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Ref S01647 : Astronaut James H. Newman is seen at a pressurized mating adapter
    



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Thème : Astronauts in Space

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Astronaut James H. Newman is seen at a pressurized mating adapter during early moments of the first of three scheduled spacewalks on STS-88. Astronauts Newman and Jerry L. Ross, both mission specialists, went on to mate 40 cables and connectors running 76 feet from the Zarya control module to Unity, with the 35-ton complex towering over Endeavour;'s cargo bay.


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