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  1. HAL

    L-3 Media Update: ULA Atlas V STP-3 Mission Progressing Toward Launch Dec. 5

    Hello, Everything continues to progress towards the ULA Atlas V launch carrying the Space Test Program-3 (STP-3) mission for the U.S. Space Force. The mission is planned to lift off on Sun., Dec. 5 at 4:04 a.m. EST from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida...
  2. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 12/01/2021

    Payloads: Actiwatch Plus: Actiwatch Plus devices were connected to the HRF-1 rack using a USB Hub in preparation for ground commanding and battery charging. The Actiwatch is a waterproof, nonintrusive, sleep-wake activity monitor worn on the wrist of a crewmember. The device contains a...
  3. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/30/2021

    ExtraVehicular (EVA) Status: Due to a late debris notification Monday night, the P1 SASA R&R EVA was deferred today. The USOS crew was provided an uplinked list of activities to work from in lieu of the scheduled timeline. These activities were accelerated from later in the week to accommodate...
  4. HAL

    L-4 Media Update: ULA Atlas V STP-3 Mission Progressing Toward Launch Dec. 5

    Hello, Everything is progressing toward the ULA Atlas V launch carrying the Space Test Program-3 (STP-3) mission for the U.S. Space Force. The mission is planned to lift off on Sun., Dec. 5 at 4:04 a.m. EST from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. Today's...
  5. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/29/2021

    Payloads: ISS HAM: The crew completed an ISS HAM pass with Colegio Pumahue Temuco, Temuco, Chile. The school is part of the international group of Cognita Schools and a certified Cambridge International School. ISS Ham Radio provides opportunities to engage and educate students, teachers...
  6. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/24/2021

    Payloads: Acoustic Diagnostics: The crew set up the Acoustic Diagnostic instrumentation with a goal of performing calibration and science measurements. Unfortunately, these activities ran over their scheduled time and will need to be deferred to a later day. The Acoustic Upgraded Diagnostics...
  7. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/26/2021

    Russian Node Module Docking (6R): The newest Russian docking port, the Prichal module, docked to the ISS today at 9:20 am CST. The five-ton docking module automatically docked to the Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM) successfully after launching from Kazakstan on Wednesday, November 24th...
  8. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/23/2021

    Payloads: Astrobatics: The crew relocated items out of the experiment area, set up the appropriate hardware, and assisted the ground team with the Astrobatics experiment session tasks. Astrobee Maneuvering by Robotic Manipulator Hopping (Astrobatics) demonstrates the Astrobee robotic vehicles...
  9. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/19/2021

    Payloads: Airborne Particulate Monitor (APM): The crew removed the memory card from the APM, transferred the data, and then reinstalled the card. Air quality in crewed spacecraft is important for keeping astronauts healthy and comfortable. Although requirements exist for maximum allowable...
  10. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/22/2021

    Cygnus NG-16 Departure: On Saturday, November 20th, NG-16 was unberthed from the Node 1 nadir CBM, maneuvered and then released by the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) at 10:01 am CST. Cygnus will deorbit on Wednesday, Dec. 15, following a deorbit engine firing to set up a...
  11. HAL

    MEDIA UPDATE: United Launch Alliance STP-3 Mission Update

    MEDIA UPDATE: United Launch Alliance STP-3 Mission Update (Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Fla., Nov. 22, 2021) - The launch of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 551 rocket carrying the Space Test Program -3 (STP-3) mission for the U.S. Space Force's Space Systems Command (SSC) is delayed...
  12. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/18/2021

    Payloads: Grip Seated Science 2 Experiment Session: From an upright seated posture, the crew performed experiment tasks looking at friction, discrete movement (with eyes open/closed), and collisions. The Grip experiment studies the long-duration spaceflight effects on the abilities of human...
  13. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/17/2021

    Radial Hatch Opening: This morning, FE-12 opened all radial hatches in the USOS. This allowed the crew to opportunity to perform several activities, notably EVA preparation activities in the US Airlock. The ISS team continues to monitor the effects of a Russian satellite breakup that created...
  14. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/16/2021

    Orbital Debris Continued Influence: The ISS team continues to monitor the effects of a Russian satellite breakup that created sufficient debris and posed a conjunction threat to the ISS. As part of the nominal procedure for ISS conjunctions, yesterday the crew closed all hatches and both Dragon...
  15. HAL

    ISS Daily Summary Report – 11/15/2021

    Orbital Debris Shelter-In-Place: The ISS team has been notified of a satellite breakup that may create sufficient debris to pose a conjunction threat to the ISS. As part of the nominal procedure for ISS conjunctions, this morning the crew closed all hatches and both Dragon and Soyuz crews...
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