NASA STS-132 Mission Footage (2010)

Atlantis

Garrett Reisman and Steve Bowen will install a spare space-to-ground antenna and perform other maintenance tasks.
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Videos in this documentary

# Video Play
1 April 29, 2010 STS-132 Pre-Launch Training at KSC Play Video
2 May 03, 2010 Shuttle, Space Station Teams "Ready" for STS-132 Mission Play Video
3 May 03, 2010 Atlantis Crew to Deliver Mini-Module to ISS Play Video
4 May 03, 2010 Three to Share Spacewalking Duties on Next Shuttle Journey Play Video
5 May 03, 2010 Launch Day Nears for STS-132 Play Video
6 May 05, 2010 Flight Simulations Prep Shuttle Crew Play Video
7 May 05, 2010 Shuttle's Toilet Requires Special Training Play Video
8 May 05, 2010 Space Shuttle to Liftoff May 14 Play Video
9 May 10, 2010 Liftoff Friday for Atlantis Astronauts Play Video
10 May 11, 2010 External Tank "Barges" Into Launch Site Play Video
11 May 11, 2010 Spacewalkers Drill for Safety Play Video
12 May 12, 2010 Crew Grabs New Parking Spot in Space Play Video
13 May 12, 2010 T-2 Days and Counting Play Video
14 May 12, 2010 Atlantis Ready for Journey to ISS Play Video
15 May 13, 2010 STS-132 Mission Managers' Update Play Video
16 May 14, 2010 STS-132 Underway - Atlantis Heads to Space Station Play Video
17 May 14, 2010 Atlantis: Into the Sunset Play Video
18 May 14, 2010 STS-132 Off to Successful Start Play Video
19 May 14, 2010 Ascent Team Helps Shuttle Crew into Space Play Video
20 May 14, 2010 Orbiters Spent Tank Cast Off Play Video
21 May 14, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 1: Launch Tops STS-132 Crews First Day in Space Play Video
22 May 15, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 2: Focus on Shuttles Tiles Top STS-132's Second Day Play Video
23 May 15, 2010 Atlantis Inspection Proceeds Despite Cable Snag Play Video
24 May 15, 2010 Backup Mode Used to Inspect Shuttle Play Video
25 May 16, 2010 Shuttle Docks with Space Station Play Video
26 May 16, 2010 "Red Carpet" Out for ISS Guests Play Video
27 May 16, 2010 Smooth Sailing for STS-132 Play Video
28 May 16, 2010 Managers Say STS-132 Ready for First Spacewalk Play Video
29 May 16, 2010 Atlantis "Flips" for Safety Check Play Video
30 May 16, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 3: Momentous for STS-132 Play Video
31 May 17, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 4: Successful Spacewalk Play Video
32 May 17, 2010 Radio Antenna, Tool Platform Installed on ISS Play Video
33 May 18, 2010 Next Up on STS-132: Spacewalk #2 Play Video
34 May 18, 2010 Astronauts, Cosmonauts Share Experiences Play Video
35 May 18, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 5: "Dawn" Comes to Station's Zarya Module Play Video
36 May 18, 2010 "The View from the Crew" Play Video
37 May 19, 2010 Mission's Second Spacewalk on Stride Play Video
38 May 19, 2010 "Shuttle Crew Focused" Play Video
39 May 19, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 6: Good and Bowen Begin Battery "Changeout" Play Video
40 May 20, 2010 Astronauts Talk About Life in Space with Media Play Video
41 May 20, 2010 Good and Reisman Prepare for 3rd Spacewalk Play Video
42 May 20, 2010 Station Provides Unique Platform for Research Play Video
43 May 20, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 7: Momentous for STS-132 Play Video
44 May 20, 2010 Shuttle Astronauts Produce Highlight Video Play Video
45 May 21, 2010 Battery Changeout Completed at ISS Play Video
46 May 21, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 8: Switching Batteries Powers Final Spacewalk Play Video
47 May 21, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 8: Shuttle Crew's "Highlight Reel" Play Video
48 May 21, 2010 Shuttle's Twin Boosters Supply Stunning Views Play Video
49 May 22, 2010 Students Link Up with Space Travelers Play Video
50 May 22, 2010 Atlantis Crew Takes a Break Play Video
51 May 22, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 9: Canadarm Caches Cargo Carrier Play Video
52 May 22, 2010 Moving Day in Space Play Video
53 May 23, 2010 Shuttle, Station Crews Part Ways Play Video
54 May 23, 2010 Atlantis Undocks After Week's Stay at Station Play Video
55 May 23, 2010 New Views of ISS Captured on "Flyaround" Play Video
56 May 23, 2010 Atlantis Astronauts Homeward Bound Play Video
57 May 23, 2010 Crews Recount Busy Week's Work Play Video
58 May 23, 2010 Focus on Shuttle's Protective Shield Play Video
59 May 23, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 10: Farewell, Undocking & Flyaround Highlight Day in Space Play Video
60 May 24, 2010 Shuttle Heat Shield in Good Shape Play Video
61 May 24, 2010 Atlantis Cleared for Wednesday Return Play Video
62 May 24, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 11: Safety Check Shows Shuttle's "Shield" Sound Play Video
63 May 24, 2010 Shuttle Crew Enjoys Final Days of Mission Play Video
64 May 25, 2010 Shuttle's Systems Checked Before Landing Play Video
65 May 14, 2010 New Looks at Atlantis Launch Play Video
66 May 25, 2010 Atlantis Astronauts Ready for Return Play Video
67 May 26, 2010 Safe Landing Ends Atlantis' Final Flight Play Video
68 May 26, 2010 Mission Objectives Met on STS-132 Play Video
69 May 26, 2010 STS-132: The Mission Highlights Play Video
70 May 26, 2010 Shuttle Astronauts Happy to be Home Play Video

Documentary Description

STS-132 (ISS assembly flight ULF4) is the current Space Shuttle mission, which docked with the International Space Station on May 16, 2010. It was launched from the Kennedy Space Center on 14 May 2010. The primary payload is the Russian Rassvet Mini-Research Module along with an Integrated Cargo Carrier-Vertical Light Deployable (ICC-VLD). STS-132 is the first US spaceflight since STS-97 to have only veteran astronauts (astronauts that have flown at least one previous mission) on board.

Mission payload

Mini-Research Module 1 (MRM 1)
STS-132 is scheduled to carry the Russian Mini-Research Module 1 to the International Space Station. MRM 1 is named Rassvet, which means "dawn" in Russian. It was built by the Russian aerospace company Energia. MRM 1 arrived at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) aboard an Antonov 124 cargo plane on 17 December 2009 at about 13:00 EST. After it was unloaded from the Antonov, the module was transported to an Astrotech processing bay in Cape Canaveral to undergo preparations for launch.

An airlock and radiation heat exchanger to be used for outfitting the Russian Nauka Module (to be launched in 2012), a spare elbow part of the European Robotic Arm (ERA) and a portable work platform for science hardware for performing experiments in outer space will be externally mounted on MRM1 in its launch configuration. Russian and US cargo to be delivered will also be accommodated inside the module. The volume for cargo and science inside MRM1 is 5 cubic meters. MRM1 has Grapple fixtures to allow the module to be unloaded from the payload bay of Atlantis. Berthing to the Zarya module will occur after the Space Shuttle has undocked from the Space Station.

Integrated Cargo Carrier-Vertical Light Deployable (ICC-VLD)
Also on board Atlantis will be the Integrated Cargo Carrier-Vertical Light Deployable (ICC-VLD) pallet holding a Ku-band Space to Ground Antenna (SGANT), SGANT boom assembly, Enhanced Orbital replacement Unit (ORU) Temporary Platform (EOTP) for the Canadian Dextre robotic arm extension, Video and Power Grapple fixtures (PVGF) and six new battery ORUs. The six new batteries will replace older ones on the P6 truss of the ISS. The old batteries will be placed on the ICC-VLD pallet for return to Earth. The EOTP was built by MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (MDA) of Brampton, Ontario, Canada, for NASA.

The ICC pallet is constructed of aluminum. It is approximately 8 feet long, 13 feet wide and 10 inches thick. The empty weight of the pallet is 2,645 pounds. The total weight of ICCâ

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