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    S132-E-008033 (16 May 2010) --- NASA astronaut Ken Ham, STS-132 commander, floats into the Columbus laboratory of the International Space Station while space shuttle Atlantis remains docked with the station.

  • Michael Good› View High-res
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    S132-E-008034 (16 May 2010) --- NASA astronaut Michael Good, STS-132 mission specialist, floats freely in the Columbus laboratory of the International Space Station while space shuttle Atlantis remains docked with the station.

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    S132-E-008037 (16 May 2010) --- NASA astronaut T.J. Creamer, Expedition 23 flight engineer, is pictured in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while space shuttle Atlantis (STS-132) remains docked with the station.

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    ISS023-E-044479 (16 May 2010) ---- Backdropped against the Andes Mountains near the border of Argentina and Chile, the space shuttle Atlantis is shown making its relative approach to the International Space Station, from which this photo was taken. Center point coordinates are 34.2 south latitude and 69.5 degrees west longitude. Laguna del Diamante is the lagoon seen in the lower left of the photo. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    ISS023-E-044476 (16 May 2010) --- Backdropped against the Andes Mountains near the border of Argentina and Chile, the space shuttle Atlantis is shown making its relative approach to the International Space Station, from which this photo was taken. Center point coordinates of the pictured area are 34.6 degrees south latitude and 69.9 degrees west longitude. Rio Atuel is in the river valley in the lower right of the photo and the Atuel Caldera is near the center of the image by the port payload bay door. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    ISS023-E-044611 (16 May 2010) --- Flying above the Atlantic coast of Spain and the Gulf of Cadiz, the space shuttle Atlantis is shown making its relative approach to the International Space Station, from which this photo was taken. The tip of a Russian spacecraft, temporarily docked to the orbital outpost can be seen at top center. The coast includes the city of Ayamonte (left of image as photographed), past Huelva (under Atlantis), past the sand dunes, the Rio Guadalquivir, to the city of Rota. Center point coordinates of the area pictured in the image are 37.3 degrees north latitude and 6.7 degrees west longitude. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    ISS023-E-044528 (16 May 2010) --- Flying above coastal dunes along the Brazilian coast, the space shuttle Atlantis is shown making its relative approach to the International Space Station, from which this photo was taken. The city of Rutoia is close to the bay near the center of the image and the sandy meanders of the Rio Parnaiba. Center point coordinates of the image are 2.9 degrees south latitude and 42.2 degrees west longitude. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

  • Expedition 23 and STS-132 crew members› View High-res
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    ISS023-E-041799 (16 May 2010) --- Soon after initial hatch opening, four STS-132 crew members and Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov (left), Expedition 23 commander, are pictured in the Kibo laboratory of the International Space Station. Pictured (front to back) are NASA astronauts Michael Good, mission specialist; Tony Antonelli, pilot; Steve Bowen and Piers Sellers, both mission specialists.

  • Expedition 23 Commander Oleg Kotov and Flight Engineer Tracy Caldwell Dyson› View High-res
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    ISS023-E-041804 (16 May 2010) --- Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kotov, Expedition 23 commander; and NASA astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson, flight engineer, are pictured near fresh fruit and vegetables floating freely in the Unity node of the International Space Station while space shuttle Atlantis (STS-132) remains docked with the station.

  • Expedition 23 Flight Engineer T.J. Creamer› View High-res
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    ISS023-E-041808 (16 May 2010) --- NASA astronaut T.J. Creamer, Expedition 23 flight engineer, is pictured near fresh vegetables floating freely in the Unity node of the International Space Station while space shuttle Atlantis (STS-132) remains docked with the station.