Space Shuttle Discovery launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center July 26, 2005, ending a two-and-a-half year wait for the historic return to flight mission. STS-114 included breathtaking in-orbit maneuvers, tests of new equipment and procedures, and a first-of-its-kind spacewalking repair. The flight provided unprecedented information on the condition of an orbiter in space. Noguchi and Robinson did three successful spacewalks at the International Space Station and Discovery transported tons of equipment and supplies to and from the Station. Hosted by legendary broadcast journalist Walter Cronkite, this program follows the step-by-step process of rehabilitating the outdated shuttle and documents the extensive training the new crew endured during their preparation. Witness the launch of flight STS-114, with status updates as the mission unfolds. We'll hear from the crew themselves as they install the new satellite-repair mechanism on the International Space Station and fix the re-entry panels on the outside of the shuttle.