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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #140 on: 08/01/2008 02:15 PM »
two MPLM's
Looked like them, but thanks for confirming...so it's Raffaello and Donatello, given that Leonardo is already in the SSPF.

Speaking of which, a rack is going into Leonardo:

edit:  also a view of the MPLM's

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #141 on: 08/03/2008 09:46 AM »
At last!

I suppose Raffaello and Donatello were just sitting pretty much abandoned in the MPPF. So now there's enough room for all 3 of the MPLMs to be in the SPPF together now that most modules are now up on the ISS.

I suppose Leonardo will stay put, and one will use the Node 2 stand and the other on the Columbus stand.


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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #142 on: 08/03/2008 06:00 PM »
At last!

I suppose Raffaello and Donatello were just sitting pretty much abandoned in the MPPF. So now there's enough room for all 3 of the MPLMs to be in the SPPF together now that most modules are now up on the ISS.

I suppose Leonardo will stay put, and one will use the Node 2 stand and the other on the Columbus stand.

Then by that logic, Node 3 will go where Leonardo is right now...
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #143 on: 08/04/2008 08:28 AM »

I suppose Leonardo will stay put, and one will use the Node 2 stand and the other on the Columbus stand.

Then by that logic, Node 3 will go where Leonardo is right now...

I doubt it. Seeing as Node 2 and 3 are practically identical they would put Node 3 on the Node 2 stand, and therefore move an MPLM somewhere.

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #144 on: 08/04/2008 12:58 PM »
next MPLM is being lifted:
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #145 on: 08/04/2008 01:59 PM »
MPLM had now been lowered:
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #146 on: 08/04/2008 09:16 PM »
Was there a spill at the SSPF???
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #147 on: 08/04/2008 09:35 PM »
Was there a spill at the SSPF???

Maybe an antenna radiation pattern from a module in the SSPF??

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #148 on: 08/04/2008 11:41 PM »
Was there a spill at the SSPF???

No, just dispersion patterns if there was a leak during ammonia ops

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #149 on: 08/08/2008 02:07 PM »
Looks like the S6 truss:
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #150 on: 08/30/2008 08:54 PM »
Awfully interested in S6 today:

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #151 on: 08/30/2008 08:55 PM »
The last of S6, and cupola uncovered:

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #152 on: 10/01/2008 05:58 PM »
UPDATE: End cone has been put on Leonardo ready for STS-126.

Can't tell from the picture below which one is Rafaello and which is Donatello!

Also I'm not sure which stand these MPLMs are using. I think Columbus' has gone as the MPLM in it's place is in the blue stand. Also the MPLM next to it is in a new stand I think, as the Node 2 stand is still there...

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #153 on: 10/22/2008 02:49 PM »
Any idea's what this ist??
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #154 on: 10/22/2008 03:24 PM »
Any idea's what this ist??

I think it is part of the kibo exposed experiment facility:

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #155 on: 10/22/2008 05:37 PM »
Any idea's what this ist??

I think it is part of the kibo exposed experiment facility:

You're right. They're probably checking out the parts as it was only delivered last month, see this feature on NASA.gov:

http://www.nasa.gov/centers/kennedy/stationpayloads/kibo_ext.html


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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #156 on: 02/22/2009 02:11 PM »
Giving this thread a bump. Unfortunately I can't seem to connect to any of the webcam pages at the moment. Has anything interesting happened lately in the SSPF?

Thanks :)

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #157 on: 02/22/2009 02:36 PM »
Any idea's what this ist??

Judging by the size, it could be the SGANT ORU on ICC.

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #158 on: 02/22/2009 04:40 PM »
Giving this thread a bump. Unfortunately I can't seem to connect to any of the webcam pages at the moment. Has anything interesting happened lately in the SSPF?

Thanks :)

Seems to be a problem with everyone outside of the US (except China) the KSC science server appears to not be accepting the connections.  I have e-mailed Allard Beutel from the PAO at KSC, but I don't think I will get anything back until Monday at the earliest.
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #159 on: 02/23/2009 03:12 PM »
Giving this thread a bump. Unfortunately I can't seem to connect to any of the webcam pages at the moment. Has anything interesting happened lately in the SSPF?

Thanks :)

Seems to be a problem with everyone outside of the US (except China) the KSC science server appears to not be accepting the connections.  I have e-mailed Allard Beutel from the PAO at KSC, but I don't think I will get anything back until Monday at the earliest.

Yes, it's not the first time I've had this problem. I could couldn't connect for about 3 months in 2007!

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