The STS-98 missions primary role was to take the new US laboratory Destiny to the International Space Station. After the docking of Destiny to the ISS it became the largest space station ever flown and it was time for the crew of the ISS and Space Shuttle Atlanta to enter the new space.
This NASA TV downlink, taken on 12 February 2001, features the opening of the hatch to the new Destiny Laboratory with a statement by STS-98 commander Ken Cockrall, and the crews continued activation of the laboratory.
The video comprises of a 3 minute edited crew activbity report with English commentary and a longer Flight Day 5 highlights with international sound.
07:00:20:00 Crew Activity Report
07:02:42:00 Flight Day 5 Highlights