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JSC2006-E-43860 -- ISS Flight Control Room 1
Image above: The International Space Station's new Flight Control Room 1. Image credit: NASA

Station flight directors and others in Mission Control write about their missions as they prepare and support station operations.

MISSION JOURNALS
08.15.07 -
"Suni and Clay have both written about their typical day on board the ISS. I thought I would do the same, that is, describe the typical day of the lead flight director during an increment."
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06.01.07 -
"One thing I have learned over the years working at NASA is that while a rocket launch or a space walk may look like an amazing triumph of technology over environment, it is the people planning the activities that really make them work."
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05.27.07 -
"Ahhh, sitting console. The wind in your hair. The smell of the sea."
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05.26.07 -
"The desk phone rings and I answer it. There is a long pause with noise in the background."
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04.30.07 -
"It is amazing how time can literally fly in the space business."
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01.01.07 -
"It is times like this that I stop and think about how cool my job is."
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12.22.06 -
"Astronauts, flight controllers, engineers, scientists and flight directors. These are the people who make up a successful space mission."
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Final Farewells
The Expedition 15 and STS-117 crews bid each other farewell.
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Astronaut Suni Williams Bids Farewell to Station
At the end of her six-month stay aboard the International Space Station, astronaut Suni Williams shares her thoughts on exploration and sends heartfelt thanks to all the people that make the journey possible.
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