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Space Station Photo Op
Space Station Photo Op
3/26/09
NASA
 
Year 2009
STS-119 Crew Presents Montage to President Obama
STS-119 Crew Presents M...
5/1/09
NASA
 
Year 2009
STS-119 Crew Presents Montage to President Obama
STS-119 Crew Presents M...
5/1/09
NASA
 
Year 2009
Group photo of the 1996 ASCAN class
Group photo of the 1996...
 
STS-100 ETA Airlock Crew Training Phillips
STS-100 ETA Airlock Cre...
03/15/01
 
Year 2001
STS-100 ETA Airlock Crew Training Phillips
STS-100 ETA Airlock Cre...
03/15/01
 
Year 2001
STS-100 Mission Lifts off Aboard Endeavour
STS-100 Mission Lifts o...
2001-04-19
 
STS-100 Mission Lifts Off Aboard Endeavor
STS-100 Mission Lifts O...
2001-04-19
 
3D International Space Station
3D International Space ...
Destiny
John Phillips
 
Media Type Image
International Space Sta...
2005-02-09 0:0:0
 
Description ISS011-S-001 (January 2005) --- The emblem of the eleventh expedition to the International Space Station (ISS) emphasizes the roles of the United States and the Russian Federation in the multinational ISS partnership. The two rocket plumes, in the style of the flags of these two nations, represent the Russian Soyuz vehicles and the American Space Shuttles. The ISS image shows the configuration of the orbiting Station at the start of the expedition, with docked Soyuz and Progress vehicles and the huge American solar panels. The names of the two crew members are shown on the margin of the patch. ISS Commander Sergei Krikalev and John Phillips, NASA ISS science officer and flight engineer, are expected to launch on a Soyuz vehicle and to be in orbit during the return to flight of the Space Shuttle. The crew explains, ?The beauty of our home planet and the vivid contrasts of the space environment are shown by the blue and green Earth with the Space Station orbiting overhead, and by the bright stars, dark sky, and dazzling sun.?
International Space Sta...
2005-06-29 0:0:0
 
Description ISS011-E-09646 (27 June 2005) --- Lightning was the suspected cause of this giant wildfire, raging through an area northeast of Phoenix on Monday. This picture, taken shortly after 9 a.m. (CDT), is one of a series of images photographed by Astronaut John Phillips, Expedition 11 flight engineer and NASA ISS science officer, aboard the orbiting complex, flying at an altitude of 220 miles.
International Space Sta...
2005-06-29 0:0:0
 
Description ISS011-E-09647 (27 June 2005) --- Lightning was the suspected cause of this giant wildfire, raging through an area northeast of Phoenix on Monday. This picture, taken shortly after 9 a.m. (CDT), is one of a series of images photographed by Astronaut John Phillips, Expedition 11 flight engineer and NASA ISS science officer, aboard the orbiting complex, flying at an altitude of 220 miles.
International Space Sta...
2005-06-29 0:0:0
 
Description ISS011-E-09649 (27 June 2005) --- Lightning was the suspected cause of this giant wildfire, raging through an area northeast of Phoenix on Monday. This picture, taken shortly after 9 a.m. (CDT), is one of a series of images photographed by Astronaut John Phillips, Expedition 11 flight engineer and NASA ISS science officer, aboard the orbiting complex, flying at an altitude of 220 miles.
International Space Sta...
2005-07-01 0:0:0
 
Description ISS011-E-09878 (30 June 2005) --- The Expedition 11 crew aboard the International Space Station flexes the robotic arm, Canadarm2, while flying approximately 225 miles above Cape Horn. Onboard are crewmembers, cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev of Russia's Federal Space Agency, commander, and astronaut John Phillips, NASA Space Station science officer and flight engineer.
International Space Sta...
2005-07-29 0:0:0
 
Description ISS011-E-11074 (28 July 2005) --- This is an image taken by International Space Station (ISS) NASA Science Officer and Flight Engineer John Phillips of the Space Shuttle Discovery as it approached the Station and peformed a backflip to allow photography of its heat shield. Phillips used a 400 mm lens for this photo. Discovery was about 600 feet from the Station. Station Commander Sergei Krikalev and Phillips took photos for about a minute and a half as Discovery Commander Eileen Collins guided the spacecraft through the flip. Krikalvev used an 800 mm lens. The photos will be analyzed by engineers on the ground as additional data to evaluate the condition of Discovery's heat shield.
STS-114 Shuttle Mission...
2005-08-18 0:0:0
 
Description ISS011-E-11084 (28 July 2005) Discovery was about 600 feet from the International Space Station (ISS) when Station Commander Sergei Krikalev and Station NASA Science Officer and Flight Enginner John Phillips took photos for about a minute and a half as Discovery Commander Eileen Collins guided the spacecraft through the flip. Krikalvev used an 800 mm lens. The photos will be analyzed by engineers on the ground as additional data to evaluate the condition of Discovery's heat shield.
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