Flight Director Leroy Cain: FDO [pronounced Fido], Flight. Vacuum vent temperature sensor returns to normal rise rate. sister projects: Wikidata item. Flight Dynamics Officer (FDO) Richard Jones: Go ahead, Flight. It's going to be a 10-minute delay basically in receipt of the data here. Image above: Space shuttle Atlantis launches July 8, 2011 on the STS-135 mission, the final flight of the Space Shuttle Program. CAIN: Did we get another balloon launched? + View Acrobat PDF (3.8 Mb) 03.10.03 - STS-107 Mishap Response Team (MRT) #1 Meeting Minutes (2/1/03) Ron Dittemore, … Mission Control Transcript of Columbia's Final Minutes. MMACS (Maintenance, Mechanical, Arm and Crew Systems Officer Jeff Kling): Flight, MMACS. KLING: FYI I've just lost four separate temperature transducers on the left side of the vehicle, hydraulic return temperatures.
08:52:55 a.m. Space Shuttle Columbia Disaster Transcript by National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scary stuff... we should get a damn news award for this! National Aeronautics and Space Administration . … CAIN: Go ahead, MMACS. ... Space Shuttle Program Contingency Action Plan, NSTS-07700 This document proscribes the plan for the Program response in the event of a Space Shuttle contingency. MCC-Commentator: "Columbia is on target for runway three-three at the Kennedy Space Center Shuttle Landing Facility runway. That's our estimate. Editorial Note: This is a transcript of the Challenger operational recorder voice tape. JONES: Yes sir. THE SECRET TRANSCRIPT! Editors Note: This was snagged from a employee at NASA/JPL a few months after the crash and stored away. Space Shuttle Launch and Landing. NASA has released the following records in response to requests made under the Freedom of Information Act.