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Umberto I from "Columbus and Isabella, the Immortals. A souvenir centennial poem"

Umberto I from "Columbus and Isabella, the Immortals. A souvenir cente...

This image has been taken from scan 000012 from "Columbus and Isabella, the Immortals. A souvenir centennial poem". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of t... More

Coney Island and the crowned heads / F. Graetz.

Coney Island and the crowned heads / F. Graetz.

Print shows Uncle Sam welcoming several heads of state labeled "Pan-Slavism, Nihilism, Socialism, Pauperism, Communism [represented by Marianne], Fenianism, Mormonism wearing a fez, [and] Spain" to a swim at Co... More

The peace of Europe is assured / Keppler, Jr.

The peace of Europe is assured / Keppler, Jr.

Print shows Alexander III, labeled "Russia", looking sternly at William II, labeled "Germany", who returns the glare, as they walk along a pathway away from a statue of "Peace", a female figure with wings, look... More

The "enfant ter[ri]ble" of Europe / J. Keppler.

The "enfant ter[ri]ble" of Europe / J. Keppler.

Print shows several European rulers standing next to signposts labeled "France, Turkey, England, Germany, Italy, Austria, [and] Russia" lining the sides of a dirt road, with "Servia" and "Roumania" in the backg... More

Forced to peddle, though he is rich / Dalrymple.

Forced to peddle, though he is rich / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam as a peddler offering "Bonds Sold For Gold" on a snowy street where he encounters a diminutive figure labeled "Canada" holding a paper labeled "Sound Currency System", she points to Uncle ... More

The European "concert" / J.S. Pughe.

The European "concert" / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows a crazed man representing the Czar of "Russia" sitting on a throne, manipulating marionettes that represent "France" (Felix Faure), "Austria" (Franz Joseph I), "Italy" (Umberto I), "Germany" (Willia... More

Celebrating July 4th, 1898 - "the triumph of the American battle-ship" / Keppler.

Celebrating July 4th, 1898 - "the triumph of the American battle-ship"...

Print shows a gleeful Uncle Sam sitting with John Bull, who is a sailor representing England, and six figures representing "Spain", "Italy" (Umberto I), "Austria" (Franz Joseph I), "France", Germany (William II... More

Another revelation of strength / J.S. Pughe.

Another revelation of strength / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows Uncle Sam standing on a wharf with five diminutive figures with attributes of the rulers of Austria (Franz Joseph I), Russia (Nicholas II), France (Felix Faure), Germany (William II), Italy (Umberto... More

Satisfying their curiosity / J.S. Pughe.

Satisfying their curiosity / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows John Bull sitting on a strong fortress representing England, with a telescope in one hand and strings attached to battleships in the other; on the edge of the continent are four figures representing... More

Waiting for the verdict / Dalrymple.

Waiting for the verdict / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam standing on the left, leaning against a wall beneath a sign that states "What Killed Spain? Inquest Now Going On"; at center is the body of "Spain" lying on a stretcher and draped with the... More

Our queer way / Dalrymple.

Our queer way / Dalrymple.

Print shows General William R. Shafter, larger than life, in Europe standing before the rulers of France (Felix Faure), Austria (Franz Joseph I), Germany (William II), Italy (Umberto I), and Russia (Nicholas II... More

Putting his foot down / J.S. Pughe.

Putting his foot down / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows Uncle Sam holding a "Trade Treaty with China", standing on a "Map of China" in the midst of foreign rulers labeled "Germany, Italy, England, Austria, Russia [and] France"; depicted are William II, U... More

[Sisters in sorrow]

[Sisters in sorrow]

Britannia, a draped female figure, extends her hand to a mourning, female figure of Italia, kneeling beside a casket. Matted with offprint for published version. No copyright information found with item. Publis... More

No chance to criticize / Dalrymple.

No chance to criticize / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam wearing a military uniform and holding a sword labeled "U.S.", sitting at a table on which is a small cake on a platter labeled "Cuba", with a decanter labeled "Philippine Islands" on the ... More

Gemona, Piazza Umberto 13.4.18.

Gemona, Piazza Umberto 13.4.18.

Teilweise handelt es sich um Aufnahmen, die nicht unmittelbar der Isonzofront zugeordnet werden können, sondern um Aufnahme aus den eroberten venetianischen Gebieten

[Umberto Nobile, full-length portrait, dressed in military uniform standing in a doorway with his dog, Titina]

[Umberto Nobile, full-length portrait, dressed in military uniform sta...

NYWT&S staff photo. New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress). On verso: Staff Heder(?).

Major Gen. Umberto Nobile greeted at City Hall by Mayor Walker (right) - they are standing at attention as the Star Spangled Banner is played / photo by staff photographer.

Major Gen. Umberto Nobile greeted at City Hall by Mayor Walker (right)...

NYWT&S staff photo. New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Kapitein Umerto Aebischa achter zijn bureau

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Kapitein Umberto Aebischa poseert in groot gala

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Kapitein Umerto Aebischa poseert in dagelijks tenue

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Kapitein Umberto Aebischa poseert in klein gala

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Kapitein Umberto Aebischa poseert in groot gala

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Kapitein van de Zwitserse Garde Umberto Aebischa in groot gala

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

Rome: De Pauselijke Zwitserse Garde in Vaticaanstad

V.l.n.r. commandant Georg von Sury d’Aspremont en kapitein Umberto Aebischa voor de regimentsvlag

T.T. races Assen. Umberto Masetti (winnaar 500 cc)

T.T. races Assen. Umberto Masetti (winnaar 500 cc)

T.T. races Assen. Umberto Masetti (winnaar 500 cc) in aktie

T.T. races Assen. Umberto Masetti (winnaar 500cc) (r)

T.T. races Assen. Umberto Masetti (winnaar 500cc) (r)

T.T. races Assen. Umberto Masetti (winnaar 500cc) (r) en Nello Pagani (l)

TT Assen 1952

TT Assen 1952

500 cc klasse. Geoff Duke (Norton, nr 1), daarachter Umberto Masetti (Gilera, nr. 10, winnaar)

TT Assen 1952

TT Assen 1952

Huldiging van Umberto Masetti (winnaar 500cc)

TT Assen 1952

TT Assen 1952

Huldiging van Umberto Masetti (winnaar 500cc)

TT Assen 1952

TT Assen 1952

Finish 500cc. Umberto Massini wint voor Geoff Dukke

TT Assen 1952

TT Assen 1952

500 cc klasse. Umberto Masetti (Gilera, nr. 10, winnaar) daarachter Geoff Duke (Norton, nr. 1),

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Fred van der Vlugt (rechts)

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Fred van der Vlugt (rechts)

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Fred van der Vlugt (rechts) en Umberto Agnelli tijdens de prijsuitreiking in het Hilton te Amsterdam

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Fred van der Vlugt (rechts)

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Fred van der Vlugt (rechts)

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Fred van der Vlugt (rechts) en Umberto Agnelli tijdens de prijsuitreiking in het Hilton te Amsterdam

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Links dr. Umberto Agnelli

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Links dr. Umberto Agnelli

Fiat 128 Auto van het Jaar. Links dr. Umberto Agnelli en dr. Dane Giacosa , ontwerper van de Fiat 128, ontvangen de trofee in Hilton Amsterdam

Italiaanse schrijver Umberto Eco

Italiaanse schrijver Umberto Eco

Italiaanse schrijver Umberto Eco

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; Umberto Eco (links)

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; Umberto Eco (links)

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; Umberto Eco (links) en minister Brinkman

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; Umberto Eco (links)

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; Umberto Eco (links)

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; Umberto Eco (links) en minister Brinkman

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; schrijver Umberto Eco

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; schrijver Umberto Eco

Boekenconferentie in Amsterdam; schrijver Umberto Eco

Official portrait of Payload Specialist Umberto Guidoni

Official portrait of Payload Specialist Umberto Guidoni

S96-00284 (January 1996) --- Astronaut Umberto Guidoni, mission specialist representing the Italian Space Agency (ASI).

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Space Station Processing Facility ceremony transferring the "Leonardo" Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM) from the Italian Space Agency, Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), to NASA. From left, they are astronaut Jim Voss, European Space Agency astronauts Umberto Guidoni of Italy and Christer Fuglesang of Sweden, NASA International Space Station Program Manager Randy Brinkley, NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin, ASI President Sergio De Julio and Stephen Francois, director, International Space Station Launch Site Support at KSC. The MPLM, a reusable logistics carrier, will be the primary delivery system used to resupply and return International Space Station cargo requiring a pressurized environment. Leonardo is the first of three MPLM carriers for the International Space Station. It is scheduled to be launched on Space Shuttle Mission STS-100, targeted for April 2000 KSC-98pc1776

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Spa...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Space Station Processing Facility ceremony transferring the "Leonardo" Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM) from the Italian Space Agency, Agen... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Space Station Processing Facility ceremony transferring the "Leonardo" Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM) from the Italian Space Agency, Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), to NASA. From left, they are astronaut Jim Voss, ASI President Sergio De Julio, European Space Agency astronaut Umberto Guidoni of Italy, NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin and European Space Agency astronaut Christer Fuglesang of Sweden. The MPLM, a reusable logistics carrier, will be the primary delivery system used to resupply and return International Space Station cargo requiring a pressurized environment. Leonardo is the first of three MPLM carriers for the International Space Station. It is scheduled to be launched on Space Shuttle Mission STS-100, targeted for April 2000 KSC-98pc1775

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Spa...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Space Station Processing Facility ceremony transferring the "Leonardo" Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM) from the Italian Space Agency, Agen... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Space Station Processing Facility ceremony transferring the "Leonardo" Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM) from the Italian Space Agency, Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), to NASA. From left, they are astronaut Jim Voss, ASI President Sergio De Julio, European Space Agency astronaut Umberto Guidoni of Italy, NASA Administrator Daniel S. Goldin and European Space Agency astronaut Christer Fuglesang of Sweden. The MPLM, a reusable logistics carrier, will be the primary delivery system used to resupply and return International Space Station cargo requiring a pressurized environment. Leonardo is the first of three MPLM carriers for the International Space Station. It is scheduled to be launched on Space Shuttle Mission STS-100, targeted for April 2000 KSC-98pc1774

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Spa...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Participants pose for a photo at the Space Station Processing Facility ceremony transferring the "Leonardo" Multipurpose Logistics Module (MPLM) from the Italian Space Agency, Agen... More

STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger and Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni (right), with the European Space Agency, pose for a photo during Crew Equipment Interface Test activities in the Space Station Processing Facility. Behind them is the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), also known as the Canadian arm, which is part of the payload on their mission. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station 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. The payload also includes the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Raffaello. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. Mission STS-100 is scheduled to launch April 19, 2001 KSC-00pp1452

STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger and Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni...

STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger and Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni (right), with the European Space Agency, pose for a photo during Crew Equipment Interface Test activities in the Space Station Processing F... More

A worker (left) in the Space Station Processing Facility explains use of the equipment in the foreground to STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni (center) and Commander Kent Rominger (right). Guidoni is with the European Space Agency. Mission STS-100, scheduled to launch April 19, 2001, will include the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Raffaello and the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) as its payload. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station for assembly KSC-00pp1453

A worker (left) in the Space Station Processing Facility explains use ...

A worker (left) in the Space Station Processing Facility explains use of the equipment in the foreground to STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni (center) and Commander Kent Rominger (right). Guidoni is wi... More

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni (left) and Commander Kent Rominger (center back), along with two workers, take a close look at equipment on the floor. Guidoni is with the European Space Agency. Mission STS-100, scheduled to launch April 19, 2001, will include the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Raffaello and the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) as its payload. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station for assembly KSC-00pp1454

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Mission Specialist U...

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni (left) and Commander Kent Rominger (center back), along with two workers, take a close look at equipment on the floor. Guidon... More

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger (left) tries out a piece of equipment while a worker (center) gives directions. Looking on at right is Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni, with the European Space Agency. Mission STS-100, scheduled to launch April 19, 2001, will include Raffaello as well as the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) as its payload. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station for assembly KSC-00pp1459

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Commander Kent Romin...

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger (left) tries out a piece of equipment while a worker (center) gives directions. Looking on at right is Mission Specialist Umberto Guidon... More

With workers looking on, STS-100 crew members check out equipment inside the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello, located in the Space Station Processing Facility. Standing at center is Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni, with the European Space Agency. Kneeling at right is Commander Kent Rominger. Mission STS-100, scheduled to launch April 19, 2001, will include Raffaello as well as the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) as its payload. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station for assembly KSC-00pp1458

With workers looking on, STS-100 crew members check out equipment insi...

With workers looking on, STS-100 crew members check out equipment inside the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello, located in the Space Station Processing Facility. Standing at center is Mission Specialist ... More

With workers at left looking on, STS-100 crew members check out equipment inside the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello, located in the Space Station Processing Facility. At right is Commander Kent Rominger; to his left in the photo is Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni, with the European Space Agency. Mission STS-100, scheduled to launch April 19, 2001, will include Raffaello as well as the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) as its payload. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station for assembly KSC-00pp1457

With workers at left looking on, STS-100 crew members check out equipm...

With workers at left looking on, STS-100 crew members check out equipment inside the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello, located in the Space Station Processing Facility. At right is Commander Kent Roming... More

With workers (far left and far right) looking on, STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger tries out a piece of equipment while Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni (leaning over) watches. Guidoni is with the European Space Agency. Mission STS-100, scheduled to launch April 19, 2001, will include Raffaello as well as the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) as its payload. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station for assembly KSC-00pp1460

With workers (far left and far right) looking on, STS-100 Commander Ke...

With workers (far left and far right) looking on, STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger tries out a piece of equipment while Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni (leaning over) watches. Guidoni is with the European Spa... More

STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger and Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, look over the inside of Raffaello, a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. Mission STS-100, scheduled to launch April 19, 2001, will include Raffaello as well as the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) as its payload. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station for assembly KSC-00pp1456

STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger and Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni...

STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger and Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, look over the inside of Raffaello, a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. Mission STS-100, scheduled to ... More

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger and Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, look over equipment on the floor. Mission STS-100, scheduled to launch April 19, 2001, will include the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Raffaello and the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) as its payload. MPLMs are pressurized modules that will serve as the International Space Station's “moving vans,” carrying laboratory racks filled with equipment, experiments and supplies to and from the station aboard the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is the primary means of transferring payloads between the orbiter payload bay and the International Space Station for assembly KSC-00pp1455

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Commander Kent Romin...

In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-100 Commander Kent Rominger and Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, look over equipment on the floor. Mission STS-100, schedu... More

Dressed in protective clothing, STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield looks at equipment in the payload bay of orbiter Endeavour during a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT). Other crew members at KSC for the CEIT are Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency. Endeavour is also carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0545

Dressed in protective clothing, STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfi...

Dressed in protective clothing, STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield looks at equipment in the payload bay of orbiter Endeavour during a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT). Other crew members at KSC for ... More

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger checks out the windshield in orbiter Endeavour. Other crew members at KSC for the CEIT are Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, who is with the Canadian Space Agency, Scott Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The orbiter is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0540

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, STS-100 Commande...

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger checks out the windshield in orbiter Endeavour. Other crew members at KSC for the CEIT are Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mis... More

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left) and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, look over equipment that will be used during their mission. They are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, along with other crew members Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, who is with the Canadian Space Agency, John L. Phillips and Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency. The orbiter is also carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0549

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left) and Yuri Lonchakov...

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left) and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, look over equipment that will be used during their mission. They are taking part in a C... More

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, members of the STS-100 crew look over the payload in Endeavour during a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC. Lowered into the payload bay, they are looking at the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS. The crew comprises Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, who is with the Canadian Space Agency, Scott Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The orbiter is also carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS will be attached to the Space Station to aid in assembling future components. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0542

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, members of the STS-100 crew ...

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, members of the STS-100 crew look over the payload in Endeavour during a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC. Lowered into the payload bay, they are looking at t... More

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski and Chris Hadfield look at the reel tether on the crew compartment hatch. They are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) along with other crew members Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. Endeavour is also carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0548

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski and Chris Hadfield look a...

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski and Chris Hadfield look at the reel tether on the crew compartment hatch. They are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) along with other crew member... More

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, members of the STS-100 crew get a look at the payload inside Endeavour. Stretching the length of the payload bay is the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, that they will be attaching to the Space Station for use in assembling future components. . The crew, who are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT), comprises Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, who is with the Canadian Space Agency, Scott Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. Endeavour is also carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0546

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, members of the STS-100 crew ...

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, members of the STS-100 crew get a look at the payload inside Endeavour. Stretching the length of the payload bay is the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, that they will be a... More

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, STS-100 Mission Specialist Scott Parazynski (left, foreground) and Chris Hadfield (right, foreground) look over the docking mechanism in payload bay of Endeavour. They are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) along with other crew members Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. Endeavour is also carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0547

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, STS-100 Mission Specialist S...

In the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, STS-100 Mission Specialist Scott Parazynski (left, foreground) and Chris Hadfield (right, foreground) look over the docking mechanism in payload bay of Endeavour. They ... More

Members of the STS-100 crew check out Endeavour inside the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2. In their blue uniforms, they are (front to back) Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeff rey S. Ashby, and Mission Specialists Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency, and Chris Hadfield, who is with the Canadian Space Agency. Other crew members at KSC for the CEIT are Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski and Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency. Endeavour is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0539

Members of the STS-100 crew check out Endeavour inside the Orbiter Pro...

Members of the STS-100 crew check out Endeavour inside the Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2. In their blue uniforms, they are (front to back) Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeff rey S. Ashby, and Mission Sp... More

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, STS-100 Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby checks out the windshield in orbiter Endeavour. Other crew members at KSC for the CEIT are Commander Kent V. Rominger and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, who is with the Canadian Space Agency, Scott Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The orbiter is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0541

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, STS-100 Pilot Je...

During a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, STS-100 Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby checks out the windshield in orbiter Endeavour. Other crew members at KSC for the CEIT are Commander Kent V. Rominger and Mis... More

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left) and Chris Hadfield (right), who is with the Canadian Space Agency, look over equipment that will be used during their mission. They are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, along with other crew members Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The orbiter is also carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0543

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left) and Chris Hadfield...

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left) and Chris Hadfield (right), who is with the Canadian Space Agency, look over equipment that will be used during their mission. They are taking part in a Crew ... More

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left), Chris Hadfield (center), who is with the Canadian Space Agency, and John L. Phillips look over equipment that will be used during their mission. They are taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at KSC, along with other crew members Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Umberto Guidoni, who is with the European Space Agency, and Yuri Lonchakov, who is with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The orbiter is also carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0544

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left), Chris Hadfield (c...

STS-100 Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski (left), Chris Hadfield (center), who is with the Canadian Space Agency, and John L. Phillips look over equipment that will be used during their mission. They are tak... More

STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield smiles for the camera during suitup in the Operations and Checkout Building. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri Lonchakov are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0593

STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield smiles for the camera during...

STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield smiles for the camera during suitup in the Operations and Checkout Building. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission ... More

STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri Lonchakov are going to be taking part in emergency escape training at the pad, equipment familiarization and a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0588

STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield arrives at KSC for Terminal ...

STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Speciali... More

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Yuri V. Lonchakov okays the adjustment of his launch suit. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips and Umberto Guidoni are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0598

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Yu...

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Yuri V. Lonchakov okays the adjustment of his launch suit. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and ... More

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni has his launch suit adjusted. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips and Yuri V. Lonchakov are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0597

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Um...

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni has his launch suit adjusted. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Speci... More

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski smiles for the camera during suit fit and check. Parazynski and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri V. Lonchakov are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0596

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Sc...

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski smiles for the camera during suit fit and check. Parazynski and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jef... More

In the Operations and Checkout Building, a suit technician adjusts the helmet of STS-100 Mission Specialist John L. Phillips. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri V. Lonchakovare taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0599

In the Operations and Checkout Building, a suit technician adjusts the...

In the Operations and Checkout Building, a suit technician adjusts the helmet of STS-100 Mission Specialist John L. Phillips. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and M... More

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield gets his launch suit adjusted by a suit technician. Hadfield and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri Lonchakov are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0595

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Ch...

In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-100 Mission Specialist Chris Hadfield gets his launch suit adjusted by a suit technician. Hadfield and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey... More

STS-100 Mission Specialist Yuri Lonchakov arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, and Umberto Guidoni are going to be taking part in emergency escape training at the pad, equipment familiarization and a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0589

STS-100 Mission Specialist Yuri Lonchakov arrives at KSC for Terminal ...

STS-100 Mission Specialist Yuri Lonchakov arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Speciali... More

STS-100 Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski is questioned by a suit technician about the fit of his helmet and suit. Parazynski and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri Lonchakov are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0594

STS-100 Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski is questioned by a suit...

STS-100 Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski is questioned by a suit technician about the fit of his helmet and suit. Parazynski and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and... More

STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger climbs out of the T-38 jet aircraft on his arrival at KSC. He and the rest of the crew Pilot Jeff Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri Lonchakov are going to take part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0586

STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger climbs out of the T-38 jet aircraft...

STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger climbs out of the T-38 jet aircraft on his arrival at KSC. He and the rest of the crew Pilot Jeff Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Ph... More

STS-100 Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri Lonchakov are going to be taking part in emergency escape training at the pad, equipment familiarization and a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0587

STS-100 Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown D...

STS-100 Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, Scott E. Parazy... More

The STS-100 crew poses for a photo after landing at the Shuttle Landing Facility. They are at KSC to take part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. Standing, left to right, are Mission Specialists Yuri Lonchakov, John Phillips, Umberto Guidoni; Pilot Jeff Ashby; Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield and Scott Parazynski; and Commander Kent Rominger. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0591

The STS-100 crew poses for a photo after landing at the Shuttle Landin...

The STS-100 crew poses for a photo after landing at the Shuttle Landing Facility. They are at KSC to take part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a... More

STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, and Yuri Lonchakov are going to be taking part in emergency escape training at the pad, equipment familiarization and a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0590

STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni arrives at KSC for Terminal...

STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni arrives at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. He and the rest of the crew Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Special... More

STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger (left) gets a review of equipment during suitup in the Operations and Checkout Building. He and the rest of the crew Pilot Jeff Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri Lonchakov are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, from emergency escape training at the pad to a simulated launch countdown. An international crew, Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex and has a unique ability to switch ends as it works, “inchworming” along the Station’s exterior. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0592

STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger (left) gets a review of equipment d...

STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger (left) gets a review of equipment during suitup in the Operations and Checkout Building. He and the rest of the crew Pilot Jeff Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris Hadfield, S... More

Members of the STS-100 crew, dressed in protective clothing, take a closer look at part of the mission payload, the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, which is on a workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility. From left are Mission Specialists John L. Phillips, Yuri V. Lonchakov, Umberto Guidoni, and Chris A. Hadfield. Lonchakov is with the Russian Space and Aviation Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency, and Hadfield the Canadian Space Agency. The arm is 57.7 feet (17.6 meters) long when fully extended and has seven motorized joints. It is capable of handling large payloads and assisting with docking the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is self-relocatable with a Latching End Effector, so it can be attached to complementary ports spread throughout the Station’s exterior surfaces. Mission STS-100 is scheduled to launch on Space Shuttle Endeavour April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A, KSC, with a crew of seven. Other crew members are Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski KSC01pp0753

Members of the STS-100 crew, dressed in protective clothing, take a cl...

Members of the STS-100 crew, dressed in protective clothing, take a closer look at part of the mission payload, the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, which is on a workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility.... More

The STS-100 crew gathers at the bus when Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities are hampered by the rain. Standing with the bus driver, from left, are Mission Specialist John L. Phillips, Commander Kent V. Rominger, Mission Specialists Umberto Guidoni, Chris Hadfield, [driver], and Scott E. Parazynski, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialist Yuri V. Lonchakov. TCDT includes emergency escape training at the pad and a simulated launch countdown. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0614

The STS-100 crew gathers at the bus when Terminal Countdown Demonstrat...

The STS-100 crew gathers at the bus when Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities are hampered by the rain. Standing with the bus driver, from left, are Mission Specialist John L. Phillips, Commander Ke... More

Members of the STS-100 crew, dressed in protective clothing, take a look at part of the mission payload, the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, from the top of a workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility. From left are Mission Specialists John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri V. Lonchakov. Guidoni is with the European Space Agency and Lonchakov is with the Russian Space and Aviation Agency. The arm is 57.7 feet (17.6 meters) long when fully extended and has seven motorized joints. It is capable of handling large payloads and assisting with docking the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is self-relocatable with a Latching End Effector, so it can be attached to complementary ports spread throughout the Station’s exterior surfaces. Mission STS-100 is scheduled to launch on Space Shuttle Endeavour April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A, KSC, with a crew of seven. Other crew members are Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski and Chris A. Hadfield, who is with the Canadian Space Agency KSC01pp0754

Members of the STS-100 crew, dressed in protective clothing, take a lo...

Members of the STS-100 crew, dressed in protective clothing, take a look at part of the mission payload, the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, from the top of a workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility. Fr... More

KSC’s PAO videographer, Glenn Benson (left) listens to STS-100 Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby explain use of the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS (left), in the Space Station Processing Facility. At right is Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni. The STS-100 crew is at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities that include emergency escape training at the pad and a simulated launch countdown. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0617

KSC’s PAO videographer, Glenn Benson (left) listens to STS-100 Pilot J...

KSC’s PAO videographer, Glenn Benson (left) listens to STS-100 Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby explain use of the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS (left), in the Space Station Processing Facility. At right is Mission Special... More

Members of the STS-100 crew look at part of the mission payload, the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, which is on a workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility. Standing, from left, are Mission Specialists Yuri V. Lonchakov, Umberto Guidoni, John L. Phillips and Chris A. Hadfield. Lonchakov is with the Russian Space and Aviation Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency, and Hadfield the Canadian Space Agency. The arm is 57.7 feet (17.6 meters) long when fully extended and has seven motorized joints. It is capable of handling large payloads and assisting with docking the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is self-relocatable with a Latching End Effector, so it can be attached to complementary ports spread throughout the Station’s exterior surfaces. Mission STS-100 is scheduled to launch on Space Shuttle Endeavour April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A, KSC, with a crew of seven. Other crew members are Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski KSC01pp0752

Members of the STS-100 crew look at part of the mission payload, the C...

Members of the STS-100 crew look at part of the mission payload, the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, which is on a workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility. Standing, from left, are Mission Specialists Y... More

One of the STS-100 crew members looks at part of the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, which is on a workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility. The arm is 57.7 feet (17.6 meters) long when fully extended and has seven motorized joints. It is capable of handling large payloads and assisting with docking the Space Shuttle. The SSRMS is self-relocatable with a Latching End Effector, so it can be attached to complementary ports spread throughout the Station’s exterior surfaces. Mission STS-100 is scheduled to launch on Space Shuttle Endeavour April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A, KSC, with a crew of seven. The crew comprises Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri V. Lonchakov. Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni the European Space Agency and Lonchakov the Russian Space and Aviation Agency KSC01pp0755

One of the STS-100 crew members looks at part of the Canadian robotic ...

One of the STS-100 crew members looks at part of the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, which is on a workstand in the Space Station Processing Facility. The arm is 57.7 feet (17.6 meters) long when fully extended an... More

In the White Room, Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski (left) and Umberto Guidoni (right) help Yuri V. Lonchakov exit Endeavour. They and the rest of the crew are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities that include emergency escape training at the pad and the simulated launch countdown. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0621

In the White Room, Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski (left) and ...

In the White Room, Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski (left) and Umberto Guidoni (right) help Yuri V. Lonchakov exit Endeavour. They and the rest of the crew are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstra... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-100 crew poses for a photo on the 195-foot level of Launch Pad 39A’s Fixed Service Structure. Standing, from left, are Mission Specialists Scott Umberto Guidoni, Scott E. Parazynski, Chris A. Hadfield, Yuri V. Lonchakov, and John L. Phillips; Commander Kent V. Rominger; and Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby. Hadfield is with the Canadian Space Agency, Guidoni with the European Space Agency and Lonchakov with the Russian Aviation and Space Agency. Behind them can be seen the tip of one white solid rocket booster and the orange external tank. The STS-100 mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0627

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-100 crew poses for a photo on th...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-100 crew poses for a photo on the 195-foot level of Launch Pad 39A’s Fixed Service Structure. Standing, from left, are Mission Specialists Scott Umberto Guidoni, Scott E. P... More

The STS-100 crew strides out of the Operations and Checkout Building on their way to the Astrovan and Launch Pad 39A. From front to back are Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Commander Kent V. Rominger; Mission Specialists Yuri V. Lonchakov and Chris A. Hadfield, Umberto Guidoni and John L. Phillips, with Scott E. Parazynski waving at the rear. At the pad they will take part in a simulated launch countdown. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0619

The STS-100 crew strides out of the Operations and Checkout Building o...

The STS-100 crew strides out of the Operations and Checkout Building on their way to the Astrovan and Launch Pad 39A. From front to back are Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Commander Kent V. Rominger; Mission Specia... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- STS-100 Mission Specialists Umberto Guidoni (left), Scott E. Parazynski (center) and Chris A. Hadfield (right) conclude emergency escape training at Launch Pad 39A. Parazynski gets help with his helmet. The crew is taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities that also include a simulated launch countdown. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0626

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- STS-100 Mission Specialists Umberto Guid...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- STS-100 Mission Specialists Umberto Guidoni (left), Scott E. Parazynski (center) and Chris A. Hadfield (right) conclude emergency escape training at Launch Pad 39A. Parazynski gets... More

The STS-100 crew pauses for a photo before walkout and the ride to Launch Pad 39A for a simulated countdown. Standing, from left, are Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski, Umberto Guidoni, John L. Phillips, Yuri V. Lonchakov and Chris A. Hadfield; Commander Kent V. Rominger; and Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby. The STS-100 crew is at KSC for Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities that include emergency escape training at the pad and the simulated launch countdown. The mission is carrying the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello and the SSRMS, to the International Space Station. Raffaello carries six system racks and two storage racks for the U.S. Lab. The SSRMS is crucial to the continued assembly of the orbiting complex. Launch of mission STS-100 is scheduled for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0618

The STS-100 crew pauses for a photo before walkout and the ride to Lau...

The STS-100 crew pauses for a photo before walkout and the ride to Launch Pad 39A for a simulated countdown. Standing, from left, are Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski, Umberto Guidoni, John L. Phillips, ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --  The STS-100 crew gathers on the 195-foot level of the Fixed Service Structure for slidewire basket training. The baskets are part of an emergency escape system from the orbiter and the pad. Seen, from left, are Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby; Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Yuri V. Lonchakov, Scott E. Parazynski and Umberto Guidoni; Commander Kent V. Rominger; and on the right, Mission Specialist John L. Phillips. The training is part of Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, which also include payload walkdown and a simulated launch countdown. The primary payload on mission STS-100 comprises the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, and Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, Raffaello. Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-100 is targeted for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0771

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-100 crew gathers on the 195-foo...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-100 crew gathers on the 195-foot level of the Fixed Service Structure for slidewire basket training. The baskets are part of an emergency escape system from the orbiter an... More

Before beginning training on the M-113 armored carrier they are sitting on, the STS-100 crew pauses for a group photo. Seen, from left, are Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Yuri V. Lonchakov, John L. Phillips, and Scott E. Parazynski; Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby; Mission Specialist Umberto guidoni; and Commander Kent V. Rominger. They are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, which include emergency escape training, payload walkdown and a simulated launch countdown. The primary payload on mission STS-100 comprises the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, and Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, Raffaello. Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-100 is targeted for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0773

Before beginning training on the M-113 armored carrier they are sittin...

Before beginning training on the M-113 armored carrier they are sitting on, the STS-100 crew pauses for a group photo. Seen, from left, are Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Yuri V. Lonchakov, John L. Phi... More

Driving an M-113 armored carrier, STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger kicks up dust. Passengers include the rest of the crew, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynski, John L. Phillips, Umberto Guidoni and Yuri V. Lonchakov. Driving the tracked vehicle is part of Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, which include emergency escape training, payload walkdown and a simulated launch countdown. The primary payload on mission STS-100 comprises the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, and Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, Raffaello. Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-100 is targeted for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0778

Driving an M-113 armored carrier, STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger k...

Driving an M-113 armored carrier, STS-100 Commander Kent V. Rominger kicks up dust. Passengers include the rest of the crew, Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby and Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield, Scott E. Parazynsk... More

Ready to take the wheel on the M-113 armored carrier is STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni. He and the rest of the crew are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, which include emergency escape training, payload walkdown and a simulated launch countdown. The tracked vehicle could be used by the crew in the event of an emergency at the pad during which the crew must make a quick exit from the area. The primary payload on mission STS-100 comprises the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, and Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, Raffaello. Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-100 is targeted for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0776

Ready to take the wheel on the M-113 armored carrier is STS-100 Missio...

Ready to take the wheel on the M-113 armored carrier is STS-100 Mission Specialist Umberto Guidoni. He and the rest of the crew are taking part in Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities, which includ... More

The crew on mission STS-100 poses in the White Room during Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. Standing, from left, are Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski, Yuri Lonchakov, and Umberto Guidoni; Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby; Commander Kent V. Rominger; and Mission Specialists Chris A. Hadfield and John L. Phillips. The TCDT includes emergency escape training, payload bay walkdown, and a simulated launch countdown. The primary payload comprises the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, and Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, Raffaello. Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-100 is targeted for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC-01pp0770

The crew on mission STS-100 poses in the White Room during Terminal Co...

The crew on mission STS-100 poses in the White Room during Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities. Standing, from left, are Mission Specialists Scott E. Parazynski, Yuri Lonchakov, and Umberto Guidon... More

The STS-100 crew poses for a photo after their arrival at KSC to complete Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities that were postponed earlier. Standing, from left, are Commander Kent V. Rominger; Mission Specialists Umberto Guidoni, John L. Phillips, Chris A. Hadfield and Yuri V. Lonchakov; Pilot Jeffrey S. Ashby; and Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski. An international crew, Guidoni is with the European Space Agency, Hadfield the Canadian Space Agency, and Lonchakov the Russian Space and Aviation Agency. The TCDT includes emergency escape training, payload bay walkdown, and a simulated launch countdown. The primary payload comprises the Canadian robotic arm, SSRMS, and Multi-Purpose Logistics Module, Raffaello. Launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour on mission STS-100 is targeted for April 19 at 2:41 p.m. EDT from Launch Pad 39A KSC01pp0765

The STS-100 crew poses for a photo after their arrival at KSC to compl...

The STS-100 crew poses for a photo after their arrival at KSC to complete Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test activities that were postponed earlier. Standing, from left, are Commander Kent V. Rominger; Miss... More

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