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Shuttle Mission STS-115


STS-115: Crew's snack time
Date: September 8, 2006
Duration: 1 min 35 sec
Atlantis' six astronauts are gathered around the dining room table in crew quarters for a snack and the traditional launch morning photo opportunity.
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STS-115: Atlantis cleared for launch
Date: September 7, 2006
Duration: 46 min 9 sec
Space shuttle program officials clear Atlantis for liftoff after reviewing the fuel cell issue. The announcement that the countdown will proceed for launch September 8 at this press briefing.
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STS-115: Fuel cell causes scrub
Date: September 6, 2006
Duration: 49 min 52 sec
The September 6 attempt to launch space shuttle Atlantis was scrubbed early in the morning due to a problem with fuel cell No. 1. Shuttle program manager Wayne Hale, deputy manager of the orbiter project office Ed Mango and weather squadron representative Lt. Col. Patrick Barrett hold this status briefing to describe the problem, the troubleshooting efforts and preview a possible next launch attempt.
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STS-115 Rollback of the Rotating Service Structure
Date: September 5, 2006
Duration: 2 min 33 sec
The Rotating Service Structure is moved away from Atlantis on September 5 in readiness for the shuttle's planned liftoff on mission STS-115.
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STS-115: Status update on eve of launch
Date: September 5, 2006
Duration: 29 min 53 sec
Shuttle program manager Wayne Hale, launch integration manager LeRoy Cain, launch director Mike Leinbach and launch weather officer Kathy Winters give a final status report on the eve of Atlantis' liftoff at this 10 a.m. news conference September 5.
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STS-115 Pre-launch News Conference
Date: September 4, 2006
Duration: 35 min 5 sec
Officials discuss Atlantis' readiness for launch at the traditional pre-launch news conference. Briefing the news media are: Wayne Hale, shuttle program manager; LeRoy Cain, shuttle launch integration manager; Mike Leinbach, shuttle launch director; and U.S. Air Force Lt. Kaleb Nordgren, 45th Weather Squadron.
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STS-115: Launch Minus 2 Day countdown status
Date: September 4, 2006
Duration: 21 min 39 sec
The Launch Minus-2 Day Countdown Status Briefing is held at 10 a.m. EDT on Monday, September 4 to report on the progress of Atlantis' countdown to launch.
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STS-115: Crew biographies
Date: September 2, 2006
Duration: 9 min 20 sec
Four veterans and two rookies make up the crew for space shuttle Atlantis' STS-115 space station assembly mission. Meet the crew members and learn how each became an astronaut in this special biography movie.
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STS-115: Flight preview
Date: September 2, 2006
Duration: 8 min 52 sec
Shuttle Atlantis' delivery of the Port 3/Port 4 combined truss structure and two massive solar arrays to the International Space Station will double the amount of power the outpost can generate. It will be a challenging flight of robotics and spacewalking tasks. STS-115 is previewed in this short movie.
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STS-115: ISS assembly sequence
Date: September 2, 2006
Duration: 6 min 24 sec
The flight of shuttle Atlantis on STS-115 marks the resumption of International Space Station construction following the Columbia accident. Completing the orbital assembly of the station over the next four years will involve some of the most complex space missions ever launched. NASA managers and astronauts preview what's to come in this short movie.
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STS-115: Atlantis astronauts return to the Cape for launch
Date: September 2, 2006
Duration: 3 min 48 sec
Atlantis commander Brent Jett and Canadian astronaut Steve MacLean make a few comments to reporters at the runway following the crew's arrival for the launch countdown.
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STS-115: Crew arrives in T-38s
Date: September 2, 2006
Duration: 8 min 21 sec
Flying in a wave of T-38 jet trainers, the crew of the shuttle Atlantis traveled to the Kennedy Space Center this morning to restart final preparations for Wednesday's planned launch. The six astronauts had returned to their training base in Houston during the delay caused by tropical storm Ernesto.
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STS-115 rollback to pad press briefing
Date: August 29, 2006
Duration: 24 min 40 sec
NASA's manager of launch integration LeRoy Cain and launch director Mike Leinbach brief reporters on the decision to cancel the rollback of shuttle Atlantis and return the vehicle to the launch pad to ride out Tropical Storm Ernesto.
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STS-115: Atlantis heads for VAB
Date: August 29, 2006
Duration: 3 min 54 sec
Atlantis makes the slow trek away from launch pad 39B, marking the fifth time in shuttle program history a rollback to the Vehicle Assembly Building has occurred for tropical weather. But before reaching the VAB, NASA officials got a weather update and decided to stop the rollback in favor of returning Atlantis to the pad.
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STS-115: Atlantis begins rollback
Date: August 29, 2006
Duration: 5 min 19 sec
Worried about the high winds from Tropical Storm Ernesto, space shuttle Atlantis begins the rollback from launch pad 39B toward the safe confines of Kennedy Space Center's cavernous Vehicle Assembly Building at 10:04 a.m. August 29.
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STS-115: Atlantis rollback ordered
Date: August 28, 2006
Duration: 28 min 35 sec
Following the decision to begin rollback preparations to move Atlantis off the launch pad and back to the Vehicle Assembly Building due to Ernesto, mission officials hold this briefing August 28 to explain the situation.
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STS-115: Management team update
Date: August 27, 2006
Duration: 43 min 39 sec
Following a mission management team meeting that cleared space shuttle Atlantis from any lightning damage and reviewed the track of Ernesto, officials held this news conference at 8 p.m. August 27 from Kennedy Space Center.
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STS-115: Gerstenmaier briefing
Date: August 27, 2006
Duration: 28 min 27 sec
NASA space operations chief Bill Gerstenmaier holds this mid-day news conference August 27 to provide an update on teams analyzing the shuttle from the launch pad lightning strike and the latest on possible rollback of Atlantis to the Vehicle Assembly Building due to Hurricane Ernesto.
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STS-115: Scrub news briefing
Date: August 26, 2006
Duration: 37 min 8 sec
Testing of shuttle and ground systems after a powerful lightning strike at launch pad 39B forced NASA officials to postpone liftoff of Atlantis on mission STS-115 by at least 24 hours. Managers explain the situation in this press conference held at 3 p.m. August 26 from Kennedy Space Center.
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Lightning strikes shuttle launch pad 39B
Date: August 26, 2006
Duration: 11 sec
A powerful bolt of lightning strikes the lightning rod atop launch pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center. NASA delayed Atlantis launch by at least 24 hours to check the shuttle and ground equipment for possible damage.
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