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 This video is an animation showing locations of items in the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour as they will appear following the launch of STS-111. Items include the Orbiter Docking System, the Remote Manipulator System, the International Space Station Remote Manipulator System Wrist Roll Joint, the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, the Power and Data Grapple Fixture and the Service Module Debris Panel.
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 During STS-111, Space Shuttle Endeavour will deliver the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, or MBS, to the International Space Station. This video is an animation showing the locations of the major MBS components. Elements include the Power Data Grapple Fixtures, Payload ORU Accommodation, the MCAS Connector Panel, the MCAS Umbilical Mechanism Assembly and several data and control units.
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 This video offers a detailed animated view of the International Space Station’s Canadarm2 Wrist Cluster components, including the Wrist Roll Joint that will be replaced during an STS-111 spacewalk while Space Shuttle Endeavour is visiting the station. The video includes a sequence showing the mechanical process of removing the failed joint and installing the new one.
MPEG Video Format (9.0 M)
 This animation depicts the approach, rendezvous and docking of Space Shuttle Endeavour to the International Space Station during STS-111. It also shows the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module being removed from the payload bay by the shuttle’s robotic arm and attached to the station.
MPEG Video Format (9.5 M)
 This animation depicts the removal of the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module from the International Space Station by Endeavour’s robotic arm. Then it shows the shuttle undocking from the station, performing a flyaround maneuver and departing after several days of docked operations during STS-111.
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 During the first STS-111 extravehicular activity, the spacewalkers will attach a new Power and Data Grapple Fixture to the International Space Station's P6 Truss. This video shows a spacewalker removing the grapple fixture from its stowage location in Space Shuttle Endeavour's payload bay and moving it into position for placement on the P6 Truss.
MPEG Video Format (7.3 M)
 During the first STS-111 extravehicular activity, the spacewalkers will install a package of Service Module Debris Panels in a temporary stowage location on the International Space Station's Pressurized Mating Adapter 1, or PMA 1. This video shows the package in its original stowage location in Space Shuttle Endeavour's payload bay and indicates where it will be stowed on PMA 1. The shielding panels will eventually be distributed on the exterior of the station's Zvezda Module during a future spacewalk.
MPEG Video Format (7.0 M)
 During STS-111, Space Shuttle Endeavour astronauts will conduct three extravehicular activities, or EVAs, to install new equipment on the exterior of the International Space Station. During the first EVA, the spacewalkers will remove two new items from stowage in the shuttle's payload bay and install them on the station. This video animation shows the Power and Data Grapple Fixture and the Service Module Debris Panels being removed from stowage by the spacewalkers.
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 During STS-111, Space Shuttle Endeavour astronauts will conduct three extravehicular activities, or EVAs, to install new equipment on the exterior of the International Space Station. During the first EVA, the spacewalkers will remove two new items from stowage in the shuttle's payload bay and install them on the station. This video animation shows the Power and Data Grapple Fixture and the Service Module Debris Panels being removed from stowage by the spacewalkers.
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 During STS-111, Space Shuttle Endeavour will deliver the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, or MBS, to the International Space Station. This video is an animation showing how the MBS will increase the reach of Canadarm2, the station's robotic arm. The MBS will enable the arm to "inchworm" its way around the station.
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 During STS-111, Space Shuttle Endeavour will deliver several new or replacement components to the International Space Station. This video shows the stowage locations of four components as they appear when the shuttle arrives at the station. The components highlighted are: the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, the Power and Data Grapple Fixture, International Space Station Remote Manipulator System Wrist Roll Joint and the Service Module Debris Panel.
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 This video is an animation showing the locations of various Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, or MBS, components. The MBS will be delivered to the International Space Station aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour during STS-111.
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 This video is an animation showing installation of the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, or MBS, on the International Space Station's P6 Truss. The MBS will be delivered to the International Space Station aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour during STS-111.
MPEG Video Format (7.8 M)
 During STS-111, Space Shuttle Endeavour will deliver the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, or MBS, to the International Space Station. Once the MBS has been installed on the station's P6 Truss, several data cables must be connected between the new component and the truss. This video is an animation showing the locations of those cables.
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 During STS-111, Space Shuttle Endeavour will deliver the Mobile Remote Servicer Base System, or MBS, to the International Space Station. This video is an animation showing several components of the MBS, including a movable extension called the Orbital Replacement Unit Accommodation.
MPEG Video Format (8.8 M)
  This video is an animation depicting the replacement of the International Space Station's Canadarm2 Wrist Roll Joint during an STS-111 spacewalk. The astronauts will remove the failed component and replace it with a new one, which is stowed in the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour.
MPEG Video Format (7.8 M)
  This video is an animation depicting the replacement of the International Space Station's Canadarm2 Wrist Roll Joint during an STS-111 spacewalk. The astronauts will remove the failed component and place it in a carrier in the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour and return it to Earth for analysis.
MPEG Video Format (9.9 M)


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