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Space Shuttle STS-121 Discovery Space Station Assembly ISS-ULF1.1 MPLM Leonardo 2006 NASA -

Space Shuttle STS-121 Discovery Space Station Assembly ISS-ULF1.1 MPLM Leonardo 2006 NASA por Jeff Quitney   6 anos atrás

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"STS-121 Post Flight Presentation
Edited mission highlights video created for playback during the STS-121 (ISS flight ULF-1.1) Post Flight Crew Presentation. Includes: mission patch; Discovery on the launch pad; crew walking out of the Operations and Checkout (O&C) building at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC); Firing Room activities; launch through external tank (ET) separation; in-cabin views; ET falling to the ground; animation of shuttle survey; shuttle survey; rendezvous, pitch maneuver and docking; International Space Station (ISS) views; Expedition 13 crewmembers Pavel Vinogradov and Jeff Williams in the US Destiny Laboratory during approach and docking; Shuttle in-cabin views; hatch opening and welcome; Discovery and ISS tour; Wilson and Nowak during Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) activities; Multi-purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) being lifted from the payload bay (PLB); Fossum during exercise; extravehicular activity (EVA) preparations; EVA hatch opening; EVA activities; Wilson during a somersault; logistics transfers; Lindsey and Kelly blowing a bubble to each other (Lindsey finally eats it); other crew leisure activities and meal; crew in Destiny lab; MPLM is uninstalled and berthed in PLB; Nowak and Wilson with a sign (ROBO CHICKS); earth views; farewell and hatch closure; undocking and ISS fly-around; crew suiting up for re-entry; flight deck activities; landing views; and crew posing for photographs."

NASA film JSC-2034

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.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/STS-121

STS-121 was a space shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS) flown by Space Shuttle Discovery. The main purposes of the mission were to test new safety and repair techniques introduced following the Columbia disaster of February 2003 as well as to deliver supplies, equipment and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter from Germany to the ISS.

After two weather-related delays, the shuttle successfully launched on Tuesday, 4 July 2006 at 14:37:55 EDT. It was the first shuttle launch on the United States' Independence Day. The mission lasted for 13 days before landing at the Kennedy Space Center on 17 July 2006 at 09:14:43 EDT.

STS-121 was also designated the ISS Assembly Mission ULF 1.1. As the mission followed on from STS-114 in carrying out the recommendations made in response to the Columbia Accident Investigation Board report, it was considered a Return to Flight test mission. Its successful launch and landing led NASA to fully resume regular Space Shuttle launches in the construction of the ISS...

The shuttle was docked to the ISS for the majority of the flight. For much of the time the shuttle was at the ISS the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo was mated and accessible to the crew for the transfer of equipment, supplies, returned experiments and trash. Three spacewalks were carried out on the mission, the third was dependent on sufficient consumables being available and two alternate timelines were planned, with and without the final spacewalk. There were also additional "Get Ahead" tasks planned for the crew to do at the ISS if they found themselves with more time than planned, one such get ahead task was completed on EVA 2...

Michael Fossum and Piers Sellers performed a seven and a half hour space walk. They evaluated the use of the 50-foot (15 m) Orbital Boom Sensor System extension to the robotic arm as a work platform in case repairs are needed to the shuttle...

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