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S45-13-022 - STS-045 - STS-45 crewmembers engage in various activities

S45-13-022 - STS-045 - STS-45 crewmembers engage in various activities

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Photographic documentation showing STS-45 crewmembers engaging in various activities on the orbiter Atlantis. Views include: payload specialist D. Dirk Frimout and pilot Brian Duffy float near windows on aft flight deck (010-011); close-up of an aft flight deck window (012); Duffy floats near aft flight deck windows (013-014); Mission Specialist (MS) David C. Leesma near aft flight deck windows, with payload specialist Byron K. Lichtenberg partially visible (015); Lichtenberg looks out aft flight deck window (016); MS and payload commander Kathryn D. Sullivan floats head down with a spoon and food packet in her hands on the forward middeck (017-020); Duffy wearing headset on the middeck (021); Sullivan wearing headset assembly takes part in the Shuttle Amateur Radio Experiment (SAREX) (022-023); Sullivan holds a camera near the aft flight deck windows (024-032) with 024 being extremely dark; MS David C. Leesma holds up a card (033-034); mission commander Charles F. Bolden (035-036); Sullivan holds up NOAA decals (037).


Date Taken: 6/29/1999

Original: Film

Preservation File Format: TIFF





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