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Discovery Crew Returns!

07.21.05

Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



Mission Commander Eileen Collins talks to the media. Seen in the photo are (from left) Mission Specialist Andrew Thomas, Pilot James Kelly, Mission Specialist Soichi Noguchi, Collins, and Mission Specialists Charles Camarda, Wendy Lawrence and Stephen Robinson. Collins states that since the scrub on July 13, the crew has focused on the on-orbit part of the mission and training for night landings using the Shuttle Training Aircraft. She praised the engineers and technicians who have been troubleshooting the elusive sensor problem and thanked them. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)


Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



On NASA Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility, Mission Commander Eileen Collins talks to the media. Seen in the photo are (from left) Mission Specialists Charles Camarda, Wendy Lawrence and Stephen Robinson. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)

Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



Mission Specialist Andrew Thomas arrives at NASA Kennedy Space Center to get ready for a second launch attempt aboard Space Shuttle Discovery. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)

Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



Center Director Jim Kennedy (right) greets STS-114 Mission Commander Eileen Collins after her arrival at NASA Kennedy Space Center aboard a T-38 jet aircraft. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)

Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



Center Director Jim Kennedy (right) greets STS-114 Mission Specialist Soichi Noguchi after his landing at NASA Kennedy Space Center. Behind Noguchi and Kennedy is astronaut Jerry Ross, who serves as chief of the Vehicle Integration Test Office at Johnson Space Center in Houston. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)

Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



The Return to Flight STS-114 crew arrives in T-38 training jets. Seen in the photo are Mission Commander Eileen Collins and astronaut Jerry Ross. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)

Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



Mission Specialist Charles Camarda arrives at NASA Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility Center in T-38 training jets to get ready for a second launch attempt aboard Space Shuttle Discovery. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)

Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



STS-114 crew member Pilot James Kelly arrives at NASA Kennedy Space Center in T-38 training jets to get ready for a second launch attempt aboard Space Shuttle Discovery. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)

Discovery crew returns to Kennedy Space Center, Fla. + Large Image (3008 x 1993, 300 ppi)
+ Medium Image (720 x 478, 72 ppi)
+ Small Image (360 x 239, 72 ppi)



Mission Specialist Stephen Robinson, still in the T-38 jet crew arrives at NASA Kennedy Space Center. STS-114 is scheduled to launch July 26 at 10:39 a.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39B. (Image Credit NASA/KSC)

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