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  (November 2, 2000) --- The Expedition One crew members receive congratulatory messages from Russian officials at the Mission Control Center in Moscow after docking with the International Space Station.
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  (November 2, 2000) --- International Space Station Expedition One crew members receive congratulatory messages from NASA Director Dan Goldin.
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  (November 2, 2000) --- International Space Station Expedition One crew members receive congratulatory messages from Russian officials (audio only). Video is static view of Russian Flight Control Room in Korolev, Russia.
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  (November 2, 2000) --- At 4:23 a.m. CST, the hatch leading into the Zvezda's living quarters is opened, signifying the start of human occupancy of the International Space Station. Soyuz Commander Yuri Gidzenko and Flight Engineer Sergei Krikalev float into Zvezda first, at the request of their Commander, Bill Shepherd.
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  (December 22, 2000) --- Expedition One Commander William M. (Bill) Shepherd, Flight Engineer Sergei K. Krikalev and Soyuz Commander Yuri P. Gidzenko, the “most forward deployed citizens of the Earth at this moment,” send their holiday greetings to Earth from the International Space Station. The wishes were extended as they are “well started on our journey of exploration and discovery, building a foothold for men and women who will voyage and live in places far away from the planet Earth.” The crew expressed its “hope that the goodwill and purpose on the station may enrich the holiday spirit for all on the good planet Earth.”
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  (January 31, 2001) --- The members of the Expedition One crew added a minute of salute to the many that happened on Earth as they passed to the ground their thoughts on Space Shuttle Challenger and the 15 years that have passed. Expedition One Commander Bill Shepherd suggested “that we are able to mark this in-flight, in space is a most fitting tribute to the memories of our fallen crewmates and friends.” The crew suggested that we “let the name ‘Challenger’ give us pause to reflect on and purpose to continue our voyage of exploration and discovery.” Shepherd then struck the ship’s bell seven times in tribute to the Challenger crew.
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  (November 25, 2003) -- The Expedition 1 crew demonstrate how food is prepared and served on the International Space Station.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 11/25/2003
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