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 05.29.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
Atlantis' astronauts glided to a ghostly pre-dawn landing this morning at the Kennedy Space Center to wrap up a successful refurbishment and resupply mission to the International Space Station.
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 05.28.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
Atlantis' astronauts were awakened at 3:11 p.m. CDT this afternoon to make final preparations for their return to Earth following 10 days in space readying the International Space Station for future occupation.
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 05.28.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
The astronauts aboard Atlantis have packed their bags and checked out their spacecraft in preparation for a return home and a planned touchdown at 1:20 a.m. Central time Monday at the Kennedy Space Center.
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 05.27.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
With all major mission objectives successfully completed, Atlantis' crew turned its attention to a planned return trip home, with a landing scheduled for 1:20 a.m. Central time on Monday at the Kennedy Space Center.
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 05.27.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
Having departed a rejuvenated International Space Station last night, Atlantis' crew will now spend a day checking the shuttle's equipment and stowing away gear in preparation for the trip home, aiming for a 1:20 a.m. CDT landing on Monday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 05.26.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
With a gentle push, Atlantis and the International Space Station parted company this evening as the two spacecraft flew 237 miles over Kazakhstan concluding five days of work to prepare the outpost for its first resident crew.
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 05.26.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
With all of their mission's objectives met or exceeded, Atlantis' crew shut the doors to the International Space Station early this morning in preparation for bidding the rejuvenated outpost farewell this evening.
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 05.25.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
The seven STS-101 astronauts are spending their final full day docked to the International Space Station as they prepare for undocking Friday evening.
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 05.25.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
As their seventh day in space draws to a close this morning, the astronauts aboard Atlantis have virtually completed their maintenance work on the International Space Station, installing equipment that is planned to leave the space outpost in flawless condition.
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 05.24.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
STS-101 Commander Jim Halsell and his crew are continuing their efforts aboard the International Space Station as they begin their fourth day of docked operations.
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 05.24.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Atlantis' astronauts continued a smooth pace of work aboard the International Space Station today, breezing through tasks ranging from standard home maintenance such as replacing smoke detectors to successfully conducting the first in a series of orbital boosts for the outpost.
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 05.23.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
The STS-101 astronauts aboard Atlantis were awakened at 3:41 p.m. CDT to begin their sixth day in space and third day of docked operations with the International Space Station.
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 05.23.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
Atlantis' crew ventured into the International Space Station for the first time last night, finding the 35-ton outpost comfortable, clean and in overall good condition as they completed a series of maintenance tasks well ahead of schedule.
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 05.22.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
Atlantis' seven member crew was awakened just before 4 p.m. CDT to begin its fifth day in space and is now preparing to enter the International Space Station to perform maintenance work and transfer supplies for future station crews.
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 05.22.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
Astronauts Jim Voss and Jeff Williams spent over six hours outside the Space Shuttle Atlantis this morning, completing a variety of planned assembly and maintenance tasks on the International Space Station with ease.
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 05.21.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
The seven astronauts aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis were awakened at 4:11 p.m. CDT to the song “Lookin’ Out the Window” by Stevie Ray Vaughn and are now busy with preparations for tonight’s spacewalk which is scheduled to begin about 9:15 p.m. CDT.
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 05.21.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Flying five miles a second above the Ukraine, Commander Jim Halsell gently pulled the Shuttle Atlantis into port last night, flawlessly latching his 100-ton spacecraft to the 35-ton International Space Station for a five-day stay.
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 05.20.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
Atlantis' astronauts were awakened at 4:11 p.m. Central today to the song "Still Shining" by Bob Seger in honor of tonight's rendezvous with the International Space Station.
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 05.20.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
Atlantis' crew spent a smooth day in space checking equipment in preparation for upcoming activities: docking with the International Space Station late tonight; a spacewalk planned for late Sunday; and the transfer of over a ton of equipment to the station that will begin late Monday.
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 05.19.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
The crew of STS-101 was awakened just after 6 p.m. to Tom Petty's song "Free Fallin'," played for Mission Specialist Susan Helms.
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 05.19.00 - STS-101 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
With dawn's first light glimmering above, six American astronauts and one Russian cosmonaut blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center to pay a "home improvement" house call on the fledgling International Space Station.
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