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  STATION STATUS
 
 03.21.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 27
After a surprising turnaround in the Florida weather, Discovery’s astronauts -- and the first International Space Station residents -- returned home to Kennedy Space Center at 1:31 a.m. CST Wednesday.
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 03.20.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 26
Discovery’s astronauts were awakened at 3:42 p.m. Central time today to begin preparing for a landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Fla. later this evening.
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 03.20.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 25
All of Discovery’s systems are checked out for landing, with Commander Jim Wetherbee and his team ready to escort home the first International Space Station expedition crew late Tuesday.
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 03.19.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 24
Moving ever further from the International Space Station, Discovery's crew is now focused on a return home with a landing at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida, late Tuesday.
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 03.19.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 23
The Space Shuttle Discovery undocked from the International Space Station at 10:32 p.m. CST Sunday, leaving the second station crew to get settled in and begin in earnest the research planned aboard the orbiting laboratory.
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 03.18.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 22
Discovery’s crew – including the first crew of the International Space Station now returning home after four and a half months in orbit – bids farewell to the second station crew tonight, undocking the shuttle from the outpost and preparing for a return to Earth Tuesday.
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 03.18.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 21
Carrying nearly one ton of trash and excess equipment, along with personal items belonging to the returning Expedition One crew, the Leonardo cargo carrier was detached from its port on the International Space Station early this morning and gently placed back in Discovery’s payload bay by Mission Specialist Andy Thomas.
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 03.17.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 20
With their time together drawing to a close, the crews of Discovery and the International Space Station today plan to detach the Leonardo cargo module from the station and latch it back aboard the shuttle for return to Earth.
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 03.17.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 19
The crews of Discovery and the International Space Station spent their day carefully packing the Leonardo cargo transfer module and reboosting the station’s orbit.
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 03.16.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 18
The crews of Discovery and the International Space Station will spend a final full day today packing the Leonardo cargo module on the station before they detach Leonardo from the complex Saturday night and secure it in the Shuttle payload bay for the trip home.
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 03.16.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 17
The crews of Discovery and the International Space Station welcomed the addition of another day orbiting the Earth in tandem as they continued to pack for the trip home. Discovery’s return will mark the homecoming of the first resident space station crew.
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 03.15.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 16
The 10 astronauts and cosmonauts aboard Discovery and the International Space Station will spend another day docked to the orbiting science outpost to pack for the trip home.
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 03.15.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 15
Aboard the International Space Station today, astronauts and cosmonauts assembled and partially activated a key piece of construction equipment – the control station for a 58-foot-long robot arm that will be delivered to the station next month.
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 03.14.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 14
The crew of Discovery and the International Space Station will begin packing for the trip home today, having virtually completed unloading almost five tons of equipment and experiments brought by the shuttle.
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 03.14.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 13
The first crew exchange aboard the International Space Station is complete now that Susan Helms has moved her custom-fitted Soyuz seat liner into the Russian return vehicle about midnight CST today.
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 03.13.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 12
Ahead of schedule in their work and with a growing record of success, the astronauts and cosmonauts of Discovery and the International Space Station will spend today finalizing the swap of crew members aboard the orbiting science complex and continuing to unload supplies.
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 03.13.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 11
Astronauts Paul Richards and Andy Thomas spent six and a half hours outside the International Space Station this morning, continuing work to outfit the station and prepare for delivery of its own robotic arm next month.
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 03.12.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 10
Aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station tonight, crews are preparing for a day of unloading and installing equipment both inside and outside the two spacecraft.
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 03.12.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 9
Leonardo, the first of three logistics modules developed and built by the Italian Space Agency, was affixed to a berthing port on Unity overnight as mission specialist Andy Thomas carefully maneuvered it into place at 12:02 CST a.m. today.
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 03.11.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
The crews of Discovery and the International Space Station will join forces again today as hatches between the spacecraft are reopened, a change of shift aboard the science outpost continues, and a cargo carrier is attached to the complex.
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 03.11.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
STS-102 Mission Specialists Susan Helms and Jim Voss donned space suits and stepped outside Discovery late last night to prepare one of the International Space Station’s berthing ports for the Leonardo transfer module.
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 04.10.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
With an exchange of space station crew members already under way, Discovery’s crew turns its attention to continuing assembly of the orbital outpost, conducting a space walk set to begin just before 11 p.m., or earlier, to reposition a docking port and installing gear in preparation for the arrival of the station’s Canadian-built robotic arm next month.
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 03.10.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Commander Jim Wetherbee waited patiently as International Space Station controllers locked solar arrays in place before he steered the Space Shuttle Discovery to a 12:38 a.m. CST Saturday docking.
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 03.09.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
With the International Space Station 300 miles ahead, the crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery awoke this afternoon to begin a third day in space, a day that will bring a new crew to the growing International Space Station.
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 03.09.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
Discovery continues its pursuit of the International Space Station, currently trailing the outpost by 3,520 miles and closing that distance at the rate of about 660 miles with every orbit of the Earth.
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 03.08.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
Space Shuttle Discovery continues to close in on the International Space Station following Thursday morning’s flawless launch from the Kennedy Space Center. Docking is scheduled for 11:36 Friday night.
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 03.08.01 - STS-102 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
Shuttle Discovery blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center at sunrise this morning to deliver a new resident crew to the International Space Station (ISS) as the third shuttle mission in less than four months began in flawless fashion.
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