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These aliens soon thaw out and flee Earth, taking the research team with them. Starfleet orders Enterprise to find them, but the crew are not prepared for just how dangerous these aliens really are. Robinson were in competition for breaking the warp 2 barrier.

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As Enterprise heads back home, an unlikely source informs Archer about the Xindi and that their next attack will destroy Earth. Now finally, they may have a lead as Enterprise is en route to a mining colony that is supposed to have a Xindi worker. But the attempt to learn more about the race threatening Earth leads Archer and Trip into a trap.

Before the crew can make repairs, a group of Osaarians board and loot the ship. The crew pursue the Osaarians to retrieve what was stolen, but when Archer learns these aliens encountered the Xindi, he goes to extreme lengths to get information from an imprisoned Osaarian. However, she soon begins using her strange powers to collect information about humans for her Xindi overlords. Archer, T'Pol, Reed and Hawkins attempt a rescue mission, but they become trapped onboard the vessel and have to fend off the Vulcan crew, who have turned violent. All he asks is that Hoshi stay with him on his planet while he works.

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However, she soon learns that Tarquin would like her to stay indefinitely. Archer interrogates the head of the facility, a Xindi-Sloth named Gralik, only to learn that he knows nothing about the attack on Earth. While in the expanse years earlier, Archer had become infected with parasites in a state of temporal flux, which prevented him from forming new long-term memories. With Archer unfit for duty, the mission to save Earth had failed. Archer allows Phlox to create a symbiote of Trip, which will only live for fifteen days and provide neural tissue needed for a vital transplant.

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Once aboard Enterprise, their leader D'Jamat commandeers the ship in order to fight a holy war, and wipe out the heretics on his homeworld. Enterprise takes heavy damage in the process, but is ultimately saved by an Andorian ship under Shran's command. Shran offers Archer assistance in the battle against the Xindi. When his actions seem to put Enterprise at risk, the crew consider taking drastic action. Their plan to destroy it calls for someone to pilot the recently acquired Insectoid shuttle on a suicide mission, which Archer decides he will do.

Desperate to make the rendezvous with Degra, Archer's ethics are put to the test when he realizes that the Illyrians' warp coil is the only way to make it in time. Archer tries to convince Degra that the Xindi's real enemy is the Sphere Builders, and not humanity. Meanwhile, Trip inexplicably can't get through a condolence letter he's been ordered to write to the family of a young female engineer who was killed in the attack.

The duplicate Enterprise's crew explain that entering the subspace corridor caused them to be thrown over years into the past, they offer a new plan to get Archer to Degra and the Xindi Council. As his evidence begins to sway some of the Council members, the Sphere Builders continue to manipulate the Reptilians, in order to ensure the deployment of the weapon. From Ignition to Splashdown Launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis was recorded by multiple cameras on board the solid rocket boosters. Solar Array Deploys The solar arrays on the newly installed Starboard 3 and 4 truss segment deploy.

Liftoff of Atlantis! Suited Up and Ready to Fly After donning their launch-and-entry suits, the STS crew members depart for the launch pad amid cheering onlookers. What's Up for June?

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Officially known as Orbiter Vehicle, Columbia was named after Massachusetts-based ship Columbia Rediviva that, in the s, explored the dangerous inland waters around what are now Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. The ship was also the first American one to circumnavigate the globe. Construction of the space shuttle began in and was completed in At feet 37 meters long, Columbia stretched a bit farther than three school buses. The spaceship measured 78 feet 24 m from wingtip to wingtip, and stood 57 feet 17 m high. A robotic arm allowed its crew to manipulate objects outside of the ship.

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The ship carried two crew members: seasoned commander John Young, who had already flown four missions on three types of spacecraft, and rookie pilot Robert Crippen. Columbia accelerated into space propelled by two boosters that fell into the Atlantic Ocean, where they were later recovered and reused for other flights. The external tank fell from Columbia after about 9 minutes, and burned up in Earth's atmosphere.

The spacecraft was the first crewed American craft to fly without a prior uncrewed test flight, and was the first crewed mission to use solid fuel rockets.

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