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STS-115 Mission Specialist Daniel Burbank+ View High-res
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S115-E-06001 (14 Sept. 2006) --- Astronaut Daniel C. Burbank, STS-115 mission specialist, works on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis during the sixth day in space for theshuttle crew.
STS-115 Mission Specialist Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper and Expedition 13 Flight Engineer Jeff Williams+ View High-res
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S115-E-06006 (14 Sept. 2006) --- Astronaut Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, STS-115 mission specialist, works at the controls for the Canadarm2 in the Destiny laboratory aboard the International Space Station as astronaut Jeffrey N. Williams, Expedition 13 flight engineer and NASA station science officer, looks on.
STS-115 Mission Specialist Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper and Expedition 13 Flight Engineer Jeff Williams+ View High-res
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S115-E-06009 (14 Sept. 2006) --- Astronauts Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, STS-115 mission specialist, and astronaut Jeffrey N. Williams, Expedition 13 flight engineer and NASA station science officer, work with the controls for the Canadarm2 in the Destiny laboratory aboard the International Space Station
The new arrays span a total of 240 feet and have a width of 38 feet+ View High-res
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S115-E-06052 (14 Sept. 2006) --- Space Shuttle Atlantis astronauts spread a second set of wings for the International Space Station today. The new solar arrays were fully extended at 7:44 a.m CDT. The new arrays span a total of 240 feet and have a width of 38 feet. They are attached to the station's newest component, the P3/P4 integrated truss segment. The installation of the P3/P4, which occurred Tuesday, and the deployment of the arrays set the stage for future expansion of the station.
Michael Suffredini responds to a question from the media+ View High-res
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JSC2006-E-40202 (14 Sept. 2006) --- Michael T. Suffredini, International Space Station program manager, responds to a question from the media during the STS-115 mission update briefing on Sept. 14, 2006 at Johnson Space Center.
Michael Suffredini responds and John McCullough+ View High-res
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JSC2006-E-40208 (14 Sept. 2006) --- Michael T. Suffredini, International Space Station program manager, responds to a question from the media during the STS-115 mission update briefing on Sept. 14, 2006 at Johnson Space Center. Shuttle flight director John McCullough is at left.
John McCullough (left), Michael Suffredini and Kyle Herring+ View High-res
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JSC2006-E-40210 (14 Sept. 2006) --- Shuttle flight director John McCullough (left); Michael T. Suffredini, International Space Station program manager; and moderator Kyle Herring photographed during the STS-115 mission update briefing on Sept. 14, 2006 at Johnson Space Center.
The new solar arrays of the International Space Station+ View High-res
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S115-E-05999 (14 Sept. 2006) --- Space Shuttle Atlantis astronauts spread a second set of wings for the International Space Station today. The new solar arrays were fully extended at 7:44 a.m CDT. The new arrays span a total of 240 feet and have a width of 38 feet. They are attached to the station's newest component, the P3/P4 integrated truss segment. The installation of the P3/P4, which occurred Tuesday, and the deployment of the arrays set the stage for future expansion of the station.