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Crew  Of  STS-124

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Photo Credit:  NASA  Nos.   STS24-S-002 -  STS124-2008-E-01967 - JSC-2005-E-16260 - JSC-2007-E-054255 - JSC-2008-E-00188 - JSC-2007-E-093431 - JSC-2005-E-20603 - JSC-2008-E-01967

May 1  -  June 14  2008

A complete set of the STS-124 Crew. Full Crew Mission Portrait along with individual portraits of each of the crew with their names on the bottom border respectively as you would see on the lithographs. All are individually listed below.

These very high quality glossy photographs will be chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

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Crew Of The STS-124 Mission

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS24-S-002

May 1  -  June 14  2008

These seven astronauts take a break from training to pose for the STS-124 crew portrait. From the left are astronauts Gregory E. Chamitoff, Michael E. Fossum, both STS-124 mission specialists; Kenneth T. Ham, pilot; Mark E. Kelly, commander; Karen L. Nyberg, Ronald J. Garan and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Akihiko Hoshide, all mission specialists.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Gregory E. Chamitoff  WSS

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-2008-E-01967

15 November 2008

Selected by NASA for the Astronaut Class of 1998, Dr. Chamitoff started training in August 1998 and qualified for flight assignment as a Mission Specialist in 2000. His assignments within the astronaut office have included Space Station procedure and display development, crew support for ISS Expedition 6, lead CAPCOM for ISS Expedition 9, and Space Station Robotics. In July 2002, Dr. Chamitoff was a crew-member on the Aquarius undersea research habitat for 9 days as part of the NEEMO 3 mission (NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations).

Dr. Chamitoff is currently serving a six month tour of duty aboard the International Space Station as Expedition 17 ISS Flight Engineer and Science Officer. He launched to the station with the crew of STS-124 on May 31, 2008, docking with the station on June 2, 2008. He will return to Earth on shuttle mission STS-126.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Gregory E. Chamitoff  WSS  #2

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-2008-E-01967

15 November 2008

Selected by NASA for the Astronaut Class of 1998, Dr. Chamitoff started training in August 1998 and qualified for flight assignment as a Mission Specialist in 2000. 

Dr. Chamitoff is currently serving a six month tour of duty aboard the International Space Station as Expedition 17 ISS Flight Engineer and Science Officer. He launched to the station with the crew of STS-124 on May 31, 2008, docking with the station on June 2, 2008. He will return to Earth on shuttle mission STS-126.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Michael E. Fossum WSS

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2005-E-16260

5 April 2005

Selected by NASA in June 1998, he reported for training in August 1998. Astronaut Candidate Training included orientation briefings and tours, numerous scientific and technical briefings, intensive instruction in Shuttle and International Space Station systems, physiological training and ground school to prepare for T-38 flight training, as well as learning water and wilderness survival techniques. Fossum has previously served as the Astronaut Office Lead for Space Station flight software development. As a Capsule Communicator (CAPCOM) in Mission Control, Fossum supported several flights, including Lead CAPCOM for Space Station Expedition-6.

A veteran of two space flights, STS-121 in 2006 and STS-124 in 2008, Mike Fossum has logged 636 hours in space, including over 42 hours in 6 EVAs.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Michael E. Fossum WSS  #2

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2005-E-16260

5 April 2005

A veteran of two space flights, STS-121 in 2006 and STS-124 in 2008, Mike Fossum has logged 636 hours in space, including over 42 hours in 6 EVA's.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Ron Garan OSS

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2007-E-054255

14 September 2007

Selected as a pilot by NASA in July 2000, Colonel Garan reported for training in August 2000. Following the completion of two years of training and evaluation, he was assigned technical duties in the Astronaut Office Station and Shuttle Operations Branches. In April of 2006 he became an aquanaut through his participation in the joint NASA-NOAA, NEEMO 9 (NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations), an exploration research mission held in Aquarius, the world's only undersea research laboratory. During this eighteen-day mission, the 6 person crew of NEEMO 9 developed lunar surface exploration procedures and telemedical technology applications in support of our Nationís Vision for Space Exploration. Ron Garan completed his first space flight in 2008 on STS-124 as Mission Specialist 2 for ascent and entry, and has logged over 13 days in space and 20 hours and 32 minutes of EVA in 3 spacewalks.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Ron Garan OSS  #2

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2007-E-054255

14 September 2007

Selected as a pilot by NASA in July 2000, Colonel Garan reported for training in August 2000. Following the completion of two years of training and evaluation, he was assigned technical duties in the Astronaut Office Station and Shuttle Operations Branches. In April of 2006 he became an aquanaut through his participation in the joint NASA-NOAA, NEEMO 9 (NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations), an exploration research mission held in Aquarius, the world's only undersea research laboratory. During this eighteen-day mission, the 6 person crew of NEEMO 9 developed lunar surface exploration procedures and telemedical technology applications in support of our Nationís Vision for Space Exploration. Ron Garan completed his first space flight in 2008 on STS-124 as Mission Specialist 2 for ascent and entry, and has logged over 13 days in space and 20 hours and 32 minutes of EVA in 3 spacewalks.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Ken Ham OSS

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2007-E-093431

13 September 2007

Selected by NASA in June 1998, he reported for training in August 1998. Astronaut Candidate Training includes orientation briefings and tours, numerous scientific and technical briefings, intensive instruction in Shuttle and International Space Station systems, physiological training and ground school to prepare for T-38 flight training, as well as learning water and wilderness survival techniques. Initially assigned as Ascent/Entry, Orbit, and ISS Capcom, Ken completed his first space flight as pilot on STS-124 and has logged over 13 days in space.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Ken Ham OSS #2

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2007-E-093431

13 September 2007

Selected by NASA in June 1998, he reported for training in August 1998. Astronaut Candidate Training includes orientation briefings and tours, numerous scientific and technical briefings, intensive instruction in Shuttle and International Space Station systems, physiological training and ground school to prepare for T-38 flight training, as well as learning water and wilderness survival techniques. Initially assigned as Ascent/Entry, Orbit, and ISS Capcom, Ken completed his first space flight as pilot on STS-124 and has logged over 13 days in space.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Akihiko Hoshide

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2008-E-00188

14 September 2008

Hoshide arrived at the Johnson Space Centre in May 2004. In February 2006 he completed Astronaut Candidate Training that included scientific and technical briefings, intensive instruction in Shuttle and International Space Station systems, physiological training, T-38 flight training, and water and wilderness survival training. Completion of this initial training qualified him for various technical assignments within the Astronaut Office , and he has worked as a capsule communicator (CAPCOM) for the ISS in Mission Control Centre, as well as supported technical coordination for Kibo and HTV . He completed his first space flight on STS-124 in 2008 and has logged over 13 days in space.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Akihiko Hoshide  #2

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2008-E-00188

14 September 2008

Hoshide arrived at the Johnson Space Centre in May 2004. In February 2006 he completed Astronaut Candidate Training that included scientific and technical briefings, intensive instruction in Shuttle and International Space Station systems, physiological training, T-38 flight training, and water and wilderness survival training. Completion of this initial training qualified him for various technical assignments within the Astronaut Office , and he has worked as a capsule communicator (CAPCOM) for the ISS in Mission Control Centre, as well as supported technical coordination for Kibo and HTV . He completed his first space flight on STS-124 in 2008 and has logged over 13 days in space.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Mark Kelly OSS

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2005-E-20603

5 January 2005

Selected by NASA in April 1996, Kelly reported to the Johnson Space Centre in August 1996.  A veteran of three space flights, he served as pilot on STS-108 in 2001 and STS-121 in 2006, and was the Discoveryís Commander on STS-124 in 2008, and has logged 38 days in space.  In 2006 he received his first U.S. Patent for an advanced oxygen mask for combat aircraft.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Mark Kelly OSS  #2

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2005-E-20603

5 January 2005

Selected by NASA in April 1996, Kelly reported to the Johnson Space Centre in August 1996.  A veteran of three space flights, he served as pilot on STS-108 in 2001 and STS-121 in 2006, and was the Discoveryís Commander on STS-124 in 2008, and has logged 38 days in space.  In 2006 he received his first U.S. Patent for an advanced oxygen mask for combat aircraft.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124

Karen Nyberg OSS

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2008-E-01967

26 September 2007

Selected as a mission specialist by NASA in July 2000, Dr. Nyberg reported for training in August 2000. Following the completion of two years of training and evaluation, she was assigned technical duties in the Astronaut Office Station Operations Branch where she served as Crew Support Astronaut for the Expedition 6 Crew during their six-month mission aboard the International Space Station. Dr. Nyberg next served in the Space Shuttle Branch and the Exploration Branch. Dr. Nyberg completed her first spaceflight in 2008 on STS-124, and has logged over 13 days in space.

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STS-124

Karen Nyberg OSS  #2

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Reprint Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2007-E-097869

26 September 2007

Selected as a mission specialist by NASA in July 2000, Dr. Nyberg reported for training in August 2000. Following the completion of two years of training and evaluation, she was assigned technical duties in the Astronaut Office Station Operations Branch where she served as Crew Support Astronaut for the Expedition 6 Crew during their six-month mission aboard the International Space Station. Dr. Nyberg next served in the Space Shuttle Branch and the Exploration Branch. Dr. Nyberg completed her first spaceflight in 2008 on STS-124, and has logged over 13 days in space.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

Alternative Crew Portraits

 

 

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STS-124 & Expedition 17 Crew

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS24-E-007905

9 June 2008

The STS-124 and Expedition 17 crewmembers pose for a group portrait following a joint news conference from the newly installed Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Discovery is docked with the station. From the left (front row) are NASA astronauts Karen Nyberg, Garrett Reisman, Mark Kelly, STS-124 commander; Russian Federal Space Agency cosmonaut Sergei Volkov, Expedition 17 commander; and NASA astronaut Mike Fossum. From the left (back row) are NASA astronaut Ron Garan, Russian Federal Space Agency cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, Expedition 17 flight engineer; NASA astronauts Ken Ham, Greg Chamitoff, Expedition 17 flight engineer; and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Akihiko Hoshide. Reisman, who joined the station's crew in March, is being replaced by Chamitoff, who arrived at the station with the STS-124 crew.

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STS-124 Crew  #2

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  JSC-2008-E-038799

1 May 2008

The STS-124 crewmembers pose for a portrait following a pre-flight press conference at NASA's Johnson Space Centre. From the left are astronauts Mark Kelly, commander; Ken Ham, pilot; Karen Nyberg, Ron Garan, Mike Fossum, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, and astronaut Greg Chamitoff, all mission specialists. Chamitoff is scheduled to join Expedition 17 as flight engineer after launching to the International Space Station on mission STS-124.

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STS-124 Crew  #3

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-S-006

28 September 2007

Astronauts Gregory E. Chamitoff (left), Expedition 17 flight engineer; Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA) Akihiko Hoshide, Ronald J. Garan, Michael E. Fossum, Karen L. Nyberg, all STS-124 mission specialists; Mark E. Kelly and Kenneth T. Ham, STS-124 commander and pilot, respectively, pose for a group photo prior to a training session in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at Johnson Space Centre. The crewmembers are wearing training versions of their shuttle launch and entry suits.

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STS-124 Crew  #4

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-S-006

31 May 2008

After suiting up, the STS-124 crewmembers pause alongside the Astrovan to wave farewell to onlookers before heading for launch pad 39A for the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on the STS-124 mission. From the right are astronauts Mark Kelly, commander; Ken Ham, pilot; Karen Nyberg, Ron Garan, Mike Fossum, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Akihiko Hoshide and Greg Chamitoff, all mission specialists. The STS-124 mission is the 26th in the assembly of the International Space Station. It is the second of three flights launching components to complete JAXA's Kibo laboratory. During the mission, the shuttle crew will install Kibo's large Japanese Pressurized Module and its remote manipulator system. Chamitoff will join Expedition 17 in progress to serve as a flight engineer aboard the station.

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STS-124 Crew  #5

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-S-079

14 June 2008

The STS-124 mission crew pose for a group photo before heading to crew quarters after their successful landing aboard Space Shuttle Discovery on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Centre. The landing ended a 14-day mission to the International Space Station. From left are NASA astronauts Ken Ham, pilot; Karen Nyberg and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, both mission specialists; NASA astronauts Mark Kelly, commander; Mike Fossum and Ron Garan, both mission specialists. Discovery's main landing gear touched down at 11:15:19 a.m. (EDT) on June 14, 2008. The nose landing gear touched down at 11:15:30 a.m. and wheel stop was at 11:16:19 a.m. During the mission, Discovery's crew installed the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's large Kibo laboratory and its remote manipulator system leaving a larger space station and one with increased science capabilities.

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STS-124 Crew In-Flight

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-E-007941

9 June 2008

STS-124 crewmembers pose for a portrait following a joint news conference with the Expedition 17 crewmembers from the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Discovery is docked with the station. Pictured (clockwise) from the bottom are NASA astronauts Karen Nyberg, mission specialists; Ken Ham, pilot; Mark Kelly, commander; Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, NASA astronauts Ron Garan and Mike Fossum, all mission specialists.

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Garan & Fossum EVA Activity

 

 

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STS-124 Mike Fossum EVA

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-E-006374

5 June 2008

Mike Fossum, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's second scheduled session of extravehicular activity as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the seven-hour, 11-minute spacewalk, Fossum and astronaut Ron Garan (out of frame), mission specialist, installed television cameras on the front and rear of the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module (JPM) to assist Kibo robotic arm operations, removed thermal covers from the Kibo robotic arm, prepared an upper JPM docking port for flight day seven's attachment of the Kibo logistics module, readied a spare nitrogen tank assembly for its installation during the third spacewalk, retrieved a failed television camera from the Port 1 truss, and inspected the port Solar Alpha Rotary Joint (SARJ).

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STS-124 Mike Fossum Visor EVA

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  ISS017-E-008750

5 June 2008

Mike Fossum, STS-124 mission specialist, uses a digital camera to expose a photo of his helmet visor during the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. Also visible in the reflections in the visor are various components of the station and astronaut Ron Garan, mission specialist. During the six-hour, 48-minute spacewalk, Fossum and Garan loosened restraints holding the Orbiter Boom Sensor System in its temporary stowage location on the space station's starboard truss, prepared the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module for its installation to the space station, demonstrated cleaning techniques for the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint's (SARJ) race ring, and installed a replacement SARJ Trundle Bearing Assembly.

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STS-124 Mike Fossum Visor EVA  #2

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-E-006586

5 June 2008

Astronaut Mike Fossum's "busy" helmet visor was photographed in this very close-up image during the second of three scheduled spacewalks shared by him and astronaut Ron Garan (out of frame), his STS-124 mission specialist crewmate.

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STS-124 Ron Garan EVA

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-E-007263

5 June 2008

Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's third scheduled session of extravehicular activity as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 33-minute spacewalk, Garan and astronaut Mike Fossum (out of frame), exchanged a depleted Nitrogen Tank Assembly for a new one, removed thermal covers and launch locks from the Kibo laboratory, reinstalled a repaired television camera onto the space station's left P1 truss, and retrieved samples of a dust-like substance from the left Solar Alpha Rotary Joint for analysis by experts on the ground. The Columbus laboratory is visible in the foreground. The blackness of space and Earth's horizon providex a wonderful backdrop for this striking scene.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124 Ron Garan EVA #2

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Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-E-007400

5 June 2008

Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's third scheduled session of extravehicular activity as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 33-minute spacewalk, Garan and astronaut Mike Fossum (out of frame), mission specialist, exchanged a depleted Nitrogen Tank Assembly for a new one, removed thermal covers and launch locks from the Kibo laboratory, reinstalled a repaired television camera onto the space station's left P1 truss, and retrieved samples of a dust-like substance from the left Solar Alpha Rotary Joint for analysis by experts on the ground.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

 

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STS-124 Ron Garan EVA #3

10  x  8  Colour Glossy Photograph

Photo Credit:  NASA  No.  STS124-E-007400

5 June 2008

Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 48-minute spacewalk, Garan and astronaut Mike Fossum (out of frame), mission specialist, loosened restraints holding the Orbiter Boom Sensor System in its temporary stowage location on the space station's starboard truss, prepared the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module for its installation to the space station, demonstrated cleaning techniques for the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint's (SARJ) race ring, and installed a replacement SARJ Trundle Bearing Assembly.

This very high quality glossy photograph is chemically developed on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper.

 

 

 

 

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