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  • Astronauts Karen Nyberg and Akihiko Hoshide› View High-res
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    S124-E-006058 (3 June 2008) --- Astronaut Karen Nyberg and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, both STS-124 mission specialists, work the controls of the International Space Station's robotic Canadarm2 in the Destiny laboratory to maneuver the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module (JPM) to the port side of the Harmony node.

  • Astronaus Karen Nyberg and Akihiko Hoshide› View High-res
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    S124-E-006061 (3 June 2008) --- Astronaut Karen Nyberg and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Akihiko Hoshide (partially obscured), both STS-124 mission specialists, work the controls of the International Space Station's robotic Canadarm2 in the Destiny laboratory to maneuver the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module (JPM) to the port side of the Harmony node.

  • Astronaut Ron Garan› View High-res
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    S124-E-006035 (3 June 2008) --- Astronaut Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 48-minute spacewalk, Garan and astronaut Mike Fossum (out of frame), mission specialist, loosened restraints holding the Orbiter Boom Sensor System in its temporary stowage location on the space station's starboard truss, prepared the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module for its installation to the space station, demonstrated cleaning techniques for the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint's (SARJ) race ring, and installed a replacement SARJ Trundle Bearing Assembly.

  • Astronaut Ron Garan› View High-res
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    S124-E-006036 (3 June 2008) --- Astronaut Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 48-minute spacewalk, Garan and astronaut Mike Fossum (out of frame), mission specialist, loosened restraints holding the Orbiter Boom Sensor System in its temporary stowage location on the space station's starboard truss, prepared the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module for its installation to the space station, demonstrated cleaning techniques for the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint's (SARJ) race ring, and installed a replacement SARJ Trundle Bearing Assembly.

  • Astronaut Ron Garan› View High-res
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    S124-E-006038 (3 June 2008) --- Astronaut Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 48-minute spacewalk, Garan and astronaut Mike Fossum (out of frame), mission specialist, loosened restraints holding the Orbiter Boom Sensor System in its temporary stowage location on the space station's starboard truss, prepared the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module for its installation to the space station, demonstrated cleaning techniques for the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint's (SARJ) race ring, and installed a replacement SARJ Trundle Bearing Assembly.

  • Astronaut Ron Garan› View High-res
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    S124-E-006073 (3 June 2008) --- Astronaut Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 48-minute spacewalk, Garan and astronaut Mike Fossum (out of frame), mission specialist, loosened restraints holding the Orbiter Boom Sensor System in its temporary stowage location on the space station's starboard truss, prepared the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module for its installation to the space station, demonstrated cleaning techniques for the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint's (SARJ) race ring, and installed a replacement SARJ Trundle Bearing Assembly.

  • The Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module› View High-res
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    S124-E-006127 (3 June 2008) --- In the grasp of the station's robotic Canadarm2, the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module (JPM) is moved from its stowage position in Space Shuttle Discovery's (STS-124) payload bay to the port side of the Harmony node of the International Space Station.

  • Various components of the International Space Station› View High-res
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    S124-E-006292 (3 June 2008) --- Backdropped by Earth's horizon and the blackness of space, various components of the International Space Station are featured in this image photographed by a STS-124 crewmember during the mission's first scheduled spacewalk while Space Shuttle Discovery is docked with the station. The Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module (JPM) is visible in the foreground.

  • Astronaut Ron Garan› View High-res
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    ISS017-E-008746 (3 June 2008) --- Astronaut Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist, participates in the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. During the six-hour, 48-minute spacewalk, Garan and astronaut Mike Fossum (out of frame), mission specialist, loosened restraints holding the Orbiter Boom Sensor System in its temporary stowage location on the space station's starboard truss, prepared the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module for its installation to the space station, demonstrated cleaning techniques for the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint's (SARJ) race ring, and installed a replacement SARJ Trundle Bearing Assembly.

  • Astronaut Mike Fossum› View High-res
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    ISS017-E-008750 (3 June 2008) --- Astronaut Mike Fossum, STS-124 mission specialist, uses a digital camera to expose a photo of his helmet visor during the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. Also visible in the reflections in the visor are various components of the station and astronaut Ron Garan, mission specialist. During the six-hour, 48-minute spacewalk, Fossum and Garan loosened restraints holding the Orbiter Boom Sensor System in its temporary stowage location on the space station's starboard truss, prepared the Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module for its installation to the space station, demonstrated cleaning techniques for the Solar Alpha Rotary Joint's (SARJ) race ring, and installed a replacement SARJ Trundle Bearing Assembly.