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  • Astronauts Chris Ferguson, Rex Walheim and Sandy Magnus› View High-res
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    JSC2011-E-043699 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson (left), STS-135 commander; along with astronauts Rex Walheim and Sandy Magnus, both mission specialists, participate in an ingress/egress timeline training session in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA

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    JSC2011-E-043701 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronaut Doug Hurley, STS-135 pilot, participates in an ingress/egress timeline training session in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA

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    JSC2011-E-043705 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson, STS-135 commander; Doug Hurley, pilot; Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim, both mission specialists; along with crew instructors are pictured during an ingress/egress timeline training session in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA

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    JSC2011-E-043869 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronauts Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim, both STS-135 mission specialists, participate in an EVA Thermal Protection System (TPS) overview training session in the TPS/Precision Air Bearing Facility in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. A model of a space shuttle is in the foreground. Photo credit: NASA

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    JSC2011-E-043872 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronauts Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim, both STS-135 mission specialists, participate in an EVA Thermal Protection System (TPS) overview training session in the TPS/Precision Air Bearing Facility in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. A crew instructor (right) assisted Magnus and Walheim. Photo credit: NASA

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    JSC2011-E-043875 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronaut Rex Walheim, STS-135 mission specialist, participates in an EVA Thermal Protection System (TPS) overview training session in the TPS/Precision Air Bearing Facility in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA

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    JSC2011-E-043876 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronauts Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim (mostly out of frame at right), both STS-135 mission specialists, participate in an EVA Thermal Protection System (TPS) overview training session in the TPS/Precision Air Bearing Facility in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA

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    JSC2011-E-043877 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronauts Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim, both STS-135 mission specialists, participate in an EVA Thermal Protection System (TPS) overview training session in the TPS/ Precision Air Bearing Facility in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA

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    JSC2011-E-043878 (29 April 2011) --- NASA astronauts Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim, both STS-135 mission specialists, participate in an EVA Thermal Protection System (TPS) overview training session in the TPS/ Precision Air Bearing Facility in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA

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    201105310010hq (31 May 2011) --- Space shuttle Atlantis (STS-135) is seen atop the Mobile Launch Platform (MLP) as it begins its journey from High Bay 3 in the Vehicle Assembly Building to Launch Pad 39A for its final flight on May 31, 2011, at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. The 3.4-mile trek, known as "rollout," will take about seven hours to complete. Atlantis will carry the Raffaello multipurpose logistics module to deliver supplies, logistics and spare parts to the International Space Station. The launch of STS-135 is targeted for July 8. Photo credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls