ISS Breaks Away From Endeavour : News Photo

ISS Breaks Away From Endeavour

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388520 03: Backdropped against the Earth and sporting a readily visible new addition in the form of the Canadarm2 or space station robotic arm, the International Space Station (ISS) is photographed following separation from the Space Shuttle Endeavour during mission STS-100, April 29, 2001. With six astronauts and a Rosaviakosmos cosmonaut aboard the shuttle, the spacecraft performed a fly-around survey of the station, which was inhabited by two astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut. (Photo courtesy of NASA/Newsmakers)
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388520 03: Backdropped against the Earth and sporting a readily visible new addition in the form of the Canadarm2 or space station robotic arm, the International Space Station (ISS) is photographed following separation from the Space Shuttle Endeavour during mission STS-100, April 29, 2001. With six astronauts and a Rosaviakosmos cosmonaut aboard the shuttle, the spacecraft performed a fly-around survey of the station, which was inhabited by two astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut. (Photo courtesy of NASA/Newsmakers)
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April 29, 2001
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