttle Discovery the afternoon before launch in preparation for fueling and the final countdown to liftoff.
Rotating Service Structure rollback
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter: Next mission to the Red Planet
Posted: July 21, 2005
Duration: 34 min 10 sec
NASA's next voyage to the Red Planet is introduced by project managers and scientists in this news conference from 1 p.m. EDT on Thursday, July 21. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter will launch in August on a mission to provide the sharpest images ever taken of Earth's neighboring planet.
Next mission to the Red Planet
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AV-004/Inmarsat 4-F1: Remote camera view of Atlas 5
Posted: March 16, 2005
Duration: 9 sec
This sequence of images from a sound-activated still camera fitted with a fisheye lens was stitched together to provide a unique perspective of the Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket blasting off from Complex 41 with the Inmarsat spacecraft.
Remote camera view of Atlas 5
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AV-004/Inmarsat 4-F1: Atlas 5 rocket successfully blasts off
Posted: March 11, 2005
Duration: 6 min 43 sec
The fifth Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket blasts off from Cape Canaveral's Complex 41 at 4:42 p.m. EDT to deploy the commercial Inmarsat 4-F1 mobile communications spacecraft into orbit.
Atlas 5 rocket successfully blasts off
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AV-004/Inmarsat 4-F1: Onboard video of SRB separation
Posted: March 11, 2005
Duration: 16 sec
An onboard video camera mounted to the Atlas 5 rocket's first stage captures this view of the spent solid-fuel boosters separating to fall into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Cape Canaveral.
Onboard video of SRB separation
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AV-004/Inmarsat 4-F1: View of launch from the press site
Posted: March 11, 2005
Duration: 1 min 28 sec
This footage of the rocket launch was recorded from atop one of the television studios at the Kennedy Space Center Complex 39 space shuttle press site, located west of the Atlas 5's pad at Complex 41.
View from the press site
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