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Spacelab Module LM1 in Columbia's payload bay, serving as the United States Microgravity Laboratory
Spacelab Module LM1 in Columbia's payload bay, serving as the United States Microgravity Laboratory
Left to right - Seated: Sacco, Rominger, Lopez-Alegria; Standing: Coleman, Bowersox, Leslie, ThorntonSpace Shuttle program← STS-69 (71)STS-74 (73) →
Left to right - Seated: Sacco, Rominger, Lopez-Alegria; Standing: Coleman, Bowersox, Leslie, ThorntonSpace Shuttle program← STS-69 (71)STS-74 (73) →
Launch of STS-73
Launch of STS-73
The landing of STS-73.
The landing of STS-73.
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Early U.S. space shuttle concepts
Early U.S. space shuttle concepts
President Richard Nixon (right) with NASA Administrator James Fletcher in January 1972, three months before Congress approved funding for the Shuttle
President Richard Nixon (right) with NASA Administrator James Fletcher in January 1972, three months before Congress approved funding for the Shuttle program
Shuttle approach and landing test crews, 1976
Shuttle approach and landing test crews, 1976
NASA Administrator address the crowd at the Spacelab arrival ceremony in February 1982. On the podium with him is then-Vice President George Bush, the
NASA Administrator address the crowd at the Spacelab arrival ceremony in February 1982. On the podium with him is then-Vice President George Bush, the director general of European Space Agency (ESA), Eric Quistgaard, and director of Kennedy Space Center Richard G. Smith