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  • Space Shuttle Discovery Landing

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  • Space Shuttle Discovery Launch STS-119 15 March 2009 HD

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    STS-119 (ISS assembly flight 15A) was a space shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS) which was flown by Space Shuttle Discovery during March 2009. It delivered and assembled the fourth starboard Integrated Truss Segment (S6), and the fourth set of solar arrays and batteries to the station. The launch took place on March 15, 2009, at 7:43 p.m. EDT. Discovery successfully landed on March 28, 2009, at 3:13 p.m. EDT.



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  • STS-128 Space Shuttle Discovery landing and turnaround at NASA AFRC / Dryden Flight Research Center

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    Multiple camera documentation of STS-128 Discovery landing and turnaround at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center. Crew: CDR: Frederick “Rick” Sturckow PLT: Kevin Ford MS1: Patrick ”Pat” Forrester MS2: Jose Hernandez MS3/EV3: Christer Fuglesang MS4/EV1: John Olivas MS5: Timothy “Tim” Kopra Highlights: • 34th night launch • 30th mission to the ISS (ISS 17A) • Delivered equipment and supplies using the “Leonardo” MPLM • 3 EVA’s • Orbital Altitude: 221.06 statute miles • Orbits: 218 (landed on 219) • 23rd night landing (7th at DFRC) • Duration: 13D 20H 53M 43S • Traveled: 5.70 million statute miles • Orbiter Turnaround: 8 Days • Ferry departure, DFRC: 9/19/2009




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    STS-128 Space Shuttle Discovery landing and turnaround at NASA AFRC / Dryden Flight Research Center

  • STS-119 Launch NASA-TV Coverage

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    From March 29th, 2009 NASA-TV Coverage of The 125th Space Shuttle Launch

    Launched At: 7:44:43 P.M E.T


    - Coverage begins exactly one hour till launch

    STS-119 Crew:

    Commander:Lee J. Archambault

    Pilot:Dominic A. Tony Antonelli

    Mission Specialist 1:Joseph M. Acaba

    Mission Specialist 2:Steven R. Swanson

    Mission Specialist 3:Richard R. Arnold

    Mission Specialist 4:John L. Phillips

    Mission Specialist 5:Koichi Wakata, JAXA
    Expedition 18

    Landing, ISS Flight Engineer:Sandra H. Magnus
    Expedition 18

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  • Space shuttle Discovery Orbiter Re-Entry and Landing simulation Part 1

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    A shuttle Re-Entry and landng I flew in Orbiter ... This flight has been broken up into 3 videos ...(Discovery Re-Entry 1, 2, and 3 ) ... Original STS-119 audio included ... Part 1 = de-orbit burn and the first phase of Re-Entry ... Part 2 = second phase of Re-Entry and Terminal Area Energy Management ... Part 3 = approach to the Heading Alignment Cylinder and landing ... This Re-Entry was flown manually ... Credits to Dr. Martin Schweiger the creator of Orbiter ... Also to the developers of shuttle fleet 4.1.5 ...

  • Space Shuttle Discovery Landing

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    Good news, there's a 'go' forecast at KSC, CAPCOM Rick Sturckow radioed from Mission Control. No precipitation concern inside of 30 miles, all the shower activity's kind of to the east of that 30-mile circle. The main concern is going to be fog. Fog is not in the forecast, but that's what we're having Fergie (astronaut Chris Ferguson) look at for the T-38 (weather assessment) flight.
    So it's going to be few (clouds) at 2,000 (feet), scattered 5,000, scattered 12,000, seven miles vis and the winds are zero-eight-zero (at) four, peak six knots, Sturckow said. So that's all good news. We'll keep an eye on the fog for the first opportunity.

    We understand, Houston, thanks a lot, commander Alan Poindexter replied from Discovery. That sounds like a great forecast.

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  • Welcome Back! Discovery Lands Safely at Kennedy

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    Space shuttle Discovery and seven astronauts ended a two-week journey of more than 6.2 million miles with a Tuesday morning landing at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Returning to Earth aboard the orbiter were STS-131 Commander Alan Poindexter, Pilot Jim Dutton, and Mission Specialists Stephanie Wilson, Rick Mastracchio, Clay Anderson, Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger and Naoko Yamazaki of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The STS-131 mission to the International Space Station included three spacewalks, the installation of equipment outside the ISS, and the transfer of thousands of pounds of cargo and supplies from the orbiter's payload bay to various locations on the station.

  • STS-119 Discovery Launch: Full Version

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    STS-119 Discovery Launch
    March 15, 2009

  • STS-119 Discovery Landing Replays

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    STS-119 Discovery Landing Replays

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  • Exclusive: STS-125 Landing HUD Cockpit View, Crew Audio

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    STS-125, or HST-SM4 (Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission 4), was the fifth and final space shuttle mission to the Hubble Space Telescope. The mission lasted a total of just under 13 days.

    Space Shuttle Atlantis carried two new instruments to the Hubble Space Telescope, the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph and the Wide Field Camera 3. The mission also replaced a Fine Guidance Sensor, six gyroscopes, and two battery unit modules to allow the telescope to continue to function at least through 2014, a date which was later updated to possibly until 2018 - a prediction which has fortunately been realized.

    The STS-125 crew also installed new thermal blanket insulating panels to provide improved thermal protection to Hubble, and a soft-capture mechanism that would aid in the safe de-orbiting of the telescope by an unmanned spacecraft at the end of its operational lifespan. Additionally, the mission carried an IMAX camera with which the crew documented the progress of the mission for the Hubble IMAX movie.

    The crew of STS-125 included three astronauts who had previous experience servicing Hubble. Scott Scooter Altman visited Hubble in 2002 as commander of STS-109, the fourth Hubble servicing mission. John Grunsfeld, an astronomer, had serviced Hubble twice, performing a total of five spacewalks on STS-103 in 1999 and STS-109. Michael Massimino had served with both Altman and Grunsfeld on STS-109, and had performed two spacewalks to service the telescope.

    After landing, NASA managers and engineers declared the mission a complete success. The completion of all the major objectives, as well as some that were not considered vital, upgraded the Hubble telescope to its most technologically advanced state since its launch nineteen years prior and made it more powerful than ever.

    STS-125 was the only visit to the Hubble Space Telescope for Atlantis; the telescope had been previously serviced twice by Discovery and once each by Columbia and Endeavor. The mission was the 30th flight of Space Shuttle Atlantis and also the first by Atlantis in over 14 years not to visit a space station, the last one being STS-66.

    Note: the description of this video originally contained an incorrect figure for the runway length.

  • STS-119 Discovery Landing

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    STS-119 Discovery Landing

  • STS-128 Landing

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    Space shuttle Discovery and its crew of seven astronauts ended a 14-day journey of more than 5.7 million miles with a 5:53 p.m. PDT landing Friday at Edwards Air Force Base in California.

  • Safe Landing Ends Atlantis Final Flight

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    STS-132 Commander Ken Ham and his five crewmates: Pilot Tony Antonelli and Mission Specialists Garrett Reisman, Steve Bowen, Mike Good and Piers Sellers are safely back on Earth after space shuttle Atlantis glided to a picture-perfect landing at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Fla. on Wednesday morning, May 26. It was Atlantis' 32nd and final flight, traveling a total of more than 120 million miles. The 12-day, STS-132 mission delivered the Russian Mini Research Module-1, Rassvet (dawn) to the International Space Station.

  • Space Shuttle Discovery Landing STS-119 Replay

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    Credit: NASA Kennedy Space Center

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  • STS-119 Space Shuttle Discovery Landing

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    STS-119 Discovery returned to Kennedy Space Center today after delivering the final set of solar arrays to the station. If a recognizable person appears in this video, use for commercial purposes may infringe a right of privacy or publicity. It may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA employees of a commercial product, process or service, or used in any other manner that might mislead. Accordingly, it is requested that if this video is used in advertising and other commercial promotion, layout and copy be submitted to NASA prior to release.

  • Shuttle Discovery STS-119 landing

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    Nasa's space shuttle Discovery landed at Kennedy Space Center in Florida after a 13-day mission to the International Space Station.

    Commander Lee Archambault led Discovery's crew of seven, along with Pilot Tony Antonelli, and Mission Specialists Joseph Acaba, John Phillips, Steve Swanson, Richard Arnold and Sandy Magnus on mission STS-119.

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  • Space Shuttle Flight 125 Post Flight Presentation

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    Space Shuttle Flight 125 (STS-119) Post Flight Presentation, narrated by the astronauts (25 minutes). Launch: March 15, 2009. Crew: Lee Archambault, Dominic A. Tony Antonelli, Joseph M. Acaba, Steven R. Swanson, Richard R. Arnold, John L. Phillips. Launching ISS Expedition 18 Crew: Koichi Wakata. Landing ISS Expedition 18 Crew: Sandra H. Magnus. Vehicle: Discovery.

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  • STS 119 Discovery Landing HD

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    Nasa footage of the landing of Space Shuttle Discovery

  • STS-119 Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery From T-1 to MECO

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    On March 15th, 2009 at 23:43pm UTC Space Shuttle Discovery launched to deliver the final truss and solar panel to the International Space Station.

  • Space shuttle Discovery Orbiter Re-Entry and Landing simulation Part 3

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    A shuttle Re-Entry and landng I flew in Orbiter ... This flight has been broken up into 3 videos ...(Discovery Re-Entry 1, 2, and 3 ) ... Original STS-119 audio included ... Part 1 = de-orbit burn and the first phase of Re-Entry ... Part 2 = second phase of Re-Entry and Terminal Area Energy Management ... Part 3 = approach to the Heading Alignment Cylinder and landing ... This Re-Entry was flown manually ... Credits to Dr. Martin Schweiger the creator of Orbiter ... Also to the developers of shuttle fleet 4.1.5 ...Get Orbiter here

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  • Space shuttle discovery landing

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    Space shuttle discovery landing at canady space centre by NASA it is a great moment for them to land space shuttle and reuse them

  • STS-119 Space Shuttle Discovery Landing

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    Space Shuttle Discovery completes its very successful mission STS-119 to the International Space Station to bring up the S6 truss segment and solar array. Landing took place at 3:13:45 p.m. EDT on runway 15 at the Kennedy Space Center. Discovery traveled a total of 5,304,000 miles 202 orbits of the earth and a mission elapsed time of 12 days, 19 hours, 29 minutes, 33 secs

  • STS-119 Discovery Landing on Kennedy Space Center Florida March 28th 2009 HD

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    The Space Shuttle Discovery returned from a 13-day mission in space which brought full power to the International Space Station (ISS) for full science.

  • Space Shuttle Discovery Landing

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  • Space shuttle Discovery Orbiter Re-Entry and Landing simulation Part 2

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    A shuttle Re-Entry and landng I flew in Orbiter ... This flight has been broken up into 3 videos ...(Discovery Re-Entry 1, 2, and 3 ) ... Original STS-119 audio included ... Part 1 = de-orbit burn and the first phase of Re-Entry ... Part 2 = second phase of Re-Entry and Terminal Area Energy Management ... Part 3 = approach to the Heading Alignment Cylinder and landing ... This Re-Entry was flown manually ... Credits to Dr. Martin Schweiger the creator of Orbiter ... Also to the developers of shuttle fleet 4.1.5 ...

  • STS-119 Landing

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    STS-119 Discovery returned to Kennedy Space Center after delivering the final set of solar arrays to the station.

  • Discovery STS-119 shuttle mission landing 090328

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  • NASA TV Uncut: STS-119 Space Shuttle Discovery Launch

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    NASA TV: STS-119 Space Shuttle Discovery Launch plus Replays from the Kennedy Space Center on March 15, 2009.

  • Space Shuttle Discovery STS-119 launch March 15, 2009 from banana creek VIP site

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    Space Shuttle Discovery STS-119 launch March 15, 2009 from the banana creek VIP site 3 miles away at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Was filmed in 1080 HD but was not uploaded to youtube in HD. I was lucky enough to get these VIP passes from NASA. I went down with two of my friends to watch. This was the video I filmed and YOU CAN NOT GET ANY CLOSER than this to a space shuttle launch. Just amazing to be that close. The video is great but there is no video or watching on tv that comes close to what the shuttle looks & feels like launching live right in front of you. The video and pictures can not capture the real brightness that you see with your eyes. STS-119 Discovery launched just a few minutes after sunset and even made our launch that much more beautiful! Check out a 25 minute Post Flight Presentation, narrated by the STS-119 astronauts the link takes you to the National Space Society's website.

  • Landing approach of NASA Space Shuttle Discovery STS-119 from Merritt Island / Kennedy Space Center

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    This is the approach of NASA's Space Shuttle Discovery STS-119 on March 28, 2009. Discovery landed at the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF) at Kennedy Space Center, Florida. Taped from the intersection of SR3 & SR402 on the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge.

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    Space shuttle Discovery STS-119 launch from Kennedy Space Center March 15, 2009

  • STS-119 Landing: 3/28/09

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    The landing of the Space Shuttle Discovery on a cloudy, windy day here in Florida. As was the case with the launch, I added in a clock on the lower right of the screen. It's in yellow...wanted to make it easy to read in the difficult conditions today.

  • STS-119 launch & landing

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    STS-119 launches after sunset. March 15, 2009.

  • Space Shuttle STS-119 Launch 3-15-09 HD 720p

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    STS-119 (ISS assembly flight 15A) was a space shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS) which was flown by Space Shuttle Discovery during March 2009. It delivered and assembled the fourth starboard Integrated Truss Segment (S6), and the fourth set of solar arrays and batteries to the station. The launch took place on March 15, 2009, at 7:43 p.m. EDT. Discovery successfully landed on March 28, 2009, at 3:13 p.m. EDT.

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  • Space Shuttle Discovery launches on mission STS-119

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    Space shuttle Discovery lifts off from launch complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center at 2343 GMT (7:43pm EDT) on March 15, 2009. It was carrying the fourth and final pair of solar arrays for the space station's giant truss structure.

  • 15 march 2009 sts 119 discovery lift off

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    space shuttle discovery lift off -- 6:43 p.m. cdt sunday 15 march 2009
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  • STS-119 DISCOVERY SPACE SHUTTLE LAUNCH

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    Shuttlesource.com presents the launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery on STS-119 on a mission to the International Space Station. For more NASA Space Shuttle video visit shuttlesource.com.

  • Space Shuttle Discovery STS-119 Landing March 28, 2009

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    This view is of the Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-119) returning to the Kennedy Space Center on March 28, 2009. The video is taken from Space View Park located off of US 1, Titusville, Florida. The public is not allowed access to the Kennedy Space Center to view landings of the shuttle and the park affords the best vantage point for viewing. Shuttle landings are difficult to view primarily because even partly cloudy skies inhibit one's ability to locate the shuttle as it is coming in for landing. On this particular landing the shuttle was delayed by one orbit due to high winds. As you view the video, note the double sonic boom that is the shuttle's signature arrival sound.

  • Space Shuttle Discovery Launch Replay Compilation

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    Space shuttle Discovery launched at 7:43 p.m. EDT Sunday on a mission to complete the power grid of the international space station. This 125th shuttle mission will deliver and install the final segment of the station's truss backbone and unfurl two giant solar wings.

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  • Space Shuttle Discovery Landing STS 119

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  • Real World: STS-119 Brings More Power to the Space Station

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    On our NASA site at:
    Meet two teachers turned astronauts who had important roles in the mission to update the solar arrays on the International Space Station. Find out how STS-119 carried the giant arrays that will allow the station to house a crew of six in the future.

  • STS-119 Space Shuttle Discovery Lands At Kennedy Space Center

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    - Space shuttle Discovery lands at the Shuttle Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center, Florida at the end of the STS-119 mission to the International Space Station. Discovery delivered the S6 integrated truss structure segment and final set of solar arrays to the space station. This video was shot by us from the KSC landing Facility control tower. Visit The Spacearium, for more spaceflight and NASA news and multimedia.

  • Space Shuttle Discovery STS -119

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    Space shuttle Discovery launches to the International Space Station, March 15, 2009.

  • Space Shuttle NASA Discovery Incredible Landing

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    Although the first landing opportunity at Kennedy was waved off because of high winds, Discovery glided to a perfect touchdown at Kennedy's Shuttle Landing Facility at 3:14 p.m. EDT March 28, successfully completing NASA's STS-119 mission.

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  • Space Shuttle Discovery STS 119 launches

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    Space Shuttle Discovery STS 119 launches

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  • STS-119 Rendezvous Pitch Maneuver

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    Space shuttle Discovery performs a back flip prior to docking to the space station.

  • NASA holds a Post Landing News Conference at the end of mission STS-119

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    NASA officials hold a news conference at the Kennedy Space Center Press Site following the landing of space shuttle Discovery at the end of mission STS-119 on March 28, 2009.

  • STS-119 Crew Farewell

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    The STS-119 and Expedition 18 crews bid one another farewell before closing hatches between the International Space Station and space shuttle Discovery.

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