The primary objective of the shuttle mission STS-98 was to deliver and install the US Destiny Laboratory onto the International Space Station. Also, the STS-98 astronauts relocated the Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 from the Unity Node to the forward Common Berthing Mechanism on Destiny. These two primary tasks were performed with the aid of three space walks and the use of Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm.
The Crew comprised of Commander Ken Cockrell, Pilot Mark Polansky and Mission Specialists Robert Curbeam, Marsha Ivins and Thomas Jones.
This NASA TV downlink (and glass-fibre feed), taken on 11 February 2001, features the installation of the US Laboratory Destiny to the International Space Station, the first space walk by Tom Jones and Robert Curbeam and also features a brief ammonia leak.
The video comprises of a 4 minute crew activity report with English voiceover and a longer flight day highlights with international sound. WARNING - During recording the satellite downlink was disturbed and the
00:30:33:00 Crew Activity Report
00:34:54:04 Flight Day Highlights