Author Topic: LIVE: STS-134 Flight Day 13-14 - CDRA, Farewells, Hatch Closure  (Read 57954 times)

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Not sure if this was played earlier, but they just played an Ascent Highlights video for Endeavour, much like the one for Discovery.

Another masterpiece like those of Max Q.

Hopefully they replay it tonight.
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FD 13 highlights coming up at the top of the hour
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Can anyone explain that cartoon?

Probably the APU issue, which is minor and I'll write up for FD14's article via cool MMT presentations in you know where.
Correct.  Had a similar occurrence on STS-114 with the same ALCA-2.

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Not sure if this was played earlier, but they just played an Ascent Highlights video for Endeavour, much like the one for Discovery.

Another masterpiece like those of Max Q.

Hopefully they replay it tonight.



...really beautiful  :)

Holi

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Epic again. STS-133's ascent section was the best ever, but this is still brilliant, and even has that debris at sep captured, which I've been struggling to capture as it's now related to STS-135 :)

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Stunning video, Music is very Narnia like to begin with.
- Aaron

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for Chris
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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wake up, song is "the Galaxy song"
« Last Edit: 05/28/2011 11:58 PM by Ronsmytheiii »
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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not the version played, but monty python did it best:

Edit: actual version by Clint black

« Last Edit: 05/29/2011 12:01 AM by Ronsmytheiii »
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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not the version played, but monty python did it best:
Yep, that's an Eric Idle original.  Can't get enough Python in space.

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for Chris

Looks almost like a shoulder bolt embedded into the foam of the stringer
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not the version played, but monty python did it best:
At the risk this might turn into a cultural argument, yes they did! ;D

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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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Flight Day 14 Execute Package:

http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/554384main_PAO_FD14_ExPkg.pdf

They left out the AMS/ELC....

But it wasn't a 'leftover' from shuttle  ;)
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not the version played, but monty python did it best:
At the risk this might turn into a cultural argument, yes they did! ;D

Or as President Obama said on his trip to Ireland,
Is Feider Linn!(Gailic translation of "Yes We can")
and NASA are the one of very few agencies that ever exceed rhetoric :)
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why does the PAO say that STORRM is for "future spacecraft"?  Just say Orion, its ok now :)
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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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why does the PAO say that STORRM is for "future spacecraft"?  Just say Orion, its ok now :)

He probably doesn't know whether to pronounce it "mip-siv" or "em pee see vee." :P

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CDRA is back in Tranquility module (ARS section I believe):

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