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Daily Videos: Flight Day 6

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 July 16, 2001 --- This video shows the hatch between the Unity module and the vestibule to the U.S. Joint Airlock, Quest, being opened by Expedition Two Flight Engineer Jim Voss. Voss then opens the intra-vehicular hatch which leads into the equipment lock inside the Quest Airlock.
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 July 16,2001 --- From left to right, STS-104 Pilot Charles Hobaugh, Expedition Two Commander Yury Usachev and STS-104 Mission Commander Steve Lindsey are shown in this video during an interview. Usachev is asked for his reflections on the accomplishments of the Expedition Two crew and the significance of its stay on the International Space Station for Human Space Exploration. The Expedition Two crew will depart the International Space Station in August of 2001.
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 July 16, 2001 --- This video provides a view of STS-104 Mission Specialist James Reilly working within the U.S. Joint Airlock, Quest. Reilly was participating in a dress rehearsal for the third space walk of this mission. Reilly and Mission Specialist Michael Gernhardt will begin the third space walk from Quest. Reilly and Gernhardt worked in conjunction with Expedition Two Flight Engineers Susan Helms and Jim Voss, as well as STS-104 Mission Specialist Janet Kavandi and Pilot Charles Hobaugh, to install and partially outfit Quest in two previous space walks.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 04/09/2002
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