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07.29.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #08
Astronauts Soichi Noguchi and Steve Robinson will step outside for their first spacewalk, and the first of this mission, early Saturday.
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07.29.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #07
Space Shuttle and International Space Station crewmembers installed the Raffaello Multi-Purpose Logistics Module and began unloading the pressurized cargo carrier Friday.
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07.28.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #06
The first full day of joint Space Shuttle and International Space Station operations will be highlighted by installation of a cargo transportation module, additional orbiter heat shield inspections and spacewalk preparations.
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07.28.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #05
The Space Shuttle Discovery docked with the International Space Station smoothly and right on time Thursday morning, after doing a planned back flip so Station crewmembers could photograph its thermal protection system.
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07.27.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #04
Visitors on a Space Shuttle will arrive at the International Space Station for the first time in over two years today.
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07.27.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #03
Discovery crewmembers completed a camera survey of the heat shields of the leading edges of the orbiter's wings and its nose cone Wednesday. They also began preparations for Thursday's docking with the International Space Station and the mission’s spacewalks.
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07.27.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #02
The crew aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery has awakened to its first full day in space.
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07.26.05 - STS-114 MCC Status Report #01
Discovery launched into a clear Florida sky this morning, returning the Shuttle fleet to space and beginning a journey of exploration to the Moon, Mars and beyond.
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07.12.05 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
Just one day prior to the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery, closeouts and procedures are finalized for the liftoff of the Return to Flight mission, STS-114, to the International Space Station.
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07.11.05 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
Following the start of the countdown clock last night, the launch team began to work final procedures and closeouts for Discovery's launch to the International Space Station on mission STS-114.
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07.10.05 - Space Shuttle Processing Status Report
The launch countdown clock began at 6 p.m. EDT at the T-43 hour mark counting down toward a launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-114 on Wednesday at 3:51 p.m.
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