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STS111-708-062 - STS-111 - Aft zenith view of the ISS backdropped against the Earth taken during STS-111 UF-2 Flyaround

STS111-708-062 - STS-111 - Aft zenith view of the ISS backdropped against the Earth taken during STS-111 UF-2 Flyaround

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Summary

The original finding aid described this as:

Description: Zenith view looking down on the Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Array Wing (SAW) mast canisters on the International Space Station (ISS) backdropped against the Earth. Image was taken during final flyaround procedures following undocking of shuttle Endeavour (OV-105) at the conclusion of docked operations (OPS) for mission STS-111 UF-2. Visible is a Progress resupply ship, the Zvezda Service Module (SM), Zarya Functional Cargo Block (FGB), and P6 truss.\nImage is soft.

Subject Terms: Earth Observation (From Space), FGB, International Space Station, Progress, Service Module, Solar Arrays, STS-111, Trusses

Categories: Station Configuration

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 70MM CT

Preservation File Format: TIFF

feat: NON EARTHOBS
STS-111
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Date

12/04/1981 - 21/07/2011
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Source

The U.S. National Archives
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