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Space Shuttle STS-122 Atlantis Space Station Assembly ISS-1E Columbus Lab 2008 NASA por Jeff Quitney   6 anos atrás

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"Commander: Steve Frick
Pilot: Alan Poindexter
Mission Specialists: Stanley Love, Leland Melvin, Rex Walheim, Hans Schlegel

Space Station Crew: (Down) Daniel Tani, (Up) Leopold Eyharts
Dates: February 7-20, 2008
Vehicle: Atlantis OV-104
Payloads: ISS Flight 1E: Columbus Laboratory
Landing Site: Runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center, FL

Edited mission highlights video created for playback during the STS-122 Post Flight Crew Presentation. Includes: Mission patch; crew breakfast; suit-up and crew walking out of the Operations and Checkout (O&C) building at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC); in-cabin views; launch through External Tank (ET) separation; ET falling to the ground; payload bay doors (PLBD) open; shuttle survey; in-cabin views; rendezvous, pitch maneuver and docking; International Space Station (ISS) views; shuttle in-cabin views; hatch opening and welcome; joint meal; extravehicular activity (EVA) preparations; EVA hatch opening; EVA activities; European built Columbus module attached to the ISS; interior views of crewmembers working in the Columbus; STS-122 Commander Steve Frick photographing beautiful earth views; crew sleeping; farewell and hatch closure; undocking and ISS fly-around; crew leisure activities; crew suiting up for re-entry; flight deck activities; landing views; greetings; shuttle inspection; and crew posing for photographs."

NASA film JSC-2108

Originally a public domain film from NASA, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied.
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization .
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STS-122 was a NASA Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS), flown by the Space Shuttle Atlantis. STS-122 marked the 24th shuttle mission to the ISS, and the 121st space shuttle flight since STS-1.

The mission was also referred to as ISS-1E by the ISS program. The primary objective of STS-122 was to deliver the European Columbus science laboratory, built by the European Space Agency (ESA), to the station. It also returned Expedition 16 Flight Engineer Daniel M. Tani to Earth. Tani was replaced on Expedition 16 by Léopold Eyharts, a French Flight Engineer representing ESA. After Atlantis' landing, the orbiter was prepared for STS-125, the final servicing mission for the Hubble Space Telescope.

The original target launch date for STS-122 was 6 December 2007, but due to engine cutoff sensor (ECO) reading errors, the launch was postponed to 9 December 2007. During the second launch attempt, the sensors failed again, and the launch was halted. A tanking test on 18 December 2007 revealed the probable cause to lie with a connector between the external tank and the shuttle. The connector was replaced and the shuttle launched during the third attempt on 7 February 2008...

STS-122 was the ISS Assembly Flight 1E, which delivered the European Columbus laboratory module to the station, along with the Biolab, Fluid Science Laboratory (FSL), European Drawer Rack (EDR), and European Physiology Modules (EPM) payloads.

STS-122 also carried the Solar Monitoring Observatory (SOLAR), the European Technology Exposure Facility (EuTEF), and a new Nitrogen Tank Assembly, mounted in the cargo bay of an ICC-Lite payload rack, as well as a spare Drive Lock Assembly (DLA) sent to orbit in support of possible repairs to the starboard Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ) which is malfunctioning.

Several items were returned with Atlantis: A malfunctioning Control Moment Gyroscope (CMG) that was swapped out with a new one during STS-118, and the empty Nitrogen Tank Assembly will be placed in the orbiter's payload bay, along with a trundle bearing from the Starboard SARJ that was removed during an EVA performed by Expedition 16...

Three spacewalks were scheduled and completed during STS-122. The cumulative time in extra-vehicular activity during the mission was 22 hours, 8 minutes...


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