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    S133-E-011202 (7 March 2011) --- Backdropped against clouds over Earth, the International Space Station is seen from Discovery as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7 after an aggregate of 12 astronauts and cosmonauts worked together for over a week. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew members aboard the two spacecraft collected a series of photos of each other's vehicle. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-011193(7 March 2011) --- Backdropped against clouds over Earth, the International Space Station is seen from Discovery as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7 after an aggregate of 12 astronauts and cosmonauts worked together for over a week. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew members aboard the two spacecraft collected a series of photos of each other's vehicle. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-011181 (7 March 2011) --- Backdropped against clouds over Earth, the International Space Station is seen from Discovery as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7 after an aggregate of 12 astronauts and cosmonauts worked together for over a week. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew members aboard the two spacecraft collected a series of photos of each other's vehicle. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-011175 (7 March 2011) --- Backdropped against clouds over Earth, the International Space Station is seen from Discovery as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7 after an aggregate of 12 astronauts and cosmonauts worked together for over a week. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew members aboard the two spacecraft collected a series of photos of each other's vehicle. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-011159 (7 March 2011) --- Backdropped against clouds over Earth, the International Space Station is seen from Discovery as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7 after an aggregate of 12 astronauts and cosmonauts worked together for over a week. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew members aboard the two spacecraft collected a series of photos of each other's vehicle. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-011155(7 March 2011) --- Backdropped against clouds over Earth, the International Space Station is seen from Discovery as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7 after an aggregate of 12 astronauts and cosmonauts worked together for over a week. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew members aboard the two spacecraft collected a series of photos of each other�s vehicle. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-011144 (7 March 2011) --- Backdropped against the blackness of spaec and clouds over Earth, the International Space Station is seen from Discovery as the two orbital spacecraft accomplish their relative separation on March 7 after an aggregate of 12 astronauts and cosmonauts worked together for over a week. During a post undocking fly-around, the crew members aboard the two spacecraft collected a series of photos of each other�s vehicle. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-010345 (7 March 2011) --- NASA astronaut Steve Lindsey, STS-133 commander, reads a procedures checklist on the flight deck of space shuttle Discovery during flight day 12 activities. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-010350 (7 March 2011) --- The International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-133 crew member on space shuttle Discovery after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking relative separation. Undocking of the two spacecraft occurred at 7 a.m. (EST) on March 7, 2011. Discovery spent eight days, 16 hours, and 46 minutes attached to the orbiting laboratory. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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    S133-E-010379 (7 March 2011) --- The International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-133 crew member on space shuttle Discovery after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking relative separation. Undocking of the two spacecraft occurred at 7 a.m. (EST) on March 7, 2011. Discovery spent eight days, 16 hours, and 46 minutes attached to the orbiting laboratory. Photo credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration