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Photo-iss01-376-004
International Space Station Imagery
Astronaut Robert Curbeam
high res (2.7 M) low res (74 K)
ISS01-376-004 (12 February 2001) --- Astronaut Robert L. Curbeam, STS-98 mission specialist, was photographed by a member of the Expedition One crew in the newly installed Destiny laboratory during the second of three space walks. With all of the tasks planned for the second space walk completed, and still time available, the astronauts moved to tasks that had originally been planned for the third extravehicular activity (EVA) period on the flight. Ahead of schedule, they connected several computer and electrical cables between the docking port and the lab; unveiled the lab's large, high-quality window (through which this photo was taken) and attached an exterior shutter; and repositioned a movable foot platform they had taken inside Atlantis on the first spacewalk for a slight adjustment.

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