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    Mission To International Space Station




    Mission To International Space Station


    NASA space shuttle Atlantis in Earth orbit just before docking for the last time with the International Space Station July 10, 2011 in space. Atlantis has embarked on a 12-day mission to the International Space Station where it will deliver the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module packed with supplies and spare parts. This will be the final launch of the space shuttle program, which began on April 12, 1981 with the launch of Colombia. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




    Mission To International Space Station




    Mission To International Space Station


    NASA space shuttle Atlantis cargo bay holds the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module seen from the International Space Station before the two spacecraft undocked July 18, 2011 in space. The object connected to the station at right in the grasp of Dextre, a robot hand, is the Cargo Transport Container-2 (CTC-2) which was delivered by JAXAs HTV-2 vehicle earlier in the year. Space shuttle Atlantis is on the last leg of a 12-day mission to the International Space Station where it delivered the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module packed with supplies and spare parts. This was the final mission of the space shuttle program, which began on April 12, 1981 with the launch of Colombia. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




    Mission To International Space Station


    NASA astronaut Ronald Garan egresses the Quest airlock on the International Space Station during a planned six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk along with astronaut Mike Fossum July 12, 2011 in space. This is the 160th spacewalk devoted to station assembly and maintenance since construction began in 1998. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




    Mission To International Space Station




    Mission To International Space Station


    Space shuttle Atlantis (R) remains docked to the International Space Station photographed by NASA astronaut Ronald Garan during a planned six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk July 12, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




    Mission To International Space Station


    A U.S. flag flown on the first space shuttle mission, STS-1, is mounted on a hatch leading to Atlantis inside the International Space Stations Node 2 or Harmony after the STS-135 crew presented it to the Expedition 28 crew July 18, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




    Mission To International Space Station


    NASA astronaut Sandy Magnus mission specialist for space shuttle Atlantis STS-135, takes in the view while sitting in the Cupola addition of the International Space Station July 16, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




    Mission To International Space Station




    Mission To International Space Station




    Mission To International Space Station


    NASA astronaut Mike Fossum, Expedition 28 flight engineer, waits at an International Space Stations pressurized mating adapter (PMA-2) docked to the space shuttle Atlantis, as the stations robotic system moves the failed pump module (out of frame) over to the spacewalking astronaut and the shuttles cargo bay during a planned six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk July 12, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




    Mission To International Space Station




    Mission To International Space Station




    Mission To International Space Station


    The Southern Lights or Aurora Australis and the port side wing of NASA space shuttle Atlantis (R) can be seen from the International Space Station July 14, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)


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Mission To International Space Station


Mission To International Space Station




Mission To International Space Station


NASA space shuttle Atlantis in Earth orbit just before docking for the last time with the International Space Station July 10, 2011 in space. Atlantis has embarked on a 12-day mission to the International Space Station where it will deliver the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module packed with supplies and spare parts. This will be the final launch of the space shuttle program, which began on April 12, 1981 with the launch of Colombia. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




Mission To International Space Station




Mission To International Space Station


NASA space shuttle Atlantis cargo bay holds the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module seen from the International Space Station before the two spacecraft undocked July 18, 2011 in space. The object connected to the station at right in the grasp of Dextre, a robot hand, is the Cargo Transport Container-2 (CTC-2) which was delivered by JAXAs HTV-2 vehicle earlier in the year. Space shuttle Atlantis is on the last leg of a 12-day mission to the International Space Station where it delivered the Raffaello multi-purpose logistics module packed with supplies and spare parts. This was the final mission of the space shuttle program, which began on April 12, 1981 with the launch of Colombia. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




Mission To International Space Station


NASA astronaut Ronald Garan egresses the Quest airlock on the International Space Station during a planned six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk along with astronaut Mike Fossum July 12, 2011 in space. This is the 160th spacewalk devoted to station assembly and maintenance since construction began in 1998. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




Mission To International Space Station




Mission To International Space Station


Space shuttle Atlantis (R) remains docked to the International Space Station photographed by NASA astronaut Ronald Garan during a planned six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk July 12, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




Mission To International Space Station


A U.S. flag flown on the first space shuttle mission, STS-1, is mounted on a hatch leading to Atlantis inside the International Space Stations Node 2 or Harmony after the STS-135 crew presented it to the Expedition 28 crew July 18, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




Mission To International Space Station


NASA astronaut Sandy Magnus mission specialist for space shuttle Atlantis STS-135, takes in the view while sitting in the Cupola addition of the International Space Station July 16, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




Mission To International Space Station




Mission To International Space Station




Mission To International Space Station


NASA astronaut Mike Fossum, Expedition 28 flight engineer, waits at an International Space Stations pressurized mating adapter (PMA-2) docked to the space shuttle Atlantis, as the stations robotic system moves the failed pump module (out of frame) over to the spacewalking astronaut and the shuttles cargo bay during a planned six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk July 12, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)




Mission To International Space Station




Mission To International Space Station




Mission To International Space Station


The Southern Lights or Aurora Australis and the port side wing of NASA space shuttle Atlantis (R) can be seen from the International Space Station July 14, 2011 in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)


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