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  • Megan McArthur and Gregory C. Johnson (partially out of frame)› View High-res
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    S125-E-011888 (19 May 2009) --- Astronaut Megan McArthur, STS-125 mission specialist, looks through a window on the aft flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis during flight day nine activities. Astronaut Gregory C. Johnson (partially out of frame), STS-125 pilot, is at left.

  • Megan McArthur and Gregory C. Johnson (partially out of frame)› View High-res
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    S125-E-011889 (19 May 2009) --- Astronaut Megan McArthur, STS-125 mission specialist, is pictured on the aft flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis during flight day nine activities. Astronaut Gregory C. Johnson (partially out of frame), STS-125 pilot, is at left.

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    S125-E-011893 (19 May 2009) --- Astronaut Scott Altman, STS-125 commander, is pictured on the aft flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis during flight day nine activities. A portion of the Hubble Space Telescope and Earth's horizon are visible through the overhead windows.

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    S125-E-011899 (19 May 2009) --- Astronaut Gregory C. Johnson, STS-125 pilot, is pictured on the aft flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis during flight day nine activities. A portion of the Hubble Space Telescope and Earth's horizon are visible through the overhead windows.

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    S125-E-011919 (19 May 2009) --- Astronaut John Grunsfeld, STS-125 mission specialist, uses a still camera at an overhead window on the aft flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis to photograph the Hubble Space Telescope after its release from Atlantis' remote manipulator system (RMS) robotic arm.

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    S125-E-011921 (19 May 2009) --- Astronaut Michael Good, STS-125 mission specialist, uses a still camera at an overhead window on the aft flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis to photograph the Hubble Space Telescope after its release from Atlantis' remote manipulator system (RMS) robotic arm.

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    S125-E-012031 (19 May 2009) --- An STS-125 crewmember aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis captured this still image of the Hubble Space Telescope as the two spacecraft continue their relative separation on May 19, after having been linked together for the better part of a week. During the week five spacewalks were performed to complete the final servicing mission for the orbital observatory. The crew deployed the giant telescope at 7:57 a.m. (CDT).

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    S125-E-012033 (19 May 2009) --- An STS-125 crewmember aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis captured this still image of the Hubble Space Telescope as the two spacecraft continue their relative separation on May 19, after having been linked together for the better part of a week. During the week five spacewalks were performed to complete the final servicing mission for the orbital observatory. The crew deployed the giant telescope at 7:57 a.m. (CDT).

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    S125-E-012036 (19 May 2009) --- An STS-125 crewmember aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis captured this still image of the Hubble Space Telescope as the two spacecraft continue their relative separation on May 19, after having been linked together for the better part of a week. During the week five spacewalks were performed to complete the final servicing mission for the orbital observatory. The crew deployed the giant telescope at 7:57 a.m. (CDT).

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    S125-E-012050 (19 May 2009) --- An STS-125 crewmember aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis captured this still image of the Hubble Space Telescope as the two spacecraft continue their relative separation on May 19, after having been linked together for the better part of a week. During the week five spacewalks were performed to complete the final servicing mission for the orbital observatory. The crew deployed the giant telescope at 7:57 a.m. (CDT).