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Expedition 22: Change of command
Date: March 17, 2010
Duration: 10 min 12 sec
A change of command ceremony is held in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station as Expedition 22 skipper Jeff Williams of NASA hands control of the outpost to Expedition 23 commander Oleg Kotov of Russia.
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Expedition 21: Soyuz undocking
Date: November 30, 2009
Duration: 3 min 53 sec
The Soyuz TMA-15 spacecraft separates from the space station after nearly 186 days there, setting the stage for the Expedition 21 crew's return to Earth. The undocking occurred 220 miles over southern Russia.
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Expedition 21: Crew boards Soyuz
Date: November 30, 2009
Duration: 6 min 38 sec
Expedition 21 commander Frank De Winne of the European Space Agency, Russian cosmonaut Roman Romanenko and Canadian astronaut Robert Thirsk board their Soyuz capsule to leave the space station.
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STS-129 Flight Day 9: Farewell ceremony
Date: November 24, 2009
Duration: 3 min 36 sec
The shuttle and station crews gather in the Harmony module for a farewell ceremony. The Atlantis astronauts bid goodbye and head back to the orbiter in preparation for the following morning's undocking.
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Expedition 21: Change of command
Date: November 24, 2009
Duration: 13 min 37 sec
A change of command ceremony is held in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station as Expedition 21 commander Frank De Winne of the European Space Agency hands control of the outpost to Expedition 22 skipper Jeff Williams of NASA.
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Expedition 21: Progress 35P docking
Date: October 17, 2009
Duration: 15 min 21 sec
The International Space Station receives a new load of supplies from the latest Russian-built cargo freighter, which successfully docks to the Pirs module at 9:40 p.m. EDT on October 17.
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Expedition 21: Post-docking briefing
Date: October 2, 2009
Duration: 18 min 19 sec
Russian and American space officials, including new NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, hold a post-docking press conference from the Mission Control Center outside of Moscow.
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Expedition 21: Arrival ceremony
Date: October 2, 2009
Duration: 15 min 55 sec
There to greet the crew is commander Gennady Padalka, NASA astronauts Michael Barratt and Nicole Stott, Frank De Winne of the European Space Agency, cosmonaut Roman Romanenko and Canadian astronaut Robert Thirsk.
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Expedition 21: Welcome aboard
Date: October 2, 2009
Duration: 3 min 18 sec
The hatchway between the Soyuz spacecraft and the Internatioanl Space Station's Zvezda service module is opened to allow the new crew to float into the complex.
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Expedition 21: Docking!
Date: October 2, 2009
Duration: 26 min 4 sec
The Soyuz TMA-16 spacecraft docks to the Zvezda module of the Internatioanl Space Station, delivering Russian cosmonaut Maxim Suraev, NASA astronaut Jeff Williams and space tourist Guy Laliberte.
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Expedition 21: Launch!
Date: September 30, 2009
Duration: 10 min 43 sec
The Soyuz rocket carrying Expedition 21 crew members Maxim Suraev and Jeff Williams and space tourist Guy Laliberte launches from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan bound for the International Space Station.
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Expedition 21: Crew goes to launch pad
Date: September 30, 2009
Duration: 5 min 45 sec
The three-man crew of Suraev, Williams and Laliberte departs Baikonur's Site 254 for the bus ride to the rocket launch pad at the cosmodrome to board their Soyuz TMA capsule for blastoff to the International Space Station.
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Expedition 21: Russian State Commission
Date: September 30, 2009
Duration: 4 min 55 sec
Following the suitup procedure, Expedition 21 crew members Maxim Suraev and Jeff Williams and space tourist Guy Laliberte are greeted appear before the Russian State Commission and NASA officials.
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Expedition 21: Suiting up
Date: September 30, 2009
Duration: 15 min 51 sec
Suraev, Williams and Laliberte don their Sokol spacesuits and undergo final checks in the suitup room during the final hours of the countdown to launch aboard the Russian Soyuz rocket.
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Expedition 21: At crew quarters
Date: September 30, 2009
Duration: 5 min 41 sec
Expedition 21 crew members Maxim Suraev and Jeff Williams and space tourist Guy Laliberte sign the doors, receive blessings and then depart their crew quarters on launch morning.
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Expedition 21-22: Mission preview movie
Date: September 28, 2009
Duration: 6 min 48 sec
This movie summarizes the main goals and objectives at the International Space Station over the next six months during the Expedition 21 and Expedition 22 crew increments.
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Expedition 21: NASA managers comment
Date: September 28, 2009
Duration: 2 min 34 sec
NASA space shuttle commander Steve Lindsey, the former chief astronaut, and International Space Station program manager Mike Suffredini are interviewed at the Soyuz rocket launch pad after rollout.
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Expedition 21: Rocket rolled to pad
Date: September 28, 2009
Duration: 2 min 29 sec
The Expedition 21 crew's Soyuz rocket is transported by rail from its assembly building to the launch pad at Baikonur Cosmodrome and then erected to begin final preparations for flight.
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Expedition 21: Soyuz assembled
Date: September 27, 2009
Duration: 49 sec
During final assembly of the Expedition 21 crew's Soyuz launch vehicle, the escape tower is attached and then the combined third stage and encapsulated TMA-16 spacecraft are joined to the rocket's lower stages.
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Expedition 21: Crew at Baikonur
Date: September 27, 2009
Duration: 19 min 12 sec
This video shows some the activities that Expedition 21 crew members Maxim Suraev and Jeff Williams and space tourist Guy Laliberte have completed at Baikonur Cosmodrome in the days leading up to launch.
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