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STS 114 - America's return to space in 2005
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 08/03/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The July 2005 mission of space shuttle Discovery was one of the most widely covered in NASA history. Only two years earlier, sister ship Columbia exploded during re-entry due to the loss of some insulating foam. Discovery, America's return to space following that tragedy, also lost insulation, this time during take-off, so a good deal of the crew's efforts were devoted to spacewalks for damage repairs. The scheduled delivery of supplies to the International Space Station was accomplished, as well. Discovery's successful return landing received much media coverage.
ST. CLAIR's NASA COLLECTION-Volume 1 has over 10 hours of vintage documentaries on Projects Mercury, Gemini, Apollo and Skylab.
CONTENTS for VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY:
[9:24]- January 16, 2003
[2:48]- Pre-Flight Training
[17:46] The Launch
[3:31]- Additional Launch Views
[3:25]- Surveying the Space Shuttle
[11:10] Rendezvous with Space Station
[17:13] The Cargo
[12:46] Space Walk
[4:25]- Evaluation of Damage
[13:19] Replacing the Gyroscope
[5:19]- Chat With President Bush
[15:50] Gap Filler Removed
[8:49]- The Spirit of Exploration
[8:06]- The Payload Bay
[7:30]- Undocking From the Space Station
[11:30] Ellen Collins Narrates the Landing
ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Direct scene access/Photo slide show/Flight of Apollo info/Mission of Apollo-Soyuz/Hubble quick facts/Hubble Heritage Premiere/International Space Station history/ISS: Realizing the Dream"