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STS109-711-024 - STS-109 - HST with new solar arrays in Columbia's payload bay

STS109-711-023 - STS-109 - HST with new solar arrays in Columbia's payload bay

STS109-711-011 - STS-109 - HST with new solar arrays in Columbia's payload bay

STS109-711-022 - STS-109 - HST with new solar arrays in Columbia's payload bay

STS109-711-010 - STS-109 - HST with new solar arrays in Columbia's payload bay

STS109-711-012 - STS-109 - HST with new solar arrays in Columbia's payload bay

STS055-101-007 - STS-055 - D-2 Spacelab and Payload Bay.

STS061-112-045 - STS-061 - Various views of hardware in the STS-61 Endeavour's payload bay

STS061-112-059 - STS-061 - Various views of hardware in the STS-61 Endeavour's payload bay

STS061-112-046 - STS-061 - Various views of hardware in the STS-61 Endeavour's payload bay

S82E5238 - STS-082 - HST,survey views of the telescope on Flight Day 4

S82E5113 - STS-082 - HST,views of the telescope during approach and rendezvous

STS103-726-032 - STS-103 - Views of the -V3 and -V2 planes of the HST

STS103-726-031 - STS-103 - Views of the -V3 and -V2 planes of the HST

S109E5793 - STS-109 - #REF!

S109E5370 - STS-109 - #REF!

STS109-703-003 - STS-109 - Hubble in Columbia's payload bay

STS109-703-002 - STS-109 - Hubble in Columbia's payload bay

STS109-703-004 - STS-109 - Hubble in Columbia's payload bay

S109E5371 - STS-109 - #REF!

S125E006547 - STS-125 - Hubble Space Telescope (HST) prior to grapple by STS-125 Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006813 - STS-125 - Survey views of the HST taken after rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006816 - STS-125 - Survey views of the HST taken after rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006964 - STS-125 - Hubble Space Telescope (HST) during rendezvous with STS-125 Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006742 - STS-125 - Survey views taken after the HST rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006975 - STS-125 - Hubble Space Telescope (HST) during rendezvous with STS-125 Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006976 - STS-125 - Hubble Space Telescope (HST) during rendezvous with STS-125 Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006548 - STS-125 - Hubble Space Telescope (HST) prior to grapple by STS-125 Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006574 - STS-125 - Hubble Space Telescope (HST) prior to grapple by STS-125 Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006808 - STS-125 - Survey views of the HST taken after rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006815 - STS-125 - Survey views of the HST taken after rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006575 - STS-125 - Hubble Space Telescope (HST) prior to grapple by STS-125 Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006814 - STS-125 - Survey views of the HST taken after rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006961 - STS-125 - Hubble Space Telescope (HST) during rendezvous with STS-125 Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006744 - STS-125 - Survey views taken after the HST rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006820 - STS-125 - Survey views of the HST taken after rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

S125E006743 - STS-125 - Survey views taken after the HST rendezvous with the Shuttle Atlantis

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