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 10.24.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 28
Discovery glided to a textbook landing under sunny skies at Edwards Air Force Base in California on Tuesday, completing a successful mission to the International Space Station.
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 11.24.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 27
Awakened to the sounds of “Déjà vu” by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Commander Brian Duffy advised Mission Control that he and his crew knew what they’d be doing today and hoped to see everyone on the ground soon.
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 10.23.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 26
Discovery's astronauts will remain in space another day after rains near Edwards Air Force Base prevented landing on either of two opportunities at the California site.
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 10.23.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 25
After an additional day in space, Space Shuttle Discovery and the seven-member STS-92 crew are scheduled to return to Earth later today, weather conditions permitting.
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 10.22.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 24
Discovery's astronauts prepared for a Monday landing after high crosswinds at Kennedy Space Center caused a delay of at least one day in their return to Earth and the end of their successful mission to expand the International Space Station and ready it for its first crew.
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 10.22.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 23
Discovery’s astronauts will remain in space at least one more day as high winds at the landing site forestalled today’s return to the Kennedy Space Center.
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 10.22.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 22
The STS-92 astronauts aboard Space Shuttle Discovery are preparing for their return to Earth with a planned touchdown on the 3-mile long Shuttle Landing Facility runway at the Kennedy Space Center at 1:14 p.m. CDT, weather permitting.
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 10.21.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 21
Discovery's seven astronauts tested reaction control system thrusters that will properly orient the spacecraft as it begins its descent toward a landing scheduled for 1:14 p.m. CDT Sunday at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 10.21.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 20
Following their departure from the International Space Station yesterday morning, Discovery’s seven astronauts will now spend a day stowing equipment and checking the Space Shuttle systems that support re-entry and landing in preparation for a return to Kennedy Space Center on Sunday afternoon.
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 10.20.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 19
Discovery astronauts undocked from the International Space Station Friday after a successful 6-day, 21-hour and 23-minute visit that saw addition of two major elements to the station and four consecutive days of spacewalks to complete those elements' linkup to the orbiting laboratory.
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 10.20.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 18
STS-92 Commander Brian Duffy and his crew were awakened at 5:18 a.m. CDT and will shortly move into final preparations for their undocking from the International Space Station later this morning.
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 10.19.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 17
The action shifted back inside the International Space Station on Thursday, as Discovery astronauts completed connections for the newly installed Z1 external framework structure and transferred equipment and supplies for the first resident crew of the Station, the Expedition One crew, scheduled to arrive early next month.
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 10.19.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 16
Following four consecutive days of on-orbit construction outside the International Space Station, Discovery’s astronauts today will work inside the Unity and Zarya modules, completing some final connections for the new Z1 Truss and transferring equipment for use by the first resident crew, slated to arrive early next month.
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 10.18.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 15
Mission Specialists Jeff Wisoff and Mike Lopez-Alegria each jetted slowly through space above Discovery's cargo bay today, demonstrating a small rescue backpack that could help a drifting astronaut regain the safety of the spacecraft.
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 10.18.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 14
Mission Specialists Jeff Wisoff and Mike Lopez-Alegria will team up once again today to conduct the final of four consecutive space walks designed to set the stage for the arrival of the first resident crew next month and the future expansion of the International Space Station.
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 10.17.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 13
Mission Specialists Leroy Chiao and Bill McArthur completed the third successful spacewalk of Discovery's STS-92 mission at 4:18 p.m. CDT Tuesday, installing two DC-to-DC converter units atop the International Space Station's new Z1 Truss.
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 10.17.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 12
Mission Specialists Leroy Chiao and Bill McArthur will team up once again today to conduct the third scheduled space walk of this mission, setting the stage for future on-orbit construction and the arrival of the Expedition 1 crew in November.
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 10.16.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 11
Discovery astronauts Jeff Wisoff and Mike Lopez-Alegria successfully completed the second of STS-92’s four scheduled spacewalks on Monday, attaching an additional docking port to the growing International Space Station.
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 10.16.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 10
With the first of four consecutive space walks behind them, Discovery’s crew turns its attention to today’s scheduled on-orbit construction activities by Mission Specialists Jeff Wisoff and Mike Lopez-Alegria
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 10.15.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 9
A key structural element for the International Space Station is now electrically connected to the rest of the station and important communications equipment set up after today's successful space walk by astronauts Leroy Chiao and Bill McArthur.
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 10.15.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
Two of Discovery's astronauts will continue outfitting the most recent addition to the International Space Station during a scheduled 6 ½-hour space walk today.
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 10.14.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
The crew of Discovery added nine tons of critical equipment to the International Space Station today, attaching a framework that holds motion control gyroscopes and communications equipment and that will serve as a support for a giant set of solar arrays to be launched on the next Space Shuttle flight.
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 10.14.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
Discovery’s crew is set to install the first of two major components that it carried to the Space Station today – a unique piece of hardware called the Z1 truss.
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 10.13.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Commander Brian Duffy gently maneuvered the Space Shuttle Discovery to a flawless docking with the 70-ton International Space Station this afternoon as the two craft flew 240 miles above Russia.
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 10.13.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
Discovery’s astronauts were awakened this morning in preparation for their rendezvous and docking to the International Space Station after an extra hour of sleep to the sounds of “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”, by Cyndi Lauper.
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 10.12.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
The seven crew members aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery spent their first full day in orbit today checking equipment in preparation for the major events to come: docking with the International Space Station on Friday and, in following days, attaching an exterior framework and additional Shuttle docking port to the orbiting outpost.
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 10.12.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
Space Shuttle Discovery continues its approach to the International Space Station, trailing the orbital outpost by approximately 5500 nautical miles as of this morning, closing by about 600 nautical miles each orbit.
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 10.11.00 - STS-92 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
Discovery’s seven astronauts blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center on the 100th mission in Space Shuttle history tonight to deliver the first external framework structure and a new docking port to the International Space Station.
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