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08.09.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #28
Discovery glided to a pre-dawn landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California this morning concluding a journey of 5.8 million miles, touching down at 7:11 a.m. CDT.
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08.08.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #27
Discovery's seven astronauts will spend another day in space after weather conditions at the Kennedy Space Center landing site prevented a return to Earth today.
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08.07.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #26
Discovery's Return to Flight mission is scheduled to conclude with a landing at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center early Monday morning.
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08.07.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #25
Discovery’s crew is spending what should be its last night in space, with an early morning landing planned Monday at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, concluding a voyage of 5.35 million miles.
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08.06.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #24
Discovery's astronauts will begin turning their attention toward coming back to Earth Monday by stowing equipment and verifying operation of the orbiter's flight control surfaces and system.
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08.06.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #23
Discovery is flying solo today, following its early morning departure from the International Space Station, concluding nine days of cooperative work between the two crews.
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08.06.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #22
After more than a week of working together in space, the Space Shuttle Discovery and International Space Station crews bid each other farewell tonight.
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08.05.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #21
Discovery astronauts and their hosts on the International Space Station undocked the Raffaello Multi-Purpose Logistics Module from the Station's Unity Node and reberthed it in the Shuttle's cargo bay.
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08.04.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #20
The STS-114 crew of Space Shuttle Discovery is slated to begin preparations for undocking and the final day with their International Space Station counterparts.
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08.04.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #19
Space Shuttle Discovery’s heat shield is cleared for the return to Earth early Monday after mission managers decided today that a fourth spacewalk to deal with a puffed out thermal blanket is unnecessary.
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08.03.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #18
After an eventful day supporting the third spacewalk of the mission, a light duty day of transfer activities, special events and time off lies ahead for the Space Shuttle Discovery crew as they begin their tenth day in space.
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08.03.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #17
Despite days of anticipation and intense planning, space-walking astronaut Steve Robinson made it look easy as he gently pulled two protruding gap fillers from between thermal protection tiles on Discovery's underside Wednesday morning.
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08.02.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #16
The Space Shuttle Discovery crew begins their ninth day in space with preparations for the third spacewalk of the mission.
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08.02.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #15
Space Shuttle mission managers Tuesday cleared Discovery’s wing leading edge heat shield for re-entry as they methodically deal with concerns over the protruding tile gap fillers.
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08.01.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #14
The Space Shuttle Discovery and International Space Station crews will continue transferring equipment and supplies between the two vehicles today.
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08.01.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #13
STS-114 mission managers Monday gave the go-ahead for astronauts to remove two protruding gap fillers in Discovery’s heat shield during a Wednesday space walk.
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07.31.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #12
Now spacewalk veterans, Astronauts Soichi Noguchi and Steve Robinson will step outside for the second of three planned spacewalks today at 3:14 a.m. CDT.
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07.31.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #11
The transfer of equipment and supplies from Discovery to the International Space Station and preparations for Monday’s planned spacewalk by Mission Specialists Soichi Noguchi and Steve Robinson were the focus of today's activities in space.
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07.30.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #10
Transfers of additional water and supplies to the International Space Station will continue Sunday as the crew aboard Space Shuttle Discovery begins Flight Day 6.
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07.30.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #09
Space Shuttle Discovery’s heat protective tiles and thermal blankets have been pronounced fit for entry after engineers reviewed the imagery and other data to judge their health.
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