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S02-02-861 - STS-002 - Commander Engle floats on Aft Flight Deck in front of the Onorbit Station

S02-02-861 - STS-002 - Commander Engle floats on Aft Flight Deck in front of the Onorbit Station

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Commander Engle floats on Aft Flight Deck in front of the Onorbit Station. Views taken from the forward flight deck commanders/pilots stations show Engle: with aft viewing windows W9 and W10 above his head and commanders ejection seat (S1) with ground egress descent device and safing device stowage container assembly (assy) on his left in the foreground and framed by S1 on his right and pilots ejection seat (S2) with Portable Oxygen System assy on his left,and aft flight deck floor above his head.

Subject Terms: FLIGHT DECK, CONTROL BOARDS, CONTROL STICKS, WINDOWS, EJECTION SEATS ONBOARD ACTIVITIES, ASTRONAUTS, SPACE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM 2 FLIGHT, COLUMBIA (ORBITER)

Date Taken: 11/14/1981

Categories: Crew Activities

Interior_Exterior: Interior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 35MM CN

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-2

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Date

1981
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