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Daily Videos: Flight Day 1

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 July 30, 2005 -- This video from the left Solid Rocket Booster depicts the condition of the External Tank during ascent, booster separation from the Space Shuttle and splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean.
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 Master 719511 14:38:49-14:41:20 -- Space Shuttle Discovery launches at 9:39 a.m. CDT July 26, 2005, from Launch Pad 39 B at Kennedy Space Center, beginning the STS-114 mission.
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 Master 510871 21:26:52-21:27:24 -- July 26, 2005 --- During the launch of STS-114, a camera mounted on the external tank captures an unidentified object that appears to peel away from the tank. The object did not strike anything as it fell away from the stack.
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 Master 719583 01:25:25-01:26:26 -- July 26, 2005 --- STS-114 crewmembers in Discovery's aft flight deck prepare for initialization and checkout of the orbiter's robotic arm.
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 Master 510871 21:25:05-21:25:28 -- July 26, 2005 --- A camera mounted on the external tank captures what appears to be a tile fragment falling away from Shuttle Discovery during launch.
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 Master 719583 01:21:33-01:22:19 -- July 26, 2005 --- STS-114 astronauts open the payload bay doors of Space Shuttle Discovery. A camera onboard the International Space Station provides a stunning view of Earth from orbit. Discovery is scheduled to dock to the Station on July 28 at 6:18 a.m. CDT.
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 July 30, 2005 -- This video from the right Solid Rocket Booster depicts the condition of the External Tank during ascent, booster separation from the Space Shuttle and splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 08/10/2005
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