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STS082-349-031 - STS-082 - Astronauts Lee and Smith on the middeck prepare for EVA

STS082-349-031 - STS-082 - Astronauts Lee and Smith on the middeck prepare for EVA



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Description: STS-82 Payload Specialist Mark Lee and Mission Specialist Steve Smith prepare for their upcoming extravehicular activity to service the Hubble Space Telescope (HST SM-02). Lee and Smith attach medical sensors their upper torsos (001-5). Commander Ken Bowersox goes over a sheaf of papers (left of frame) while Mission Specialist Joe Tanner stows medical kit equipment in MF28H middeck locker (006-8). Pilot Scott Horowitz grins for the camera in the entrance into the external airlock (009). Mission Specialist Greg Harbaugh can be seen inside the external airlock going over last minute procedures with the two Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) suited astronauts; these views are framed by the hatch (010-17). Interior views of the airlock activity with Harbaugh helping the EMU suited astronauts Lee and Smith (018-20, 023-25). Smith, in EMU suit and helmet, looks at the camera (021-22). Closeup of Lee in EMU helmet (026-28). Blurry view of Harbaugh's feet in open hatch (029). View of the external airlock hatch with Harbaugh's feet sticking out, a toolboard full of EVA tools floats by the left side of the frame, and Lee in EMU suit waves at the camera (030-35).


Date Taken: 3/3/1997

Original: Film

Preservation File Format: TIFF





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