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MPLM Installation
Raffaello Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Installation
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Space Shuttle Pitch Maneuver Video
Space Shuttle Pitch Maneuver
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Launch day

A New Journey

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Shuttle Discovery launch viewed from the WB-57 chase plane.
WB-57 Chase Plane Video
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Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery
Discovery Launches!
Space Shuttle Discovery successfully lifts off from Launch Pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center, Fla.
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External Tank being jettisoned from orbiter
What a View!
Cameras on Discovery's External Tank transmit images of Earth and the tank's separation from the orbiter.
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Discovery's solid rocket boosters fall away
SRB Separation
Discovery's Solid Rocket Boosters fall away as the Space Shuttle climbs into Earth's orbit.
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STS-114 Webcast
NASA Direct Live
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STS-114 Preflight Training
STS-114 Preflight Photos
STS-114 crewmembers train for their upcoming Space Shuttle mission.
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Discovery's Forward Reaction Control System is lowered into position
02.25.05 - Return to Flight Gallery
This collection includes images and videos of STS-114 preparations at Kennedy Space Center.
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Return to Flight for Kids
For Kids
Learn about the mission and have some fun with unique games, creative activities and interactive stories.
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Space Shuttle Discovery rolls to the launch pad
06.15.05 - Back to the Launch Pad
Space Shuttle Discovery has returned to Launch Pad 39B with an upgraded External Tank.
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Space Shuttle Discovery approaches the Vehicle Assembly Building
05.27.05 - Discovery Rolls Back
Back inside the VAB, Space Shuttle Discovery will receive a new External Tank.
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STS-114 crew members inside Space Shuttle Discovery
05.04.05 - Launch Rehearsal
The Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test ends with a successful rehearsal.
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STS-114 crew members suited up for rehearsal
05.04.05 - Prelaunch Training
The STS-114 crew takes part in the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test.
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An ISS module is lowered into the open payload canister.
05.03.05 - All In!
NASA technicians have finished loading ISS hardware for delivery to launch pad 39B.
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Astronaut Soichi Noguchi during prelaunch test
02.11.05 - A Preflight Test
The STS-114 crew takes part in the Crew Equipment Interface Test.
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A view of an orbiter's docking ring.
How Things Work
Video features explain the airlock, parachutes, the robot arm and more.
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Susan Johnson, Space Shuttle Main Engine safety manager
02.25.05 - Keeping Engines Healthy
Susan Johnson explains the work life of a Space Shuttle Main Engine safety manager.
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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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