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Orbiter: Endeavour
Mission: STS-126
Payload: ISS ULF2
Launch: Nov. 14, 2008
Time: 7:55 p.m. EST
Site: Pad 39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Landing: Nov. 30 at 4:25 p.m. EST
Site: Edwards Air Force Base, California
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Meet the astronauts flying aboard Endeavour's STS-126 mission.

Meet the Astronauts

CDR: Chris Ferguson

PLT: Eric Boe

MS 1: Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper

MS 2: Stephen Bowen

MS 3: Don Pettit

MS 4: Shane Kimbrough

Up: Sandy Magnus

Down: Greg Chamitoff

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STS-126: The programs

In advance of shuttle Endeavour's STS-126 mission to the station, managers from both programs discuss the flight.

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STS-126: The mission

A detailed preview of Endeavour's mission to deliver expanded crew accommodations to the station is provided in this briefing.

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STS-126: Spacewalks

Four spacewalks are planned during Endeavour's STS-126 mission to the station.

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STS-126: The Crew

The Endeavour astronauts, led by commander Chris Ferguson, meet the press in the traditional pre-flight news conference.

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Shuttle rollaround

Space shuttle Endeavour switched launch pads on Oct. 23, traveling from pad 39B to pad 39A.

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Two shuttles sighted

Stunning aerial views of shuttles Atlantis and Endeavour perched atop launch pads 39A and 39B on Sept. 20.

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Endeavour to the VAB

For its role as a rescue craft during the Hubble servicing mission and the scheduled November logistics run to the space station, Endeavour is moved to the Vehicle Assembly Building.

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STS-125: The mission

A detailed step-by-step preview of space shuttle Atlantis' STS-125 mission to extend the life and vision of the Hubble Space Telescope.

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STS-125: The EVAs

The lead spacewalk officer provides indepth explanations of the five EVAs to service Hubble during Atlantis' flight.

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STS-125: The crew

The seven shuttle Atlantis astronauts hold a press conference one month before their planned launch to Hubble.

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STS-125: NASA leaders

The leaders of NASA's Space Operations and Science directorates give their insights into the upcoming shuttle mission to the Hubble Space Telescope.

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STS-125: Shuttle boss

The head of NASA's space shuttle program discusses the risks and plans for Atlantis' trek to Hubble.

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The Hubble program

An overview of the Hubble Space Telescope program and the planning that has gone into the final servicing mission.

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Hubble's future science

The new instruments to be installed into Hubble and the future science objectives for the observatory are previewed.

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Atlantis on the pad

Shuttle Atlantis makes the slow journey from the Vehicle Assembly Building to launch pad 39A for the STS-125 mission to service Hubble.

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Meet the Hubble crew

Meet the crew launching on Atlantis' STS-125 mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope and learn how each became an astronaut in this special biography movie.

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STS-126 Mission Coverage

Most recent shuttle crew presents its mission movie
On cargo-delivery run to the space station in November, shuttle Endeavour brought up critical equipment that remodeled the interior of the international outpost in preparation for doubling the size of its resident crews. The STS-126 astronauts recap their mission in this post-flight video presentation.
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   STS-126 MISSION COVERAGE

Endeavour's ferryflight delivers shuttle back home

Space shuttle Endeavour safely concluded its cross-country trek atop a Boeing 747 carrier jet December 12, returning home to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida following STS-126.

   MISSION STATUS CENTER - live updates!
   IMAGES: MORE FROM KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
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   IMAGES: FERRYFLIGHT ARRIVES IN FORT WORTH
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   PREVIEW STORY
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Weather detour leads shuttle to California landing
The space shuttle Endeavour dropped out of a cloudless blue sky and settled to a tire-smoking touchdown at California's Edwards Air Force Base on Sunday afternoon to wrap up another 16-day space station assembly and maintenance mission. Poor weather at Florida's Kennedy Space Center caused NASA to divert the shuttle to the backup landing site.
   FULL STORY
   MISSION STATUS CENTER - live updates!
   IMAGES: LANDING PHOTO GALLERY
   CALIFORNIA LANDING ORDERED
   LANDING DELAYED AN ORBIT
   MORNING UPDATE STORY
   CARGO SHIP DOCKING REPORT
   LANDING INFORMATION PAGE
   MAPS: KSC AND EAFB LANDING TRACKS
   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. P (.pdf download)
   STS-126 FLIGHT PLAN
   HIGH DEFINITION VIDEO
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When and where will shuttle Endeavour land?
Entry Flight Director Bryan Lunney hopes the Florida weather will cooperate and permit the Endeavour astronauts to land Sunday at the Kennedy Space Center. But if predicted high crosswinds and thunderstorms develop, and if Monday's forecast promises little improvement, he'll divert the crew to Edwards Air Force Base in California's Mojave Desert.
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   HEAT SHIELD CLEARED
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
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Shuttle departs station to prepare for landing
Space shuttle Endeavour undocked from the international space station Friday morning, capping a 12-day visit that delivered the equipment needed to enlarge the outpost's crew size. The astronauts spent the afternoon performing a final round of heat shield inspections. The shuttle is scheduled for landing on Sunday, weather permitting.
   INSPECTIONS COMPLETED
   UNDOCKING STORY
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. N (.pdf download)
   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. O (.pdf download)
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Thanksgiving in space
Celebrating Thanksgiving in space, the crews of the international space station and the shuttle Endeavour enjoyed a half-day off and shared a turkey dinner in orbit before saying farewell and closing hatches between the two spacecraft to set the stage for undocking Friday.
   FAREWELL CEREMONY HELD
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   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. M (.pdf download)
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Leonardo returns to shuttle; Progress glitch fixed
An unmanned Russian Progress supply ship was launched Wednesday, bound for a docking with the international space station Sunday. An antenna that is part of the vehicle's automated docking system initially failed to deploy, but later efforts got the antenna out. Aboard the station, the astronauts closed the Leonardo cargo module and, using the station's robot arm, moved it back to the shuttle for return to Earth.
   LEONARDO RETURNED TO SHUTTLE
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
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   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. L (.pdf download)
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Booster cameras give dramatic views of launch
Footage recorded by video cameras on space shuttle Endeavour's twin solid rocket boosters has been released showing the ship's nighttime launch on November 14 from Kennedy Space Center. The movies are presented here with launch audio.
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Station boss happy with SARJ, water recycler repairs
Work to replace bearings and re-lubricate the space station's damaged right-side solar array rotary joint went better than expected, a senior manager said Tuesday, resulting in remarkably smooth operation that may permit the agency to forego building, launching and installing costly replacement hardware. And the station's newly installed water recycling system, including an initially cantankerous urine distillation assembly, appears to be operating normally and will allow Endeavour to bring back more samples for analysis than expected.
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   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. K (.pdf download)
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Spacewalkers complete final excursion of mission
Astronauts Stephen Bowen and Shane Kimbrough accomplished a six-hour spacewalk Monday that finished work on the space station's damaged right-side solar array rotary joint and carried out preventive maintenance on its port-side counterpart. Meanwhile, the shuttle flight has been extended a day and the water recycling system was fired back up and appeared to run relatively smoothly after additional modification work.
   RECYCLING GEAR WORKS DURING LONG TEST
   SPACEWALK ENDS
   PORT SARJ SHOWS WEAR
   EVA NO. 4 BEGINS; MISSION EXTENDED
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. J (.pdf download)
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Station's recycling gear shuts down yet again
An improvised fix to overcome subtle vibration issues that triggered premature shutdowns of the space station's new urine processor assembly appeared to have paid off Sunday. Engineers said an initial test run continued past the point of earlier failures, raising hopes the critical system can be coaxed into normal operation. But less than an hour later, the processor shut itself down again after experiencing problems similar to those that interrupted test runs Friday and Saturday.
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   SYSTEM RUNS BEYOND EARLIER POINT
   WATER SYSTEM RESTARTED FOR CRITICAL TEST
   REPAIR PROCEDURES PERFORMED
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
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   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. I (.pdf download)
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Spacewalkers almost finish work on paddle wheel joint
Astronauts Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper and Stephen Bowen took a grueling seven-hour spacewalk Saturday hoping to finish cleaning and lubricating the international space station's damaged right side solar array rotary joint. They completed all but the final section before running out time, instead deferring that site to Monday's EVA. Engineers in Houston, meanwhile, are continuing tests to troubleshoot problems with the station's new urine recycling system.
   WATER SYSTEM REPAIR TO BE ATTEMPTED
   SPACEWALK ENDS
   FINAL BEARING WORK DEFERRED
   EVA NO. 3 GETS UNDERWAY
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. H (.pdf download)
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Apparent motor problem in station's new water system
Engineers believe the problem with the space station's new urine processor assembly, a key component in the water recycling system needed to boost the space station's crew size from three to six, involves trouble with a motor or associated sensors in a centrifuge that helps separate pure water from urine in a vacuum distillation system.
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Second EVA success; water recycling glitch studied
Despite a tool shortage, a spacesuit carbon dioxide buildup late in the day and communications problems, spacewalkers Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper and Shane Kimbrough accomplished their primary goals, officials said Thursday, moving two equipment carts, servicing the station's robot arm and continuing work to clean and lubricate a jammed solar array rotary joint. Inside the lab complex, meanwhile, other astronauts ran into start-up glitches with the new urine processor.
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   SPACEWALK NO. 2 ENDS
   LOST TOOLS DON'T HAMPER EVA WORK
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. F (.pdf download)
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10th birthday for the ISS
The first piece of the international space station -- Russia's Zarya control module -- was launched into Earth orbit 10 years ago Thursday, riding atop a Proton rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. We present a video flashback of that historic launch that began the in-orbit assembly of the station complex.
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Spacewalker expresses remorse for lost tool bag
Astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper told reporters Wednesday the loss of a $100,000 tool bag during an otherwise successful spacewalk Tuesday was "disheartening" and that it was difficult to face her crewmates when she returned to the shuttle-space station complex. Fellow spacewalker Stephen Bowen, who said he was responsible for making a final tether check of the bag before the EVA began, said he was equally to blame for the mishap.
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Astronauts complete first spacewalk of shuttle flight
Astronauts Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper and Stephen Bowen wrapped up a six-hour 52-minute spacewalk Tuesday, installing a spare coolant system component on the international space station, moving a depleted nitrogen tank to the shuttle Endeavour for return to Earth and cleaning a damaged solar array rotary joint.
   HEAT SHIELD OFFICIALLY CLEARED
   POST-EVA STORY
   SPACEWALK NO. 1 ENDS
   BAG OF TOOLS FLOATS AWAY
   HARDWARE SWAPPED BETWEEN ISS AND SHUTTLE
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
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VIDEO: GREASE GUN SPILL MAKES MESS IN TOOL CARRIER PLAY
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Cargo-delivery module attached to the station
Astronauts Don Pettit and Shane Kimbrough, operating the space station's robot arm, carefully pulled a 27,000-pound cargo module out of the shuttle Endeavour's cargo bay Monday and attached it to the Harmony module to accomplish one of the major objectives of their mission. Meanwhile, analysis of Endeavour heat shield checks revealed no major problems that would require a so-called focused inspection later this week.
   NO 'FOCUSED' INSPECTIONS NEEDED
   LEONARDO ATTACHED TO STATION
   MORNING WAKEUP STORY
   NASA TV SCHEDULE REV. C (.pdf download)
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Shuttle Endeavour sails up
to the space station

The space shuttle Endeavour, piloted by commander Chris Ferguson from the aft flight deck, glided to a picture-perfect docking with the international space station Sunday as the two spacecraft sailed through orbital darkness 212 miles above northeastern India at five miles per second.
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Crew spends first day in space inspecting Endeavour
The shuttle Endeavour is in good shape after its climb to space Friday and engineers are only working a handful of relatively minor problems, most noticeably glitches with the shuttle's KU-band antenna. Based on an evening video inspection, a presumably lost strip of flexible insulation from the shuttle's left aft fuselage apparently is still in place.
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Endeavour soars into the night and reaches orbit
The space shuttle Endeavour, carrying urine recycling gear, a new toilet, a galley and private crew quarters needed for a space station "home improvement" makeover, flashed to life and thundered into space Friday, lighting up the night sky for hundreds of miles around as it rocketed away.
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Mission preview: Shuttle on 'home improvement' flight
The shuttle Endeavour is poised for blastoff Friday on a space station "home improvement" mission with a "yuck factor" twist: Delivery and installation of a new toilet and complex water processing gear designed to convert urine into ultra-pure water for drinking, food preparation, personal hygiene and oxygen generation.
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Griffin not optimistic about staying on as head of NASA
NASA Administrator Mike Griffin, answering questions from Kennedy Space Center workers during an "all hands" meeting Thursday, said he does not expect the Obama administration to keep him on as head of the nation's civilian space agency.
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All systems looking good for Endeavour's launch
The shuttle Endeavour's countdown is continuing with no technical issues of any significance for launch on a critical space station assembly and maintenance mission. Liftoff is targeted for 7:55 p.m. EST Friday.
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It is launch week at the Kennedy Space Center
The seven astronauts who will rocket into space aboard the shuttle Endeavour arrived at the Florida spaceport Tuesday afternoon, just hours before the countdown clocks began ticking toward Friday's planned 7:55 p.m. EST launch.
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Endeavour to go Nov. 14; Hubble slips deeper into '09
NASA officials Thursday cleared shuttle Endeavour for launch to the space station on Nov. 14 and also scrapped the possibility of Atlantis flying the final Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission next February, saying the additional time needed to ready replacement electronics for the observatory will push back the launch window until at least May.
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Astronauts complete launch countdown rehearsal
Endeavour's seven-person crew climbed aboard the space shuttle at launch pad 39A Wednesday morning for a simulated countdown with ground controllers.
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Endeavour crew jets into Cape for practice count
A countdown dress rehearsal and emergency training drills are underway at Kennedy Space Center this week to prepare for shuttle Endeavour's scheduled November 14 launch on an equipment-delivery mission to the space station.
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Shuttle Endeavour travels from one pad to the other
Space shuttle Endeavour switched launch pads at the Kennedy Space Center today, performing a "rollaround" in preparation for its November 14 ascent to the space station.
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NASA shoots for Nov. 14 launch of shuttle Endeavour
Shuttle program managers are now targeting Nov. 14 for launch of the Endeavour on a space station repair and resupply mission. No target dates have yet been set for shuttle Atlantis' launch on a now-delayed flight to service the Hubble Space Telescope, but it appears the earliest possible launch slot is mid February.
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Failure aboard Hubble puts shuttle flight on hold
A critical equipment failure aboard the Hubble Space Telescope on the eve of a long-awaited fifth and final shuttle servicing mission put astronomical observations on hold and forced NASA managers Monday to delay the mid-October flight of Atlantis, likely until next February or even later.
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Station to get new ring for damaged solar rotary joint
Engineers believe they have finally pinned down the cause of metallic contamination and degradation in a critical solar array rotary joint mechanism aboard the international space station, Program Manager Michael Suffredini said Thursday. The problem apparently was caused by the premature loss or breakdown of a gold plating intended to lubricate the joint.
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Russians believe cause of Soyuz problems found
Russian troubleshooters believe electrical arcing between the space environment and the international space station most likely caused recent problems with explosive bolts used to separate Soyuz re-entry vehicles just before atmospheric entry.
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Hurricane Ike forces delay of next two shuttle launches
Shuttle program managers Wednesday ordered minor, expected delays for the next two shuttle missions - an October flight to service the Hubble Space Telescope and a November space station assembly mission - primarily because of training time lost in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike.
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For a few hours on Saturday morning, a true rarity occurred for NASA's space shuttle program as both Atlantis and Endeavour were fully visible on their Kennedy Space Center launch pads with the rotating service gantries open.
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Shuttle Endeavour rolls to the launch pad 39B
Following through on its extraordinary plan to have a quick-response space shuttle poised to launch if the Atlantis crew needs rescuing during next month's Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission, NASA rolled sistership Endeavour to the other Kennedy Space Center pad Friday morning.
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Endeavour moved from hangar to assembly building
In preparation for its role as a standby rescue craft during next month's Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission and the scheduled November logistics run to the international space station, shuttle Endeavour was moved to the Vehicle Assembly Building on Thursday morning.
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New launch dates picked for next two shuttles
NASA on Friday formally pushed back the target launch dates for shuttle Atlantis' servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope and Endeavour's logistics run to the space station.
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NASA opts to leave shuttle launch dates as scheduled
Space shuttle program leaders met Thursday and discussed a proposal to move up the target launch dates for the next two missions in October and November. But in the end officials decided to leave the Hubble servicing mission and space station flight as originally scheduled on Oct. 8 and Nov. 10.
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NASA changes plans for advancing shuttle dates
Space shuttle program managers Friday modified an official "change request" that, if approved, will move up the next two shuttle launchings by three days each, not six as initially requested.
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NASA sets schedule for remaining shuttle flights
NASA has unveiled a revised manifest for the final 10 flights in the space shuttle program, reflecting previously forecast delays across the board because of post-Columbia external tank safety upgrades that have stretched out deliveries. But shuttle Program Manager John Shannon said he's confident NASA can complete the space station and retire the shuttle fleet in 2010 as planned.
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