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Launch of GOES-O


Delta/GOES O: Full launch experience
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 24 min 33 sec
This long-length movie begins with the launch team readiness polling and continues through the final minutes of the countdown, the Delta 4 rocket blasting off and the upper stage flying into its initial orbit.
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Delta/GOES O launch replays: Pad 39B
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 34 sec
A camera positioned at Kennedy Space Center's pad 39B is pointed south to watch the Delta 4 rocket launch with GOES O and features space shuttle Endeavour in the foreground. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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Delta/GOES O launch replays: Pad 39A
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 48 sec
A camera positioned at the space shuttle Endeavour's launch pad 39A offers this view of the Delta 4 rocket blasting off with the GOES O satellite. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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Delta/GOES O launch replays: Zoomed view from the NASA Causeway
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 1 min 12 sec
This zoomed-in view of the Delta 4 rocket launch of GOES O was captured from the NASA Causeway viewing site southwest of Complex 37. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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Delta/GOES O launch replays: Wide view from the NASA Causeway
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 50 sec
This wide-angle view of the Delta 4 rocket launch of GOES O was captured from the NASA Causeway viewing site southwest of Complex 37. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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Delta/GOES O launch replays: Playalinda Beach tracking camera
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 1 min 58 sec
This tracking camera north of launch pad 37B along Playalinda Beach offers this view of the Delta 4 rocket launching with the GOES O satellite. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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Delta/GOES O launch replays: Pad camera
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 16 sec
This front view of Complex 37's launch pad provides a dramatic view of the RS-68 main engine igniting and then ignition of the twin solid rocket boosters. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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Delta/GOES O launch replays: UCS 23
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 1 min 38 sec
The UCS 23 tracking camera site follows the Delta 4 rocket during its initial ascent away from Cape Canaveral with the GOES O spacecraft. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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Delta/GOES O launch replays: Umbilicals
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 14 sec
This close-up view from a launch pad camera shows umbilicals releasing from the Delta 4 rocket during liftoff carrying the GOES O weather satellite. (Replay includes live launch audio!)
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Delta/GOES O: Launch as seen live
Date: June 28, 2009
Duration: 6 min 14 sec
The Delta 4 rocket launches at 6:51 p.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral's Complex 37 carrying the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite O. This is the live launch video.
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Delta/GOES O: Weather forecast
Date: June 26, 2009
Duration: 4 min 56 sec
Immediately after the June 26 launch scrub, weather officer Joel Tumbiolo gives mission managers an update on the forecast for subsequent days to reschedule the flight of Delta 4 with GOES O.
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Delta/GOES O: Launch scrub
Date: June 26, 2009
Duration: 2 min 16 sec
Thunderstorms, the associated clouds and lightning concerns all conspired to prevent the Delta 4 rocket from launching as scheduled June 26 at Cape Canaveral. Officials call a scrub late in the launch window.
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Delta/GOES O: Satellite campaign
Date: June 26, 2009
Duration: 8 min 28 sec
This narrated movie compiles the highlights of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite O undergoing its pre-launch preparation campaign at Cape Canaveral.
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Delta/GOES O: Rocket campaign
Date: June 26, 2009
Duration: 6 min 25 sec
This narrated movie compiles the highlights from the Delta 4 rocket's pre-flight campaign at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's pad 37B in preparation to launch the GOES O spacecraft.
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Delta/GOES O: Tower rollback
Date: June 26, 2009
Duration: 3 min 27 sec
In preparation for the June 26 launch attempt, the mobile service gantry at Cape Canaveral's Complex 37 is retracted to revealed the Delta 4 rocket for its mission to deploy GOES O.
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Delta/GOES O: Weather outlook
Date: June 25, 2009
Duration: 6 min 51 sec
Launch weather officer Joel Tumbiolo gives the forecast for the planned June 26 flight of the Delta 4 rocket carrying the GOES O weather satellite. Predicted thunderstorms reduce the odds of acceptable launch conditions.
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Delta/GOES O: Pre-launch news briefing
Date: June 25, 2009
Duration: 44 min 38 sec
Learn about the Delta 4 rocket, the GOES O satellite and the weather forecast in this pre-launch news conference held at Kennedy Space Center on June 25 at 1 p.m. EDT.
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Delta/GOES O: Payload aboard rocket
Date: June 9, 2009
Duration: 2 min 28 sec
The GOES O weather spacecraft, tucked inside the nose cone shroud, sits atop the Delta 4 rocket to await its launch into orbit from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
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Delta/GOES O: Going out to the pad
Date: June 8, 2009
Duration: 6 min 52 sec
Follow along as the GOES O satellite leaves the Astrotech processing facility in Titusville and travels to the Complex 37B launch pad for attachment to the Delta 4 rocket.
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Delta/GOES O: Encapsulating the satellite
Date: April 7, 2009
Duration: 6 min 42 sec
The two-halves of the Delta 4 rocket's composite four-meter-diameter nose cone are placed around the GOES O spacecraft inside the cleanroom facilities at Astrotech.
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