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 07.24.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #27
Atlantis and its crew of five glided to a landing at Kennedy Space Center late Tuesday, ending a 5.3-million-mile mission that saw successful installation of the International Space Station's new airlock Quest.
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 07.24.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #26
"Hold Back the Rain" by Duran Duran was the wakeup song for Atlantis crewmembers about 2:30 p.m. CDT Tuesday.
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 07.24.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #25
Atlantis and its crew of five will spend at least one more day in orbit, after the weather in Florida refused to permit landing Monday night on either of two opportunities to Kennedy Space Center.
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 07.23.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #24
Atlantis Commander Steve Lindsey, Pilot Charlie Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Janet Kavandi, Mike Gernhardt and Jim Reilly were awakened at 3:04 p.m. CDT to begin preparations for a return trip to Earth with a planned landing tonight at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 07.23.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
With the equipment used during the 10th International Space Station assembly mission securely stowed and all systems needed for landing checked out and ready to go, Atlantis’ crew went to bed at 7:04 a.m. CDT today.
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 07.22.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
Atlantis crewmembers, Commander Steve Lindsey, Pilot Charlie Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Janet Kavandi, Mike Gernhardt and Jim Reilly, will spend their day preparing the spacecraft for its return to Earth Monday night.
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 07.22.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
The crew of Atlantis took a spin around the International Space Station this morning after undocking on time at 11:54 p.m. CDT Saturday, some 240 miles above the coast of Newfoundland.
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 07.21.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
The crews of Atlantis and the International Space Station will bid one another farewell and close the hatches between the vehicles at about 9 p.m. on Saturday.
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 07.21.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
The first space walk to originate from the International Space Station’s new airlock, Quest, lasted 4 hours, 2 minutes, and established a higher degree of station independence in its own construction and maintenance.
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 07.20.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
Atlantis and International Space Station crewmembers will mark the 32nd anniversary of the first human steps on the moon tonight by completing another phase of station construction.
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 07.20.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
The two crews on board the International Space Station today completed checkout and activation of the new Quest airlock and conducted a dry run of the steps they will take before christening the newest station component.
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 07.19.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
The eight Atlantis and International Space Station crewmembers will start their day with a dry run of a spacewalk from the station's new Quest airlock, completing their testing and activation of the airlock.
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 07.19.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station complex successfully replaced a leaky air circulation valve and moved a hatch into position for the first space walk out of the new Quest airlock.
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 07.18.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
Atlantis and International Space Station crews will continue the activation of the station's new Quest airlock this evening. They also will replace a leaky valve in an Intermodule Ventilation (IMV) Assembly in the station's Unity node.
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 07.18.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
Six arms worked together outside the International Space Station again today to install supply tanks for the new joint airlock, accomplishing a bonus oxygen tank installation during a 6 hour, 29 minute space walk.
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 07.17.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
The combined crews of the Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station will focus their efforts tonight on the mission's second spacewalk.
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 07.17.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Shuttle and station crews set aside work on a leaky ventilation valve and pressed forward with activation of the new Quest airlock and a dry run of the steps they’ll use for the first space walk using the new station doorway to space.
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 07.16.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
The shuttle and station crews will spend today continuing to set up and test the newly attached Quest station airlock, troubleshooting a suspected leaky ventilation valve, and preparing for the mission’s second and third space walks, planned for Tuesday and Thursday evening.
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 07.16.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
Utilities for the International Space Station’s newest addition were hooked up today as the Expedition Two and Atlantis crews prepared the station’s new airlock, named Quest, for its first use later in the week.
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 07.15.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
The five-member crew of Atlantis will spend its fifth day in space working with the Expedition Two crew aboard the International Space Station to continue the activation of the station's new airlock, named Quest.
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 07.15.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
The International Space Station received a new airlock early Sunday, an addition that will permit spacewalks without a space shuttle docked to the station.
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 07.14.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
The five-member crew of Atlantis will spend today working in concert with the Expedition Two crew aboard the International Space Station to install the station’s new airlock – Quest.
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 07.14.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Atlantis Commander Steve Lindsey smoothly docked the space shuttle with the International Space Station late Friday about 240 statute miles above the northeastern coast of South America.
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 07.13.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
The crew of the Space Shuttle Atlantis was awakened at 3:04 p.m. CDT to the song “God of Wonders” by the group Caedmon’s Call.
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 07.13.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
The crew of the Space Shuttle Atlantis spent its first full day in space closing in on the International Space Station and testing the space suits and other equipment that will be used later in the mission to install a new station airlock.
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 07.12.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
The five-member crew of the Space Shuttle Atlantis awoke to its first full day in space at 5:38 p.m. The crew was awakened by the song “Wallace Courts Murron” from the movie “Braveheart.”.
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 07.12.01 - STS-104 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
The Space Shuttle Atlantis lifted off on time this morning at 4:04 a.m. Central from the Kennedy Space Center, FL, and, after a smooth climb to orbit, is now en route to deliver a new doorway to space to the International Space Station later this week.
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