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07.07.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #06
After a successful docking to the International Space Station Thursday, the focus of the STS-121 shuttle mission now turns to unloading more than 7,000 lbs of cargo, continued shuttle inspections and preparations for the mission’s first spacewalk.
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07.06.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #05
There is a crew of three aboard the International Space Station today for the first time in more than three years, and for the first time ever that crew includes an American, a Russian and a European.
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07.06.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #04
A third crewmember will join the International Space Station today after the docking of the Space Shuttle Discovery.
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07.05.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #03
The Astronauts of Space Shuttle Discovery examined their spaceship with the Orbiter Boom Sensor System today and found no evidence of any damage from debris during yesterday’s ride to orbit.
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07.05.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #02
Discovery's astronauts are awake and ready to begin their first full day in space.
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07.04.06 - STS-121 MCC Status Report #01
On the nation’s 230th birthday, Discovery rocketed into the Florida sky this afternoon, returning the shuttle fleet to space after almost a year.
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06.30.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
The countdown for the Space Shuttle Discovery launch is in a built-in hold at the 11-hour mark and will pick up again at 10:53 p.m. Launch remains scheduled for Saturday, July 1.
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06.29.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
The countdown for the Space Shuttle Discovery launch began at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the T-43 hour mark. Launch remains scheduled for Saturday, July 1, at 3:49 p.m. EDT.
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06.28.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
The countdown for the Space Shuttle Discovery launch begins at 5 p.m. today at the T-43 hour mark. Launch remains scheduled for Saturday, July 1, at 3:49 p.m. EDT.
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06.27.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
The STS-121 crew arrived at 10 a.m. today at the Shuttle Landing Facility from Johnson Space Center in Houston as final preparations for the launch of Discovery continue.
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06.26.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
Discovery's aft is closed for flight, and the aft confidence test was completed successfully. All aft systems, such as the main propulsion system circuits, were powered up and tested.
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06.23.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
Aft closeouts of Space Shuttle Discovery are nearing completion. Workers are preparing to install the engine compartment access doors. Aft confidence testing will take place today.
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06.21.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
Aft closeouts of Space Shuttle Discovery continue, and payload bay inspections and closeouts are complete. The payload bay doors were closed for flight early Tuesday.
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06.19.06 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
NASA's Flight Readiness Review was completed Saturday, with managers setting a July 1 launch date for Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121 to the International Space Station.
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