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S07-32-1667 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1707 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1659 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1770 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS098-324-014 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1694 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S35-513-006 - STS-035 - Space debris drifts in space during STS-35

S07-32-1704 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1717 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1651 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS098-324-022 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1753 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1725 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S09-14-714 - STS-009 - Waste water dump

S07-32-1774 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1696 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS074-702-002 - STS-074 - Captive plate floating in space

S07-32-1648 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1752 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1656 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1702 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS064-28-037 - STS-064 - MS Meade helping Pilot Hammond into his LES

S07-32-1691 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1698 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1732 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S114E6734 - STS-114 - Shuttle/ISS docking on CCD screen

S35-513-005 - STS-035 - Space debris drifts in space during STS-35

S35-513-004 - STS-035 - Space debris drifts in space during STS-35

S09-18-815 - STS-009 - Waste water dump

S09-14-713 - STS-009 - Waste water dump

S07-32-1705 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S06-43-268 - STS-006 - Tail glow as seen during STS-6 mission

STS091-349-018 - STS-091 - Water dump from a leaking fuel cell

S07-32-1653 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1738 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1713 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1641 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1688 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1670 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1714 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS074-702-001 - STS-074 - Captive plate floating in space

S07-32-1644 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1781 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS074-702-003 - STS-074 - Captive plate floating in space

STS098-324-009 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1650 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1736 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1654 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1715 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1750 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS074-702-004 - STS-074 - Captive plate floating in space

S09-11-656 - STS-009 - OMS burn

STS098-324-002 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1638 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1778 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1754 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS098-324-019 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1710 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S06-43-269 - STS-006 - Tail glow as seen during STS-6 mission

STS098-324-021 - STS-098 - thruster firing

STS098-327-030 - STS-098 - Video Signal Converter

S07-32-1728 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S35-35-007 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 telescopes documented in OV-102's PLB with RCS firing

S07-32-1746 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1772 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1743 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1671 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1769 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1733 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1780 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS091-349-015 - STS-091 - Water dump from a leaking fuel cell

S07-32-1722 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS098-324-006 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1740 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S06-43-267 - STS-006 - Tail glow as seen during STS-6 mission

S07-32-1727 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1766 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1657 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS098-324-011 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1643 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S06-43-270 - STS-006 - Tail glow as seen during STS-6 mission

S35-28-015 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 in OV-102's payload bay silhouetted against RCS firing

S07-32-1674 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS098-324-015 - STS-098 - thruster firing

STS091-335-008 - STS-091 - Free-floating debris

S07-32-1640 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1666 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S35-28-017 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 in OV-102's payload bay silhouetted against RCS firing

S07-32-1706 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1662 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1699 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S35-28-013 - STS-035 - STS-35 ASTRO-1 in OV-102's payload bay silhouetted against RCS firing

S07-32-1782 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S09-18-814 - STS-009 - Waste water dump

STS098-324-024 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1775 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

S07-32-1744 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

STS091-335-009 - STS-091 - Free-floating debris

STS098-324-016 - STS-098 - thruster firing

S07-32-1655 - STS-007 - View of the shuttle Challenger from the SPAS-01 satellite

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