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STS-122 Shuttle Mission Imagery
Astronaut Rex Walheim
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S122-E-008925 (15 Feb. 2008) --- This digital still camera's wide shot affords a panoramic view of STS-122's final leg of work on the International Space Station. With mostly blue skies and some scattered clouds on Earth, solar panels and a station truss in the background, astronaut Rex Walheim, mission specialist, installs handrails on the outside of the Columbus laboratory, the newest piece of hardware on the International Space Station. . Astronaut Stanley Love (out of frame), mission specialist, shared this final period of STS-122 extravehicular activity with Walheim.

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