The doors of the payload canister open in the Payload Changeout Room (PCR) at Launch Pad 39A to reveal the SPACEHAB Double Module (bottom) and Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC). Part of the Rotating Service Structure, the PCR is an environmentally controlled facility supporting cargo delivery to the pad and vertical installation in the orbiter cargo bay. The primary payloads on mission STS-101, the module and ICC contain internal logistics and resupply cargo for restoring full redundancy to the International Space Station power system in preparation for the arrival of the next pressurized module, the Russian-built Zvezda. The payloads will be transferred to Space Shuttle Atlantis after Atlantis rolls out to the pad. Launch of Atlantis on mission STS-101 is scheduled no earlier than April 17, 2000. (Photo Release Date: 03/21/2000 )
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