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Tokarev and McArthur watch the RadioSkaf CD on a PC after opening the SM-RadioSkaf-11.1 Kit on Expedition 12

Tokarev and McArthur watch the RadioSkaf CD on a PC after opening the ...

ISS012-E-17036 (23 Jan. 2006) --- Astronaut William S. (Bill) McArthur (foreground), Expedition 12 commander and NASA space station science officer, and cosmonaut Valery I. Tokarev, flight engineer representing... more

Tokarev puts battery boxes inside the Orlan suit as he assembles the RadioSkaf microsatellite on Expedition 12

Tokarev puts battery boxes inside the Orlan suit as he assembles the R...

ISS012-E-17057 (24 Jan. 2006) --- In the Unity node of the International Space Station, cosmonaut Valery I. Tokarev, Expedition 12 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, puts finishing touc... more

Installation of control box and antenna for Radioskaf (Suitsat-1) on Expedition 12

Installation of control box and antenna for Radioskaf (Suitsat-1) on E...

ISS012-E-15652 (24 Jan. 2006) --- In the Unity node of the International Space Station, cosmonaut Valery I. Tokarev, Expedition 12 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, puts finishing touc... more

Orlan suit after Radioskaf (Suitsat-1) preparations on Expedition 12

Orlan suit after Radioskaf (Suitsat-1) preparations on Expedition 12

ISS012-E-15664 (24 Jan. 2006) --- An old Russian Orlan spacesuit is photographed in the Unity node of the International Space Station, which will be released by hand from the space station during a spacewalk Fe... more

Orlan suit after Radioskaf (Suitsat-1) preparations on Expedition 12

Orlan suit after Radioskaf (Suitsat-1) preparations on Expedition 12

ISS012-E-15666 (24 Jan. 2006) --- An old Russian Orlan spacesuit is photographed in the Unity node of the International Space Station, which will be released by hand from the space station during a spacewalk Fe... more

Tokarev assembles the RadioSkaf antenna during Expedition 12

Tokarev assembles the RadioSkaf antenna during Expedition 12

ISS012-E-17050 (24 Jan. 2006) --- Cosmonaut Valery I. Tokarev, Expedition 12 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, assembles the antenna kit for the Radioskaf (SuitSat) payload in the Zvez... more

Installation of Radioskaf 11.2 Kit and batteries for Radioskaf (Suitsat-1) on Expedition 12

Installation of Radioskaf 11.2 Kit and batteries for Radioskaf (Suitsa...

ISS012-E-15655 (24 Jan. 2006) --- In the Unity node of the International Space Station, cosmonaut Valery I. Tokarev, Expedition 12 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, puts finishing touc... more

Orlan Suit RadioSkaf Microsatellite after release from the ISS during the second EVA on Expedition 12

Orlan Suit RadioSkaf Microsatellite after release from the ISS during ...

ISS012-E-16905 (3 Feb. 2006) --- Backdropped by the blackness of space and Earth’s horizon, a spacesuit-turned-satellite called SuitSat began its orbit around the Earth after it was released by the Expedition 1... more

Orlan Suit RadioSkaf Microsatellite after release from the ISS during the second EVA on Expedition 12

Orlan Suit RadioSkaf Microsatellite after release from the ISS during ...

ISS012-E-16907 (3 Feb. 2006) --- Backdropped by the blackness of space and Earth’s horizon, a spacesuit-turned-satellite called SuitSat began its orbit around the Earth after it was released by the Expedition 1... more

Orlan Suit RadioSkaf Microsatellite after release from the ISS during the second EVA on Expedition 12

Orlan Suit RadioSkaf Microsatellite after release from the ISS during ...

ISS012-E-16908 (3 Feb. 2006) --- Backdropped by the blackness of space and Earth’s horizon, a spacesuit-turned-satellite called SuitSat began its orbit around the Earth after it was released by the Expedition 1... more