Views from Space Shuttle Discovery
NASA – STS105-707-055 (20 August 2001) — This view of the International Space Station (ISS) was captured with a 70mm handheld camera through the Space Shuttle Discovery’s crew optical alignment system (COAS) during separation operations. The undocking took place at 9:52 a.m. (CDT), August 20, 2001.
Views from Space Shuttle Discovery-2
STS105-707-019 (20 August 2001) — Backdropped by Earth dotted with clouds, this close up view of the International Space Station (ISS) was taken by one of the crew members on the Space Shuttle Discovery after undocking at 9:52 a.m. (CDT), August 20, 2001 after more than a week of joint operations.
Views from Space Shuttle Discovery-3
STS105-707-022 (20 August 2001) — Backdropped by the darkness of space and the blue Earth at its horizon, the International Space Station (ISS) was photographed by one of the astronauts aboard the Discovery after undocking from the station which took place at 9:52 a.m. (CDT), August 20, 2001.
View from Space Shuttle Endeavour
STS108-E-5628 (15 December 2001) — As seen in an overall view from a digital still camera aimed through a window on Endeavour’s aft flight deck, the International Space Station (ISS), now staffed with its fourth three-person crew, is backdropped against dark space. The scene was photographed during a farewell look from the shuttle following undocking. The Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) or Canadarm2 protrudes from the orbital outpost at the bottom of the scene.
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