Endeavour docked to the ISS, May 2011

Endeavour docked to the ISS, May 2011

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Caption: Endeavour docked to the ISS, May 2011. Fish-eye lens image of the Space Shuttle Endeavour (cockpit at top) docked to the International Space Station (ISS) during mission STS-134. The photograph was taken during a space walk (extravehicular activity, EVA). Earth is in the background, and at left are the Canadarm robotic arms of the ISS and shuttle. Endeavour is docked to the PMA-2 module, which is itself connected to the Harmony module (centre), which is connected to the Destiny module (partially seen at lower left). At right is the Columbus module, with the Kibo module at left. Photographed on 27 May 2011.

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