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 12.12.06 - STS-116 MCC Status Report #07
The International Space Station is now two tons heavier, with the installation today of its newest truss segment during the flight’s first spacewalk.
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 12.12.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
Discovery and its seven-member crew lifted off Saturday, Dec. 9, from NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 8:47 p.m. EST. Low clouds delayed Discovery's launch on Thursday night.
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 12.12.06 - STS-116 MCC Status Report #06
The first spacewalk by Discovery's crew members, an excursion that will install a new, two-ton segment on the port side of the International Space Station's girder-like truss, will highlight today's work on mission STS-116.
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 12.11.06 - STS-116 MCC Status Report #05
Astronauts on the Space Shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station were united today, and the joint crew immediately began the complex work associated with installing a new truss section and rewiring the station’s power grid.
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 12.11.06 - STS-116 MCC Status Report #04
The Space Shuttle Discovery continues its pursuit of the International Space Station, a chase that should culminate in the docking of the two spacecraft at 4:05 p.m. CST today.
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 12.10.06 - STS-116 MCC Status Report #03
The Space Shuttle Discovery crew spent much of its first full day in space using the shuttle’s robotic arm and an extension boom-mounted sensor system to inspect heat shielding on Discovery's wing leading edges and nose.
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 12.10.06 - STS-116 MCC Status Report #02
The Space Shuttle Discovery crew, Commander Mark Polansky, Pilot Bill Oefelein, and Mission Specialists Nicholas Patrick, Joan Higginbotham, Bob Curbeam, Sunita Williams and Christer Fuglesang, are beginning a busy first full day in space.
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 12.09.06 - STS-116 MCC Status Report #01
The Space Shuttle Discovery rocketed into a dark Florida sky at 7:47 p.m. CST today, the third shuttle launch in five months, but the first night launch in more than four years.
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 12.08.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
The next launch attempt on mission STS-116 is currently scheduled for no earlier than Saturday, Dec. 9, at 8:47 p.m.
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 11.22.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
Technicians have completed prelaunch propellant servicing in preparation for Space Shuttle Discovery's launch to the International Space Station, set for no earlier than Dec. 7.
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 11.17.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
Following Space Shuttle Discovery's arrival at Launch Pad 39B on Nov. 9, technicians began final preparations for the STS-116 launch set for no earlier than Dec. 7
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 11.02.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
On Tuesday, drivers moved Space Shuttle Discovery atop the 76-wheeled orbiter transporter system from the Orbiter Processing Facility to the Vehicle Assembly Building.
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