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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Space Shuttle Columbia sits atop its Mobile Launcher Platform in the open doorway of the Vehicle Assembly Building. The Shuttle never left the VAB due to a steering problem on the crawler-transporter under the MLP. The problem was a faulty bearing in the steering linkage of Power Truck Drive D, which was detected before the C-T left the VAB. Rollout has been rescheduled for Jan. 24
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Operations and Checkout Building, members of the STS-110 crew take a break from checking equipment to pose for a photo: (from left) Mission Specialists Steven Smith, Rex Walheim, Jerry Ross and Lee Morin. Other crew members (not shown) are Commander Michael J. Bloomfield, Pilot Stephen N. Frick, and Mission Specialist Ellen Ochoa. Part of the payload on the mission is the Integrated Truss Structure S0. It is the center segment that they will be installing on the International Space Station, part of the 300-foot (91-meter) truss attached to the U.S. Lab. By assembly completion, four more truss segments will attach to either side of the S0 truss. STS-110 is currently scheduled to launch in April 2002
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Viewed from outside the Vehicle Assembly Building, the stack of external tank and solid rocket boosters on Columbia can be seen sitting atop the Mobile Launcher Platform. The Shuttle never left the VAB due to a steering problem on the crawler-transporter under the MLP. The problem was a faulty bearing in the steering linkage of Power Truck Drive D, which was detected before the C-T left the VAB. Rollout has been rescheduled for Jan. 24
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Space Shuttle Columbia sits atop its Mobile Launcher Platform in the open doorway of the Vehicle Assembly Building. The Shuttle never left the VAB due to a steering problem on the crawler-transporter under the MLP. The problem was a faulty bearing in the steering linkage of Power Truck Drive D, which was detected before the C-T left the VAB. Rollout has been rescheduled for Jan. 24
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-110 Mission Specialist Lee Morin looks over equipment that will be on the mission. Other crew members (not shown) are Commander Michael J. Bloomfield, Pilot Stephen N. Frick, and Mission Specialists Steven L. Smith, Ellen Ochoa and Rex J. Walheim. Part of the payload on the mission is the Integrated Truss Structure S0. It is the center segment that they will be installing on the International Space Station, part of the 300-foot (91-meter) truss attached to the U.S. Lab. By assembly completion, four more truss segments will attach to either side of the S0 truss. STS-110 is currently scheduled to launch in April 2002
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Operations and Checkout Building, members of the STS-110 crew check out equipment that will be on their mission. From left are Mission Specialists Steven Smith, Lee Morin, Jerry Ross and Rex Walheim. Other crew members (not shown) are Commander Michael J. Bloomfield, Pilot Stephen N. Frick, and Mission Specialist Ellen Ochoa. Part of the payload on the mission is the Integrated Truss Structure S0. It is the center segment that they will be installing on the International Space Station, part of the 300-foot (91-meter) truss attached to the U.S. Lab. By assembly completion, four more truss segments will attach to either side of the S0 truss. STS-110 is currently scheduled to launch in April 2002
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Operations and Checkout Building, members of the STS-110 crew check out equipment that will be on their mission. At center are Mission Specialists Jerry L. Ross and Lee Morin. Other crew members (not shown) are Commander Michael J. Bloomfield, Pilot Stephen N. Frick, and Mission Specialists Steven L. Smith, Ellen Ochoa and Rex J. Walheim. Part of the payload on the mission is the Integrated Truss Structure S0. It is the center segment that they will be installing on the International Space Station, part of the 300-foot (91-meter) truss attached to the U.S. Lab. By assembly completion, four more truss segments will attach to either side of the S0 truss. STS-110 is currently scheduled to launch in April 2002
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