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 Oct. 8, 2002 --- In this video, Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm has been activated so its elbow and end effector cameras can be used for a survey of the payload bay. Part of the S1 (S-One) Truss is visible at the left side of the video. During STS-112, Atlantis will deliver the truss to the International Space Station, where it will become part of the station's Integrated Truss Structure.
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 Oct. 8, 2002 --- This video shows a view from a camera on Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm. An STS-112 crewmember is controlling the arm and camera to perform a survey of the shuttle's payload bay. The circular object in the payload bay is the Orbiter Docking System, which will be the attach point when Atlantis berths with the International Space Station one day later.
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 Oct. 8, 2002 --- In this video, a camera on Space Shuttle Atlantis' robotic arm zooms in on the Orbiter Docking System in the payload bay and the aft flight deck windows. An STS-112 crewmember is controlling the arm and camera to perform a survey of the shuttle's payload bay.
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Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 10/18/2002
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