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S120E006402 - STS-120 - STS-120 crew in the Orbiter Docking Compartment (ODC)

S120E006402 - STS-120 - STS-120 crew in the Orbiter Docking Compartment (ODC)

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: The STS-120 crew gathers in the Orbiter Docking Compartment (ODS) after hatch opening between the ISS and the orbiter Discovery. In the view (clockwise) are George Zamka, Pilot (white shirt), Daniel Tani, STS-120 Mission specialist/Expedition 16 Flight engineer, Stephanie Wilson, Mission specialist, Doug Wheelock, Mission specialist (black shirt), Scott Parazynski, Mission specilaist, and Paolo Nespoli, Mission specialist representing the European Space Agency (ESA).

Subject Terms: STS-120, Expedition Sixteen, Astronauts, Onboard Activities, Spacecraft Docking

Date Taken: 10/25/2006

Categories: Crew Activities

Interior_Exterior: Interior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Element: Shuttle Orbiter Docking System

Original: Digital Still

Preservation File Format: TIFF





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