NASA STS-131 Mission Footage (2010)

Discovery

STS-131 launch, at 6:21 a.m. EDT - April 5, 2010
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Videos in this documentary

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1 February 25, 2010 Discovery Hooked Up for Spring Mission Play Video
2 March 01, 2010 Shuttle Crew to "Dress" for Success Play Video
3 March 02, 2010 STS-131 Crew Trains at the Kennedy Space Center Play Video
4 March 04, 2010 STS-131 Astronauts Talk to Reporters During Training Break Play Video
5 March 04, 2010 STS-131- Discovery Rolls to the Launch Pad Play Video
6 March 05, 2010 Crew Trains at the Kennedy Space Center Play Video
7 March 09, 2010 Shuttle Program Readies for Final Flights Play Video
8 March 09, 2010 Astronaut Duo Tapped for Trio of Spacewalks Play Video
9 March 09, 2010 Former Teacher Has Lesson Plan for Shuttle Mission Play Video
10 March 09, 2010 Discovery's International Crew Set for STS-131 Play Video
11 March 09, 2010 Media Gets Update on Discovery, Mission Objectives Play Video
12 March 10, 2010 STS-131 Astronauts Prepare For April Launch Play Video
13 March 10, 2010 Shuttle Crew, Teams Say They're "Go" for Journey to Station Play Video
14 March 19, 2010 STS-131: Behind the Scenes, Vol. 1 Play Video
15 March 22, 2010 Next Shuttle Mission's Payload Proceeds to Pad Play Video
16 March 25, 2010 Shuttle's Underside Has "Mass" Appeal Play Video
17 March 25, 2010 Come "Fly" With Me Play Video
18 April 01, 2010 Three Days and a Wake-Up: STS-131 Crew Ready for Mission Play Video
19 April 05, 2010 Media Updated on Successful Start to STS-131 Play Video
20 April 05, 2010 Discovery and STS-131 Crew 2 Days from ISS Play Video
21 April 05, 2010 STS-131: Discovery Launches to the International Space Station Play Video
22 April 05, 2010 Media Updated on Successful Start to STS-131 Play Video
23 April 05, 2010 Astronauts Get Help "Uphill" from Below Play Video
24 April 06, 2010 Discovery Chases Space Station Play Video
25 April 06, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 1: Luminious Launch Leads Play Video
26 April 06, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 2: Robotics Help Safety Review Play Video
27 April 06, 2010 STS-131 Mission Managers Brief Reporters Play Video
28 April 07, 2010 Discovery Back Flips for Safety Play Video
29 April 07, 2010 STS-131: Discovery Does Backflip at Station Play Video
30 April 07, 2010 STS-131 Crew Arrives Safely at Station Play Video
31 April 07, 2010 STS-131 Plus 23 Makes Baker's Dozen on Space Station Play Video
32 April 07, 2010 "Clean" Vehicle, Ku Band Discussed in Mission Status Briefing Play Video
33 April 07, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 3: Rendezvous Tops Flight Day Play Video
34 April 07, 2010 Space Shuttle Discovery Retrospective Play Video
35 April 07, 2010 STS-131 Managers Review Spacewalk Preps for Media Play Video
36 April 07, 2010 Media Briefed on Module Installation Play Video
37 April 08, 2010 Shuttle Trio Working Hard, Enjoying Time in Space Play Video
38 April 08, 2010 Spacewalk Preps Among Highlights of Shuttle Crew's Fourth Day in Space Play Video
39 April 08, 2010 Shuttle Mission Going Smoothly Despite Ku Band Outage Play Video
40 April 09, 2010 Astronauts Complete Mission's First Spacewalk Play Video
41 April 09, 2010 Spacewalkers Fullfill Tasks Outside ISS Play Video
42 April 09, 2010 Astronauts Have a Busy Work Day in Space Play Video
43 April 09, 2010 Life On Orbit Play Video
44 April 10, 2010 Spacewalkers "Chill," Chat After First EVA Play Video
45 April 10, 2010 "What's it Like in Space?" Play Video
46 April 11, 2010 Astros Ready to Rove in Space Play Video
47 April 11, 2010 STS-131: Booster Camera Views Play Video
48 April 11, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 6: A Smooth Day 6 in Space Play Video
49 April 11, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 6 in High Definition: Spacewalk #2 Play Video
50 April 11, 2010 New Equipment Installed Outside ISS Play Video
51 April 11, 2010 Another Moving Day on Shuttle, Station Play Video
52 April 11, 2010 HD "Crew Choice" Video Play Video
53 April 11, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 7: Astronauts "Grapple" In Orbit Play Video
54 April 12, 2010 Making the Rounds on Orbit Play Video
55 April 12, 2010 Astros Prep to Step In Space Play Video
56 April 13, 2010 Hatch Closes on Final STS-131 Spacewalk Play Video
57 April 13, 2010 Supplies Split Up on ISS Play Video
58 April 13, 2010 Supplies Split Up on ISS Play Video
59 April 13, 2010 "Moving" Continues In and Out of Station Play Video
60 April 14, 2010 Living It "Up" Together Play Video
61 April 14, 2010 Former Teacher Calls Class from Space Play Video
62 April 14, 2010 Discovery Crew Gets "Kick Back" Time Play Video
63 April 14, 2010 Cargo, Class and Crews' Conference Play Video
64 April 15, 2010 Moving Module "Doubles" as Dumpster on Return Flight Play Video
65 April 16, 2010 "Late" Inspection Provides Shuttle Safeguard Play Video
66 April 16, 2010 Camera Captures "Clean" Heat Shield Play Video
67 April 17, 2010 STS-131: The Launch of Discovery Play Video
68 April 17, 2010 Two Spacecraft Go Separate Ways Play Video
69 April 17, 2010 Space Station Gets Final "Once-Over" Play Video
70 April 17, 2010 Heading for Home Play Video
71 April 17, 2010 Crew Begins Last Leg of Journey Play Video
72 April 17, 2010 Underbelly Under Scrutiny Play Video
73 April 17, 2010 Discovery Makes Its Move Play Video
74 April 18, 2010 Planning for a Safe Return Play Video
75 April 18, 2010 Flight Day Highlights 14: Down the Home Stretch Play Video
76 April 20, 2010 "Welcome Back!" Discovery Lands Safely at Kennedy Play Video
77 April 20, 2010 STS-131: Discovery Lands at Kennedy Space Center Play Video
78 April 20, 2010 Mission a Successful "Score" Play Video
79 April 20, 2010 A Productive Performance Play Video
80 April 20, 2010 Entry Flight Control Team a Down-to-Earth Group Play Video

Documentary Description

As the last round-trip for the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, Discovery’s 13-day mission will provide the International Space Station with not only some 8 tons of science equipment and cargo, but also one last opportunity to send a large load of cargo back to the ground. Leonardo serves as basically a moving van for the space station, allowing the shuttle to, first of all, deliver shipments of equipment and supplies larger than any other vehicle could accommodate, and, second, to return science experiments, unneeded hardware and trash to the ground – all other cargo transfer vehicles burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere. And although Leonardo will return to the station once more on the last space shuttle mission later this year, this is scheduled to be its last round trip – Leonardo will remain permanently at the station after STS-133. So while it will deliver one more batch of goods, the cargo returning on STS-131 will be the last that it brings home.

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