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 This video is an animation showing external and internal views of the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. This module will be used during STS-105 to ferry supplies to and from the station.
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 This video is an animation describing components used in conjunction with the Multi-Purpose Logistics modules to hold materials to be delivered to or taken from the International Space Station. These include the Express Rack, the Resupply Stowage Platform and the Resupply Stowage Rack.
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 This video is an animation of the configuration of the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module as flown to the station by Discovery during STS-105. Leonardo is used to ferry equipment and supplies to and from the International Space Station.
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 This video is an animation depicting the configuration of the International Space Station as Space Shuttle Discovery arrives during STS-105. The primary mission of STS-105 is to deliver the Expedition Three crew and return the Expedition Two crew. In addition, supplies will be delivered to the station using the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module.
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 This video is an animation of Space Shuttle Discovery's rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station during STS-105. The primary mission of STS-105 is to deliver the Expedition Three crew and return the Expedition Two crew. In addition, supplies will be delivered to the station using the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module.
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 This video is an animation of the installation process for the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, including its removal from Discovery's cargo bay and installation onto the International Space Station during STS-105.
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 This video is an animation of the STS-105 robotic arm activities for installing the Early Ammonia Servicer (EAS) onto the International Space Station. The EAS will be installed, using Discovery’s robotic arm, onto the truss, called the P6 truss that holds the station's giant U.S. solar arrays, associated batteries and the cooling radiators.
MPEG Video Format (1.5 M)
 This video is an animation showing the final locations for the Materials International Space Station Experiment on the U.S. Joint Airlock Quest and the location of the launch to activation heater cables that will be installed during two space walks during STS-105.
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 This video is an animation of the detachment of the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module and stowage in Discovery's cargo bay during STS-105.
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 This video is an animation of Discovery undocking from the International Space Station during STS-105. The fly around of the station is included in this animation.
MPEG Video Format (2.4 M)
 This video is an animation depicting the configuration of the cargo bay of Discovery including the Orbiter Docking System, Integrated Cargo Container containing the Early Ammonia Servicer (EAS). The EAS will be installed during one of the space walks during STS-105.
MPEG Video Format (2.3 M)
 This video is an animation illustrating the Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE) Passive Experiment Containers. MISSE will be mounted externally onto the U.S. Joint Airlock Quest.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 04/09/2002
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