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STS-101 Atlantis Main Engine No.1 Removed

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NASA  No.  KSC-00PP-0382

21 March 2000

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, Shuttle Attlantis' Main Engine No. 1 sits on a transporter after being removed. An inventory review concerning defective main engine fuel pump tip seals indicated that defective seals may be present on the fuel pump for the engine. The main engine nozzle, visible in the photo, is 7.8 feet across and 9.4 feet high.

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STS-101 Atlantis Main Engine No.1 Removed  #2

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NASA  No.  KSC-00PP-0374

21 March 2000

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, Shuttle Attlantis' Main Engine No. 1 sits on a transporter after being removed. An inventory review concerning defective main engine fuel pump tip seals indicated that defective seals may be present on the fuel pump for the engine. The main engine nozzle, visible in the photo, is 7.8 feet across and 9.4 feet high. The decision was made to replace the suspect engine with one originally slated for Discovery.

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STS-101 Atlantis Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS101-S-005

19 May 2000

Flames from the solid rocket boosters light up the clouds of smoke as Atlantis lifts off into the pre-dawn sky on mission STS-101. Lift off occurred on time at 6:11:10 a.m. (EDT), May 19, 2000. The mission is taking the crew of seven to the International Space Station to deliver logistics and supplies as well as to prepare the Station for the arrival of the Zvezda Service Module, expected to be launched by Russia in July 2000. Also, the crew will conduct one space walk and will re-boost the space station from 230 statute miles to 250 statute miles. This will be the third assembly flight to the Space Station. After a 10-day mission, landing is targeted for May 29 at 2:19 a.m. (EDT). This is the 98th Shuttle flight and the 21st flight for Shuttle Atlantis.

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STS-101 Atlantis Approaches ISS

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NASA  No.  STS101-339-020

19  -  29 May 2000

Contrasted against the darkness of space, the International Space Station can be seen over Earth as the Space Shuttle Atlantis approaches it.

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STS-101 Onboard With James Voss

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NASA  No.  STS101-362-016

19  -  29 May 2000

James S. Voss, mission specialist, carries a fire extinguisher into the functional cargo block (FGB) or Zarya. Following a two-man, one-day space walk to work on the exterior of the station, all seven crew members devoted several days to continuing the preparation effort in the interior.

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STS-101 Onboard With Scott Horowitz

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NASA  No.  STS101-356-003

19  -  29 May 2000

Scott J. Horowitz, pilot, works at a lap top computer on the flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis.

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STS-101 Onboard With James Haisell

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NASA  No.  STS101-357-012

19  -  29 May 2000

James D. Halsell, Jr., floats in the airlock of the Space Shuttle Atlantis. Mission support equipment and supplies for the International Space Station share the space with the commander.

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STS-101 Onboard With Susan Helms

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NASA  No.  STS101-397-004

19  -  29 May 2000

Susan J. Helms changes out some hardware in the Russian-built functional cargo block (FGB) or Zarya as the seven-member STS-101 crew steps up the detail work on the interior of the International Space Station.

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STS-101 Onboard With Jeffrey Williams

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NASA  No.  STS101-381-024

19  -  29 May 2000

Jeffrey N. Williams, mission specialist, prepares to move some supplies from the mid deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis onto the temporarily docked International Space Station. Following a two-man, one-day space walk to work on the station's exterior, all seven crew members devoted several days to working on the interior.

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STS-101 Atlantis Landing

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NASA  No.  STS101-S-013

29 May 2000

The drag chute appears to hover above the shuttle Atlantis as the spacecraft rolls towards a halt on Runway 15 at the Cape's Shuttle Landing Facility.

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STS-102 Leonardo's Arrival

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NASA  No.  KSC-98PC-881

1 August 1998

The first Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM), the Leonardo, destined for use in constructing the International Space Station, rests on the truck that will move it to the Space Station Processing Facility at the Cape. Named the Leonardo, the MPLM arrived aboard the Airbus Beluga transporter, seen on the left. Originally scheduled for the STS-100 mission in December 1999 it is now re-scheduled for the STS-102 mission.

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STS-102 Discovery Roll Out

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NASA  No.  KSC-01PP-0299

12 February 2001

STS-102 Space Shuttle Discovery nears the ramp to the top of Launch Pad 39B. The early morning fog that had cleared for the rollout can be seen rolling back over the pad.

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STS-102 Leonardo Loading Into Discovery

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NASA  No.  KSC-01PP-0359

23 February 2001

As the sky begins to lighten, the payload canister with the Multi Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo inside begins moving up the Rotating Service Structure at Launch Pad 39B to the payload change-out room above. From there it will be transferred into Space Shuttle Discovery's payload bay. Leonardo, One of Italy's major contributions to the ISS program, is a reusable logistics carrier. It is the primary delivery system used to re-supply and return Station cargo requiring a pressurized environment.

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STS-102 Leonardo Loading Into Discovery  #2

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NASA  No.  KSC-01PP-0361

23 February 2001

At Launch Pad 39B the payload canister, with the Multi Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo inside, nears the payload change-out room on the Rotating Service Structure. Umbilical hoses, maintaining a controlled environment for the cargo, are still attached to the lower end of the canister. At the PCR, the payload ground-handling mechanism will be used to transfer Leonardo out of the canister and then into Space Shuttle Discovery's payload bay. One of Italy's major contributions to the ISS program, Leonardo is a reusable logistics carrier. It is the primary delivery system used to re-supply and return Station cargo requiring a pressurized environment.

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STS-102 Discovery Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS102-S-007

8 March 2001

The Space Shuttle Discovery blasts off from Launch Pad 39B at dawn on mission STS-102. Lift off occurred at 6:42 a.m. for this eight flight to the ISS.

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STS-102 Onboard With Andy Thomas

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NASA  No.  STS102-326-022

10 March 2001

Astronaut Andrew S.W. Thomas looks through one of the windows on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Discovery as it approaches the International Space Station (ISS). The ISS is clearly seen in the window.

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STS-102 Onboard With Andy Thomas #2

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NASA  No.  STS102-326-023

10 March 2001

Astronaut Andrew S.W. Thomas looks through one of the windows on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Discovery as it approaches the International Space Station (ISS) on docking day. The ISS is clearly seen in the window.

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STS-102 Discovery And ISS Rendezvous

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NASA  No.  STS102-326-034

10 March 2001

Back-dropped against the blackness of space, the International Space Station (ISS) is lined up for rendezvous with the Space Shuttle Discovery. One of the astronauts aboard Discovery took this 35mm photograph from the aft flight deck.

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STS-102 James Voss EVA

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NASA  No.  STS102-321-004

11 March 2001

STS-102 astronaut and mission specialist James S. Voss works outside Destiny, the U.S. Laboratory (shown in lower frame) on the International Space Station (ISS), while anchored to the Remote Manipulator System (RMS) robotic arm on the Space Shuttle Discovery during the first of two space walks. During this space walk, the longest to date in space shuttle history, Voss in tandem with Susan Helms (out of frame), prepared the Pressurized Mating Adapter 3 for repositioning from the Unity Module's Earth-facing berth to its port-side berth to make room for the Leonardo Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM) supplied by the Italian Space Agency.

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STS-102 Crew Move Supplies Onboard

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NASA  No.  STS102-346-035

10 March 2001

Four STS-102 crew members participate in the movement of supplies inside Leonardo, the Italian Space Agency-built Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM). Clockwise from lower left are astronauts Susan J. Helms, STS-102 mission specialist and Expedition Two flight engineer; James M. Kelly, STS-102 pilot; and Paul W. Richards and Andrew S.W. Thomas, both STS-102 mission specialists.

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STS-102 Onboard With Kelly And Wetherbee

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NASA  No.  STS102-317-001

8 - 21 March 2001

Astronauts James M. Kelly (left) and James D. Wetherbee, pilot and commander, respectively, for the STS-102 mission, participate in the movement of supplies inside Leonardo, the Italian Space Agency-built Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM).

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STS-102 Onboard With Thomas And Gidzenko

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NASA  No.  STS102-319-010

8 - 21 March 2001

Astronaut Andrew S.W. Thomas, STS-102 mission specialist, floats near the hatchway for the Destiny laboratory. Cosmonaut Yuri P. Gidzenko, a member of the Expedition One crew, can be seen in the background.

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STS-102 ISS After Discovery Undocked

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NASA  No.  STS102-712-005

21 March 2001

One of the astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery took this photograph, from the aft flight deck, of the International Space Station (ISS) in orbit. The photo was taken after separation of Discovery from the ISS after several days of joint activities and an important crew exchange.

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STS-103 Discovery Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS103-S-008

19 December 1999

The Space Shuttle Discovery blasts off from Launch Pad 39B at night on mission STS-103. Lift off occurred at 7:50 p.m. at the Cape.

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Onboard With Jean-Francois Clervoy

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NASA  No.  STS103-346-011

19 - 27 December 1999

This scene, showing the cabin and forward cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Discovery was photographed by one of the space walking astronauts from the Space Shuttle's robotic arm. Astronaut Jean-Francois Clervoy, at the controls of the remote manipulator system (RMS), can clearly be seen through the aft flight deck window. A section of the RMS robot arm is at left.

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STS-103 Onboard With Scott Kelly

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NASA  No.  STS103-378-013

19 - 27 December 1999

Pilot Scott Kelly is seen in Discovery's forward flight deck as he goes over his checklist while in Earth orbit.

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STS-103 Onboard With Curtis Brown

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NASA  No.  STS103-329-018

19 - 27 December 1999

Curtis L. Brown Jr., mission commander, on Discovery's mid deck holding a drink bagt.

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STS-104 Atlantis New Block 2 Engines

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NASA  No.  KSC-01PP-0907

25 April 2001

The new block 2 engine for the orbiter Atlantis is moved into place next to the other two engines. The work is being done in the Orbiter Processing Facility Bay 3 at the Cape, a new block 2 engine, at left, is moved into position for installation on Atlantis.

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STS-104 Atlantis Lift Off  #2

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NASA  No.  STS104-S-005

12 July 2001

The Space Shuttle Atlantis blasts off into the predawn sky on mission STS-104. Launched from Kennedy Launch Pad 39B at 5:03:59 am EDT, headed for the International Space Station, its crew of five served as the 10th ISS assembly flight. The primary payload of the mission was the Joint Airlock module which was attached in two space walks. Once installed and activated, the ISS Airlock became the primary path for ISS space walk entry and departure for U.S. space suits, which are known as Extravehicular Mobility Units (Emu's). In addition, it is designed to support the Russian Orlan space suit. The Joint Airlock is 20-feet long, 13-feet in diameter and weighs 6.5 tons. The airlock includes two sections, the larger equipment lock on the left that will store space suits and associated gear, and the narrower crew lock on the right from which astronauts will exit into space for extravehicular activity. It was built at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) by the Space Station prime contractor Boeing.

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STS-104 Atlantis Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS104-S-006

12 July 2001

The Space Shuttle Atlantis blasts off from Launch Pad 39B at dawn on mission STS-104. Lift off occurred at 5:03 a.m. for this 10th assembly flight to the ISS.

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STS-104 Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS104-S-007

12 July 2001

Billows of smoke and steam surround Space Shuttle Atlantis as it blasts into the pre-dawn sky on mission STS-104. Atlantis lifted off from Launch Pad 39B on time at 5:03:59 a.m. EDT. The 10th assembly flight to the International Space Station, the mission is delivering the joint airlock module, which will require two space walks to attach it to the Space Station. The airlock will be the primary path for Space Station space walk entry and departure for U.S. spacesuits, and will also support the Russian Orlan spacesuit for EVA activity.

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STS-104 Quest Airlock Instaled

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NASA  No.  STS104-E-5068

15 July 2001

With the Earth, some 237 miles below, the Quest airlock is in the process of being installed onto the starboard side of Unity Node 1 of the International Space Station. Astronaut Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer, used controls onboard the station to maneuver the Airlock into place with the Canadarm2 or Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS). This image was recorded with a hand held digital still camera.

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STS-104 Michael L. Gernhardt EVA

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NASA  No.  STS104-315-013

12 - 24 July 2001

Holding onto the end effector of the Canadarm on the Space Shuttle Atlantis, astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt, STS-104 mission specialist, participates in one of three STS-104 space walks. The extravehicular activity was designed to help wrap up the completion of work on the second phase of the International Space Station (ISS). Gernhardt was joined on the extravehicular activity (EVA) by astronaut James F. Reilly. The jutting peninsula in the background is Cape Kormakiti on the north central coast of Cyprus and the water body to the left of the cape is Morphu Bay.

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STS-104 Onboard With Helms & Kavandi

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NASA  No.  STS104-313-016

12 - 24 July 2001

Astronauts Susan J. Helms (left) and Janet L. Kavandi reunite in the Destiny laboratory aboard the ISS. Kavandi is a mission specialist on the STS-104 Atlantis crew and Helms is a flight engineer for the Expedition Two crew which has been aboard the International Space Station (ISS) for several months.

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STS-104 James Reilly First EVA From ISS

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NASA  No.  STS104-E-5237

12 - 24 July 2001

Astronaut James F. Reilly participated in the first ever space walk to egress from the ISS by utilizing the newly-installed Joint Airlock Quest. The Joint Airlock is a pressurized flight element consisting of two cylindrical chambers attached end-to-end by a connecting bulkhead and hatch. Once installed and activated, the ISS Airlock becomes the primary path for ISS space walk entry and departure for U.S. spacesuits. In addition, it is designed to support the Russian Orlan spacesuit as well. The Joint Airlock is 20-feet long, 13- feet in diameter and weighs 6.5 tons. The ISS Airlock has two main components: a crew airlock and an equipment airlock for storing EVA and EVA pre-flight preps.

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STS-104 James Reilly EVA

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NASA  No.  STS104-315-007

12 - 24 July 2001

Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, participates in one of three space walks aimed toward wrapping up the completion of work on the second phase of the International Space Station. Reilly was joined on the extravehicular activity (EVA) by astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt.

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STS-104 ISS Quest Airlock Inspection

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NASA  No.  STS104-723-014

21 July 2001

This ISS image was taken by the STS-104 crew during a fly-around inspection of the ISS after the installation of the Joint Airlock. The inspection occurred shortly after the orbiter Atlantis undocked from the ISS. The Canadarm2, or Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), appears to be pointed toward the newly-installed airlock on the station's starboard side. The STS-104 mission marked the completion of the second phase of the station assembly. Since the beginning in July of 2000, 77 tons of hardware have been added to the complex, including the Russian Zvezda Module, the Z1 Truss Assembly, the Pressurized Mating Adapter 3, the P6 Truss and its 240-foot long solar arrays, the U.S. Laboratory Destiny, the Canadarm2, and finally the Quest Airlock.

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STS-104 ISS Airlock Inspection

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NASA  No.  STS104-332-027 (a)

12 - 24 July 2001

This ISS image was taken by the STS-104 crew during a fly-around inspection of the ISS after the installation of the Joint Airlock. The inspection occurred shortly after the orbiter Atlantis undocked from the ISS. The Canadarm2, or Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), appears to be pointed toward the newly-installed airlock on the station's starboard side. The STS-104 mission marked the completion of the second phase of the station assembly. Since the beginning in July of 2000, 77 tons of hardware have been added to the complex, including the Russian Zvezda Module, the Z1 Truss Assembly, the Pressurized Mating Adapter 3, the P6 Truss and its 240-foot long solar arrays, the U.S. Laboratory Destiny, the Canadarm2, and finally the Quest Airlock.

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STS-104 ISS Airlock Inspection

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NASA  No.  STS104-332-027

12 - 24 July 2001

This ISS image was taken by the STS-104 crew during a fly-around inspection of the ISS after the installation of the Joint Airlock. The inspection occurred shortly after the orbiter Atlantis undocked from the ISS. The Canadarm2, or Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), appears to be pointed toward the newly-installed airlock on the station's starboard side. The STS-104 mission marked the completion of the second phase of the station assembly. Since the beginning in July of 2000, 77 tons of hardware have been added to the complex, including the Russian Zvezda Module, the Z1 Truss Assembly, the Pressurized Mating Adapter 3, the P6 Truss and its 240-foot long solar arrays, the U.S. Laboratory Destiny, the Canadarm2, and finally the Quest Airlock.

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STS-104 Onboard View Of The ISS

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NASA  No.  STS104-332-026

21 July 2001

The International Space Station, just days after receiving the instalment of the Quest airlock, was photographed by one of the STS-104 astronauts during a fly-around of the orbital outpost. The survey occurred shortly after Atlantis' undocking. The Canadarm2 or Space Station Remote Manipulator System appears to be pointed toward the new airlock on the station's starboard side. The STS-104 and Expedition Two crew's joint efforts in the past several days, in which the airlock was installed and other work was accomplished, marked the completion of the second phase of the station. Within the last year (beginning in July of 2000), 77 tons of hardware have been added to the complex, including the Zvezda module, the Z1 Truss Assembly, Pressurized Mating Adapter 3, the P6 Truss and its 240-foot long solar arrays, the U.S. laboratory Destiny, the Canadarm2 and finally the Quest airlock.

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STS-104 Atlantis Night Touchdown At KSC

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NASA  No.  STS104-S-021

24 July 2001

The second landing attempt for KSC was waived off and landing was scheduled for 11:39 p.m. Tuesday July 24, 2001. At 11:20 pm EDT, a "no go" was given for the first landing attempt due to rain showers in the area. The second landing attempt was scheduled with a deborbit burn at 1:08 a.m. with a touchdown at 2:14 am EDT.

Main gear touchdown was at 11:38 EDT and Wheel Stop was at 11:40 EDT with gave a Mission Elapse Time of 12 days 18 hours 36 min 39 sec.

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STS-105 Discovery Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS105-S-003

10 August 2001

Perfect launch for Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-105 at 5:10:14 p.m. EDT 10 Aug. 2001.

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STS-105 Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS105-S-004

10 August 2001

Smoke billow from LC 39A as the Shuttle Discovery lifts off into an afternoon sky to begin the STS-105 mission to the ISS. Lift off occurred at 5:10:14 p.m. EDT. Weather concerns had postponed an earlier-scheduled launch date. On board were four STS-105 astronauts and three Expedition-3 crew members en route to replace a three person crew aboard the orbital outpost.

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STS-105 Clears The Tower

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NASA  No.  STS105-S-008

10 August 2001

Florida foliage frames the distant Shuttle Discovery as it lifts off into an afternoon sky to begin the STS-105 mission to the ISS. Lift off occurred at 5:10:14 p.m. EDT on 10 Augyst 2001.

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STS-105 Dinner Onboard The ISS

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NASA  No.  STS105-314-008

10 - 22 August 2001

Astronauts and Cosmonauts from three different crews are just about to share a meal in the Zvezda Service Module on the ISS. L-R, Pat Forrester, Dan Barry, Rick Sturckow, Scott Horowitz, Susan Helms and Mikhall Tyurin.

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Onboard With Sturckow And Horowitz

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NASA  No.  STS105-314-024

10 - 22 August 2001

Frederick W. (Rick) Sturckow (center), STS-105 pilot, is about to add his name to the log of visitors to the International Space Station (ISS) during a brief break in the orbital outpost's Unity node. Astronaut Scott J. Horowitz, STS-105 mission commander, is at right.

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STS-105 Daniel Barry EVA

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NASA  No.  STS105-725-006

16 August 2001

Daniel Barry, STS-105 mission specialist, traverses along the Space Shuttle Discovery's payload bay, back-dropped against the blue and white Earth, during one of two days of extravehicular activity. Barry was joined by astronaut Patrick G. Forrester, mission specialist, on both of the space walks scheduled for the STS-105 mission.

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STS-105 Patrick Forrester EVA

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NASA  No.  STS105-725-024

16 August 2001

Patrick Forrester, STS-105 mission specialist, waves at a crew member inside Discovery's cabin during one of two sessions of extravehicular activity. Astronaut Daniel Barry, mission specialist, joined Forrester on both space walks during the STS-105 mission.

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STS-105 Barry And Forrester EVA

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NASA  No.  STS105-725-062

16 August 2001

Daniel Barry (upper left) moves in close to the Early Ammonia Servicer (EAS) package as astronaut Patrick Forrester (right) looks on. The two STS-105 mission specialists were in the midst of the first of two scheduled space walks on the current mission at the International Space Station.

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STS-105 Daniel Barry EVA  #2

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NASA  No.  STS105-343-010

18 August 2001

A wonderful view over the blue and white Earth as astronaut Daniel Barry is pictured near the end of the Space Shuttle Discovery's remote manipulator system arm during early stages of the second extravehicular activity of the STS-105 mission. Astronauts Barry and Patrick G. Forrester shared two days of space walk duties working on the International Space Station, to which Discovery was docked for several days.

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STS-105 Barry And Forrester EVA #2

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NASA  No.  STS105-345-014

18 August 2001

Daniel Barry (bottom) and Patrick Forrester, holding onto handrails of the Destiny laboratory, prepare to install some exterior cables during the second STS-105 extravehicular activity.

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STS-105

STS-105 View Of Simplesat

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NASA  No.  STS105-714-028

20 August 2001

Flying over Lake Michigan, this distant view shows the recently deployed small science satellite called Simplesat, which is an engineering satellite, designed to evaluate the use of inexpensive commercial hardware for spacecraft. It was spring-ejected from a canister at the rear of the Shuttle's cargo bay.

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STS-105 ISS View During Fly Around

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NASA  No.  STS105-713-037

10 - 22 August 2001

Back-dropped by the blackness of space and the blue Earth at its horizon, the International Space Station (ISS) was photographed with a 70mm handheld camera during a fly-around inspection by the Space Shuttle Discovery not long after the two spacecraft separated at 9:52 a.m. (CDT), August 20, 2001.

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STS-105 ISS View From Discovery

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NASA  No.  STS105-707-026

20 August 2001

Back-dropped by the darkness of space and the blue Earth at its horizon, this 70mm photo of the distant International Space Station was photographed by a crew member of the Discovery after the shuttle undocked from the station at 9:52 a.m. (CDT), August 20, 2001.

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STS-105 ISS View From Discovery #2

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NASA  No.  STS105-707-022

20 August 2001

Back-dropped by the darkness of space and the blue Earth at its horizon, the International Space Station (ISS) was photographed by one of the astronauts aboard the Discovery after undocking from the station which took place at 9:52 a.m. (CDT), August 20, 2001.

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STS-105 ISS View After Undocking

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NASA  No.  STS105-707-019

10 - 22 August 2001

Back-dropped by Earth dotted with clouds, this close up view of the International Space Station was taken by one of the crew members on the Space Shuttle Discovery after undocking at 9:52 a.m. (CDT), August 20, 2001 after more than a week of joint operations.

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STS-106 Atlantis Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS106-S-010

8 September 2000

Columns of flame spew from the solid rocket boosters hurling Space Shuttle Atlantis toward space on mission STS-106. The on-time lift-off occurred at 8:45:47 a.m. for the start of an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. While on board, the seven-member crew will perform support tasks, transfer supplies and prepare the living quarters in the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. The first long-duration crew is due to arrive at the Station in late fall. Landing of Atlantis is targeted for 4:45 a.m. on Sept. 19.

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STS-106 Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS106-S-005

8 September 2000

Looking like a lighted taper against a cloud-streaked sky, Space Shuttle Atlantis belches a column of smoke as it blasts into space. In the foreground are patches of water and marsh between the Mosquito Lagoon on the north and Banana Creek on the south. In the background is the Atlantic Ocean. The perfect on-time liftoff of Atlantis occurred at 8:45:47 a.m. EDT. On the 11-day mission to the International Space Station, the seven-member crew will perform support tasks on orbit, transfer supplies and prepare the living quarters in the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. The first long-duration crew is due to arrive at the Station in late fall. Landing of Atlantis is targeted for 4:45 a.m. EDT on Sept. 19.

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STS-106 Atlantis Heads For Space

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NASA  No.  STS106-S-013

8 September 2000

Looking more like a fine work of art, Space Shuttle Atlantis belches a column of flame as it blasts into space. The perfect on-time lift off of Atlantis occurred at 8:45:47 a.m. EDT for the 11-day mission to the International Space Station.

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STS-106 Getting The ISS Ready

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NASA  No.  STS106-349-002

8 - 20  September 2000

This unique picture captures a number of elements illustrating the busy agenda of the STS-106 astronauts in Earth orbit. The cabin of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, its remote manipulator system (RMS) arm in operational mode, as well as part of the International Space Station are included in the 35mm frame. Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, representing the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, and astronaut Edward T. Lu performed a busy space walk in excess of six hours as part of the effort to ready the station for its soon-to-arrive inhabitants.

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STS-106 Yuri Malenchenko EVA

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NASA  No.  STS106-348-012

11 September 2000

Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, mission specialist, was captured on film by his spacewalking colleague, astronaut Edward T. Lu, during the 6-hour-plus space walk the two performed on the exterior of the International Space Station (ISS). Malenchenko was one of two mission specialists on the 12-day flight who represented the Russian Aviation and Space Agency.

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STS-106 Atlantis On Approach To The ISS

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NASA  No.  STS106-709-091

8 - 20  September 2000

This image of the International Space Station was taken when Space Shuttle Atlantis approached the ISS for docking. At the top is the Russian Progress supply ship that is linked with the Russian built Service Module or Zvezda. The Zvezda is connected with the Russian built Functional Cargo Block (FGB) or Zarya. The U.S. built Node 1 or Unity module is seen at the bottom.

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STS-106 Atlantis On Approach To The ISS #2

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NASA  No.  STS106-709-091a

8 - 20  September 2000

This image of the International Space Station was taken when Space Shuttle Atlantis approached the ISS for docking. At the top is the Russian Progress supply ship that is linked with the Russian built Service Module or Zvezda. The Zvezda is connected with the Russian built Functional Cargo Block (FGB) or Zarya. The U.S. built Node 1 or Unity module is seen at the bottom.

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STS-106 Atlantis On Approach To The ISS  #2

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NASA  No.  STS106-712-028

8 - 20  September 2000

This image of the International Space Station in orbit was taken from the Space Shuttle Endeavour prior to docking. Most of the Station's components are clearly visible in this photograph. They are the Node 1 or Unity Module docked with the Functional Cargo Block or Zarya (top) that is linked to the Zvezda Service Module. The Soyuz spacecraft is at the bottom.

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STS-106 ISS Over The Earth

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NASA  No.  STS106-709-026

8 - 20  September 2000

The STS-106 crew members used a 70mm handheld camera to capture this view of the International Space Station over a moderately cloud-covered land area. The station component nearest the camera is the U.S.-built Unity node, which is connected with the Russian-built Functional Cargo Block (FGB) or Zarya. The FGB was linked in July with the Service Module or Zvezda, seen near the bottom of ISS in this angle. On the far end, next to the service module, is the Progress supply ship, which joined ISS in August.

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STS-106 ISS Newest Additions

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NASA  No.  STS106-701-046

8 - 20  September 2000

The newest additions to the International Space Station are nearest the Space Shuttle Atlantis in this 70mm frame, captured from the shuttle's aft flight deck. The Progress supply ship on the end was launched by the Russian Aviation and Space Agency in August. Progress is docked with the Service Module, which linked up with the outpost in July.

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STS-106 ISS During Fly-Around #3

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NASA  No.  STS106-712-064

8 - 20  September 2000

The International Space Station over Lake Balkhash, as photographed during a fly-around by the Space Shuttle Atlantis. Lake Issyk-Kul is in upper left.

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STS-106 ISS During Fly-Around #2

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NASA  No.  STS106-712-025

8 - 20  September 2000

The International Space Station as photographed against land mass and clouds on Earth during a fly-around by the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

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STS-106 ISS During Fly-Around #4

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NASA  No.  STS106-330-003

8 - 20  September 2000

The International Space Station is back-dropped over mountains and Lake Issyk-Kul in this 35mm frame, photographed during the fly-around by the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

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STS-106 Typhoon Saomai

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NASA  No.  STS106-704-063

9 September 2000

Columns of flame spew from the solid rocket boosters hurling Space Shuttle Atlantis toward space on mission STS-106. The on-time lift-off occurred at 8:45:47 a.m. for the start of an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. While on board, the seven-member crew will perform support tasks, transfer supplies and prepare the living quarters in the newly arrived Zvezda Service Module. The first long-duration crew is due to arrive at the Station in late fall. Landing of Atlantis is targeted for 4:45 a.m. on Sept. 19.

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STS-106 Onboard With Yuri I. Malenchenko

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NASA  No.  S106-E-5200

8 - 20  September 2000

Cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko, mission specialist representing the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, works aboard the Zvezda service module on the International Space Station. Electrical work was the hallmark of the day as four of the mission specialists aboard ISS (temporarily docked with the Space Shuttle Atlantis) replaced batteries inside the Zarya and Zvezda modules while supply transfer continued around them. Astronaut Edward T. Lu, mission specialist, hands can be seen on the right.

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STS-106 Onboard With Boris Morukov

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NASA  No.  STS106-322-017

8 - 20  September 2000

Cosmonaut Boris V. Morukov, mission specialist representing the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, works onboard the Functional Cargo Block (FGB) as the seven-man STS-106 crew carried out its busy move- and install-effort on the International Space Station. The astronauts and cosmonauts were able to accomplish the movement of several tons of hardware and supplies during the period the station was docked with the Space Shuttle Atlantis.

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STS-106 Atlantis Touchdown

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NASA  No.  STS106-S-011

20 September 2000

Atlantis is silhouetted by the brilliant runway lights as it lands on Runway 33 of the KSC Shuttle Landing Facility. Main gear touchdown was at 3:56:48 a.m. EDT, landing on orbit 185 of the mission. Nose gear touchdown was at 3:56:57 a.m. EDT and wheel stop at 3:58:01 a.m. EDT. Atlantis and crew travelled 4.9 million miles on the 11-day, 19-hour, 11-minute mission STS-106. During the mission to the International Space Station, the crew transferred nearly 5,000 pounds of equipment and supplies for use by the first resident crew expected to arrive in November. STS-106 was the 99th flight in the Shuttle program and the 22nd for Atlantis. STS-106 also marked the 15th nighttime landing in Shuttle history and the 23rd consecutive landing at KSC.

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 STS-107 Photographs

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STS-107 Columbia Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS107-S-011

16 January 2003

From Launch Pad 39A, Space Shuttle Columbia hurtles toward space on mission STS-107. Following a flawless and uneventful countdown, liftoff occurred on-time at 10:39 a.m. EST. The 16-day research mission will include FREESTAR (Fast Reaction Experiments Enabling Science, Technology, Applications and Research) and the SHI Research Double Module (SHI/RDM), known as SPACEHAB. Experiments on the module range from material sciences to life sciences. Landing is scheduled at about 8:53 a.m. EST on Saturday, Feb. 1. This mission is the first Shuttle mission of 2003. Mission STS-107 is the 28th flight of the orbiter Columbia and the 113th flight overall in NASA's Space Shuttle program.

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STS-107 Onboard With Kalpana Chawla

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NASA  No.  STS107-E-05806

27 January 2003

Astronaut Kalpana Chawla, STS-107 mission specialist, is pictured in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia.

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STS-107 Onboard With Ilan Ramon

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NASA  No.  STS107-E-05684

24 January 2003

Ilan Ramon, STS-107 payload specialist, works with the Space Technology and Research Students (STARS) educational payload housed in an Isothermal Containment Module (ICM) in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. The STARS payload includes the following experiments: The Chemical Garden sponsored by Israel, Astrospiders - Spiders in Space sponsored by Australia, Silkworm Lifecycle During Space Flight sponsored by China, Flight of the Medaka Fish sponsored by Japan, Carpenter Bees in Space sponsored by Liechtenstein, and Ant Colony sponsored by the United States. Ramon represents the Israeli Space Agency.

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SPACEHAB Research Double Module

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NASA  No.  S107-E-05354

22 January 2003

SPACEHAB Research Double Module backdropped against black space over Earth's horizon, as seen from Columbia's aft flight deck.

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STS-107 Onboard With Husband And Ramon

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NASA  No.  S107-E-05446

21 January 2003

Astronaut Rick D. Husband (left), STS-107 mission commander, and Ilan Ramon, payload specialist representing the Israeli Space Agency, are pictured on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Columbia.

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STS-107 Onboard With Chawla And Ramon

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NASA  No.  S107-E-05832

27 January 2003

Ilan Ramon, STS-107 payload specialist, and astronaut Kalpana Chawla (partially out of frame), mission specialist, work with the Combustion Module-2 (CM-2) facility in the SPACEHAB Research Double Module aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia. Ramon represents the Israeli Space Agency.

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STS-107 Onboard With David M. Brown

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NASA  No.  S107-E-05025

17 January 2000

Astronaut David M. Brown, STS-107 mission specialist, looks over paperwork as he prepares to work with experiments on the SPACEHAB Research Double Module aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia.

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 ISS Exp-03 Photographs

ISS Exp-03

 

Zvezda - Russian Word For Star

The Russian-built Zvezda is linked to the Functional Cargo Block (FGB), or Zarya, the first component of the ISS. Zarya was launched on a Russian Proton rocket prior to the launch of Unity. The third component of the ISS, Zvezda, the primary Russian contribution to the ISS, was launched by a three-stage Proton rocket on July 12, 2000. Zvezda serves as the cornerstone for early human habitation of the Station, providing living quarters, a life support system, electrical power distribution, a data processing system, flight control system, and propulsion system. It also provides a communications system that includes remote command capabilities from ground flight controllers. The 42,000-pound module measures 43 feet in length and has a wing span of 98 feet. Similar in layout to the core module of Russia's Mir space station, it contains 3 pressurized compartments and 13 windows that allow ultimate viewing of Earth and space.

 

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Onboard Zvezda With Dezhurov

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NASA  No.  ISS003-E-5845

16 September 2001

Aboard the ISS, Cosmonaut and Expedition Three flight engineer Vladimir N. Dezhurov, representing Rosaviakosmos, talks with flight controllers from the Zvezda Service Module.

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Exp3 Endeavour Seen From ISS

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NASA  No.  ISS003-E-8265

7 December 2001

The Space Shuttle Endeavour is back-dropped against a large cloud mass on Earth. Controlled by the flight crew of STS-108, the shuttle was approaching the International Space Station (ISS), from which this digital image was recorded. The logistics module Among other activities the Endeavour's mission will include the change out of the station crews.

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Soyuz TM-33 Docked With ISS

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NASA  No.  ISS003-301-022

8 October 2001

Back dropped against the blackness of space, this close-up view of the International Space Station (ISS) shows it docked with a Russian Soyuz Spacecraft TM-33. The photo was taken by an onboard Expedition Three astronaut.

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Soyuz TM-33 Approaches ISS

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NASA  No.  ISS003-E-6850

23 October 2001

Carrying out a flight program for the French Space Agency (CNES) under a commercial contract with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, a Russian Soyuz spacecraft (TM-33) approaches the International Space Station (ISS) Taxing a crew of three for an eight-day stay. Aboard the craft are Commander Victor Afanasyev, Flight Engineer Konstantin Kozeev, both representing Rosaviakosmos, and French Flight Engineer Claudie Haignere.

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Soyuz TM-32 Undocking With ISS

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NASA  No.  ISS003-E-7121

31 October 2001

The Russian Soyuz Spacecraft TM-32 undocks from the International Space Station (ISS) with its crew of three ending an eight-day stay. Aboard the craft are Commander Victor Afanasyev, Flight Engineer Konstantin Kozeev, both representing Rosaviakosmos, and French Flight Engineer Claudie Haignere. Their mission was to carry out a flight program for the French Space Agency (CNES) under a commercial contract with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency.

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STS-108 Endeavour Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS108-S-010

5 December 2001

A pool of water near Launch Pad 39B turns crimson from the reflection of flames at the launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-108. The second attempt in two days, lift-off occurred at 5:19:28 p.m. Endeavour will dock with the International Space Station on Dec. 7. STS-108 is the final Shuttle mission of 2001and the 107th Shuttle flight overall. It is the 12th flight to the Space Station. Landing of the orbiter at KSC's Shuttle Landing Facility is targeted for 1:05 p.m. EST (6:05 p.m. GMT) Dec. 16.

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STS-108 Endeavour Lift Off #2

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NASA  No.  STS108-S-008

10 December 2001

A profile perspective from a remote camera shows the Space Shuttle Endeavour as it lifts off into an afternoon sky to begin the STS-108 mission to the International Space Station. Liftoff occurred at 5:19:28 p.m. (EST), December 5, 2001, from Launch Pad 39B. Onboard were four STS-108 astronauts and three Expedition Four crewmembers en route to replace a three-person crew aboard the orbital outpost.

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STS-108 Daniel Tani EVA

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NASA  No.  STS108-350-018

5 December 2001

Daniel M. Tani, STS-108 mission specialist, holds a 35mm camera during a four-hour, 12-minute session of extravehicular activity (EVA). The main objective of the space walk was to install thermal blankets on mechanisms that rotate the International Space Station's main solar arrays.

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STS-108 Linda Godwin EVA

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NASA  No.  S108-E-5349

10 December 2001

Astronaut Linda M. Godwin, STS-108 mission specialist, is pictured near the end of the Space Shuttle Endeavour's remote manipulator system (RMS) arm during the four-hour session of extravehicular activity (EVA). Astronaut Daniel M. Tani (out of frame), mission specialist, joined Godwin on the space walk. The image was taken with a digital still camera.

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STS-108 ISS Seen From Endeavour

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NASA  No.  STS108-371-031

5 December 2001

With the Earth-Limb and by a blue and white Earth, the International Space Station (ISS) is photographed by a crew member aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.

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STS-108 ISS Seen From Endeavour #2

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NASA  No.  STS108-316-008

5 - 17 December 2001

Back-dropped by a blue and white Earth, the International Space Station (ISS) is photographed by a crew member aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.

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STS-108 ISS Seen From Endeavour #3

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NASA  No.  STS108-725-010

5 - 17 December 2001

Back-dropped by the blackness of space, the International Space Station (ISS) was photographed by a crew member aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.

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STS-108 Endeavour Touchdown

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NASA  No.  STS108-S-040

17 December 2001

The Space Shuttle Endeavour is about to lower its nose wheel following main gear touchdown on Runway 15 at the Shuttle Landing Facility at the Kennedy Space Center. Main gear touchdown occurred at 12:55:10 p.m. (EST), nose gear touchdown at 12:55:23 p.m., wheel stop at 12:56:13 p.m. The landing, the 57th at KSC in the history of the program completed the STS-108 mission known as Utilization Flight 1, which was the 12th mission to the International Space Station. Onboard at landing were STS-108 astronauts Dominic L. Gorie, mission commander; Mark E. Kelly, pilot; and Linda M. Godwin and Daniel M. Tani, both mission specialists; along with the returning Expedition Three crewmembersóastronaut Frank L. Culbertson, Jr., commander; Vladimir N. Dezhurov and Mikhail Tyurin, both flight engineers representing Rosaviakosmos.

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STS-110 Atlantis Lift Off

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NASA  No.   STS110-S-005

8 April 2002

The Space Shuttle Atlantis lifts off from KSC's Launch Complex 39 at 4:44:19 p.m. (EDT), April 8, 2002. Seven astronauts were en route to the International Space Station (ISS) for a week of work on the orbital outpost, including the installation of the S0 (S-zero) truss--centrepiece of the station's main truss.

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STS-110 Lift Off

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NASA  No.    STS110-S-020

8 April 2002

As seen from a few miles away, the Space Shuttle Atlantis lifts off from KSC's Launch Complex 39 at 4:44:19 p.m. (EDT), April 8, 2002. Seven astronauts were en route to the International Space Station (ISS) for a week of work on the orbital outpost, including the installation of the S0 (S-zero) truss--centerpiece of the station's main truss.

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STS-110 Atlantis ET Jettisoned

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NASA  No.  STS110-337-001

8 April 2002

The The external fuel tank is jettisoned from the Space Shuttle Atlantis and falls toward Earthís atmosphere during the completion of the launch phase of the STS-110 mission. Onboard were astronauts Michael J. Bloomfield, Stephen N. Frick, Jerry L. Ross, Ellen Ochoa, Steven L. Smith, Lee M. E. Morin, and Rex J. Walheim.

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STS-110 Soyuz TM-34 & Atlantis Docked

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8 - 19 April 2002             NASA  No.  STS110-353-023

Docked to the ISS, a Soyuz vehicle TM-34 (foreground) and the Space Shuttle Atlantis were photographed by a crew member in the Pirs docking compartment on the orbital outpost. Atlantis launched on April 8, 2002, carrying the the STS-110 mission which prepared the ISS for future space walks by installing and outfitting the 43-foot-long Starboard side S0 (S-zero) truss and preparing the first railroad in space, the Mobile Transporter. The 27,000 pound S0 truss was the first of 9 segments that will make up the Station's external framework that will eventually stretch 356 feet, or approximately the length of a football field. This central truss segment also includes a flatcar called the Mobile Transporter and rails that will become the first "space railroad," which will allow the Station's robotic arm to travel up and down the finished truss for future assembly and maintenance. The completed truss structure will hold solar arrays and radiators to provide power and cooling for additional international research laboratories from Japan and Europe that will be attached to the Station.

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STS-110 S-Zero Truss

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NASA  No.  STS110-341-002

11 April 2002

Wisth the Earthís horizon in the background, the S0 (S-Zero) Truss is moved from the Space Shuttle Atlantisí cargo bay. Astronauts Ellen Ochoa, STS-110 mission specialist, and Daniel W. Bursch, Expedition Four flight engineer, used the International Space Stationís Canadarm2 to lift the S0 Truss out of the orbiterís payload bay and install it onto the temporary claw fixture on the Destiny laboratory.

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STS-110 Lee Morin EVA

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NASA  No.  STS110-716-026

13 April 2002

Some 240 miles above the blue and white Earth, astronaut Lee  Morin totes one of the S0 (S-zero) keel pins, which were removed from their functional position on the truss and attached on the truss' exterior for long-term stowage. Morin, teamed up with astronaut Jerry L. Ross (out of frame) for the extravehicular work, was participating in his first career EVA and the second of four scheduled overall STS-110 space walks.

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STS-110 Rex Walheim EVA

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NASA  No.  STS110-336-015

14 April 2002

Rex Walheim, STS-110 mission specialist, translates along the Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station (ISS) during the third scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) for the STS-110 mission. The space walk was the mission's second for the duo of Walheim and Steven L. Smith (out of frame). It lasted 6 hours and 20 minutes and also included some work on the station's robotic arm (out of frame) as well as the giant truss.

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STS-110 Onboard With Stephen Frick

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NASA  No.  STS110-354-032

14 April 2002

Stephen N. Frick, STS-110 pilot, works the controls of the Space Shuttle Atlantisí remote manipulator system (RMS) robotic arm on the aft flight deck during the third scheduled session of extravehicular activity.

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STS-110 Jerry Ross EVA

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NASA  No.  STS110-703-066

14 April 2002

Jerry Ross, STS-110 mission specialist, anchored on the end of the Canadarm2, moves near the S0 (S-zero) truss, newly installed on the International Space Station. Astronaut Lee M. E. Morin (out of frame), mission specialist, worked in tandem with Ross during this fourth and final scheduled session of extravehicular activity. The final major task of the space-walk was the installation of a beam, which is called the Airlock Spur, between the Quest Airlock and the S0. The spur will be used by space-walkers in the future as a path from the airlock to the truss.

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STS-110 Onboard With The Crew

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NASA  No.  STS110-375-032

8 - 19 April 2002

Carl E. Walz (lower left), Expedition Four flight engineer, plays host to some crewmates as he performs on a musical keyboard in the Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station (ISS). From the top, clockwise, are astronauts Rex J. Walheim, Jerry L. Ross, Ellen Ochoa, Lee M. E. Morin, all STS-110 mission specialists, and Stephen N. Frick, STS-110 pilot; along with astronaut Daniel W. Bursch (right foreground), Expedition Four flight engineer.

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STS-110 ISS Atlantis Fly Around

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NASA  No.  STS110-714-018

17 April 2002

The International Space Station, newly equipped with the 27,000 pound S0 (S-zero) truss, was photographed by one of the astronauts on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis. Seen just above center frame, S0 is the first segment of a truss structure, which will ultimately expand the station to the length of a football field. Atlantis pulled away from the complex at 1:31 p.m. (CDT) as the two spacecraft flew some 247 statute miles above Earth. After more than a week of joint operations between the shuttle and station crews, astronaut Stephen N. Frick, pilot, backed Atlantis away to a distance of about 400 feet in front of the station, where he began a 1 ľ-lap fly around of the ISS.

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STS-110 ISS Atlantis Fly Around  #2

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NASA  No.  STS110-717-085

17 April 2002

This close-up view of the International Space Station, newly equipped with the 27,000 pound S0 (S-zero) truss, was photographed by one of the astronauts on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis. S0 is the first segment of a truss structure, which will ultimately expand the station to the length of a football field. Atlantis pulled away from the complex at 1:31 p.m. (CDT) as the two spacecraft flew some 247 statute miles above Earth. After more than a week of joint operations between the shuttle and station crews, astronaut Stephen N. Frick, pilot, backed Atlantis away to a distance of about 400 feet in front of the station, where he began a 1 ľ-lap fly around of the ISS.

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STS-110 ISS View From Atlantis

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NASA  No.  STS110-717-085

17 April 2002

This close-up view of the International Space Station, newly equipped with the 27,000 pound S0 (S-zero) truss, was photographed by one of the astronauts on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis. S0 is the first segment of a truss structure, which will ultimately expand the station to the length of a football field. Atlantis pulled away from the complex at 1:31 p.m. (CDT) as the two spacecraft flew some 247 statute miles above Earth. After more than a week of joint operations between the shuttle and station crews, astronaut Stephen N. Frick, pilot, backed Atlantis away to a distance of about 400 feet in front of the station, where he began a 1 ľ-lap fly around of the ISS.

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STS-110 ISS View After Undocking

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NASA  No.  STS110-E-5903

17 April 2002

A wonderful full view of the ISS taken by the STS-110 crew onboard Atlantis following undocking.

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STS-110 ISS View After Undocking #2

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NASA  No.  STS110-717-023

17 April 2002

This full view of the International Space Station (ISS), recorded by the STS-110 crewmembers on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis following the undocking of the two spacecraft some 247 statute miles above the North Atlantic. Atlantis pulled away from the complex at 1:31 p.m. (CDT). After more than a week of joint operations between the shuttle and station crews, astronaut Stephen N. Frick, pilot, backed Atlantis away to a distance of about 400 feet in front of the station, where he began a 1 ľ-lap fly around of the ISS, newly equipped with the 27,000 pound S0 (S-zero) truss. S0 is the first segment of a truss structure, which will ultimately expand the station to the length of a football field.

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STS-110 Atlantis Returns Home

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NASA  No.  STS110-S-055

19 April 2002

The Space Shuttle Atlantis made a safe touchdown on the runway at the KSC landing facility to complete a nearly 11-day journey. Astronaut Michael J. Bloomfield, mission commander, eased Atlantis to a textbook landing on runway 3-3 at the Florida spaceport at 12:27 p.m. (EDT), April 19, 2002, under clear skies and light winds. The landing completed a 4.5-million-mile mission that saw successful delivery and installation of the centerpiece of the International Space Stationís main truss and the inaugural run of the first space railcar, the Mobile Transporter.

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STS-111 Endeavour Lift Off

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NASA  No.    STS111-S-005

5 June 2002

The Space Shuttle Endeavour lifts off, creating billows of smoke and steam on its way into space for mission STS-111 to the International Space Station (ISS). Lift-off occurred at 5:22:49 p.m. (EDT), June 5, 2002. The STS-111 crew includes astronauts Kenneth D. Cockrell, commander; Paul S. Lockhart, pilot, and Franklin R. Chang-Diaz and Philippe Perrin, mission specialists. Also onboard were the Expedition Five crew members including cosmonaut Valery G. Korzun, commander, along with astronaut Peggy A. Whitson and cosmonaut Sergei Y. Treschev, flight engineers. Perrin represents CNES, the French space agency, and Korzun and Treschev are with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency (Rosaviakosmos). This mission marks the 14th Shuttle flight to the International Space Station and the third Shuttle mission this year. Mission STS-111 is the 18th flight of Endeavour and the 110th flight overall in NASA's Space Shuttle program.

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STS-111 Lift Off

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NASA  No.    STS111-S-008

5 June 2002

The Space Shuttle Endeavour has cleared the tower and the lightning mast is next to be cleared as it hurtles into space on mission STS-111 to the International Space Station. Lift-off occurred at 5:22:49 p.m. EDT. The STS-111 crew includes Commander Kenneth Cockrell, Pilot Paul Lockhart, and Mission Specialists Franklin Chang-Diaz and Philippe Perrin (CNES), as well as the Expedition Five crew members Valeri Korzun, Peggy Whitson and Sergei Treschev.

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STS-111 Endeavour Docked With Destiny

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NASA  No.    STS111-310-011

9 June 2002

The Space Shuttle Endeavour is pictured while docked to the Pressurized Mating Adapter (PMA-2) at the forward end of the Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station (ISS). A portion of the Canadarm2 is visible in the lower left corner and Endeavourís robotic arm is in full view as it is stretched out with the S0 (S-zero) Truss at its end.

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STS-111 Chang-Diaz EVA

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NASA  No.    STS111-306-023

9 June 2002

Franklin Chang-Diaz, STS-111 mission specialist, participates in the first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) for the STS-111 mission. During the space-walk, Chang-Diaz and Perrin attached a Power and Data Grapple Fixture onto the International Space Stationís P6 Truss, setting the stage for the future relocation of the P6. The next major task was to remove Service Module Debris Panels from Space Shuttle Endeavourís payload bay and attach them to their temporary location on Pressurized Mating Adapter 1 (PMA-1). The space-walkers also removed thermal blankets to prepare the Mobile Base System (MBS) for installation onto the stationís Mobile Transporter (MT).

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STS-111 Chang-Diaz & Perrin EVA

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NASA  No.  STS111-E-5184

11 June 2002

STS-111 Mission Specialists Franklin R. Chang-Diaz (left) and representing the French Space Agency (CNES), Philippe Perrin (right) work on the Mobile Remote Service Base System (MBS) on the International Space Station. The boxes in front of the spacewalkers are the Remote Power Control Modules (RPCM) and partially visible in the background is the S0 (S-zero) truss, to which the MBS was installed. Delivered in June 2002 by the STS-111 mission aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour, the MBS is an important part of the Station's Mobile Servicing System allowing the robotic arm to travel the length of the Station which is necessary for future construction tasks..

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STS-111 Philippe Perrin EVA

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NASA  No.    STS111-307-017

11 June 2002

Philippe Perrin, STS-111 mission specialist representing CNES, the French Space Agency, participates in the second scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) for the STS-111 mission. During the space-walk, Perrin and Chang-Diaz attached power, data and video cables from the International Space Station to the Mobile Base System (MBS) and used a power wrench to complete the attachment of the MBS onto the Mobile Transporter (MT).

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STS-111 Endeavour UnDocks From ISS

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NASA  No.    STS111-708-093

15 June 2002

Back-dropped by a blue and white Earth, the International Space Station is now separated from the Space Shuttle Endeavour following the undocking of the two spacecraft over western Kazakhstan. Endeavour pulled away from the complex at 9:32 a.m. (CDT) on June 15, 2002.

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STS-111 Endeavour UnDocks From ISS  #2

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NASA  No.    STS111-708-057

15 June 2002

Back-dropped by the blackness of space, this close-up view of the International Space Station was photographed by a crewmember on board the Space Shuttle Endeavour following the undocking of the two spacecraft over western Kazakhstan. Endeavour pulled away from the complex at 9:32 a.m. (CDT) on June 15, 2002. The S0 (S-zero) Truss with the newly added Mobile Base System (MBS) is visible center frame.

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STS-111 Endeavour Touchdown

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NASA  No.    STS111-S-026

19 June 2002

After travelling 5.8 million miles in space during 217 orbits, Endeavour completes mission STS-111 with a landing on concrete runway 22 at Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Three days of unfavourable weather conditions at KSC prompted the decision to land at Edwards, which enjoyed pristine, dry conditions. Main gear touchdown occurred at 12:57:41 p.m CDT, nose gear touchdown at 12:57:53 p.m. CDT and wheel stop at 12:58:45 p.m. CDT.

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STS-111 Endeavour Touchdown  #2

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NASA  No.    STS111-S-028

19 June 2002

After travelling 5.8 million miles in space during 217 orbits, Endeavour completes mission STS-111 with a landing on concrete runway 22 at Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Three days of unfavourable weather conditions at KSC prompted the decision to land at Edwards, which enjoyed pristine, dry conditions. Main gear touchdown occurred at 12:57:41 p.m CDT, nose gear touchdown at 12:57:53 p.m. CDT and wheel stop at 12:58:45 p.m. CDT.

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STS-112 Mission Patch

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NASA  No.  STS112-S-001

March 2002

The STS-112 emblem symbolizes the ninth assembly mission (9A) to the International Space Station (ISS), a flight which is designed to deliver the Starboard 1 (S1) truss segment. NASA insignia design for Shuttle flights is reserved for use by the astronauts and for other official use as the NASA Administrator may authorize.

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STS-112 Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS112-S-007

7 October 2002

The Space Shuttle Atlantis leaps from the steam and smoke from Launch Pad 39B after an on-time lift off of 3:46 p.m. EDT on mission STS-112. Along with a crew of six, Atlantis carries the S1 Integrated Truss Structure and the Crew and Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) Cart A. The CETA is the first of two human-powered carts that will ride along the ISS railway, providing mobile work platforms for future space walking astronauts. On the 11-day mission, three space walks are planned to attach the S1 truss.

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STS-112 Atlantis Lift Off

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NASA  No.  STS112-S-008

7 October 2002

The Space Shuttle Atlantis races toward space just after lift off from Launch Pad 39B on mission STS-112. Lift off occurred on time at 3:46 p.m. EDT. Along with a crew of six, Atlantis carries the S1 Integrated Truss Structure and the Crew and Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) Cart A to the International Space Station (ISS). The CETA is the first of two human-powered carts that will ride along the ISS railway, providing mobile work platforms for future space walking astronauts. On the 11-day mission, three space walks are planned to attach the S1 truss.

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STS-112 Lift Off Of Atlantis

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NASA  No.  STS112-S-012

7 October 2002

The Space Shuttle Atlantis leaps clear of the billowing steam and smoke on Launch Pad 39B after an on-time lift off of 3:46 p.m. EDT on mission STS-112.

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STS-112 Atlantis Heads For Space

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NASA  No.  STS112-S-014

7 October 2002

Looking like a star balanced on a stem of smoke, Space Shuttle Atlantis shoots through the clear blue sky after launch on mission STS-112, the 15th assembly flight to the International Space Station. Lift off from Launch Pad 39B occurred at 3:46 p.m. EDT. Atlantis carries the S1 Integrated Truss Structure and the Crew and Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) Cart A. The CETA is the first of two human-powered carts that will ride along the ISS railway, providing mobile work platforms for future space walking astronauts. On the 11-day mission, three space walks are planned to attach the S1 truss.

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STS-112 David Wolf Installs Camera

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NASA  No.  STS112-709-073K

7 - 18 October 2002

Astronaut David A. Wolf, STS-112 mission specialist, anchored to a foot restraint on the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) or Canadarm2, carries the Starboard One (S1) outboard nadir external camera. The camera was installed on the end of the S1 Truss on the International Space Station during the missionís first scheduled session of extravehicular activity.

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STS-112 Sellers & Wolf EVA

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NASA  No.  STS112-325-018

7 - 18 October 2002

A view of the Starboard One (S1) Truss newly installed on the International Space Station (ISS) as photographed during the missionís first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA). The stationís Canadarm2 is in the foreground. Astronauts Piers J. Sellers (lower left) and David A. Wolf (upper right), both STS-112 mission specialists, are visible.

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STS-112 Melroy & Yurchikhin In Window

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NASA  No.  STS112-304-005

7 - 18 October 2002

This scene, showing a portion of the forward section of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, was photographed by one of the space walking astronauts. Astronauts Jeffrey S. Ashby, STS-112 mission commander; Pamela A. Melroy, pilot; and cosmonaut Fyodor N. Yurchikhin, mission specialist, can be seen through an overheard aft flight deck window. Yurchikhin represents Rosaviakosmos.

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STS-112 Sellers In Foot Restraints

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NASA  No.  STS112-E-05311

7 - 18 October 2002

Astronaut Piers J. Sellers, STS-112 mission specialist, uses both a handrail on the Destiny Laboratory and a foot restraint on the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) or Canadarm2 to remain stationary while performing work at the end of the STS-112 mission's second space walk. A cloud-covered Earth provides the backdrop for the scene.

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STS-112 David Wolf During Final EVA

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NASA  No.  STS112-708-091

7 - 18 October 2002

Astronaut Piers J. Sellers, STS-112 mission specialist, uses both a handrail on the Destiny Laboratory and a foot restraint on the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) or Canadarm2 to remain stationary while performing work at the end of the STS-112 mission's second space walk. A cloud-covered Earth provides the backdrop for the scene.

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STSTS-112 ISS View

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NASA  No.  STS112-382-003

16 October 2002

Back-dropped by the blackness of space, this full view of the International Space Station was photographed by a crewmember on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis following the undocking of the two spacecraft. Atlantis pulled away from the complex at 8:13 a.m. (CDT) on October 16, 2002.

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STS-112 Near Touchdown At KSC

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NASA  No.  STS112-S-040

18 October 2002

Space Shuttle Atlantis is close to touchdown at the Shuttle Landing Facility, completing the 4.5-million-mile journey to the International Space Station. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:43:40 a.m. EDT. This landing is the 60th at KSC in the history of the Shuttle program.

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STS-112 Near Wheel Stop At KSC

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NASA  No.  STS112-S-039

18 October 2002

Atlantis approaches wheel stop at the Shuttle Landing Facility, completing the 4.5-million-mile journey to the International Space Station.

Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:43:40 a.m. EDT; nose gear touchdown at 11:43:48 a.m.; and wheel stop at 11:44:35 a.m. Mission elapsed time was 10:19:58:44. 

Mission STS-112 expanded the size of the Station with the addition of the S1 truss segment. The returning crew of Atlantis are Commander Jeffrey Ashby, Pilot Pamela Melroy, and Mission Specialists David Wolf, Piers Sellers, Sandra Magnus and Fyodor Yurchikhin. This landing is the 60th at KSC in the history of the Shuttle program.

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STS-113 Endeavour Lift Off

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NASA  No.  KSC-02PP-1822

25 November 2002

The Space Shuttle Endeavour heads toward Earth orbit and a scheduled link-up with the International Space Station. Lift-off from the Kennedy Space Center's Launch Complex 39 occurred at 7:49:47 p.m. (EST), November 23, 2002. The launch is the 19th for Endeavour, and the 112th flight in the Shuttle program. Mission STS-113 is the 16th assembly flight to the International Space Station, carrying another structure for the Station, the P1 integrated truss.

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STS-113 Endeavour Approaching ISS

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NASA  No.  STS113-E-05042

25 November 2002

Back dropped against the blackness of space, the ISS sporting its new S-1 Truss (lower right) and cooling radiator (white portion to the right of frame) is captured on film by the STS-113 crew as the Space Shuttle Orbiter Endeavour approaches the International Space Station (ISS). STS-112 mission installed the S1 truss in October 2000. It is one of nine similar truss segments that, combined, will serve as the Station's main backbone, measuring 356 feet from end to end upon completion. The Space Station's labs, living modules, solar arrays, heat radiators, and other main components will be attached to the truss.

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STS-113 Herrington & Lopez-Alegria EVA

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NASA  No.  STS113-714-033

26 November 2002

In this photograph, astronauts and mission specialists John B. Herrington (left) and Michael E. Lopez-Alegria (right) work near the CETA cart on a truss on the ISS during a scheduled space walk for the mission. The final major task of the space walk was the relocation of the CETA cart from the Port One (P1) to the Starboard One (S1) Truss, which will allow the Mobile Transporter to move along the P1 to assist in upcoming assembly missions.

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STS-113 After Undocking View Of ISS

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NASA  No.  STS113-E-05448

2 December 2002

A fantastic view back dropped against the blue hues of the Earth, the International Space Station (ISS) sports its new Port One (P-1) Truss (center frame) as photographed by a crew member aboard the Space Shuttle Orbiter Endeavour following its undocking from the Station. Three space walks, aided by the use of the Robotic Manipulator Systems of both the Shuttle and the Station, were performed in the installation of P1. This photograph depicts the the latest completed configuration of the ISS to date.

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STS-133 Mission Patch

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NASA  No.  STS112-S-001

June 2010, Revised January 2011

The STS-133 mission patch is based upon sketches from the late artist Robert McCall; they were the final creations of his long and prodigious career. In the foreground, a solitary orbiter ascends into a dark blue sky above a roiling fiery plume. A spray of stars surrounds the orbiter and a top lit crescent forms the background behind the ascent. The mission number, STS-133, is emblazoned on the patch center, and crewmembers' names are listed on a sky-blue border around the scene. The Shuttle Discovery is depicted ascending on a plume of flame as if it is just beginning a mission. However it is just the orbiter, without boosters or an external tank, as it would be at mission's end. This is to signify Discovery's completion of its operational life and the beginning of its new role as a symbol of NASA's and the nation's proud legacy in human space-flight.

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