MNSFS Movie Night
Nov. 30th, 2004

Southdale Library
7001 York Ave South
Edina, MN 55435
952-847-5900

Images shot on Tuesday Nov 30th, 2004.
Shot with a Kodak CX7300

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Southdale Library

Exec Dir Craig
Featured videos:
NASA TV Video File for 11/30/04

ITEM 1 - INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION CREW TAKES A SHORT TRIP - JSC 
(REPLAY)

Expedition 10 Flight Engineer Salizhan Sharipov, the ISS Soyuz 9 
Commander, and Station Commander Leroy Chiao took a 30-minute ride in 
their Soyuz spacecraft to move it to another docking port. The 
repositioning cleared the Pirs Docking Compartment and Airlock module 
for a pair of spacewalks planned by Chiao and Sharipov early next year. 

TRT - 4:53
Supers: NASA 
JSC Contact: Kylie Clem 281-483-5111 
HQ Contact: Allard Beutel 202-358-4769 
Broken Allegiance
Two dark Jedi flee the planet Coruscant but must fight for their freedom when Darth Vader engages the Super Star Destroyer Executor and a vicious bounty hunter to track them down

Fan Boys
In the year 1999, a group of rebels enlists the aid of a young Star Wars fan to steal a copy of The Phantom Menace to aid their cause. But are their motives as noble as they appear?

Feel the Force
A documentary detailing a new phenomenon on Aucklandís Queen Street... the Jedi Street Preachers.

Pink 5 Strikes back
The "totally awesome" saga of Stacey, the Pink Five fighter pilot continues as she treks to Dagobah, where Master Yoda trains her to be a Jedi. Kinda. Check out this super-funny sequel that won the Audience Choice Award in the 2004 Star Wars Fan Film Awards!

Pink 5
A previously unknown chapter in the saga of the Battle of Yavin.

'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds' sung by William Shatner by Sleepless Knights Media (currently not online)?

Audio only:
Luke Ski's
It's A Fanboy Christmas
A parody medley of Holiday standards by various artists, about various aspects of fandom.

Photos by Ben Huset

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