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  STATION STATUS
 
 12.30.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-64
Midway through their six-month flight, the two men aboard the International Space Station celebrated a quiet Christmas this week and looked forward to a similar New Year's Day.
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 12.23.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-63
A holiday delivery arrived at the International Space Station today as an unpiloted Russian cargo ship linked up to the Pirs Docking Compartment filled with almost 3 tons of supplies and gifts for the Expedition 12 crew.
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 12.21.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-62
A shipment of supplies and holiday presents is on its way to the International Space Station following the launch of the ISS Progress 20 cargo ship today from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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 12.16.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-61
The International Space Station crew focused this week on preparations for the arrival of a Christmastime supply shipment of fuel, food, water, spare parts and holiday gifts from family.
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 12.09.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-60
Expedition 12 Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev focused on keeping the International Space Station in good working condition this week as managers reviewed plans for the changeout of cargo vehicles at the complex.
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 12.02.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-59
In the third month of a six-month mission, the International Space Station Expedition 12 crew worked this week on science experiments, maintenance and the setup of hardware for future activities.
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 11.23.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-58
International Space Station Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev will enjoy a day off Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving.
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 11.18.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-57
Expedition 12 Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev took a short ride away from the International Space Station today, flying their Soyuz spacecraft from one docking port to another.
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 11.10.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-56
With their first spacewalk behind them, the residents of the international space station pressed ahead this week to prepare for several upcoming milestones.
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 11.07.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-55
The international space station crew completed the first spacewalk using U.S. space suits since April 2003, installing a new camera and discarding an inactive science probe.
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 11.04.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-54
The Expedition 12 crew prepared for its first spacewalk and kept the international space station ship-shape this week as they passed a milestone of five years of human presence aboard the complex.
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 10.28.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-53
Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev this week checked the clothes, tools and plans they will use for a five and half-hour spacewalk set for Nov. 7.
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 10.21.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-52
Growing increasingly familiar with their microgravity home and laboratory in space, the 12th international space station crew turned its attention to experiment work, began preparations for the first space station-based spacewalk using U.S. suits since 2003 and captured spectacular images and video of the latest tropical cyclone in the Atlantic basin, Hurricane Wilma.
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 10.14.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-51
Expedition 12 Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev are spending their first few days alone on the international space station following the safe return home of their predecessors Monday.
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 10.10.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-50
After traveling 75 million miles during six months on the international space station, Expedition 11 Commander Sergei Krikalev and NASA ISS Science Officer John Phillips returned to Earth today.
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 10.07.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-49
Following the docking of the Soyuz spacecraft early Monday morning, the space station is now home to a new crew.
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 10.03.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-48
New residents arrived at the international space station this morning to begin a six-month mission that will carry them through the new year into next spring.
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 09.30.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-47
The 12th crew of the international space station rocketed into space tonight, beginning a six-month mission.
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 09.30.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-46
Preparations for arrival of the next crew of the space station, scientific activities and maintenance highlighted this week's activities aboard the orbiting laboratory.
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 09.16.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-45
The installation of a replacement part for an oxygen-generating system, unpacking a recently arrived cargo carrier and the disassembly of a radiation-detection experiment highlighted this week's activities aboard the International Space Station.
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 09.10.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-44
A 2½-ton delivery arrived at the back door of the International Space Station today as an unpiloted Russian cargo ship linked up to the Zvezda module’s docking port at 9:42 a.m. CDT, filled with supplies for Expedition 11 Commander Sergei Krikalev and Flight Engineer John Phillips and spare parts for repair to some Station systems.
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 09.08.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-43
A new shipment of supplies is on its way to the International Space Station.
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 09.01.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-42
The International Space Station’s Expedition 11 crewmembers completed 20 weeks in space this week and focused on an upcoming cargo ship exchange and computer software transition.
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 08.26.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-41
The residents of the International Space Station this week unloaded cargo delivered to them last month by Discovery's astronauts, prepared for the arrival of more supplies and repaired a key component of the outpost’s environmental control system.
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 08.18.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-40
More milestones met on the International Space Station this week, with the Expedition 11 crewmembers completing a spacewalk just days after the Commander became the most experienced space traveler in history.
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 08.12.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-39
After saying goodbye to the visiting Space Shuttle Discovery Saturday, International Space Station Commander Sergei Krikalev and NASA Science Officer John Phillips spent much of this week preparing for a spacewalk they will conduct next week.
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 07.22.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-38
Expedition 11 Commander Sergei Krikalev and Flight Engineer John Phillips got ready this week for two upcoming Space Shuttle launches and a Space Station spacewalk, and supported two different continuing science investigations.
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 07.19.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-37
The Expedition 11 crew left the International Space Station today for a short ride, relocating its Soyuz return craft from one docking port to another.
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 07.15.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-36
Commander Sergei Krikalev and NASA Science Officer John Phillips worked to wrap up packing of items to be returned to Earth on Discovery, while continuing their scientific experiments, physical exercises and routine Station maintenance.
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 07.08.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-35
After a light duty three-day holiday weekend, the International Space Station Expedition 11 crew returned to work for a short, but intense week of science experiments, spacesuit preparations and packing for the upcoming Space Shuttle mission.
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 07.01.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-34
The residents of the International Space Station were informed today that they may welcome visitors arriving on a Space Shuttle in two weeks.
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 06.24.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-33
The International Space Station crew spent much of the week unpacking and using supplies from the newly docked Progress cargo craft.
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 06.18.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-32
An unpiloted Russian cargo ship linked up to the International Space Station today to deliver more than two tons of food, fuel, oxygen, water, supplies and spare parts.
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 06.17.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-31
After a busy week of preparations, the Expedition 11 crew on the International Space Station is ready for Saturday's arrival of a Progress cargo craft bearing more than two tons of supplies and equipment.
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 06.16.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-30
Carrying more than two tons of supplies, a Russian cargo spacecraft began a two-day trip to the International Space Station today after its launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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 06.10.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-29
Aboard the International Space Station this week, the eleventh Expedition crew spent the latter part of its second month in space preparing for the arrival of new cargo as its commander quietly slipped into second place on the all-time human space endurance list.
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 06.03.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-28
A new capability was added to the operation of the International Space Station this week as a final round of tests to commission remote control of the Station's Canadarm2 robotic arm from the ground was completed.
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 05.27.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-27
The Expedition 11 crew entered its seventh week in space today, wrapping up a week highlighted by research, maintenance and training for photography tasks to be done during the Space Shuttle's Return to Flight mission in July.
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 05.20.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-26
The Expedition 11 crew, now into the second month of its stay on the International Space Station, had a varied week highlighted by repair of an exercise treadmill, tests of an oxygen supply and preparations for the Space Shuttle's Return to Flight.
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 05.13.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-25
Expedition 11 Commander Sergei Krikalev and Flight Engineer John Phillips continued routine maintenance and science experiments aboard the International Space Station this week as they wrapped up their first month in space.
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 05.06.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-24
Commander Sergei Krikalev and Flight Engineer John Phillips moved full speed ahead into their Expedition 11 maintenance and science work aboard the International Space Station during their third week in space.
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 04.29.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-23
The new crew members of the International Space Station completed their first full work week today as they conducted routine maintenance, continued to settle in and practiced photography to be used when the Space Shuttle returns to flight.
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 04.24.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-22
After traveling more than 78 million miles aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 10 Commander and NASA ISS Science Officer Leroy Chiao and Flight Engineer Salizhan Sharipov returned to Earth today. With them was European Space Agency Astronaut Roberto Vittori, who had spent eight days aboard the orbiting complex doing research.
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 04.22.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-21
Aboard the International Space Station this week, one crew counted down its final days in space, headed toward a return to Earth on Sunday, while another crew began a six-month journey in orbit.
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 04.16.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-20
New residents arrived at the International Space Station tonight to begin a six-month mission.
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 04.14.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-19
The 11th crew of the International Space Station rocketed into space tonight, beginning a six-month mission.
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 04.08.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-18
The current International Space Station crew began packing for home this week while the next Station crew completed a final review of plans before heading to the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, to prepare for launch.
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 04.01.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-17
Following their second spacewalk, Expedition 10 crew members conducted science experiments and prepared for the arrival of their replacements.
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 03.28.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-16
The residents of the International Space Station ventured outside today for a 4-hour, 30-minute spacewalk to install communications equipment on the exterior of the Zvezda Service Module and deploy a small satellite experiment.
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 03.25.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-15
Expedition 10 Commander Leroy Chiao and Flight Engineer Salizhan Sharipov completed preparations for a Monday spacewalk this week and rested to prepare for the excursion.
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 03.18.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-14
The crew aboard the International Space Station turned its attention to spacewalks this week with repair and preparatory work in two airlocks.
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 03.11.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-13
The International Space Station crew unpacked its newest cargo ship this week and prepared to replace a faulty component in the Quest Airlock with a new unit delivered on the supply craft.
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 03.04.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-12
International Space Station crewmembers’ focus this week was the ISS Progress 17 cargo spacecraft. Expedition 10 Commander and NASA Station Science Officer Leroy Chiao and Flight Engineer Salizhan Sharipov spent some of the early part of the week preparing for the arrival of the unpiloted Russian cargo carrier, and much of Thursday and Friday unloading it.
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 03.02.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-11
An unpiloted Russian cargo ship linked up to the International Space Station today to deliver more than 2 tons of food, fuel, oxygen, water, supplies and spare parts.
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 02.28.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-10
Carrying more than two tons of supplies, a Russian cargo spacecraft began a two-day trip to the International Space Station today after its launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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 02.25.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-9
The crew members aboard the International Space Station are winding down a week that saw them preparing for the arrival of a new cargo spacecraft and helping achieve a milestone in Station robotics operations.
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 02.18.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-8
The International Space Station crew began preparations this week for the arrival of fresh supplies aboard a new Russian cargo ship planned to launch at the end of the month.
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 02.11.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-7
The Expedition 10 crew of the International Space Station completed another productive week of their mission, focusing on science experiments, Progress undocking preparations and robotic arm operations.
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 02.04.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-6
The Expedition 10 crew turned its attention to the Space Shuttle’s return to flight this week, spending several days pre-packing International Space Station items destined for return to Earth aboard Discovery.
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 01.28.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-5
The International Space Station crew completed another eventful week, highlighted by its first spacewalk.
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 01.26.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-4
The residents of the International Space Station ventured outside today for a 5-hour, 28-minute spacewalk to install a work platform, cables and robotic and scientific experiments on the exterior of the Zvezda Service Module.
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 01.21.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-3
Space Station crewmembers marked their 100th day in space Friday, ending a workweek focused on preparations for their first spacewalk, planned for Wednesday, Jan. 26.
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 01.14.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-2
Midway through a six-month stay on the International Space Station, the tenth Expedition crew this week focused on routine maintenance, biomedical investigations and assisted with a software upgrade that should make life a little easier for ground controllers.
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 01.07.05 - International Space Station Status Report #05-1
The Expedition 10 crew began the New Year by embarking on biomedical experiments, unloading contents from the recently arrived Russian Progress cargo vehicle and troubleshooting the Station’s oxygen generator.
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