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 12.16.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-49
The International Space Station is operating in excellent shape with no problems affecting its operation in low Earth orbit.
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 12.09.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-48
The International Space Station’s first two components are in good shape with only minor issues facing the flight control teams in Houston and Moscow - none of which affect the operation of the complex.
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 12.02.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-47
The International Space Station's altitude was raised by an average of 10 statute miles yesterday following two thruster firings using jets on the Zarya module.
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 11.24.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-46
The International Space Station celebrated its first year in orbit Saturday with no problems affecting the overall operation of the complex in orbit.
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 11.18.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-45
Flight controllers in Moscow and Houston began the second round of deep-cycling of the batteries inside the Zarya module last weekend, but stopped the procedure when the first battery did not discharge properly.
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 11.12.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-44
With no issues being followed aboard the International Space Station, flight controllers in Houston and Moscow continue to verify the health of all systems through routine commanding from the ground.
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 11.04.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-43
Routine operations continue aboard the International Space Station this week as flight controllers monitored systems and made the usual checks of its orientation and spin rate.
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 10.28.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-42
Activity surrounding the operation of the International Space Station settled down a bit following the maneuver of the complex earlier this week to avoid a close approach of a piece of space debris.
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 10.26.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-41
The International Space Station's orbit was raised slightly earlier today as a precaution in avoiding a piece of space debris.
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 10.21.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-40
In orbit on the International Space Station activities continue to go smoothly with the focus being on systems checks and command link verification between the two control centers and the orbiting complex.
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 10.14.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-39
With International Space Station systems in good shape, flight controllers again demonstrated commanding capability to Zarya's computers from Houston via the early communications system mounted on Unity.
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 10.07.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-38
The International Space Station spent a quiet week in orbit with flight controllers in Houston and Moscow monitoring onboard systems, while verifying backup command links through NASA's communications network.
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 10.01.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-37
While the International Space Station orbits in excellent health, technical representatives from NASA and the Russian Aviation and Space Agency held a series of Technical Integration Meetings over the last two weeks culminating in a Joint Program Review to discuss issues related to the International Space Station Program.
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 09.23.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-36
The International Space Station continues to orbit the Earth with its systems operating in good fashion as NASA managers prepare to meet with their Russian counterparts next week in Moscow for updates on the testing of the ISS's next component, the Zvezda Service Module.
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 09.16.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-35
As the International Space Station orbits 245 miles above the Earth, work on the ground continues to focus on monitoring the health of onboard systems in preparation for the arrival in about two months of its next major component - the Zvezda service module.
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 09.09.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-34
The International Space Station’s systems continued to function normally this week, with no major problems. Troubleshooting continued on one of the Space Station’s six batteries (Battery No. 1), which is not being used to provide electrical power.
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 09.02.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-33
Following a test this week, International Space Station flight controllers are optimistic that one of the Station's batteries that has been disconnected from the electrical system for several weeks may be usable if needed in the future.
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 08.26.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-32
Flight controllers in Houston and Moscow spent a quiet week monitoring the orbiting International Space Station, with the outpost's systems continuing to operate well and their status basically unchanged from last week.
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 08.19.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-31
The International Space Station successfully completed an orbital test of the automatic docking system this week in preparation for the arrival of its next major component, the Russian-provided Zvezda living quarters module.
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 08.12.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-30
Flight control teams in Houston and Moscow continue to monitor the health of International Space Station systems with no significant problems on board other than a balky battery that currently is not being used for electrical power.
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 08.05.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-29
The International Space Station continued to perform well this week with flight controllers in Houston and Moscow noting no significant problems as the outpost completed its 4,000th orbit of Earth since its November 1998 launch.
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 07.29.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-28
With no major activities or checkouts planned this week, flight controllers in Houston and Moscow continue to monitor the International Space Station, reporting that all systems aboard are operating normally and the spacecraft is in excellent condition.
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 07.22.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-27
The focus of attention on the International Space Station has been continuing the bi-annual deep-cycling of the Zarya batteries and monitoring health of other systems onboard.
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 07.15.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-26
International Space Station activities continue to focus on the maintenance of on-board batteries to ensure as long a life as possible and the troubleshooting of a balky antenna on the backup communications system.
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 07.08.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-25
The International Space Station continues to operate in good health with flight controllers monitoring two minor problems. One is with a battery on Zarya and the other is with the backup communications system in Unity.
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 07.01.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-24
International Space Station components continue to operate in good health with the exception being one of six batteries used to store solar energy in order to provide electrical power to the complex when it is in darkness.
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 06.24.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-23
As the International Space Station orbits in good health, NASA has officially accepted the "keys" for the next piece of U.S. hardware to be delivered to the outpost.
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 06.17.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-22
International Space Station flight controllers prepared to maneuver the station slightly last weekend to avoid a possible close pass by orbital debris, but the maneuver was not carried out and ultimately was not required as the debris passed a harmless distance from the station early Sunday morning.
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 06.10.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-21
The International Space Station is back on its own after the recent visit of Space Shuttle Discovery to deliver supplies and logistics in preparation for the arrival of the first crew to live on the station early next year.
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 05.20.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-20
As the International Space Station celebrates its 6-month anniversary today, flight controllers in Houston and Moscow ready both the station and shuttle for the first visit to the outpost of the year scheduled to begin with launch of Discovery in the early morning of May 27.
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 05.13.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-19
The International Space Station will await its first visitors of the year for at least one more week as Shuttle managers elected to move Discovery back to its hangar for repairs to its external fuel tank insulation caused by a recent hail storm.
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 05.06.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-18
In space and in nations around the world, preparations for the next steps in the orbital assembly of the International Space Station are entering the home stretch this week.
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 04.29.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-17
Space Shuttle Discovery rolled to its sea-side launch pad earlier this week in preparation for the first flight of the year to visit the International Space Station, which is monitored nearly around the clock by flight control teams in Houston and Moscow.
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 04.22.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-16
The second planned power test aboard the International Space Station was completed late last week setting the stage for the arrival of Discovery next month on the first logistics flight carrying hardware and supplies to the outpost, which celebrated its fifth month in orbit two days ago.
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 04.14.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-15
The second phase of power testing aboard the International Space Station is underway today as flight controllers continue to prepare the outpost for Discovery's arrival next month on the first logistics flight to deliver interior supplies and U.S. and Russian cranes to the station.
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 04.14.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-14
Flight controllers in Houston and Moscow indicate that the Unity module of the International Space Station, in its present position in space, can be adequately heated prior to the Space Shuttle's arrival. This determination follows completion of power tests last Friday.
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 03.13.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-13
International Space Station flight control teams in Moscow and Houston turned their attention from system monitoring to system testing in preparation for the next visit of a space shuttle to the orbiting outpost.
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 03.24.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-12
International Space Station flight controllers returned a U.S. communications system to standard operations this week as they continued an analysis of a minor problem with one of the system's two antennas.
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 03.18.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-11
International Space Station flight controllers in Houston and Moscow performed a successful rendezvous system test this week and continued an analysis of a minor problem with an antenna for one of the onboard communications systems.
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 03.10.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-10
As the International Space Station completed its 1,700th orbit of Earth, flight control teams in Houston and Moscow reported its systems continued to operate well this week with no problems seen that would interfere with its flight.
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 03.03.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-9
This week aboard the International Space Station, commands were received from ground controllers in Houston and Moscow demonstrating that commands could be sent to the Zarya control module through the Unity node's communications system from Russia's Mission Control Center.
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 02.24.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-8
The International Space Station continues to operate in good health as flight controllers in Houston and Moscow use Russian ground stations and NASA's communications tracking network to monitor the various systems on board.
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 02.17.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-7
Flight control teams in Houston and Moscow continue to work in tandem to monitor the health of systems aboard the two-segment International Space Station.
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 02.10.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-6
The International Space Station continues to fly with no systems problems affecting its performance as flight control teams in Houston and Moscow watch over the orbiting outpost.
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 02.03.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-5
The International Space Station flight control team watched over the first two components of the orbiting outpost, performing routine housekeeping activities while testing commanding capability of the Zarya module through the communications system of the Unity connecting node.
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 01.27.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-4
Flight controllers continued to monitor the International Space Station this week, performing routine housekeeping activities as well as a test using the Unity module's communications system to command some Zarya module systems.
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 01.20.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-3
The International Space Station remained operating in excellent condition this week with flight controllers in Houston and Moscow noting no mechanical problems onboard.
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 01.13.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-2
International Space Station flight controllers in Houston and Moscow continued to monitor the new outpost this week as it awaits a visit by the Space Shuttle Discovery, planned for launch in May on mission STS-96.
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 01.06.99 - International Space Station Status Report #99-1
With no major activities or checkouts planned this week, flight controllers in Houston and Moscow continue to monitor the International Space Station, reporting that all systems aboard are operating normally and the spacecraft is in excellent condition.
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