STS-135 Flight Day 10 Gallery

  • Four members of the joint STS-135/Expedition 28 crews› View High-res
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    ISS028-E-017535 (17 July 2011) -- Four members of the joint STS-135/Expedition 28 crews are able to spend part of their last shared time onboard the International Space Station performing floating exercises that can't be done in Earth's gravity. Inside the Harmony Node 2 module, are NASA astronauts Mike Fossum (top), Expedition 28 flight engineer, and Doug Hurley, STS-135 pilot; and Ron Garan, Expedition 28 flight engineer. The crew member at bottom is partially obscured and is unidentified.

  • Space shuttle Atlantis' port side wing› View High-res
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    ISS028-E-017393 (17 July 2011) --- This is one of a series of photographs recorded from the International Space Station showing the docked space shuttle Atlantis' port side wing backdropped against the blackness of space. At the bottom of the frame can be seen airglow over Earth, intermingled with auroral activity.A solar wing connected to the station and part of the Orbiter Boom Sensor System are on the left side of the frame.

  • Ron Garan and Sandy Magnus› View High-res
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    ISS028-E-017365 (17 July 2011) --- NASA astronauts Ron Garan, Expedition 28 flight engineer, and Sandy Magnus, STS-135 mission specialist, work with a pulled rack in the U.S. lab or Destiny aboard the International Space Station.

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    ISS028-E-017363 (17 July 2011) --- NASA astronaut Ron Garan, Expedition 28 flight engineer, works with a pulled rack in the U.S. lab or Destinty aboard the Internatinal Space Station.

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    ISS028-E-017361 (17 July 2011) --- NASA astronaut Ron Garan, Expedition 28 flight engineer, works with a pulled rack in the U.S. lab or Destinty aboard the International Space Station.

  • Space shuttle Atlantis' port side› View High-res
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    ISS028-E-017253 (17 July 2011) --- This is one of a series of photographs recorded from the International Space Station showing the docked space shuttle Atlantis' port side backdropped against the blackness of space. Part of the Orbiter Boom Sensor System, connected to the remote manipulator system or robot arm, is at frame center. At the very bottom of the frame can be seen a faint line, representing airglow over Earth.

  • Chris Ferguson› View High-res
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    S135-E-008850 (17 July 2011) --- This image shows NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson, STS-135 commander, in the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module. The photo serves as the "after" shot following a great amount of work by joint crews from Atlantis and the International Space Station to transfer supplies to and from the two spacecraft. Approximately a week earlier Ferguson posed for the "before" version. Photo credit: NASA

  • Sandy Magnus› View High-res
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    S135-E-008963 (17 July 2011) --- With transfer chores wrapped up, NASA astronaut Sandy Magnus, STS-135 mission specialist, is pictured on the middeck of Atlantis less than 24 hours before the shuttle was scheduled to undock from the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA

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    S135-E-008870 (17 July 2011) --- This image shows NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson, STS-135 commander, in the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module. The photo serves as the "after" shot following a great amount of work by joint crews from Atlantis and the International Space Station to transfer supplies to and from the two spacecraft. Approximately a week earlier Ferguson posed for the "before" version. Photo credit: NASA

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    S135-E-008901 (17 July 2011) --- With transfer chores wrapped up, NASA astronaut Sandy Magnus, STS-135 mission specialist, is pictured on the middeck of Atlantis less than 24 hours before the shuttle was scheduled to undock from the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA