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View of STS-118 CDR Kelly in the MDDK of Endeavour
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View of Hobaugh exercising on the CEVIS during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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Kelly in the MDDK during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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08/17/07
 
Kelly in the MDDK during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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View of Kelly posing for a photo in the FD during STS-118
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2007
 
View of Kelly posing for a photo in the MDDK during STS-118
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2007
 
View of Kelly and Caldwell working in the MDDK during STS-118
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2007
 
View of Kelly and Caldwell working in the MDDK during STS-118
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View of Kelly posing for a photo in the MDDK during STS-118
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2007
 
View of Hobaugh and Kelly posing for a photo on the FD during STS-118
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2007
 
View of Kelly working in the FD during STS-118
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View of STS-118 / Expedition 15 Crewmembers in the U.S. Laboratory
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2007
 
View of Kelly and Yurchikhin posing together during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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08/10/07
 
View of Kelly during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, Houston -- S99-05705 -- Astronaut Scott Kelly, commander
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During a tour of KSC, former President Jimmy Carter is shown packages of food that are used on the International Space Station. Astronaut Scott Kelly (far left) relates how the food is prepared and how it tastes. Behind and to the left of Carter is Tip Talone, director of Payload Processing, International Space Station. At the far right is Ron Woods, a technician in the Flight Crew Equipment Facility
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly is seen during Crew Equipment Interface Test activities in the Space Station Processing Facility. The mission to the International Space Station will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, which will be attached to the station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Columbia is scheduled for Nov. 13, 2003.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly (left) and Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan (center) are briefed on equipment during Crew Equipment Interface Test activities. The mission to the International Space Station will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, which will be attached to the station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Columbia is scheduled for Nov. 13, 2003.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly holds a camera during training in the Space Station Processing Facility. He and other crew members are at KSC to become familiar with equipment for their mission. The mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch date is under review.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- As master of ceremonies, Center Director Jim Kennedy opens the event at the KSC Visitor Complex launching the new Florida quarter. On stage with him are (left to right) astronaut Scott Kelly, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, U.S. Mint Director Henrietta Holsman Fore, Deputy Secretary of the Treasury Samuel W. Bodman and NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe. The quarter celebrates Florida as a destination for explorers in the past, a launch site for future explorers into space and an inviting place for visitors today.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, members of the STS-118 crew learn important information from technicians about the control moment gyro (CMG) in front of them that is part of the payload on their mission. At left is Commander Scott Kelly; at right is Mission Specialist Tracy Caldwell. The CMG will replace a faulty one on the International Space Station. The payload also includes the SPACEHAB single cargo module, the third starboard truss segment (ITS S5) and the external stowage platform 3 (ESP3). STS-118 is targeted to launch June 28 from Launch Pad 39A. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, members of the STS-118 crew look over the control moment gyro (CMG) that is part of the payload on their mission. At left is Commander Scott Kelly; at right is Mission Specialist Tracy Caldwell. The CMG will replace a faulty one on the International Space Station. The payload also includes the SPACEHAB single cargo module, the third starboard truss segment (ITS S5) and the external stowage platform 3 (ESP3). STS-118 is targeted to launch June 28 from Launch Pad 39A. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During crew equipment interface test activities at KSC, STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly checks out the midbody of orbiter Endeavour, which is in Orbiter Processing Facility bay 3. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, as well as the SPACEHAB single cargo module filled with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for Aug. 9. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, during crew equipment interface test activities, STS-118 crew members get a close look at the orbiter boom sensor system in Endeavour's payload bay. At center are Commander Scott Kelly and Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, as well as the SPACEHAB single cargo module filled with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for Aug. 9. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In Endeavour's payload bay in Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2, STS-118 crew members get a close look at components in the bay. In front, at right, is Commander Scott Kelly. Behind him is Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan. They and other crew members are at KSC for crew equipment interface test activities. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, as well as the SPACEHAB single cargo module filled with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for Aug. 9. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During crew equipment interface test activities at KSC, STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly checks the cockpit windshield of orbiter Endeavour, which is in Orbiter Processing Facility bay 3. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, as well as the SPACEHAB single cargo module filled with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for Aug. 9. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During crew equipment interface test activities at KSC, STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly checks for sharp edges on the port cockpit window of orbiter Endeavour, which is in Orbiter Processing Facility bay 3. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, as well as the SPACEHAB single cargo module filled with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for Aug. 9. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew arrives at Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility to prepare for launch on Aug. 8 aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour. From left are Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charlie Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Tracy Caldwell, Rick Mastracchio, Dave Williams (with the Canadian Space Agency), Barbara Morgan and Alvin Drew. Endeavour's STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5. Other payloads include the SPACEHAB module, making its last voyage, and the external stowage platform 3 with a control moment gyroscope on it. The flight will include at least three spacewalks. The crew will also debut a new system that enables docked shuttles to draw electrical power from the station to extend visits to the outpost. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew arrives at Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility to prepare for launch on Aug. 8 aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour. Commander Scott Kelly addresses media representatives. From left, behind him are Pilot Charlie Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Tracy Caldwell, Rick Mastracchio, Dave Williams (with the Canadian Space Agency), Barbara Morgan (NASA's first educator astronaut) and Alvin Drew. Endeavour's STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5. Other payloads include the SPACEHAB module, making its last voyage, and the external stowage platform 3 with a control moment gyroscope on it. The flight will include at least three spacewalks. The crew will also debut a new system that enables docked shuttles to draw electrical power from the station to extend visits to the outpost. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly is satisfied with his training session in the shuttle training aircraft, or STA, at the Shuttle Landing Facility, Kennedy Space Center's airstrip. He and STS-118 Pilot Charlie Hobaugh were at the facility to practice landings for their upcoming mission. The STA is a Grumman American Aviation-built Gulf Stream II jet that was modified to simulate an orbiter's cockpit, motion and visual cues, and handling qualities. In flight, the STA duplicates the orbiter's atmospheric descent trajectory from approximately 35,000 feet altitude to landing on a runway. Endeavour's STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5. Other payloads include the SPACEHAB module, making its last voyage, and the external stowage platform 3 with a control moment gyroscope on it. The flight will include at least three spacewalks. The crew will also debut a new system that enables docked shuttles to draw electrical power from the station to extend visits to the outpost. Launch is set for Aug. 8 at 6:36 p.m. EDT. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly disembarks from the shuttle training aircraft, or STA, at the Shuttle Landing Facility, Kennedy Space Center's airstrip. He and STS-118 Pilot Charlie Hobaugh were at the facility to practice landings for their upcoming mission. The STA is a Grumman American Aviation-built Gulf Stream II jet that was modified to simulate an orbiter's cockpit, motion and visual cues, and handling qualities. In flight, the STA duplicates the orbiter's atmospheric descent trajectory from approximately 35,000 feet altitude to landing on a runway. Endeavour's STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5. Other payloads include the SPACEHAB module, making its last voyage, and the external stowage platform 3 with a control moment gyroscope on it. The flight will include at least three spacewalks. The crew will also debut a new system that enables docked shuttles to draw electrical power from the station to extend visits to the outpost. Launch is set for Aug. 8 at 6:36 p.m. EDT. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - STS-118 Pilot Charlie Hobaugh disembarks from the shuttle training aircraft, or STA, at the Shuttle Landing Facility, Kennedy Space Center's airstrip. He and STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly were at the facility to practice landings for their upcoming mission. The STA is a Grumman American Aviation-built Gulf Stream II jet that was modified to simulate an orbiter's cockpit, motion and visual cues, and handling qualities. In flight, the STA duplicates the orbiter's atmospheric descent trajectory from approximately 35,000 feet altitude to landing on a runway. Endeavour's STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5. Other payloads include the SPACEHAB module, making its last voyage, and the external stowage platform 3 with a control moment gyroscope on it. The flight will include at least three spacewalks. The crew will also debut a new system that enables docked shuttles to draw electrical power from the station to extend visits to the outpost. Launch is set for Aug. 8 at 6:36 p.m. EDT. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - STS-118 Pilot Charlie Hobaugh is satisfied with his training session in the shuttle training aircraft, or STA, at the Shuttle Landing Facility, Kennedy Space Center's airstrip. He and STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly were at the facility to practice landings for their upcoming mission. The STA is a Grumman American Aviation-built Gulf Stream II jet that was modified to simulate an orbiter's cockpit, motion and visual cues, and handling qualities. In flight, the STA duplicates the orbiter's atmospheric descent trajectory from approximately 35,000 feet altitude to landing on a runway. Endeavour's STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5. Other payloads include the SPACEHAB module, making its last voyage, and the external stowage platform 3 with a control moment gyroscope on it. The flight will include at least three spacewalks. The crew will also debut a new system that enables docked shuttles to draw electrical power from the station to extend visits to the outpost. Launch is set for Aug. 8 at 6:36 p.m. EDT. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew enjoys a traditional meal before suiting up for launch. Seated left to right are Mission Specialists Alvin Drew and Dave Williams, Pilot Charlie Hobaugh, Commander Scott Kelly, and Mission Specialists Tracy Caldwell, Rick Mastracchio and Barbara R. Morgan, the teacher-turned-astronaut. Space Shuttle Endeavour's STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5, and other payloads such as the SPACEHAB module and the external stowage platform 3. The 11-day mission may be extended to as many as 14 depending on the test of the Station-to-Shuttle Power Transfer System that will allow the docked shuttle to draw electrical power from the station and extend its visits to the orbiting lab. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly dons his launch and entry suit for launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour. This is Kelly's second spaceflight. The STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5, and other payloads such as the SPACEHAB module and the external stowage platform 3. The 11-day mission may be extended to as many as 14 depending on the test of the Station-to-Shuttle Power Transfer System that will allow the docked shuttle to draw electrical power from the station and extend its visits to the orbiting lab. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew stride out of the Operations and Checkout Building eager to get to Launch Pad 39A for launch of Space Shuttle Endeavour at 6:36 p.m. EDT. Leading the way are (left and right) Pilot Charlie Hobaugh and Commander Scott Kelly. Behind them, clockwise, are Mission Specialists Rick Mastracchio, teacher-turned-astronaut Barbara Morgan, Alvin Drew, Dave Williams and Tracy Caldwell. Williams represents the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5, and other payloads such as the SPACEHAB module and the external stowage platform 3. The 11-day mission may be extended to as many as 14 depending on the test of the Station-to-Shuttle Power Transfer System that will allow the docked shuttle to draw electrical power from the station and extend its visits to the orbiting lab. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The suited STS-118 crew moves quickly to the Astrovan after leaving the Operations and Checkout Building. From left are Mission Specialists Barbara R. Morgan, Rick Mastracchio and Dave Williams, Pilot Charlie Hobaugh, Mission Specialist Tracy Caldwell and Commander Scott Kelly. Behind Williams is Mission Specialist Alvin Drew. The Astrovan will take them to Launch Pad 39A for final suit preparations before climbing into Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch at 6:36 p.m. EDT. The STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5, and other payloads such as the SPACEHAB module and the external stowage platform 3. The 11-day mission may be extended to as many as 14 depending on the test of the Station-to-Shuttle Power Transfer System that will allow the docked shuttle to draw electrical power from the station and extend its visits to the orbiting lab. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-118 Commander Scott Kelly completes suitup with his helmet. Kelly is eager for liftoff aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour, scheduled at 6:36 p.m. EDT. The STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5, and other payloads such as the SPACEHAB module and the external stowage platform 3. The 11-day mission may be extended to as many as 14 depending on the test of the Station-to-Shuttle Power Transfer System that will allow the docked shuttle to draw electrical power from the station and extend its visits to the orbiting lab. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour kicks up dust as it touches down on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The Space Shuttle Endeavour crew, led by Commander Scott Kelly, completes a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. The STS-118 mission began Aug. 8 and installed a new gyroscope, an external spare parts platform and another truss segment to the expanding station. Endeavour's main gear touched down at 12:32:16 p.m. EDT. Nose gear touchdown was at 12:32:29 p.m. and wheel stop was at 12:33:20 p.m. Endeavour traveled nearly 5.3 million miles, landing on orbit 201. STS-118 was the 119th space shuttle flight, the 22nd flight to the station, the 20th flight for Endeavour and the second of four missions planned for 2007. This was the 65th landing of an orbiter at Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA/Ken Thornsley
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour touches down on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The Space Shuttle Endeavour crew, led by Commander Scott Kelly, completes a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. The STS-118 mission began Aug. 8 and installed a new gyroscope, an external spare parts platform and another truss segment to the expanding station. Endeavour's main gear touched down at 12:32:16 p.m. EDT. Nose gear touchdown was at 12:32:29 p.m. and wheel stop was at 12:33:20 p.m. Endeavour traveled nearly 5.3 million miles, landing on orbit 201. STS-118 was the 119th space shuttle flight, the 22nd flight to the station, the 20th flight for Endeavour and the second of four missions planned for 2007. This was the 65th landing of an orbiter at Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew waves to spectators as they head for the Astrovan. From left are Mission Specialists Alvin Drew, Barbara R. Morgan, Dave Williams and Rick Mastracchio, Pilot Charlie Hobaugh, Mission Specialist Tracy Caldwell and Commander Scott Kelly. The Astrovan will take them to Launch Pad 39A for final suit preparations before climbing into Space Shuttle Endeavour for launch at 6:36 p.m. EDT. The STS-118 mission is the 22nd shuttle flight to the International Space Station. It will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5, and other payloads such as the SPACEHAB module and the external stowage platform 3. The 11-day mission may be extended to as many as 14 depending on the test of the Station-to-Shuttle Power Transfer System that will allow the docked shuttle to draw electrical power from the station and extend its visits to the orbiting lab. NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour kicks up dust as it touches down on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The Space Shuttle Endeavour crew, led by Commander Scott Kelly, completes a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. The STS-118 mission began Aug. 8 and installed a new gyroscope, an external spare parts platform and another truss segment to the expanding station. Endeavour's main gear touched down at 12:32:16 p.m. EDT. Nose gear touchdown was at 12:32:29 p.m. and wheel stop was at 12:33:20 p.m. Endeavour traveled nearly 5.3 million miles, landing on orbit 201. STS-118 was the 119th space shuttle flight, the 22nd flight to the station, the 20th flight for Endeavour and the second of four missions planned for 2007. This was the 65th landing of an orbiter at Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour kicks up dust as it touches down on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center after traveling nearly 5.3 million miles on mission STS-118. The Space Shuttle Endeavour crew, led by Commander Scott Kelly, completes a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. The STS-118 mission began Aug. 8 and installed a new gyroscope, an external spare parts platform and another truss segment to the expanding station. Endeavour's main gear touched down at 12:32:16 p.m. EDT. Nose gear touchdown was at 12:32:29 p.m. and wheel stop was at 12:33:20 p.m. Endeavour landed on orbit 201. STS-118 was the 119th space shuttle flight, the 22nd flight to the station, the 20th flight for Endeavour and the second of four missions planned for 2007. This was the 65th landing of an orbiter at Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA/Rafael Hernandez
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour approaches touchdown on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center after traveling nearly 5.3 million miles on mission STS-118. The Space Shuttle Endeavour crew, led by Commander Scott Kelly, completes a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. The STS-118 mission began Aug. 8 and installed a new gyroscope, an external spare parts platform and another truss segment to the expanding station. Endeavour's main gear touched down at 12:32:16 p.m. EDT. Nose gear touchdown was at 12:32:29 p.m. and wheel stop was at 12:33:20 p.m. Endeavour landed on orbit 201. STS-118 was the 119th space shuttle flight, the 22nd flight to the station, the 20th flight for Endeavour and the second of four missions planned for 2007. This was the 65th landing of an orbiter at Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA/Rafael Hernandez
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour clears the trees as it approaches landing on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The Space Shuttle Endeavour crew, led by Commander Scott Kelly, completes a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. The STS-118 mission began Aug. 8 and installed a new gyroscope, an external spare parts platform and another truss segment to the expanding station. Endeavour's main gear touched down at 12:32:16 p.m. EDT. Nose gear touchdown was at 12:32:29 p.m. and wheel stop was at 12:33:20 p.m. Endeavour traveled nearly 5.3 million miles, landing on orbit 201. STS-118 was the 119th space shuttle flight, the 22nd flight to the station, the 20th flight for Endeavour and the second of four missions planned for 2007. This was the 65th landing of an orbiter at Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA/Ken Thornsley
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour passes the air traffic control tower (left) next to the Shuttle Landing Facility as it touches down on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center after traveling nearly 5.3 million miles on mission STS-118. Behind Endeavour is the Vehicle Assembly Building. The Space Shuttle Endeavour crew, led by Commander Scott Kelly, completes a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. The STS-118 mission began Aug. 8 and installed a new gyroscope, an external spare parts platform and another truss segment to the expanding station. Endeavour's main gear touched down at 12:32:16 p.m. EDT. Nose gear touchdown was at 12:32:29 p.m. and wheel stop was at 12:33:20 p.m. Endeavour landed on orbit 201. STS-118 was the 119th space shuttle flight, the 22nd flight to the station, the 20th flight for Endeavour and the second of four missions planned for 2007. This was the 65th landing of an orbiter at Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA/Rafael Hernandez
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The open drag chute helps slow Endeavour as it lands on runway 15 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The Space Shuttle Endeavour crew, led by Commander Scott Kelly, completes a 13-day mission to the International Space Station. The STS-118 mission began Aug. 8 and installed a new gyroscope, an external spare parts platform and another truss segment to the expanding station. Endeavour's main gear touched down at 12:32:16 p.m. EDT. Nose gear touchdown was at 12:32:29 p.m. and wheel stop was at 12:33:20 p.m. Endeavour traveled nearly 5.3 million miles, landing on orbit 201. This was the 65th landing of an orbiter at Kennedy. Photo credit: NASA/George Shelton
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