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 10.18.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
Space Shuttle Atlantis glided to a noontime landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida completing a 4.5 million mile journey to outfit the International Space Station with a new section of truss and supplies for the Expedition crew onboard.
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 10.18.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
After traveling more than 4.5 million miles, delivering the second segment of the International Space Station’s main truss and three successful spacewalks to hook it up, Atlantis is scheduled to land at the Kennedy Space Center today.
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 10.17.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
Activities aboard Atlantis today focused on preparations for Friday’s planned landing at the Kennedy Space Center, concluding a voyage of 4.5 million miles.
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 10.17.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
On its own again following yesterday's undocking from the International Space Station, Space Shuttle Atlantis and its crew today focuses on readying the orbiter for the return to Earth tomorrow at 10:44 a.m.
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 10.16.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
Following an emotional farewell, the crews of Atlantis and the International Space Station closed the hatches of their spacecraft concluding a week of joint operations, that saw the transfer of about 1,800 pounds of supplies and hardware to the station, and the addition of the 15 ton, 45-foot long Starboard One (S1) truss segment continuing the station's expansion.
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 10.16.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
With their week's worth of work completed, astronauts and cosmonauts aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station bid farewell to one another and closed the hatches in preparation for the shuttle's undocking scheduled for 8:13 this morning.
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 10.15.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
Space shuttle and International Space Station crew members enjoyed a final evening meal together Tuesday after a day of activities aimed at relaxing after a challenging week of joint operations and making final preparations for Atlantis' undocking and departure tomorrow.
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 10.15.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
Now that the outside work has been completed with the third spacewalk Monday, crewmembers aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station today turn their attention to the remaining inside work to be done prior to the shuttle's departure Wednesday from the ever growing orbital outpost.
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 10.14.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
The third and final spacewalk of the mission concluded at 3:47 p.m. today, 6 hours and 36 minutes after Dave Wolf and Piers Sellers floated out of the Quest airlock of the International Space Station and into the vacuum of space.
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 10.14.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
Another spacewalk is the order of business aboard Atlantis and the International Space Station today to complete the installation and checkout of the newly installed truss segment.
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 10.13.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
Astronauts and cosmonauts on board Atlantis and the International Space Station spent today transferring supplies and hardware, and preparing for Monday's third and final spacewalk of the mission.
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 10.13.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
The joint crews of Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station will transfer supplies and equipment between the two spacecraft today and also prepare for the final spacewalk of the mission.
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 10.12.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Astronauts Dave Wolf and Piers Sellers moved smoothly and ahead of schedule through their second spacewalk of the week today, continuing to bring the International Space Station's newest component to life and installing devices to prevent future difficulties with station cooling connections.
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 10.12.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
Focus of attention aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station once again is outside the complex as Astronauts Dave Wolf and Piers Sellers conduct the second of three planned spacewalks to bring the station's newest component – the Starboard 1 (S1) Truss – to life.
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 10.11.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
After a very busy day Thursday, the combined shuttle and space station crew took several hours of off-duty time today, and then began transfer operations between the vehicles and preparations for the second of the mission's three spacewalks scheduled to begin at 9:41 a.m. Saturday.
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 10.11.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
With a major milestone of the STS-112 mission behind them, Space Shuttle Atlantis and International Space Station crewmembers will have a quieter day today. Following some time off to relax, the joint crews later will begin transferring equipment and supplies to the orbiting laboratory.
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 10.10.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
Astronauts Dave Wolf and Piers Sellers completed all planned International Space Station assembly tasks today during a 7-hour, 1-minute spacewalk, an excursion focused on attaching the next segment of the station's backbone – the Starboard One (S1) Truss – to the Starboard Zero (S0) Truss.
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 10.10.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
The International Space Station is a construction site in orbit once again as Space Shuttle Atlantis and Expedition Five crewmembers today prepare to install the next segment of the station's backbone – the Starboard One (S1) Truss.
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 10.09.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
The crew of the International Space Station welcomed the first visitors to its home in space today when the hatch between the space station and the space shuttle Atlantis was opened at 11:51 a.m. CDT.
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 10.09.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
A rendezvous in space awaits Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station this morning with docking expected at 10:24 a.m. Central time.
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 10.08.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
After Monday's exciting launch, the STS-112 crew today settled into preparations for Wednesday's rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station, and the first of three spacewalks Thursday.
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 10.08.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
As Atlantis continues its pursuit of the International Space Station with docking planned at 10:24 a.m. Wednesday, crewmembers began a day of preparation for the linkup with the orbiting laboratory.
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 10.07.02 - STS-112 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
With hardware and the weather finally in order, Atlantis lifted off at 2:46 p.m. Central time today from Launch Pad 39-B at the Kennedy Space Center to deliver the 28,000 pound Starboard 1 (S1) truss segment to the International Space Station.
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