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 12.30.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-70
The Expedition 10 crew wrapped up its last week of 2004 unloading contents from the newly arrived Russian Progress cargo vehicle and making plans to ring in the new year Space Station style.
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 12.25.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-69
An unpiloted Russian cargo ship linked up the International Space Station this evening, completing a two-day Christmas journey to deliver 2.5 tons of food, fuel, oxygen, water, supplies and holiday gifts to the crew.
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 12.23.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-68
A Russian cargo spacecraft is on its way to the International Space Station. The Progress resupply ship launched at 4:19:31 p.m. CST from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, and less than 10 minutes later settled into orbit. Moments after that, automatic commands deployed its solar arrays and navigational antennas.
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 12.17.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-67
The Expedition 10 crew made ready for the Christmas arrival of an unpiloted resupply spacecraft this week while continuing research and maintenance activities aboard the International Space Station.
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 12.10.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-66
International Space Station crewmembers this week continued research and maintenance activities and prepared for arrival of the next Progress cargo craft.
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 12.03.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-65
The International Space Station's Expedition 10 crewmembers completed the first 50 days of their six-month mission this week, highlighted by a short flight in their Soyuz spacecraft.
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 11.29.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-64
The International Space Station crewmembers took a short ride this morning as they flew their Soyuz TMA-5 spacecraft from one docking port to another to pave the way for two spacewalks next year.
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 11.26.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-63
Just like many Earth-bound travelers, the International Space Station crew observed Thanksgiving this week and prepared for a short trip planned for Monday.
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 11.19.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-62
The Expedition 10 crew eased into the second month of its six-month stay onboard the International Space Station by working on science experiments and preparing for the arrival of a new cargo ship.
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 11.12.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-61
Expedition 10 Commander Leroy Chiao this week extended his reach beyond the confines of the pressurized compartments of the International Space Station as he and Flight Engineer Salizhan Sharipov near the one month mark in space since launch Oct. 14.
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 11.05.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-60
Expedition 10 Commander Leroy Chiao and Cosmonaut Salizhan Sharipov picked up the pace of scientific, maintenance and familiarization activities aboard the International Space Station this week.
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 10.29.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-59
The latest crewmembers to live and work aboard the International Space Station took a brief break early this week following handover from their departing colleagues, then began in earnest to acclimate themselves to their new home and orbiting laboratory.
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 10.23.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-58
After traveling more than 78 million miles aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Flight Engineer Mike Fincke returned to Earth today.
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 10.16.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-57
A 10th crew has arrived at the International Space Station to begin a six-month stay. Soyuz Commander Salizhan Sharipov smoothly guided his Soyuz craft to a linkup with the Station’s Pirs Docking Compartment at 11:16 p.m.
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 International Space Station Status Report #04-56
The tenth crew of the International Space Station rocketed into space tonight, beginning a six-month mission.
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 10.08.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-55
As the end of its mission approaches, the Expedition 9 crew aboard the International Space Station prepared for the trip home by wrapping up science experiments and continuing maintenance operations of the vehicle.
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 10.01.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-54
The International Space Station crew made steady progress with maintenance work this week, restoring an oxygen generator to partial operation and replacing a cabin air monitoring system.
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 09.24.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-53
With less than a month remaining in their stay aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and NASA Science Officer Mike Fincke are preparing the orbiting complex for its next residents.
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 09.17.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-52
Almost two weeks of troubleshooting apparently paid off today for the Expedition 9 crew as they restored an onboard oxygen generating unit to operation.
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 09.10.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-51
The oxygen-producing Elektron in of the International Space Station was restarted today after a troubleshooting procedure by Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka, but shut down again after operating for just over an hour.
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 09.03.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-50
Smoothly and ahead of schedule, Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and NASA Science Officer Mike Fincke completed the fourth and final spacewalk of their six-month mission today.
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 08.27.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-49
Success was the key word this week aboard the International Space Station as maintenance efforts by the Expedition 9 crew paid off on several major equipment items.
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 08.20.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-48
The International Space Station crew focused this week on unloading 2½ tons of new equipment and supplies from a cargo craft that arrived Saturday.
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 08.14.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-47
An unpiloted Russian cargo ship linked up the International Space Station this morning to deliver almost three tons of food, fuel, oxygen, water and supplies to the residents onboard.
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 08.13.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-46
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 08.11.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-45
An unpiloted Russian cargo ship blasted off this morning from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on a three-day journey to deliver almost three tons of food, fuel, oxygen, water and supplies to the residents of the International Space Station.
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 08.06.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-44
Aboard the International Space Station this week, Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and NASA ISS Science Officer Mike Fincke resumed scientific investigations, routine maintenance, and preparations for the arrival of a new cargo ship - all following a spacewalk on Tuesday.
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 08.03.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-43
Two International Space Station spacewalkers began rolling out the welcome mat for a new cargo vehicle this morning.
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 07.30.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-42
Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Flight Engineer Mike Fincke this week marked their 100th day in orbit, oversaw the undocking of a resupply craft and prepared for their third spacewalk.
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 07.23.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-41
The International Space Station's Expedition 9 crewmembers passed the halfway point of their six-month mission this week as they prepared for a third spacewalk and joined the world in observing the 35th anniversary of the first landing of humans on the moon.
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 07.16.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-40
Aboard the International Space Station, the Expedition 9 crew concentrated on a host of scientific experiments and routine systems maintenance work in its 13th week in orbit.
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 07.09.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-39
Aboard the International Space Station, work focused on science, spacesuit troubleshooting and routine maintenance as the Expedition 9 crew sailed through its 12th week in space.
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 07.02.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-38
A newly reactivated gyroscope on the International Space Station today was successfully brought on line for attitude control at 6:20 a.m. CDT.
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 07.01.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-37
Flight controllers today fully revved up a gyroscope on the International Space Station that spacewalkers brought back to life Wednesday.
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 06.30.05 - International Space Station Status Report #04-36
The second time was the charm for two International Space Station spacewalkers tonight as they moved with ease to restore power to a key control system, completed a series of bonus jobs to get ahead on future work, and finished up ahead of schedule.
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 06.29.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-35
Mission managers today gave a green light to proceed on Wednesday with a second spacewalk to attempt to repair a circuit breaker on the International Space Station.
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 06.25.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-34
Specialists in Moscow today continued to analyze the cause of an unexpectedly high rate of pressure loss in the primary oxygen bottle on Astronaut Mike Fincke's Russian space suit, which terminated Thursday's spacewalk after 14 minutes.
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 06.25.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-33
Specialists in Moscow today continued to analyze the cause of an unexpectedly high rate of pressure loss in the primary oxygen bottle on Astronaut Mike Fincke's Russian space suit, which terminated Thursday's spacewalk after 14 minutes.
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 06.24.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-32
A spacewalk intended to replace a faulty circuit breaker on the exterior of the International Space Station was cut short when the primary oxygen bottle on Astronaut Mike Fincke's Russian space suit began losing pressure faster than expected.
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 06.18.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-31
Father's Day came early for Astronaut Mike Fincke, 225 miles in space aboard the International Space Station, as he received the best present on Earth -- baby daughter Tarali Paulina Fincke, born Friday.
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 06.10.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-30
The Expedition 9 crew, Commander Gennady Padalka and NASA ISS Science Officer Mike Fincke, spent their seventh week aboard the Station continuing to prepare for their first spacewalk, now under consideration to be conducted June 24.
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 06.04.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-29
The Expedition 9 crew aboard the International Space Station spent the week unpacking a Russian resupply ship and getting ready for a June spacewalk to replace a faulty circuit breaker.
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 05.27.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-28
An unmanned Russian resupply ship smoothly linked up to the International Space Station this morning, delivering two and a half tons of food, water, fuel, spare parts and supplies to the two residents on board.
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 05.25.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-27
An unmanned Russian Progress resupply ship blasted off today from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to deliver 2 1/2 tons of food, water, fuel and supplies to the residents of the International Space Station.
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 05.21.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-26
Aboard the International Space Station, the Expedition 9 crew closed out its first month in space with a busy week of spacewalk preparations, including a spacesuit dress rehearsal.
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 05.04.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-25
International Space Station Commander Gennady Padalka and NASA Science Officer and Flight Engineer Mike Fincke eased into a regular schedule of operations in orbit this week, preparing spacesuits for checkouts next week and loading trash aboard a Progress vehicle that will soon depart.
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 05.07.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-24
The new crew of the International Space Station spent its first full week alone concentrating on life science research, spacewalk preparations, and becoming comfortable with their new home in orbit.
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 04.29.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-23
Completing more than six months in space, the International Space Station Expedition 8 crew, Commander Mike Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri, returned to Earth today, bringing with them European Space Agency Astronaut Andre Kuipers of the Netherlands, who had spent nine days aboard the complex conducting research.
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 04.23.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-22
New crewmembers aboard the International Space Station settled into a routine of handover briefings and scientific experiments after their arrival early Wednesday.
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 04.21.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-21
New residents arrived at the International Space Station at 12:01 a.m. CDT (0501 GMT, 9:01 a.m. Moscow time) Wednesday.
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 04.18.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-20
A new crew is en route to the International Space Station following the launch tonight of the ISS Soyuz 8 spacecraft carrying Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka, NASA Science Officer and Flight Engineer Mike Fincke and visiting researcher European Space Agency Astronaut Andre Kuipers of the Netherlands.
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 04.16.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-19
Work to prepare for the eighth International Space Station crew exchange continued on schedule this week, both on the Station and at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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 04.09.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-18
Three weeks remain in the six-month voyage aboard the International Space Station for Commander Mike Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri as the Expedition 8 crew prepares to return home later this month.
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 04.02.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-17
Plans for the next crew rotation on the International Space Station are on schedule this week, as the Expedition 8 crew members moved into their final month on orbit and their successors to within weeks of their scheduled launch.
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 03.26.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-16
The oxygen-producing Elektron unit aboard the International Space Station continues to function well, as it has since it was restarted early last Saturday following the replacement of major components.
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 03.19.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-14A
Heading into the homestretch of their 6 1/2-month mission aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 8 Commander Michael Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri spent the week conducting biomedical experiments and performing maintenance on a key Station component.
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 03.19.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-14
Heading into the homestretch of their 6 1/2-month mission aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 8 Commander Michael Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri spent the week conducting biomedical experiments and performing maintenance on a key Station component.
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 03.12.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-13
The Expedition 8 Commander Michael Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri started the week with a three-day weekend and finished it with a successful treadmill repair.
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 03.05.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-12
Expedition 8 Commander Michael Foale today reestablished a vacuum between the Destiny Laboratory's science window's two panes of optical-quality glass.
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 02.26.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-11
The residents of the International Space Station today conducted the first ever two-man spacewalk without a crewmember inside.
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 02.20.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-10
All systems remain “go” for the only planned spacewalk by the International Space Station’s Expedition 8 crewmembers.
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 02.13.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-9
The Expedition 8 crew aboard the International Space Station spent the week on early preparations for a spacewalk; training and positioning the robotic arm; conducting experiments; and ‘educating’ school children on long duration life in space.
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 02.06.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-8
Aboard the International Space Station, Mike Foale and Alexander Kaleri of the Expedition 8 crew spent this week unpacking the first fresh supplies to arrive at the complex since they began their mission more than three and a half months ago.
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 01.31.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-7
An unmanned Russian resupply ship smoothly linked up to the International Space Station this morning, delivering 2-1/2 tons of food, fuel, spare parts and supplies to the two residents on board.
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 01.29.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-6
An unmanned Russian Progress resupply ship blasted off successfully today from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to deliver 2½ tons of food, fuel and supplies to the residents of the International Space Station.
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 01.23.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-5
Expedition 8 Commander Mike Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri are preparing for next week's arrival of their first packages from home in almost three months.
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 01.16.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-4
In an effort to gather more data regarding normal air pressure fluctuations onboard the International Space Station, Expedition 8 Commander Mike Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri ended their week by closing several interior hatches.
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 01.12.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-3
With the help of Expedition 8 Commander Mike Foale and Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri, flight controllers traced the apparent cause of a tiny pressure decay on the International Space Station Sunday to a braided flex hose that is part of the window system in the U.S. Destiny Laboratory.
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 01.09.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-2
Expedition 8 Commander Mike Foale celebrated his 47th birthday on Wednesday this week while Flight Engineer Alexander Kaleri observed the Russian Orthodox Christmas on Thursday as they both continued research work, performed several maintenance activities and conducted troubleshooting efforts to assist ground engineers analyzing a small decay in the Station cabin's atmospheric pressure.
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 01.02.04 - International Space Station Status Report #04-1
The International Space Station's Expedition 8 crew got back to work today after a day off to welcome the new year.
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