The SPACEHAB-4 payload scheduled to fly on Space Shuttle Mission STS-77 is being installed in the payload canister transporter. The pressurized module began preflight processing at the SPACEHAB facility at Port Canaveral, then was transferred here to the Space Station Processing Facility at KSC for installation in the transporter. Two other payloads flying on STS-77, the Technology Experiments Advancing Missions in Space (TEAMS) and Spartan 207/ Inflatable Antenna Experiment (Spartan 207/IAE) also will be installed in the transporter before it heads for Launch Pad 39B; there the three payloads will be installed in the cargo bay of the Space Shuttle Endeavour. The fourth Shuttle flight of 1996 currently is slated for liftoff on May 16. (Photo Release Date: 04/09/96 )

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