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Re: Modules currently in SSPF
« Reply #80 on: 10/24/2007 12:34 PM »
JEM Kibo modules:

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #81 on: 10/24/2007 12:34 PM »
And finally Dextre

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #82 on: 10/31/2007 08:51 PM »
S6!

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #83 on: 10/31/2007 09:15 PM »
Appears that Columbus has finally completed its SSPF processing, as the CMB end is now pretty thoroughly sealed in plastic sheets.

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #84 on: 10/31/2007 09:17 PM »
It goes into the cannister tomorrow.

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #85 on: 11/01/2007 12:44 PM »
Columbus is on the move.
I have found this link here in the forum:
http://science.ksc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/rrg2.pl?encoder/sspf.rm
Is this the only camera with a live video feed? Or habe the other cameras in the SSPF also a live video feed?
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RE: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #88 on: 11/01/2007 01:13 PM »
Columbus is on the move again...

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RE: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #89 on: 11/01/2007 01:38 PM »
Looks like she's going to the weighing station...

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RE: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #90 on: 11/01/2007 03:40 PM »
Columbus in payload canister!

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RE: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #91 on: 11/05/2007 07:14 PM »
I wonder what's going to happen to the Node 2 and Columbus proccessing stands?

Maybe the Node 2 one could be used for Node 3 when that arrives...and maybe the Colmbus one for an MPLM as they are the same basic structure and because  believe 2 of the MPLMs are still in the MPPF...

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RE: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #92 on: 11/05/2007 08:23 PM »
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I wonder what's going to happen to the Node 2 and Columbus proccessing stands?

Maybe the Node 2 one could be used for Node 3 when that arrives...and maybe the Colmbus one for an MPLM as they are the same basic structure and because  believe 2 of the MPLMs are still in the MPPF...

I think you're pretty much correct - if you've noticed, the Node 2 stand and rotation support framework was left intact with no hint that it's ready for disassembly. I'm not so sure about the MPLM/Columbus stand. They may transition it back over for an additional MPLM, but I'm not sure the future logistics-only flight schedule would warrant more than one MPLM being processed at a time.

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RE: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #93 on: 11/07/2007 05:38 PM »
Leonardo and both Kibo modules..

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #94 on: 11/08/2007 01:21 AM »
It appeared today that Kibo is finally done with processing (or close to it). All the plumbing pipes and hoses (and their support structures) around the hatch were removed today, and late this afternoon they were using the hatch closing support tool to close and latch the hatch.
(Not sure if it's for good, yet, but if they start sealing the hatch area with plastic sheets that might be a good clue.)

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #95 on: 11/08/2007 05:20 PM »
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It appeared today that Kibo is finally done with processing (or close to it). All the plumbing pipes and hoses (and their support structures) around the hatch were removed today, and late this afternoon they were using the hatch closing support tool to close and latch the hatch.
(Not sure if it's for good, yet, but if they start sealing the hatch area with plastic sheets that might be a good clue.)

Very quick processing, considering it was only delived this year!

I suppose lots of work was done on it in Japan before being delivered.... :)

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #96 on: 11/08/2007 05:31 PM »
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It appeared today that Kibo is finally done with processing (or close to it). All the plumbing pipes and hoses (and their support structures) around the hatch were removed today, and late this afternoon they were using the hatch closing support tool to close and latch the hatch.
(Not sure if it's for good, yet, but if they start sealing the hatch area with plastic sheets that might be a good clue.)

Very quick processing, considering it was only delived this year!

I suppose lots of work was done on it in Japan before being delivered.... :)

Say What? It was delivered in 1993!!
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #97 on: 11/08/2007 05:33 PM »
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #98 on: 11/08/2007 05:34 PM »
Whoops, I thought everyone was talking about the ELM-PS. Sorry!

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #99 on: 11/08/2007 07:00 PM »
Here's the module:

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