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 12.21.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-50
Expedition Four Commander Yury Onufrienko and Flight Engineers Carl Walz and Dan Bursch have completed their first week of independent operations aboard the International Space Station.
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 12.03.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-49
Expedition Three Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin cleared the way for the launch of the shuttle Endeavour tomorrow afternoon by removing debris in the form of a rubberized seal from the docking interface between a Russian Progress resupply craft and the Zvezda Service Module at the International Space Station.
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 11.28.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-48
The International Space Station resumed its normal orientation control about three hours later than planned this afternoon to allow Russian flight controllers time to evaluate a potential technical problem seen following the docking of a Progress resupply craft today.
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 11.28.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-47
An unmanned Russian Progress resupply vehicle successfully docked to the International Space Station this afternoon, carrying food, fuel and supplies for the next residents of the orbital outpost.
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 11.26.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-46
During their 107th day aboard the International Space Station, Expedition Three Commander Frank Culbertson, Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin continued their preparations for the arrival of the Space Shuttle Endeavour and the Expedition Four crew.
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 11.21.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-45
During their 103rd day aboard the International Space Station, Expedition Three Commander Frank Culbertson, Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin Wednesday began activation of the Progress unpiloted supply vehicle in preparation for its undocking.
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 11.15.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-44
After completing the final space walk planned for Expedition Three, the crew of the International Space Station this week begins to get ready for the arrival of a cargo vessel, a space shuttle and a replacement crew later this month.
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 11.12.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-43
Expedition Three Commander Frank Culbertson and Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov completed the external outfitting of the Pirs Docking Compartment on the International Space Station (ISS) this evening, conducting a 5 hour, 4 minute spacewalk outside the orbital outpost.
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 11.07.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-42
The Expedition Three crew, Commander Frank Culbertson, Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin, continue to make preparations for the third and final space walk of their mission to be conducted on Monday, the fifth space walk to take place from the International Space Station (ISS).
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 10.30.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-41
Two Russian cosmonauts and a French researcher left the International Space Station (ISS) this evening, wrapping up almost eight days of experiments and joint activities with the Station's residents while delivering a fresh Soyuz return vehicle for the orbital outpost.
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 10.23.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-40
Two Russian cosmonauts and a French researcher arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) this morning, delivering a fresh Soyuz return vehicle for the residents on board to begin eight days of joint operations and research.
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 10.21.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-39
Russian “taxi” crew Commander Victor Afanasyev, rookie Flight Engineer Konstantin Kozeev and European Space Agency Flight Engineer Claudie Haignere began their trip to the ISS at 3:59:34 a.m. CDT (8:59:34 GMT) as their Soyuz rocket climbed away from their cloudy desert launch site in Central Asia.
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 10.19.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-38
Expedition Three crew members climbed into their Soyuz early today, backed the Earth return vehicle away from one International Space Station docking port, and successfully redocked, using the new Pirs docking port for the first time.
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 10.17.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-37
Expedition Three crewmembers are preparing to board their Soyuz return vehicle at the International Space Station (ISS) early Friday to move it from the Earth-facing port of the Zarya module for the first-ever linkup to the new Pirs Docking Compartment.
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 10.15.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-36
Scientific research moved outside the International Space Station today as two Russian cosmonauts mounted a variety of instruments outside the Zvezda service module in a 5 hour, 52 minute space walk.
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 10.10.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-35
After completing one successful spacewalk, the Expedition Three crew of the International Space Station (ISS) is preparing for another, to be conducted on Monday, Oct. 15. Russian cosmonauts Vladimir Dezhurov and Mikhail Tyurin will perform this one, like the one conducted last Monday, while Commander Frank Culbertson remains inside to coordinate activities.
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 10.08.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-34
The assembly of the International Space Station (ISS) passed another major milestone today as two Russian cosmonauts executed a 4 hour, 58 minute spacewalk outside the complex to begin to outfit the Station's newest module.
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 10.03.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-33
The International Space Station’s Expedition Three crew – Commander Frank Culbertson, Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin – is spending the week preparing for the first of three spacewalks next Monday to outfit the new Pirs Docking Compartment and to attach scientific experiments to the outside of the Zvezda Service Module.
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 09.26.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-32
The International Space Station’s Expedition Three crew – Commander Frank Culbertson, Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin – is poised for the first of three planned space walks following today’s successful jettison of a segment of a new docking port and airlock now attached to the orbiting complex.
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 09.20.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-31
The International Space Station’s Expedition Three crew – Commander Frank Culbertson, Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin – spent this week outfitting and activating the station’s latest addition, a four-ton Russian airlock and docking port named Pirs that arrived at the orbiting complex Sunday.
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 09.16.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-30
The International Space Station gained another entryway tonight when Pirs, the new Russian docking compartment, docked automatically to a port on the Zvezda service module at 8:05 p.m. CDT as the station orbited 250 miles above Mongolia.
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 09.14.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-29
On its way to provide additional capabilities to the International Space Station, the Russian Docking Compartment lifted off from the Baikonour Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan today. Pirs, the Russian word for pier, was successfully launched atop a Russian Soyuz rocket at 6:35 p.m. CDT.
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 09.13.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-28
On board the International Space Station, the Expedition Three crew, Commander Frank Culbertson, Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov and Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin continue their work aboard the orbiting laboratory.
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 09.05.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-27
After completing a three-day holiday weekend of light activities that provided time to settle into their new home, members of the International Space Station crew this week began a busy slate of scientific work, performed some minor repairs and maintenance, and prepared for the continued expansion of the orbiting complex with the upcoming launch of a new Russian module.
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 08.29.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-26
Well into their four-month stay on board the International Space Station (ISS), the Expedition Three crew continues to unpack and stow equipment from the Russian Progress cargo ship that arrived at the outpost nearly a week ago.
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 08.23.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-25
Just hours after the return of the Expedition Two crew to the Kennedy Space Center, the Expedition Three crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) received new supplies and fuel this morning following the flawless docking of a Progress resupply freighter.
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 08.08.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-24
With Discovery poised on Launch Pad 39-A at the Kennedy Space Center for liftoff tomorrow to the International Space Station, Expedition Two Commander Yury Usachev and Flight Engineers Jim Voss and Susan Helms completed the packing of personal items and hardware for their return to Earth after more than five months in orbit and awaited the arrival of their replacements.
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 08.01.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-23
A week and a half removed from the most recent shuttle visit to the International Space Station, the Expedition Two crew continues preparations for ending its mission aboard the complex as Discovery is readied for the STS-105 launch a week from tomorrow at 4:38 p.m. Central time to deliver supplies, logistics and the next crew to live aboard the orbiting outpost.
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 05.04.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-22
A multinational "taxi" crew departed the International Space Station this evening, having delivered a new Soyuz return vehicle to the residents of the orbital outpost.
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 06.27.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-21
As Shuttle and International Space Station Program managers prepare to meet to select an official target launch date for Atlantis’ STS-104 mission to the complex, the Expedition Two crew continues to test the station’s robotic arm in preparation for its first official task of permanently installing the Airlock onto the Unity module.
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 06.20.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-20
After an extensive engineering analysis, International Space Station Program managers Tuesday gave the green light to proceed with the launch of Atlantis no earlier than July 12 to deliver the 6.5-ton Joint Airlock to the orbiting complex.
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 06.13.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-19
As the Expedition Two crew approaches 100 days in space, work to gain confidence in the operation of the station’s robotic arm to support the installation of the Joint Airlock continues.
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 06.08.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-18
Expedition Two Commander Yury Usachev and astronaut Jim Voss performed their first spacewalk on the International Space Station (ISS) on Friday, completing all of their scheduled tasks smoothly and ahead of schedule.
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 06.06.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-17
The Expedition Two crew this week busily prepared for the first station-based spacewalk planned for Friday and continues to assist the ground with troubleshooting of the complex’s robotic arm in the backup mode.
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 05.30.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-16
International Space Station engineers are continuing to troubleshoot problems with the Canadarm2 robotic arm on the complex after an unsuccessful attempt earlier today to solve a communications glitch with one of the crane's joints through a software modification.
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 05.15.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-15
Following two days of free flight since its launch Sunday, an unmanned Russian Progress spacecraft automatically docked to the back end of the International Space Station's Zvezda module at 7:24 p.m. Central time today.
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 05.16.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-14
Expedition Two crew activities aboard the International Space Station this week are focusing on the arrival of two spacecraft – the next Russian Progress supply vehicle early next week and Space Shuttle Atlantis in a month.
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 05.09.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-13
The International Space Station’s Expedition Two crew has turned its attention to the initial checkout of the new robotic arm now that the outpost’s command and control computers are working properly.
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 05.06.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-12
The Soyuz 2 crew successfully undocked from the International Space Station (ISS) late Saturday night U.S. time, and landed safely on the Central steppes of Kazakhstan Sunday morning to complete its mission to deliver a fresh Soyuz return capsule to the Expedition Two crew.
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 05.02.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-11
With the landing of Endeavour following the STS-100 mission and the arrival at the International Space Station of the Soyuz Taxi Crew with a new vehicle, the Expedition Two crew now is settling in to begin the process of unpacking and stowing nearly two tons of new supplies and hardware.
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 04.11.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-10
The International Space Station’s Expedition Two Crew spent this week loading the Progress supply craft with trash and unneeded items in preparation for its undocking next week to clear the aft port on the Zvezda module for the relocation of the Soyuz capsule.
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 04.04.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-09
The resident crew of the International Space Station – Commander Yury Usachev and Flight Engineers Jim Voss and Susan Helms -- spent the last week conducting experiments and performing routine housekeeping chores and some maintenance work.
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 03.28.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-08
The International Space Station has become home to its new residents -- the Expedition Two crew of Commander Yury Usachev and Flight Engineers Jim Voss and Susan Helms -- who are settling in for a four-month stay after assuming command of the complex 10 days ago
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 02.28.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-07
An unmanned Russian Progress resupply ship successfully docked to the International Space Station (ISS) early today, bringing a ton of fuel, food and personal effects for the crew which has been living on board the outpost since November and the crew which is set to replace them in less than two weeks.
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 02.24.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-06
Expedition One Commander Bill Shepherd, Pilot Yuri Gidzenko and Flight Engineer Sergei Krikalev took a short flight around the International Space Station (ISS) today, repositioning their Soyuz capsule from the aft docking port of the Station's Zvezda module to the nadir, or downward facing docking port of the Zarya module.
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 01.31.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-05
Activity aboard the International Space Station continues to focus on preparations for the arrival of Space Shuttle Atlantis late next week bringing the first scientific laboratory on the STS-98 mission.
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 01.25.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-04
Nearing the end of their third month in space, the three-member Expedition 1 crew spent a smooth but busy week aboard the International Space Station, practicing emergency procedures, performing routine maintenance and inspections, and preparing for the continued expansion of the station with the launch of the Space Shuttle Atlantis next month.
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 01.17.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-03
With Space Shuttle Atlantis' STS-98 mission delayed three weeks, the Expedition One crew aboard the International Space Station will continue to review documents and procedures in preparation for the arrival of the station's newest module -- the U.S. Laboratory Destiny.
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 01.11.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-02
Expedition One crewmembers are busily preparing the International Space Station for its next visitors -- the five astronauts of the STS-98 mission of Atlantis -- set to launch at 2:11 a.m. EST on January 19 from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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 01.03.01 - International Space Station Status Report #01-01
The Expedition One crew moved into its tenth week in orbit today aboard the International Space Station (ISS) as preparations stepped into high gear for the launch of the next Shuttle assembly flight to the outpost.
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