|Picture Scramble # 78
||1 February 2001
International Space Station
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This nadir view is one of a series of digital still
camera photographs showing the International Space
Station (ISS) during a fly-around by the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
The 240-foot-long, 38-foot-wide solar
array is the newest part and one of the most
prominent components of the station.
Onboard ISS for about 40 days at the time
of this photo were astronaut William M.
Shepherd and cosmonauts Yuri P.
Gidzenko and Sergei K. Krikalev.
Onboard the shuttle were STS-97
astronauts -- commander Brent W. Jett, Jr.,
pilot Mike Bloomfield and mission
specialists Marc Garneau of the Canadian
Space Agency (CSA), Carlos I. Noriega
and Joseph R. Tanner.
Picture courtesy of NASA. For more information on the International
Space Station, visit NASA's Human Space Flight web site.
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