KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility prepare the part of the U.S. Laboratory Destiny that will bear the NASA logo. Destiny is the key U.S. element of the International Space Station. Launch of mission STS-98 on Space Shuttle Atlantis will carry Destiny to the Space Station with five system racks and experiments already installed inside the module. The launch is scheduled for January 2001. (Photo Release Date: 12/21/2000 )

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