STS-125 Flight Day 5 Gallery

  • Michael Good and the reflection of Megan McArthur› View High-res
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    S125-E-007582 (15 May 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Good, STS-125 mission specialist, is photographed from an aft flight deck window on the Space Shuttle Atlantis during the mission's second session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as work continues to refurbish and upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope. The photograph also captures a reflection of Mission Specialist Megan McArthur.

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    S125-E-007768 (15 May 2009) --- Solar panels on the Hubble Space Telescope make for some unique window shades in this scene photographed from the flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis. Just below the "shaded" pair of windows are panels of displays and controls very instrumental in the success of the work being done on the giant observatory.

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    S125-E-007613 (15 May 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Good, mission specialist, is positioned on the end of the Canadian-built remote manipulator system arm to do a servicing task on the Hubble Space Telescope, locked down in Atlantis' cargo bay. The scenewas photographed during the second of five scheduled space walks to be performed in a five-day period by teh STS-125 crew members.

  • STS-125 Pilot Gregory C. Johnson› View High-res
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    S125-E-007729 (15 May 2009) --- Astronaut Gregory C. Johnson, STS-125 pilot, scribbles a note on Atlantis' flight deck while two of his crewmates perform a space walk to work on the Hubble Space Telescope.

  • STS-125 Mission Specialist Michael Good› View High-res
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    S125-E-007803 (15 May 2009) --- Judging by his countenance, astronaut Michael Good onboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis is enjoying his first experience not only in space but in participating in a very important space walk, as well. The mission specialist is lacking the gloves, helmet and outer torso part of the extravehicular mobility unit space suit, but he is wearing the pants portion. Astronauts Good and Mike Massimino successfully completed the second of five scheduled sessions of extravehicular activity for this crew.

  • Pacific Ocean off the coast of Baja California, Mexico.› View High-res
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    S125-E-007774 (15 May 2009) --- One of the crewmembers aboard the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis snapped this photo of heavy cloud cover over the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Baja California, Mexico.

  • STS-125 Mission Specialist John Grunsfeld› View High-res
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    S125-E-007789 (15 May 2009) --- Astronaut John Grunsfeld signals "thumbs up" to indicate two of his crewmates coming inside from a lengthy space walk are "home." Grunsfeld had just opened the hatch that leads from the mid deck to the airlock. Completing this day's session of extravehicular activity and in the airlock when this photo was made were astronauts Mike Massimino and Michael Good.

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    S125-E-007587 (15 May 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Good, STS-125 mission specialist, peers through a window toward Atlantis' crew cabin interior, where his shirt-sleeved support team members busy themselves to aid the flight's second of five sessions of extravehicular activity to perform work on the Hubble Space Telescope. Astronaut Mike Massimino can be seen in the background at work on the port side of the shuttle's cargo bay.

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    S125-E-007727 (15 May 2009) --- Astronaut Megan McArthur, STS-125 mission specialist, focuses on chores in support of the Atlantis' second session of extravehicular activity from the aft side of the crew cabin, where controls for the remote manipulator system arm, among other important elements, are located. Equipped with TV monitors and direct vision capabilities, via this vantage point she also can maintain visual contact with the two space walkers as they perform work on the Hubble Space Telescope, locked down in the shuttle's cargo bay.

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    S125-E-007736 (15 May 2009) --- Astronaut Megan McArthur, STS-125 mission specialist, is positioned to provide heavy support for Atlantis' second session of extravehicular activity from the aft side of the crew cabin, where controls for the remote manipulator system arm, among other important elements, are located. Via this vantage point she also can maintain visual contact with the two space walkers as they perform work on the Hubble Space Telescope, locked down in the shuttle's cargo bay.