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Flight Day 4 Highlights

07.30.05

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Mission Specialist Soichi Noguchi + View high-resolution photo (1.8 Mb)
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With somewhat of a tongue in cheek frame of mind, Japanese Aerospace Agency astronaut Soichi Noguchi dons a hard hat aboard the International Space Station. Astronauts James Kelly and Wendy Lawrence, STS-114 pilot and mission specialist, respectively, check out work stations, from which they will engineer the movement of Raffaello. (Image Credit: NASA)

Mission Specialist Steve Robinson + View High-resolution photo (1.5 Mb)
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Less than 24 hours away from performing a spacewalk, when he will be exchanging this gag hardhat for the helmet portion of a spacesuit, astronaut Steve Robinson shares some light humor with his fellow crewmembers. (Image Credit: NASA)

Pilot Jim Kelly, left, and Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence + View High-resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
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Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence and Pilot Jim Kelly prepare to take control of the Space Station's robotic arm to move the Raffaello Multi-Purpose Logistics Module from Discovery's payload bay and attach it to the Station's Unity Node. (Image Credit: NASA)

The Space Shuttle Discovery, RMS arm, the  Space Station RMS, the OBSS, and a Soyuz vehicle + High resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
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This scene, photographed from the International Space Station while docked with Space Shuttle Discovery, shows the orbiter, the orbiter's robotic arm, the Space Station Canadarm2 robotic arm, the Orbiter Boom and Sensor System and a Soyuz vehicle docked with the orbital outpost. (Image Credit: NASA)

Image of the cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Discovery taken from the ISS + High resolution photo (1.6 Mb)
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A "fish-eye" lens on a digital still camera was used to record this image of the Space Shuttle Discovery from the International Space Station, to which it is docked for several days of joint activities. (Image Credit: NASA)

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