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STS092-336-015 - STS-092 - Lopez-Alegria during EVA and reflection of Wisoff in his helmet

STS092-336-015 - STS-092 - Lopez-Alegria during EVA and reflection of Wisoff in his helmet

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria, mission specialist, was captured on film by astronaut Peter J.K. (Jeff) Wisoff in the cargo bay of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Discovery during one of two space walks shared by the two mission specialists. A close look into Lopez-Alegria's helmet visor reveals an "upside down" Wisoff taking the picture with a 35mm camera with his feet securely anchored in the foot restraint on the end of Discovery's remote manipulator system (RMS) or robot arm.


Date Taken: 10/17/2000

Categories: EVA

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 35MM CN

Preservation File Format: TIFF





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