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Atlas/MUOS 1: Onboard camera footage from first stage of flight
Posted: February 26, 2012
Duration: 5 min 32 sec
Hitch a ride aboard the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket with this first stage video from onboard cameras during liftoff carrying the U.S. Navy's MUOS 1 mobile communications satellite. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Atlas/MUOS 1: Onboard camera footage from Centaur upper stage
Posted: February 26, 2012
Duration: 7 min 37 sec
Hitch a ride aboard the Centaur upper stage on its 200th flight with this onboard camera during launch of the Atlas 5 rocket carrying the U.S. Navy's MUOS 1 mobile communications satellite. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Atlas/MUOS 1: Flying downrange
Posted: February 24, 2012
Duration: 3 min 4 sec
The United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket soars downrange from Cape Canaveral and sheds its solid-fuel boosters in the blue late-afternoon skies over the Florida spaceport.
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Atlas/MUOS 1: Integration facility
Posted: February 24, 2012
Duration: 48 sec
This view was captured from the Vertical Integration Facility where the Atlas 5 rockets are assembled aboard a mobile launch platform and then rolled out to the pad at Complex 41. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Atlas/MUOS 1: Pad camera
Posted: February 24, 2012
Duration: 1 min 10 sec
A close-up camera at positioned at the base of Complex 41's pad shows the Atlas 5 rocket's blasting off. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Atlas/MUOS 1: Beach camera
Posted: February 24, 2012
Duration: 1 min 26 sec
A camera at positioned on a mound along beach southeast of the launch pad provides this angle of the Atlas 5 rocket's liftoff. (Replay includes live launch audio).
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Atlas/MUOS 1: LAUNCH
Posted: February 24, 2012
Duration: 15 min 21 sec
The Atlas rocket launches its heaviest payload ever, the first satellite in the U.S. Navy's newest generation of mobile communications spacecraft, on the 200th flight of the Centaur upper stage at 5:15 p.m. EST.
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Atlas/MUOS 1: Rocket rollback
Posted: February 18, 2012
Duration: 35 min 32 sec
Marking only the fourth scrub-and-rollback scenario in 25 flights from Cape Canaveral, the Atlas 5 rocket returned to the assembly hangar to wait out a prolonged hold until the next available launch opportunity on the Eastern Range.
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Glenn @ 50th anniversary: "On the Shoulders of Giants"
Posted: February 18, 2012
Duration: 80 min 26 sec
John Glenn and Scott Carpenter participate in a ceremony at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex honoring all who made NASA's Project Mercury possible. The "On the Shoulders of Giants" program include remarks from KSC Director Bob Cabana, Sen. Bill Nelson and astronaut Steve Robinson, who flew with Glenn on his second trip into orbit on shuttle Discovery's STS-95 mission in 1998.
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Atlas/MUOS 1 launch scrubbed again
Posted: February 17, 2012
Duration: 3 min 5 sec
Launch of the Atlas 5 rocket carrying the U.S. Navy's next-generation mobile communications satellite is scrubbed Feb. 17 due to a combination of thick clouds and high-altitude winds that made it unsafe to fly the towering booster.
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Glenn @ 50th anniversary: Chat with the press
Posted: February 17, 2012
Duration: 38 min 47 sec
A news conference with John Glenn and Scott Carpenter takes place at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in the Mercury Mission Control exhibit to mark the 50th anniversary of Americans in orbit.
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Atlas/MUOS 1 launch scrubbed
Posted: February 16, 2012
Duration: 7 min 58 sec
Launch of the Atlas 5 rocket with the Navy's first MUOS mobile communications satellite is scrubbed at T-minus 75 seconds on FEb. 16 due to high-altitude wind conditions.
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MUOS 1: Previewing Atlas' ascent
Posted: February 16, 2012
Duration: 2 min 53 sec
Learn about the United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket's flight trajectory to deploy the Navy's MUOS mobile communications spacecraft into geosynchronous transfer orbit.
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MUOS 1: Atlas rocket rolled out
Posted: February 16, 2012
Duration: 46 min 16 sec
Towering 206 stories tall, the massive United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket is wheeled from its assembly building to the pad to begin final preparations to send the Navy's MUOS mobile communications satellite into orbit.
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Delta 4: Launch of WGS 4
Posted: January 20, 2012
Duration: 13 min 26 sec
A new Air Force satellite headed for service over the Middle East to route essential communications to U.S. military forces and improve data links to unmanned aerial drones was successfully launched from Cape Canaveral atop a Delta 4 rocket.
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America's youth rename GRAIL spacecraft
Posted: January 17, 2012
Duration: 21 min 53 sec
The twin NASA spacecraft currently looping in orbits around the Moon to reveal profound new insights about our nearest neighbor in the night sky have been given symbolic names through a contest with U.S. schoolchildren.
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Discovery: Ferryflight tail cone in place
Posted: January 17, 2012
Duration: 8 min 31 sec
The aerodynamic tail cone to cover space shuttle Discovery's main engines and provide a smooth airflow during the piggyback ride atop the modified Boeing 747 carrier jet to the Smithsonian in April is installed onto the spacecraft.
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Discovery: Main engine eye lids
Posted: January 17, 2012
Duration: 13 min 34 sec
The so-called "eye lid" covers and thermal barriers are installed around the space shuttle main engines and Discovery's aft structure after the replica powerplants were inserted into the orbiter.
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Discovery: Reflecting on final powerdown
Posted: January 17, 2012
Duration: 8 min 14 sec
Kennedy Space Center workers and director Bob Cabana note the passing of shuttle Discovery as the ship is powered down one last time in the processing hangar.
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Discovery: Ship officially turned off
Posted: January 17, 2012
Duration: 5 min 11 sec
The space shuttle Discovery, a spacecraft flown 39 times spanning 148,221,675 miles and 5,830 orbits of Earth, is powered off for the final time Dec. 16 to complete its life forever.
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