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S26-05-017 - STS-026 - STS-26 crew activities

S26-05-017 - STS-026 - STS-26 crew activities

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Photographic documentation showing STS-26 crew activities. Views include: mission commander Frederick H. Hauck and Mission Specialist (MS) George D. Nelson, wearing thermal underwear, with an orange Launch Entry Suit (LES) (013); crewmember, wearing thermal underwear, has his head stuck inside the collar of a LES (014); Nelson, wearing thermal underwear (015); Nelson, wearing thermal underwear, with LES (016); Hauck wearing thermal underwear with LES (017-019); Hauck signals 'thumbs up', wearing thermal underwear and surrounded by LESs and other equipment (020); Hauck and Covey conduct an experiment on the middeck (021-027); Hauck, wearing LES, sits in the commanders station, while Covey helps him with the LES (028-031).


Date Taken: 5/9/2000

Original: Film - 35MM CN

Preservation File Format: TIFF





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Explorecovey conduct

Explorehauck signals

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