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  SHUTTLE STATUS REPORTS
 
 04.19.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
Atlantis glided to a smooth touchdown today at the Kennedy Space Center, wrapping up a 4 and a half million mile mission to deliver a backbone truss structure to the International Space Station.
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 04.19.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
After traveling more than 4½ million miles on a successful International Space Station assembly mission that saw four spacewalks during installation of the first segment of the station's main truss, Atlantis is scheduled to land at the Kennedy Space Center today.
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 04.18.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
Atlantis’ astronauts tested out their ship’s systems today and packed their gear, aiming for an early afternoon landing at the Kennedy Space Center Friday to wrap up a 4 ½ million mile mission to deliver a huge backbone truss structure to the International Space Station.
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 04.18.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
Now separated from the International Space Station by about 85 statute miles and moving away at about 12 miles with each orbit of the Earth, Atlantis crewmembers turn their attention today to preparing for a return trip home.
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 04.17.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
Atlantis undocked from the International Space Station this afternoon, pulling away from the complex at 1:31 p.m. Central time as the two craft sailed over the north Atlantic Ocean at an altitude of 247 statute miles.
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 04.17.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
Atlantis will leave the International Space Station today after a successful mission to bring the centerpiece of the station’s main truss to the orbiting laboratory and four successful spacewalks to connect and outfit it.
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 04.16.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
Atlantis astronauts Jerry Ross and Lee Morin completed the outfitting of the new S-Zero (S0) truss on the International Space Station today during a 6 hour, 37 minute spacewalk, installing a ladder, testing electrical switches for upcoming truss expansion and attaching external lights and equipment to be used in future assembly work.
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 04.16.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
Shuttle astronauts Jerry Ross and Lee Morin will make the fourth and final spacewalk of the STS-110 mission of Atlantis today, stepping out of the International Space Station’s Quest airlock at 9:34 a.m.
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 04.15.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
The first railcar in space crept down the track of a newly installed truss structure at the International Space Station today, paving the way for the future use of the system on which the station’s robotic arm will be mounted to travel the full length of the complex.
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 04.15.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
The first space railroad car will get a trial run today, highballing along 26 feet of the track atop the International Space Station’s new S-Zero (S0) Truss at a maximum speed of one inch per second, or 100 yards an hour.
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 04.14.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
Two astronauts rewired the robotic arm on the International Space Station today and released locking bolts on the first space railcar during a 6 hour, 27 minute spacewalk, the third of Atlantis’ assembly flight to the international complex.
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 04.14.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
Outfitting of the newest component of the International Space Station continues today with the mission’s third spacewalk. Shuttle astronauts Steve Smith and Rex Walheim will continue installation work on the S-Zero (S0) Truss, now permanently attached to the station’s U.S. laboratory Destiny.
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 04.13.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Two grandfathers completed the structural attachment of the newest component of the International Space Station today, mating two large tripod legs of a 13 ½ ton truss to the station’s main laboratory during a 7 hour, 30 minute spacewalk.
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 04.13.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
Construction of the International Space Station continues today with the second of four scheduled spacewalks to install the S-Zero (S0) Truss segment.
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 04.12.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
The ten crewmembers of the Atlantis / International Space Station complex transferred experiments and supplies into their respective vehicles today as the latest addition to the station, the S-Zero (S0) Truss, continued to pass its initial checkouts with flying colors.
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 04.12.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
After successful installation of the S-Zero (S0) Truss and a spacewalk on Thursday, the focus of today’s activities will shift from external construction of the International Space Station to the transfer of equipment, supplies and experiments between the space shuttle Atlantis and the orbiting laboratory.
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 04.11.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
The expansion of the International Space Station continued today with the installation of the 13 1/2 ton S0 (S-Zero) truss segment on the orbital outpost.
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 04.11.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
Construction of a framework for expanded research begins today as the S-Zero (S0) truss segment is installed on the International Space Station.
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 04.10.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Atlantis gently docked with the International Space Station this morning over southern China, setting the stage for the installation of a 13 1/2 ton truss structure to the complex tomorrow and the ultimate expansion of the ISS to the length of a football fiel
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 04.10.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
Atlantis has closed the distance between it and the International Space Station to less than 1,800 statute miles, and is continuing its approach in anticipation of docking with the station at 11:06 a.m. central time today.
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 04.09.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
Working quietly but efficiently, Atlantis’ astronauts completed preparations today for Wednesday’s scheduled docking to the International Space Station, testing spacesuits, rendezvous tools and the shuttle’s robotic arm.
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 04.09.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
Gaining on the International Space Station by more than 1,000 statute miles each orbit, Atlantis’ crew is preparing for a Wednesday docking with the orbiting laboratory.
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 04.08.02 - STS-110 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
With the International Space Station and the Expedition Four crew orbiting high overhead, the shuttle Atlantis lifted off this afternoon on a complex mission to install a 43-foot long truss structure as the backbone for future expansion of the orbital outpost.
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