NASA STS-130 Mission Footage (2010)

Endeavour

The STS-130 crew will dock to the station at 12:09 a.m. EST Wednesday, bringing the Tranquility connecting node and cupola.
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Videos in this documentary

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1 December 12, 2009 NASA's Shuttle Endeavour moves for STS-130 Mission KSC Play Video
2 January 06, 2010 STS-130 Endeavour Rollout Play Video
3 January 25, 2010 STS-130 Behind the Scenes, Volume 1 Play Video
4 January 27, 2010 Reviewed and Ready! Play Video
5 January 29, 2010 Making the Connection Play Video
6 January 29, 2010 STS-130 Preflight Briefing Mission Overview Play Video
7 January 29, 2010 STS-130 Preflight Briefing Spacewalk Overview Play Video
8 February 01, 2010 STS-130 Behind the Scenes, Volume 2 Play Video
9 February 02, 2010 Five Days 3 2 1! Play Video
10 February 03, 2010 Launch Time Nears Play Video
11 February 05, 2010 Prepped at Prelaunch Play Video
12 February 05, 2010 Keeping it Cool Play Video
13 February 06, 2010 NASA Administrator Meets With Reporters Play Video
14 February 07, 2010 Weather Scrubs Shuttle Launch Play Video
15 February 08, 2010 A Splendid Endeavour Launch! Play Video
16 February 08, 2010 The last shuttle launch at night, STS-130 Play Video
17 February 08, 2010 Kennedy Hosts Post-Launch News Conference Play Video
18 February 08, 2010 STS-130 Mission Overview Play Video
19 February 09, 2010 Mission Managers Update Reporters on STS-130 Play Video
20 February 09, 2010 Launch Leads Shuttle Highlights Play Video
21 February 09, 2010 Shuttle "Flips" For Safety Play Video
22 February 09, 2010 Shuttle Endeavour Docks with International Space Station Play Video
23 February 09, 2010 Hello, There! Play Video
24 February 10, 2010 Mission Management Meets with Media Play Video
25 February 10, 2010 After Completing Backflip STS-130 Crew Joins Expedition 22 Crew on ISS Play Video
26 February 10, 2010 Briefing for Media on Shuttle Mission Play Video
27 February 11, 2010 Reporters Get STS-130 Update Play Video
28 February 11, 2010 TV Stations Chat with STS-130 Crew Play Video
29 February 11, 2010 Prep for Spacewalk Leads Flight Day 4 Highlights Play Video
30 February 12, 2010 News Conference Follows STS-130 Managers' Meeting Play Video
31 February 12, 2010 Tranquility-to-Unity Tops Flight Day 5 Play Video
32 February 12, 2010 Tranquility-to-Unity Tops Flight Day 5 [HD] Play Video
33 February 12, 2010 Journalists Learn Latest on Shuttle Mission Play Video
34 February 12, 2010 Astro Mike Twitters Play Video
35 February 13, 2010 Space Travelers Take Media Queries Play Video
36 February 13, 2010 STS-130 - The Crew Play Video
37 February 13, 2010 Shuttle Endeavour, a History-Making Spacecraft Play Video
38 February 14, 2010 Spacewalk #2 Play Video
39 February 14, 2010 Media Get Shuttle Mission Update Play Video
40 February 14, 2010 Flight Day 7 Highlighted by STS-130 Space Outfitters Play Video
41 February 15, 2010 New Spot for Systems on Tranquility Play Video
42 February 16, 2010 Media Updated on Endeavour Mission to ISS Play Video
43 February 16, 2010 Flight Day 9 Sees Cupola Configured Play Video
44 February 16, 2010 Crew Highlights of Flight Day 9 in High Definition Play Video
45 February 17, 2010 STS-130 Managers Update Reporters on Mission Play Video
46 February 17, 2010 Final Spacewalk Adds Robotic Work Station to Cupola Play Video
47 February 17, 2010 Kwatsi Alibaruho: In Control Play Video
48 February 17, 2010 President Congratulates Shuttle and ISS Crews Play Video
49 February 18, 2010 Shuttle Endeavour Crew's "Best of Flight Day 10" Play Video
50 February 18, 2010 Decking Out the Deck Play Video
51 February 18, 2010 President Phones Orbiting Astronauts Play Video
52 February 18, 2010 Crew Choice Video in HD of Flight Day 11 Play Video
53 February 18, 2010 Joint Crew News Conference Play Video
54 February 18, 2010 From the Moon to Everest and Back to Space Play Video
55 February 18, 2010 STS-130's Flight Day 12 Discussed with Reporters Play Video
56 February 19, 2010 Shuttle Crew Bids Fond Farewell Play Video
57 February 19, 2010 The Climb to Space Play Video
58 February 19, 2010 Flight Day 12 Capped by Joint Crew News Conference Play Video
59 February 19, 2010 Endeavour Crew's HD Highlights of Flight Day 12 Play Video
60 February 19, 2010 President's Congratulatory Call Tops "This Week @ NASA" Play Video
61 February 19, 2010 Endeavour Flyaround Of ISS Begins Play Video
62 February 19, 2010 Endeavour Undocks From ISS Play Video
63 February 19, 2010 Endeavour's Path Home Tops Houston News Briefing Play Video
64 February 21, 2010 Endeavour Makes Safe Return on Flight Day 15 Play Video
65 February 21, 2010 Crew's Success Recapped at Mission's Final News Conference Play Video
66 February 21, 2010 STS-130 Crew's Return, President's Call Top This Week @ NASA Play Video
67 February 21, 2010 New Node, New View, President's Call Top STS-130 Highlights Play Video
68 February 21, 2010 Mission Control Helps Synchronize Shuttle's Return Play Video
69 February 22, 2010 Returning Shuttle Crew Comments on Successful Mission Play Video

Documentary Description


Endeavour’s 13-day mission will deliver and assemble the last U.S.-built modules onto the International Space Station, giving the laboratory a room with quite a view. The mission kicks off the final year of shuttle flights, with five missions planned through September. Node 3, known as Tranquility, will provide additional room for crew members and many of the space station’s life support and environmental control systems. Attached to the node is a cupola, which is a robotic control station with six windows around its sides and another in the center that will provide a panoramic view of Earth, celestial objects and visiting spacecraft.



Tucked away inside Tranquility and Endeavour’s middeck will be a ton of equipment, supplies and experiments for the space station. Included are a new distillation assembly and fluid control pump assembly for the urine processing assembly, an external filter assembly for the water processing assembly, a new bed for the carbon dioxide removal assembly, laptop computers, crew provisions, health care supplies, spacewalk tools and others.

Endeavour, commanded by spaceflight veteran George Zamka, is scheduled to lift off from Kennedy Space Center at 4:39 a.m. EST on Sunday, Feb. 7, and arrive at the orbiting complex in the early morning hours Tuesday, Feb. 9.

While docked to the station, Endeavour’s crew will conduct three spacewalks and extensive robotic operations to install Tranquility and then relocate its cupola.

Zamka, 47, a U.S. Marine Corps colonel, served as pilot on STS-120 in 2007. He will be joined on the mission by pilot Terry Virts, 41, a U.S. Air Force colonel, who will be making his first trip to space. Mission specialists are Kathryn Hire, a U.S. Navy Reserve captain who flew on STS-90 in 1998; Stephen Robinson who flew on STS-85 in 1997, STS-95 in 1988 and STS-114 in 2005; Nicholas Patrick who flew on STS-116 in 2006; and Robert Behnken, a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force, who flew on STS-123 in 2008. Robinson, Patrick and Behnken all have doctorates in mechanical engineering.



Source: NASA STS-130 Press Kit

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