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S32-16-019 - STS-032 - STS-32 crew activities

S32-16-019 - STS-032 - STS-32 crew activities

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Summary

The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Photographic documentation showing STS-32 crew activities. Views include: views of Mission Specialist (MS) G. David Low sitting in the pilots station on the flight deck (005-006, 011-013); views of MS Bonnie J. Dunbar sitting in the pilots station on the flight deck (007-010, 014-017); Low in front of the galley on the middeck (018); pilot James D. Wetherbee with aft middeck lockers behind him (019); MS Marsha S. Ivins with a bifurcated cable on the middeck (020-022).

Subject Terms: ASTRONAUTS, CREWS, ONBOARD ACTIVITIES, STS-32, COLUMBIA (ORBITER)

Date Taken: 3/13/2000

Original: Film

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-32

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Date

2000
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