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 Oct. 7, 2002 --- Space Shuttle Atlantis launches from Kennedy Space Center, Fla., to begin STS-112, a mission to deliver the S1 (S-One) Truss to the International Space Station.
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 Oct. 7, 2002 --- For the first time, a camera mounted to the space shuttle's External Tank offered a view of the ride to orbit. In this video, the first 90 seconds of ascent show Space Shuttle Atlantis' nose and belly, with one Solid Rocket Booster on the extreme left of the frame.
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 Oct. 7, 2002 --- Shortly after entering orbit on Flight Day 1, STS-112 astronauts opened the payload bay doors of Space Shuttle Atlantis. Visible at the lower left is the docking adapter that will attach the shuttle to the International Space Station. In the lower right of the frame is the S1 (S-One) Truss, a structure that will be installed on the station by STS-112 spacewalkers.
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 Oct. 7, 2002 --- The crewmembers of STS-112 extend greetings and thanks to their coworkers on the ground from the flight deck of Space Shuttle Atlantis.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 10/21/2002
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