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  • Naoko Yamazaki and Stephanie Wilson (partially obscured)› View High-res
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    ISS023-E-023931 (15 April 2010) --- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Naoko Yamazaki and NASA astronaut Stephanie Wilson (partially obscured), both STS-131 mission specialists, work at a robotic workstation in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while space shuttle Discovery remains docked with the station.

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    ISS023-E-023942 (15 April 2010) --- NASA astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson, Expedition 23 flight engineer, works with stowage containers in the Columbus laboratory of the International Space Station while space shuttle Discovery remains docked with the station.

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    ISS023-E-023943 (15 April 2010) --- NASA astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson, Expedition 23 flight engineer, works with stowage containers in the Columbus laboratory of the International Space Station while space shuttle Discovery remains docked with the station.

  • James P. Dutton Jr.› View High-res
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    ISS023-E-023950 (15 April 2010) --- NASA astronaut James P. Dutton Jr., STS-131 pilot, uses a computer in the Harmony node of the International Space Station while space shuttle Discovery remains docked with the station.

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    S131-E-010300 (15 April 2010) --- NASA astronaut James P. Dutton Jr., STS-131 pilot, poses for a photo near the windows in the Cupola of the International Space Station while space shuttle Discovery (visible through the windows) remains docked with the station.

  • Clayton Anderson (bottom), Rick Mastracchio, Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger (background) and Naoko Yamazaki› View High-res
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    S131-E-010307 (15 April 2010) --- NASA astronauts Clayton Anderson (bottom), Rick Mastracchio and Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger (background); along with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Naoko Yamazaki, all STS-131 mission specialists, work in the Harmony node of the International Space Station while space shuttle Discovery remains docked with the station.

  • Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module is placed back in space shuttle Discovery's payload bay› View High-res
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    S131-E-010338 (16 April 2010) --- In the grasp of the International Space Station's Canadarm2 robotic arm, the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module is placed back in space shuttle Discovery's payload bay. NASA astronaut Stephanie Wilson and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Naoko Yamazaki, both STS-131 mission specialists, were at the controls of the robotic arm in the Destiny laboratory. They grappled Leonardo and removed it from the Harmony node and placed it inside the shuttle's payload bay for the return home.