Shuttle astronauts demonstrate zero-gravity

Shuttle astronauts demonstrate zero-gravity

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Caption: Shuttle astronauts on the Columbia mission STS-35 (2-11 December, 1990). This "change of shift duty" scene shows Ronald Parise (below) holding Samuel Durrance aloft with his forefinger, a feat imposs- ible on Earth. Durrance was about to create a beverage by adding water to an orange base at the galley's water dispenser. This was the 10th flight of Space Shuttle Columbia. Its primary mission was Astro ultraviolet and Broad Band X-ray Telescope (BBXRT) astronomical observations.

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Keywords: astronaut, durrance, eating, gravity, in flight, manned spaceflight, mission sts-35, parise, ronald a., samuel t., shuttle, space, space shuttle columbia, weightlessness, zero

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