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S126E008553 - STS-126 - RWS in US Lab during EVA 2

S126E008553 - STS-126 - RWS in US Lab during EVA 2

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: A monitor in the Robotic Workstation (RWS) shows the helmet of STS-126 Mission Specialist Shane Kimbrough as he lubricates the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) Latching End Effector (LEE) A Snares during Extravehicular Activity 2 (EVA 2). Image was taken in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny during Expedition 18 / STS-126 joint operations.

Subject Terms: STS-126, Expedition Eighteen, Astronauts, Display Devices, Extravehicular Activity, Space Station Mobile Servicing System, End Effectors

Date Taken: 11/20/2008

Categories: EVA

Interior_Exterior: Interior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Element: U.S. Laboratory

Original: Digital Still

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-126

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Date

2008
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Explorests 126 mission specialist shane kimbrough

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