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Dragon maneuvered into departure position
Posted: May 31, 2012
Duration: 4 min 58 sec
The 58-foot-long, Canadian-made robotic arm of the International Space Station gently maneuvers the Dragon spacecraft into the proper position beneath the complex for its release to fly away.
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Dragon detached from space station
Posted: May 31, 2012
Duration: 10 min 14 sec
Under the control of NASA astronaut Joe Acaba, the International Space Station's robotic arm unberths the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft from the Earth-facing docking port of the Harmony connecting module.
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Dragon prepared for unberthing
Posted: May 31, 2012
Duration: 7 min 35 sec
Aboard the International Space Station, the Expedition 31 crew gets ready to bid farewell to the SpaceX Dragon capsule after a successful test-flight visit to the orbiting outpost.
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Dragon: Homeward bound
Posted: May 30, 2012
Duration: 37 min 14 sec
NASA's International Space Station flight director Holly Ridings and SpaceX mission director John Couluris preview the Dragon spacecraft's unberthing and return to Earth.
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Crew news conference inside Dragon
Posted: May 26, 2012
Duration: 21 min 12 sec
Astronauts Don Pettit, Andre Kuipers and Joe Acaba hold a live space-to-ground news conference from inside the Dragon spacecraft at the International Space Station.
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Dragon hatch opening
Posted: May 26, 2012
Duration: 5 min 23 sec
NASA astronaut Don Pettit, a member of the International Space Station's Expedition 37, opens the hatchway and floats into the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft for the first time.
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Securing Dragon onto the space station
Posted: May 25, 2012
Duration: 20 min 14 sec
The International Space Station's robotic arm inserts Dragon into the Earth-facing docking port of the Harmony connecting module and electrically-driven bolts engage to firmly attach the capsule.
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Dragon arrives at the space station
Posted: May 25, 2012
Duration: 7 min 1 sec
"Looks like we've got us a dragon by the tail," space station astronaut Don Pettit radios as he uses the Canadian robot arm to successfully grapple the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft.
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Dragon flies within arm's reach
Posted: May 25, 2012
Duration: 10 min 14 sec
Completing the rendezvous, the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft loaded with supplies and equipment moves the final distance to reach the capture point below the International Space Station to await being snared by the robot arm.
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Fixing a Dragon glitch
Posted: May 25, 2012
Duration: 8 min 43 sec
The Dragon's intercept to the International Space Station is halted and the spacecraft retreats due to a problem with the laser-ranging system misfiring at reflectors on the Japanese laboratory segment of the outpost.
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Here comes the Dragon
Posted: May 25, 2012
Duration: 10 min 49 sec
From the space station's first clear television view of the day showing Dragon to the capsule's approach to 80 meters, this video shows the highlights of the rendezvous.
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Falcon/Dragon: Mission preview
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 5 min 55 sec
Alan Lindenmoyer, manager of NASA's Commercial Crew and Cargo Program, narrates animation to depicting the Dragon capsule's demonstration flight to the International Space Station.
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Falcon/Dragon: Cargo load
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 5 min 5 sec
Mike Horkachuck, NASA's Commercial Space Transportation Services program executive, describes the cargo that Dragon is taking to the International Space Station on its first visit.
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Falcon/Dragon: Countdown overview
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 2 min 15 sec
NASA commentator George Diller in SpaceX Launch Control gives an overview of the countdown sequence for readying the Falcon 9 rocket for flight with Dragon.
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Falcon/Dragon: Valve replaced
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 2 min 58 sec
Gwynne Shotwell, the president of SpaceX, recaps the check valve problem in Engine No. 5 that caused the Falcon's initial launch abort on May 19.
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Falcon/Dragon: Full launch experience
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 22 min 52 sec
From the launch team readiness polls at the T-minus 13 minute point to Dragon's arrival in orbit, this movie captures the full experience of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket!
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Falcon/Dragon launch replays: UCS 3
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 44 sec
The UCS-3 tracking camera north of Complex 40 captures the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the space station-bound Dragon capsule. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Falcon/Dragon launch replays: South
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 1 min 12 sec
Another tracking camera south of Complex 40 captures the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the space station-bound Dragon capsule. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Falcon/Dragon launch replays: UCS 23
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 2 min 45 sec
The UCS-23 tracking camera gives a close-up view the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the space station-bound Dragon capsule. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Falcon/Dragon launch replays: Causeway
Posted: May 22, 2012
Duration: 1 min 34 sec
A public affairs camera located along the NASA Causeway south of Complex 40 captures the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the space station-bound Dragon capsule. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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