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    S124-E-006934 (6 June 2008) --- Astronaut Ken Ham, STS-124 pilot, works in the newly installed Kibo Japanese Pressurized Module while Space Shuttle Discovery is docked with the station.

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    S124-E-006729 (6 June 2008) --- One of a series of digital still images documenting the Japanese Experiment Module, or JEM, also called Kibo, in its new home on the International Space Station, this view depicts Kibo's exterior, backdropped by solar array panels for the orbital outpost.

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    S124-E-006734 (6 June 2008) --- One of a series of digital still images documenting the Japanese Experiment Module, or JEM, also called Kibo, in its new home on the International Space Station, this view depicts Kibo's exterior, backdropped by solar array panels for the orbital outpost and one of its trusses.

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    S124-E-006735 (6 June 2008) --- One of a series of digital still images documenting the Japanese Experiment Module, or JEM, also called Kibo, in its new home on the International Space Station, this view depicts Kibo's exterior, backdropped by solar array panels for the orbital outpost and one of its trusses.

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    S124-E-006862 (6 June 2008) --- One of a series of digital still images documenting the Japanese Experiment Module, or JEM, also called Kibo, in its new home on the International Space Station, this view depicts Kibo's exterior in the distance, joined in the frame by some not so permanent hardware. The pictured components include the visiting Space Shuttle Discovery and a Russian Progress resupply vehicle.

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    S124-E-006865 (6 June 2008) --- One of a series of digital still images documenting the Japanese Experiment Module, or JEM, also called Kibo, in its new home on the International Space Station, this view features Kibo's exterior, Earth's horizon and a couple of "visiting"spacecraft. The Space Shuttle Discovery and a Russian Progress resupply craft are seen near foreground.

  • Cosmonauts Sergei Volkov and Oleg Kononenko host the STS-124 crew› View High-res
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    S124-E-006648 (6 June 2008) --- Cosmonauts Sergei Volkov (right), Expedition 17 commander, and Oleg Kononenko, flight engineer, are pictured in the Zvezda service module while hosting the STS-124 Discovery crew for a meal time which afforded some rare leisure time for both crews.

  • Astronauts Karen Nyberg and Mike Fossum› View High-res
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    S124-E-06650 (6 June 2008) --- Astronauts Karen Nyberg and Mike Fossum, both STS-124 mission specialists, share one of the few moments of leisure afforded to the Discovery and space station crewmembers aboard the International Space Station. In the background, from the left, are JAXA astronaut Akihiko Hoshide, along with astronaut Garrett Reisman (partially obscured), both mission specialists, and cosmonaut Sergei Volkov (partially out of frame), Expedition 17 commander.

  • Shuttle and station crew members› View High-res
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    S124-E-006667 (6 June 2008) -- Eight of ten astronauts and cosmonauts currently sharing work on the International Space Station share a mealtime on the Zvezda service module. Holding beverage or food packets and partially out of frame on each side of the scene are astronauts Garrett Reisman (left edge) and Ken Ham (right edge), mission specialist and pilot, respectively, for the STS-124 mission. Others, from the left are cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko, Expedition 17 flight engineer; Sergei Volkov, Expedition 17 commander; along with astronauts Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist; Mike Fossum, mission specialist;Mark Kelly, commander; Karen Nyberg, mission specialist; and Ken Ham, pilot. Not pictured are astronauts Greg Chamitoff, the new Expedition flight engineer, and Akihiko Hoshide, mission specialist representing JAXA.

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    S124-E-006671 (6 June 2008) -- Nine of ten astronauts and cosmonauts currently sharing work on the International Space Station squeeze into an informal group portrait during mealtimeon the Zvezda service module. Astronaut Mike Fossum, STS-124 mission specialist, is in center foregound. Pictured clockwise from his position are astronauts Mark Kelly, shuttle commander;Akihiko Hoshide, mission specialist; Karen Nyberg, mission specialist; Ken Ham, pilot; and Greg Chamitoff, Expedition 17 flight engineer; along with cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko, station flight engineer; and Sergei Volkov, station commander; and astronaut Garrett Reisman, STS-124 mission specialist. Not pictured is astronaut Ron Garan, STS-124 mission specialist.