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S02-12-833 - STS-002 - View of the Columbia's open payload bay and the Canadian RMS

S01-07-520 - STS-001 - Crew compartment flight deck window debris,damage,streak documentation

S01-07-523 - STS-001 - Crew compartment flight deck window debris,damage,streak documentation

S01-06-485 - STS-001 - Commander Young points COAS out forward flight deck window W3

S01-07-522 - STS-001 - Crew compartment flight deck window debris,damage,streak documentation

S01-07-524 - STS-001 - Crew compartment flight deck window debris,damage,streak documentation

S01-07-521 - STS-001 - Crew compartment flight deck window debris,damage,streak documentation

STS120-301-016 - STS-120 - View of U.S. Laboratory during STS-120 EVA

STS074-709-089 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS064-30-020 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS074-709-065 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS064-30-030 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS120-301-019 - STS-120 - View of U.S. Laboratory during STS-120 EVA

STS074-721-048 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen from aft flight deck

STS074-709-095 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-061 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS064-30-016 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS120-301-003 - STS-120 - View of U.S. Laboratory during STS-120 approach for docking

STS064-24-025 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS074-709-084 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-021 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-093 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS064-05-012 - STS-064 - Dark footage of Discovery's aft flight deck

STS074-709-058 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

S09-02-043 - STS-009 - Flight deck windows

STS074-709-034 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

61A-482-006 - STS-61A - STS-61A crew activities

S124E005668 - STS-124 - Chamitoff on flight deck

STS064-22-022 - STS-064 - Cdr. Richards peering out of aft flight deck windows

STS064-30-010 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS061-04-020 - STS-061 - Various views of the STS-61 crew on the flight deck during HST capture

STS074-709-018 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS120-301-007 - STS-120 - View of U.S. Laboratory during STS-120 approach for docking

STS074-709-038 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS061-02-027 - STS-061 - Various views of the STS-61 crew on the orbiters flight deck

STS064-30-013 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS064-30-019 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS089-338-011 - STS-089 - MS Anderson photographs the Mir Space Station

STS074-709-033 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS120-301-004 - STS-120 - View of U.S. Laboratory during STS-120 approach for docking

41D-37-110 - STS-41D - Solar arrays for the OAST-1 payload

61A-482-004 - STS-61A - STS-61A crew activities

STS089-338-009 - STS-089 - MS Anderson photographs the Mir Space Station

STS074-709-064 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS064-24-017 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS064-24-030 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS074-709-081 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS120-301-017 - STS-120 - View of U.S. Laboratory during STS-120 EVA

STS074-709-026 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

S124E005667 - STS-124 - Chamitoff on flight deck

STS074-709-056 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-073 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS089-338-007 - STS-089 - MS Anderson photographs the Mir Space Station

STS064-25-009 - STS-064 - MS Helms working in front of the aft flight deck windows

S88E5245 - STS-088 - Krikalev on aft flight deck with camera

STS088-329-023 - STS-088 - STS-88 crewmembers pose for photos on the aft flight deck

STS074-709-043 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-062 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-067 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-060 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

S124E005666 - STS-124 - Chamitoff on flight deck

S43-07-001 - STS-043 - A blurry view of the aft flight deck windows on OV-104

STS074-709-066 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS091-391-034 - STS-091 - Crewmember activities

STS064-24-031 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

S35-15-022 - STS-035 - STS-35 Commander Brand looks out of a window on OV-102's flight deck

STS074-709-039 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

S124E005687 - STS-124 - Chamitoff on aft flight deck with camera

STS074-709-037 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

S85E5113 - STS-085 - Payload bay

STS074-721-049 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen from aft flight deck

STS074-709-076 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS089-338-008 - STS-089 - MS Anderson photographs the Mir Space Station

STS091-391-036 - STS-091 - Crewmember activities

61A-482-003 - STS-61A - STS-61A crew activities

STS074-709-024 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS064-05-010 - STS-064 - Dark footage of Discovery's aft flight deck

STS074-709-055 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-721-047 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen from aft flight deck

S08-37-1911 - STS-008 - View of PFTA being lifted from Challenger's payload bay

STS064-24-035 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS074-709-040 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS074-709-059 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

61A-482-005 - STS-61A - STS-61A crew activities

S85E5114 - STS-085 - Payload bay

STS064-24-019 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS074-709-045 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS064-24-023 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS064-30-004 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS074-709-022 - STS-074 - STS-74 crewmember views Mir Space Station through aft flight windows

STS074-709-088 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS120-301-018 - STS-120 - View of U.S. Laboratory during STS-120 EVA

STS064-30-031 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

S35-15-021 - STS-035 - STS-35 Commander Brand looks out of a window on OV-102's flight deck

STS074-709-048 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS120-301-005 - STS-120 - View of U.S. Laboratory during STS-120 approach for docking

STS074-709-072 - STS-074 - Mir space station seen through aft flight deck windows

STS088-329-022 - STS-088 - STS-88 crewmembers pose for photos on the aft flight deck

STS064-30-006 - STS-064 - STS-64 crew portrait

STS061-02-026 - STS-061 - Various views of the STS-61 crew on the orbiters flight deck

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