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The name Joanie is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Joanie is:

SoulUrge Number: 3

People with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. They also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment.

Expression Number: 9

People with this name tend to be passionate, compassionate, intuitive, romantic, and to have magnetic personalities. They are usually humanitarian, broadminded and generous, and tend to follow professions where they can serve humanity. Because they are so affectionate and giving, they may be imposed on. They are romantic and easily fall in love, but may be easily hurt and are sometimes quick-tempered.

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Posted: February 19, 2007Aiming to uncover the physics that power the auroras that crown Earth's poles, five tiny probes have been launched into space for a synchronized orbital dance to locate where the trigger is pulled to create the eerily magnificent displays. The Delta 2 rocket lifts off at 6:01 p.m. EST (2301 GMT). Credit: Carleton Bailie for United Launch Alliance NASA's $200 million THEMIS mission blasted off just before sunset Saturday from Cape Canaveral's pad 17B aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta 2 rocket.The 73-minute flight of the three-stage launcher culminated off the northeastern coast of Australia, when the five probes were flung off their spinning carrier.Each of the 282-pound spacecraft is equipped with identical suites of instruments to examine the origin of space explosions known as substorms. The events start with the soup of ionized particles from the sun, called the solar wind, buffeting the Earth at a million miles per hour. Some of that energy gets trapped in the magnetic field, causing the field lines to stretch back in the direction opposite the sun like rubberbands. But when stretched too far the lines snap, releasing the energy that generates shimmering auroral displays."For over 30 years, the source location of these explosive energy releases has been sought after with great fervor. It is a question almost as old as space physics itself," said THEMIS principal investigator Vassilis Angelopoulos. "A substorm starts from a single point in space and progresses past the moon's orbit within minutes, so a single satellite cannot identify the substorm origin. The five-satellite constellation of THEMIS will finally identify the trigger location and the physics involved in substorms." "Substorms are what make the aurorae interesting," said John Bonnell, a plasma physicist and aurora specialist with THEMIS. "Without them, the greenish white sheets are static, like a cloud. Substorms make the sheets ripple and create different colors, such as red borders and colorful edge effects." "THEMIS is so important because the same fundamental physical process is seen around all planets, it happens on the sun in solar flares, and in astrophysical systems such as black holes," Angelopoulos said. "It's amazing that being so close to us, here at Earth, it is not understood yet." An artist's concept shows the five THEMIS probes in space. Credit: NASATHEMIS is the first NASA mission to launch five science satellites together aboard one rocket."They say good things come in small packages. I'd have to say these probes are great by that measure," said Peter Harvey, the THEMIS project manager from the University of California at Berkeley."They are powerful. It is amazing to think that these things will accelerate themselves over half-way to the moon. Each one has 40 percent of its weight as fuel. So it's able to change its orbit and go quite a distance."The probes are tough. They can take flying through the radiation belts and keep on going. They can take three-hour shadows of the Earth and keep every component inside warm while the outside is freezing cold."The probes are smart. Every one of them travels a vast distance from the Earth and can't do that in contact with the Earth. So it can't constantly telemeter. So each probe has to then detect the substorm, capture that data, compress it and then wait until it gets closer to Earth to transmit that data to the ground."The probes are really efficiently packed. Things are so jam-packed inside each probe that you can't fit your hand in between any two items."The probes were built by Swales Aerospace, and their measurements will be combined with a network of observatories across the northern U.S. and Canadian."I cannot explain all my excitement. This has been a truly exciting project -- building five spacecraft and 20 ground-based observatories, flying spacecraft in synchronized orbits. You couldn't ask for more," Harvey said. An artist's concept shows the five THEMIS probes in space. Credit: NASAThe craft will spend the next month activating their instruments. This fall, controllers will maneuver the probes into wide-ranging orbits to begin the sophisticated orbital ballet in which all five line up behind the Earth once every four days to hunt for the substorm trigger site. The main science-collecting period will occur during the winter.Saturday's launch marked the 72nd consecutive successful flight by a Delta 2 rocket since 1997 and the 125th success overall in the 127-flight history of the workhorse booster dating back to 1989. "The United Launch Alliance team is proud to support the science and robotic mission of NASA's space exploration program by successfully completing our first east coast launch," said Mike Gass, president and chief executive officer of ULA.The newly-formed United Launch Alliance now manages all Delta and Atlas rocket missions. ULA is the joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin that has combined the Delta and Atlas rocket fleets."This is the first of a total of 21 launches we have manifested in 2007 consisting of a dozen Delta 2s, six Atlas 5s and three Delta 4s from the east and west coasts," said Dan Collins, ULA chief operating officer. "As our team proved today, they are up to the task. By focusing on safe practices, customer needs and mission success, I believe 2007 will be a banner inaugural year for ULA." Next up is the Atlas 5 launch of six experimental satellites for the U.S. military. That liftoff from Cape Canaveral had been planned for February 22, but officials ordered a two-week delay while the Sea Launch failure investigation continues. The Atlas 5's RD-180 first stage main engine is derived from the Russian powerplant used on the Sea Launch Zenit boosters.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:DELTA ROCKET LAUNCHES THEMIS VIDEO:WIDE-SCREEN LAUNCH MOVIE FROM PRESS SITE VIDEO:WIDE-SCREEN LAUNCH MOVIE FROM PATRICK AFB VIDEO:WIDE-SCREEN LAUNCH MOVIE FROM PLAYALINDA BEACH VIDEO:SPACECRAFT SEPARATION CONFIRMED VIDEO:POST-LAUNCH COMMENTS VIDEO:FRIDAY'S LAUNCH ATTEMPT SCRUBBED VIDEO:PAD SERVICE GANTRY ROLLED BACK VIDEO:THEMIS MISSION SCIENCE PREVIEW VIDEO:WATCH THE PRE-LAUNCH NEWS CONFERENCE VIDEO:ROCKET NOSE CONE INSTALLED AROUND THEMIS VIDEO:SPACECRAFT MOUNTED ATOP DELTA ROCKET VIDEO:THEMIS DELIVERED TO THE LAUNCH PAD VIDEO:SECOND STAGE ATTACHED VIDEO:FIRST STAGE ERECTED MORE:Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. 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The shortened firings resulted in the rocket failing to achieve the proper altitude to deploy a pair of student-built nanosat experiments and a massive satellite mockup.The inquiry into the incident formally concluded with corrective actions to fix both the Delta 4-Medium and -Heavy rocket versions to prevent a repeat on future launches.Government and industry investigators said the bubbling started at the entrance of the liquid oxygen feedline where a filtration screen, the line's elbow bend and an internal gimbal strut altered the fuel flow. This changed the fluid's speed and decreased pressure as the liquid oxygen streamed from the tank.The Delta 4-Heavy features three Common Booster Core stages mounted together, each identical with a liquid oxygen tank on top, the large liquid hydrogen fuel tank accounting for three-quarters of the stage's length and a Rocketdyne RS-68 engine at the bottom.All three CBCs on the Heavy demo flight saw cavitation. The bubbles made their way five feet downstream from the liquid oxygen tanks to internal sensors used to tell the engines when the fuel supply is expended and command the shutoff sequence. The bubbles fooled the sensors into thinking the tanks were going dry and triggered the engine cutoff despite plenty of liquid oxygen still aboard."This feedline design has been present in all previous Delta 4 flights, but the unique combination of vehicle acceleration, liquid level in the tank and propellant flow rate for the Heavy mission reduced the fluid pressure enough to enable the creation of gaseous oxygen at this location as the tanks emptied," investigators determined."Further draining of the liquid oxygen tank worsened the conditions at the feedline inlet, causing the cavitation effect to extend further down the feedline. A pocket of gaseous oxygen continued to enlarge until it reached the Engine Cut-Off (ECO) sensors and caused the ECO sensors to momentarily indicate dry. This ECO sensor dry indication was sensed by the flight computer, which initiated the sequence to throttle-down and shut off the main engines as it is programmed to do."In reality, flight data showed that sufficient propellant remained in the tank to complete the planned first stage burn time."Despite extensive analytical work to understand the rocket's performance before the Heavy flight and even the first Delta 4-Medium in 2002, engineers did not look at the engine cutoff sensor area for possible cavitation."Based on a lot of previous experience we look very hard at cavitation at the inlet to the RS-68 engine, as that is the traditional place where cavitation might cause a problem. We did not look at this issue up at the top of the feedline where the ECO sensor is," Dan Collins, Boeing's Vice President of Expendable Launch Systems, said in a news conference Friday. The media briefing followed a remarkably open and forthcoming flow of information throughout the investigation that began immediately after the December 21 launch."We are as much at fault as Boeing in terms of not looking at this. Cavitation at the engines is a routine phenomenon. For whatever reason we did not think to look 100 feet up the LOX feedline," said Ken Holden, general manager of the EELV division at the federally-funded engineering support firm Aerospace Corp. "The nuances of this are such that it would not occur on each and every mission. It took a particular set of circumstances to bring this together."As part of the Heavy's investigation, engineers reviewed data from the earlier three Medium missions to see if bubbling occurred on those launches. The inaugural flight possibly experienced cavitation, however it did not trigger an engine shutdown."We have gone back and looked very hard at this phenomenon. There is a possibility that it may have occurred on one of the earlier flights," Collins said."We did not have the special instrumentation that was present on the Heavy demo, though, to know that for sure. There was absolutely no premature (engine cutoff), no signs of this at all. And when I say cavitation, it is possible that a very small vapor bubble well away from the engine cutoff sensors may have developed. There was absolutely no interaction with the cavitation and the engine cutoff sensors."Hardware and computer software changes are being ordered to increase the pressure in the liquid oxygen tank to counteract the pressure losses in the upper portion of the feedline, thereby removing the potential for bubbles forming. The earlier Delta 4 flights permitted the pressure to drop during the rocket's ascent. To raise the tank pressure later in the launch phase, the current pressure relief valve will be replaced with one having a higher pressure. Also, flight software will be modified to provide commands needed to increase the tank pressure later in the launch.Other alterations to onboard software include changes to guard against the engine cutoff sensors being tricked. The time in which the rocket's computer brain will begin accepting "dry" signals from the fuel lines will be moved later, the Air Force said."It's really a one-time fix that we will then carry through all vehicles going forward. We will have those completed over the next several months," Collins said.The next Delta 4 mission, using a Medium vehicle, does not require the fixes because its flight profile is deemed not susceptible to cavitation. That mid-to-late May launch will carry the next civilian geostationary weather satellite into orbit for the U.S. government from Cape Canaveral.The first rocket to receive the changes is stacked on the Space Launch Complex-6 pad at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California for a planned August 30 liftoff with a classified national security satellite payload.Schedules call for the next Heavy mission to occur on October 28 to deploy a missile-launch detection satellite, called DSP-23, from Cape Canaveral. Collins said the fixes won't delay the launch plans."All in all, the Heavy demo mission was successful in providing a wealth of vehicle design, environment and performance validation data. 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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: September 10, 2009 The Discovery astronauts were forced to pass up two landing opportunities Thursday because of dynamic, hard-to-predict weather at the Kennedy Space Center, delaying re-entry until Friday in hopes conditions will improve enough to permit a Florida landing.Already running one orbit late because of showers and thunderstorms near the shuttle landing strip, commander Frederick Sturckow was told to back out of re-entry preparations for a second and final opportunity at when entry Flight Director Richard Jones could not get comfortable with the forecast. The decision to wave off was made less than 10 minutes before the planned de-orbit rocket firing at 7:35 p.m."We are observed no go and forecast no go," astronaut Eric Boe radioed from mission control. "The showers we were hoping would die out, it just doesn't look like it's coming together for us. There's still some showers in the area.""OK, Houston, we copy that," Sturckow replied from Discovery. "We know everybody worked it as hard as they could and we'll look forward to trying again tomorrow."Sturckow, pilot Kevin Ford, flight engineer Jose Hernandez, Patrick Forrester, John "Danny" Olivas, European Space Agency astronaut Christer Fuglesang and returning space station flight engineer Timothy Kopra then began work to reopen Discovery's cargo bay doors, setting up for another 24 hours in space.NASA did not activate its backup landing site at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., for Thursday's landing attempt, but Jones may reconsider that strategy based on the forecast for Florida.Discovery has enough supplies to remain in orbit until Sunday at the latest, but NASA would bring the crew down, on one coast or the other, by Saturday if problems prevent a landing Friday.The Florida forecast calls for several days of unstable weather and Jones may decide to call up Edwards for a Friday landing, depending on how weather plays out.Here are all of Discovery's landing opportunities through Saturday at both Kennedy and Edwards (all times in EDT):ORBIT......DEORBIT.........LANDING.......SITE09/11217........04:45 PM........05:48 PM......Kennedy Space Center218........06:21 PM........07:23 PM......KSC219........07:50 PM........08:53 PM......Edwards Air Force Base220........09:26 PM........10:28 PM......EDW09/12233........05:04 PM........06:08 PM......KSC234........06:41 PM........07:43 PM......KSC235........08:10 PM........09:13 PM......EDW236........09:46 PM........10:48 PM......EDWAdditional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:WEATHER POSTPONES LANDING A DAY VIDEO:FIRST LANDING OPPORTUNITY WAVED OFF VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 13 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:PREVIEW OF DISCOVERY'S RE-ENTRY EXPERIMENT VIDEO:PRE-LANDING BRIEFING WITH ENTRY FLIGHT DIRECTOR VIDEO:CREW INTERVIEWS WITH CBS, ABC AND CNN VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS' HOME MOVIES: DAY 12 VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS' HOME MOVIES: DAY 11 VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS' HOME MOVIES: DAY 10-P2 VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 12 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:TUESDAY EVENING'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING 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BY CRAIG COVAULTSPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: September 7, 2009 A vaccine to protect people against Salmonella, a deadly bacteria that often contaminates food processing operations, is headed for human testing following commercial development in zero gravity on the space shuttle and International Space Station.Astrogenetix, the Austin, Texas based research company which funded the work, is in the process of applying to the Food and Drug Administration for human trials then, marketing of the space developed Salmonella drug.The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) says that Salmonella annually sickens about 7 million people alone in the U.S., hospitalizing 20,000 and killing about 500-700 of its victims. The disease costs the food processing industry billions of dollars annually in protective measures. And every month the CDC is forced to temporarily close plants and compel the recall of food products that may be contaminated bySalmonella. Color-enhanced scanning electron micrograph image shows live Salmonella bacteria (red) invading cultured human cells. Astrogenetix is developing a vaccine for Salmonella using gene removal pioneered on space shuttle missions to ISS. Credit: Rocky Mountain LaboratoriesWith the Salmonella results in hand, Astrogenetix is funding research specifically on STS-128 and future station missions to develop a vaccine for Mersa, a serious skin disease. The initial Mersa results are to be returned to Earth this week on board Discovery.In addition to a possible major advance in public health, the vaccine work could mark an historic and elusive milestone in space pharmaceutical research and materials processing.NASA has been trying for 35 years to make commercial pharmaceutical research one justification for its space station expenditures across the Skylab, Spacelab and International Space Station programs.With the station nearing completion and designated as a National Laboratory, the agency may have finally mastered a winning strategy. That plan now includes multiple companies lining up to fly drug and other materials research efforts on the major new research hardware just carried to the ISS by Discovery. STS-128 commander Rick Sturckow was imaged in cockpit of Discovery during one of three EVAs performed on the mission. Discovery will be undocked from the ISS tomorrow in preparation for its scheduled landing at Kennedy Thursday evening. Credit: NASABut can major advancements, like the space developed salmonella vaccine, also help cure what ailes NASA?Ironically this and other major new commercial interest in using the ISS is developing just as top managers and politicians increasingly cite the ISS as an albatross around NASA's neck.Some good news could not have come at a better time as most NASA officials fight to maintain funding just to keep the facility aloft beyond 2016 to at least 2020."We are very excited about theses Salmonella results that would not have been possible had we not had continuous access to space to the iterative studies necessary," says Jeanne Becker chief scientist at Astrogenetix.Discovery, which today is still docked to the ISS, carried several thousand pounds in new research hardware to the station to substantially increase its materials furnace and fluid laboratory capabilities. ESA astronaut Christer Fuglesang (top foreground) and NASA STS-128 astronaut Tim Kopra, install the new Minus Eighty Degree Laboratory (MELFI) Freezer on board the ISS Destiny laboratory. Credit: NASAThe strong U.S. and European commercial interest in the new facilities will also help generate a stronger user market for commercial unmanned launch and reentry and recovery services for the ISS after the shuttle retires, officials believe.The orbiter is to undock Tuesday at about 3:30 p.m. EDT. After a final survey for micrometeorite damage and a day of reentry thruster and flight control system checks, the crew will (weather permitting) prepare for a Kennedy Space Center landing Thursday at about 7:05 p.m. EDT.The new hardware includes a large Materials Science Research Rack (MSSR) furnace and Fluids Integrated Rack (FIR). It is coupled with a highly automated Light Microscopy Module (LMM) capable of examining the zero-g character of diverse fluids and materials. Advanced freezers important to preserving life sciences specimens for return to Earth were also launched to the ISS.Discovery also carried six U.S. materials samples to melt in the new furnace while European Space Agency provided 11. Many of the ESA samples involve titanium, says Martin Zell, head of ISS Utilization for ESA.Also pared with the Microscopy Module are two of an eventual six modules for the Glenn Research Center Constrained Vapor Bubble Experiment developed to study advanced heat pipe thermal conductivity systems.All of the hardware was carried in the Leonardo logistics laboratory to be removed from the ISS later today. What goes up must come down. Italian built Leonardo multipurpose logistics module that delivered major new materials and fluid processing facilities to station hangs on ISS manipulator arm above Discovery's payload bay with Earth's limb at sunset in background. Credit: NASAThe Salmonella breakthrough occurred when Astrogenetix, established by Astrotech, discovered that zero gravity increases the potency of the Salmonella bacteria. Astrogenetix then did space tests to determine which genes in Salmonella were responsible for this.The space testing narrowed the increased virulence to two genes in the bacteria. Those genes were then removed individually for space testing. The bacteria was fed to tiny research worms, which would die if they consumed bacteria with a specific gene. That testing resulted in discovery of the specific gene that causes Salmonella to cause disease.The company believes that by identifying that specific gene, its scientists can remove that specific gene from Salmonella bacteria reproducing in a ground laboratory. This would creating harmless salmonella bacteria that can be used to create a vaccine.The same gene removal research can be used to disable other disease-causing bacteria for other vaccine production."We're really on the forefront of something big here," said Thomas B. Pickens, Astrotech chief executive officer and chairman of the board for the Astrogenetix parent company.Astrogenetix will follow its Salmonella and Mersa research on Streptococcus pneumonia bacteria. They shuttle will also launch Enterococcus faecalis bacteria that can cause life threatening digestive ailments and the Listeria monocytogenes bacteria that can cause the digestive tract disease Listeriosis. The CDC says that the disease sickens thousands of people per year in the U.S. killing about 30 annually.Astrogenetix shuttle/station gene research will also be conducted on the bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which the CDC says causes troublesome skin diseases. Astrogenetix will target genes and proteins that can be used for therapeutic development. This will include work develop vaccines and antimicrobial and antibiotic drugs, the company says. Fluid Integrated Rack/Microscopy Module is pictured during prelaunch testing in Glenn Research Center Acoustic Testing Laboratory. The system will allow the zero-g processing of fluids and examination of diverse materials in highly automated microscopy system. A Vapor Bubble heat pipe experiment was also launched with the system on Discovery. Credit: NASAOther major developments in connection with STS-128 and the station's transition from assembly to laboratory operations include:-- U.S./European cooperation: The new Marshall Space Flight Center MSRR furnace will be a major new focal point of cooperative U.S./European research, says Julie Robinson ISS program scientist at the Johnson Space Center. That will involve at least for two years of joint work. But, eventually it will also involve extensive research proprietary to users from each side of the Atlantic and Japan, researchers agreed."This is a really exciting facility because there are a number of ways that metal alloys perform in microgravity that are completely different from the way that they form on Earth," she said."These are things important to industry like metals, alloys and polymers. So this MSRR furnace will be the first major facility that supports large scale materials science investigations by scientists around the world," says Robinson.-- Fluid physics objectives: The new Glenn Fluids Integrated Rack will allow major new research in areas like colloids, jells, capillary action, bubblers and phase changes, says Robinson. "These are all of the things that matter when you transfer fluids in a microgravity environment.""Fluid behaviors in zero-g 'matter' from a basic fundamental physics research standpoint and also from a from fluid system operations standpoint," Robinson says. This a fundamental area for the advancement of engineering in new space systems and breakthroughs in the science of fluid physics involved in all manner of ground based research.-- U.S. cell growth: Cell growth for medical and other life sciences research is an especially major new area of commercial fluid research soon getting underway much more extensively on the ISS, says Mark Uhran, NASA assistant administrator for the ISS. "Earlier we flew bioreactors to keep cells alive and propagating," he said. "We now, however, are at the edge of a new frontier" for experimentation that earlier researchers did not have enough time in orbit to fully exploit. The ISS with its new fluid and freezer facilities will allow much more such research, he said.-- NASA Announcement of Opportunities: A major AO has just been issued by the space agency seeking commercial, and other research projects for the new furnace and fluid racks, says Uhran. He expects more than 100 responses soon because industry now know the risk of flying space based research is far more manageable than it is was years ago. "We are very excited about the station's transition from the assembly phase to the science phase" Uhran says. He believes that enthusiasm is mirrored in the research communities outside of NASA, including commercial industry.-- European research: ESA also issued an AO for the new station research hardware somewhat earlier and "the response to it has been enormous," says Zell. " This means the user community is now convinced 'the ISS is really here' as a major laboratory." He said ESA has received about 300 letters of intent from industry and other users, a remarkably strong response.-- European technologies: Zell said many small companies are especially showing interest in developing efficient high performance electrical systems. These are aimed at development in zero-g of new materials that would help spur more efficient electrical power systems for use in new "green economies" he says.Traditional large aerospace companies like Rolls Royce have also submitted proposals for jet engine related materials improvements such as for titanium used in turbine blades. The European Dusen materials company has also submitted proposals, he says.-- U.S. medical heat pipes: A vapor bubble heat pipe experiment carried aloft by Discovery in connection with the Glenn fluids rack could result in development of brain implants for epilepsy patients, says Joe Plawsky, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute co investigator for the Glenn Vapor Bubble heat experiment.He said the ISS research would help engineers model how the design of heat pipe walls and other factors affect how heat pipe bubbles move, shifting warm or cool temperatures from one place to another.He and other researches are looking how such tiny heat pipe implants could slightly change the temperature of specific locations in the human bran to counter brain activity that causes epileptic symptoms.Becker of Astrogenetix and Uhran and Robinson of NASA along with Zell from ESA provided a detailed briefing on all the new developments at the Kennedy Space Center just prior to the launch of the STS-128. It was attended in person by only two journalists. Marshall Space Flight Center Materials Science Research Rack was cooperatively developed by NASA and ESA to provide the most advanced space processing facility ever developed. Hundreds of U.S./European researchers are in line to use the new facility that couple pioneer a whole new class of metals, glasses and semiconductor materials. Credit: NASAOne problem is that early in the shuttle program 25 years ago, companies like 3M Corp. and Battelle regularly briefed to standing room only news conferences. But none of the advancements they expected ever paid off and the media largely abandoned coverage of the space processing.Among the more "enthusiastic" forecasters that contributed to this was the Cambridge, Mass. Center for Space Policy where analyst Jeff Mamber predicted that by the year 2000, space pharmaceutical production would hit $27 billion in annual revenues, generating $5.4 billion in annual tax dollars.The center also predicted that by 2000, space processed glasses and semiconductor processing would reap $14 billion in annual revenues generating $600 million in tax dollars.Hindsight shows such predictions were ridiculous.A quarter of a century later, the completion of the ISS and its designation as a National Laboratory has increased the reliability of NASA commercial projections and partnerships, says Uhran."We did have a great partnership with 3M Corp.," he says. But now we have far broader collaboration and access to the National Laboratory structure.He says new agreements and collaboration with the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Dept, of Agriculture, the Food and Drug Administration and Veterans Administration provide a far stronger foundation for analysis of potential commercial collaboration than did the think tanks of old."We are really now finally on the home stretch" for major advancements in new materials and fluid processing in space, says Robinson.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:SUNDAY MORNING FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:POST-EVA MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 9 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:FUGLESANG'S HELMET-CAM COMES LOOSE VIDEO:ROUTING AVONICS CABLES FOR TRANQUILITY VIDEO:FAILED ORIENTATION SENSOR REMOVED VIDEO:WORK TO DEPLOY PAYLOAD MECHANISM VIDEO:EVA NO. 3 BEGINS VIDEO:SATURDAY MORNING FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS' HOME MOVIES: DAY 8 VIDEO:INTERNATIONAL CREW NEWS CONFERENCE VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 8 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:FRIDAY AFTERNOON'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:FRIDAY MORNING FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7: SPACEWALKERS COME BACK INSIDE HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7: MORE WORK WITH LEONARDO HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7: OLIVAS AND FUGLESANG ON EVA VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 7 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS' HOME MOVIES: DAY 7 VIDEO:POST-EVA MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:OLD TANK MOVED TO SHUTTLE FOR RECYCLING VIDEO:NEW TANK HOOKED UP TO STATION UMBILICALS VIDEO:CHRISTER FUGLESANG CARRIES NEW AMMONIA TANK VIDEO:PREPS IN SHUTTLE BAY TO UNPACK NEW AMMONIA TANK VIDEO:DANNY OLIVAS FLOATS OUT OF AIRLOCK TO START EVA VIDEO:THURSDAY MORNING FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:STEP-BY-STEP SUMMARY OF SPACEWALK NO. 2 HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 6: PREPPING FOR NEXT EVA HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 6: MOVING FROZEN SCIENCE HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 6: EMPTYING OUT LEONARDO HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5: SPACEWALKERS CELEBRATE HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5: OLIVAS AND STOTT ON EVA NO. 1 HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5: COLBERT TREADMILL UNPACKED HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5: SPACEWALKERS GET SUITED UP HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 4: LEONARDO MODULE OPENED HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 4: MOVING ITEMS FROM SHUTTLE VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 6 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS' HOME MOVIES: DAY 6 VIDEO:WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:WEDNESDAY MORNING FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 5 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:POST-EVA MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SPACEWALKERS PUT THIRD EXPERIMENT IN SHUTTLE VIDEO:BRIEFCASE-LIKE PACKAGE RETRIEVED FROM STATION VIDEO:EUROPEAN PAYLOAD MOVED FROM STATION TO SHUTTLE VIDEO:SPACEWALKERS FREE COOLANT TANK FROM TRUSS VIDEO:DANNY OLIVAS DISCONNECTS OLD AMMONIA TANK VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS EMERGE FROM AIRLOCK TO START EVA VIDEO:OVERVIEW OF FLIGHT DAY 5 ACTIVITIES VIDEO:STEP-BY-STEP SUMMARY OF SPACEWALK NO. 1 VIDEO:TUESDAY MORNING FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 4 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:MONDAY NIGHT'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:NARRATED OVERVIEW OF THE LEONARDO PAYLOAD VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS OPEN UP AND ENTER LEONARDO MODULE VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE OF LEONARDO MODULE'S INSTALLATION VIDEO:LEONARDO CARGO MODULE ATTACHED TO STATION VIDEO:MONDAY'S MISSION MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:MONDAY MORNING FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 3: NICOLE STOTT ABOARD STATION HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 3: UNITING STATION AND SHUTTLE HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 3: JOIN THE CREW DURING DOCKING HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 3: LIFE ON RENDEZVOUS DAY VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:SUNDAY NIGHT'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SHUTTLE CREW WELCOMED ABOARD STATION VIDEO:DOCKING RING RETRACTED TO JOIN TWO CRAFT VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE OF DOCKING FROM CENTERLINE VIDEO:SHUTTLE FLIES OUT IN FRONT OF STATION VIDEO:DISCOVERY PERFORMS 360-DEGREE BACKFLIP VIDEO:BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OF DISCOVERY APPROACHING VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE VIEW FROM SHUTTLE DOCKING PORT VIDEO:STATION CAMERA CATCHES DISCOVERY'S "TI BURN" VIDEO:SUNDAY'S MISSION MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:NARRATED PREVIEW OF RENDEZVOUS AND DOCKING VIDEO:THE MOON SINKS BELOW TAIL OF DISCOVERY VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS' HOME MOVIES: DAY 2 VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS' HOME MOVIES: DAY 1 VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:SATURDAY NIGHT'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:NARRATED PREVIEW OF SHUTTLE INSPECTIONS VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: INSIDE MISSION CONTROL ROOM VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: VAB ROOF VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PRESS SITE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD PERIMETER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: BEACH TRACKER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD CAEMRA 070 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD CAEMRA 071 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: UCS-23 TRACKER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PLAYALINDA BEACH VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD FRONT CAMERA VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE VIDEO:POST-LAUNCH BRIEFING VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:THE FULL LAUNCH EXPERIENCE VIDEO:LIFTOFF OF SPACE SHUTTLE DISCOVERY! 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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: November 19, 2009 The shuttle Atlantis' heat shield has been cleared for re-entry as is after an exhaustive review of data and imagery that showed no problems of any significance with the ship's protective tiles, its reinforced carbon carbon nose cap and wing leading edge panels, NASA officials said Thursday.The Damage Assessment Team, or DAT, presented a final summary to NASA's Mission Management Team, concluding the reinforced carbon carbon components, which experience the most extreme heating during entry, are "in great shape.""For the TPS (thermal protection system tiles and blankets), only four areas required further analysis," the MMT said in a summary message to the Atlantis astronauts. "These four areas were all very minor and cleared with standard analysis techniques."A block of time had been reserved Friday for a focused inspection if any problem areas were found that warranted additional scrutiny. Commander Charles Hobaugh and his crewmates were informed earlier Thursday that a focused inspection would not be required. Station Flight Director Brian Smith said the crew would put the extra time to good use."We launch a certain quantity of items on the shuttle that need to get transferred to the space station," he said. "We estimated on this flight we needed about 35 hours of that time. ... We build a baseline plan that doesn't accommodate much of that transfer time on flight day five (Friday) because we need to preserve that time for robotic operations associated with focused inspection."With those robotic operations deleted, we'll just pull some of that transfer time ahead and we'll get ahead of the game on that. Not all that exciting, but for those of us who worry about transfer at the end, because we're always racing at the end to get it done, we're very happy to see a lot of that time get put on flight day five. It's going to put us in a good posture."Saving time on another front, astronauts Michael Foreman and Robert Satcher completed the objectives of the crew's first spacewalk Thursday some two hours ahead of schedule. That allowed time for them to deploy a cargo mounting mechanism on the station's right-side solar power truss that had been scheduled for the crew's second spacewalk Saturday.Lead spacewalk officer Sarah Kazukiewicz Korona said a similar mechanism scheduled for deployment during a third and final spacewalk Monday will be moved up to Saturday and that a similar task scheduled for a future mission will be added to the final spacewalk.Satcher and Foreman mounted a spare S-band antenna assembly on the station to begin Thursday's spacewalk, finishing well ahead of schedule. Satcher then lubricated the latching snares used to secure payloads to a Japanese robot arm and the station's mobile transporter while Foreman completed an electrical connection left over from an earlier mission and routed antenna cables needed by a future assembly crew. He also installed an ammonia coolant line bracket and secured debris shields that had been temporarily tethered in place during an earlier mission."It was a fantastic EVA," said Kazukiewicz Korona.While the spacewalkers were busy outside the station, the lab crew was busy inside making preparations for the attachment of a new module in February. The module, known informally as node 3 and formally as Tranquility, originally was to be attached to the Earth-facing port of the Unity module. It will be attached instead to Unity's left-side hatch."So all the plumbing and the fluid lines, power and data lines, that were built down into the nadir location in node 1, we have to move all that to the port location which is where node 3's going to be attached," Smith said."So we brought up two huge bags worth of hardware that will help us route all the fluid lines, the air ventilation lines, power and data lines from the nadir location over to the port location. That work the crew was doing today and they got pretty far ahead on that. They're going to work a lot on that tomorrow and also on flight day six."Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:STEP-BY-STEP SUMMARY OF SPACEWALK NO. 1 VIDEO:THURSDAY MORNING FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:AERIAL LAUNCH AND SRB SPLASHDOWN FOOTAGE VIDEO:WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON'S MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:SPARE PARTS CARRIER INSTALLED ONTO STATION VIDEO:SHUTTLE ARM HANDS PALLET TO STATION'S ARM VIDEO:LOGISTICS CARRIER 1 UNBERTHED FROM SHUTTLE VIDEO:WEDNESDAY'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SHUTTLE CREW FLOATS INTO STATION VIDEO:ATLANTIS DOCKS TO THE SPACE STATION VIDEO:SPACE SHUTTLE PERFORMS 360-DEGREE BACKFLIP VIDEO:BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OF ATLANTIS APPROACHING VIDEO:SUMMARY OF THE SPARE PARTS PALLETS VIDEO:PREVIEW OF PALLET NO. 1 DELIVERY ON FLIGHT DAY 3 VIDEO:NARRATED PREVIEW OF RENDEZVOUS AND DOCKING VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:TUESDAY AFTERNOON'S MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:ROBOT ARM GRAPPLES LOGISTICS CARRIER 1 VIDEO:TUESDAY AFTERNOON'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:PREVIEW OF ACTIVITIES ON FLIGHT DAY 2 VIDEO:NARRATED TOUR OF THE PAYLOAD BAY VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: INSIDE MISSION CONTROL ROOM VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAYS: EXTERNAL TANK CAMERA VIDEO:POST-LAUNCH PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO:CREW FINISHES GETTING SUITED UP VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS LEAVE CREW QUARTERS VIDEO:LIFTOFF OF SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS! VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PRESS SITE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD PERIMETER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: BEACH TRACKER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD CAEMRA 070 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD CAEMRA 071 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: WEST TOWER SITE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: UCS-23 TRACKER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PLAYALINDA BEACH VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD FRONT CAMERA VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: VAB ROOF VIDEO:NARRATED REVIEW OF SHUTTLE'S PREPARATIONS VIDEO:NARRATED REVIEW OF PAYLOADS' PREPARATIONS VIDEO:STUNNING SUNSET ROLLBACK OF PAD GANTRY VIDEO:A LOOK AT SPACE STATION SCIENCE RESEARCH VIDEO:THE STS-129 PRE-LAUNCH PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO:COUNTDOWN PREVIEW AND WEATHER BRIEFING VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS ARRIVE FOR LAUNCH VIDEO:NARRATED MISSION OVERVIEW MOVIE VIDEO:MEET SHUTTLE ATLANTIS' ASTRONAUTS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS TOUR PAD'S CLEANROOM VIDEO:SHUTTLE EVACUATION PRACTICE VIDEO:CREW BOARDS SHUTTLE FOR TEST VIDEO:THE LAUNCH DAY SIMULATION BEGINS VIDEO:CREW ARRIVES FOR PRACTICE COUNTDOWN VIDEO:PAYLOADS DELIVERED TO PAD 39A VIDEO:PLACING PAYLOADS INTO TRANSPORTER VIDEO:FLIGHT READINESS REVIEW SETS LAUNCH DATE VIDEO:CREW BRIEFED ON EMERGENCY PROCEDURES VIDEO:TEST-DRIVING EMERGENCY ARMORED TANK VIDEO:CREW ARRIVES AT CAPE FOR TRAINING VIDEO:SHUTTLE AND STATION PROGRAM UPDATE VIDEO:THE STS-129 MISSION OVERVIEW BRIEFING VIDEO:PREVIEW BRIEFING ON MISSION'S SPACEWALKS VIDEO:THE ASTRONAUTS' PRE-FLIGHT NEWS BRIEFING VIDEO:SPACE SHUTTLE ROLLOUT IN FAST-FORWARD VIDEO:ATLANTIS TAKES PERCH ATOP PAD 39A VIDEO:ROLLOUT FROM ASSEMBLY BUILDING BEGINS VIDEO:SPACE SHUTTLE ASSEMBLY IN FAST-FORWARD VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE OF ATLANTIS ATTACHED TO FUEL TANK VIDEO:ATLANTIS LEAVES HANGAR FOR NEXT LAUNCH VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE OF ATLANTIS ARRIVING IN VAB VIDEO:CLOSING ATLANTIS' PAYLOAD BAY DOORS VIDEO:FUEL TANK ATTACHED TO SOLID ROCKETS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS MAKE A VISIT TO THE CAPE VIDEO:ORBITER DOCKING SYSTEM CHECKED OUT VIDEO:ATLANTIS' FUEL TANK UNLOADED FROM BARGE VIDEO:EXTERNAL TANK ARRIVES AT THE LAUNCH SITE STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.STS-133 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Discovery is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-133. Available in our store!Anniversary Shuttle PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This embroidered patch commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Program. The design features the space shuttle Columbia's historic maiden flight of April 12, 1981.Mercury anniversaryFree shipping to U.S. addresses!Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alan Shephard's historic Mercury mission with this collectors' item, the official commemorative embroidered patch. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Summaries of remaining space shuttle flights BY SPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: November 17, 2009Nov. 16, 2009 -- Atlantis (STS-129 / ULF-3) is flying on its 31st mission to stage spare components outside the station. The 11-day flight includes three spacewalks. The payload bay is carrying two large ExPRESS Logistics Carriers holding two spare gyroscopes, two nitrogen tank assemblies, two pump modules, an ammonia tank assembly, a spare latching end effector for the station's robotic arm, a spare trailing umbilical system for the Mobile Transporter and a high-pressure gas tank. NASA astronaut Nicole Stott will return home aboard Atlantis with its crew, which is led by commander Charlie Hobaugh. Joining Hobaugh aboard the shuttle are pilot Butch Wilmore, Stott, and mission specialists Leland Melvin, Randy Bresnik, Mike Foreman and Bobby Satcher. STS-129 marks the 31st shuttle mission devoted to station assembly.Feb. 4, 2010 -- Endeavour (STS-130 / 20A) will open 2010 with its 24th mission to deliver the final connecting node, Node 3, and the Cupola, a robotic control station with six windows around its sides and another in the center that provides a 360-degree view around the station. At least three spacewalks are planned during the 12-day mission. The 32nd station assembly mission by a shuttle will be led by George Zamka. Pilot Terry Virts and mission specialists Kay Hire, Steve Robinson, Nick Patrick and Bob Behnken will also fly on Endeavour.March 18, 2010 -- Discovery (STS-131 / 19A) begins its 38th mission as the second flight in 2010, carrying a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module filled with science racks that will be transferred to laboratories of the station. The 12-day mission will include at least three spacewalks to attach a spare ammonia tank assembly outside the station and return a European experiment that has been outside the Columbus module. It will be the 33rd shuttle mission to the station. The crew includes commander Alan Poindexter, pilot Jim Dutton, and mission specialists Rick Mastracchio, Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger, Clay Anderson, Stephanie Wilson and Naoko Yamazaki, a Japanese astronaut.May 14, 2010 -- Atlantis (STS-132 / ULF-4) will carry an integrated cargo carrier to deliver maintenance and assembly hardware on its 32nd and final mission. The equipment includes spare parts for space station systems. In addition, the second in a series of new pressurized components for Russia, called Mini-Research Module 1, will be permanently attached to the bottom port of the Zarya module. The Russian module also will carry U.S. pressurized cargo. Mini-Research Module 2, or Poisk launched to the station on a Soyuz rocket in November 2009.Additionally, at least three spacewalks are planned to stage spare components outside the station, including six spare batteries, a boom assembly for the Ku-band antenna and spares for the Canadian Dextre robotic arm extension. A radiator, airlock and European robotic arm for the Russian Multi-purpose Laboratory Module also are payloads on the flight. The laboratory module is scheduled for launch on a Russian rocket in 2011. The 11-day flight marks the 34th shuttle mission to the station. The STS-132 crew is led by Ken Ham. Other astronauts slated for the flight are pilot Tony Antonelli and mission specialists Steve Bowen, Mike Good, Piers Sellers and Garrett ReismanJuly 29, 2010 -- Endeavour's (STS-134 / ULF-6) 25th mission will carry the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer instrument and critical spare components that will be placed on the outside of the station. AMS will detect cosmic rays to search for dark matter and antimatter. The spare parts will be attached to ExPRESS Logistics Carrier 3. At least three spacewalks are planned to be carried out by the crew, which is headed by commander Mark Kelly. The pilot will be Greg H. Johnson and mission specialists will include Mike Fincke, the European Space Agency's Roberto Vittori, Drew Feustel and Greg Chamitoff. The 12-day mission will be the 35th shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will also be the final flight of shuttle Endeavour.Sept. 16, 2010 -- Discovery's (STS-133 / ULF-5) 39th mission will carry critical spare components that will be placed on the outside of the station. Those will include two S-band communications antennas, a high-pressure gas tank, additional spare parts for Dextre and micrometeoroid debris shields. Discovery will also deliver a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module and ExPRESS Logistics Carrier 4 to the station. Veteran astronaut Steve Lindsey will lead the crew of five. Other crew members include pilot Eric Boe, Al Drew, Mike Barratt, Tim Kopra and Nicole Stott. The 10-day mission will be the 36th visit of a shuttle to the international outpost. It will be the 134th and final space shuttle mission since 1981.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAYS: EXTERNAL TANK CAMERA VIDEO:POST-LAUNCH PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO:LIFTOFF OF SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS! 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The capsule is one of the key elements of returning astronauts to the Moon.Fallen Heroes Patch CollectionThe official patches from Apollo 1, the shuttle Challenger and Columbia crews are available in the store. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.STS-129 Mission CoverageSeven astronauts bring shuttle Atlantis back homeSpace shuttle Atlantis has returned from its penultimate voyage, one that delivered nearly 15 tons of spare parts and supplies meant to fortify the future of the International Space Station. The landing occurred Friday at 9:44 a.m. EST on Kennedy Space Center's Runway 33. - live updates! - for iPhonesPHOTOS: PHOTOS: (.pdf download)STORE: Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:SHUTTLE ATLANTIS LANDS IN FLORIDA VIDEO:OBJECT FALLS IN INFRARED VIDEO:POST-LANDING PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO:LANDING REPLAY: VIEW OUT THE PILOT'S WINDOW VIDEO:LANDING REPLAY: INSIDE MISSION CONTROL CENTER VIDEO:LANDING REPLAY: SOUTH END OF RUNWAY VIDEO:LANDING REPLAY: RUNWAY MID-FIELD VIDEO:LANDING REPLAY: EAST SIDE OF RUNWAY VIDEO:LANDING REPLAY: WEST SIDE OF RUNWAY VIDEO:LANDING REPLAY: LONG-RANGE TRACKER VIDEO:LANDING REPLAY: VEHICLE ASSEMBLY BUILDING Atlantis crew tests shuttle systems, preps for landingThe Atlantis astronauts worked through a busy Thanksgiving in space Thursday, testing the shuttle's re-entry systems and packing up for landing Friday at the Kennedy Space Center to close out a successful space station delivery mission. (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 11 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:PRE-LANDING MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:CREW INTERVIEWED BY ABC, LOS ANGELES AND TAMPA TV Shuttle undocks from International Space StationAtlantis and the International Space Station parted company at 4:53 a.m. EST Wednesday after a week-long visit by the shuttle that delivered two large pallets of spare parts meant to keep the outpost flying for many years to come. (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 10 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:UPDATE FROM MISSION MANAGEMENT TEAM VIDEO:WEDNESDAY'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:INSPECTION BOOM UNBERTHED FOR HEAT SHIELD CHECKS VIDEO:VIEWS OF ATLANTIS DURING FLYAROUND MANEUVER VIDEO:SHUTTLE ATLANTIS UNDOCKS FROM SPACE STATION VIDEO:PREVIEW OF ACTIVITIES ON FLIGHT DAY 10 Shuttle astronauts bid space station fliers farewellThe Atlantis astronauts used the shuttle's maneuvering thrusters to boost the International Space Station's altitude by more than a mile early Tuesday, participated in a change-of-command ceremony aboard the lab complex and then bid their station colleagues farewell before closing hatches to set the stage for undocking Wednesday. (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 9 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:TUESDAY'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:ATLANTIS ASTRONAUTS BID FAREWELL TO STATION CREW VIDEO:SPACE STATION EXPEDITION CHANGE OF COMMAND VIDEO:SHUTTLE AND STATION CREW JOINT CONFERENCE VIDEO:PREVIEW OF ACTIVITIES ON FLIGHT DAY 9 VIDEO:TUESDAY MORNING'S FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW Reliving shuttle Atlantis' beautiful afternoon ascentOnboard rocket camera footage always dazzles and the video from shuttle Atlantis' external fuel tank and solid boosters didn't disappoint. The inspiring views of the spacecraft rocketing toward orbit are presented here for Spaceflight Now+Plus with launch audio.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:LEFT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING UPWARD VIDEO:LEFT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING INBOARD VIDEO:LEFT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING DOWNWARD VIDEO:RIGHT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING UPWARD VIDEO:RIGHT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING INBOARD VIDEO:RIGHT-HAND BOOSTER CAMERA LOOKING DOWNWARD VIDEO:EXTERNAL TANK CAMERA FROM LIFTOFF TO SEPARATION MORE:Third and final spacewalk of the shuttle Atlantis flightAstronauts Bobby Satcher and Randy Bresnik took a five-hour, 42-minute spacewalk Monday to install an oxygen tank on the International Space Station's Quest airlock module, set up a materials science space exposure experiment and carry out a variety of station assembly get-ahead tasks. (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 8 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:MONDAY'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:ENDING OF MISSION'S THIRD AND FINAL SPACEWALK VIDEO:SPACEWALKERS INSTALL OXYGEN TANK ONTO AIRLOCK VIDEO:HIGH-PRESSURE OXYGEN TANK REMOVED FROM PALLET VIDEO:GATHERING SCIENCE CASES FROM SHUTTLE BAY VIDEO:PREVIEW OF ACTIVITIES ON FLIGHT DAY 8 VIDEO:MONDAY MORNING'S FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW Atlantis astronaut's wife delivers a baby girlAstronaut Randy Bresnik carried out a spacewalk Saturday awaiting word of the birth of his second child. Responding to a wake-up call from Houston early Sunday, he delivered the news that his wife Rebecca had given birth, saying "good morning, Houston. Good morning, Rebecca, good morning, Wyatt, and good morning to our little girl." (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 7 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:PRE-FLIGHT INTERVIEW WITH RANDY AND REBECCA VIDEO:BIRTH OF BABY BRESNIK ANNOUNCED FROM ORBIT VIDEO:EDUCATIONAL EVENT WITH TENNESSEE TECH UNIVERSITY VIDEO:WASHINGTON, TAMPA AND CHICAGO MEDIA INTERVIEWS VIDEO:SUNDAY MORNING'S FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 6 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE Astronauts perform mission's second spacewalkSpace shuttle Atlantis crew members Mike Foreman and Randy Bresnik completed a six-hour spacewalk Saturday that installed an experimental communications antenna package and wireless video relay, moved a measurement probe, deployed two external payload attachment fixtures for future use, plus a few other odds and ends. One final EVA of the mission is planned for Monday.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:SATURDAY'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SPACEWALKERS INSTALL WIRELESS VIDEO ANTENNA VIDEO:MEASUREMENT PROBE RELOCATED ON STATION TRUSSES VIDEO:EXPERIMENTAL COMMUNICATION PACKAGE INSTALLED VIDEO:SECOND SPARE PARTS PALLET MOVED TO STATION VIDEO:STEP-BY-STEP SUMMARY OF SPACEWALK NO. 2 VIDEO:PREVIEW OF ACTIVITIES ON FLIGHT DAY 6 VIDEO:SATURDAY MORNING'S FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 5 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE Improved station gyros delivered on AtlantisAmong the most critical spares being transferred from the shuttle to the International Space Station on STS-129 are two 600-pound control moment gyros built by Boeing and L3 Communications.NASA assumes ownership of next station moduleThe European Space Agency formally handed over ownership of the Tranquility module to NASA on Friday, two-and-a-half months before the connecting node's February launch on shuttle Endeavour.Crews work inside station; Bresnik awaits birth newsThe Atlantis astronauts worked through another day in space Friday, transferring equipment from the shuttle to the International Space Station and making preparations for a second spacewalk Saturday. Shuttle flight engineer Randolph Bresnik, meanwhile, awaited word from Earth on the birth of his second child, a girl, scheduled for delivery Friday two weeks ahead of his wife's December due date. (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:FRIDAY'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:ESPN, BET AND RICHMOND TV INTERVIEWS VIDEO:MELVIN AND SATCHER ON MORNING RADIO SHOW VIDEO:CBS, NASHVILLE TV AND FOX RADIO INTERVIEWS VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 4 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE Spacewalk No. 1 a success; Atlantis' heat shield clearedAstronauts Mike Foreman and Bobby Satcher completed a six-hour, 37-minute spacewalk Thursday to install a spare S-band antenna assembly on the International Space Station, lubricate robotic snares used to grip payloads and equipment and work on cable runs and connections. The tasks were finished with two hours to spare, allowing the crew to deploy an external payload attachment fixture as a bonus task. (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:THURSDAY'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SPAEWALKERS HAMMER STUCK BRACE ON TRUSS VIDEO:MAINTENANCE WORK ON JAPANESE ROBOT ARM VIDEO:ENJOYING THE VIEW OF SHUTTLE AND STATION VIDEO:REFURBISHED S-BAND ANTENNA INSTALLED VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS MOVE ANTENNA FROM SHUTTLE VIDEO:SPACEWALK NO. 1 GETS UNDERWAY VIDEO:STEP-BY-STEP SUMMARY OF SPACEWALK NO. 1 VIDEO:PREVIEW OF ACTIVITIES ON FLIGHT DAY 4 VIDEO:THURSDAY MORNING'S FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE Atlantis streaks to successful station linkupSpace shuttle Atlantis arrived at the International Space Station with a smooth docking at 11:51 a.m. EST. A few hours later, the astronauts successfully removed the first of two pallet-like carriers from the payload bay and installed it onto the station, giving the outpost a new stockpile of spare parts for the future. (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:AERIAL LAUNCH AND SRB SPLASHDOWN FOOTAGE VIDEO:WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON'S MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:SPARE PARTS CARRIER INSTALLED ONTO STATION VIDEO:SHUTTLE ARM HANDS PALLET TO STATION'S ARM VIDEO:LOGISTICS CARRIER 1 UNBERTHED FROM SHUTTLE VIDEO:WEDNESDAY'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SHUTTLE CREW FLOATS INTO STATION VIDEO:ATLANTIS DOCKS TO THE SPACE STATION VIDEO:SPACE SHUTTLE PERFORMS 360-DEGREE BACKFLIP VIDEO:BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OF ATLANTIS APPROACHING VIDEO:SUMMARY OF THE SPARE PARTS PALLETS VIDEO:PREVIEW OF PALLET NO. 1 DELIVERY ON FLIGHT DAY 3 VIDEO:NARRATED PREVIEW OF RENDEZVOUS AND DOCKING Astronauts give Atlantis full post-launch inspectionA preliminary assessment of ascent imagery and data beamed down during an inspection of the shuttle Atlantis' nose cap and wing leading edge panels shows no signs of any significant heat shield damage, the chairman of NASA's Mission Management Team said Tuesday. (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:TUESDAY AFTERNOON'S MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:ROBOT ARM GRAPPLES LOGISTICS CARRIER 1 VIDEO:TUESDAY AFTERNOON'S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:PREVIEW OF ACTIVITIES ON FLIGHT DAY 2 VIDEO:NARRATED TOUR OF THE PAYLOAD BAY VIDEO:THE FLIGHT DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: INSIDE MISSION CONTROL ROOM VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAYS: EXTERNAL TANK CAMERA VIDEO:POST-LAUNCH PRESS CONFERENCE Atlantis safely ascends on station supply missionThe space shuttle Atlantis launched from Kennedy Space Center precisely on-time Monday at 2:28 p.m. EST (1928 GMT) on a mission to deliver critical spare parts to the International Space Station. Visit our Mission Status Center for play-by-play updates and live streaming video of the voyage.PHOTOS: PHOTOS: PHOTOS: (.pdf download)Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:CREW FINISHES GETTING SUITED UP VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS LEAVE CREW QUARTERS VIDEO:LIFTOFF OF SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS! VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PRESS SITE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD PERIMETER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: BEACH TRACKER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD CAEMRA 070 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD CAEMRA 071 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: WEST TOWER SITE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: UCS-23 TRACKER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PLAYALINDA BEACH VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD FRONT CAMERA VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: VAB ROOF VIDEO:NARRATED REVIEW OF SHUTTLE'S PREPARATIONS VIDEO:NARRATED REVIEW OF PAYLOADS' PREPARATIONS VIDEO:STUNNING SUNSET ROLLBACK OF PAD GANTRY VIDEO:A LOOK AT SPACE STATION SCIENCE RESEARCH Atlantis mission to fortify future of the space stationWith the shuttle program entering its final year of operation, engineers are readying Atlantis for launch Monday on a three-spacewalk mission to deliver 15 tons of spare parts and equipment to the International Space Station as a hedge against failures when the shuttle is no longer available for service calls. - live updates! (.pdf download)STORE: Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:THE STS-129 PRE-LAUNCH PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO:COUNTDOWN PREVIEW AND WEATHER BRIEFING VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS ARRIVE FOR LAUNCH VIDEO:NARRATED MISSION OVERVIEW MOVIE VIDEO:MEET SHUTTLE ATLANTIS' ASTRONAUTS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS TOUR PAD'S CLEANROOM VIDEO:SHUTTLE EVACUATION PRACTICE VIDEO:CREW BOARDS SHUTTLE FOR TEST VIDEO:THE LAUNCH DAY SIMULATION BEGINS VIDEO:CREW ARRIVES FOR PRACTICE COUNTDOWN VIDEO:CREW BRIEFED ON EMERGENCY PROCEDURES VIDEO:TEST-DRIVING EMERGENCY ARMORED TANK VIDEO:PAYLOADS DELIVERED TO PAD 39A VIDEO:PLACING PAYLOADS INTO TRANSPORTER Countdown begins ticking for Monday's shuttle launchAiming for a Monday afternoon launch toward the International Space Station, the six astronauts to fly aboard shuttle Atlantis traveled to the Kennedy Space Center on Thursday. The launch team gathered in the Firing Room 4 and started the countdown at 1 p.m. EST Friday. - live updates! (.pdf download)STORE: Poisk module adds room to International Space StationTwo days after launching from Kazakhstan, a new Russian module arrived at the International Space Station on Thursday to give the complex another docking port and a platform for spacewalks and science experiments.Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:POISK MODULE DOCKS TO THE SPACE STATION Atlantis crew finishes mock countdown on launch padWith just under two weeks left to go until their scheduled blastoff, the six Atlantis astronauts climbed aboard the space shuttle Tuesday for a dress rehearsal at launch pad 39A. Atlantis is scheduled to lift off Nov. 16 on a space station resupply mission.Shuttle Atlantis tentatively cleared for Nov. 16 launchNASA managers met at the Kennedy Space Center Thursday and tentatively cleared the shuttle Atlantis for launch Nov. 16 on a three-spacewalk mission to deliver nearly 15 tons of spare parts and supplies to the International Space Station.STORE: Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:FLIGHT READINESS REVIEW SETS LAUNCH DATE NASA puts priority on Ares test ahead of AtlantisNASA managers met early Monday and agreed the Ares 1-X flight was now NASA's top near-term priority. Because many engineers supporting the Ares test also are needed for shuttle processing, officials have moved Atlantis' "no-earlier-than" launch date from Nov. 12 to Nov. 16.IMAGES: STORE: Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:SPACE SHUTTLE ROLLOUT IN FAST-FORWARD VIDEO:CREW ARRIVES AT CAPE FOR TRAINING NASA looks to relieve space station traffic bottlenecksIn an attempt to alleviate tightly stacked space missions, managers are re-evaluating a long-standing policy banning other spacecraft from arriving or leaving the International Space Station while the space shuttle is docked to the complex.Atlantis rolls to launch pad 39A for November missionAfter spending the past week inside the Vehicle Assembly Building being attached to its fuel tank, twin rocket boosters and mobile launching platform, space shuttle Atlantis journeyed to Kennedy Space Center's pad 39A on Wednesday for a November space station mission.IMAGES: STORE: Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:SPACE SHUTTLE ASSEMBLY IN FAST-FORWARD VIDEO:ATLANTIS TAKES PERCH ATOP PAD 39A VIDEO:ROLLOUT FROM ASSEMBLY BUILDING BEGINS Shuttle Atlantis to spend extra day in the VABSpace shuttle Atlantis has been hooked up to its external tank and solid rocket boosters atop a mobile launching platform inside the Vehicle Assembly Building. But NASA has reassessed the schedule and delayed rollout to pad 39A until Wednesday morning.STORE: Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE OF ATLANTIS ATTACHED TO FUEL TANK Crane issue delays shuttle Atlantis attachment to tankAfter being moved from its hangar to the Vehicle Assembly Building on Tuesday morning, shuttle Atlantis' planned late-night hoisting into position for attachment to its fuel tank and boosters was delayed while engineers assess an issue with the overhead crane.STORE: Additional coverage for subscribers:VIDEO:ATLANTIS LEAVES HANGAR FOR NEXT LAUNCH VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE OF ATLANTIS ARRIVING IN VAB VIDEO:CLOSING ATLANTIS' PAYLOAD BAY DOORS VIDEO:FUEL TANK ATTACHED TO SOLID ROCKETS VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS MAKE A VISIT TO THE CAPE VIDEO:ORBITER DOCKING SYSTEM CHECKED OUT VIDEO:ATLANTIS' FUEL TANK UNLOADED FROM BARGE VIDEO:EXTERNAL TANK ARRIVES AT THE LAUNCH SITE NASA faces hurdles to get launch date for next shuttleTwo upcoming satellite launches, a pair of meteor showers, multiple Russian missions and tight launch windows are causing potential headaches for NASA planners looking ahead to the next shuttle mission in November.STS-134 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Endeavour is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-134. Available in our store!Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is now available in our store. Get this piece of history!Apollo CollageThis beautiful one piece set features the Apollo program emblem surrounded by the individual mission logos.STS-133 PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The final planned flight of space shuttle Discovery is symbolized in the official embroidered crew patch for STS-133. Available in our store!Anniversary Shuttle PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This embroidered patch commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Space Shuttle Program. The design features the space shuttle Columbia's historic maiden flight of April 12, 1981.Mercury anniversaryFree shipping to U.S. addresses!Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alan Shephard's historic Mercury mission with this collectors' item, the official commemorative embroidered patch. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.EVA ENDS. Repressurization of the Quest airlock module began at 3:14 a.m. EST, marking the official end of today's spacewalk by Bob Behnken and Nick Patrick. The EVA lasted five hours and 54 minutes.This was the second of three spacewalks planned for Endeavour's mission to the space station. The total time accumulated by the EVAs amounts to 12 hours and 26 minutes.The final excursion is planned for Tuesday night to finish the ammonia plumbing, unwrap the thermal covers over the cupola, unlock its window shutters and run an external fiber optic cable between the U.S. and Russian segments of the station.Apparent urine leak in station's recycling systemBY WILLIAM HARWOOD Mens Barbour Casual Jackets

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