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 This video is an animation of Space Shuttle Atlantis' rendezvous and docking with the International Space Station during STS-98. The main objective of STS-98 is to install the U.S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the station.
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 This video is an animation of the temporary relocation of the International Space Station's Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 from the Unity Connecting Module to the Z1 Manual Berthing Mechanism during STS-98. The adapter will be relocated to allow the installation of the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module.
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 This video is an animation of Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm being used to connect the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module to the Unity Connecting Module of the existing International Space Station during STS-98.
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 This video is an animation of Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm being used to relocate Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 from the Z1 Manual Berthing Mechanism to the Common Berthing Mechanism on the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module during STS-98. Atlantis will be the seventh shuttle flight to visit the International Space Station.
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 This video is an animation of Space Shuttle Atlantis' undocking and fly-around of the International Space Station during STS-98. Atlantis and its five-member crew will deliver the U.S. Destiny Laboratory Module to the station.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the first space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the first space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the first space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station. The video contains animation and footage from the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the second space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the second space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station. The video contains animation and footage from the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the third space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the third space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the third space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station. The video contains animation and footage from the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.
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 STS-98 Lead EVA Officer Kerri Knotts describes activities during the third space walk by Mission Specialists Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam during the mission. Three space walks will be performed and Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm will be used to install the U. S. Destiny Laboratory Module onto the International Space Station. The video contains animation and footage from the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory.
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