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Archaic Bronze fibula (safety pin) with amber segments

Archaic Bronze fibula (safety pin) with amber segments

Fibula with three amber segments on the bow. Archaic

Archaic Bronze fibula (safety pin) with amber segments
Ring with Ridged Segments and Inset Red Stone
Ring with Ridged Segments and Inset Red Stone
Fragment of a horizontal frieze with female bust in the center, garlands, anthemia, cut from a plate of border segments
Sheet of border segments: two candelabra and two horizontal pieces with putti, two corners, from Life of the Virgin and Christ
Fragment of a horizontal frieze with female bust in the center, garlands, anthemia, cut from a plate of border segments

Fragment of a horizontal frieze with female bust in the center, garlan...

Francesco Rosselli (Florence 1448–1508/27 Venice (?))

Sheet of border segments: vertical floral ornament, horizontal frieze, four corners

Sheet of border segments: vertical floral ornament, horizontal frieze,...

Francesco Rosselli (Florence 1448–1508/27 Venice (?))

Scene from the Last Judgment, Study for the Fresco Decoration of One of the Segments of the Cupola of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- The left spent booster from space shuttle Discovery's final launch is seen floating on the water's surface while pumps on Freedom Star, one of NASA's solid rocket booster retrieval ships, push debris and water out of the booster, replacing with air to facilitate floating for its return to Port Canaveral in Florida.                The shuttle’s two solid rocket booster casings and associated flight hardware are recovered in the Atlantic Ocean after every launch by Liberty Star and Freedom Star. The boosters impact the Atlantic about seven minutes after liftoff and the retrieval ships are stationed about 10 miles from the impact area at the time of splashdown. After the spent segments are processed, they will be transported to Utah, where they will be refurbished and stored, if needed. Photo credit: NASA/Ben Smegelsky KSC-2011-1845

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- The left spent booster from space shuttle Disc...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- The left spent booster from space shuttle Discovery's final launch is seen floating on the water's surface while pumps on Freedom Star, one of NASA's solid rocket booster retrieval ships... More

Short-horned springtail (Neelidae sp.)

Short-horned springtail (Neelidae sp.)

Most springtails have four clear segments in their antennae. In this genus some of those segments are small and hard to see. In this particular image it is hard to see any antennae at all.

Glass Bead (FOUS 35507)

Glass Bead (FOUS 35507)

White, cylindrical shaped, undecorated, hand-drawn glass bead with chopped ends. According to Lester A. Ross, author of Trade Beads from Archeological Excavations at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Si... More

Airplanes - Instruments - Close view of the mechanism of the aero altimeter. It consists of 35 parts. Under the action of atmospheric pressure the chamber A rises and carries up arm B which in turn communicates its movement to segments D by means of levers C, the movement laterally of segment D causes pinion and staff E to turn and carry around the hand which is fastened upon the top of E. Made by Aero Instrument Corp., New York City

Airplanes - Instruments - Close view of the mechanism of the aero alti...

Photographer: Aero Instrument Corp Airplanes - Instruments

Segments of penstock pipe. Shasta Dam. Shasta County, California
Segments of penstock pipe which will be used to conduct water from the reservoir formed by Shasta Dam to the hydroelectric turbines. Shasta County, California
Segments of penstock pipe which will be used to transport water from reservoir formed by Shasta Dam to hydroelectric turbines. Notice the worker on top pipe; he is welding segments together. Shasta County, California
Segments of penstock pipe which will be used to transport water from reservoir formed by Shasta Dam to hydroelectric turbines. Notice the worker on top pipe; he is welding segments together. Shasta County, California

Segments of penstock pipe which will be used to transport water from r...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Injector tank completely open from outside, showing injector nozzle. Mario Carotta is shown fabricating one of the four straight connecting segments of the bevatron. Photograph taken December 29, 1953. Patent release 3/25/1960. Bevatron-656

Injector tank completely open from outside, showing injector nozzle. M...

Digital Preservation File Name and Format: 434-LB-6-XBD9606-02952.TIF Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

Wide angle view of injector tank completely open from outside, showing injector nozzle. Mario Carotta is shown fabricating one of the four straight connecting segments of the Bevatron. Photograph taken December 29, 1953. Patent release 3/21/1960. Bevatron

Wide angle view of injector tank completely open from outside, showing...

Digital Preservation File Name and Format: 434-LB-6-XBD200511-00377.TIF Photographs Documenting Scientists, Special Events, and Nuclear Research Facilities, Instruments, and Projects at the Berkeley Lab

AS15-93-12624 - Apollo 15 - Apollo 15 Mission image - View of  Schroter's Valley and Crater Herodotus

AS15-93-12624 - Apollo 15 - Apollo 15 Mission image - View of Schrote...

The original database describes this as: Description: Cobra Head and upper Schroter's Valley. The broud outer channel of Schroter's Valley consists of numerous more or less straight segments that join at angle... More

H P COMBUSTOR LINER SEGMENTS

H P COMBUSTOR LINER SEGMENTS

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 11/14/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

H P COMBUSTOR LINER SEGMENTS

H P COMBUSTOR LINER SEGMENTS

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 11/14/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

H P COMBUSTOR LINER SEGMENTS

H P COMBUSTOR LINER SEGMENTS

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 11/14/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

H P COMBUSTOR LINER SEGMENTS

H P COMBUSTOR LINER SEGMENTS

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 11/14/1978 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

Solid Rocket Booster - Space Shuttle Projects

Solid Rocket Booster - Space Shuttle Projects

This photograph shows stacking of the left side of the solid rocket booster (SRB) segments in the Dynamic Test Stand at the east test area of the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). Staging shown here are the ... More

P-21757 BW Range: 2 million kilometers (1.25 million miles) Jupiter's thin ring of particles was photographed by Voyager 2 on its approach to the giant planet. The spacecraft was 2.5° above the plane of the ring. Segments of both sides of the faint ring were captured in this picture. The ring was first photographed in an edge-on configuration by Voyager 1 and was measured then to have a radial extent of about 55, 000 kilometers (34,000 miles) from Jupiter's cloud tops. With this picture, it is possible to determine that the ring is much narrower radially than the individual rings of Saturn. This image has had an extreme contrast enhancement process applied to it which brought out some white blotches in the central region and makes the ring appear discontinuous and non-uniform in brightness. These effects are all artifacts of the processing. ARC-1979-A79-7086

P-21757 BW Range: 2 million kilometers (1.25 million miles) Jupiter's ...

P-21757 BW Range: 2 million kilometers (1.25 million miles) Jupiter's thin ring of particles was photographed by Voyager 2 on its approach to the giant planet. The spacecraft was 2.5° above the plane of the ri... More

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 12/17/1980 Photographer: DANIEL LAITY Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 12/17/1980 Photographer: DANIEL LAITY Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

COPPER SEGMENTS, NASA Technology Images

COPPER SEGMENTS, NASA Technology Images

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 12/3/1980 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 12/17/1980 Photographer: DANIEL LAITY Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 12/17/1980 Photographer: DANIEL LAITY Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

BEARING AND SHAFT SEGMENTS OF FAILED CHRYSLER TURBINE ENGINE

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 12/17/1980 Photographer: DANIEL LAITY Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

The first solid rocket booster solid motor segemnts to arrive at KSC, the left and right hand aft segments are off-loaded into High Bay 4 in the Vehicle Assembly Building and mated to their respective SRB aft skirts. The two aft assemblies will support the entire 150 foot tall solid boosters, in turn supporting the external tank and Orbiter Columbia on the Mobile Launcher Platform, for the first orbital flight test of the Space Shuttle. ARC-1980-AC80-0107-2

The first solid rocket booster solid motor segemnts to arrive at KSC, ...

The first solid rocket booster solid motor segemnts to arrive at KSC, the left and right hand aft segments are off-loaded into High Bay 4 in the Vehicle Assembly Building and mated to their respective SRB aft s... More

The first solid rocket booster solid motor segemnts to arrive at KSC, the left and right hand aft segments are off-loaded into High Bay 4 in the Vehicle Assembly Building and mated to their respective SRB aft skirts. The two aft assemblies will support the entire 150 foot tall solid boosters, in turn supporting the external tank and Orbiter Columbia on the Mobile Launcher Platform, for the first orbital flight test of the Space Shuttle. ARC-1980-AC80-0107-3

The first solid rocket booster solid motor segemnts to arrive at KSC, ...

The first solid rocket booster solid motor segemnts to arrive at KSC, the left and right hand aft segments are off-loaded into High Bay 4 in the Vehicle Assembly Building and mated to their respective SRB aft s... More

S113E05408 - STS-113 - Forward view of the ISS taken during flyaround operations following STS-113 undocking

S113E05408 - STS-113 - Forward view of the ISS taken during flyaround ...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Forward view of the International Space Station (ISS) taken during flyaround operations conducted by the STS-113 crew following undocking. Visible is th... More

View of left SRB first piece retrieval

View of left SRB first piece retrieval

51L-10162 (8-9 March 1986) --- View of the left solid rocket booster first piece retrieval #11 (STS-51L space shuttle Challenger). Photo credit: NASA

Damaged seal segments are displayed after a launch of the Small Missile (unofficially often labelled the"Midgetman") in the Canister Assembly Launch Test Program (CAL TIP).  CAL TIP tests the pre-ignition steam ejection of the missile, which is retained a

Damaged seal segments are displayed after a launch of the Small Missil...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Vandenberg Air Force Base State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Richard C. SEAMAN, USAF Rele... More

A view of damaged seal segments from an XMGM-134A small intercontinental ballistic missile (SICBM) following a canister-assisted launch

A view of damaged seal segments from an XMGM-134A small intercontinent...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Vandenberg Air Force Base State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: A1C Richard L. SEAMAN Release St... More

Range :  8.6 million kilometers (5.3 million miles) The Voyager took this 61 second exposure through the clear filter with the narrow angle camera of Neptune.  The Voyager cameras were programmed to make a systematic search for faint ring arcs and new satellites.  The bright upper corner of the image is due to a residual image from a previous long exposure of the planet.  The portion of the arc visible here is approximately 35 degrees in longitudinal extent, making it approximately 38,000 kilometers (24,000 miles) in length, and is broken up into three segments separated from each other by approximately 5 degrees.  The trailing edge is at the upper right and has an abrupt end while the leading edge seems to fade into the background more gradually.  This arc orbits very close to one of the newly discovered Neptune satellites, 1989N4.  Close-up studies of this ring arc will be carried out in the coming days which will give higher spatial resolution at different lighting angles. (JPL Ref: P-34617) ARC-1989-A89-7004

Range : 8.6 million kilometers (5.3 million miles) The Voyager took t...

Range : 8.6 million kilometers (5.3 million miles) The Voyager took this 61 second exposure through the clear filter with the narrow angle camera of Neptune. The Voyager cameras were programmed to make a syst... More

Members of the Far East Network, Iwakuni, take a break between news segments. Pictured, from left, are: SGT G. Klippel, SSGT E. Rodney, and CPL R. Jones

Members of the Far East Network, Iwakuni, take a break between news se...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Marine Corps Air Station,Iwakuni Country: Japan (JPN) Scene Camera Operator: CPL M.E. Jones Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military ... More

After maneuvering two floating bridge pontoon segments together and securing them, soldiers from the 50th Engineers Assault Float Bridge Company move back onto their Mark 2 combat support boats in northern South Korea during Exercise Team Spirit '93

After maneuvering two floating bridge pontoon segments together and se...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '93 Country: Korea Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Clayton Farrington Release Status: Released to Public Combined Mili... More

Soldiers from the 2nd Platoon of the 50th Engineers Assault Floating Bridge Company work to secure two floating bridge pontoon segments that will be used to transport vehicles and troops across the Nanhan River in northern South Korea during Exercise Team Spirit '93

Soldiers from the 2nd Platoon of the 50th Engineers Assault Floating B...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '93 Country: Korea Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Clayton Farrington Release Status: Released to Public Combined Mili... More

CPT Peter Im (right), 1LT Michael Kulikowski (center), and 1LT David Clary, members of 101st Airborne Division (AASLT) grab a bite to eat between training segments as they sit next to a mobile facility and razor wire placed under camouflage netting

CPT Peter Im (right), 1LT Michael Kulikowski (center), and 1LT David C...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Campbell State: Kentucky (KY) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: Jon Tiller Release Status: Released to Public ... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The space agency utilizes railroad operations to not only move equipment at Kennedy, but to transport hardware to and from contractor facilities across the nation. Photo credit: NASA KSC-398C-0607-10

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket ...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The space agency utilizes railroad operations to not only move equipment at Kennedy, but to transport hardware to and from contractor facilities across the nation. Photo credit: NASA KSC-98PC-660

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket ...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The space agency utilizes railroad operations to not only move equipment at Kennedy, but to transport hardware to and from contractor facilities across the nation. Photo credit: NASA KSC-98PC-654

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket ...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The space agency utilizes railroad operations to not only move equipment at Kennedy, but to transport hardware to and from contractor facilities across the nation. Photo credit: NASA KSC-98PC-652

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket ...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The... More

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The space agency utilizes railroad operations to not only move equipment at Kennedy, but to transport hardware to and from contractor facilities across the nation. Photo credit: NASA KSC-98PC-653

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket ...

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – A NASA railroad train hauling the solid rocket booster, or SRB, segments moves along the track at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The SRB segments are under protective covers. The... More

Segments of the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) are lined up in the Space Station Processing Facility at KSC. They will undergo a campaign of prelaunch processing activities. CSA's first contribution to the International Space Station (ISS), the SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the ISS for assembly. The 56-foot-long robotic arm includes two 12-foot booms joined by a hinge. Seven joints on the arm allow highly flexible and precise movement. Latching End Effectors are mounted on each end of the arm for grappling. Video cameras mounted on the booms and end effectors will give astronauts maximum visibility for operations and maintenance tasks on the ISS. The SSRMS is scheduled to be launched aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour on STS-100, currently planned for July 2000 KSC-99pp0548

Segments of the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) Space Station Remote Man...

Segments of the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) are lined up in the Space Station Processing Facility at KSC. They will undergo a campaign of prelaunch processing a... More

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility raise two segments of the Canadian Space Agency's Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS). CSA's first contribution to the International Space Station (ISS), the SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the ISS for assembly. The 56-foot-long robotic arm includes two 12-foot booms joined by a hinge. Seven joints on the arm allow highly flexible and precise movement. Latching End Effectors are mounted on each end of the arm for grappling. Video cameras mounted on the booms and end effectors will give astronauts maximum visibility for operations and maintenance tasks on the ISS. The SSRMS is at KSC to begin a campaign of prelaunch processing activities. It is scheduled to be launched aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-100, currently planned for July 2000 KSC-99pp0570

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility raise two segments of...

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility raise two segments of the Canadian Space Agency's Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS). CSA's first contribution to the International Space Station (I... More

Workers in the in the Space Station Processing Facility move two segments of the Canadian Space Agency's Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) to a workstand. CSA's first contribution to the International Space Station (ISS), the SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the ISS for assembly. The 56-foot-long robotic arm includes two 12-foot booms joined by a hinge. Seven joints on the arm allow highly flexible and precise movement.. Latching End Effectors are mounted on each end of the arm for grappling. Video cameras mounted on the booms and end effectors will give astronauts maximum visibility for operations and maintenance tasks on the ISS. The SSRMS is at KSC to begin a campaign of prelaunch processing activities. It is scheduled to be launched aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-100, currently planned for July 2000 KSC-99pp0571

Workers in the in the Space Station Processing Facility move two segme...

Workers in the in the Space Station Processing Facility move two segments of the Canadian Space Agency's Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) to a workstand. CSA's first contribution to the Internati... More

Workers at Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), fit the second row of canister segments around NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite. The satellite is being prepared for its transfer to Launch Pad 17A, CCAS, and its scheduled launch June 23 aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket. FUSE was developed by The Johns Hopkins University under contract to Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., to investigate the origin and evolution of the lightest elements in the universe hydrogen and deuterium. In addition, the FUSE satellite will examine the forces and process involved in the evolution of the galaxies, stars and planetary systems by investigating light in the far ultraviolet portion of the electromagnetic spectrum KSC-99pp0689

Workers at Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), fit the secon...

Workers at Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), fit the second row of canister segments around NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite. The satellite is being prepared for its tr... More

Workers at Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), adjust the canister segments they are installing around NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite. The satellite is being prepared for its transfer to Launch Pad 17A, CCAS, and its scheduled launch June 23 aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket. FUSE was developed by The Johns Hopkins University under contract to Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., to investigate the origin and evolution of the lightest elements in the universe hydrogen and deuterium. In addition, the FUSE satellite will examine the forces and process involved in the evolution of the galaxies, stars and planetary systems by investigating light in the far ultraviolet portion of the electromagnetic spectrum KSC-99pp0688

Workers at Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), adjust the ca...

Workers at Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), adjust the canister segments they are installing around NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite. The satellite is being prepared f... More

At Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), workers move segments of the canister that will be installed around NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite in the background. The satellite is being prepared for its transfer to Launch Pad 17A, CCAS, and its scheduled launch June 23 aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket. FUSE was developed by The Johns Hopkins University under contract to Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., to investigate the origin and evolution of the lightest elements in the universe hydrogen and deuterium. In addition, the FUSE satellite will examine the forces and process involved in the evolution of the galaxies, stars and planetary systems by investigating light in the far ultraviolet portion of the electromagnetic spectrum KSC-99pp0687

At Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), workers move segments...

At Hangar AE, Cape Canaveral Air Station (CCAS), workers move segments of the canister that will be installed around NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite in the background. The satelli... More

NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite is fitted with another row of canister segments before being moved to Launch Pad 17A, CCAS. FUSE was developed by The Johns Hopkins University under contract to Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., to investigate the origin and evolution of the lightest elements in the universe hydrogen and deuterium. In addition, the FUSE satellite will examine the forces and process involved in the evolution of the galaxies, stars and planetary systems by investigating light in the far ultraviolet portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. FUSE is scheduled to be launched June 23 aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket KSC-99pp0690

NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite is fitt...

NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite is fitted with another row of canister segments before being moved to Launch Pad 17A, CCAS. FUSE was developed by The Johns Hopkins University unde... More

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers prepare to mate two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB). The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC00pp0811

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers prepare to mate two segments...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers prepare to mate two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB). The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) after mating them. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC-00pp0818

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segme...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) after mating them. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from... More

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) to be mated. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC00pp0812

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check two segments of a soli...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) to be mated. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers prepare to mate two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB). The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC-00pp0811

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers prepare to mate two segments...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers prepare to mate two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB). The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the upper and lower segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) before mating them. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC00pp0816

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the upper...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the upper and lower segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) before mating them. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for l... More

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) after mating them. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC00pp0818

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segme...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) after mating them. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from... More

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) to be mated. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC-00pp0812

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check two segments of a soli...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) to be mated. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) before mating them.; The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC-00pp0817

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segme...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) before mating them.; The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 fr... More

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) before mating them.; The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC00pp0817

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segme...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) before mating them.; The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 fr... More

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the upper and lower segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) before mating them. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for launch Oct. 5 from Launch Pad 39A KSC-00pp0816

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the upper...

In the Vehicle Assembly Building, workers check the rings on the upper and lower segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) before mating them. The SRB is part of the stack for the STS-92 mission, scheduled for l... More

After being involved in a minor derailment incident during a routine movement on the tracks, rail cars carrying solid rocket booster segments sit idle. The rail cars were being moved as part of a standard operation to “order” the cars, placing them into a proper sequence for upcoming segment processing activities. The rear wheels of one car and the front wheels of the car behind it slid off the tracks while passing through a railway switch onto a siding. They were traveling approximately 3 miles per hour at the time, about normal walking speed. No damage occurred to the SRB segments, or to the devices that secure the segments to the rail cars. The incident occurred on KSC property, just north of the NASA Causeway in the KSC Industrial Area KSC00pp0939

After being involved in a minor derailment incident during a routine m...

After being involved in a minor derailment incident during a routine movement on the tracks, rail cars carrying solid rocket booster segments sit idle. The rail cars were being moved as part of a standard opera... More

After being involved in a minor derailment incident during a routine movement on the tracks, rail cars carrying solid rocket booster segments sit idle. The rail cars were being moved as part of a standard operation to “order” the cars, placing them into a proper sequence for upcoming segment processing activities. The rear wheels of one car and the front wheels of the car behind it slid off the tracks while passing through a railway switch onto a siding. They were traveling approximately 3 miles per hour at the time, about normal walking speed. No damage occurred to the SRB segments, or to the devices that secure the segments to the rail cars. The incident occurred on KSC property, just north of the NASA Causeway in the KSC Industrial Area KSC-00pp0939

After being involved in a minor derailment incident during a routine m...

After being involved in a minor derailment incident during a routine movement on the tracks, rail cars carrying solid rocket booster segments sit idle. The rail cars were being moved as part of a standard opera... More

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help guide the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) suspended from an overhead crane. The SSRMS is being moved to a test stand where it will be mated to its payload carrier. This pallet will later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1149

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help guide the Canadi...

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help guide the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) suspended from an overhead crane. The SSRMS is being moved to a test stand... More

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) sits on the floor of the Space Station Processing Facility before transfer to a test stand . The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm. The SSRMS is scheduled for launch on STS-100 in April 2001 KSC-00pp1145

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (S...

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) sits on the floor of the Space Station Processing Facility before transfer to a test stand . The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary ... More

An overhead crane in the Space Station Processing Facility carries the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) through the air to a test stand where it will be mated to its payload carrier. This pallet will later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1148

An overhead crane in the Space Station Processing Facility carries the...

An overhead crane in the Space Station Processing Facility carries the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) through the air to a test stand where it will be mated to its payl... More

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility attach an overhead crane to the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS). The crane will lift and transfer the SSRMS to a test stand where it will be mated to its payload carrier. This pallet will later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1147

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility attach an overhead cr...

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility attach an overhead crane to the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS). The crane will lift and transfer the SSRMS to a test sta... More

In the Space Station Processing Facility, the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), suspended from an overhead crane, zeroes in on its destination, the test stand below. At the test stand the SSRMS it will be mated to its payload carrier. This pallet will later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1150

In the Space Station Processing Facility, the Canadian Space Agency’s ...

In the Space Station Processing Facility, the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), suspended from an overhead crane, zeroes in on its destination, the test stand below. At th... More

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help maneuver an overhead crane above the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS). The crane will lift and transfer the SSRMS to a test stand where it will be mated to its payload carrier. This pallet will later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1146

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help maneuver an over...

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help maneuver an overhead crane above the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS). The crane will lift and transfer the SSRMS to ... More

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) finally rests on a test stand in the Space Station Processing Facility. At the test stand the SSRMS will be mated to its payload carrier. This pallet will later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1154

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (S...

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) finally rests on a test stand in the Space Station Processing Facility. At the test stand the SSRMS will be mated to its payload carri... More

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) now occupies one of the work stands in the Space Station Processing Facility. There it will be mated to its payload carrier and later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1155

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (S...

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) now occupies one of the work stands in the Space Station Processing Facility. There it will be mated to its payload carrier and later ... More

With gentle guidance, the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) is lowered by crane onto a test stand in the Space Station Processing Facility. At the test stand the SSRMS it will be mated to its payload carrier. This pallet will later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1151

With gentle guidance, the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote...

With gentle guidance, the Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) is lowered by crane onto a test stand in the Space Station Processing Facility. At the test stand the SSRMS it w... More

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help maneuver the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) onto a test stand. A component of the International Space Station provided by the Canadian Space Agency, the SSRMS will be mated to its payload carrier and later installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1153

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help maneuver the Spa...

Workers in the Space Station Processing Facility help maneuver the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) onto a test stand. A component of the International Space Station provided by the Canadian Spac... More

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) is lowered onto a test stand in the Space Station Processing Facility. At the test stand the SSRMS will be mated to its payload carrier. This pallet will later be installed into the payload bay of Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch to the International Space Station on STS-100 in April 2001. The 56-foot-long arm will be the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the Station. Its three segments comprise seven joints for highly flexible land precise movement, making it capable of moving around the Station’s exterior like an inchworm KSC-00pp1152

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (S...

The Canadian Space Agency’s Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) is lowered onto a test stand in the Space Station Processing Facility. At the test stand the SSRMS will be mated to its payload carrie... More

S100E5314 - STS-100 - Usachev explains the Russian segments of the ISS in Zvezda during STS-100's ingress

S100E5314 - STS-100 - Usachev explains the Russian segments of the ISS...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Expedition Two Mission Specialist / cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev uses a model to explain the Russian segments of the International Space Station (ISS) in t... More

Usachev explains the Russian segments of the ISS in Zvezda during STS-100's ingress

Usachev explains the Russian segments of the ISS in Zvezda during STS-...

S100-E-5314 (23 April 2001) --- Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two commander, holds a small-scale model of the International Space Station (ISS) that crewmembers use for planning purposes. A representat... More

Workers supervise the off-loading of segments of a Lockheed Martin Atlas II rocket at the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.; The rocket will be used to launch the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-M (GOES-M), the latest in the current series of advanced geostationary weather satellites in service.; GOES-M is being prepared for launch at the Astrotech Space Operations facility located in the Spaceport Florida Industrial Park in Titusville, Fla. The launch is scheduled for July 15 from Pad 36-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station KSC-01pp1041

Workers supervise the off-loading of segments of a Lockheed Martin Atl...

Workers supervise the off-loading of segments of a Lockheed Martin Atlas II rocket at the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.; The rocket will be used to launch the Geostationary Operational Environ... More

Workers supervise the off-loading of segments of a Lockheed Martin Atlas II rocket at the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.; The rocket will be used to launch the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-M (GOES-M), the latest in the current series of advanced geostationary weather satellites in service.; GOES-M is being prepared for launch at the Astrotech Space Operations facility located in the Spaceport Florida Industrial Park in Titusville, Fla. The launch is scheduled for July 15 from Pad 36-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station KSC-01pp1040

Workers supervise the off-loading of segments of a Lockheed Martin Atl...

Workers supervise the off-loading of segments of a Lockheed Martin Atlas II rocket at the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.; The rocket will be used to launch the Geostationary Operational Environ... More

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Tom Wiebusch, 100th Communications Squadron, Royal Air Force (RAF) Mildenhall, United Kingdom (UK), uses a laptop computer to edit video segments, while deployed at Sola Air Station, Norway, during Exercise STRONG RESOLVE 2002

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Tom Wiebusch, 100th Comm...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: STRONG RESOLVE 2002 Base: Sola Air Station Country: Norway (NOR) Scene Major Command Shown: USAFE Scene Camera Operator: SSG... More

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Sean Vickeire, USAF, 48th Medical Support Squadron (MDSS), 48th Fighter Wing (FW), Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, segments blood samples for testing at a later date. RAF Lakenheath hosts a blood-drive once every month, to help reach their mandatory monthly blood quota of 86 units

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Sean Vickeire, USAF, 48th Medical Support Squadr...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: RAF Lakenheath State: East Anglia Country: England / Great Britain (ENG) Scene Major Command Shown: USAFE Scene Camera Operator: SRA Joanna E. H... More

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Chris Eder, News Director, Detachment 9, Armed Forces News (AFN)-Eifel, edits news segments before airing them to members of the Spangdahlem Air Base (AB) community at the AFN studio located at the Bitburg Annex, Spangdahlem AB, Germany

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Chris Eder, News Director, D...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Spangdahlem Air Base State: Rheinland-Pfalz Country: Deutschland / Germany (DEU) Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Timothy Cook, USAF Release Status: ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  In the Space Station Processing Facility, a worker begins uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Integrated Equipment Assembly (IEA) will undergo inspections and verifications tests to prepare them for flight to the International Space Station in early 2004.  Although separate for now, the two segments will be integrated and fly as one on mission STS-119.  Together the two pieces weigh 26,000 pounds and measure 45 feet long.  The S6 is the 11th and final piece of the Station's Integrated Truss Structure, which will measure more than 300 feet in all.      . KSC-02pd1968

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facilit...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, a worker begins uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 In... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility,  workers begin uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Integrated Equipment Assembly (IEA) will undergo inspections and verifications tests to prepare them for flight to the International Space Station in early 2004.  Although separate for now, the two segments will be integrated and fly as one on mission STS-119.  Together the two pieces weigh 26,000 pounds and measure 45 feet long.  The S6 is the 11th and final piece of the Station's Integrated Truss Structure, which will measure more than 300 feet in all.      . KSC-02pd1970

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, workers begin uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Inte... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility,  workers begin uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Integrated Equipment Assembly (IEA) will undergo inspections and verifications tests to prepare them for flight to the International Space Station in early 2004.  Although separate for now, the two segments will be integrated and fly as one on mission STS-119.  Together the two pieces weigh 26,000 pounds and measure 45 feet long.  The S6 is the 11th and final piece of the Station's Integrated Truss Structure, which will measure more than 300 feet in all.      . KSC-02pd1969

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, workers begin uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Inte... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility,  workers finish uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Integrated Equipment Assembly (IEA) will undergo inspections and verifications tests to prepare them for flight to the International Space Station in early 2004.  Although separate for now, the two segments will be integrated and fly as one on mission STS-119.  Together the two pieces weigh 26,000 pounds and measure 45 feet long.  The S6 is the 11th and final piece of the Station's Integrated Truss Structure, which will measure more than 300 feet in all.      . KSC-02pd1972

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, workers finish uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Int... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility,  workers begin uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Integrated Equipment Assembly (IEA) will undergo inspections and verifications tests to prepare them for flight to the International Space Station in early 2004.  Although separate for now, the two segments will be integrated and fly as one on mission STS-119.  Together the two pieces weigh 26,000 pounds and measure 45 feet long.  The S6 is the 11th and final piece of the Station's Integrated Truss Structure, which will measure more than 300 feet in all.      . KSC-02pd1971

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, workers begin uncovering the Long Spacer (LS), the second and final piece of the S6 Integrated Truss Segment. Both the LS and the S6 Inte... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  The Space Infrared Telescope Facility is shrouded while workers install the base plate segments for the canister.  SIRTF will obtain images and spectra by detecting the infrared energy, or heat, radiated by objects in space. Most of this infrared radiation is blocked by the Earth's atmosphere and cannot be observed from the ground. Consisting of an 0.85-meter telescope and three cryogenically cooled science instruments, SIRTF is one of NASA's largest infrared telescopes to be launched. SIRTF is currently scheduled for launch aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Complex 17-B, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. KSC-03pd0934

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Space Infrared Telescope Facility is...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Space Infrared Telescope Facility is shrouded while workers install the base plate segments for the canister. SIRTF will obtain images and spectra by detecting the infrared en... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  The Space Infrared Telescope Facility is shrouded while workers install the base plate segments for the canister.  SIRTF will obtain images and spectra by detecting the infrared energy, or heat, radiated by objects in space. Most of this infrared radiation is blocked by the Earth's atmosphere and cannot be observed from the ground. Consisting of an 0.85-meter telescope and three cryogenically cooled science instruments, SIRTF is one of NASA's largest infrared telescopes to be launched. SIRTF is currently scheduled for launch aboard a Delta II rocket from Launch Complex 17-B, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. KSC-03pd0933

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Space Infrared Telescope Facility i...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Space Infrared Telescope Facility is shrouded while workers install the base plate segments for the canister. SIRTF will obtain images and spectra by detecting the infrared e... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Additional segments of the payload canister are ready for installation around the Space Infrared Telescope Facility (SIRTF).  SIRTF is currently scheduled for transportation to Launch Complex 17-B, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, and mating with the Delta II on or about April 4. KSC-03pd0966

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Additional segments of the payload canist...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Additional segments of the payload canister are ready for installation around the Space Infrared Telescope Facility (SIRTF). SIRTF is currently scheduled for transportation to Laun... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United Space Alliance, is fitted with a harness to test a vertical solid rocket booster propellant grain inspection technique.  Thon will be lowered inside a mockup of two segments of the SRBs.  The inspection of segments is required as part of safety analysis.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United Space Alliance, is fitted with a harness to test a vertical solid rocket booster propellant grain inspection technique. Thon will be lowere... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United Space Alliance, is fitted with a harness to test a vertical solid rocket booster propellant grain inspection technique.  Thon will be lowered inside a mockup of two segments of the SRBs.  The inspection of segments is required as part of safety analysis.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United Space Alliance, is fitted with a harness to test a vertical solid rocket booster propellant grain inspection technique. Thon will be lowere... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -  At the Rotation, Processing and Surge Facility stand a mockup of two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) being used to test the feasibility of a vertical SRB propellant grain inspection, required as part of safety analysis.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the Rotation, Processing and Surge Fa...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the Rotation, Processing and Surge Facility stand a mockup of two segments of a solid rocket booster (SRB) being used to test the feasibility of a vertical SRB propellant grain ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -    Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United Space Alliance, tests a technique for vertical solid rocket booster propellant grain inspection.  The inspection of segments is required as part of safety analysis.

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Jeff Thon, an SRB mechanic with United Space Alliance, tests a technique for vertical solid rocket booster propellant grain inspection. The inspection of segments is required as... More

The first of Ares 1-X Flight Segments, the US-2 being stacked onto the SSAS (Super Structure Assembly Stand).  This is the first formaiton of the Super Stack GRC-2008-C-00125

The first of Ares 1-X Flight Segments, the US-2 being stacked onto the...

The first of Ares 1-X Flight Segments, the US-2 being stacked onto the SSAS (Super Structure Assembly Stand). This is the first formaiton of the Super Stack

Interior Hardware Fabrication for Ares 1-X Segments GRC-2008-C-00275

Interior Hardware Fabrication for Ares 1-X Segments GRC-2008-C-00275

Interior Hardware Fabrication for Ares 1-X Segments

Interior Hardware Fabrication for Ares 1-X Segments GRC-2008-C-00272

Interior Hardware Fabrication for Ares 1-X Segments GRC-2008-C-00272

Interior Hardware Fabrication for Ares 1-X Segments

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