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ISS Expedition 22


Expedition 22: More views of the undocking
Date: March 18, 2010
Duration: 6 min 45 sec
External video cameras on the International Space Station provide these additional views in replay of the Soyuz capsule undocking from the Poisk module.
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Expedition 22: Soyuz TMA-16 undocks
Date: March 18, 2010
Duration: 4 min 34 sec
The Soyuz TMA-16 spacecraft leaves the space station after nearly 167 days there, undocking 220 miles over the Mongolian-Russian border in preparation for landing two orbits later.
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Expedition 22: Hatch closed for undocking
Date: March 18, 2010
Duration: 9 min 28 sec
Jeff Williams and Maxim Suraev say their farewells to the outpost and board the Soyuz spacecraft for the journey from the International Space Station to the landing site in Kazakhstan.

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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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STS-130 Flight Day 12: Farewell ceremony
Date: February 19, 2010
Duration: 11 min 42 sec
The 11 shuttle and station crewmembers mingle amongst themselves, saying their farewells as the Endeavour astronauts prepare to float out of the Harmony module and close the hatchway for departure.
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STS-130 Flight Day 12: Cupola ribbon-cutting
Date: February 19, 2010
Duration: 12 min 50 sec
International Space Station commander Jeff Williams and Endeavour commander George Zamka, cut a ceremonial red ribbon and declared the new cupola observation deck open for business.
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STS-130 Flight Day 12: In-flight crew news conference
Date: February 19, 2010
Duration: 36 min 47 sec
The combined space shuttle Endeavour and International Space Station Expedition 22 crews hold an in-flight news conference with reporters in the U.S. and Japan.
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STS-130 Flight Day 10: Space station crew's camcorder shots of cupola
Date: February 17, 2010
Duration: 4 min 19 sec
Expedition 22 flight engineer Soichi Noguchi captured this camcorder video around the International Space Station as the new cupola was opened for the first time.
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STS-130 Flight Day 3: Welcome aboard
Date: February 10, 2010
Duration: 6 min 49 sec
The six shuttle astronauts are being welcomed aboard the outpost by the five-person Expedition 22 resident crew and receive a safety briefing from commander Jeff Williams.
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STS-130 Flight Day 3: Hatch opening
Date: February 10, 2010
Duration: 7 min 57 sec
The hatchway between space shuttle Endeavour and the International Space Station is opened to begin the joint operations for the two crews.
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Expedition 22: Progress 36P docks
Date: February 5, 2010
Duration: 27 min 4 sec
A Russian cargo freighter flying on autopilot performs a successful rendezvous and docking with the space station, delivering two-and-a-half tons of supplies and equipment for the international outpost and its resident crew.
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Expedition 22: Soyuz relocation
Date: January 21, 2010
Duration: 25 min 36 sec
Russian cosmonaut Maxim Suraev and space station commander Jeff Williams fly their Soyuz capsule from the aft port of the International Space Station's Zvezda module to a brand new Poisk docking port on the top side of the complex.
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Expedition 22: Mission status update and Russian spacewalk preview
Date: January 11, 2010
Duration: 38 min 23 sec
International Space Station flight officials from NASA's Johnson Space Center update the activities of the Expedition 22 crew, preview the Jan. 14 Russian spacewalk to outfit the new Poisk module and report on plans for the upcoming STS-130 shuttle mission.
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Expedition 22: Welcome aboard
Date: December 22, 2009
Duration: 10 min 12 sec
Wearing a Santa hat and carrying a small Christmas tree, cosmonaut Oleg Kotov is welcomed aboard the station. Following behind is Soichi Noguchi holding a sack of gifts and T.J. Creamer sporting an elf hat and shoes.
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Expedition 22: Soyuz docking
Date: December 22, 2009
Duration: 12 min 34 sec
The Soyuz TMA-17 spacecraft has docked to the Zarya module of the space station, delivering Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, American astronaut T.J. Creamer and Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi to the international outpost.
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Expedition 22: Launch!
Date: December 20, 2009
Duration: 12 min 35 sec
The Soyuz rocket carrying Expedition 22 crew members -- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, American astronaut T.J. Creamer and Soichi Noguchi of the Japanese space agency -- launches from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan bound for the International Space Station.
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Expedition 22: Crew goes to launch pad
Date: December 20, 2009
Duration: 2 min 45 sec
The three-man crew 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 22: Pre-launch VIP meeting
Date: December 20, 2009
Duration: 2 min 9 sec
Following the suitup procedure, Expedition 22 crew members Oleg Kotov, T.J. Creamer and Soichi Noguchi are appear before the Russian, NASA and Japanese space officials.
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Expedition 22: Suiting up
Date: December 20, 2009
Duration: 8 min 14 sec
Oleg Kotov, T.J. Creamer and Soichi Noguchi undergo final checks in their Sokol spacesuits during the final hours of the countdown to launch aboard the Russian Soyuz rocket.
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Expedition 22: At crew quarters
Date: December 20, 2009
Duration: 3 min 40 sec
International Space Station Expedition 22 crew members Oleg Kotov, T.J. Creamer and Soichi Noguchi sign the doors and then depart their crew quarters on launch morning.
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