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AV-004/Inmarsat 4-F1: Overview of Inmarsat and its newest satellite
Posted: March 10, 2005
Duration: 13 min 53 sec
Andrew Sukawaty, CEO of Inmarsat, provides a detailed overview of the company and its newest satellite to be launched aboard Lockheed Martin's Atlas 5 rocket.
Overview of Inmarsat
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AV-004/Inmarsat 4-F1: Technical briefing on this Astrium-built spacecraft
Posted: March 10, 2005
Duration: 8 min 59 sec
Michel LeMoine, satellite program director at Astrium, gives a technical oveview of the Inmarsat 4-F1 spacecraft and its mission during the pre-launch news conference.
Technical briefing on Inmarsat 4-F1
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AV-004/Inmarsat 4-F1: Narrated preview of this Atlas 5 launch
Posted: March 9, 2005
Duration: 3 min 47 sec
Preview the launch of Lockheed Martin's Atlas 5 rocket carrying the Inmarsat 4-F1 communications spacecraft with this narrated animation package detailing the key events of ascent.
Narrated preview of this Atlas 5 launch
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Inaugural Delta 4-Heavy: Camera 1
Posted: December 22, 2004
Duration: 13 sec
The first Boeing Delta 4-Heavy rocket ignites and lifts off from pad 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on its demonstration test flight as seen through this sequence of images from a sound-activated still camera.
Remote camera 1
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Inaugural Delta 4-Heavy: Camera 2
Posted: December 22, 2004
Duration: 14 sec
A second sound-activated still camera placed at pad 37B by Spaceflight Now photographer Ben Cooper provides a different view of the Delta 4-Heavy rocket launch.
Remote camera 2
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Inaugural Delta 4-Heavy: Liftoff!
Posted: December 21, 2004
Duration: 4 min 34 sec
The test launch of Boeing's Delta 4-Heavy rocket begins with a breath-taking blastoff from Cape Canaveral at 4:50 p.m. EST on December 21, 2004 carrying a satellite simulator on this demonstration flight.
Delta 4-Heavy launch
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Inaugural Delta 4-Heavy: Ride the rocket with onboard camera video
Posted: December 21, 2004
Duration: 4 min 39 sec
An onboard camera mounted to the center booster records the dramatic launch of Boeing's inaugural Delta 4-Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral on its demonstration test flight.
Ride the rocket with onboard camera video
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Inaugural Delta 4-Heavy: Onboard camera footage of booster separation
Posted: December 21, 2004
Duration: 38 sec
Separation by one of the Boeing Delta 4-Heavy rocket's strap-on Common Booster Cores is captured by an onboard camera mounted to the center stage a little over four minutes into the debut launch.
Onboard camera footage of booster separation
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Inaugural Delta 4-Heavy: Onboard camera footage of nose cone separation
Posted: December 21, 2004
Duration: 11 sec
An onboard video camera captures the jettison of the payload fairing nose cone atop Boeing's Delta 4-Heavy rocket during its demonstration flight. The two fairing halves are separated once the vehicle flew out of the atmosphere.
Onboard camera footage of nose cone separation
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AV-005/AMC 16: Atlas 5 launches another communications satellite
Posted: December 17, 2004
Duration: 6 min 22 sec
The Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket launches December 17, 2004 at 7:07 a.m. EST from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station carrying the AMERICOM 16 communications spacecraft for use by EchoStar's DISH Network direct-to-home entertainment service.
Atlas 5 launches another communications satellite
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AV-005/AMC 16: Launch as seen from Kennedy Space Center
Posted: December 17, 2004
Duration: 33 sec
The cloudy sunrise launch of the Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 is shown in this view from the Kennedy Space Center space shuttle press site at Complex 39.
Launch as seen from Kennedy Space Center
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AV-005/AMC 16: Spacecraft deployed from Centaur upper stage
Posted: December 17, 2004
Duration: 57 sec
The AMERICOM 16 communications satellite is released from the Centaur upper stage to successfully complete the Atlas 5 rocket's launch.
Spacecraft deployed from Centaur upper stage
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AV-005/AMC 16: Atlas 5 rocket rolled to launch pad
Posted: December 16, 2004
Duration: 4 min 41 sec
Riding on its mobile launching platform, the Atlas 5 rocket is rolled from its assembly building to the launch pad at Complex 41 just hours before the scheduled liftoff time carrying AMC 16.
Atlas 5 rocket rolled to launch pad
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AV-005/AMC 16: Pre-launch news conference
Posted: December 16, 2004
Duration: 40 min 41 sec
Mission officials hold the pre-launch news conference in Cape Canaveral on Thursday, December 16 to preview the flight of the Atlas 5 rocket with AMC 16.
Pre-launch news conference
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AV-005/AMC 16: Overview of this new AMERICOM satellite
Posted: December 16, 2004
Duration: 3 min 30 sec
This narrated movie provides an overview of the Lockheed Martin-built AMC 16 spacecraft for operator SES AMERICOM.
Overview of this new AMERICOM satellite
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AV-005/AMC 16: Narrated preview of this Atlas 5 launch
Posted: December 16, 2004
Duration: 2 min 52 sec
Preview the launch of Lockheed Martin's Atlas 5 rocket carrying the AMERICOM 16 communications spacecraft with this narrated animation package detailing the key events to occur during ascent.
Narrated preview of this Atlas 5 launch
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Inaugural Delta 4-Heavy: Complex 37 launch pad tour
Posted: December 10, 2004
Duration: 4 min 12 sec
Take a guided tour of the Delta 4 rocket's launch pad 37B at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. This complex, once used for unmanned missions of Saturn boosters in the 1960s, was overhauled in the late 1990s for Boeing's next-generation rocket family.
Complex 37 tour
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Inaugural Delta 4-Heavy: Pre-launch news briefing
Posted: December 9, 2004
Duration: 68 min 21 sec
Boeing and Air Force officials hold the pre-launch news conference for the inaugural flight of the Delta 4-Heavy rocket on its demonstration mission from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
Pre-launch news briefing
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Mission STS-26: Astronauts exit Discovery on runway
Posted: September 6, 2004
Duration: 1 min 27 sec
Waving an American flag, the space shuttle Discovery astronauts depart their shuttle for post-landing celebrations at the runway at Edwards Air Force Base.
Astronauts exit Discovery on runway
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Mission STS-26: Shuttle Discovery returns to Earth
Posted: September 6, 2004
Duration: 2 min 21 sec
Discovery lands on the dry lakebed at Edwards Air Force Base in California at 9:37 a.m. local time on October 3, 1988 to conclude the STS-26 mission, the first post-Challenger shuttle flight.
Discovery returns to Earth
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