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COLLINS
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August 07, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 03AUG05 - Astronaut Eileen M. Collins, STS-114 commander, [watches her crewmates Stephen... 
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- PHOTO TAKEN 03AUG05 - Astronaut Eileen M. Collins, STS-114 commander, [watches her crewmates Steph..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 03AUG05 - Astronaut Eileen M. Collins, STS-114 commander, [watches her crewmates Stephen K. Robinson (out of frame) and Soichi Noguchi (out of frame) representing Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)], during the August 3, 2005 session of extravehicular activity (EVA) from an aft cabin cargo interface window on the Space Shuttle Discovery. Picture taken August 3, 2005.
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DISCOVERY
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August 04, 2005 
The Expedition 11 and STS-114 crew members gather for a group photo in the Destiny laboratory of the... 
None, USA 
The Expedition 11 and STS-114 crew members gather for a group photo in the Destiny laboratory of the..... 
The Expedition 11 and STS-114 crew members gather for a group photo in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station, August 2, 2005. From the left (front row) are astronauts Andrew S. W. Thomas, STS-114 mission specialist; Eileen M. Collins, STS-114 commander; cosmonaut Sergei K. Krikalev, Expedition 11 commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency; astronaut John L. Phillips, Expedition 11 NASA Space Station science officer and flight engineer. From the left (back row) are astronauts Soichi Noguchi, STS-114 mission specialist representing Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA); James M. Kelly, STS-114 pilot; Charles J. Camarda, Wendy B. Lawrence and Stephen K. Robinson, all STS-114 mission specialists.
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DISCOVERY
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July 26, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Ch..... 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins depart their crew quarters for the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 26, 2005. The crew will be bound for the International Space Station on an 11-day mission. 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 26, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts dapart for launch pad at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins depart their crew quarters for the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 26, 2005. The crew will be bound for the International Space Station on an 11-day mission. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 26, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts depart for launch pad at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.... 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins depart their crew quarters for the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 26, 2005. Space shuttle Discovery cleared a critical countdown hurdle on Tuesday when a suspect sensor performed well during fueling, clearing the way for the first shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster. Discovery was set to blast off at 10:39 a.m. (1439 GMT) from Cape Canaveral in Florida, with first lady Laura Bush and families of the Columbia astronauts watching. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS/DY 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 26, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts dapart for launch pad at Kennedy Space Center. 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts (clockwise from lower left) pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins depart their crew quarters for the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 26, 2005. The crew will be bound for the International Space Station on an 11-day mission. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 24, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery crew members Camarda, Kelly, Collins and Robinson stand next to shuttle training... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space shuttle Discovery crew members Camarda, Kelly, Collins and Robinson stand next to shuttle ... 
Space shuttle Discovery crew members Camarda, Kelly, Collins and Robinson stand next to shuttle training aircraft in Cape Canaveral. Space shuttle Discovery crew members (L-R) Charles Camarda, Pilot James Kelly, Commander Eileen Collins and Stephen Robinson stand next to the shuttle training aircraft after Collins and Kelly practiced night landings in preparation for the upcoming STS-114 launch at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 24, 2005. NASA restarted its countdown clocks on Saturday in preparation for a second attempt to return its space shuttle fleet to flight following the 2003 Columbia accident. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/NASA/Handout 
TCA PRESS TOUR
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July 22, 2005 
U.S. actor Stephen Collins of the show "7th Heaven" arrives for The WB's All Star Party at the Cabana... 
Los Angeles, United Kingdom 
US actor Stephen Collins arrives for The WB's All Star Party in Hollywood. 
U.S. actor Stephen Collins of the show "7th Heaven" arrives for The WB's All Star Party at the Cabana Club in Hollywood July 22, 2005 as part of the 2005 Television Critics Association Summer press tour. REUTERS/Lee Celano ljc/CN 
TCA PRESS TOUR
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July 22, 2005 
U.S. actor Stephen Collins of the show "7th Heaven" arrives for The WB's All Star Party at the Cabana... 
Los Angeles, United Kingdom 
US actor Stephen Collins arrives for The WB's All Star Party in Hollywood. 
U.S. actor Stephen Collins of the show "7th Heaven" arrives for The WB's All Star Party at the Cabana Club in Hollywood July 22, 2005 as part of the 2005 Television Critics Association Summer press tour. REUTERS/Lee Celano ljc/CN 
SPACE
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July 13, 2005 
Shuttle Discovery crew pose for a photograph in this NASA handout photo taken in March 2004. Sitted (from... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery crew pose for a photograph in this NASA handout photo taken in March 2004. Sitted ..... 
Shuttle Discovery crew pose for a photograph in this NASA handout photo taken in March 2004. Sitted (from L-R) Pilot James Kelly, Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence and Commander Eileen Collins. Standing (from L-R) Mission Specialists Stephen Robinson, Andrew Thomas, Charles Camarda and Soichi Noguchi. [Noguchi represents Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. NASA on July 13, 2005 delayed the launch of its first space shuttle mission since the 2003 Columbia disaster after discovering a problem with one of Discovery's fuel sensors, NASA's launch commentator said.] ??? USE ONLY 
SPACE
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July 13, 2005 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center..... 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 13, 2005. The crew hopes to depart for an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. Clockwise from lower left are Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins. 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
Shuttle Discovery crew pose for a photograph in this NASA handout photo taken in March 2004. Sitted (from... 
Cape Canaveral, United Kingdom 
Crew from the shuttle Discovery pose in this NASA handout photo. 
Shuttle Discovery crew pose for a photograph in this NASA handout photo taken in March 2004. Sitted (from L-R) Pilot James Kelly, Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence and Commander Eileen Collins. Standing (from L-R) Mission Specialists Stephen Robinson, Andrew Thomas, Charles Camarda and Soichi Noguchi. Noguchi represents Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. NASA on July 13, 2005 delayed the launch of its first space shuttle mission since the 2003 Columbia disaster after discovering a problem with one of Discovery's fuel sensors, NASA's launch commentator said. REUTERS/NASA/Handout FA 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
Shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins leads crew as they depart for launch at Kennedy Space Center... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins leads crew as they depart for launch at Kennedy Space Center... 
Shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins leads crew as they depart for launch at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. Space shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (R) leads crew members Stephen Robinson (L) and Soichi Noguchi of Japan as the crew departs their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 13, 2005. The crew hopes to depart for an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery crew departs for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center. 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 13, 2005. The crew hopes to depart for an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. From left are Andrew Thomas (behind left), who was born in Australia, Pilot James Kelly, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins (R). An armed Kennedy Space Center SWAT team member stands guard as the astronauts departed. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn RTW/NL 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters under guard by a SWAT team member as they head... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery crew departs for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters under guard by a SWAT team member as they head for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 13, 2005. The crew hopes to depart for an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. From right are Commander Eileen Collins, Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence (obscured), Soichi Noguchi of Japan, Charles Camarda, Stephen Robinson (obscured) and Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn RTW/YH 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery crew departs for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 13, 2005. The crew hopes to depart for an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. Clockwise from lower left are Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins. REUTERS/Joe Skipper RTW/YH 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery crew departs for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 13, 2005. The crew hopes to depart for an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. Clockwise from lower left are Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins. REUTERS/Joe Skipper RTW/YH 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery departs their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery crew departs for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery departs their quarters for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 13, 2005. The crew hopes to depart for an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. Clockwise from lower left are Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins. REUTERS/Joe Skipper RTW/YH 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B on the first scheduled launch... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery crew departs for launch pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery depart their quarters for launch pad 39B on the first scheduled launch day at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 13, 2005. The crew hopes to depart for an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. Clockwise from lower left are Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Commander Eileen Collins. REUTERS/Joe Skipper RTW/YH 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 13, 2005 
The shuttle Discovery crew is seen in a NASA handout photo at breakfast for their pre-launch meal at... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
The shuttle Discovery crew is seen in a NASA handout photo at breakfast for their pre-launch meal at... 
The shuttle Discovery crew is seen in a NASA handout photo at breakfast for their pre-launch meal at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral. The shuttle Discovery crew is seen in a NASA handout photo at breakfast for their pre-launch meal at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, July 13, 2005. Lift-off is scheduled for July 13 on an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. Left to right are: Mission specialist Wendy Lawrence, Pilot James Kelly, Mission Specialist Soichi Noguchi, Commander Eileen Collins, Mission specialist Andrew Thomas, Mission specialist Stephen Robinson and Mission specialist Charles Camarda. REUTERS/Handout-NASA 
SPACE
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July 10, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (L) speaks to the press after the crew arrived for Mission... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (L) speaks to the press after the crew arrived for ..... 
Space shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (L) speaks to the press after the crew arrived for Mission STS-114 at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 9, 2005. (back L to R) Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Pilot James Kelly, Soichi Noguchi of Japan, Charles Camarda, Wendy Lawrence and Stephen Robinson. The shuttle's liftoff is scheduled for July 13 on an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. 
SPORT RUGBY LIONS
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July 09, 2005 
Luke McAlister (L) and Jerry Collins (R) from the All Blacks tackle Stephen Jones (C) from the British... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Jones from British and Irish Lions is tackled during rugby test, Auckland. 
Luke McAlister (L) and Jerry Collins (R) from the All Blacks tackle Stephen Jones (C) from the British and Irish Lions, making Jones drop the ball during the third and final rugby test at Eden Park, Auckland, July 9, 2005. The All Blacks defeated the Lions 38-19, and won the best-of-three test series 3-0. REUTERS/David Gray DG/mk 
DG
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July 09, 2005 
Luke McAlister and Jerry Collins from the All Blacks tackle Stephen Jones from the British and Irish... 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Luke McAlister and Jerry Collins from the All Blacks tackle Stephen Jones from the British and ... 
Luke McAlister and Jerry Collins from the All Blacks tackle Stephen Jones from the British and Irish Lions during the third and final test at Eden Park in Auckland. Luke McAlister (L) and Jerry Collins from the All Blacks tackle Stephen Jones (C) from the British and Irish Lions causing Jones to drop the ball during the third and final test at Eden Park in Auckland July 9, 2005. The All Blacks defeated the Lions 38-19, and won the best-of-three test series 3-0. REUTERS/David Gray 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 09, 2005 
An armed SWAT team security officer stands guard as Space shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins speaks after crew arrives at the Kennedy Space Center. 
An armed SWAT team security officer stands guard as Space shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (R) speaks to the press after the crew arrived for Mission STS-114 at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 9, 2005. (back L to R) Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Pilot James Kelly, Soichi Noguchi of Japan, Charles Camarda, Wendy Lawrence, Stephen Robinson and Collins. The shuttle's liftoff is scheduled for July 13 on an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS/JK 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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July 09, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (L) speaks to the press after the crew arrived for Mission... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins speaks after crew arrives at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.... 
Space shuttle Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (L) speaks to the press after the crew arrived for Mission STS-114 at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 9, 2005. (back L to R) Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Pilot James Kelly, Soichi Noguchi of Japan, Charles Camarda, Wendy Lawrence and Stephen Robinson. The shuttle's liftoff is scheduled for July 13 on an 11-day mission to the International Space Station. REUTERS/Rick Fowler JLS/JK 
USA
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May 04, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery crewmembers depart their quarters for the launch pad during a simulated launch... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space shuttle Discovery crewmembers depart their quarters for the launch pad during a simulated laun..... 
Space shuttle Discovery crewmembers depart their quarters for the launch pad during a simulated launch exercise at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 4, 2005. Clockwise from lower left are Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Mission Commander Eileen Collins in lower right. Launch of Discovery is scheduled no earlier than July 13. 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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May 04, 2005 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, STS-114 crew members... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space Shuttle Discovery crew takes part in countdown test. 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, STS-114 crew members including Commander Eileen Collins (below), Soichi Noguchi of Japan (C) and Stephen Robinson (above) depart their crew quarters for the launch pad in the simulated lift off test in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 4, 2005. Launch of Discovery is scheduled no earlier than July 13. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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May 04, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery crew members depart their quarters for the launch pad during a simulated launch... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space Shuttle Discovery astronauts take part in simulated launch exercise. 
Space shuttle Discovery crew members depart their quarters for the launch pad during a simulated launch exercise at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 4, 2005 as a SWAT team member stands guard. Clockwise from left are Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence (obscured), Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Mission Commander Eileen Collins in lower right. Launch of Discovery is scheduled no earlier than July 13. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier JLS 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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May 04, 2005 
Space shuttle Discovery crewmembers depart their quarters for the launch pad during a simulated launch... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space Shuttle Discovery astronauts take part in simulated launch exercise. 
Space shuttle Discovery crewmembers depart their quarters for the launch pad during a simulated launch exercise at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 4, 2005. Clockwise from lower left are Pilot James Kelly, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Camarda, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Mission Commander Eileen Collins in lower right. Launch of Discovery is scheduled no earlier than July 13. REUTERS/Joe Skipper REUTERS PP05050209 JLS 
STS-114
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May 03, 2005 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew poses... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew po..... 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew poses for a picture at launch pad 39B in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 3, 2005. From left are Stephen Robinson, Wendy Lawrence, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Pilot James Kelly, Commander Eileen Collins, Charles Camarada, Soichi Noguchi of Japan.
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SPACE SHUTTLE
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May 03, 2005 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew poses... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space Shuttle Discovery astronauts pose at launch pad during countdown test. 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew poses for a picture at launch pad 39B in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 3, 2005. From left are Stephen Robinson, Wendy Lawrence, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Pilot James Kelly, Commander Eileen Collins, Charles Camarada, Soichi Noguchi of Japan. REUTERS/NASA/Handout PP05050209 JLS/HK 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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May 03, 2005 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew speak... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space Shuttle Discovery astronauts speak at press conference. 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew speak at a press conference at launch pad 39B in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 3, 2005. From left to right are Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Wendy Lawrence, Stephen Robinson, Commander Eileen Collins, Charles Camarada, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Pilot James Kelly. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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May 03, 2005 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew poses... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space Shuttle Discovery astronauts speak at press conference. 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew poses at launch pad 39B following a press conference in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 3, 2005. From left are Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Wendy Lawrence, Stephen Robinson, Commander Eileen Collins, Charles Camarada, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Pilot James Kelly. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier JLS 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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May 03, 2005 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew poses... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space Shuttle Discovery astronauts speak at press conference. 
During the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, the STS-114 crew poses at launch pad 39B following a press conference in Cape Canaveral, Florida May 3, 2005. From the left to right are Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Wendy Lawrence, Stephen Robinson, Commander Eileen Collins, Charles Camarada, Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Pilot James Kelly. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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April 07, 2005 
STS-114 return to flight space shuttle Commander Eileen Collins (C) poses along with crew members (L-R)... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
STS-114 mission Commander Eileen Collins poses with crew members at press conference in Houston. 
STS-114 return to flight space shuttle Commander Eileen Collins (C) poses along with crew members (L-R) pilot James Kelly and mission specialists Soichi Noguchi of Japan, Wendy Lawrence, Charles Carmarda, Andy Thomas of Australia and Stephen Robinson, at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, April 7, 2005. Launch for the shuttle with a crew of seven is scheduled for May 15 on a mission to the International Space Station, on the first mission since the shuttle Columbia accident in 2003. REUTERS/Richard Carson RJC/GN 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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April 07, 2005 
Space Shuttle STS-114 crew members (L-R) Commander Eileen Collins, pilot James Kelly, along with Mission... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Space Shuttle STS-114 crew members pose after training in Houston. 
Space Shuttle STS-114 crew members (L-R) Commander Eileen Collins, pilot James Kelly, along with Mission specialists Soichi Noguchi of the Japanese space agency, Stephen Robinson, Andy Thomas of Australia, Wendy Lawrence and Charles Camarda pose following the return to flight news conference, April 7, 2005 at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. REUTERS/Richard Carson RJC/GN 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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February 10, 2005 
Commander Eileen Collins (R) speaks at a press conference as space shuttle Discovery astronauts participate... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Space shuttle Discovery astronauts appear at press conference at Kennedy Space Center. 
Commander Eileen Collins (R) speaks at a press conference as space shuttle Discovery astronauts participate in the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) at the Space Station Processing Facility at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, February 10, 2005. The shuttle Discovery crew of mission STS-114 is scheduled for flight in May of 2005 on the return to flight following the shuttle Columbia disaster. From left are Charles Camarda, Wendy Lawrence, Stephen Robinson, Soichi Noguchi of Japan, Andrew Thomas, who was born in Australia, Pilot James Kelly and Collins. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS/HB 
SPACE SHUTTLE
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January 07, 2005 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery on Mission STS-114 is shown during a press conference at the Kennedy... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
Shuttle Discovery crew takes part in press conference at Kennedy Space Center. 
The crew of space shuttle Discovery on Mission STS-114 is shown during a press conference at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, January 7, 2005. From left are Mission Specialist Wendy Lawrence, Mission Specialist Andrew Thomas who was born in Australia, Mission Specialist Stephen Robinson, Commander Eileen Collins, Mission Specialist Charles Camarda, Mission Specialist Soichi Noguchi of Japan and Pilot James Kelly. The crew is expected to be aboard Discovery for the return to flight launch as early as May of 2005. It will be the first launch since the shuttle Columbia disaster on February 1, 2003. REUTERS/Joe Skipper JLS 
COURT REHNQUIST
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October 25, 2004 
The U.S. Supreme Court justices are pictured in this November 10, 1994 file photo. Chief Justice Rehnquist,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Supreme Court Justices in file photo from 1994. 
The U.S. Supreme Court justices are pictured in this November 10, 1994 file photo. Chief Justice Rehnquist, 80, has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer and is in the hospital after undergoing a tracheotomy, the Supreme Court said in a statement on October 25, 2004. Back row L-R are: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, David Hackett Souter, Clarence Thomas and Stephen Breyer. Front row L-R: Antonin Scalia, John Paul Stevens, Williams Hubbs Rehnquist, Sandra Day O'Connor and Anthony M. Kennedy. REUTERS/William Collins JP/TRA 
SPORT CRICKET
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August 15, 2004 
West Indies' Collins is bowled by England's Harmison on the fourth day of the third test at Old Trafford... 
Manchester, United Kingdom 
West Indies' Collins is bowled by England's Harmison on the fourth day of the third test at Old Trafford... 
West Indies' Collins is bowled by England's Harmison on the fourth day of the third test at Old Trafford Manchester. West Indies batsman Pedro Collins is bowled by England's Stephen Harmison for 8 runs on the fourth day of the third test at Old Trafford, Manchester, August 15, 2004. REUTERS/Ian Hodgson 
BRITAIN
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June 29, 2004 
Leader of Britain's Conservative party Michael Howard (C) and Shadow Education Secretary Tim Collins... 
London, United Kingdom 
CONSERVATIVE PARTY LEADER MICHAEL HOWARD VISITS CHURCHILL GARDENS PRIMARY SCHOOL IN LONDON. 
Leader of Britain's Conservative party Michael Howard (C) and Shadow Education Secretary Tim Collins (2R) visit Churchill Gardens Community Primary School in central London before announcing details of their party's education policy, June 29, 2004. REUTERS/Stephen Hird SH/ASA/AA 
SPORT BRITAIN ATHLETICS
RTRNBUQ 
August 08, 2003 
BRITAIN'S CHAMBERS WINS MEN'S 100M AS COLLINS FROM ST. KITTS NEVIS AND
NIGERIAS ALIU ALSO FINISH AT... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
BRITAIN'S CHAMBERS WINS MEN'S 100M AS COLLINS FROM ST. KITTS NEVIS AND
NIGERIAS ALIU ALSO FINISH AT... 
BRITAIN'S CHAMBERS WINS MEN'S 100M AS COLLINS FROM ST. KITTS NEVIS AND
NIGERIAS ALIU ALSO FINISH AT BRITISH GRAND PRIX ATHLETICS. 
SPORT NBA
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June 13, 2003 
New Jersey Nets forward Kenyon Martin (6) looks to pass under pressure
from San Antonio Spurs forward... 
East Rutherford, USA 
NEW JERSEY NETS MARTIN LOOKS TO PASS UNDER PRESSURE FROM THE SPURS
JACKSON IN GAME 5. 
New Jersey Nets forward Kenyon Martin (6) looks to pass under pressure
from San Antonio Spurs forward Stephen Jackson (R) as the Nets Jason
Collins (C) follows the play during the second quarter in Game 5 of the
NBA Finals in East Rutherford, New Jersey, June 13, 2003. REUTERS/Peter
Jones

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BRITAIN
RTRG7OC 
January 07, 2003 
BRITISH ACTRESS JOAN COLLINS AND HUSBAND GIBSON ARRIVE AT THE UK
PREMIERE OF "GANGS OF NEW YORK" IN... 
London, UK 
BRITISH ACTRESS JOAN COLLINS AND HUSBAND GIBSON ARRIVE AT THE UK
PREMIERE OF "GANGS OF NEW YORK" IN... 
BRITISH ACTRESS JOAN COLLINS AND HUSBAND GIBSON ARRIVE AT THE UK
PREMIERE OF "GANGS OF NEW YORK" IN LEICESTER SQUARE LONDON. 
BRITAIN
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January 07, 2003 
British actress Joan Collins arrives at the UK premiere of "Gangs of
New York" in Leicester Square,... 
London, UK 
JOAN COLLINS ARRIVES AT THE UK PREMIERE OF "GANGS OF NEW YORK" IN
LONDON. 
British actress Joan Collins arrives at the UK premiere of "Gangs of
New York" in Leicester Square, London January 7, 2003. The film,
directed by Scorsese is based on the non-fiction history book of the
same title by Herbert Asbury first printed in 1928. REUTERS/Stephen
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BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
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October 07, 2002 
Former Conservative Party Chancellor of the Exchequer Kenneth Clarke
applauds the speech by Shadow Secretary... 
Bournemouth, UK 
KENNETH CLARKE APPLAUDS SPEECH BY SHADOW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR
TRANSPORT TIM COLLINS. 
Former Conservative Party Chancellor of the Exchequer Kenneth Clarke
applauds the speech by Shadow Secretary of State for Transport Tim
Collins at the annual party conference in Bournemouth October 7, 2002.
Britain's battered Conservative Party has begun its conference with
sleaze, poor opinion polls and talk of a possible leadership challenge
threatening to overshadow attempts to present new policy.
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BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
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October 07, 2002 
BRITISH CONSERVATIVE PARTY SHADOW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT TIM
COLLINS SPEAKS AT THE CONSERVATIVE... 
Bournemouth, UK 
BRITISH CONSERVATIVE PARTY SHADOW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT TIM
COLLINS SPEAKS AT THE ... 
BRITISH CONSERVATIVE PARTY SHADOW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT TIM
COLLINS SPEAKS AT THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE IN BOURNEMOUTH. 
BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
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October 07, 2002 
BRITISH CONSERVATIVE PARTY SHADOW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT TIM
COLLINS SPEAKS AT THE CONSERVATIVE... 
Bournemouth, UK 
BRITISH CONSERVATIVE PARTY SHADOW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT TIM
COLLINS SPEAKS AT THE ... 
BRITISH CONSERVATIVE PARTY SHADOW SECRETARY OF STATE FOR TRANSPORT TIM
COLLINS SPEAKS AT THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE IN BOURNEMOUTH. 
TEEN CHOICE AWARDS
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August 04, 2002 
Cast members of the television series "7th Heaven" accept their award
as Choice TV Drama at the Teen... 
Los Angeles, United States of America 
7TH HEAVEN WINS AT TEEN CHOICE AWARDS. 
Cast members of the television series "7th Heaven" accept their award
as Choice TV Drama at the Teen Choice Awards taping August 4, 2002 in
Los Angeles. Shown (L-R) are Stephen Collins, David Gallagher, Beverly
Mitchell and Barry Watson. The awards show will be telecast August 19
in the United States. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

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SPORT SOCCER
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February 23, 2002 
Arsenal's Sol Campbell (L) chases Fulham's John Collins (R) during
thier English premier league match... 
London, UK 
ARSENAL'S CAMPBELL CHASES FULHAM'S COLLINS DURING THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER
LEAGUE MATCH AT HIGHBURY. 
Arsenal's Sol Campbell (L) chases Fulham's John Collins (R) during
thier English premier league match at Highbury February 23, 2002.
REUTERS/Stephen Hird

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SPORT SOCCER
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December 30, 2001 
Manchester United's Phil Neville (L) passes the ball infront of
Fulham's John Collins (R) during their... 
London, UK 
MANCHESTER UNITED'S NEVILLE PASSES THE BALL INFRONT OF FULHAM'S COLLINS
IN THEIR ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE... 
Manchester United's Phil Neville (L) passes the ball infront of
Fulham's John Collins (R) during their English premier league match at
Craven Cottage, London, December 30, 2001. Manchester United won the
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TV GUIDE AWARDS
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February 02, 1999 
Cast members of the drama series "7th Heaven" pose with the TV Guide Award the series won as Editors'... 
Los Angeles, USA 
CAST OF 7TH HEAVEN POSES AT TV GUIDE AWARDS. 
Cast members of the drama series "7th Heaven" pose with the TV Guide Award the series won as Editors' Award for Best Show You're Not Watching at the first annual TV Guide Awards February 1 on the Fox Studio lot in Los Angeles. Shown (L-R) are David Gallagher, Jessica Biel, Barry Watson, Beverly Mitchell, Mackenzie Rosman (seated with dog Happy ), Catherine Hicks and Stephen Collins. The awards were determined by readers of TV Guide magazine who voted for their favorite television shows and stars.

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7TH HEAVEN
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February 01, 1999 
Cast members of the drama series "7th Heaven" pose with the TV Guide Award the series won as Editors'... 
Los Angeles, USA 
Cast members of the drama series "7th Heaven" pose with the TV Guide Award the series won as Editors..... 
Cast members of the drama series "7th Heaven" pose with the TV Guide Award the series won as Editors' Award for Best Show You're Not Watching at the first annual TV Guide Awards February 1 on the Fox Studio lot in Los Angeles. Shown (L-R) are David Gallagher, Jessica Biel, Barry Watson, Beverly Mitchell, Mackenzie Rosman (seated with dog Happy ), Catherine Hicks and Stephen Collins. The awards were determined by readers of TV Guide magazine who voted for their favorite television shows and stars.
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SUPREME COURT
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November 10, 1994 
The U.S. Supreme Court justices, pictured in this November 10, 1994
file photo, has reversed the Florida... 
Washington, United States of America 
U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICES ARE SEEN IN THIS FILE PHOTO. 
The U.S. Supreme Court justices, pictured in this November 10, 1994
file photo, has reversed the Florida Supreme Court decision to extend
the voter hand count deadline December 4, 2000. Back row L-R are: Ruth
Bader Ginsburg, David Hackett Souter, Clarence Thomas and Stephen
Breyer. Front row L-R: Antonin Scalia, John Paul Stevens, Williams
Hubbs Rehnquist, Sandra Day O'Connor and Anthony M. Kennedy. The court
heard oral arguments in the Republican presidential candidate George W.
Bush case on December 1, 2000. REUTERS/William Collins

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