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Expedition 25-26: Mission preview movie
Posted: November 8, 2010
Duration: 7 min 7 sec
This movie summarizes the main goals and objectives at the International Space Station over the next six months during the Expedition 25 and Expedition 26 crew increments.
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Expedition 25: Meet the crew
Posted: November 8, 2010
Duration: 13 min 52 sec
Get to know the six-person crew -- Wheelock, Walker, Kelly, Yurchikhin, Kaleri and Skripochka -- living aboard the International Space Station as Expedition 25. This special biography movie profiles the crew and the path each took to become an astronaut.
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STS-133: Scrub news briefing
Posted: November 5, 2010
Duration: 45 min 55 sec
Mission Management Team prelaunch chairman Mike Moses and shuttle launch director Mike Leinbach brief the news media on the ground umbilical carrier plate gaseous hydrogen leak that scrubbed the Nov. 5 countdown.
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STS-133: Gaseous hydrogen leak scrubs shuttle Discovery launch
Posted: November 5, 2010
Duration: 5 min 35 sec
The planned Nov. 5 liftoff of space shuttle Discovery was postponed due to a "significant" leak in the gaseous hydrogen venting system between the launch pad and external fuel tank.
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STS-133: Weather postpones launch
Posted: November 4, 2010
Duration: 13 min 15 sec
The Mission Management Team decides the weather conditions at Kennedy Space Center were too unfavorable to attempt launching space shuttle Discovery on November 4, postponing the flight 24 hours prior to the start of fueling.
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STS-133: Go for launch
Posted: November 3, 2010
Duration: 15 min 27 sec
NASA managers Wednesday cleared the shuttle Discovery for launch Thursday on its 39th and final mission, deciding an electrical glitch that prompted a 24-hour delay was not a threat to flight safety.
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STS-133: Launch delay for electrical issue
Posted: November 2, 2010
Duration: 30 min 23 sec
Wednesday's planned launch of space shuttle Discovery is postponed at least 24 hours to give technicians additional time for troubleshooting the electrical problem with the main engine controller circuitry.
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STS-133: Tuesday status briefing
Posted: November 2, 2010
Duration: 26 min 54 sec
With the countdown clocks now ticking, a progress report on activities for space shuttle Discovery, an overview its mission payloads and the latest weather outlook is given during this status briefing is held at 10:30 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, Nov. 2.
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STS-133: Pre-launch news conference
Posted: November 1, 2010
Duration: 29 min 51 sec
This is the pre-launch news conference for space shuttle Discovery's STS-133 mission to the International Space Station with the Mission Management Team chairman, the launch director and the shuttle weather officer.
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STS-133: Countdown preview
Posted: October 31, 2010
Duration: 16 min 27 sec
NASA test director Steve Payne and weather officer Kathy Winters provide an update on shuttle Discovery's launch preparations and preview the start of the three-day countdown sequence during this briefing held at 10 a.m. EDT on Oct. 31.
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Expedition 25: Progress 40P docking
Posted: October 30, 2010
Duration: 16 min 18 sec
For the 40th time in the past decade, a Russian cargo freighter arrives at the International Space Station carrying vital supplies to feed the needs of the orbiting laboratory and its resident crews. But this docking required the intervention by one of the most experienced cosmonauts.
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STS-133: Another launch delay
Posted: October 30, 2010
Duration: 21 min 9 sec
NASA test director Jeff Spaulding reports on the space shuttle Discovery helium leak repair and the extra time required to complete the work, which has delayed launch an additional day to Wednesday, Nov. 3.
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STS-133: Launch delayed 24 hours
Posted: October 29, 2010
Duration: 24 min 1 sec
Jeff Spaulding, NASA test director, explains why space shuttle Discovery's launch has been postponed until November 2 and launch weather officer Kathy Winter previews the forecast.
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STS-133: Crew arrives for launch
Posted: October 28, 2010
Duration: 6 min 7 sec
The six astronauts arrive at the Kennedy Space Center launch site in sleek T-38 jets, trained and ready to take shuttle Discovery for its final spaceflight.
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STS-133: FRR news conference
Posted: October 25, 2010
Duration: 46 min 51 sec
NASA officials announce the launch date for space shuttle Discovery's STS-133 mission to the International Space Station during this briefing at Kennedy Space Center following the Flight Readiness Review.
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STS-133 pre-flight briefings: Programs
Posted: October 25, 2010
Duration: 70 min 36 sec
Space shuttle program manager John Shannon and space station ops and integration manager Dan Hartman open the day of pre-flight news conferences previewing Discovery's STS-133 mission with this program perspectives briefing. They discuss various hot topics for both programs.
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STS-133 pre-flight briefings: Mission
Posted: October 25, 2010
Duration: 73 min 50 sec
A detailed preview of space shuttle Discovery's STS-133 mission that will deliver the Permanent Multipurpose Module to the International Space Station is provided in this briefing with lead shuttle flight director Bryan Lunney and lead station flight director Royce Renfrew.
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STS-133 pre-flight briefings: EVAs
Posted: October 25, 2010
Duration: 24 min 20 sec
Two spacewalks are planned during space shuttle Discovery's STS-133 mission to the International Space Station. Art Thomason, the lead spacewalk officer, previews the EVAs in this briefing.
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STS-133 pre-flight briefings: Robonaut
Posted: October 25, 2010
Duration: 46 min 59 sec
Take an in-depth look at the history and promise of Robonaut 2, the first humanoid robot to be launched into space. The shuttle Discovery will deliver "R2" to its new home aboard the International Space Station.
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STS-133 pre-flight briefings: The Discovery astronauts meet the press
Posted: October 25, 2010
Duration: 49 min 43 sec
Commander Steve Lindsey, pilot Eric Boe and mission specialists Al Drew, Tim Kopra, Mike Barratt and Nicole Stott hold the traditional pre-flight news conference from Johnson Space Center.
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