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 02.20.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #27
Atlantis' astronauts glided to a belated but textbook touchdown at Edwards Air Force Base, California today, wrapping up a 5.3 million mile mission to deliver the U.S. Laboratory Destiny to the International Space Station (ISS).
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 02.20.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #26
Atlantis' astronauts are hoping that the third time will be the charm today as an improving weather forecast at the Kennedy Space Center holds hope for the Shuttle's return to the Florida spaceport following two consecutive days of weather related wave-offs.
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 02.19.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #25
For the second day in a row, Atlantis’ astronauts were foiled in their attempt to land at the Kennedy Space Center by high winds which caused another 24-hour delay in their homecoming until Tuesday.
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 02.19.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #24
After an extra day in orbit, Atlantis' astronauts will try again to return to the Kennedy Space Center today to wrap up a 4.9 million mile mission to deliver the U.S. Laboratory Destiny to the International Space Station (ISS).
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 02.18.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #23
Atlantis' homecoming was delayed today until Monday as gusty winds at the Kennedy Space Center forced a waveoff of the Shuttle's landing at the Florida spaceport.
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 02.18.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #22
Atlantis' astronauts were awakened just before 4 a.m. Central time Sunday, ready for a homecoming to the Kennedy Space Center later today, weather permitting.
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 02.17.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #21
Atlantis’ astronauts made sure today that all of the systems they will use in Sunday’s planned landing are in good working order, and finished packing up for the ride home.
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 02.17.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #20
As they continue to open their distance from the International Space Station, Atlantis' astronauts turn their attention today to Sunday's planned landing at the Kennedy Space Center.
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 02.16.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #19
The crews of the Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station parted company at 8:06 a.m. Central today, as Pilot Mark Polansky flew Atlantis halfway around the station and its new Destiny laboratory before moving off toward a Sunday landing.
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 02.16.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #18
The crews of the Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station (ISS) are saying goodbye today, concluding a week of joint operations that saw the addition of the 16-ton Destiny laboratory to the outpost and the transfer of about 3,000 pounds of equipment and supplies to the complex.
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 02.15.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #17
The crews of the Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station spent a final full day together today, completing the transfer of about one and a half tons of gear to the station, finishing work together in the station’s new Destiny Lab, and preparing for the shuttle’s departure on Friday.
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 02.15.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #16
On the last full day of docked operations between the crews of Atlantis and the International Space Station (ISS), the eight space travelers will continue transferring supplies and equipment in preparation for Friday morning's undocking.
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 02.14.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #15
Astronauts Tom Jones and Bob Curbeam completed their third and final planned spacewalk outside the International Space Station today, pausing to celebrate the mission, which included the 100th spacewalk in United States space history.
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 02.14.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #14
Following a wakeup call to the sounds of "Fly Me to the Moon" by Savage Garden shortly after 4 a.m. Central time today, Atlantis' astronauts began preparing for the third and final scheduled space walk of this mission, the 100th in U.S. spaceflight history.
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 02.13.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #13
While the crew of the International Space Station continued to set up the new Destiny Lab, the astronauts aboard Atlantis gave the station another boost, prepared for a third spacewalk, performed some inspections of the exterior and had a well-deserved break from what has been a busy, productive pace.
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 02.13.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #12
Atlantis' astronauts were awakened shortly after 4 a.m. Central time today to AC/DC's "For Those About to Rock", announcing the start of Flight Day 7 on board the Shuttle.
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 02.12.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #11
The astronauts aboard Atlantis breezed through the second spacewalk of their mission today and attached a docking port to the end of the International Space Station's new Destiny Laboratory, completing all the spacewalk's planned tasks and more.
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 02.12.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #10
Astronauts Tom Jones and Bob Curbeam are set for another excursion outside Atlantis and the International Space Station today, preparing the orbiting complex for future growth and visiting space shuttles.
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 02.11.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report #9
The crews of Atlantis and the International Space Station today opened the newly attached Destiny laboratory and spent the first full day of what are planned to be years of work ahead inside the orbiting science and command center.
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 02.11.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
Awakened to the sounds of the "Blue Danube Waltz" from the movie, "2001: A Space Odyssey", Atlantis' astronauts geared up for their first entry into the newly installed Destiny Laboratory of the International Space Station later this morning.
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 02.10.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
The crews of the Space Shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station successfully installed the U.S. Destiny Laboratory onto the station today in a dazzling display of robotics finesse and spacewalking skill.
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 02.10.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
Atlantis' astronauts went right to work today following an early morning wake up call from Mission Control, preparing to install the 16-ton Destiny Laboratory on the International Space Station (ISS).
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 02.09.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Sailing at 17,000 miles per hour 200 miles above the Pacific, Commander Ken Cockrell flawlessly pulled the Space Shuttle Atlantis alongside the International Space Station this morning and docked, in position to add the new Destiny laboratory to the complex tomorrow and begin a new era in space research.
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 02.09.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
Space Shuttle Atlantis and its five astronauts continue to close in on the International Space Station (ISS), where three other spacefarers await their arrival late this morning and the delivery of a new addition to their home.
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 02.08.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
With the 16-ton, bus-sized Destiny laboratory now virtually weightless in its cargo bay, the Space Shuttle Atlantis today drew ever closer to Destiny's permanent home, the International Space Station, and the five shuttle astronauts prepared for the complex construction job to come.
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 02.08.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report # 2
The five-member crew of Atlantis is in its first full day in space continuing its pursuit of the International Space Station. After a slightly abbreviated sleep period, Atlantis' astronauts were awakened at 6:13 a.m. Central time as the Shuttle trailed the Station by approximately 2,000 statute miles (3,200 kilometers).
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 02.07.01 - STS-98 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
Atlantis' five astronauts blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center at sunset tonight to deliver the U.S. Laboratory Destiny to the International Space Station (ISS), the cornerstone of scientific research on the complex and the new command and control center for Station operations.
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