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Astrolab mission to the ISS. Artwork of the Space Shuttle Discovery docked to the International Space Station (ISS) during the Astrolab mission in 2006 by the German and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter. During this mission, Reiter arrived on Discovery (mission STS-121) in July 2006, and left on Discovery in December 2006 (mission STS-116). During this period he was part of both the ISS Expedition 13 and Expedition 14 crews. Also docked are Progress and Soyuz capsules (black). ISS modules include Zvezda and Zarya (lower left), the Unity node (centre) and the Destiny laboratory (marked NASA).
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