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  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #33

    06.01.11 - Endeavour made its last landing early this morning at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, concluding a successful mission to the International Space Station and a sterling 25-mission history.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #32

    05.31.11 - Space Shuttle Endeavour is just hours away from its last landing and a wrap-up to its 25th space flight.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #31

    05.31.11 - Endeavour astronauts spent much of their day getting ready for their return to Earth. Their first landing opportunity is Wednesday at 1:35 a.m. CDT at Kennedy Space Center.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #30

    05.30.11 - The astronauts on space shuttle Endeavour got a special wakeup call Monday to kick off a day devoted to preparing the orbiter and its crew for their return to Earth this Wednesday.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #29

    05.30.11 - Endeavour undocked from the International Space Station at 10:55 p.m. CDT Sunday, ending a stay of 11 days, 17 hours and 41 minutes at the orbiting laboratory.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #28

    05.29.11 - Space shuttle Endeavour's final undocking from the International Space Station is the focus of attention today for the crew members on both vehicles after more than 11 days of joint docked operations.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #27

    05.29.11 - Farewells and the closure of hatches between Endeavour and the International Space Station wound up 11 days of joint operations between crews of the two spacecraft.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #26

    05.28.11 - The combined shuttle and station crews wrap up their docked activities and prepare to close the hatches between the two vehicles today.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #25

    05.28.11 - Spacesuit reconfiguration, work on a carbon dioxide scrubber, and movement of equipment and supplies between Endeavour and the International Space Station kept crew members of the docked spacecraft busy during their just-completed workday.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #24

    05.27.11 - The combined shuttle and station crews turn their focus to final docked activities today. The crew will perform hardware maintenance, reconfigure spacesuits and continue transfer work.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #23

    05.27.11 - Its work with the space shuttle complete, the orbiter boom sensor system has a new home on the International Space Station’s main truss and a new name, the second of the day.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #22

    05.26.11 - The final spacewalk to be performed by shuttle crew astronauts is planned today. Mission Specialists Greg Chamitoff and Mike Fincke will perform the historic spacewalk.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #21

    05.26.11 - Endeavour crew members spent much of their day on late inspection of the shuttle’s thermal protection system and preparations for the fourth and final spacewalk of their visit to the International Space Station.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #20

    05.25.11 - The International Space Station and space shuttle Endeavour crews continue with a variety of activities today. They will perform a vehicle inspection, prepare for the final spacewalk, and participate in a combined crew news conference.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #19

    05.25.11 - The International Space Station’s Canadarm2 is closer to having a new base of operation, giving it access to much of the orbiting laboratory’s Russian segment.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #18

    05.24.11 - Another day of spacewalk activity is on tap for the combined space shuttle and International Space Station crews today.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #17

    05.24.11 - Preparations for the mission’s third spacewalk, station maintenance and repairs kept Endeavour crew members busy much of Tuesday.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #16

    05.23.11 - The combined Endeavour and International Space Station crew is now down to nine following the first Soyuz departure in history while a space shuttle was docked to the station.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #15

    05.23.11 - Endeavour astronauts said goodbye to half of their International Space Station colleagues Monday afternoon as the Expedition 27 crew members prepared to return to Earth.

  • STS-134 MCC Status Report #14

    05.22.11 - The space shuttle Endeavour crew gets some down time today. After several days of extensive robotics, installation of new hardware and two spacewalks, the crew will have mostly off-duty time.