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STS106-717-022 - STS-106 - Partial view of PMA2 docked in the payload bay of Atlantis during STS-106

STS106-717-022 - STS-106 - Partial view of PMA2 docked in the payload bay of Atlantis during STS-106

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Description: A partial view of Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 (PMA2) docked to the Orbiter Docking System (ODS) in the payload bay of Atlantis, Orbital Vehicle (OV) 104, taken during the STS-106 mission. The Earth's surface provided the background to these images.

Subject Terms: STS-106, ATLANTIS (ORBITER), EARTH OBSERVATIONS (FROM SPACE), PAYLOAD BAY, SPACECRAFT DOCKING MODULES, PRESSURIZED MATING ADAPTER, EARTH SURFACE

Date Taken: 9/16/2000

Categories: Station Configuration

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 70MM CT

Preservation File Format: TIFF

geon: MALAYSIA

feat: ALOR SETAR,PINANG ISLAND

lat: 6

lon: 100.5

tilt: 18

cldp: 75

nlat: 4.9

nlon: 100.5

dir: N

azi: 268

alt: 201

elev: 53
STS-106

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2000
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