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S127E011292 - STS-127 - Cassidy holds laser range finder in aft FD during Joint Operations

S127E011292 - STS-127 - Cassidy holds laser range finder in aft FD during Joint Operations

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Description: View of Christopher Cassidy (wearing sunglasses), STS-127 Mission Specialist (MS), looking through window while using laser range finder, in the aft Flight Deck (FD) on Space Shuttle Endeavour. Tom Marshburn (behind Cassidy), STS-127 MS, looks through window. Photo was taken during STS-127 / Expedition 20 Joint Operations.

Subject Terms: STS-127, Expedition 20, Astronauts, Endeavour (Orbiter), Laser Range Finders, Glass, Windows

Date Taken: 7/28/2009

Categories: Crew Activities

Interior_Exterior: Interior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Element: Shuttle Flight Deck

Original: Digital Still

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-127

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2009
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