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Return to Flight Top 35 Images

08.19.05

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Photo of Space Shuttle Discovery as taken from ISS + High resolution photo (0.9 Mb)
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One of a series of photographs showing the Space Shuttle Discovery as taken from aboard the International Space Station during rendezvous and docking operations. The Italian-built Raffaello Multi-Purpose Logistics Module is visible in the Shuttle’s cargo bay. (Image Credit: NASA)

Space Shuttle Discovery photographed from ISS + High resolution photo (0.8 Mb)
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Backdropped by the blackness of space, the Space Shuttle Discovery was photographed by an Expedition 11 crewmember aboard the International Space Station during rendezvous and docking operations. (Image Credit: NASA)

Underside view of the Space Shuttle Discovery + High resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
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This underside view of the Space Shuttle Discovery was photographed by cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 11 commander, and astronaut John L. Phillips, NASA Space Station science officer and flight engineer, as Discovery approached the International Space Station. (Image Credit: NASA)

Space Shuttle Discovery as it approaches the ISS + High resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
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Space Shuttle Discovery was about 600 feet from the International Space Station when cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 11 commander, and astronaut John L. Phillips, NASA Space Station science officer and flight engineer, photographed the spacecraft as it performed a backflip to allow photography of its heat shield. (Image Credit: NASA)

A new Control Moment Gyroscope(CMG) sits in its cradle + High resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
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A new Control Moment Gyroscope sits in its cradle in the payload bay of the Space Shuttle Discovery prior to its installation on the International Space Station. (Image Credit: NASA)

A line of thunderstorms form the backdrop for this view of Discovery's RMS robotic arm + High resolution photo (1.4 Mb)
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A line of thunderstorms form the backdrop for this view of the extended Space Shuttle Discovery’s remote manipulator system robotic arm while docked to the International Space Station during the STS-114 mission. (Image Credit: NASA)

Astronauts James M. Kelly and Wendy B. Lawrence + High resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
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On the early Friday morning agenda for Astronauts James M. Kelly, pilot, and Wendy B. Lawrence, mission specialist, was important robotics duty at the controls of the Canadarm2 in the U.S. Lab, Destiny, on the International Space Station. (Image Credit: NASA)

Astronauts Eileen Collins, Stephen Robinson, and James M. Kelly + High resolution photo (1.5 Mb)
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Among the first group of images downlinked from the Space Shuttle Discovery is this image showing astronaut Eileen M. Collins, STS-114 commander, flanked by astronauts Stephen K. Robinson (left), mission specialist, and James M. Kelly, pilot. (Image Credit: NASA)

A rare scene of relaxation onboard the International Space Station + High resolution photo (1.5 Mb)
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This is a rare scene of relaxation onboard the International Space Station as compared to the expected norm over the next several days when these astronauts and cosmonauts will be working jointly to perform a variegated lists of tasks. (Image Credit: NASA)

The International Space Station + High resolution photo (1.6 Mb)
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Backdropped by the blackness of space, the International Space Station was photographed by an STS-114 crewmember aboard Space Shuttle Discovery during rendezvous and docking operations. Discovery docked with the Station at 7:18 a.m. EDT on Thursday July 28, 2005. (Image Credit: NASA)

The International Space Station + High resolution photo (1.3 Mb)
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This image of the International Space Station easing toward the Space Shuttle Discovery was photographed by one of the STS-114 astronauts in the orbiter's crew cabin. (Image Credit: NASA)

Astronaut Soichi Noguchi participates in the mission’s first EVA + High resolution photo (1.7 Mb)
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Astronaut Soichi Noguchi, STS-114 mission specialist representing Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, participates in the mission’s first scheduled session of extravehicular activity. (Image Credit: NASA)

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