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S47-202-015 - STS-047 - View of the Image Furnace in SL-J

S43-37-007 - STS-043 - Views of OV-104's empty payload bay during STS-43

STS067-732A-000B - STS-067 - View of ASTRO-2 payload in Endeavour's cargo bay

41D-101-020 - STS-41D - Hardware attached to edge of SAE panel during OAST-1 experiment

S09-18-805 - STS-009 - View of the Spacelab module in the payload bay of the Columbia during STS-9

S35-510-007 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes documented in OV-102's payload bay

S07-21-1032 - STS-007 - View of STS-7 Challenger's open payload bay

STS093-337-003 - STS-093 - A dark view of the starboard OMS engine pod during a burn

S35-28-023 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 in OV-102's payload bay backdropped against Orion nebula

41D-101-058 - STS-41D - Hardware attached to edge of SAE panel during OAST-1 experiment

41D-101-050 - STS-41D - Hardware attached to edge of SAE panel during OAST-1 experiment

41D-102-017 - STS-41D - Hardware attached to edge of SAE panel during OAST-1 experiment

S09-48-3213 - STS-009 - Close-up views of the contents of STS-9 Columbia's payload bay

51F-112-019 - STS-51F - 51F Payload Bay

51A-104-054 - STS-51A - 51A Payload bay

S35-519-002 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes documented in OV-102's payload bay

S47-08-005 - STS-047 - STS-47 crewmembers conduct experiments in Spacelab-Japan

STS067-706A-079 - STS-067 - ASTRO-2 payload in cargo bay of STS-67 Endeavour

S09-32-1190 - STS-009 - Spacelab module in Columbia's payload bay

S47-204-025 - STS-047 - STS-47 MS Jemison uses microscope in aft end of SL-J

S09-08-537 - STS-009 - Payload bay

S09-32-1191 - STS-009 - Spacelab module in Columbia's payload bay

S47-209-015 - STS-047 - FTS: elements of experiment

51B-09-003 - STS-51B - Spaceborne experiments

S05-38-962 - STS-005 - SBS-3 satellite in Columbia's payload bay

S47-08-001 - STS-047 - STS-47 crewmembers conduct experiments in Spacelab-Japan

S05-38-941 - STS-005 - SBS-3 satellite in Columbia's payload bay

51B-02-001 - STS-51B - Payload bay

S35-24-008 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes deployed from OV-102's payload bay

S06-44-576 - STS-006 - View of the port OMS pod of the STS-6 Challenger

S35-27-034 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes deployed from OV-102's payload bay

S47-05-021 - STS-047 - STS-47 crew shift changeover in Spacelab-Japan (SL-J)

51B-16-007 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

51B-16-009 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

S47-204-021 - STS-047 - STS-47 MS Jemison uses microscope in aft end of SL-J

STS068-60-002 - STS-068 - Endeavour's payload bay overlooking the Earth limb during STS-68

S47-11-021 - STS-047 - STS-47 Crewmembers work in SL-J

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

S47-211-031 - STS-047 - STS-47 PS Mohri in SL-J

S47-208-025 - STS-047 - FTS: close-up of elements of experiment

STS068-72-028 - STS-068 - Endeavour's payload bay overlooking the Earth limb during STS-68

STS067-706A-076 - STS-067 - ASTRO-2 payload in cargo bay of STS-67 Endeavour

S47-05-006 - STS-047 - STS-47 payload specialist Mohri at microscope in SL-J

STS069-703-000G - STS-069 - View of the deployment of the SPARTAN 207

S47-209-010 - STS-047 - FTS: close-up of elements of experiment

41D-37-083 - STS-41D - OAST-1 payload in the Discovery's payload bay

51B-22-035 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

STS069-703-000C - STS-069 - View of the deployment of the SPARTAN 203

STS068-82-030 - STS-068 - Getaway Special Canisters (GAS cans) onboard Endeavour's payload bay

STS069-703-000BJ - STS-069 - View of the deployment of the SPARTAN 201

S47-11-018 - STS-047 - STS-47 PS Mohri in tunnel between orbiter and SL-J

S09-10-612 - STS-009 - Spacelab in payload bay

51A-101-043 - STS-51A - 51A Payload bay

51B-135-003 - STS-51B - Payload bay

51F-115-006 - STS-51F - 51F shutlte payload bay

S08-33-1011 - STS-008 - PFTA/RMS as seen from aft flight window of shuttle Challenger

51B-135-002 - STS-51B - Payload bay

S06-39-214 - STS-006 - View of Challenger's payload bay

STS093-318-021 - STS-093 - Photo of some debris from Columbia taken during STS-93

51A-01-007 - STS-51A - 51A Payload bay

S47-205-034 - STS-047 - STS-47 PS Mohri with a microscope in SL-J

S35-28-010 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes in OV-102's payload bay

S47-202-012 - STS-047 - STS-47 MS Davis conducts experiment in the Image Furnace

S09-49-2196 - STS-009 - View of the Spacelab module in the Columbia's payload bay

51B-04-010 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

51B-03-003 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

S47-202-030 - STS-047 - STS-47 PLC Lee conducts FEE experiment in GPWS

STS061-05-011 - STS-061 - HST in the Endeavour's payload bay

51B-03-008 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

STS067-706A-065 - STS-067 - ASTRO-2 payload in cargo bay of STS-67 Endeavour

S35-35-005 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes deployed from OV-102's payload bay

STS069-703-000AC - STS-069 - View of the deployment of the SPARTAN 227

S05-38-931 - STS-005 - SBS-3 satellite in Columbia's payload bay

STS063-703-004 - STS-063 - EVA camera operation check

S06-37-826 - STS-006 - View of the TDRS in the Challenger's payload prior to deployment

S05-38-953 - STS-005 - SBS-3 satellite in Columbia's payload bay

S47-210-028 - STS-047 - STS-47 PS Mohri uses a microscope in SL-J

S43-29-001 - STS-043 - Views of OV-104's empty payload bay and an Earth limb during STS-43

S47-203-019 - STS-047 - VISUAL STABILITY - STS-47 PLC Lee sets up experiment

51B-22-028 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

STS068-56-035 - STS-068 - Endeavour's payload bay overlooking the Earth limb during STS-68

S47-202-005 - STS-047 - STS-47 MS Davis conducts experiment in the Image Furnace

S35-506-010 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes documented in OV-102's payload bay (PLB)

STS061-04-022 - STS-061 - HST is manuevered into the payload bay by the RMS arm

STS069-703-000X - STS-069 - View of the deployment of the SPARTAN 222

41D-102-037 - STS-41D - Hardware attached to edge of SAE panel during OAST-1 experiment

S35-27-033 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes deployed from OV-102's payload bay

51B-04-032 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

41D-102-041 - STS-41D - Hardware attached to edge of SAE panel during OAST-1 experiment

51B-01-002 - STS-51B - MS Lind observes VCGS in Spacelab 3

51A-01-004 - STS-51A - 51A Payload bay

S07-21-1050 - STS-007 - View of STS-7 Challenger's open payload bay

S09-31-1103 - STS-009 - Spacelab pallet experiments

S43-12-026 - STS-043 - View of the American flag on OV-104's PLB aft wall taken during STS-43

41D-101-047 - STS-41D - Hardware attached to edge of SAE panel during OAST-1 experiment

51B-08-003 - STS-51B - 51B crew activities

S47-208-026 - STS-047 - FTS: close-up of elements of experiment

S47-206-034 - STS-047 - STS-47 PS Mohri in SL-J

S35-26-023 - STS-035 - View of the base of the STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes in OV-102's payload bay

S08-33-1031 - STS-008 - PFTA/RMS as seen from aft flight window of shuttle Challenger

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