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RBSP: Two satellites stacked
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 5 min 39 sec
The two Radiation Belt Storm Probes are stacked one atop the other into their launch configuration.
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RBSP: Centaur upper stage installed
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 8 min 42 sec
The Centaur upper stage with its venerable RL10 engine for burning cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen is lifted atop the first stage to complete the initial build-up of the Atlas 5.
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RBSP: Time-lapse: Centaur
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 48 sec
This time-lapsed clip shows the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket's Centaur upper stage being erected at the Vertical Integration Facility for the RBSP launch.
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RBSP: Time-lapse: First stage
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 38 sec
This time-lapsed clip shows the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket's first stage being erected at the Vertical Integration Facility for the RBSP launch.
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RBSP: First stage erected
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 6 min 42 sec
The first stage of the Atlas 5 rocket with its RD-180 main engine for burning refined kerosene and liquid oxygen is erected aboard the mobile launch platform at the Vertical Integration Facility.
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RBSP: Nose cone readied
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 4 min 18 sec
The two-piece United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket nose cone to shroud RBSP during launch is unbagged and prepared for use.
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RBSP: Spinning the probes
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 5 min 40 sec
Ground technicians working at the Astrotech processing facility perform spin-balance testing on the Radiation Belt Storm Probes before launch.
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Up-close with RBSP
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 3 min
Get an up-close look at one of the Radiation Belt Storm Probes as it is rotated from horizontal to vertical for further testing and thermal blanket installation.
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RBSP: Atlas booster arrives
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 8 min 23 sec
After arriving at Port Canaveral aboard the Delta Mariner cargo ship, the Atlas 5 rocket first stage is offloaded and taken the Atlas Spaceflight Operations Center.
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RBSP: Centaur stage arrives
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 6 min 50 sec
The Delta Mariner vessel delivers the Centaur upper stage to Cape Canaveral from the rocket manufacturing plant in Alabama for the RBSP launch.
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RBSP: The solar panels
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 3 min 22 sec
The power-generating solar array panels are unboxed for their eventual installation onto the twin RBSP spacecraft.
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RBSP: Unpacking the probes
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 7 min 35 sec
The Radiation Belt Storm Probes are removed from the shipping containers at the Astrotech processing facility cleanroom to begin preparations for launch.
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RBSP arrives in Florida
Posted: August 21, 2012
Duration: 15 min 5 sec
NASA's Radiation Belt Storm Probes arrive at the Kennedy Space Center aboard a military transport aircraft to begin the launch campaign.
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MSL: Aug. 5 pre-landing status
Posted: August 7, 2012
Duration: 61 min 30 sec
This is the final pre-landing status briefing for the Mars Science Laboratory held at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on August 5.
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MSL: "Science Chat"
Posted: August 7, 2012
Duration: 51 min
In the hours before the Mars Science Laboratory's landing, John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, and JPL Center Director Charles Elachi held this informal "science chat."
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MSL: Landing preview
Posted: August 6, 2012
Duration: 56 min 56 sec
Hear from the project managers, engineers and scientists who detail how the Mars Science Laboratory will land in Gale Crater of the Red Planet.
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MSL: Science preview
Posted: August 4, 2012
Duration: 55 min
Learn about the scientific objectives and goals for the Curiosity rover that will explore Gale Crater in search of clues that the area was once habitable to life in this pre-landing science briefing.
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Dragon landing as seen from the air
Posted: June 1, 2012
Duration: 4 min 50 sec
A Navy P-3 aircraft provided aerial tracking of the SpaceX Dragon capsule as it returned from orbit, capturing stunning views of the deploying parachutes and landing in the Pacific Ocean.
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Dragon's live landing coverage
Posted: May 31, 2012
Duration: 11 min 59 sec
The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft has completed its 9-day voyage to deliver supplies to the International Space Station and bring cargo back to Earth, parachuting into the Pacific Ocean where recovery forces await to haul the capsule to California.
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Dragon released from station's robot arm
Posted: May 31, 2012
Duration: 5 min 22 sec
After a week at the International Space Station, the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft is ungrappled by the robot arm at 5:49 a.m. EDT May 31 to begin its free-flight back to Earth for a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean.
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