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View of IML-2 module in Shuttle payload bay, STS65

View of IML-2 module in Shuttle payload bay, STS65

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Caption

IML-2 science module in Shuttle payload bay. The science module of the second International Microgravity Laboratory (IML-2) seen in the rear of the payload bay of Shuttle Columbia during Mission STS-65. The module is the larger white cylindrical object; the smaller tube-like object in the foreground is the access tunnel linking the lab to the Shuttle's cabin. On the Earth at upper left is part of Africa, most notably Lake Nyasa in Malawi. IML-2 carried several life and materials sciences experiments, and flew on 8-23 July 1994.

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