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sts121-323-010 - STS-121 - Sellers and Fossum on the end of the OBSS during EVA1 on STS-121 / Expedition 13 joint operations

sts121-323-010 - STS-121 - Sellers and Fossum on the end of the OBSS during EVA1 on STS-121 / Expedition 13 joint operations

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The original finding aid described this as:

Description: EV1 Piers Sellers and EV2 Michael Fossum on the end of the Orbiter Boom Sensor System (OBSS) during test of the boom as an work platform on Extravehicular Activity 1 (EVA1). Fossum is in the Articulating Portable Foot Restraint (APFR) with Sellers holding on to the Tool Sanchion (TS) beside him. The OBSS Laser Camera System (LSC) is visible. Image taken during STS-121 / Expedition 13 joint operations.

Subject Terms: STS-121, Expedition 13, Astronauts, Extravehicular Mobility Unit, Extravehicular Activity, Booms (Equipment)

Date Taken: 7/8/2006

Categories: EVA

Interior_Exterior: Exterior

Ground_Orbit: On-orbit

Original: Film - 35MM CN

Preservation File Format: TIFF




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