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International Space Station Imagery
The International Space Station
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S114-E-7200 (6 August 2005) --- The International Space Station is backdropped against a heavily cloud-covered part of Earth as the orbital outpost moves away from the Space Shuttle Discovery. Earlier, the crews of the two spacecraft concluded nine days of cooperative work. As the Shuttle moved away to a distance of about 400 feet, astronaut James M. Kelly, pilot, begin a slow fly-around of the Station, while cameras on each spacecraft captured video and still images of the other. Undocking occurred at 2:24 a.m. (CDT), August 6, 2005.

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