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 12.15.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 27
NASA's final Shuttle mission of 1998 came to an end this evening with the landing of Space Shuttle Endeavour at Kennedy Space Center.
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 12.15.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 26
Endeavour’s astronauts awoke to the sounds of Richard Wagner’s "Ride of the Valkyries" today, and are now preparing for a return trip to Earth.
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 12.15.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 25
Endeavour's astronauts wrapped up their mission objectives and packed up their ship, ready for a landing late tonight at Kennedy Space Center and the end of the first mission to assemble the International Space Station.
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 12.14.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 24
Endeavour's crew awoke to the sounds of James Brown's "I Got You (I Feel Good)," today, in honor of the good feelings evoked by this successful first International Space Station Assembly mission.
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 12.13.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 23
Endeavour's astronauts bid farewell to the International Space Station this afternoon, undocking from the new complex which will fly unpiloted for the next five months until the next shuttle assembly flight in May 1999.
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 12.13.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 22
For the first time ever, the new International Space Station Flight Control Room in Houston issued a wake-up call to orbiting astronauts.
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 12.13.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 21
Endeavour's astronauts completed the first assembly work of the International Space Station on Saturday, securing tools, tethers and cables to the new outpost and freeing a second jammed antenna on Zarya during a 6-hour, 59-minute space walk.
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 12.12.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 20
Endeavour’s astronauts awoke at 10:36 a.m. CST today, to the sounds of Elvis Presley’s "Hound Dog," and began preparing for the third and final scheduled space walk of the mission.
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 12.11.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 19
Endeavour's astronauts wrapped up the first visit inside the International Space Station and prepared it for undocking, closing the hatches for the final time to the new complex before it is left to fly unpiloted for the next five months on Sunday.
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 12.11.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 18
Endeavour’s crew was awakened at 10:36 a.m. CST today to continue their work of preparing the International Space Station for future crews.
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 12.11.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 17
Endeavour’s astronauts opened the new International Space Station for business Thursday, entering the Unity and Zarya modules for the first time and establishing an S-band communications system that will enable U.S. flight controllers to monitor the outpost’s systems.
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 12.10.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 16
Endeavour's six astronauts awoke at 10:41 a.m. CST today and are preparing for a historic day - entry into the International Space Station for the first time.
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 12.10.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 15
Endeavour’s astronauts installed antennas for an International Space Station communications system and helped free a jammed antenna on the station’s Russian module, achieving all the objectives planned for the seven-hour space walk.
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 12.09.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 14
After enjoying a half day of rest yesterday, Endeavour’s crew was awakened at 10:36 a.m. Central time to begin preparations for a second spacewalk.
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 12.09.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 13
Endeavour’s astronauts boosted the fledgling International Space Station to a higher altitude Tuesday and had a chance to relax for a few hours as the first station assembly flight neared the halfway mark.
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 12.08.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 12
At the request of Commander Bob Cabana, Mission Control delayed Endeavour’s wake-up call by one-half hour today, waking the crew at 12:06 p.m. CST, after the astronauts remained up past their scheduled sleep time to enjoy the view and relax following a very busy and successful day yesterday.
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 12.08.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 11
The first U.S. segment of the International Space Station came to life Monday night as the Unity module was activated for the first time.
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 12.07.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 10
Following a wake-up call from Mission Control at 11:41 a.m. CST today, Endeavour’s six astronauts began preparing for the first of three scheduled space walks.
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 12.07.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 9
Endeavour’s astronauts continued the assembly of the International Space Station late Sunday, mating the Russian-built Zarya control module with the U.S.-built Unity connecting module in the shuttle’s cargo bay following a flawless rendezvous and grapple of Zarya.
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 12.06.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
Endeavour’s crew awoke at 10:36 a.m. CST today to begin the orbital assembly of the International Space Station, uniting the first two station modules, Zarya and Unity.
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 12.06.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
Astronaut Nancy Currie gently mated the 12.8-ton Unity connecting module to Endeavour’s docking system late Saturday afternoon, successfully completing the first task in assembling the new International Space Station.
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 11.22.97 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
Endeavour's astronauts were awakened at 1:36 p.m. Central time today to begin in earnest preparations for on-orbit assembly of the International Space Station.
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 12.05.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Endeavour’s astronauts began an eight-hour sleep period at 5:36 a.m. Central time following a full night of activity in which they checked out equipment that will be used in the assembly of the first two components of the International Space Station.
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 12.04.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
STS-88 Commander Bob Cabana and his crew received their first wake up call from Mission Control this afternoon at 3:36 p.m. CST to begin their first full day of on orbit activities.
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 12.04.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
Endeavour’s six astronauts wrapped up their first day in space a bit later than planned, at approximately 8:21 a.m. Central time today, when they began an abbreviated sleep period.
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 12.04.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
Five Americans and one Russian set off to begin building the International Space Station at 2:36 a.m. CST today, launching from Kennedy Space Center with the first American-built component of the station -- a connecting module named Unity -- in the Space Shuttle Endeavour's cargo bay.
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 12.03.98 - STS-88 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
The first International Space Station assembly mission was postponed for 24 hours when time ran out on today's launch window -- just as flight controllers had cleared the Space Shuttle Endeavour for liftoff
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