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STS75310002 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail Astronaut Maurizio Cheli, mission specialist, works with the Tether Optical Phenomenon System (TOPS) on the flight deck of the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Columbia. Cheli

STS75322012 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail Seated at the pilots station, astronaut Scott J. Horowitz uses a mirror to monitor the vertical stabilizer and the aft cargo bay area during the entry phase of the flight.

STS75325014 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail The frayed end ofthe tether portion of the Tethered Satellite System (TSS) is seen at the end of the supportive boom. On February 25, 1996, the crew deployed the TSS, which l

STS75328018 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail Astronaut Franklin R. Chang-Diaz, payload commander, is busy at the pilots station during operations to deploy the Tethered Satellite System (TSS). His five crew mates (ou

STS75328026 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- Astronaut Claude Nicollier is the only clearly identifiable crew member in this scene on the aft flight deck, captured during the busy chores associa

STS75333032 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- Astronaut Scott J. Horowitz, pilot, looks over tools he may use to perform an Inflight Maintenance (IFM) chore on the mid-deck of the Earth-orbiting

STS75351022 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail STS075-351-022 JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, HOUSTON, TEXAS STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- The Space Shuttle Columbias vertical stabilizer appears to point to the four stars of the Souther

STS75351037 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail Astronauts Jeffrey A. Hoffman (left) and Franklin R. Chang-Diaz hold up a sign to celebrate the fact that each has surpassed the 1,000-hour mark in space during the flight.

STS75355032 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- Payload specialist Umberto Guidioni, wearing the partial pressure launch and entry garment, prepares for the de-orbit phase of the 16-day flight. Gu

STS75360021 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail The loose tether forms a faint diagonal line in this scene recorded on a later fly-by. On February 25, 1996, the crew deployed the Tethered Satellite System (TSS), which la

STS75701087 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- A medium close-up view, captured with a 70mm camera, shows the Tethered Satellite System (TSS) and part of its supportive boom device prior to deploym

STS75711024 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail The Tethered Satellite System (TSS) is seen as it is reeled out during early stages of deployment operations. The crew deployed the TSS, which later broke free. The seven

STS75772013 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- Astronaut Andrew M. Allen, mission commander, sets up systems for a television downlink on the flight deck of the Space Shuttle Columbia. Allen was

STS75772020 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail COLOR 22 FEBRUARY - 9 MARCH 1996 STS075-772-020 JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, HOUSTON, TEXAS STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- The traditional inflight crew portrait was taken with a pre-set

STS75772057 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail STS-75 ONBOARD VIEW --- Astronauts Jeffrey A. Hoffman (left) and Maurizio Cheli, representing European Space Agency (ESA), set up an experiment at the glovebox on the Space

STS75_S_004 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail COLOR 22 FEBRUARY 1996 STS075(S)004KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA STS-75 LAUNCH VIEW --- The Space Shuttle Columbia clears the tower to begin the mission. The liftoff o

STS75_S_007 Image Fulltext & Thumbnail STS-75 LAUNCH VIEW A remote camera at Launch Pad 39B, at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), recorded this profile view of the Space Shuttle Columbia as it cleared the tower t