Author Topic: LIVE: STS-134 Flight Day 16 - FCS C/Os, RCS Hot Fire, Media, Endeavour Tribute  (Read 39682 times)

Offline Ronsmytheiii

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there is one at 4:06 am local, will be -1.1 on station side, HEavens above has not updated after undocking so Endeavour is not showing up but should be close enough
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hey down there Chris!
"Every vision is a joke until the first man accomplishes it; once realized, it becomes commonplace." - Robert Goddard

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hey down there Chris!

Na, that pass was over Southern France, about a 600 miles too far south ;)

And it's already dawn break (and bloody cold), so that's a no go.

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They are going to passing over close to the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan

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hey down there Chris!

Na, that pass was over Southern France, about a 600 miles too far south ;)

And it's already dawn break (and bloody cold), so that's a no go.

ah sorry, like I mentioned the Heavens above page has not been updated in awhile so the times and placement are getting off.
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Offline Chris Bergin

First set of pulses were good with no anomalies.

No one has flagged up the debris by the way, so clearly no concern.


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Some live video from Endeavour again.


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No one has flagged up the debris by the way, so clearly no concern.

Saw it live before logging in, was a lot of debris/objects. I doubt they would say over NASA TV if it was a problem.

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No one has flagged up the debris by the way, so clearly no concern.

Saw it live before logging in, was a lot of debris/objects. I doubt they would say over NASA TV if it was a problem.

I know, I was talking about the people I know who are working the mission.

Was likely ice as she stretched her elevons for the first time in two weeks.


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No one has flagged up the debris by the way, so clearly no concern.

Saw it live before logging in, was a lot of debris/objects. I doubt they would say over NASA TV if it was a problem.

I know, I was talking about the people I know who are working the mission.

Was likely ice as she stretched her elevons for the first time in two weeks.
I thought the debris (what I also thought was ice) showed up at APU start, prior to the elevons moving.
As you said though, probably not an issue if it hasn't been noted.

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Pretty...

The view here is almost like as if your gazing out the window of your plane flight home after a busy week at work.
Tony De La Rosa

Offline Chris Bergin



No one has flagged up the debris by the way, so clearly no concern.

Saw it live before logging in, was a lot of debris/objects. I doubt they would say over NASA TV if it was a problem.

I know, I was talking about the people I know who are working the mission.

Was likely ice as she stretched her elevons for the first time in two weeks.
I thought the debris (what I also thought was ice) showed up at APU start, prior to the elevons moving.
As you said though, probably not an issue if it hasn't been noted.

Both and during I'd say. I assume the APU start gives off a bit of vibration?

Offline Chris Bergin

All quiet on the loop as Box and Commander Kelly take it in turns at playing SSM2007 (blatant advert alert! ;))

The Endeavour tribute will be next.

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And there you go:


Here's hoping for less "its" and more "hers".

Offline Chris Bergin

@astro_mike (Mass):

"Can't believe all of the spacewalks to build space station are now complete, took nearly 13 years but it all went bye in a blink"

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