Author Topic: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates  (Read 75851 times)

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #240 on: 09/02/2011 12:27 PM »
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #241 on: 10/25/2011 01:07 PM »
Something is going with the pegasus barge:

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #242 on: 10/25/2011 05:57 PM »
Something is going with the pegasus barge:



some of the barges were put up for sale, not sure about pegasus.

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #243 on: 10/27/2011 07:31 PM »
Something is going with the pegasus barge:


Unloading some kind of GSE from a trailer. Anyone know what kind of GSE it is?
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #244 on: 10/27/2011 07:46 PM »
Now loading the GSE onto the barge:
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #245 on: 01/05/2012 06:58 PM »
hmm, old shuttle pallet?

Edit: And the Node STA, Rafaello MPLM, and a Spacelab pallet visible in the SSPF
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #246 on: 01/05/2012 07:29 PM »
hmm, old shuttle pallet?

I know what that is - it's the External Airlock from Atlantis.
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #247 on: 01/20/2012 03:22 PM »
Looks like some ODS/APAS testing going on in the SSPF.

I don't know why - APAS is being phased out in favour of NDS now.
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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #248 on: 01/20/2012 06:51 PM »
They wouldn't be removing ordnance to make it safe for display, would they?

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Re: Modules currently in SSPF / Webcam updates
« Reply #249 on: 01/20/2012 07:28 PM »
Looks like some ODS/APAS testing going on in the SSPF.

I don't know why - APAS is being phased out in favour of NDS now.

Another thought, might be used for NDS/APAS adapter.  I know Boeing has decided to make CST-100 with APAS for right now, perhaps they would use one for early missions as well.

But as pointed above, probably ordinance safing.
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