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 03.12.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
The Space Shuttle Columbia landed at Kennedy Space Center early Tuesday after a 10-day, 22-hour and 10-minute mission to upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 03.11.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
Columbia's crew packed up gear today and checked out the equipment needed for the shuttle's return to Earth, finding all systems ready for a landing at the Kennedy Space Center scheduled for 3:32 a.m. CST Tuesday.
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 03.10.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
After a day off and a good night's rest, the seven-member crew of Columbia will focus on the end of a mission featuring five successful spacewalks to upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 03.10.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
Leaving behind a better-than-new Hubble Space Telescope, the crew of Columbia had a well-deserved break today after a week spent overhauling and enhancing the orbiting observatory.
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 03.09.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
After five days of successful spacewalks to rejuvenate the Hubble Space Telescope, the crew of Columbia will enjoy a Sunday off.
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 03.09.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
“Good luck Mr. Hubble,” was the call from on board Columbia this morning as the newly rejuvenated telescope was released from the grasp of the shuttle’s robotic arm at 4:04 a.m. central time today.
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 03.08.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
Columbia's crew is preparing to bid a rejuvenated Hubble Space Telescope farewell following five days of spacewalks that have updated and enhanced the world's greatest observatory.
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 03.08.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia completed the last of its five ambitious spacewalks this morning with the successful installation of an experimental cooling system for Hubble’s Near-Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS).
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 03.07.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia will give Hubble a way to open one of its slumbering eyes during the fifth and final scheduled spacewalk of this mission.
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 03.07.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
Following today’s successful installation of the new Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) on the Hubble Space Telescope, scientists will be able to see farther into our universe and with greater clarity and speed than ever before.
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 03.06.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
With a new heart beating strong and new power generating arrays ready to convert sunlight into energy, the Hubble Space Telescope is poised for Columbia’s astronauts to improve its vision.
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 03.06.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
The Hubble Space Telescope received a new “heart” today during a 6 hour, 48 minute spacewalk by astronauts John Grunsfeld and Rick Linnehan.
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 03.05.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Columbia's crew is preparing tonight for the third space walk of the mission, a complex, seven-hour excursion that will include the unprecedented step of turning off the Hubble Space Telescope to replace the heart of its power system.
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 03.05.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
The crew of Columbia completed the second of five planned spacewalks this morning with the successful installation of a new port solar array and a new Reaction Wheel Assembly (RWA) on the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 03.04.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
Rested and ready for another day of spacewalking, the crew of the space shuttle Columbia was awakened at 7:53 p.m. by the children's song "Floating in the Bathtub," by Tonya Evetts Weimer.
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 03.04.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
The Hubble Space Telescope has a new starboard solar array after a seven hour-one minute long spacewalk by Columbia astronauts John Grunsfeld and Rick Linnehan.
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 03.03.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia awoke for its first spacewalking day in orbit to "Five Variations on Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star," performed by Jeno Jando.
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 03.03.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
The Hubble Space Telescope is secure in Columbia’s payload bay following its capture at 3:31 a.m. central time today, as the two spacecraft soared 350 miles above the Pacific Ocean southwest of the Mexican Coast.
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 03.02.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
To the theme of "Mission Impossible," Columbia's astronauts awakened this morning to the news that all systems are go for their mission, a week characterized as the most challenging flight ever to maintain and upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 03.02.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
As Columbia's crew completed preparations today for the capture of the Hubble Space Telescope, mission managers confirmed that a degraded shuttle cooling system will pose no problems for Columbia's flight.
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 03.01.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
The crew of Columbia was awakened for its first full day in space at 8:22 p.m. CST with the song “Blue Telescope” by John Hiatt.
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 03.01.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
Following Columbia’s on-time launch from the Kennedy Space Center this morning, flight controllers in Mission Control noticed a degraded flow rate in one of two freon cooling loops that help to dissipate heat from the orbiter.
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 03.01.02 - STS-109 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
With the Hubble Space Telescope orbiting high overhead, the shuttle Columbia lifted off this morning on a complex mission to replace and upgrade key telescope systems through five challenging spacewalks.
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