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Rick Sturckow, STS-117 commander, holds a camera near a hatch+ View High-res
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ISS015-E-12924 (12 June 2007) --- Astronaut Rick Sturckow, STS-117 commander, holds a camera near a hatch on the International Space Station during flight day five activities while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station.
Steven Swanson (foreground), Jim Reilly (left) and Sunita Williams+ View High-res
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S117-E-07030 (12 June 2007) --- Astronauts Steven Swanson (foreground), Jim Reilly (left) and Sunita L. Williams, all STS-117 mission specialists, work the controls of the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) or Canadarm2 in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station.
Clayton Anderson works with the Test of Reaction and Adaptation Capabilities experiment+ View High-res
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S117-E-07031 (12 June 2007) --- Astronaut Clayton Anderson, Expedition 15 flight engineer, works with the Test of Reaction and Adaptation Capabilities (TRAC) experiment in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station. The TRAC investigation will test the theory of brain adaptation during space flight by testing hand-eye coordination before, during and after the space flight.
Rick Sturckow (left) and Jim Reilly use a computer in the Destiny laboratory+ View High-res
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S117-E-07050 (12 June 2007) --- Astronauts Rick Sturckow (left) and Jim Reilly, STS-117 commander and mission specialist, respectively, use a computer in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station during flight day five activities while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station.
Sunita Williams uses a computer in the Unity node+ View High-res
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S117-E-07052 (12 June 2007) --- Astronaut Sunita L. Williams, STS-117 mission specialist, uses a computer in the Unity node of the International Space Station during flight day five activities while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station.
Patrick Forrester works with the Test of Reaction and Adaptation Capabilities experiment+ View High-res
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S117-E-07092 (12 June 2007) --- Astronaut Patrick Forrester, STS-117 mission specialist, works with the Test of Reaction and Adaptation Capabilities (TRAC) experiment in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station. The TRAC investigation will test the theory of brain adaptation during space flight by testing hand-eye coordination before, during and after the space flight.
Lee Archambault uses a communication system near the controls of the Space Station Remote Manipulator System+ View High-res
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S117-E-07097 (12 June 2007) --- Astronaut Lee Archambault, STS-117 pilot, uses a communication system near the controls of the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) or Canadarm2 in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station during flight day five activities while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station.
Steven Swanson uses a communication system in the Quest Airlock+ View High-res
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S117-E-07099 (12 June 2007) --- Astronaut Steven Swanson, STS-117 mission specialist, uses a communication system in the Quest Airlock of the International Space Station during flight day five activities while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station.
Lee Archambault (foreground) and Sunita Williams work the controls of the Space Station Remote Manipulator System+ View High-res
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S117-E-07104 (12 June 2007) --- Astronauts Lee Archambault (foreground) and Sunita L. Williams, STS-117 pilot and mission specialist, respectively, work the controls of the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) or Canadarm2 in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station during flight day five activities while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station.
Foreground (from the left) are Lee Archambault, Sunita Williams, Rick Sturckow and Steven Swanson; in the background are Fyodor Yurchikhin, Clayton Anderson and Patrick Forrester+ View High-res
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S117-E-07105 (12 June 2007) --- The STS-117 and Expedition 15 crewmembers work various tasks in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station during flight day five activities while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station. Pictured in the foreground (from the left) are astronauts Lee Archambault, STS-117 pilot; Sunita L. Williams, STS-117 mission specialist; Rick Sturckow, STS-117 commander; and Steven Swanson, STS-117 mission specialist. Visible in the background are cosmonaut Fyodor N. Yurchikhin, Expedition 15 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency; astronauts Clayton Anderson, Expedition 15 flight engineer; and Patrick Forrester, STS-117 mission specialist.