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STS-131: Canister goes upright
Posted: March 26, 2010
Duration: 8 min 27 sec
The transportation canister hauling the Leonardo and ammonia tank payloads is taken to the rotating building at Kennedy Space Center and turned vertically for delivery to the launch pad.
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STS-131: Hoisting Leonardo into transporter
Posted: March 26, 2010
Duration: 4 min 10 sec
The Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, named Leonardo, is placed into the payload transportation canister at the Space Station Processing Facility for the trip to launch pad 39A and installation into Discovery.
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STS-131: Station's new ammonia tank
Posted: March 26, 2010
Duration: 4 min 11 sec
The Ammonia Tank Assembly payload, mounted on a carrier structure, is put through final weighing and center of gravity checks before being loaded into the transport canister at the Space Station Processing Facility.
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STS-131: Leonardo sealed for launch
Posted: March 26, 2010
Duration: 3 min 9 sec
Final packing of cargo into the Italian-made Leonardo module is completed and the hatch closed for launch aboard shuttle Discovery's STS-131 mission to the space station.
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STS-132: Rassvet on display
Posted: March 25, 2010
Duration: 5 min 38 sec
At the former Spacehab processing facility near Port Canaveral, the Russian Mini Research Module 1 called Rassvet is put on pre-launch display for the news media.
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STS-132: Rassvet sealed for flight
Posted: March 22, 2010
Duration: 2 min 57 sec
The forward hatchway of the Russian Mini Research Module 1 is closed in preparation for launch aboard shuttle Atlantis. The probe-like device on the hatch will be used to connect Rassvet with the station's Zarya module.
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STS-132: Packing the insides of Rassvet with American cargo
Posted: March 22, 2010
Duration: 10 min
Taking advantage of the Rassvet's interior volume, NASA has packed 3,000 pounds of equipment, spare parts, food and provisions in the module for trucking to the station.
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STS-131: Interview with payload manager
Posted: March 19, 2010
Duration: 4 min 5 sec
This is an interview with Joe Delai, the STS-131 payload mission manager, conducted at Kennedy Space Center's launch pad 39A with space shuttle Discovery as the backdrop.
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STS-131: Interview with Boeing manager
Posted: March 19, 2010
Duration: 4 min 27 sec
This is an interview with Mike Kinslow, the Boeing payload manager, conducted at Kennedy Space Center's launch pad 39A with space shuttle Discovery as the backdrop.
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STS-131: EVA suits loaded aboard
Posted: March 18, 2010
Duration: 7 min 27 sec
The spacesuits worn by the astronauts while taking spacewalks outside the shuttle and International Space Station are packed inside Discovery for launch.
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STS-132: Working on Atlantis' tail
Posted: March 18, 2010
Duration: 5 min 2 sec
Ground technicians button up the compartment on space shuttle Atlantis' tail that gives access to the rudder/speed brake mechanisms.
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Expedition 22: More views of the undocking
Posted: March 18, 2010
Duration: 6 min 45 sec
External video cameras on the International Space Station provide these additional views in replay of the Soyuz capsule undocking from the Poisk module.
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Expedition 22: Soyuz TMA-16 undocks
Posted: March 18, 2010
Duration: 4 min 34 sec
The Soyuz TMA-16 spacecraft leaves the space station after nearly 167 days there, undocking 220 miles over the Mongolian-Russian border in preparation for landing two orbits later.
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Expedition 22: Hatch closed for undocking
Posted: March 18, 2010
Duration: 9 min 28 sec
Jeff Williams and Maxim Suraev say their farewells to the outpost and board the Soyuz spacecraft for the journey from the International Space Station to the landing site in Kazakhstan.

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Expedition 22: Change of command
Posted: March 17, 2010
Duration: 10 min 12 sec
A change of command ceremony is held in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station as Expedition 22 skipper Jeff Williams of NASA hands control of the outpost to Expedition 23 commander Oleg Kotov of Russia.
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STS-131: Shuttle evacuation practice
Posted: March 14, 2010
Duration: 3 min 27 sec
After clocks halted in the final seconds to simulate a shutdown of the three main engines just prior to liftoff, the crew exits the shuttle and practices scurrying to the slide-wire baskets for a quick evacuation of the pad.
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STS-131: Crew module hatch closed
Posted: March 14, 2010
Duration: 1 min 52 sec
The pad's Orbiter Closeout Crew practices closing shuttle Discovery's hatch after the astronauts are aboard and strapping into their seats.
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STS-131: Crew boards Discovery for simulation
Posted: March 14, 2010
Duration: 9 min 26 sec
After the short ride out to launch pad 39A, the astronauts walk across the access arm to the White Room and begin boarding shuttle Discovery for the final three hours of the mock countdown.
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STS-131: Emergency training at tower and bunker
Posted: March 14, 2010
Duration: 5 min 2 sec
The astronauts spend time learning how to evacuate pad 39A if an emergency arises, including procedures to operate the slide-wire baskets that would quickly whisk the crew from the launch tower to a bunker west of the pad.
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STS-131: Crew chat at the pad
Posted: March 14, 2010
Duration: 16 min 10 sec
The STS-131 astronauts take a few minutes during the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test events to talk with reporters at Kennedy Space Center's launch pad 39A on the morning of March 4.
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