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Daily Videos: Flight Day 8

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 Master # 719590 1:10:45-1:12:00 -- Aug. 2, 2005 --- STS-114 Pilot Jim Kelly answers a question from the news media: "What types of items did you bring onboard to make the Shuttle more like home?"
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 Aug. 2, 2005 --- NASA engineers at Johnson Space Center, Houston, demonstrate a one-handed technique for cutting off a protruding piece of gap filler from between two Space Shuttle heat shield tiles. They are using an improvised hacksaw similar to one astronauts aboard Shuttle Discovery were able to make with available materials.
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 Master # 719590 1:15:13-1:15:48 -- Aug. 2, 2005 --- Expedition 11 NASA Science Officer John Phillips gives his impressions of his mission aboard the International Space Station.
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 Master # 719590 1:26:35-1:37:31 -- Aug. 2, 2005 --- This video shows Canadarm2 grappling the External Stowage Platform in Space Shuttle Discovery's payload bay and moving it to the pre-install position. Spacewalkers will complete installation of the platform during the third STS-114 spacewalk.
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 Master # 719590 1:09:10-1:10:00 -- Aug. 2, 2005 --- STS-114 Commander Eileen Collins answers a question from the news media: "What's the untold story of this mission?"
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 Aug. 2, 2005 --- NASA engineers at Johnson Space Center, Houston, demonstrate a two-handed technique for cutting off a protruding piece of gap filler from between two Space Shuttle heat shield tiles. They are using an improvised hacksaw and forceps.
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 Aug. 2, 2005 --- NASA engineers at Johnson Space Center, Houston, demonstrate a technique for pulling a gap filler from between two Space Shuttle heat shield tiles.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 08/10/2005
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