Archived video of NASA TV coverage (starts at 2h58m of the first video and continues at the beginning of the second one):linkhttp://www.ustream.tv/recorded/85706953linkhttp://www.ustream.tv/recorded/85710521
The archived Live ISS videos go further back in the timeline (starts at 30 minutes of the first video):linkhttp://www.ustream.tv/recorded/85706410linkhttp://www.ustream.tv/recorded/85709861
Is there any image survey of the Dragon's trunk planned soon? I think we all would like to see the inside of the trunk showing the hardware interface that held the BEAM. I'd like to see it, for sure. During the Shuttle program we were all acostumed to getting these well detailed hardware documentation, but with SpaceX it's a different story. Too bad.Any diagrams out there at least?
Hasn't happen yet. Won't for months.
I know this is off-topic, but is the former location of PMA-3 on Node 3 of the ISS planning to be used by anything in the future?https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6f/ISS_configuration_2011-05_en.svg/2000px-ISS_configuration_2011-05_en.svg.png
Quote from: QuantumG on 04/17/2016 08:37 amHasn't happen yet. Won't for months.Well -- inflation is scheduled for mid to late May. That's four to six weeks.Last I checked, you need at least two of something to refer to it in the plural...
Pleased to see this went well. So cool to finally have a new module on ISS after over half a decade without one.Trivia: More CBMs are now in use on ISS than ever before (only the Node 2 Zenith and Node 3 Zenith CBMs are currently unoccupied - and N3Z doesn't really count as it's not a usable CBM anyway).Attached in a graphic of what BEAM currently looks like in it's "deflated" configuration.Quote from: fredinno on 04/16/2016 06:35 amI know this is off-topic, but is the former location of PMA-3 on Node 3 of the ISS planning to be used by anything in the future?https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6f/ISS_configuration_2011-05_en.svg/2000px-ISS_configuration_2011-05_en.svg.pngI assume you're referring to Node 3 Port, which is PMA-3's current location, but will be unoccupied once PMA-3 is relocated to Node 2 Zenith?If so, then there is a proposal to put a small NanoRacks experiment airlock on that port - see this thread:http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=36955.0
From the ISS stream - Petals being opened on the Node 3 Aft CBM hatch, and a view of some alignment guides and hook.Credit to @Ian_Benecken on Twitter, and posted with his permission.
Now on YouTube (full webcast, almost an hour):