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AMN John T. Acol examines circuitry in the EMU-19 power generator on a TSC-15 communication site during exercise Team Spirit '81

STS101-392-020 - STS-101 - MS Usachev with EMU hardware on the middeck

S113E05528 - STS-113 - Lopez-Alegria's reflection in EMU visor as he takes a photograph during STS-113

STS096-360-020 - STS-096 - Portrait view of MS Jernigan in EMU

41G-101-024 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

51A-11-031 - STS-51A - EMU

STS064-03-001 - STS-064 - MS Linenger assists PC Lee in donning EMU

S113E05361 - STS-113 - Lopez-Alegria reflected in EMU visor in Quest A/L during STS-113

STS098-361-013 - STS-098 - Polansky with EMU stowage bag

S118E06851 - STS-118 - View of Williams attired in the EMU in the A/L during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

STS072-391-011 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-391-015 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-391-020 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-391-022 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS100-388-017 - STS-100 - MS Parazynski in his EMU in the airlock of Endeavour during STS-100

41G-101-027 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

S113E05527 - STS-113 - Lopez-Alegria's reflection in EMU visor as he takes a photograph during STS-113

S118E06042 - STS-118 - View of EMU taken during STS-118

S118E06853 - STS-118 - View of Williams attired in the EMU in the A/L during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

STS101-399-034 - STS-101 - PLT Horowitz on middeck with EMU

STS098-361-015 - STS-098 - Jones with EMU stowage bag

STS113-308-008 - STS-113 - Herrington reflected in Lopez-Alegria's EMU visor during STS-113 EVA 2

S118E07462 - STS-118 - Mastracchio poses in his EMU during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E06850 - STS-118 - View of Williams attired in the EMU in the A/L during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S114E6994 - STS-114 - EMU gloves in airlock

S114E6993 - STS-114 - EMU gloves in airlock

STS072-391-021 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-391-023 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS109-301-015 - STS-109 - EMU stowed on middeck

STS064-03-015 - STS-064 - PC Lee donning EMU upper torso

STS096-392-009 - STS-096 - EMU on middeck

STS101-399-030 - STS-101 - MS Usachev on middeck with EMU

41G-12-009 - STS-41G - 41G EMU

STS064-03-010 - STS-064 - MS Meade donning EMU

41G-101-014 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

STS096-360-019 - STS-096 - Portrait view of MS Jernigan in EMU

S118E06852 - STS-118 - View of Williams attired in the EMU in the A/L during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S118E06837 - STS-118 - View of Williams in his EMU in the Airlock during STS-118

STS064-03-011 - STS-064 - MS Meade donning EMU

STS109-301-014 - STS-109 - EMU stowed on middeck

STS091-356-010 - STS-091 - Two EMU suits stowed in the middeck

S114E6997 - STS-114 - EMU gloves in airlock

41G-12-007 - STS-41G - 41G EMU

S113E05531 - STS-113 - Lopez-Alegria's reflection in EMU visor as he takes a photograph during STS-113

S113E05530 - STS-113 - Lopez-Alegria's reflection in EMU visor as he takes a photograph during STS-113

STS064-03-016 - STS-064 - PC Lee donning EMU upper torso

STS101-399-031 - STS-101 - PLT Horowitz and MS Williams pose with EMU

51A-11-030 - STS-51A - EMU

STS098-361-014 - STS-098 - Jones with EMU stowage bag

S114E7105 - STS-114 - EMU in Airlock

51A-11-029 - STS-51A - EMU

41G-101-029 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

51D-04-026 - STS-51D - Griggs in EMU

STS113-308-007 - STS-113 - Herrington reflected in Lopez-Alegria's EMU visor during STS-113 EVA 2

STS113-308-009 - STS-113 - Herrington reflected in Lopez-Alegria's EMU visor during STS-113 EVA 2

STS064-03-012 - STS-064 - MS Linenger assists PC Lee in donning EMU

STS101-399-033 - STS-101 - PLT Horowitz on middeck with EMU

STS096-360-033 - STS-096 - PLT Husband adjusts EMU for crewmate prior to EVA

STS072-391-019 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-391-012 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-391-014 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-391-013 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS100-388-015 - STS-100 - MS Hadfield in his EMU in the airlock of Endeavour during STS-100

S118E07463 - STS-118 - Williams in his EMU before a session of EVA during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

S114E7106 - STS-114 - EMU in Airlock

S118E06043 - STS-118 - View of EMU taken during STS-118

41G-101-013 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

41G-101-028 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

41G-12-005 - STS-41G - 41G EMU

41G-101-012 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

STS096-360-038 - STS-096 - Portrait view of MS Barry in EMU

41G-101-016 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

S113E05529 - STS-113 - Lopez-Alegria's reflection in EMU visor as he takes a photograph during STS-113

S118E07464 - STS-118 - Mastracchio in his EMU before a session of EVA during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

STS064-03-009 - STS-064 - MS Meade donning EMU

STS064-03-006 - STS-064 - PC Lee donning EMU with MS Linenger and MS Helms in the air lock

51D-04-025 - STS-51D - Griggs in EMU

STS098-322-022 - STS-098 - Cockrell helps with EMU on orbiter Atlantis middeck

S118E07468 - STS-118 - Williams in his EMU before a session of EVA during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations

STS101-399-032 - STS-101 - MS Williams and Voss pose with EMU

STS096-360-025 - STS-096 - Portrait view of MS Barry in EMU

41G-101-015 - STS-41G - Astronaut in EMU in the payload bay

STS072-391-016 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

STS072-391-018 - STS-072 - EMU suited astronaut activity during first EVA of STS-72 mission

S114E6996 - STS-114 - EMU gloves in airlock

S114E6995 - STS-114 - EMU gloves in airlock

S04-24-155 - STS-004 - Unmanned EMU suit floats in front of open airlock hatch on middeck

S05-15-549 - STS-005 - Plastic toy shark drifts through airlock in front of EMU suited MS Lenoir

S05-15-548 - STS-005 - Plastic toy shark drifts through airlock in front of EMU suited MS Lenoir

S07-29-1527 - STS-007 - Mission Specialist (MS) Thagard checks EMU systems in airlock

S06-06-464 - STS-006 - Fully EMU suited MS Peterson and MS Musgrave in airlock

S06-06-463 - STS-006 - Fully EMU suited MS Peterson and MS Musgrave in airlock

S07-29-1526 - STS-007 - Mission Specialist (MS) Thagard checks EMU systems in airlock

S07-29-1528 - STS-007 - Mission Specialist (MS) Thagard checks EMU systems in airlock

S06-06-465 - STS-006 - Fully EMU suited MS Peterson and MS Musgrave in airlock

S06-06-462 - STS-006 - Commander Weitz adjusts EMU wrist cuff checklist on middeck

51D-35-086 - STS-51D - Close-up of astronaut in EMU

S49-04-025 - STS-049 - EMU positioned above waste collection system (WCS) on middeck

S49-04-027 - STS-049 - EMU positioned above waste collection system (WCS) on middeck

S49-04-024 - STS-049 - EMU positioned above waste collection system (WCS) on middeck

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