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 09.20.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #25
Atlantis and its seven astronauts swooped to a predawn landing at the Kennedy Space Center Wednesday, wrapping up a mission to prepare the initial living quarters of the International Space Station for its first residents.
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 09.19.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #24
The STS-106 astronauts aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis are preparing for their return to Earth with a planned predawn touchdown on the 3-mile long Shuttle Landing Facility runway at the Kennedy Space Center at 2:56 a.m. CDT Wednesday.
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 09.19.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
Atlantis' crew turned its attention to checking shuttle systems and packing up equipment for the return home scheduled for 2:56 a.m. CDT, Wednesday back at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 09.18.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
Having departed the 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 2:56 a.m. CDT landing on Wednesday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 09.18.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
Atlantis’ seven astronauts and cosmonauts successfully undocked from the International Space Station after accomplishing all mission objectives in outfitting the station for the first resident crew.
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 09.17.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
Following a successful week of docked operations, the seven astronauts aboard Shuttle Atlantis will depart the International Space Station later this evening, leaving behind the more than three tons (6,600 pounds) of supplies and equipment that was transferred to the orbiting facility.
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 09.17.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
The seven STS-106 astronauts and cosmonauts turned out the lights and closed the doors on a new home in space today after spending a week working as movers, cleaners, plumbers, electricians and cable installers.
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 09.16.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
STS-106 Mission Commander Terry Wilcutt and his crew were awakened at 6:46 p.m. Central to begin their final full day of docked operations with the International Space Station.
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 09.16.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
In the final hours of docked operations between Atlantis and the International Space Station the seven member crew continued transferring supplies and equipment, including an exercise treadmill, for use by the first resident crew later this year.
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 09.15.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
With one full day of docked operations remaining to complete its work on the International Space Station (ISS), the seven-member crew of Space Shuttle Atlantis continued setting up equipment for the station's first inhabitants.
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 09.15.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
The International Space Station got another boost overnight, as STS-106 Commander Terry Wilcutt and Pilot Scott Altman executed another hour-long series of thruster firings designed to raise the station’s orbit by several more miles.
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 09.14.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
The seven astronauts aboard the Atlantis-International Space Station will soon resume their transfer activities as they start their 5th day of docked operations inside the orbiting facility.
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 09.14.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station earlier today completed final electrical installations in both the Zvezda and Zarya modules and transferred another station-based experiment to demonstrate control technologies to suppress unwanted vibrations.
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 09.13.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
The STS-106 astronauts aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis were awakened just before 7 p.m. Central to begin another day of electrical work and transfer activities as they near the halfway point of docked operations with the International Space Station.
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 09.13.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Electrical work was the hallmark of the day as four of the mission specialists aboard Atlantis and the International Space Station replaced batteries inside the Zarya and Zvezda modules while supply transfer continued around them.
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 09.12.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
Just before Commander Terry Wilcutt and his crew went to bed earlier today, Mission Control radioed up the news that mission managers had given their approval to an additional day of docked operations for Atlantis’ crew and their efforts aboard the International Space Station.
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 09.12.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
The crew of Atlantis opened the doors to a spacious new home on orbit late Monday and began the work of outfitting the interior of the International Space Station.
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 09.11.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
STS-106 Commander Terry Wilcutt along with Pilot Scott Altman and Mission Specialists Ed Lu, Rick Mastracchio, Dan Burbank, Yuri Malenchenko and Boris Morukov were awakened at 6:46 p.m. this evening to begin their third day of docked operations.
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 09.11.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
Astronaut Ed Lu and cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko took a 6 hour, 14 minute walk outside the shuttle this morning to complete final connections between the International Space Station's newest module, Zvezda and its first component, Zarya.
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 09.10.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
The seven member STS-106 crew was awakened just before 7 p.m. CDT to begin its fourth day of orbital activities and its first full day of docked operations with the International Space Station.
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 09.10.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Commander Terry Wilcutt steered Space Shuttle Atlantis to a smooth link-up with the International Space Station at 12:51 a.m. CDT Sunday, setting the stage for six days of outfitting to make the orbiting outpost ready for its first residents in early November.
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 09.09.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
STS-106 Mission Commander Terry Wilcutt along with his crew, Pilot Scott Altman and Mission Specialists Ed Lu, Rick Mastracchio, Dan Burbank, Yuri Malenchenko and Boris Morukov, were awakened at 5:46 p.m. CDT today.
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 09.09.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
Their first full day in space was a busy one for the astronauts and cosmonauts aboard Atlantis as they moved ever closer to an early Sunday morning linkup with the International Space Station.
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 09.08.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
After a flawless launch at 7:46 this morning, the Space Shuttle Atlantis began its 6600-statute-mile orbital chase to catch the International Space Station where the crew will undertake a full menu of outfitting tasks to prepare the station for its permanent crew.
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 09.08.00 - STS-106 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
Space Shuttle Atlantis rocketed into space at 7:46 this morning and is on course to rendezvous and dock with the International Space Station shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday.
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