Space Shuttle

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STS-107 Status Report #17 - Jan. 31, 2003

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Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

Columbia crewmembers deactivated experiments and began stowing gear to prepare for their scheduled Saturday landing at the Kennedy Space Center.

N1ORC – Sat, 2003 – 02 – 01 12:14

STS-107 Landing 1 Feb. 14:16 GMT

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The STS-107 crewmembers began preparing for their return to Earth, which is slated for Saturday.

Columbia is slated to land at 8:16 a.m. CST (1416 GMT) Saturday. Forecasts call for favorable weather at landing.

The STS-107 Landing Ground Tracks are available.

pe2jmr – Fri, 2003 – 01 – 31 20:52

STS-107 Crewmembers Repair Mist

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Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

The STS-107 Red Team successfully repaired the Water Mist Fire Suppression Experiment on Tuesday. The experiment, which is also known as Mist, will be the third investigation to occur in the Combustion Module.

N1ORC – Wed, 2003 – 01 – 29 13:28


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Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

In a remote, hostile, totally alien environment, every life-sustaining resource is precious. In space, other than air, none is more precious than water.

Improving the careful use of that critical resource is the goal of the Vapor Compression Distillation Flight Experiment, which is undergoing tests during the STS-107 Space Shuttle mission launched January 16.

N1ORC – Tue, 2003 – 01 – 28 20:27

STS-107 Status Report #11 - Jan. 25, 2003

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Space shuttle Columbia's astronauts completed an experiment studying the activity of bone cells in microgravity and began final tests with a technology demonstration designed to investigate the behavior of capillary-pumped loops in space as the 16-day international science mission completed Flight Day 10.

N1ORC – Sun, 2003 – 01 – 26 13:43

Israeli Leaders Turn Heavenward, Speak To Ilan Ramon In Space on Columbia

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Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Education Minister Limor Livnat spoke with Israel's first astronaut, Col. Ilan Ramon, on a video hook-up late this afternoon as he was circling the Earth for approximately the 80th time since ascending into space five days ago. All three of them expressed great excitement at the opportunity to communicate in this manner.

N1ORC – Thu, 2003 – 01 – 23 11:47

STS-107 Status Report #08 - Jan. 22, 2003

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The seven astronauts aboard Columbia beamed down television views of

their smallest companions in orbit today, including insects, spiders,

fish, bees and silk worms that are part of the Space Technology and

Research Students package of experiments designed and developed by

students in six countries.

N1ORC – Thu, 2003 – 01 – 23 11:45

Isreali PAO Event

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Today 01/21/2003 @ 9:39am CST

The crew aboard STS-107 will be doing a live interview with Isreali Prime minister and selected cabnet members on NASA TV.......

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N9OEW – Tue, 2003 – 01 – 21 19:08


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pe2jmr – Fri, 2003 – 01 – 17 09:53

Columbia STS-107 launched today

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Columbia Launches to Begin 16-Day Research Mission
STS-107 got under way today when Space Shuttle Columbia launched from
Kennedy Space Center, Fla., at 9:39 a.m. CST (1539 GMT). The seven-member
crew is slated to spend to 16 days in space conducting research during.....

IK1SLD – Thu, 2003 – 01 – 16 20:20

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