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STS098-353-0006 (7-20 February 2001) --- The Expedition One crew enjoys a snack on the ward room table of the Zvezda service module onboard the International Space Station (ISS). The photograph was taken by one of the visiting STS-98 crew members.
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STS098-351-0013 (7-20 February 2001) --- Astronaut Marsha S. Ivins, mission specialist, spent a great deal of time on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis during space walks and other important activities of the STS-98/5A mission.
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STS098-335-0028 (7-20 February 2001) --- From the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, astronaut Marsha S. Ivins, STS-98 mission specialist, looks through an overhead window toward her space walking colleagues, who exposed this 35mm frame. Also visible in the window are astronauts Kenneth D. Cockrell and Mark L. Polansky, commander and pilot for the STS-98/5A mission.
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STS098-359-0021 (7-20 February 2001) --- Four STS-98 astronauts and the Expedition One commander are pictured in the Unity node aboard the International Space Station (ISS) during one of several days of joint activities. Standing in the foreground are astronauts Kenneth D. Cockrell (left), STS-98 commander; and Robert L. Curbeam, mission specialist. Astronauts Thomas D. Jones and Marsha S. Ivins, both mission specialists, are near center of the frame; and astronaut William M. (Bill) Shepherd, is near the opposite hatch in the background.
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STS098-716-057 (7-20 February 2001) --- Baltimore, Maryland can be identified in this northwest-looking view, photographed with a 70mm handheld camera from the Space Shuttle Atlantis, which shows the western shore of Chesapeake Bay. Numerous drowned river valleys provide excellent natural harbors along the periphery of the bay. Baltimore?s harbor has been developed along one of these drowned valleys, the Patapsco River. With a population of over 2.5 million people, the greater Baltimore urban area is part of the northeastern U.S. Megalopolis that extends from the Boston (MA) area to Richmond (VA). Specific features that can be seen in the image include a short segment of Interstate Highway 95 that connects southwest Baltimore with northeast Washington, D.C.; the intersecting runways of Baltimore-Washington International Airport south of downtown Baltimore; Francis Scott Key Bridge that skirts around the southeast side of Baltimore; the Chesapeake Bay Bridge that spans the bay and connects the Baltimore area with the eastern shore of Maryland; and the central business district of Baltimore where the two arms of the inner harbor terminate. The darker-looking vegetation cover is mixed hardwood forests (notice that many wooded areas are located along streambeds and floodplains of small river valleys), while lighter-looking land parcels in the rural countryside is used for crops or pasturelands.
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STS098-337-0026 (7-20 February 2001) --- Astronaut Thomas D. Jones, mission specialist, is seen with IMAX camera gear in the Zvezda service module of the International Space Station (ISS).
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STS098-382-0014 (7-20 February 2001) City Lights of the Northeastern Seaboard of the U.S. were captured with a 35mm camera by one of the STS-98 astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis. The nighttime scene shows the bright lights of several major cities that span a distance from Connecticut (left middle) to states south of Virginia (right middle). Lights from both very large urban areas as well as smaller towns and cities are visible. The largest cluster of brightness emanates from the greater New York metropolitan area (left center) and then a series of bright spots progress southwesterly to include Philadelphia (PA), Baltimore (MD), Washington (D.C.), Richmond (VA), and finally ending with the Newport News/ Norfolk (VA) lights (top center). Many of the major ground transportation arteries can be seen as radial, linear features that radiate outward from the central business districts of the cities. Even the lights of smaller cities such as Allentown, Reading, Lancaster, York, and Harrisburg (PA) are visible (bottom center).
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STS098-355-0034 (7-20 February 2001) --- Astronaut Robert L. Curbeam, mission specialist, works out on the ergometer device on the mid deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis.
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STS098-365-0034 (7-20 February 2001) --- The crew of the STS-98 mission poses for the traditional inflight portrait on the flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis. From left are astronauts Kenneth D. Cockrell, mission commander; Marsha S. Ivins, mission specialist; Thomas D. Jones, mission specialist; Mark L. Polansky, pilot; and Robert L. Curbeam, mission specialist.
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STS098-346-0032 (7-20 February 2001) --- Cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition One flight engineer representing the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, carries the Vozdukh in the Unity node. Vozdukh is designed to maintain the partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the cabin air within the medically permissible range for long-duration exposure. It provides the primary means of removing CO2 from the outpost's atmosphere, and its operation is based on the use of regenerated adsorbers of CO2.
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STS098-371-0019 (7-20 February 2001) --- The crews of the Space Shuttle Atlantis and International Space Station (ISS) interrupt work aboard the newly installed Destiny laboratory to pose for an in-flight joint group portrait. In front are (from the left) cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition One flight engineer; astronaut William M. (Bill) Shepherd, Expedition One mission commander; and Yuri P. Gidzenko, Soyuz commander. The shuttle crew is made up of (from the left) astronauts Mark L. Polansky, pilot; Kenneth D. Cockrell, mission commander; and Marsha S. Ivins, Robert L. Curbeam and Thomas D. Jones, all mission specialists. Krikalev and Gidzenko represent the Russian Aviation and Space Agency.
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STS098-355-0008 (7-20 February 2001) --- An overall shot of the newly attached Destiny laboratory was recorded with a 35mm camera during the early occupancy by astronauts and cosmonauts from the Expedition One and STS-98 crews.
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STS098-320-008 (7-20 February 2001) --- Astronaut Mark L. Polansky, STS-98 pilot, translates through the Zarya functional cargo block (FGB) while visiting and working aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
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STS098-322-0001 (7-20 February 2001) --- Three STS-98 astronauts move a rack into position aboard the newly attached Destiny laboratory. From the left to right are astronauts Robert L. Curbeam, mission specialist; Mark L. Polansky, pilot; and Kenneth D. Cockrell, mission commander.
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STS098-320-0017 (7-20 February 2001) --- Astronaut William M. (Bill) Shepherd, Expedition One commander, poses for a a photo at the ward room table while hosting members of the STS-98 crew (out of frame) onboard the International Space Station (ISS). Shepherd and two cosmonauts, onboard the outpost since early November 2000, will return to Earth with their third set of visitors (the STS-102 crew) in March of this year.
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STS098-331-0017 (7-20 February 2001) --- In the grasp of the shuttle's remote manipulator system (RMS) robot arm, the Destiny laboratory is moved from its stowage position in the cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Atlantis. The photo was taken by astronaut Thomas D. Jones, who was participating in one of three STS-98/5A space walks at the time. Astronaut Robert L. Curbeam (out of frame) also made the three space walks.
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STS098-333-0007 (7-20 February 2001) --- A "sunburst" at Earth's limb caught the attention of one of the STS-98 astronauts who was standing on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis at the time. Various colors are reflected at different points in the 35mm frame.
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STS098-324-0004 (7-20 February 2001) --- One of the astronauts on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis used a 35mm camera to record this image of a thruster firing. Part of Earth's limb can be seen on either side of the orbital maneuvering system (OMS) pods below frame center.
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