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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 20
With a successful mission behind them, the STS-82 crew is getting set to return home to the Kennedy Space Center in the early morning hours Friday. Landing is planned for 12:50 a.m. CST with backup opportunities on succeeding orbits.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 19
With Discovery's flight control systems checked out and ready to support the Shuttle's return to Earth, the seven astronauts stowed their cabin and prepared for tomorrow's planned landing at the Kennedy Space Center.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 18
The STS-82 astronauts begin packing up their tools and preparing for the return trip home, having completed all their work with the Hubble Space Telescope and releasing it back into orbit.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 17
Discovery’s astronauts bid farewell to the Hubble Space Telescope early this morning as they placed the orbiting observatory back into its own orbit to continue its investigation of the far reaches of the universe.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 16
With an array of new instruments installed, the Hubble Space Telescope is ready to continue its 15-year mission to look deeply into the universe, once it is released from Space Shuttle Discovery later tonight.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 15
Early this morning, astronauts Mark Lee and Steve Smith completed a 5 hour, 17 minute spacewalk - the fifth spacewalk conducted over the past five days - to complete the servicing and refurbishment of the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 14
With all scheduled telescope work completed, two astronauts will go into the payload bay of Discovery one more time tonight to install extra protection over some aging insulation on the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 STS-81, Mission Control Center Status Report # 13
Following the completion of a 6 hour, 34 minute spacewalk by astronauts Greg Harbaugh and Joe Tanner early this morning, the replacement and installation of all the science and engineering components for the Hubble Space Telescope have been completed.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 12
The STS-82 astronauts will be adding some insulation repair work to their plans for tonight and tomorrow following a decision earlier today to conduct a fifth spacewalk during the Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 11
Mission managers decided this morning to add a fifth spacewalk to Discovery's flight to refurbish the Hubble Space Telescope to allow flight controllers and the astronauts time to repair tattered thermal insulation on the 12-ton observatory.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 10
With two spacewalks complete, the STS-82 crew has met the minimum success criteria for the second Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission, but still has plenty of work left to do.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 9
Early this morning, astronauts Greg Harbaugh and Joe Tanner completed a 7 hour, 27 minute spacewalk in the cargo bay of the Shuttle Discovery to replace and install several new engineering components in the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 8
Astronauts Greg Harbaugh and Joe Tanner will have their chance to venture into Discovery’s payload bay this evening when they perform a spacewalk to replace several engineering components in the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 7
Astronauts Mark Lee and Steve Smith worked throughout the night in the cargo bay of the Shuttle Discovery, conducting a spacewalk lasting six hours and 42 minutes to upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope, which now contains new science instruments for an expanded view of the universe.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 6
Two of Discovery’s astronauts are getting ready to venture into the payload bay this evening to perform the first of four spacewalks designed to service and upgrade the scientific capabilities of the Hubble Space Telescope.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 5
Discovery’s astronauts successfully retrieved the Hubble Space Telescope this morning, plucking the 12-ton observatory out of its orbit and berthed it on a special work platform at the rear of the Shuttle’s cargo bay for the start of four spacewalks tonight to install new scientific instruments and upgraded engineering components.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 4
With its aperture door closed and antennas secure, the Hubble Space Telescope is standing by to be plucked from its orbit for servicing by the STS-82 crew.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
Discovery’s seven astronauts spent their first full day on orbit preparing for tomorrow’s retrieval of the Hubble Space Telescope by checking out the Shuttle’s robot arm, surveying the payload bay worksites and testing the spacesuits that will be used for the four planned spacewalks beginning Thursday night.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 3
Discovery’s seven astronauts spent their first full day on orbit preparing for tomorrow’s retrieval of the Hubble Space Telescope by checking out the Shuttle’s robot arm, surveying the payload bay worksites and testing the spacesuits that will be used for the four planned spacewalks beginning Thursday night.
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 STS-82 Mission Control Center Status Report # 1
Right on time, Discovery and its seven astronauts lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center to begin their chase to rendezvous with and retrieve the Hubble Space Telescope for its second on-orbit servicing.
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