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S74E5271 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5362 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5274 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5297 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5402 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5368 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-05-028 - STS-034 - Payload bay of Atlantis during STS-34

S74E5289 - STS-074 - Earth Observation

S34-71-0AE - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5455 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5452 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5385 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-0AU - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S34-71-00G - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

STS098-351-015 - STS-098 - PMA3

S74E5457 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5276 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5345 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5414 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5428 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5369 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-0AV - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S34-05-026 - STS-034 - Payload bay of Atlantis during STS-34

S74E5331 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-0AA - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5304 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-00M - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5290 - STS-074 - Earth Observation

S34-71-0AB - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S34-71-00E - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5361 - STS-074 - Earth observation

STS098-351-017 - STS-098 - Foot and knee restraint

S74E5314 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5374 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5337 - STS-074 - Earth observation

STS079-322-012 - STS-079 - Mir Space Station

S74E5390 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-0AX - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S34-71-0AF - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5284 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5277 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S79E5164 - STS-079 - Earth Observation taken by STS-79 crew

S74E5318 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-04-005 - STS-034 - Iodine Comparator Assembly

S74E5267 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5281 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5407 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5309 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5295 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-00K - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S34-71-00J - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5366 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S71E0086 - STS-071 - Docking area

S79E5175 - STS-079 - Earth Observation taken by STS-79 crew

S79E5172 - STS-079 - Earth Observation taken by STS-79 crew

STS125-703-002 - STS-125 - Earth Observation taken by the STS-125 crew

S74E5286 - STS-074 - Earth observation

STS098-351-012 - STS-098 - MS Ivins on flight deck

S74E5377 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S79E5174 - STS-079 - Earth Observation taken by STS-79 crew

S74E5272 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5294 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5365 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-00F - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5405 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-00N - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S34-71-00X - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5266 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5319 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5433 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5313 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5448 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5300 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-05-025 - STS-034 - Payload bay of Atlantis during STS-34

S74E5458 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5392 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5360 - STS-074 - Earth observation

STS098-370-013 - STS-098 - Flight station on forward flight deck

S30-88-000D - STS-030 - Payload bay

S79E5162 - STS-079 - Earth Observation taken by STS-79 crew

S34-71-00P - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5396 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5310 - STS-074 - Earth observation

STS098-370-015 - STS-098 - Aft flight deck

S43-612-060 - STS-043 - Payload bay

S34-71-0AP - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5400 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5336 - STS-074 - Earth observation

61B-33-000A - STS-61B - Payload bay of Atlantis with EASE and ACCESS visible

S34-71-0AS - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5381 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-11-025 - STS-034 - STS-34 MS Baker replaces LiOH canisters

S74E5328 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S74E5450 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S34-71-0AT - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S74E5438 - STS-074 - Earth observation

S79E5169 - STS-079 - Earth Observation taken by STS-79 crew

S34-71-00S - STS-034 - Galileo spacecraft/IUS deployment sequence in the payload bay

S30-88-000E - STS-030 - Payload bay

S74E5287 - STS-074 - Earth observation

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