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Daily Videos: Flight Day 11

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 Oct. 17, 2002 --- STS-112 Pilot Pam Melroy answers a question posed by Human Space Flight Web site visitor Christian Bahr of Traunstein, Bavaria, Germany: "How does it feel onboard the shuttle when the three main engines stop after the climb to orbit? This must be the moment of feeling zero-gravity for the first time, I guess. Do you feel a shock or something like breaking down hard when the engines stop?"
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 Oct. 17, 2002 --- STS-112 Mission Specialist Dave Wolf answers a question posed by Human Space Flight Web site visitor Christian Zahl of Celle, Germany: "Watching the downlinked videos, it seems that the spacesuits are really big, and it's hard get out. How difficult is it to handle the tools and devices with such big gloves?"
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 Oct. 17, 2002 --- STS-112 Mission Specialist Sandy Magnus answers a question posed by Human Space Flight Web site visitor Suzanne Caffee of West Lafayette, Ind.: " It seems that sleeping in micro-gravity would be very comfortable. Is this true?"
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 Oct. 17, 2002 --- STS-112 Mission Specialist Sandy Magnus answers a question posed by Human Space Flight Web site visitor Susan Shaw of Terre Haute, Ind.: " Do you find yourself distracted or gazing at Earth because it looks so awesome from your view?"
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 Oct. 17, 2002 --- STS-112 Commander Jeff Ashby answers a question posed by Human Space Flight Web site visitor Nicolas of Boulder, Colo.: "I am interested in knowing more about the cap you wear under the helmets. Why do you wear it, and what is it for?"
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 Oct. 17, 2002 --- STS-112 Commander Jeff Ashby answers a question posed by Human Space Flight Web site visitor Ryan Anderson of Warrensburg, Mo.: " What is it like to dock the orbiter to the International Space Station?"
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 Oct. 17, 2002 --- STS-112 crewmembers -- Commander Jeff Ashby and Mission Specialists David Wolf and Piers Sellers -- work aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis' flight deck during the last day of the mission.
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 Oct. 17, 2002 --- One day before landing, all six STS-112 crewmembers gather on Space Shuttle Atlantis' flight deck to talk with the media about their mission.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 10/21/2002
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