KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- After being moved from its workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility, the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Leonardo is suspended above the open doors of the payload canister below. The MPLM is the primary payload on mission STS-105, the 11th assembly flight to the International Space Station. Leonardo, fitted with supplies and equipment for the crew and the Station, will be transported to Launch Pad 39A and installed into Discoverys payload bay. Launch is scheduled no earlier than Aug. 9. (Photo Release Date: 07/18/2001 )
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