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 11.07.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
Discovery’s astronauts glided to a smooth landing at the Kennedy Space Center today to wrap up a nine-day, 3.6 million mile mission which marked the return of John Glenn to orbit and saw the crew members successfully conduct more than 80 scientific experiments.
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 11.07.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
The seven astronauts aboard Space Shuttle Discovery were awakened at 3:09 a.m. this morning to make final preparations for their return to Earth later this morning.
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 11.06.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
Discovery’s seven-member crew Friday packed up and prepared for the trip home Saturday with a landing planned for mid-day at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 11.06.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
Discovery’s astronauts were awakened at 3:40 a.m. Central time this morning to begin their final full day in orbit and make preparations to assure that Discovery is ready for entry and landing.
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 11.05.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
Some of the 80-plus experiments aboard Discovery were being wrapped up today as the end of the STS-95 mission approaches.
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 11.05.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
The Moody Blues awakened Discovery’s seven astronauts at 4:15 a.m. Central time this morning for their eighth day of on-orbit science activities.
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 11.04.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
The seventh day in orbit for Space Shuttle Discovery and its seven-member astronaut crew was packed with ongoing science operations.
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 11.04.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
Music from Japan awakened Discovery’s astronauts at 4:50 a.m. Central time this morning.
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 11.03.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
The SPARTAN satellite was captured and returned to its berth this afternoon, successfully completing its two-day solar science mission.
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 11.03.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
Discovery’s astronauts began the second half of their flight at 5:25 a.m. Central time this morning to the sounds of Stevie Ray Vaughn’s "If the House is A-Rockin," in honor of Mission Specialist Steve Robinson.
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 11.02.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
Discovery’s crew took a few hours break from the continuous pace of research activity on board today, a standard rest period for the crew that is planned during longer shuttle flights.
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 11.02.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
Discovery’s astronauts were awakened at 6 a.m. Central time this morning by Andy Williams’ rendition of the 1962 Academy Award winning song, "Moon River." Annie Glenn requested the song as a tribute to the longstanding friendship between Williams and her husband, Payload Specialist John Glenn.
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 11.01.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
Discovery’s crew released a second satellite today, a telescope package that will fly free of the Shuttle for two days to study the sun and the solar wind in a research effort that may help scientists better understand a phenomenon that sometimes can cause widespread disruptions of communications and power supplies on Earth.
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 11.01.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
Chris Rice's "Hallelujahs" awakened Discovery's seven astronauts at 6:35 a.m. Central time today to begin their fourth day of science activities.
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 10.31.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
Discovery’s crew spent much of the last half of today in preparation for tomorrow’s planned release of the Spartan solar science satellite, checking out the tools and equipment that will be used during the release and separation from the satellite.
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 10.31.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Medical studies will be conducted throughout the day as the astronauts explore ways the human body changes in weightlessness and how those changes compare with those that occur as part of the natural aging process on Earth.
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 10.30.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
Discovery’s crew moved through a steady pace of experiments during the Shuttle’s first full day in orbit, releasing a miniature telecommunications satellite and conducting a variety of medical and material research.
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 10.30.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
Discovery's astronauts will spend their first full day in space supporting wide-ranging activities, from releasing a small communications satellite to studying the behavior of materials at an atomic level.
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 10.30.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
The crew of Discovery sailed through an opening day in orbit this afternoon, staying ahead of schedule for the most part as they prepared the spacecraft and a slate of more than 80 experiments for nine days in orbit.
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 10.29.98 - STS-95 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
The Shuttle Discovery blasted off into a cloudless sky today at 1:19 p.m. Central time from the Kennedy Space Center to kick off a planned nine-day scientific research mission and to return John Glenn to space, 36 years, 8 months and nine days after he became the first American to orbit the Earth.
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