Author Topic: LIVE: STS-124 Flight Day 10 - JEM RMS final deploy/brake checkout  (Read 25973 times)

Offline Ronsmytheiii

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here's a pic taken through a Kibo portal
That's definately one for the desktop!!
let me know if you'd like a hi-rez version, as I have access to the hi-rez files for all of the photos I've been posting

How about uploading them on L2?  It doesn't resize them.
And this is a good reminder that just because one of your fellow space enthusiasts occasionally voices doubts about the SpaceX schedule announcements or is cautious about believing SpaceX has licked a problem before actually seeing proof that's true, it doesn't mean they hate SpaceX.

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How about uploading them on L2?  It doesn't resize them.
ah, yes. didn't think about that. I'm still somewhat new around here. I'll go ahead and repost the hi-rez over there.

(I'm happy to see that I haven't been reposting pics that Jester has already been uploading )

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Nyberg has become the only astronaut to operate 3 different robotic arms during the same mission.

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RMS brakes all ok.
« Last Edit: 06/09/2008 02:11 PM by marshallsplace »

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Nyberg has become the only astronaut to operate 3 different robotic arms during the same mission.
and here she is at the controls. that's quite a setup!

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Nyberg has become the only astronaut to operate 3 different robotic arms during the same mission.
and here she is at the controls. that's quite a setup!

that is the SSRMS, not the JEM-RMS
And this is a good reminder that just because one of your fellow space enthusiasts occasionally voices doubts about the SpaceX schedule announcements or is cautious about believing SpaceX has licked a problem before actually seeing proof that's true, it doesn't mean they hate SpaceX.

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OBSS meets JEM RMS:

Online Chris Bergin

Not far away from the BCMs R&R task.

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For everyone whose trying to watch via the public channel of NASA's web site, it seems to be working now.
<----First launch of DISCOVERY, STS-41D!!!!

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For everyone whose trying to watch via the public channel of NASA's web site, it seems to be working now.

Yep, seems to be ok now.

Outfitting tasks being conducted ahead of the opening of the Japanese Logistics Module "upstairs" of Kibo.

Online Chris Bergin

BCM R&R in Quest is due in 70 minutes time.

Offline Bubbinski

Here's a pic of JEM RMS in darkness.  I'll have access to NASA TV for another 10 mins. then off to work.
« Last Edit: 06/09/2008 03:48 PM by Bubbinski »
I'll even excitedly look forward to "flags and footprints" and suborbital missions. Just fly...somewhere.

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OBSS:

Online Chris Bergin

Wow time

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Mike Fossum's in the vicinity of the Quest airlock collecting tools to transfer to Discovery.

Offline Bubbinski

 Here's a shot of Kibo before I have to leave the computer:

« Last Edit: 06/09/2008 04:01 PM by Bubbinski »
I'll even excitedly look forward to "flags and footprints" and suborbital missions. Just fly...somewhere.

Online Chris Bergin

Cool views...

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Seems to be some sort of wire hanging off the side of the JEM RMS.

Online Chris Bergin

Gone in for a close up. So it's being evaluated.

Appears to be associated with the thermal blankets that were removed.

Offline eeergo

"It looks big, it looks like a flag, but it is not"

Creative Navias :)
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