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ISS Expedition 24


Expedition 24: Crew back on Earth
Date: September 25, 2010
Duration: 19 min 35 sec
Remarkable television from the landing site shows Russian commander Alexander Skvortsov, cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko and American astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson being helped out of their Soyuz capsule.
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Expedition 24: Aerial view of Soyuz touching down
Date: September 25, 2010
Duration: 8 min 19 sec
One of the search and recovery helicopters captured this dramatic footage of the Soyuz TMA-18 capsule landing in remote central Kazakhstan with three space fliers.
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Expedition 24: Soyuz TMA-18 undocks
Date: September 24, 2010
Duration: 4 min 30 sec
The Soyuz TMA-18 spacecraft leaves the space station after 174 days there, undocking 222 miles over the Russian-Mongolian border in preparation for landing two orbits later.
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Expedition 24: Boarding the Soyuz
Date: September 24, 2010
Duration: 14 min 21 sec
Skvortsov, Kornienko and Caldwell Dyson 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 24: Change of command
Date: September 22, 2010
Duration: 5 min 29 sec
A change of command ceremony is held aboard the International Space Station as Expedition 24 commander Alexander Skvortsov hands control of the outpost to Expedition 25 commander Doug Wheelock.
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Expedition 24: Progress 39P docks
Date: September 12, 2010
Duration: 57 min 7 sec
A Russian cargo freighter flying on autopilot performed a successful rendezvous and docking with the space station Sept. 12, delivering two-and-a-half tons of supplies for the international outpost in uneventful fashion.
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Expedition 24: Progress 39P launched
Date: September 10, 2010
Duration: 6 min 24 sec
A robotic Russian resupply ship to service the International Space Station successfully launches Sept. 10 carrying two-and-a-half tons of cargo, food and water for the high-flying laboratory.
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Expedition 24: Media interview
Date: August 19, 2010
Duration: 9 min 50 sec
CBS News space consultant William Harwood interviews Expedition 24 astronauts Doug Wheelock, Tracy Caldwell Dyson and Shannon Walker following the three spacewalks to repair the International Space Station's cooling system.
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Expedition 24: Post-EVA briefing
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 42 min 22 sec
Kirk Shireman, International Space Station deputy program manager, Courtenay McMillan, Expedition 24 flight director, and David Beaver, the spacewalk officer, hold this Mission Status Briefing from Houston following the third EVA.
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Expedition 24: EVA No. 3 ends
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 15 min 53 sec
Spacewalkers Doug Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson return to the spacewalk after successfully completing their third EVA to remove and replace the broken cooling system pump.
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Expedition 24: Ammonia lines mated
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 19 min 4 sec
The M3, M2 and M1 ammonia lines are attached to the space station's newly installed replacement pump module, completing the work to route fluid hoses to the new device.
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Expedition 24: Electrical connections bring new pump to life
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 5 min 49 sec
Spacewalker Tracy Caldwell Dyson finishes attaching a series of power and data cables from the space station to the newly installed pump module, allowing Mission Control to perform successful initial aliveness testing.
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Expedition 24: Bolting new pump
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 8 min 1 sec
Structural bolts are driven tight by Expedition 24 spacewalker Doug Wheelock, firmly securing the replacement pump into its new location on the space station.
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Expedition 24: Pump inserted into space station truss slot
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 11 min 33 sec
The replacement pump module arrives inside the International Space Station's Starboard 1 truss, ready to become an integral part of the outpost's thermal cooling system.
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Expedition 24: Carrying the pump
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 9 min 15 sec
With the pump module in his hands, spacewalker Doug Wheelock is maneuvered by the space station's robot arm to the Starboard 1 truss for installation.
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Expedition 24: Retrieving new pump
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 15 min 52 sec
Working to retrieve the replacement ammonia coolant pump, spacewalker Doug Wheelock releases bolts holding the unit to the space station's spare parts depot.
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Expedition 24: Spacewalk No. 3 begins
Date: August 16, 2010
Duration: 16 min 54 sec
Spacewalkers Doug Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson head to the External Stowage Platform No. 2, which is mounted right next to the airlock module, to start working on the spare ammonia pump.
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Expedition 24: Post-EVA 2 briefing
Date: August 11, 2010
Duration: 39 min 46 sec
Mike Suffredini, International Space Station program manager, Courtenay McMillan, Expedition 24 flight director, and David Beaver, the spacewalk officer, hold this Mission Status Briefing from Houston following the second EVA.
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Expedition 24: Failed pump removed
Date: August 11, 2010
Duration: 11 min 15 sec
Some 11 days after the ammonia pump module inside the Starboard 1 truss failed, spacewalkers Doug Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson pull the 780-pound device out of the International Space Station.
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Expedition 24: Flying on the arm
Date: August 11, 2010
Duration: 11 min 18 sec
The space station's robotic arm flies Doug Wheelock over to the nearby External Stowage Platform No. 2 to retrieve the so-called Adjustable Grapple Bar that will used in handling the failed pump after removal.
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