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STS-96 Shuttle Mission Imagery

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STS096-357-003 (30 May 1999) --- Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, backdropped against terrain some 173 nautical miles beneath Discovery, totes part of a Russian-built crane, called Strela (a Russian word meaning "arrow"). Jernigan's feet are anchored on a mobile foot restraint connected to the shuttle's remote manipulator system (RMS). Astronauts Jernigan and Daniel T. Barry eventually spent over seven hours on the space walk.

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