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An External Tank enters the Vehicle Assembly Building
01.20.05 - From Sea to Space
Preparing the massive orange External Tank for a Space Shuttle flight is a heavy task.
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STS-114 Commander Eileen Collins
01.07.05 - Return to Flight Crew Visits Kennedy
Astronauts check-out STS-114 flight hardware.
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The External Tank arrives at Kennedy Space Center
01.07.05 - External Tank Arrives
The tank that will help launch NASA's Return to Flight mission is now at Kennedy Space Center.
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Solid Rocket Booster technician Chuck Jones
12.22.04 - Stacking Solid Rocket Boosters
Technician Chuck Jones explains how his team will "provide the ride."
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Crawler Transporter test drive
12.21.04 - Trying on New Shoes
A gigantic Crawler Transporter recently went on a test drive to try out its brand new set of treads.
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Space Shuttle Main Engine
12.21.04 - Discovery's Driving Force
Space Shuttle Discovery's three main engines are installed.
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Lisa Campbell inside left wing of Space Shuttle Discovery
12.21.04 - Behind the Leading Edge
Lisa Campbell installs sensors deep inside Space Shuttle Discovery's wing.
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An SRB nose frustum is lowered into position.
12.15.04 - Some Assembly Required
SRB stacking marks the start of Space Shuttle assembly for Return to Flight.
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Ice growing on test panels
12.14.04 - Super-Cool Tests
Engineers are growing ice to improve Space Shuttle safety.
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