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S45-01-021 - STS-045 - STS-45 crewmembers on flight deck

S45-01-021 - STS-045 - STS-45 crewmembers on flight deck

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Photographic documentation showing STS-45 crewmembers on the flight deck of the orbiter Atlantis. Views include: Mission Specialist (MS) and payload commander Kathryn D. Sullivan (015-016); payload specialist D. Dirk Frimout in the light from a window (017); MS C. Michael Foale with mission commander Charles F. Bolden visible in the commander's station behind Foale (018); pilot Brian Duffy on the aft flight deck (019); the opening of the payload bay doors is visble through a window on the aft flight deck (020); Duffy (021-024), with 022-023 partially overexposed and 024 greatly overexposed.


Date Taken: 6/25/1999

Original: Film

Preservation File Format: TIFF





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