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 05.01.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #27
Endeavour and its crew of seven glided to a landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California today, touching down at 11:11 a.m. central time, concluding a successful mission to install a new-generation robotic arm on the International Space Station, and a journey of more than 4.9 million miles.
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 05.01.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #26
With the Kennedy Space Center reporting cloud cover, showers and gusty winds and with forecasters calling for more of the same for the rest of the week, flight controllers decided to bring Endeavour home to a landing at Edwards Air Force Base later today.
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 05.01.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #25
With the Kennedy Space Center reporting cloud cover, showers and gusty winds and with forecasters calling for more of the same today and tomorrow, flight controllers began focusing on bringing Endeavour home to a landing at Edwards Air Force Base later today.
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 04.30.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #24
Weather permitting, Endeavour and its crew of seven will return to the Kennedy Space Center tomorrow morning, concluding a successful mission to install a new-generation robotic arm on the International Space Station, and a journey of more than 4.8 million miles.
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 04.30.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
A replacement Soyuz spacecraft successfully docked to the International Space Station early Monday, providing the station crew with a new "lifeboat" should an unexpected return to Earth become necessary.
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 04.29.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
With a gentle push from springs in the docking module, Endeavour backed slowly away from the International Space Station at 12:34 p.m. Central time today, as the two spacecraft soared 240 miles over the South Pacific Ocean, east of Australia.
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 04.29.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
Endeavour's crew and the crew of the International Space Station will say farewell today, ending an eight-day visit by the shuttle that saw delivery a new robotic arm and more than six tons of supplies and equipment to the complex, including two scientific experiment racks for the U.S. laboratory Destiny.
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 04.28.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
A Canadian “handshake in space” occurred at 4:02 p.m Central time today, as the Canadian-built space station robotic arm – operated by Expedition Two crew member Susan Helms – transferred its launch cradle over to Endeavour’s robotic arm, with Canadian Space Agency astronaut Chris Hadfield at the controls.
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 04.28.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
The primary computer aboard the International Space Station continued to work well through the night, but flight controllers continued to encounter difficulties recovering the station's backup computers.
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 04.27.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
The Italian Space Agency-provided Raffaello logistics module, loaded with 1,600 pounds of material to be returned to Earth, was tucked securely in Endeavour’s payload bay at 3:58 p.m. Central time today as the International Space Station and shuttle flew high over the Pacific Ocean, north of Indonesia.
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 04.27.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
Flight controllers worked successfully overnight troubleshooting computer problems on board the International Space Station and plan to continue a recovery of full computer operations on the complex today.
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 04.26.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
As flight controllers continued to troubleshoot computer systems on board the International Space Station (ISS), the ten crewmembers were told late today they would spend some bonus time together, after mission managers requested an additional two days of docked operations to allow ground teams to recover the use of command computers in the Destiny laboratory and to complete joint activities.
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 04.26.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
Good news greeted space station flight controllers this morning when, shortly after awakening, Expedition Two flight engineer Susan Helms reported that the International Space Station computer systems may be returning to normal.
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 04.26.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
Good news greeted space station flight controllers this morning when, shortly after awakening, Expedition Two flight engineer Susan Helms reported that the International Space Station computer systems may be returning to normal.
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 04.25.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
Troubleshooting efforts designed to restore full capability to the International Space Station’s three redundant command and control computers continue in Mission Control, even as the 10 astronauts and cosmonauts on board the outpost worked together today to install new experiments in the Destiny laboratory.
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 04.25.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
The Station’s new robotic arm truly will extend the reach of humans in space today when it hands the 3,000-pound pallet delivering it to space to the shuttle’s robotic arm for transport back to Earth.
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 04.24.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Endeavour’s two space walkers -- Canadian Chris Hadfield and American Scott Parazynski-- worked as space-age electricians today, completing connections that allowed the new International Space Station robotic arm to operate from a new base on the outside of the Destiny science lab.
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 04.24.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
Unpacking a space-based moving van and taking a second walk in space is the order of business today for astronauts and cosmonauts orbiting in the International Space Station and aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour.
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 04.23.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
Two elements built by two countries adorn the International Space Station (ISS) tonight after Endeavour’s astronauts and the Station’s Expedition Two crew worked throughout the day to bring the complex one step closer to an independent robotic capability.
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 04.23.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
The 10 astronauts and cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station and the docked shuttle Endeavour are beginning a day that will see the first opening of hatches linking the two spacecraft.
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 04.22.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
Endeavour’s astronauts extended the reach of the International Space Station today, successfully installing a 57.7 foot long Canadian-built robotic arm.
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 04.22.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
Now docked to the International Space Station, Endeavour and its seven-member crew are preparing for the first of two planned spacewalks set to begin about 6:20 this morning to install the orbiting outpost’s Canadian built robotic arm.
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 04.21.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
With Commander Kent Rominger at the controls, Endeavour gently docked with the International Space Station this morning as the two spacecraft flew 243 miles over the southern Pacific Ocean, just southeast of New Zealand. Docking occurred at 8:59 a.m. central time.
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 04.21.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
Space Shuttle Endeavour and its seven crewmembers began rendezvous preparations shortly after 3 a.m. today, which should culminate in an 8:32 a.m. docking to the International Space Station, which will be northeast of Hong Kong at an altitude of 240 miles.
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 04.20.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
The day on orbit was one of preparations as Endeavour’s seven astronauts got ready for tomorrow morning’s scheduled arrival at the International Space Station, and Sunday’s planned space walk by Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield and Scott Parazynski.
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 04.20.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
The crew of the shuttle Endeavour worked this morning to prepare for its Saturday docking with the International Space Station and for the two planned spacewalks while there.
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 04.19.01 - STS-100 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
The Shuttle Endeavour lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center this afternoon, carrying a multi-national crew and a complex Canadian-built robotic arm to the International Space Station (ISS).
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