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Flight Day 10 Highlights

08.06.05

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Commander Eileen Collins and Mission Specialist Charlie Camarda + High resolution photo (1.2 Mb)
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STS-114 Commander Eileen Collins, left, works out on the bicycle ergometer on Space Shuttle Discovery's middeck. Mission Specialist Charlie Camarda works nearby. (Image credit: NASA)

JAXA Astronaut, Mission Specialist Soichi Noguchi + High resolution photo (1.8 Mb)
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STS-114 Mission Specialist Soichi Noguchi, an astronaut representing Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, floats in the International Space Station's Destiny laboratory. (Image credit: NASA)

Mission Specialists Steve Robinson and Wendy Lawrence + High resolution photo (1.8 Mb)
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Astronaut Steve Robinson (left) floats through the Zvezda module of the International Space Station as fellow Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence looks through a window at the Earth below. (Image credit: NASA)

Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence + High resolution photo (930 Kb)
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Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence, chief of transfer operations for STS-114, refers to an inventory checklist. (Image credit: NASA)

Mission Specialists Andy Thomas, left, and Charlie Camarda + High resolution photo (1.8 Mb)
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STS-114 Mission Specialists Andy Thomas, left, and Charlie Camarda test a procedure for repairing a Reinforced Carbon-Carbon structure. Thomas video-documents the activity as Camarda applies a mechanical plug to the test material. (Image credit: NASA)

Bill Parsons talks about Discovery's current mission with William Readdy + High resolution photo (1.1 Mb)
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Bill Parsons, left, manager of the Space Shuttle Program, talks about Discovery's current mission with William Readdy, associate administrator for the Office of Spaceflight, NASA Headquarters, Washington, D.C., during the Aug. 4 session of the Mission Management Team in Houston. The team discussed the potential of a fourth spacewalk for the mission and decided in the end to forego it, feeling the Shuttle is safe to return to Earth. The team meets daily in Houston during the mission. (Image Credit: NASA)

A well-equipped conference room provides support for the important discussions in the MMT meetings + High resolution photo (1.2 Mb)
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A well-equipped conference room provides support for the important discussions in the Mission Management Team meetings. In this meeting, the team was discussing the possibility of a fourth spacewalk. In the end, the team decided to forego it. (Image Credit: NASA)

John Muratore discusses a key STS-114 issue during the Mission Management Team session on the afternoon of August 4 + High resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
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John Muratore, manager of the Space Shuttle Systems Engineering and Integration Office, discusses a key STS-114 issue during the Mission Management Team session on the afternoon of August 4. The team meets daily in Houston during the mission. (Image Credit: NASA)

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