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Gap Filler Repair Techniques Gap Filler Repair Techniques External Tank External Tank Images Scenes From Launch Control Scenes From Launch Control Discovery's Launch from Kennedy Space Center, Fla. Discovery's Launch: A Spectacular Success!
Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. Discovery Crew Returns! Orbiter Atlantis rolls toward the Vehicle Assembly Building Atlantis Rolls Out Astrovan carrying the STS-114 crew Launch Day Events A road-side sign at NASA's Kennedy Space Center marks one day until the launch of Discovery. One Day to Go!
The new Shuttle Landing Facility control tower New Control Tower Reports for Duty STS-114 crew arrives at Kennedy Space Center, Fla. The STS-114 Crew Arrives! C-band radar antenna installation on Merritt Island, Fla. Radar Aids Space Shuttle Safety Space Shuttle Discovery at Launch Pad 39B Discovery at the Pad
Return to Flight poster Return to Flight Poster Discovery's payload canister is lifted up to the payload changeout room at pad 39B Discovery's Payload Canister in Place Discovery is lowered next to the new External Tank and Solid Rocket Boosters Space Shuttle Reassembled Discovery is suspended above the transfer aisle of the VAB Discovery is Demated From External Tank and Boosters
Space Shuttle Discovery, resting on the Mobile Launcher Platform atop the Crawler/Transporter Discovery Rolls Back to the VAB Space Shuttle Discovery is revealed after rollback of the Rotating Service Structure Discovery RSS Rollback Event American Flag on Vehicle Assembly Building at KSC Old Glory Restored at KSC STS-114 Discovery crew members Discovery Crew Completes TCDT
Dan Rather interviews Eileen Collins Commander Collins in Prime Time Soichi Noguchi in training Suiting Up Rotating Service Structure rolled back from Discovery Testing at the Pad Multi Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello Packing it In
Underwater Training Underwater Thumbs Up A roadside crowd gathers to watch Discovery's trip to the  launch pad. Discovery Rolls Out to Pad 39B Space Shuttle Discovery rolls into the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Cener. Discovery Rolls! The second redesigned External Tank moves toward the open doors in the Vehicle Assembly Building. Tank You, Atlantis
Orbital Boom Sensor System A New Boom for Safety STS-114 Commander Eileen Collins in Discovery cockpit Checking Out the Ride STS-114 Crew looks at wing Up Close with the Wing Crawler test These Shoes were Made for Crawling
STS-114 Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence in emergency egress training Lawrence Hangs in There External Tank at Kennedy Space Center Space Shuttle External Tank Arrival
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