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The replacement Control Moment Gyroscope for the International Space Station is shown.
One Gyro, To Go
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Spencer Woodward, NASA Test Director
Space Shuttle Status Report
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Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster is pictured.
How Things Work: Solid Rocket Boosters
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The External Tank is joined to the twin Solid Rocket Boosters inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
Two Plus One Makes History
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Space Shuttle's Main Engines
How Things Work: Space Shuttle Main Engines
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A view of an orbiter's docking ring.
How Things Work
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The External Tank is joined to the twin Solid Rocket Boosters inside the Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
Two Plus One Makes History
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A view of an orbiter's docking ring.
How Things Work: External Airlock
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Space Shuttle orbiter in processing
How Things Work: Orbiter Processing
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Space Shuttle parachute is pictured during landing.
How Things Work: Parachutes
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The Remote Manipulator System arm is pictured in space.
How Things Work: Remote Manipulator System
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External fuel tank
How Things Work: External Fuel Tank
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Space Shuttle's payload bay
How Things Work: Payloads
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A shuttle astronaut enjoys the benefits of the ECLSS.
How Things Work: Environmental Control and Life Support System
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A view of the orbiter's orbital maneuvering system.
How Things Work: Orbital Maneuvering System
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Space Shuttle's cockpit
How Things Work: Launch Processing System
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One of the SRB retrieval ships tows a spent booster.
How Things Work: SRB Retrieval
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Space Shuttle thermal protection tile
How Things Work: Thermal Protection System
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Susan Johnson, Space Shuttle Main Engine safety manager
Keeping Engines Healthy
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STS-114 Commander Eileen Collins
Return to Flight Crew Visits Kennedy
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Todd Dugan at work on the Orbiter Boom Sensor System
Working on the Boom
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Astronaut Soichi Noguchi during prelaunch test
A Preflight Test
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An External Tank enters the Vehicle Assembly Building
From Sea to Space
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The External Tank arrives at Kennedy Space Center
External Tank Arrives
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Crawler Transporter test drive
Trying on New Shoes
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Lisa Campbell inside left wing of Space Shuttle Discovery
Behind the Leading Edge
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Space Shuttle Main Engine
Discovery's Driving Force
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Radar tracking antenna
New Role for Radar
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Space Shuttle Main Engine 2058
A New Main Engine
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Thermal blankets
Protection From Heat
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New KSC Optics in readiness for Return to Flight
KSC Optics Improvements for Shuttle Return to Flight
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