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 08.22.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #25
Discovery touched down at the Kennedy Space Center today at 1:23 p.m. concluding a successful mission to carry new residents to the International Space Station and return the Expedition Two crew following 167 days in space.
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 08.22.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #24
With crewmembers aboard Discovery ready for their return to Earth, the new Expedition Three crew aboard the International Space Station prepared for the arrival of a Progress resupply vehicle early tomorrow morning.
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 08.21.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
With its systems checked out in excellent shape, Space Shuttle Discovery with its seven-person crew that includes the Expedition Two crew, is set to return home at 11:46 a.m. Central time to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, wrapping up a five and a half month stay on the International Space Station.
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 08.21.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
With Discovery 500 miles ahead of the International Space Station, and increasing that distance by more than 50 miles with each orbit of the Earth, the STS-105 and returning Expedition Two crewmembers are preparing for a Wednesday landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 08.20.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
Discovery’s astronauts, now consisting of the Expedition Two crew, bid farewell to the International Space Station and the Expedition Three crew and undocked from the complex at 9:52 a.m. CDT Monday after more than a week of joint operations.
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 08.20.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
Crewmembers aboard Discovery and the International Space Station are spending their final hours together on a day that will see them bid farewell to one another, close hatches between the spacecraft, undock and separate to enable the new resident Expedition Three crew to begin a stay of about four months aboard the station.
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 08.19.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
With its job completed for the mission, the Leonardo cargo module packed with more than 3,000 pounds of return hardware was safely tucked back aboard Discovery this afternoon.
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 08.19.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
The ten astronauts and cosmonauts aboard Discovery and the International Space Station have started a day that will see the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo removed from the Unity node of the station and reberthed in the shuttle's cargo bay for the trip home.
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 08.18.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
Astronauts Dan Barry and Pat Forrester successfully strung two 45-foot heater cables and installed handrails down both sides of the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station today during a 5 hour, 29 minute spacewalk, setting the stage for the delivery of a large truss structure to the complex next year.
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 08.18.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
Discovery astronauts Dan Barry and Pat Forrester will perform the second space walk of the STS-105 mission today, hooking up heating cables and installing handrails on the International Space Station's Destiny Laboratory in advance of the arrival of a large truss structure at the complex next year.
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 08.17.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
While Discovery’s astronauts looked on, the Expedition Two crew ceremoniously handed command of the International Space Station to its Expedition Three replacements.
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 08.17.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
The ten astronauts and cosmonauts aboard Discovery and the International Space Station will focus on transfer activities today, continuing to place equipment, discarded items and belongings of the Expedition Two crew aboard the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo for return to Earth.
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 08.16.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
Astronauts Dan Barry and Pat Forrester completed the first of two planned space walks during Discovery’s voyage to the International Space Station.
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 08.16.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
On the 1000th day since the launch of the first module of the International Space Station, Discovery's astronauts were awakened shortly after 4 a.m. Central time to the sounds of "The Marvelous Toy" by Tom Paxton for Mission Specialist Dan Barry from his wife.
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 08.15.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
The hatches swung closed between Discovery and the International Space Station at 4:52 this afternoon Central time so that the shuttle’s cabin pressure could be lowered in preparation for a space walk Thursday by Dan Barry and Pat Forrester.
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 08.15.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
Discovery's astronauts were awakened shortly after 4 a.m. Central time to the sounds of "Big Boy Toys", a country and western tune by Aaron Tippin, selected for Pilot Rick Sturckow by his wife.
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 08.14.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
By mid afternoon, the entire contents of the Leonardo logistics module had been temporarily stowed aboard the International Space Station as the Expedition Three crew continued to learn about life on the orbiting complex.
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 08.14.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
Discovery's crewmembers, including their new Expedition Two crewmates from the International Space Station, were awakened at 4:10 a.m. Central time to the theme from the movie, "Arthur", to begin a day highlighted by the transfer of equipment and supplies to the station from Discovery and from the pressurized cargo carrier the shuttle brought into space.
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 08.13.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
The International Space Station’s third resident crew officially took control of the complex at 2:15 p.m. CDT today, when confirmation was given by the new station commander that all transfer activities associated with the custom-made Soyuz capsule seat liners had been completed and leak checks on their Russian Sokol space suits was verified.
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 08.13.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
The crewmembers aboard the Discovery / International Space Station complex were awakened shortly before 4:30 a.m. Central time today to the sounds of the overture from "The Barber of Seville" by Rossini, a tribute to Expedition Three Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin, who along with Commander Frank Culbertson and Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov, will move over to the ISS today to take up residency.
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 08.12.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
New residents arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) today following a flawless docking of Discovery to the orbital outpost to relieve a trio of space travelers who have lived and worked on the complex since March.
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 08.12.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
The crew of Discovery, trailing the International Space Station by less than 2,000 statute miles, was awakened at 5:10 a.m. Central time to the sounds of "The White Eagle," a traditional Russian folk song played for Expedition Three Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov.
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 08.11.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
The seven crewmembers aboard Discovery, including the future residents of the International Space Station (ISS), spent their first full day in orbit today preparing for their arrival tomorrow at the orbital outpost.
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 08.11.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
The seven crewmembers aboard Discovery were awakened shortly after 7 a.m. Saturday for their first full day in space, a day of pursuit and preparation for a Sunday rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station (ISS).
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 08.10.01 - STS-105 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
After a one-day delay because of weather, Space Shuttle Discovery blasted off this afternoon, carrying a crew of four and three new residents to the International Space Station.
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