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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Orbiter Processing Facility?s bay 1, workers are ready to secure the orbiter boom sensor system on the starboard side of Atlantis?s payload bay for mission STS-117. The 50-foot-long boom attaches to the shuttle arm and provides equipment to inspect the shuttle's heat shield while in space. It contains an intensified television camera (ITVC) and a laser dynamic range imager, which are mounted on a pan and tilt unit, and a laser camera system (LCS) mounted on a stationary bracket. Mission STS-117 will carry the S3/S4 arrays for installation on the International Space Station. Launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis is scheduled for March. Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Orbiter Processing Facility's bay 1, workers prepare the orbiter boom sensor system for installation on the starboard side of Atlantis's payload bay for mission STS-117. The 50-foot-long boom attaches to the shuttle arm and provides equipment to inspect the shuttle's heat shield while in space. It contains an intensified television camera (ITVC) and a laser dynamic range imager, which are mounted on a pan and tilt unit, and a laser camera system (LCS) mounted on a stationary bracket. Mission STS-117 will carry the S3/S4 arrays for installation on the International Space Station. Launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis is scheduled for March. Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Orbiter Processing Facility?s bay 1, workers watch closely as the orbiter boom sensor system is lowered into place on the starboard side of Atlantis?s payload bay for mission STS-117. The 50-foot-long boom attaches to the shuttle arm and provides equipment to inspect the shuttle's heat shield while in space. It contains an intensified television camera (ITVC) and a laser dynamic range imager, which are mounted on a pan and tilt unit, and a laser camera system (LCS) mounted on a stationary bracket. Mission STS-117 will carry the S3/S4 arrays for installation on the International Space Station. Launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis is scheduled for March. Photo credit: NASA/Jack Pfaller
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STS-121 Shuttle Mission...
2006-08-16 0:0:0
 
Description STS121-319-004 (5 July 2006) --- The Laser Dynamic Range Imager (LDRI), Intensified Television Camera (ITVC) and Laser Camera System (LCS), located on the end of Space Shuttle Discovery's Remote Manipulator System/Orbiter Boom Sensor System (RMS/OBSS), is featured in this image photographed during STS-121 Flight Day 2 survey activities. The inspection included an examination of Discovery's nose cap and the reinforced carbon-carbon panels along the leading edge of the port and starboard wings, looking for any evidence of damage.
STS-121 Shuttle Mission...
2006-08-16 0:0:0
 
Description STS121-323-011 (8 July 2006) --- Astronauts Piers J. Sellers and Michael E. Fossum, STS-121 mission specialists, work in tandem on Space Shuttle Discovery's Remote Manipulator System/Orbiter Boom Sensor System (RMS/OBSS) during the mission's first scheduled session of extravehicular activity (EVA). Also visible on the OBSS are the Laser Dynamic Range Imager (LDRI), Intensified Television Camera (ITVC) and Laser Camera System (LCS).
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