Discovery makes a picture-perfect landing at
Edwards Air Force Base in California in
the International Space Station behind…
Anchored to a
foot restraint on the International Space
Station's robotic arm,
Mission Specialist Steve Robinson participates in the mission's
Credit: NASA)…Look Ma…No Hands!
In the Photo
below you can see the white filler material
that was removed on a spacewalk later in the mission.
piece is visible on the underside just right of the
centerline of Discover.
(28 July 2005)
--- Space Shuttle Discovery approaches the International Space Station.
docked to the Station at 6:18 a.m. (CDT) on
Thursday, July 28, 2005
as the two
spacecraft orbited over the southern Pacific Ocean west of the
launch of Discovery a NASA tugboat
retrieves one of the two solid rocket boosters
and tows it
back to Kennedy Space Center