Tranquility sits in the cargo bay ready for delivery
Spacers will update this post as the docking approaches.
[update: 11:54pm EST] Spacers internet issues solved. Endeavour at 75 feet from docking. Closing a 1/10th of a foot per second.
The ISS from Endeavour's docking ring
[update: 12:02pm EST] Endeavour 35 feet from docking.
Endeavour crew busy preparing to dock
[update: 12:06am EST] Endeavour capture confirmed. The Shuttle and ISS are now one spacecraft.
Endeavour moments from docking
[update: 12:16am EST] All motion has been dampened. Crews preparing to hard dock. Latches will be retracted to draw the two craft together creating an air tight seal.
[update: 12:54am EST] Final hooks are confirmed as closed. Hard dock.
[update: 1:14am EST] Pressurization and leak checks underway.
[update: 2:14am EST] Leak checks complete. Hatch opening imminent.
[update: 2:16am EST] Hatches open!
[update: 2:37am EST] Endeavour crew is entering station.
Endeavour and ISS crews meet for the first time
It's straight to work for the two crews now. Preparations will begin after a short safety briefing for the docked portion of the mission. Keep an eye on Spacers for mission updates.
Image credit: NASA TV