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    Reflection of Destiny lab window in astronaut faceplate

    Reflection of Destiny lab window in astronaut faceplate

    WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES

    08.05.2010

    Courtesy Photo

    NASA

    The Destiny laboratory module's window with protective thermal cover open is reflected in the face plate of STS-100 mission specialist Scott Parazynski during the first of two Extravehicular Activities EVAs performed during the mission. Parazynski's partner during the EVA - mission specialist Chris Hadfield - can be seen in the reflection on the orbiters Remote Manipulator System RMS Arm. The photo was taken by one of the Expedition Two crew from the Destiny's window.

    NASA Identifier: iss002e5904

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 08.05.2010
    Date Posted: 02.08.2013 11:42
    Photo ID: 846392
    Resolution: 3060x2036
    Size: 8.5 MB
    Location: WASHINGTON, D.C., US

    Web Views: 50
    Downloads: 5

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