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This animation depicts the location of the STS-104ís payloads, which includes the Joint Airlock, in Space Shuttle Atlantisí payload. The animation also depicts the configuration of the International Space Station prior to Atlantisí arrival.
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This is an animation of Space Shuttle Atlantisí rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station. Atlantis will be delivering the Joint Airlock to the space station. STS-104 will deliver the joint Airlock to the space station.
MPEG Video Format (1.5 M)
This is an animation of the International Space Stationís robotic arm, Canadarm2, lifting the Joint Airlock out of Space Shuttle Atlantisí payload bay. The Expedition Two crew, with the assistance of the STS-104 crew, will use the stationí robot arm to install the airlock onto the station.
MPEG Video Format (1.4 M)
This animation shows the International Space Stationís robotic arm, Canadarm2, lifting the first high-pressure gas tank filled with oxygen out of Space Shuttle Atlantisí payload bay and moving up to the stationís Joint Airlock where it will be installed. The airlock will have been installed earlier during the STS-104 mission.
MPEG Video Format (1.2 M)
This animation shows the International Space Stationís robotic arm, Canadarm2, lifting the first high-pressure gas tank filled with nitrogen out of Space Shuttle Atlantisí payload bay and moving up to the stationís Joint Airlock where it will be installed. The airlock will have been installed earlier during the STS-104 mission.
MPEG Video Format (1.0 M)
This animation shows the International Space Stationís robotic arm, Canadarm2, lifting the second high-pressure gas tank filled with oxygen out of Space Shuttle Atlantisí payload bay and moving up to the stationís Joint Airlock where it will be installed. The airlock will have been installed earlier during the STS-104 mission.
MPEG Video Format (1.2 M)
This animation shows the International Space Stationís robotic arm, Canadarm2, lifting the second high-pressure gas tank filled with nitrogen out of Space Shuttle Atlantisí payload bay and moving up to the stationís Joint Airlock where it will be installed. The airlock will have been installed earlier during the STS-104 mission.
MPEG Video Format (0.9 M)
This is an animation of Space Shuttle Atlantisí undocking and fly-around of the International Space Station. STS-104 will deliver the Joint Airlock to the space Station.
MPEG Video Format (2.3 M)
This is an animation that depicts the features of the Joint Airlock. The airlock will delivered to the International Space Station by Space Shuttle Atlantis during STS-104.
MPEG Video Format (1.5 M)
This video is an animation of the Joint Airlock, which will be delivered by Space Shuttle Atlantis during STS-104, attached to its final location on the International Space Station. The animation also depicts the various locations of the two oxygen and two nitrogen high-pressure gas tanks.
MPEG Video Format (1.5 M)
This video is an animation of the interior of the Joint Airlock, which will be delivered by Space Shuttle Atlantis during STS-104, including the interior of the equipment lock and the interior of the crew lock.
MPEG Video Format (2.0 M)
This video is an animation of the configuration of Space Shuttle Atlantisí payload bay. This includes several components including the Joint Airlock, the two oxygen high-pressure gas tanks and the two nitrogen high-pressure gas tanks. These will be installed onto the International Space Station during STS-104.
MPEG Video Format (2.2 M)
This video is an animation of some the activities to be performed during the first space walk of STS-104 performed by Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt and James Reilly. The major activity of the first space walk will be the preparation of the Joint Airlock in Space Shuttle Atlantis' payload bay for mating with the International Space Station and providing assistance to Flight Engineer Susan Helms with the stationís robotic arm.
MPEG Video Format (2.9 M)
This video is an animation of some the activities to be performed during the first space walk of STS-104 performed by Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt and James Reilly. The major activity of the first space walk will be the preparation of the Joint Airlock in Space Shuttle Atlantis' payload bay for mating with the International Space Station and providing assistance to Flight Engineer Susan Helms with the stationís robotic arm.
MPEG Video Format (2.8 M)
This video is an animation of some the activities to be performed during the second space walk of STS-104 performed by Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt and James Reilly. The major activity of the second space walk will be the installation of the first set of oxygen and nitrogen high-pressure gas tanks onto the International Space Station's Joint Airlock.
MPEG Video Format (2.7 M)
This video is an animation of some the activities to be performed during the second space walk of STS-104 performed by Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt and James Reilly. The major activity of the second space walk will be the installation of the first set of oxygen and nitrogen high-pressure gas tanks onto the International Space Station's Joint Airlock.
MPEG Video Format (1.9 M)
This video is an animation of some the activities to be performed during the third space walk of STS-104 performed by Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt and James Reilly. The major activity of the third space walk will be the installation of the second set of oxygen and nitrogen high-pressure gas tanks onto the International Space Station's Joint Airlock. This will also be the first use of the stationís airlock to conduct a space walk.
MPEG Video Format (2.7 M)
This video is an animation of some the activities to be performed during the third space walk of STS-104 performed by Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt and James Reilly. The major activity of the third space walk will be the installation of the second set of oxygen and nitrogen high-pressure gas tanks onto the International Space Station's Joint Airlock. This will also be the first use of the stationís airlock to conduct a space walk.
MPEG Video Format (2.0 M)


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