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STS-130: Crew boards Endeavour
Posted: January 23, 2010
Duration: 5 min 54 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 Endeavour for the final three hours of the mock countdown.
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STS-130: Launch day simulation begins
Posted: January 23, 2010
Duration: 6 min 47 sec
The astronauts follow a normal launch morning routine during the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test, donning their bright orange spacesuits and departing the crew quarters building to get into the Astrovan.
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STS-130: Emergency training at bunker
Posted: January 23, 2010
Duration: 2 min 54 sec
Down at the bunker west of launch pad 39A, the astronauts continue their emergency procedures training on how to exit the slide-wire baskets and operate equipment in the shelter.
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STS-130: Emergency training on tower
Posted: January 23, 2010
Duration: 5 min 6 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-130: Tank test driving
Posted: January 23, 2010
Duration: 5 min 44 sec
Endeavour's astronauts take turns test-driving an armored tank available for the crew to escape the pad 39A area if an emergency arises during the launch countdown.
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STS-130: Nighttime landing simulations
Posted: January 23, 2010
Duration: 9 min 22 sec
ommander George Zamka and pilot Terry Virts, wearing their launch and entry spacesuits, climb inside a pair of Shuttle Training Aircraft for practice nighttime landing approaches at Kennedy Space Center's runway during the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test.
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Atlas/SDO: Pre-flight briefing
Posted: January 21, 2010
Duration: 38 min 53 sec
The scientists and leaders of NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory project preview the spacecraft's mission and objectives during this pre-flight introduction briefing held in Washington and the Kennedy Space Center on January 21.
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Expedition 22: Soyuz relocation
Posted: January 21, 2010
Duration: 25 min 36 sec
Russian cosmonaut Maxim Suraev and space station commander Jeff Williams fly their Soyuz capsule from the aft port of the International Space Station's Zvezda module to a brand new Poisk docking port on the top side of the complex.
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STS-130: Tranquility reaches pad 39A
Posted: January 20, 2010
Duration: 6 min 37 sec
The Tranquility module that'll be a new room with a view for the International Space Station was trucked to space shuttle Endeavour's launch pad on January 18.
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STS-130: Canister goes upright
Posted: January 20, 2010
Duration: 4 min 35 sec
The transportation canister hauling the Tranquility payload is taken to the rotating building at Kennedy Space Center and turned vertically for delivery to the launch pad.
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STS-130: Packing up the payload
Posted: January 20, 2010
Duration: 6 min 42 sec
Tranquility is loaded into a special transport canister shaped like the shuttle's 60-foot-long payload bay at Kennedy Space Center's Space Station Processing Facility for transport to the pad.
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STS-130: Crew chat at the pad
Posted: January 20, 2010
Duration: 15 min 24 sec
The STS-130 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 January 20.
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STS-130: Update on cooling hose fix
Posted: January 20, 2010
Duration: 1 min 20 sec
Bob Behnken, the lead spacewalker for space shuttle Endeavour's STS-130 mission, says the fix being implemented on the ammonia cooling lines for the Tranquility module is running ahead of schedule.
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STS-130: Veteran astronaut gives his thoughts on shuttle retirement
Posted: January 20, 2010
Duration: 40 sec
Endeavour astronaut Steve Robinson, a long-time veteran space flier, answers a reporter's question about upcoming end of the space shuttle program during a press chat at launch pad 39A.
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STS-130: Crew begins practice count
Posted: January 18, 2010
Duration: 6 min 19 sec
Commander George Zamka and his crew of space station builders reached Kennedy Space Center at sundown January 18 for the week's emergency training exercises and a countdown dress rehearsal.
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Atlas/SDO: Spacecraft fueled up
Posted: January 16, 2010
Duration: 8 min 22 sec
The ground team loads maneuvering fuel into the Solar Dynamics Observatory while wearing protective SCAPE suits during this hazardous operation.
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Atlas/SDO: Centaur upper stage stacked
Posted: January 16, 2010
Duration: 6 min
The Centaur upper stage that will propel NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory into geosynchronous transfer orbit is mounted atop the Atlas 5 rocket's first stage.
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Atlas/SDO: First stage erected
Posted: January 16, 2010
Duration: 6 min 54 sec
The Atlas 5 rocket's first stage is moved from the Atlas Spaceflight Operations Center to the Vertical Integration Facility where it is hoisted upright for stacking atop a mobile launch platform.
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Atlas/SDO: Appendages extended in auto test
Posted: January 16, 2010
Duration: 3 min 5 sec
The communications booms and the power-generating solar wings of the Solar Dynamics Observatory are deployed in an autonomous test.
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Atlas/SDO: Manual test of solar arrays
Posted: January 16, 2010
Duration: 2 min 35 sec
Technicians help to manually deploy the solar arrays on the Solar Dynamics Observatory during pre-launch testing at the Astrotech facility near Titusville, Florida.
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