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08.05.05 - NASA Issues Tips for Recording Discovery's Return
A plasma streak across the pre-dawn sky signals Discovery's return to Earth and amateur videographers and photographers can capture the event with tips provided by NASA imagery experts.
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08.05.05 - NASA Announces Discovery Landing Schedule
Commander Eileen Collins and the Space Shuttle Discovery crew are scheduled to land at Kennedy Space Center at 4:46 a.m. EDT, Monday.
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08.05.05 - NASA Announces Administrator Media Roundtable
NASA Administrator Michael Griffin hosts a media roundtable discussion this afternoon at NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC).
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08.04.05 - Discovery Cleared for Landing
Space Shuttle mission managers today completed their assessment of Discovery's fitness to handle the rigors of re-entry into the atmosphere.
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08.03.05 - Spacewalking Astronaut Completes Repair
The crews of Discovery and the ISS completed a delicate operation to remove loose material sticking out between heat-shielding tiles on the Orbiter's belly.
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08.01.05 - Shuttle, Space Station News Conference
The nine space fliers aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery and the International Space Station will field media questions starting at 5:59 a.m. EDT, Tuesday. The news conference will be live on NASA TV.
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07.28.05 - Statement on Foam Shedding
"As with any unexpected occurrence, we will closely and thoroughly evaluate this event and make any needed modifications to the Shuttle before we launch again."
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07.27.05 - Agency Sets Online Web Stream Record
The STS-114 launch was one of the biggest events in Internet history, with 433,000 simultaneous webcast streams of NASA TV during the launch.
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07.27.05 - NASA Posts Shuttle Status Reports Online
NASA plans to issue and post status reports twice daily during the Return to Flight Space Shuttle mission (STS-114).
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07.26.05 - Space Shuttle Returns to Flight
NASA’s Space Shuttle Return to Flight mission (STS-114) is under way. Space Shuttle Discovery lifted off Tuesday from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Fla. at 10:39 a.m. EDT.
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