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S134E008282 - STS-134 - View of Expedition 27 / STS-134 Crew Members in the Node 1

S134E008282 - STS-134 - View of Expedition 27 / STS-134 Crew Members in the Node 1

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Description: View of STS-134 and Expedition 27 crew members enjoying a meal together in the Node 1/Unity. From left to right: STS-134 Mission Specialist (MS-4) Greg Chamitoff; Expedition 27 Commander Dmitri Kondratyev, Flight Engineer (FE) Alexander Samokutyaev, FE Andrey Borisenko, FE Paolo Nespoli, and FE Ron Garan; STS-134 Pilot Gregory H. Johnson, and Commander Mark Kelly (facing away from camera).

Subject Terms: STS-134, Astronauts, Cosmonauts, Food

Date Taken: 5/21/2011

Categories: Crew Activities

Interior_Exterior: Interior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Element: Node 1

Original: Digital Still

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-134

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Date

2011
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Explorefe ron garan

Explorefe paolo nespoli

Explorefe andrey borisenko

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