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The Space Shuttle (Narrated by William Shatner)

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  • The Space Shuttle

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  • The Space Shuttle

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    An idea born in unsettled times becomes a feat of engineering excellence. The most complex machine ever built to bring humans to and from space and eventually construct the next stop on the road to space exploration.

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  • NASA Space Shuttle - Documentary narrated by William Shatner HD 80min

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    Since 1981, NASA space shuttles have been rocketing from the Florida coast into Earth orbit. The five orbiters - Columbia, Challenger, Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavour - have flown more than.

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    This video shows the last mission of the Atlantis launching into earth orbit on July 21, 2011 and landing for the last time after 5284862 miles of service.

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  • Space Shuttle Documentary Part 1/6

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    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

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  • Space Shuttle Documentary 1/8 Narrated by William Shatner

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    This feature-length documentary (divided into 10min segments) looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • The Space Shuttle

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    An idea born in unsettled times becomes a feat of engineering excellence. The most complex machine ever built to bring humans to and from space and .

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    Written and directed by Scott Hicks, this 1994 Discovery Channel documentary centers on the preparations and launch of STS-59 (Endeavour) by focusing on .

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  • Space Shuttle Documentary

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    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • The Space Shuttle

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    An idea born in unsettled times becomes a feat of engineering excellence. The most complex machine ever built to bring humans to and from space and eventually construct the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • The History Of The Space Shuttle - Space Documentary

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    Recent NASA Documentary narrated by William Shatner (Captain James T. Kirk from the Original 1960's Star Trek Series) about the Space Shuttle and its Great History.

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  • Space Shuttle Documentary Part 2/6

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    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

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  • William Shatner Documentary 2011 The Space Shuttle

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  • Space Shuttle Documentary Part 6/6

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    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • The Space Shuttle - Narrated By William Shatner

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    Courtesy: NASA. Narrated by William Shatner.

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  • Space Shuttle Documentary Part 4/6

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    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • The Space Shuttle Documentary with William Shatner

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    An idea born in unsettled times becomes a feat of engineering excellence. The most complex machine ever built to bring humans to and from space and eventually, construct the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary Part 5/6

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    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary Part 3/6

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    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Capt. Kirk Wakes Discovery Crew

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    William Shatner, the actor who played Captain James T. Kirk on the original Star Trek television series, provided a special message to the crew of space shuttle Discovery during the 3:23 a.m. EST wakeup call on Mon., Mar. 7. As Alexander Courage's Star Trek theme song played underneath, Shatner replaced the original television introduction with, Space, the final frontier. These have been the voyages of the Space Shuttle Discovery. Her 30 year mission: To seek out new science. To build new outposts. To bring nations together on the final frontier. To boldly go, and do, what no spacecraft has done before. The Theme from Star Trek received the second most votes in a public contest from a Top 40 list for NASA's Song Contest. Shatner recorded the custom introduction for Discovery's final voyage -- its 39th flight and 13th to the International Space Station.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary 6/8 Narrated by William Shatner

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    This feature-length documentary (at 10min segments) looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

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  • NASA Langley Turns 100 - New Documentary Narrated by William Shatner

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    A new documentary about NASA's Langley Research Center explores its storied history.

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  • Space Shuttle Columbia - Falling Star HD

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    On February 1, 2003, the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated over Texas and Louisiana during re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere, resulting in the death of all seven crew members.

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  • Space Shuttle: Final Countdown | History Documentary | Reel Truth History

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    July 21, 2011 marked the end of the space shuttle program, and with it, the end of an era. Over the last 30 years, the shuttles Atlantis, Columbia, Challenger, Discovery and Endeavour have had an enormous impact on humanity, evoking tears of wonder and sorrow, and transforming our understanding of our universe and our planet. Prepare for liftoff as we explore the shuttle program's extraordinary legacy, featuring rare, archival footage and compelling testimonies from the astronauts, NASA scientists, and designers who made it all possible.



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  • Engineering Connections - Space Shuttle | Science Documentary | Reel Truth Science

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    Richard Hammond reveals the engineering connections in NASA's Space Shuttle - the world's first re-usable space craft. He goes backstage at Kennedy Space Centre, in Florida, to discover how an organ pump, tram tracks, a WWII anti-sonar device, a camera iris and a cannonball all helped create the most technologically advanced machine ever engineered by man. Conceived in the early 1970's as the successor to the Apollo Moon missions, the Shuttle is a delivery system, designed to transport payloads such as the Hubble Telescope, and most of the International Space Station, into orbit, and return for its next cargo. The delivery van is the Orbiter - what most people call the Shuttle - which is mated with a huge external fuel tank and rocket boosters which are all jettisoned. Surviving the huge destructive forces of travelling to space and returning in usable form called for ingenious engineering compromises. The Shuttle is a rocket for the first part of its life, then morphs into a plane for the return journey.

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  • Space Shuttle: Final Countdown - Achievements & Tragedies | Science Documentary | Reel Truth Science

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    Space Shuttle: Final Countdown tells the definitive story of its era including all of its incredible achievements but also the devastating tragedies of Space Shuttle Challenger and Space Shuttle Columbia. Watch as NASA scientists, administrators, astronauts and Smithsonian Institution historians conduct interviews to explain how the Space Shuttle had an enormous impact on humanity and how it transformed our understanding of our universe and our planet.

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  • How did the Orbiter Vehicle work?

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    ⌚Timestamps:
    00:00 - Intro
    00:45 - Overview
    01:35 - Typical Mission
    04:03 - Orbiter Construction
    04:46 - Main Parts of Orbiter
    06:08 - Crew Compartment
    08:27 - Aft Fuselage
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  • Space Shuttle: A Remarkable Flying Machine

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    Astronauts: John W. Young and Robert L. Crippen Takes the viewer through the hours prior to launch of Space Shuttle Columbia, the world's first reusable spaceship, through lift-off, the successful maiden voyage, and landing at Rogers dry lakebed in California. All test objectives were met or exceeded by the astronauts and the vehicle.

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  • Space Shuttle: The Final Flight

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    Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley, and Mission Specialists Rex Walheim and Sandy Magnus share their experiences during STS-135, the final mission of Atlantis and the Space Shuttle Program. The STS-135 crew also offers historical account of the Space Shuttle Program's legacy, with a special appearance by astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson.

  • STS-135 Mission Highlights

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    A compilation video of key moments during the STS-135 mission to the ISS. Includes: the Rendezvous Pitch Maneuver, docking, flyaround, hatch opening, unpacking the multi-purpose logistics module Raffaello, and other highlights from this historic final space shuttle mission.

  • Space Shuttle Era: Main Engines

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    Producing 500,000 pounds of thrust from a package weighing only 7,500 pounds, the Space Shuttle Main Engines are one of the shining accomplishments of the shuttle program. The success did not come easily, though.

  • How We Nearly Lost A Third Shuttle | The Story Of Space Shuttle Atlantis | STS-27

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    This is the story of the space shuttle Atlantis on the STS-27 mission, now i know that this video is a bit different than what we usually do on this channel but ever since I was young the space shuttle has captivated me in a way that no other spacecraft has. 10 year old me was quite saddened to find out about the retirement of the space shuttle. I remember seeing the vehicles that was supposed to replace the space shuttle like the ares launch system and I just could not fathom why we were going back to a capsule from something as cool and majestic as the space shuttle. Even though the space shuttle was a product of the 1980s it looked futuristic. So yeah i have a soft spot for the space shuttle that's why I'm doing this video to look back at a little known sliver of space shuttle history.

    On the second of december 1988, Space shuttle atlantis was on the pad the at launch complex 39B, ready to launch into space, but this mission was no ordinary mission, hidden in the payload bay of the shuttle was a top secret military satellite, well it was top secret at the time, now we know what the payload was, it was a Lacrosse surveillance satellite. It was part of a series of terrestrial radar imaging satellites. But at the time the existence of the satellite was not known to many and it was top secret. Secrecy was woven into this launch, the exact launch time was only made known 24 hours before the launch, all the software they used was classified. I imagine that tensions were high for this launch; this was only the second flight after the loss of the space shuttle challenger and NASA was taking no chances, They did not go ahead with a launch on the previous day as the weather was too unruly. But on the second of december everything looked good. Atlantis went through her go no go polls and all the trans oceanic landing sites were put on alert, sites ranging from airports in england to morocco to diego garcia in the indian ocean, just in case she needed to make an emergency landing should something go wrong.

    At 9:30 am EST the main engines were lit and Atlantis started its journey to space. The launch went off without a hitch and the astronauts got to work. They used the space shuttles robotic arm to deploy the top secret satellite, but something went wrong and the crew had to do a secret space walk, to fix the issue, but the satellite was away and that was the end of that.

    On the 3rd of december 1988 the crew awoke to some troubling news, Their launch had not been as perfect as they had thought. Review of the launch footage had shown that a bit of the Insulator on the right hand solid rocket booster had broken away and the footage also showed the debris impacting the fragile thermal protection system of Atlantis. If the heat shield was damaged there was no way that atlantis would survive the fiery re-entry into the earth's atmosphere. The crew decided to use the mechanical arm to visually inspect the thermal protection system of the TPS, they looked at the forward part of the payload bay near the nose on the starboard side, all looked well the panels were in place, nothing out of the ordinary. But when they got to the belly of the orbiter they looked on in horror. Let me quote an astronaut on board “We could see that at least one tile had been completely blasted from the fuselage,” hundreds of tiles had white scars on them indicating damage, the loss of one tile was probably survivable but they had no idea as to the full extent of the damage that their shuttle had taken. The arm could not be maneuvered to look at the leading edge of the wing, the area that experienced the most heating on reentry. Mission specialist Richard Mullane radios NASA and

  • Ascent - Commemorating Shuttle

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    Photographic documentation of a Space Shuttle launch plays a critical role in the engineering analysis and evaluation process that takes place during each and every mission. Motion and Still images enable Shuttle engineers to visually identify off-nominal events and conditions requiring corrective action to ensure mission safety and success. This imagery also provides highly inspirational and educational insight to those outside the NASA family.

    This compilation of film and video presents the best of the best ground-based Shuttle motion imagery from STS-114, STS-117, and STS-124 missions. Rendered in the highest definition possible, this production is a tribute to the dozens of men and women of the Shuttle imaging team and the 30yrs of achievement of the Space Shuttle Program.

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  • Space Shuttle: The Recovery - 1988

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    Produced by Aviation Week Video, this documentary provides an inside account of the Challenger accident and its causes, and details management and equipment changes made to ensure the safety of upcoming shuttle missions. Also covers the recent launch, mission, and landing of the Discovery, the first shuttle mission since the Challenger.

  • Shuttles Boosters Recovered in HD

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    NASA has released the first ever up-close, high-definition video of Kennedy Space Center's solid rocket booster (SRB) recovery ships retrieving SRB segments from the Atlantic Ocean following a space shuttle launch. The unprecedented video is from the launch of the most recent shuttle mission, STS-133, Discovery's final flight, on Feb. 24.
    Following each space shuttle launch, crew members of Liberty Star and Freedom Star pull the spent boosters out of the ocean and return them to Hangar AF at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Once they are processed, the boosters are transported to Utah, where they are refurbished and stored, if needed.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary 2/8 Narrated by William Shatner

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    This feature-length documentary (at 10min segments) looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Bill Shatners Wake Up Call to the Space Shuttle Discovery

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    Special thanks to NASA for this video. If you haven't heard Bill Shatner's updated Star Trek monologue as the wake up call to the astronauts in the Space Shuttle Discovery here it is.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary 5/8 Narrated by William Shatner

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    This feature-length documentary (at 10min segments) looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary 4/8 Narrated by William Shatner

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    This feature-length documentary (at 10min segments) looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary 3/8 Narrated by William Shatner

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    This feature-length documentary (at 10min segments) looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary 7/8 Narrated by William Shatner

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    This feature-length documentary (at 10min segments) looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary 8/8 Narrated by William Shatner

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    This feature-length documentary (at 10min segments) looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASA's space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories, and eventually constructed the next stop on the road to space exploration.

  • Space Shuttle Documentary Part 4/6

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    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASAs space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories,.

    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASAs space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories,.

    This feature-length documentary looks at the history of the most complex machine ever built. For 30 years, NASAs space shuttle carried humans to and from space, launched amazing observatories,.

  • Star Treks Captain Kirk Wakes Up Discovery Shuttle Crew

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    Star Trek legend William Shatner provided the wake-up call for the crew of space shuttle Discovery - before it departed for its final ever flight.
    A specially recorded message from the actor replaced the music traditionally played to wake up the shuttle's crew on their last day at the International Space Station.
    It came ahead of Discovery's departure following a nine-day visit to the space station, where it had delivered a new storage room, a prototype robot and tons of supplies.

  • Universe Narrated by William Shatner

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    Narrated by William Shatner. This film shows a mysterious and incredibly violent universe. The footage illustrates almost inconceivable extremes of size and time, from galaxies to subatomic particles and from cosmic events that occurred millions of years ago to more contemporary microcosmic events that endure only one billionth of a second.

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  • Universe - Full Length Documentary Movie, William Shatner

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    Universe - Full Length Documentary Movie. Academy Award nominated documentary narrated by William Shatner. Tells the story of the universe, the life cycle of stars, black holes and cosmic matter. Watch classic movies at

  • Mysteries of the Universe - Narrated by Star Treks William Shatner

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    UNIVERSE (1976)



    National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 1257658, LI 255-HQ-220 - UNIVERSE - DVD Copied by Nick Stoller. Series: Headquarters' Films Relating to Aeronautics, compiled 1962 - 1981. This film shows a mysterious and incredibly violent universe. The footage illustrates almost inconceivable extremes of size and time, from galaxies to subatomic particles and from cosmic events that occurred millions of years ago to more contemporary microcosmic events that endure only one billionth of a second.
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    Creative Commons license: CC0 1.0 Universal

  • Journey To Space - Clip 1: History of the Shuttle Orbiter

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    Brilliantly narrated by film and television legend Sir Patrick Stewart, Journey To Space gives a sweeping overview of humanity's accomplishments in space, as well as our ongoing activities and future plans.

    Journey To Space puts into historical context the magnificent contributions made by the Space Shuttle program and its intrepid space pioneers. It uses the most spectacular space footage – including unique views of Earth and operations in space – such as deploying and repairing the Hubble Space Telescope. It then goes on to show how the shuttle launched and assembled the International Space Station (ISS). Together, these programs have taught us how to live, build and conduct science in space. The ISS will continue operating in space until 2024, and the film shows how it is building a foundation for the next giant leaps into space, concluding with a fascinating, realistic scenario of how astronauts will actually get to Mars, live there for long durations, and then return home after a two-and-a-half-year mission.

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  • Shatner-Narrated Shuttle Documentary Premieres July 1 on NTV

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    Space Shuttle, the full-length documentary narrated by William Shatner, will premiere this Friday, July 1, at 8 p.m. EDT on NASA Television.
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  • Space Shuttle Era: Crew Quarters

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    Take a rare look inside Astronaut Crew Quarters with former shuttle commander Bob Cabana as he shows the area where flight crews relaxed, ate and exercised in the days before launch.

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  • Space Shuttle Endeavour Launch

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    Space Shuttle Endeavor's 25th and final launch. View complete C-SPAN coverage here:

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