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S110E6042 - STS-110 - Aft - zenith view of the ISS taken during STS-110's undocking and final flyaround

S110E6042 - STS-110 - Aft - zenith view of the ISS taken during STS-110's undocking and final flyaround

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Description: An aft - zenith view of the International Space Station (ISS) taken during the undocking and final flyaround of the STS-110 mission. Visible are the Quest / Airlock, P6 Truss, Z1 Truss, S0 Truss, Functional Cargo Block (FGB) / Zarya, Service Module (SM) / Zvezda, Progress vehicle, Node 1 / Unity and the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) / Canadarm2. An Earth limb is also visible.

Subject Terms: Air Locks, Earth Limb, FGB, Node 1, P6, Remote Manipulator System, S0, Service Module, Spacecraft Docking Modules, STS-110, Trusses, Z1

Date Taken: 4/17/2002

Categories: Station Configuration

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Digital Still

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-110

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2002
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