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 ET-cam view of the external tank separation
Eye on the External Tank
Atlantis' external tank is being photographed by an onboard camera during the launch of mission STS-115.
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 Solid rocket boosters fall away from the orbiter
Boosters Away!
The solid rocket boosters separate from Space Shuttle Atlantis as it continues on its journey to the International Space Station.
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 Space Shuttle Atlantis launches on Mission STS-115
A Beautiful Sight!
Space Shuttle Atlantis rumbles its way to space through a beautiful Florida sky.
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 Mike Leinbach speaks to the Atlantis astronauts from Firing Room 4
Space Beckons
NASA Launch Director Mike Leinbach gives the Atlantis crew his best wishes for a good flight.
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 The STS-115 astronauts are seated in the orbiter.
Please Take Your Seats
The White Room closeout crew carefully straps the astronauts into their seats prior to closing the hatch.
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 The STS-115 astronauts leave the Operations and Checkout Building
Suited Up and Ready to Go
NASA's silver Astrovan waits for the astronauts to board as they leave the Operations and Checkout Building and head for Launch Pad 39B.
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 Orbiter suspended in the Vehicle Assembly Building
Preparing Atlantis
George Diller gives us a description of how the orbiter is processed and readied for flight.
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 Space Shuttle Atlantis on Launch Pad 39B
Welcome to Launch Day
Today's coverage of the launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis begins with opening comments by NASA Launch Commentator George Diller.
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