[RTF-1]-STS-114 Discovery • [RTF-2]-STS-121 Discovery
-STS-115 Atlantis • -STS-116 Discovery • -STS-117 Atlantis
-STS-118 Endeavour • -STS-120 Discovery • -STS-122 Atlantis
-STS-123 Endeavour • -STS-124 Discovery • -STS-125 Atlantis
-STS-126 Endeavour • -STS-119 Discovery • -STS-127 Endeavour
-STS-128 Discovery • -STS-129 Endeavour • -STS-130 Discovery
-STS-131 Endeavour • -STS-132 Discovery • -STS-133 Endeavour
STS-124 MCC Status Report #02 :: The seven members of shuttle Discovery began their first full day in space this morning, waking up to “Your Wildest Dreams” by the Moody Blues. The song was played for Pilot Ken Ham. Aboard the shuttle are Commander Mark Kelly, Ham and Mission Specialists Karen Nyberg, Ron Garan, Mike Fossum, Greg Chamitoff and Akihiko Hoshide, a Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut. Today’s activities will focus on performing an inspection of the shuttle’s thermal protection system. This will be a limited inspection using the end effector camera of the shuttle’s robotic arm. This inspection usually would be completed using the Orbiter Boom Sensor System (OBSS), the special attachment on the end of the shuttle’s robotic arm, but due to the size of the Kibo laboratory, Discovery could not carry its own OBSS. During the last shuttle mission, STS-123, Endeavour left behind its OBSS at the station after it had performed its inspection. Discovery will retrieve that OBSS and use it to perform a more detailed inspection on the seventh flight day of the mission. Discovery will then bring the OBSS back home with it when it returns to Earth. The shuttle crew also will spend the day checking out the equipment that will be used during the spacewalks that are scheduled for the STS-124 mission. They will install the centerline camera, which is used as the shuttle approaches and docks with the station. The crew also will extend the orbiter’s docking system ring and conduct a survey of the shuttle’s orbital maneuvering system (OMS) pods. During Discovery’s launch, there was a loss of electronics on a secondary gimbal actuator on the shuttle’s left OMS pod. That OMS engine is still usable and has been put into a parked position, and there is no impact to the mission. The shuttle conducted a series of OMS burns after it reached orbit to fine-tune its approach to the station, and the orbiter performed nominally. Flight controllers will continue to examine the issue to determine if it is a mechanical or instrumentation issue. The next shuttle status report will be issued at the end of the crew day, or earlier if events warrant.
AO 123 = STS-124 DISCOVERY FD#2 WAKEUP SONG (AO-62 YOUR WILDEST DREAMS).
AO 259 = NATIVE AMERICAN ART: NAVAJO STONE SCULPTING : GREETINGS IN NAVAJO STONE SCULPTING (AO-40 ROY M. WALTERS JR., AO-79 MYSTIC CANYON STUDIO) = THE POSSIBILITY OF COCOONED AUDIOPHONY CONSTITUTES THE SUBJECTIVE (AO-85 DERRIDA AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY).
080531 Navajo 23 ar 34'33.4853 0.2276074 8°54' 7.6233
080614 Navajo 26 ar 35' 1.3571 0.2087522 10° 2'22.6095
• Aries 24° An open window of an old-fashioned room is seen, the net curtain is blowing inward into the shape of a cornucopia.
• Aries 27° A panorama of blending events out of the past shows the regaining of lost opportunity through the imagination.
080602 Navajo 24 ar 0' 0.0001 0.2254006 9° 3'48.7341 17:57:524630UTC
080607 Navajo 25 ar 0' 0.0001 0.2195527 9°26'34.2162 05:48:313446UTC
080611 Navajo 26 ar 0' 0.0001 0.2129297 9°49'12.7845 20:46:397504UTC
AO 156 = STS-124 DISCOVERY THERMAL PROTECTION SYSTEM = STS-124 DISCOVERY THRUST VECTOR CONTROL SYSTEM.
AO 105 = WIKIIBÍÍDIIYA:ÁDAANIIDÍ, YÁ'ÁT'ÉÉH = O2FM FC3 @ 4:02PM - 6:02PM CDT (AO-140 STS-124 DISCOVERY MAIN ENGINE CUT OFF, AO-151 O2 FLOW METER ON FC3 4:02:12 - 6:02:12 CDT, AO-151 STS-124 DISCOVERY @ 04:02PM - 06:02PM CT).