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STS101-708-075 - STS-101 - SVS targets on the Node 1/Unity module

STS101-708-075 - STS-101 - SVS targets on the Node 1/Unity module

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description

Summary

The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Various views of SVS targets located on the Node 1/Unity module of the International Space Station as seen by the STS-101 crew. An Earth limb is also visible in the frames. The locations of the Space Vision System (SVS) targets visible in the frames include: NOD1/C2-08 and NOD1/C2-01.

Subject Terms: NODE 1 EARTH OBSERVATIONS (FROM SPACE) TARGETS DOCKING STS-101

Date Taken: 5/21/2000

Categories: Station Configuration

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 70MM CT

Preservation File Format: TIFF

geon: HUNGARY

feat: PAN-LAKE BALATON, ISS

lat: 46.5

lon: 16.5

tilt: High Oblique

cldp: 10

nlat: 49.9

nlon: 15.5

dir: S

azi: 89

alt: 177

elev: 26
STS-101

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Date

2000
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Exploretargets docking sts 101

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