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CVB CONSTRAINED VAPOR BUBBLE

NASA Identifier: C-1998-2070

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S134E013288 - STS-134 - Infrared view of the STP-H3-VADER Experiment

OPTICALLY TRANSPARENT ANTENNA GRC-2003-C-00393

Advanced Stirling Converter GRC-2011-C-05095

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In NASA Kennedy Space Center's Orbiter Processing Facility bay 3, STS-121 Pilot Mark Kelly and Mission Specialist Stephanie Wilson work with equipment that will be on the mission. The crew is at Kennedy to take part in the crew equipment interface test, which provides hands-on experience with equipment to be used on-orbit. Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on mission STS-121, the second return-to-flight mission, is scheduled no earlier than May. KSC-06pd0312

STS050-252-025 - STS-050 - Poor quality imagery of an unidentified experiment.

COPPER LINER WITH 1/8 INCH HOLES

Lt. j.g. Jacob Mello, assigned to Commander, Task Group

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Crew members of mission STS-124 are in the Space Station Processing Facility to look over equipment. Here Mission Specialist Michael Fossum gets hands-on experience with a piece of hardware. Other crew members are Commander Mark Kelly, Pilot Kenneth Ham, and Mission Specialists Karen Nyberg, Ronald Garan, Stephen Bowen and Akihiko Hoshide, who represents the Japanese Aerospace and Exploration Agency. The STS-124 mission is the second of three flights that will launch components to complete the Japanese pressurized module, the Kibo laboratory. The mission will include two spacewalks to install the new lab and its remote manipulator system. The lab's logistics module, which will have been installed in a temporary location during STS-123, will be attached to the new lab. The mission is scheduled to launch in 2008. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett KSC-07pd1077

Capillary Flow Experiment in Node 2

OA-7 Final "Powered' Cargo Loading

150928-N-WO404-098 PACIFIC OCEAN (Sept. 28, 2015) –

Senior Airmen David Fisher, 28th Maintenance Squadron

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