Zarya and Unity-3 (from Shuttle Discovery)
STS096-E-5220 (03 June 1999) — The International Space Station (ISS), including the elements of the Zarya module and the Unity node, centered in a setting of total black, as photographed from the Space Shuttle Discovery. The scene was recorded with an electronic still camera (ESC) at 23:16:00 GMT, June 3, 1999.
STS096-E-5234 (3 June 1999) — A STS-96 crew member handling an electronic still camera (ESC) recorded this image of the International Space Station (ISS) during a flyaround following separation of the two spacecraft. The image was recorded at 23:12:29 GMT, June 3, 1999
View from Discovery STS-96
STS096-715-042 (3 June 1999) — A STS-96 crew member aboard Discovery recorded this image of the International Space Station (ISS) with a 70mm camera during a fly-around following separation of the two spacecraft. Lake Hulun Nur in the People’s Republic of China is visible in the lower left portion of the frame. A portion of the work performed on the May 30 space walk by astronauts Tamara E. Jernigan and Daniel T. Barry is evident at various points on the ISS, including the installation of the Russian-built crane (called Strela) and the U.S.-built crane.
View from Shuttle Atlantis
STS101-720-58 (26 May 2000) — The International Space Station is photographed just after separation from the Space Shuttle Atlantis over Mongolia. Featured in the 70mm frame is the Lake Hovsgol rift valley. A long, straight transform fault zone connects the Hovsgol and Baykal rift valleys. Lake Baykal is 200 kilmeters east of Lake Volsgol.