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STS086-394-034 - STS-086 - Survey views of the Mir space station

STS086-394-034 - STS-086 - Survey views of the Mir space station

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Description: Survey views of the Mir space station taken by the crew of the STS-86 orbiter Atlantis including: Spektr module (damaged solar array SP#1 visible) (001-10, 014-6). Docking Module (DM), Kristall and solar array (011-3, 020-2). Soyuz spacecraft docked to center node. Also visible is the Travers antenna on the Priroda module (017-9). Solar array on Base Block (023-5). Spektr module (damage not visible) (026-8). DM, Kristall, Base Block and Kvant (029-31). Kvant 2 (032-4). DM, Base Block, Kvant, Soyuz, Kvant 2 and Spektr (035-7).

Subject Terms: MIR SPACE STATION, SURVEYS, MODULES, STS-86

Date Taken: 10/31/1997

Original: Film

Preservation File Format: TIFF
STS-86

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1997
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Exploretravers antenna

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