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 Jan. 23, 2003 --- Aboard Space Shuttle Columbia on Flight Day 8, STS-107 Pilot Willie McCool finishes his exercise period on the ergometer, and Mission Specialist Ilan Ramon of the Israel Space Agency prepares to conduct an experiment using the same machine. Mission Specialists Kalpana Chawla and Laurel Clark enter the SPACEHAB Research Double Module. Chawla is working with the Structures of Flame Balls at Low Lewis-number, or SOFBALL, experiment in the Combustion Module.
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 Jan. 23, 2003 --- STS-107 Mission Specialists Laurel Clark and Ilan Ramon work on experiments inside the SPACEHAB Research Double Module. Clark shows the location of the Advanced Respiratory Monitoring System, or ARMS, a group of monitoring instruments and a bicycle ergometer. ARMS facilitates a series of experiments about changes in the human body's lung and circulatory system and the muscular system.
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 Jan. 23, 2003 --- STS-107 Mission Specialist Laurel Clark offers a guided tour of the SPACEHAB Research Double Module's forward section, including stowage lockers, the Advanced Respiratory Monitoring System and support electronics for SPACEHAB equipment. Clark and her crewmates, divided into two teams to provide around-the-clock support for science operations, are conducting more than 80 experiments aboard Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-107.
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