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S49-37-032 - STS-049 - Scenes of the single crewmember EVA INTELSAT capture attempt.

S49-37-032 - STS-049 - Scenes of the single crewmember EVA INTELSAT capture attempt.

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Summary

The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Scenes of the single crew member EVA INTELSAT capture attempt showing Mission Specialist Pierre Thuot (single red stripe) standing on the RMS end effector, with the INTELSAT capture bar, attempting to attach it to the free floating INTELSAT. Scenes were taken from the aft flight deck overhead and payload bay windows and show cabin activity at the RMS control station. Mission Specialist Bruce Melnick is operating the RMS controls.

Subject Terms: STS-49, EXTRAVEHICULAR MOBILITY UNITS, REMOTE MANIPULATOR SYSTEM, ASTRONAUTS CONTROL BOARDS, WINDOWS, FLIGHT DECK, ONBOARD ACTIVITIES

Date Taken: 5/16/1992

Categories: EVA

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 35MM CN

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-49

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Date

1992
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Explorerms control station

Exploreastronauts control boards

Exploreshow cabin activity

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