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Flight director Paul Dye (center frame) and spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM) Megan McArthur+ View High-res
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JSC2006-E-39872 (10 Sept. 2006) --- In the Shuttle (White) Flight Control Room of Houston's Mission Control Center, flight director Paul Dye (center frame) and spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM) Megan McArthur monitor data during the STS-115 inspection of the wings' leading edge and nose cap of the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
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JSC2006-E-39877 (10 Sept. 2006) --- Overall view of the Shuttle (White) Flight Control Room of Houston's Mission Control Center during the STS-115 inspection of the wings' leading edge and nose cap of the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
Flight director Paul Dye (right) and spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM) Megan McArthur+ View High-res
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JSC2006-E-39881 (10 Sept. 2006) --- In the Shuttle (White) Flight Control Room of Houston's Mission Control Center, flight director Paul Dye (right) and spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM) Megan McArthur monitor data during the STS-115 inspection of the wings' leading edge and nose cap of the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
Flight director Paul Dye during the mission update briefing on Sept. 10, 2006+ View High-res
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JSC2006-E-39922 (10 Sept. 2006) --- Flight director Paul Dye responds to a question from the media during the STS-115 mission update briefing on Sept. 10, 2006 at Johnson Space Center.
Flight director John McCullough during the mission update briefing Sept. 10, 2006+ View High-res
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JSC2006-E-39924 (10 Sept. 2006) --- Flight director John McCullough responds to a question from the media during the STS-115 mission update briefing on Sept. 10, 2006 at Johnson Space Center.
Image of the Canadian-built system and hardware stowed in the payload bay of the shuttle+ View High-res
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S115-E-05305 (10 Sept. 2006) -- While working to survey the thermal protection system on the Space Shuttle Atlantis, the orbiter boom sensor system (OBSS), attached to the remote manipulator system (RMS) arm was positioned near the shuttle's aft cabin windows. This enabled one of the STS-115 crew members to record this digital still image of the Canadian-built system and some of the hardware stowed in the payload bay of the shuttle, as well as the vertical stabilizer and the two orbital maneuvering system (OMS) pods.
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S115-E-05306 (10 Sept. 2006) -- While working to survey the thermal protection system on the Space Shuttle Atlantis, the orbiter boom sensor system (OBSS), attached to the remote manipulator system (RMS) arm was positioned near the shuttle's aft cabin windows. This enabled one of the STS-115 crew members to record this digital still close-up image of the Canadian-built system.
A tandem of the orbiter boom sensor system and the remote manipulator system arm conducts a survey of the thermal protection system+ View High-res
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S115-E-05307 (10 Sept. 2006) ---- As in the case of the previous two shuttle missions, a tandem of the orbiter boom sensor system (OBSS) and the remote manipulator system (RMS) arm conducts a survey of the thermal protection system on the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
STS-115 Mission Specialist Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper+ View High-res
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S115-E-05312 (10 Sept. 2006) -- Astronaut Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, STS-115 mission specialist, refers to a manual on the middeck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis during activities on the second flight day. Astronaut Brent W. Jett Jr., commander, is partially in the frame at left.
STS-115 Mission Specialist Daniel Burbank+ View High-res
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S115-E-05317 (10 Sept. 2006) -- Astronaut Daniel C. Burbank, STS-115 mission specialist, works with controls on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis during activities on the second flight day.