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STS-110 Shuttle Mission Imagery

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STS110-304-010 (13 April 2002) --- Anchored on the International Space Stationís (ISS) Canadarm2 some 240 miles above the blue and white Earth, astronaut Lee M.E. Morin totes one of the S0 (S-zero) keel pins, which were removed from their functional position on the truss and attached on to its exterior for long-term stowage. Morin, teamed up with astronaut Jerry L. Ross (out of frame) for the extravehicular work, was participating in his first career EVA and the second of four scheduled overall STS-110 space walks.

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