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07.17.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #26
A smooth landing by the Space Shuttle Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center this morning completed the second return to flight test mission and set the stage to resume assembly of the International Space Station later this summer.
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07.16.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #25
Discovery is targeted for a landing at 8:14 a.m. CDT Monday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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07.16.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #24
The Space Shuttle Discovery crew is scheduled for their last full day in space today, as they make their final preparations for deorbit and landing tomorrow.
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07.15.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #23
The Space Shuttle Discovery is on its way home with six astronauts on board, one fewer than when it launched 11 days ago.
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07.15.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #22
Today marks the final day of joint operations for the Space Shuttle Discovery and International Space Station crews. After almost nine days together, Discovery is scheduled to undock from the station today at 5:08 a.m. CDT.
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07.14.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #21
Emptied of its cargo and refilled with returns, the Multipurpose Logistics Module Leonardo is back in the payload bay of Space Shuttle Discovery with just hours left before the orbiter undocks from the International Space Station and heads home.
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07.14.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #20
It’s back to work for the Space Shuttle Discovery crew. After a day off, the crew will spend much of today getting ready for their undocking from the International Space Station.
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07.13.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #19
Astronauts on board Space Shuttle Discovery today got a much deserved day off after having completed three successful space walks and thousands of pounds of supply and equipment transfers earlier in the flight.
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07.13.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #18
After eight days in space, three spacewalks and six days of cargo transfer, the Space Shuttle Discovery crew today gets a much deserved day off.
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07.12.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #17
Astronauts aboard Space Shuttle Discovery gathered valuable new data during the third spacewalk today as part of an ongoing evaluation of repairing a damaged orbiter.
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07.12.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #16
The third and final spacewalk of the STS-121 space shuttle mission will be the focus of today’s space activities.
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07.11.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #15
In between spacewalks, the joint crews aboard Space Shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station today turned their attention to packing the Leonardo logistics module in preparation for its return to Earth.
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07.11.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #14
Repacking the multi-purpose logistics module Leonardo will be the focus of today’s activities for the Space Shuttle Discovery and International Space Station crews.
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07.10.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #13
A six-hour, 47-minute spacewalk by astronauts from Space Shuttle Discovery today restored the International Space Station’s Mobile Transporter rail car to full operation and delivered a spare pump module for the station’s cooling system.
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07.10.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #12
Discovery Mission Specialists Mike Fossum and Piers Sellers will work on the International Space Station’s mobile transporter and install a pump module today on the second of three spacewalks of the STS-121 mission.
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07.09.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #11
Delivering the equipment and supplies loaded in an Italian-built moving van was the primary activity for the crews of Space Shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station today.
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07.09.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #10
Continued unloading of the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module will be the focus of the Space Shuttle Discovery and International Space Station’s crew today.
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07.08.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #09
Astronauts from Space Shuttle Discovery prepared the International Space Station’s rail car for restoration and tested a repair crane during a 7 hour 31 minute long spacewalk today, while their colleagues delivered a new oxygen generator and laboratory freezer to the station.
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07.08.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #08
The first spacewalk of Discovery's STS-121 mission to the International Space Station will highlight Saturday activities for crews of both docked spacecraft.
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07.07.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #07
The STS-121 Mission Management Team Friday decided to extend Discovery’s flight by an additional day to 13 days after reviewing the rate at which the orbiter’s consumables are being used.
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