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STS-131 Flight Day 5: Stowage racks
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 13 min 25 sec
Members from both the space shuttle Discovery and International Space Station's Expedition 23 crews work together to move two more stowage racks from Leonardo into the station.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: Rate gyro removed
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 7 min 59 sec
Rick Mastracchio unbolts and pulls the old Rate Gyro Assembly out of the space station. He had to overcome a slight blockage from a neighboring equipment restraint device to remove the RGA.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: New ammonia tank stowed in temporary spot
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 2 min 5 sec
The robot arm deposits the Ammonia Tank Assembly on the mobile transporter's hand-like anchor where it will remain until the next spacewalk when the astronauts actually install the reservoir into the Starboard 1 and hook up the plumbing lines.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: Ammonia tank's anchoring fixture attached
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 13 min 16 sec
The spacewalkers meet up with the Ammonia Tank Assembly at the space station's External Stowage Platform No. 2 to attach a second handling device onto the payload. This fixture enables the tank to be anchored onto the station's mobile transporter between spacewalks.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: Japanese science experiment retrieved
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 7 min 13 sec
Spacewalker Rick Mastracchio works at the Japanese Kibo external science deck to retrieve the Micro-Particles capture/Space Environment Exposure Device experiment.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: Arm moves tank
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 1 min 36 sec
The International Space Station's robot arm hoists the boxy coolant reservoir from the payload bay of space shuttle Discovery where it rode to orbit.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: Prepping new ammonia tank in shuttle bay
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 16 min 43 sec
The spacewalkers work to unbolt the new Ammonia Tank Assembly from the launch pallet that bridges across the payload bay of space shuttle Discovery.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: Adding a hand-hold on coolant tank
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 6 min 7 sec
Down in the payload bay of space shuttle Discovery's payload, Rick Mastracchio is working to attach a grappling fixture onto the new ammonia tank. This will allow the station's robotic arm to grasp the tank and move it.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: EVA No. 1 begins
Posted: April 9, 2010
Duration: 4 min 54 sec
Spacewalkers Rick Mastracchio and Clay Anderson emerge from the Quest airlock module for the first of three EVAs planned during Discovery's mission at the International Space Station.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: Update with space station flight director
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 12 min 17 sec
International Space Station flight director Ed Van Cise gives an update on activities aboard the combined shuttle-station complex and looks ahead to the plans for Flight Day 5 during this interview before crew wakeup.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: EVA No. 1 preview
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 9 min 28 sec
David Coan, the lead spacewalk officer for Discovery's STS-131 flight, provides this detailed step-by-step preview of EVA No. 1 by astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Clay Anderson.
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STS-131 Flight Day 5: The day's agenda
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 3 min 1 sec
Ron Spencer, lead space station flight director for the STS-131 mission, previews the Flight Day 5 activities that will feature the first spacewalk for the Discovery flight and unloading Leonardo.
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STS-131 Flight Day 4: MMT update
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 21 min 51 sec
Mission Management Team chairman LeRoy Cain provides this update on the progress of space shuttle Discovery's flight to the International Space Station at 4 p.m. EDT April 8.
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STS-131 Flight Day 4: The highlights
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 32 min 51 sec
The International Space Station's big robot arm plucked a cargo-delivery module out of Discovery's payload bay and brought it aboard the outpost on Flight Day 4. All of the day's highlights are packaged into this movie.
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STS-131 Flight Day 4: Media interviews
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 18 min 4 sec
Shuttle commander Alan Poindexter, mission specialist Stephanie Wilson and spacewalker Rick Mastracchio participate in live media interviews with the Tom Joyner Syndicated Radio Show, WVIT-TV of Hartford, Connecticut and Fox News Radio.
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STS-131 Flight Day 4: Status briefing
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 13 min 29 sec
Courtenay McMillan, the International Space Station's Orbit 1 flight director during Discovery's visit, gives the Flight Day 4 status briefing at 2 a.m. EDT.
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STS-131 Flight Day 4: Cargo-laden Leonardo module attached to station
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 9 min 30 sec
The Italian-made Leonardo module rises from shuttle Discovery's payload bay and attaches to the International Space Station, kicking off the hectic work to unload tons of new equipment, science gear and provisions out of the cargo-delivery vessel.
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STS-131 Flight Day 4: Grasp on Leonardo
Posted: April 8, 2010
Duration: 6 min 55 sec
The International Space Station's robot arm reaches down into space shuttle Discovery's payload bay and grapples the Leonardo cargo module for unberthing of the Italian-built vessel.
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STS-131 Flight Day 4: The day's agenda
Posted: April 7, 2010
Duration: 5 min 9 sec
Lead STS-131 space station flight director Ron Spencer previews the planned activities for Flight Day 4 of shuttle Discovery's mission to the international outpost, which will be highlighted by installation of Leonardo.
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STS-131 Flight Day 4: Update with space station flight director
Posted: April 7, 2010
Duration: 13 min 43 sec
International Space Station flight director Ed Van Cise gives an update on activities aboard the combined shuttle-station complex and looks ahead to the plans for Flight Day 4 during this interview before crew wakeup.
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