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ISRAEL-PILOT/
RTR27U4X
September 14, 2009
Israeli soldiers mourn at the grave of Asaf Ramon after his funeral at the cemetery near Nahalal, northern...
NAHALAL, Israel
Israeli soldiers mourn at grave of Asaf Ramon after funeral at cemetery near Nahalal
Israeli soldiers mourn at the grave of Asaf Ramon after his funeral at the cemetery near Nahalal, northern Israel September 14, 2009. Israel on Monday mourned the death of Asaf Ramon, the fighter pilot son of Ilan Ramon, Israel's first astronaut and a victim of the 2003 Columbia space shuttle crash. Asaf Ramon, who was killed on Sunday in training accident, was laid to rest alongside his father. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL OBITUARY MILITARY DISASTER)
ISRAEL-PILOT/
RTR27U4Q
September 14, 2009
Israelis mourn at the grave of Asaf Ramon after his funeral at the cemetery near Nahalal, northern Israel...
NAHALAL, Israel
Israelis mourn at grave of Asaf Ramon after funeral at cemetery near Nahalal
Israelis mourn at the grave of Asaf Ramon after his funeral at the cemetery near Nahalal, northern Israel September 14, 2009. Israel on Monday mourned the death of Asaf Ramon, the fighter pilot son of Ilan Ramon, Israel's first astronaut and a victim of the 2003 Columbia space shuttle crash. Asaf Ramon, who was killed on Sunday in training accident, was laid to rest alongside his father. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL OBITUARY MILITARY DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL-PILOT/
RTR27TVF
September 14, 2009
An Israeli army officer salutes as a vehicle, carrying the coffin of Asaf Ramon, arrives at the cemetery...
NAHALAL, Israel
Army vehicle carrying the coffin of Asaf Ramon arrives at the cemetery near Nahalal
An Israeli army officer salutes as a vehicle, carrying the coffin of Asaf Ramon, arrives at the cemetery near Nahalal, northern Israel September 14, 2009. Israel on Monday mourned the death of Asaf Ramon, the fighter pilot son of an astronaut killed in the 2003 Columbia space shuttle disaster, and the prime minister postponed talks on Middle East peace to attend his funeral. Ramon, 21, was killed on Sunday in what the military described as a training accident when his F-16 ploughed into the hills of the Israeli-occupied West Bank. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL OBITUARY MILITARY DISASTER)
ISRAEL-PILOT/
RTR27TUI
September 14, 2009
An Israeli air force officer salutes as an army vehicle, carrying the coffin of Asaf Ramon, arrives at...
NAHALAL, Israel
Army vehicle carrying the coffin of Asaf Ramon arrives at the cemetery near Nahalal
An Israeli air force officer salutes as an army vehicle, carrying the coffin of Asaf Ramon, arrives at the cemetery near Nahalal, northern Israel September 14, 2009. Israel on Monday mourned the death of Ramon, the fighter pilot son of an astronaut killed in the 2003 Columbia space shuttle disaster, and the prime minister postponed talks on Middle East peace to attend his funeral. Ramon, 21, was killed on Sunday in what the military described as a training accident when his F-16 ploughed into the hills of the Israeli-occupied West Bank. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL OBITUARY MILITARY DISASTER)
ISRAEL-ASTRONAUT/
RTR27SB8
September 13, 2009
Israeli air force cadet Assaf Ramon (R) stands with Israel's President Shimon Peres during a graduation...
Hatzerim, Israel
File photo of Israeli air force cadet Assaf Ramon standing with Israel's President Shimon Peres during...
Israeli air force cadet Assaf Ramon (R) stands with Israel's President Shimon Peres during a graduation ceremony at Hatzerim air base, southern Israel, June 25, 2009. Assaf Ramon, the pilot son of Ilan Ramon, the Israeli astronaut who died in the Columbia space shuttle disaster of 2003, was killed on September 13, 2009 when his fighter plane crashed during training, the Israeli military said. Assaf Ramon, 20, graduated from the air force flying school three months ago. There had been much local media interest in the career of the eldest son of the first -- and only -- Israeli in space, and broadcasters interrupted programmes on Sunday to bring the news of his death, six years after that of his father. REUTERS/Amir Cohen/Files (ISRAEL MILITARY DISASTER POLITICS TRANSPORT OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL-ASTRONAUT/
RTR27SAY
September 13, 2009
Israeli Air force cadet Assaf Ramon takes part in a graduation ceremony at Hatzerim air base, southern...
Hatzerim, Israel
File photo of Israeli Air force cadet Assaf Ramon taking part in graduation ceremony at Hatzerim air...
Israeli Air force cadet Assaf Ramon takes part in a graduation ceremony at Hatzerim air base, southern Israel, in this June 25, 2009 file photo. Assaf Ramon, the pilot son of Ilan Ramon, the Israeli astronaut who died in the Columbia space shuttle disaster of 2003, was killed on September 13, 2009 when his fighter plane crashed during training, the Israeli military said. Assaf Ramon, 20, graduated from the air force flying school three months ago. There had been much local media interest in the career of the eldest son of the first -- and only -- Israeli in space, and broadcasters interrupted programmes on Sunday to bring the news of his death, six years after that of his father. REUTERS/Amir Cohen/Files (ISRAEL MILITARY DISASTER POLITICS TRANSPORT OBITUARY)
ISRAEL-ASTRONAUT/
RTR27S9X
September 13, 2009
An Israeli Apache helicopter flies over the scene of a plane crash near the West Bank Jewish settlement...
Pnei Hever, Palestinian Territories
Israeli Apache helicopter flies over scene of plane crash near Pnei Hever
An Israeli Apache helicopter flies over the scene of a plane crash near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Pnei Hever near Hebron September 13, 2009. The pilot son of Ilan Ramon, the Israeli astronaut who died in the Columbia space shuttle disaster of 2003, was killed on Sunday when his fighter plane crashed during training, the Israeli military said. Assaf Ramon, 20, graduated from the air force flying school three months ago. There had been much local media interest in the career of the eldest son of the first -- and only -- Israeli in space, and broadcasters interrupted programmes on Sunday to bring the news of his death, six years after that of his father. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (WEST BANK MILITARY DISASTER)
ISRAEL-ASTRONAUT/
RTR27S9K
September 13, 2009
An Israeli air force Black Hawk flies over the scene of a plane crash near the West Bank Jewish settlement...
Pnei Hever, Palestinian Territories
Israeli air force Black Hawk flies over scene of plane crash near Pnei Hever
An Israeli air force Black Hawk flies over the scene of a plane crash near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Pnei Hever, near Hebron September 13, 2009. The pilot son of Ilan Ramon, the Israeli astronaut who died in the Columbia space shuttle disaster of 2003, was killed on Sunday when his fighter plane crashed during training, the Israeli military said. Assaf Ramon, 20, graduated from the air force flying school three months ago. There had been much local media interest in the career of the eldest son of the first -- and only -- Israeli in space, and broadcasters interrupted programmes on Sunday to bring the news of his death, six years after that of his father. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (WEST BANK MILITARY DISASTER POLITICS TRANSPORT OBITUARY)
ISRAEL-ASTRONAUT/
RTR27S92
September 13, 2009
Rona Ramon (R) and Assaf Ramon, widow and eldest son of Israel's first astronaut Ilan Ramon, pay their...
Lod Airforce Base, Israel
File photo of Rona and Assaf Ramon, widow and eldest son of Israel's first astronaut Ilan Ramon, standing...
Rona Ramon (R) and Assaf Ramon, widow and eldest son of Israel's first astronaut Ilan Ramon, pay their respects beside his coffin during a memorial service at Lod Airforce Base outside Tel Aviv in this February 10, 2003 file photo. Assaf Ramon, the pilot son of Ilan Ramon, the Israeli astronaut who died in the Columbia space shuttle disaster of 2003, was killed on September 13, 2009 when his fighter plane crashed during training, the Israeli military said. REUTERS/Paul Hanna/Files (ISRAEL MILITARY DISASTER POLITICS TRANSPORT OBITUARY)
ISRAEL-ASTRONAUT/
RTR27S8V
September 13, 2009
A Palestinian looks at an Israeli air force Black Hawk flying near the scene of a plane crash near the...
Hebron, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian looks at Israeli air force Black Hawk flying near scene of plane crash near Hebron
A Palestinian looks at an Israeli air force Black Hawk flying near the scene of a plane crash near the West Bank city of Hebron September 13, 2009. The pilot son of Ilan Ramon,
the Israeli astronaut who died in the Columbia space shuttle
disaster of 2003, was killed on Sunday when his fighter plane
crashed during training, the Israeli military said. Assaf Ramon, 20, graduated from the air force flying school three months ago. There had been much local media interest in the career of the eldest son of the first -- and only -- Israeli in space, and broadcasters interrupted programmes on Sunday to bring the news of his death, six years after that of his father. REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun (WEST BANK MILITARY DISASTER POLITICS TRANSPORT OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPACE SHUTTLE KENNEDY
RTR1EXJ7
June 27, 2006
Space shuttle Commander Steven Lindsey (R) and Pilot Mark Kelly walk to a news conference after the crew...
Cape Canaveral, USA
Space shuttle Commander Lindsey and Pilot Kelly walk to news conference at Kennedy Space Center in Cape...
Space shuttle Commander Steven Lindsey (R) and Pilot Mark Kelly walk to a news conference after the crew of space shuttle Discovery arrived to prepare for the launch at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 27, 2006. Space Shuttle Discovery, which will be launched on Saturday on the second space shuttle flight since the 2003 Columbia disaster, is one of three shuttles in NASA's fleet of reusable, winged spacecraft. REUTERS/Scott Audette (UNITED STATES)
SPACE SHUTTLE KENNEDY
RTR1EXJ2
June 27, 2006
European Space Agency astronaut, Mission Specialist Thomas Reiter (C), speaks after the crew of space...
Cape Canaveral, USA
European Space Agency astronaut Reiter speaks after crew of space shuttle Discovery arrived to prepare...
European Space Agency astronaut, Mission Specialist Thomas Reiter (C), speaks after the crew of space shuttle Discovery arrived to prepare for the launch at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 27, 2006. Space Shuttle Discovery, which will be launched on Saturday on the second space shuttle flight since the 2003 Columbia disaster, is one of three shuttles in NASA's fleet of reusable, winged spacecraft. At left is Mission Specialist Lisa Nowak and at right is Mission Specialist Stephanie Wilson. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
SPACE SHUTTLE KENNEDY
RTR1EXIV
June 27, 2006
The crew of space shuttle Discovery, Mission Specialist Michael Fossum (L-R), Pilot Mark Kelly, Mission...
Cape Canaveral, USA
Crew of space shuttle Discovery takes part in news conference at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral...
The crew of space shuttle Discovery, Mission Specialist Michael Fossum (L-R), Pilot Mark Kelly, Mission Specialist Lisa Nowak, Commander Steven Lindsey, Mission Specialists Stephanie Wilson, British-born Piers Sellers and European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Reiter of Germany, takes part in a news conference after they arrived to prepare for the launch at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 27, 2006. Space Shuttle Discovery, which will be launched on Saturday on the second space shuttle flight since the 2003 Columbia disaster, is one of three shuttles in NASA's fleet of reusable, winged spacecraft. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES)
SPACE SHUTTLE KENNEDY
RTR1EXIE
June 27, 2006
European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Reiter speaks to the media after the crew of space shuttle Discovery...
Cape Canaveral, USA
European Space Agency astronaut Reiter speaks to media after crew of space shuttle Discovery arrived...
European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Reiter speaks to the media after the crew of space shuttle Discovery arrived to prepare for the launch at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, June 27, 2006. Space Shuttle Discovery, which will be launched on Saturday on the second space shuttle flight since the 2003 Columbia disaster, is one of three shuttles in NASA's fleet of reusable, winged spacecraft. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTXOCBC
March 02, 2006
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is transported...
Cape Canaveral, USA
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is transporte.....
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is transported past the huge Vehicle Assembly Building after arriving by barge at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida March 1, 2006. The imminent arrival of the remodeled fuel tank for NASA's second shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster has bolstered hopes that shuttle flights will be able to resume in May, space agency managers said on Tuesday.
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTR16S3R
March 02, 2006
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is unloaded from...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
Remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank arrives at Kennedy Space Center
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is unloaded from a special barge after arriving at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida March 1, 2006. The imminent arrival of the remodeled fuel tank for NASA's second shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster has bolstered hopes that shuttle flights will be able to resume in May, space agency managers said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Joe Skipper
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTR16S3J
March 02, 2006
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is transported...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
Remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank arrives at Kennedy Space Center
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is transported past the huge Vehicle Assembly Building after arriving by barge at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida March 1, 2006. The imminent arrival of the remodeled fuel tank for NASA's second shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster has bolstered hopes that shuttle flights will be able to resume in May, space agency managers said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Joe Skipper
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTR16S3B
March 02, 2006
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is transported...
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES
Remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank arrives at Kennedy Space Center
The recently remodeled space shuttle external fuel tank for the next mission, STS-121, is transported past the huge Vehicle Assembly Building after arriving by barge at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida March 1, 2006. The imminent arrival of the remodeled fuel tank for NASA's second shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster has bolstered hopes that shuttle flights will be able to resume in May, space agency managers said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Joe Skipper
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK5BK
August 10, 2005
Discovery astronaut Steve Robinson talks with spacesuit clad fan Bailey Schneider, 4, of the Woodlands,...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Discovery astronaut Robinson talks with spacesuit clad fan in Houston.
Discovery astronaut Steve Robinson talks with spacesuit clad fan Bailey Schneider, 4, of the Woodlands, Texas, during a crew return celebration at Ellington Air Force base in Houston August 10, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts glided safely back to Earth on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled return to human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster that killed all the astronauts on board. REUTERS/Tim Johnson RJC/NL
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK5B6
August 10, 2005
Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (C) sits with NASA Administrator Michael Griffin (L) and Soichi Noguchi...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Discovery Commander Collins sits with NASA Administrator Griffin and Noguchi of Japan in Houston.
Discovery Commander Eileen Collins (C) sits with NASA Administrator Michael Griffin (L) and Soichi Noguchi of Japan during a crew return celebration at Ellington Air Force base in Houston August 10, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts glided safely back to Earth on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled return to human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster that killed all the astronauts on board. REUTERS/Tim Johnson RJC/JJ
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK5AZ
August 10, 2005
Discovery astronaut Soichi Noguchi of Japan speaks to the media at the crew return celebration at Ellington...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Discovery astronaut Soichi Noguchi of Japan speaks to media at crew return celebration in Houston.
Discovery astronaut Soichi Noguchi of Japan speaks to the media at the crew return celebration at Ellington Air Force base in Houston August 10, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts glided safely back to Earth on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled return to human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster that killed all the astronauts on board. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
USA
RTXNOFB
August 09, 2005
Space shuttle Discovery crew members, pilot James Kelly and Soichi Noguchi (R) of Japan, attend a news...
Edwards Afb, USA
Space shuttle Discovery crew members, pilot James Kelly and Soichi Noguchi (R) of Japan, attend a ne.....
Space shuttle Discovery crew members, pilot James Kelly and Soichi Noguchi (R) of Japan, attend a news conference August 9, 2005 after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California. [The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster.]
COLLINS
RTXNOFA
August 09, 2005
Discovery shuttle commander Eileen Collins speaks during a news conference, August 9, 2005, after Discovery...
Edwards Afb, USA
Discovery shuttle commander Eileen Collins speaks during a news conference, August 9, 2005, after Di.....
Discovery shuttle commander Eileen Collins speaks during a news conference, August 9, 2005, after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The space [shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster.]
ROBINSON
RTXNOF9
August 09, 2005
Astronaut Stephen Robinson speaks to the media after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base...
Edwards Afb, USA
Astronaut Stephen Robinson speaks to the media after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Ba.....
Astronaut Stephen Robinson speaks to the media after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California, August 9, 2005. The space [shuttle Discovery] and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster.
USA
RTXNOF8
August 09, 2005
Space shuttle Discovery commander Eileen Collins (L) and pilot James Kelly attend a news conference,...
Edwards Afb, USA
Space shuttle Discovery commander Eileen Collins (L) and pilot James Kelly attend a news conference,.....
Space shuttle Discovery commander Eileen Collins (L) and pilot James Kelly attend a news conference, August 9, 2005, after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California. [The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. ]
USA
RTXNOF7
August 09, 2005
The crew of space shuttle Discovery, Comander Eileen Collins (L to R), pilot James Kelly, Japan's Soichi...
Edwards Afb, USA
The crew of space shuttle Discovery, Comander Eileen Collins (L to R), pilot James Kelly, Japan's So.....
The crew of space shuttle Discovery, Comander Eileen Collins (L to R), pilot James Kelly, Japan's Soichi Noguchi, astronauts Stephen Robinson and Charles Camarda attend a news conference at Edwards Air Force Base in California, August 9, 2005. The space [shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday], successfully completing NASA's [troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. ]
NOGUCHI
RTXNOF6
August 09, 2005
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan smiles during a news conference at Edwards Air...
Edwards Afb, USA
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan smiles during a news conference at Edwards Air.....
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan smiles during a news conference at Edwards Air Force Base in California, August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's [troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster.]
Shuttle Landing
RTRK1X4
August 09, 2005
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9,...
Edwards, UNITED STATES
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2.5 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Gene Blevins kw/GB/KS
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1QC
August 09, 2005
Astronaut Stephen Robinson speaks to the media after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base...
Edwards Afb, UNITED STATES
Astronaut Stephen Robinson speaks to the media after Discovery landed safely in California.
Astronaut Stephen Robinson speaks to the media after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California, August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich SSM/DL
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1ND
August 09, 2005
Space shuttle Discovery crew members, pilot James Kelly and Soichi Noguchi (R) of Japan, attend a news...
Edwards Afb, UNITED STATES
Shuttle crew members Kelly and Noguchi attend news conference in California.
Space shuttle Discovery crew members, pilot James Kelly and Soichi Noguchi (R) of Japan, attend a news conference August 9, 2005 after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich SSM/DL
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1N6
August 09, 2005
Space shuttle Discovery commander Eileen Collins (L) and pilot James Kelly attend a news conference,...
Edwards Afb, UNITED STATES
Space shuttle Discovery Cmdr Eileen Collins and Lt Colonel James Kelly at news conference in California....
Space shuttle Discovery commander Eileen Collins (L) and pilot James Kelly attend a news conference, August 9, 2005, after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich SSM/DL
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1ML
August 09, 2005
Discovery shuttle commander Eileen Collins speaks during a news conference, August 9, 2005, after Discovery...
Edwards Afb, UNITED STATES
Discovery shuttle commander Eileen Collins speaks during a news conference in California.
Discovery shuttle commander Eileen Collins speaks during a news conference, August 9, 2005, after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich SSM/DL
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1MF
August 09, 2005
The crew of space shuttle Discovery, Comander Eileen Collins (L to R), pilot James Kelly, Japan's Soichi...
Edwards Afb, UNITED STATES
Crew of space shuttle Discovery attend news conference in California.
The crew of space shuttle Discovery, Comander Eileen Collins (L to R), pilot James Kelly, Japan's Soichi Noguchi, astronauts Stephen Robinson and Charles Camarda attend a news conference at Edwards Air Force Base in California, August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich SSM/DL
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1M0
August 09, 2005
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan smiles at news conference at Edwards Air Force...
Edwards Afb, UNITED STATES
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan smiles at news conference at Edwards Air Force...
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan smiles at news conference at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan smiles during a news conference at Edwards Air Force Base in California, August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich PP05080080
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1LW
August 09, 2005
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan waves after a news conference at Edwards Air Force...
Edwards Afb, UNITED STATES
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan waves after a news conference at Edwards Air ......
Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan waves after a news conference at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Discovery shuttle crew member Soichi Noguchi of Japan waves after a news conference at Edwards Air Force Base in California, August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1LP
August 09, 2005
Commander Eileen Collins looks down the table at her crew during news conference after shuttle Discovery...
Edwards Afb, UNITED STATES
Commander Eileen Collins looks down the table at her crew during news conference after shuttle ...
Commander Eileen Collins looks down the table at her crew during news conference after shuttle Discovery lands. Discovery shuttle commander Eileen Collins looks down the table at her crew during a news conference August 9, 2005 after Discovery landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1K8
August 09, 2005
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9,...
Edwards, UNITED STATES
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2.5 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Gene Blevins kw/GB/KS
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1K1
August 09, 2005
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9,...
Edwards, UNITED STATES
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2.5 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Gene Blevins kw/GB/KS
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1JU
August 09, 2005
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9,...
Edwards, UNITED STATES
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2.5 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Gene Blevins kw/GB/KS
Shuttle Landing
RTRK1JO
August 09, 2005
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9,...
Edwards, UNITED STATES
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2.5 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Gene Blevins kw/GB/KS
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1JH
August 09, 2005
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9,...
Edwards, UNITED STATES
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2.5 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Gene Blevins kw/GB/KS
Shuttle Landing
RTRK1J6
August 09, 2005
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9,...
Edwards, UNITED STATES
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California.
The Space Shuttle Discovery is towed off the runway in Edwards Air Force Base in California August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2.5 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Gene Blevins kw/GB/KS
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1D6
August 09, 2005
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for STS114, answers questions from the media after the...
Houston, UNITED STATES
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent Flight Director for STS114, speaks at post-landing briefing in Houston....
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for STS114, answers questions from the media after the successful landing of the space shuttle Discovery at the post-landing briefing at the Johnson Space Center in Houston August 9, 2005. Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1CY
August 09, 2005
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for STS114, answers questions from the media after the...
Houston, UNITED STATES
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent Flight Director for STS114, speaks at post-landing briefing in Houston....
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for STS114, answers questions from the media after the successful landing of the space shuttle Discovery at the post-landing briefing at the Johnson Space Center in Houston August 9, 2005. Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1BF
August 09, 2005
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent Flight Director for STS114, smiles as he answers questions from the media...
Houston, UNITED STATES
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent Flight Director for STS114, smiles in Houston.
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent Flight Director for STS114, smiles as he answers questions from the media after the successful landing of the Space Shuttle Discovery in Houston, Texas, August 9, 2005. The space shuttle Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson TCJ/DL
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRK1AV
August 09, 2005
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for STS114, (R) answers questions from the media after...
Houston, UNITED STATES
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for STS114, answers questions from media in Houston.
LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for STS114, (R) answers questions from the media after the successful landing of the space shuttle Discovery during the post-landing briefing at the Johnson Space Center in Houston August 9, 2005. Discovery and its seven astronauts returned to Earth safely on Tuesday, successfully completing NASA's troubled resumption of human space flight 2 1/2 years after the Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRJVMI
August 08, 2005
Low clouds shroud the Vehicle Assembly Building, prompting mission managers to delay the return of the...
Cape Canaveral, USA
Low clouds delay return of space shuttle Discovery to Kennedy Space Center.
Low clouds shroud the Vehicle Assembly Building, prompting mission managers to delay the return of the space shuttle Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida August, 2005. The shuttle had been due to land at 4:47 a.m. EDT (0847 GMT) to bring to an end the first shuttle mission since the Columbia disaster in 2003. A second landing opportunity was scheduled at 6:22 a.m. EDT (1022 GMT). REUTERS/Karl Ronstrom JLS/DY
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRJVL3
August 08, 2005
Low clouds shroud the Vehicle Assembly Building, prompting mission managers to delay the returnof the...
Cape Canaveral, USA
Low clouds delay return of space shuttle Discovery to Kennedy Space Center.
Low clouds shroud the Vehicle Assembly Building, prompting mission managers to delay the returnof the space shuttle Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida August, 2005. The shuttle had been due to land at 4:47 a.m. EDT (0847 GMT) to bring to an end the first shuttle mission since the Columbia disaster in 2003. A second landing opportunity was scheduled at 6:22 a.m. EDT (1022 GMT). REUTERS/Pierre DuCharme JLS/DY
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRJU29
August 07, 2005
Space Shuttle Discovery ascent/descent flight director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Space Shuttle Discovery ascent/descent flight director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in...
Space Shuttle Discovery ascent/descent flight director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in Houston. LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS114, addresses the media during a status briefing at the Johnson Space Center in Houston August 7, 2005. Discovery astronauts gave their spacecraft a final inspection on Sunday and said they were confident of a safe return to Earth on the first shuttle flight since the 2003 Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRJU25
August 07, 2005
Space Shuttle Discovery ascent/descent flight director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Space Shuttle Discovery ascent/descent flight director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in...
Space Shuttle Discovery ascent/descent flight director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in Houston. LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS114, addresses the media during a status briefing at the Johnson Space Center in Houston August 7, 2005. Discovery astronauts gave their spacecraft a final inspection on Sunday and said they were confident of a safe return to Earth on the first shuttle flight since the 2003 Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRJU1S
August 07, 2005
Space Shuttle Discovery Ascent/Descent Flight Director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Space Shuttle Discovery Ascent/Descent Flight Director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in...
Space Shuttle Discovery Ascent/Descent Flight Director Cain addresses media at Johnson Space Center in Houston. LeRoy Cain, the ascent/descent flight director for Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS114, addresses the media during a status briefing at the Johnson Space Center in Houston August 7, 2005. Discovery astronauts gave their spacecraft a final inspection on Sunday and said they were confident of a safe return to Earth on the first shuttle flight since the 2003 Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRJ5WC
July 30, 2005
Cindy Begley uses her hands to demonstrate some intricate details of Saturday's spacewalk at Johnson...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Cindy Begley uses her hands to demonstrate some intricate details of Saturday's spacewalk at Johnson...
Cindy Begley uses her hands to demonstrate some intricate details of Saturday's spacewalk at Johnson Space Center in Houston. Cindy Begley, Lead Spacewalk Officer for STS114, uses her hands to demonstrate some intricate details of Saturday's spacewalk to members of the Japanese press during a shuttle status briefing at Johnson Space Center in Houston July 30, 2005. Two shuttle Discovery astronauts completed a seven-hour spacewalk on Saturday to restore a critical steering device on the International Space Station and test shuttle heat shield repairs that NASA hopes will prevent another Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRJ5W5
July 30, 2005
Phil Engelauf answers questions from the media after a shuttle status briefing at Johnson Space Center...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Phil Engelauf answers questions from the media after a shuttle status briefing at Johnson Space Center...
Phil Engelauf answers questions from the media after a shuttle status briefing at Johnson Space Center in Houston. Phil Engelauf, Mission Operations Representative for STS114, answers questions from the media after a shuttle status briefing at Johnson Space Center in Houston July 30, 2005. Two shuttle Discovery astronauts completed a seven-hour spacewalk on Saturday to restore a critical steering device on the International Space Station and test shuttle heat shield repairs that NASA hopes will prevent another Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Tim Johnson
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTR15LH6
July 28, 2005
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space...
Korolyov, Russia
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery ......
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space shuttle. Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space shuttle, July 28, 2005. Discovery docked smoothly with the International Space Station high above the earth on Thursday, carrying on after NASA grounded its other shuttles for fear of another Columbia-like disaster. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRIYGU
July 28, 2005
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space...
Korolyov, Russia
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery ......
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space shuttle. Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space shuttle, July 28, 2005. Discovery docked smoothly with the International Space Station high above the earth on Thursday, carrying on after NASA grounded its other shuttles for fear of another Columbia-like disaster. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRIYG5
July 28, 2005
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space...
Korolyov, Russia
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery ......
Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space shuttle. Experts of Russian Mission Control Centre in Korolyov outside Moscow watch the docking of Discovery space shuttle, July 28, 2005. Discovery docked smoothly with the International Space Station high above the earth on Thursday, carrying on after NASA grounded its other shuttles for fear of another Columbia-like disaster. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRIR57
July 26, 2005
Space shuttle Discovery takes off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida...
Cape Canaveral, United Kingdom
Shuttle takes off pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.
Space shuttle Discovery takes off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 26, 2005. Discovery cleared a critical countdown hurdle when a suspect sensor performed well during fuelling, clearing the way for the first shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Pierre DuCharme RTW/VP
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRIPP7
July 26, 2005
The crew for Mission STS-114 drives out in their bus to the space shuttle Discovery (background) on launch...
Cape Canaveral, United Kingdom
Shuttle Discovery crew drives to pad.
The crew for Mission STS-114 drives out in their bus to the space shuttle Discovery (background) on launch day at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 26, 2005. Discovery cleared a critical countdown hurdle when a suspect sensor performed well during fueling, clearing the way for the first shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRIPNK
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
RTRIPD0
July 26, 2005
Space shuttle Discovery is spotlighted on the pad as the countdown clock reads three hours and holding...
Cape Canaveral, United Kingdom
Shuttle Discovery with countdown clock at the Kennedy Space Center.
Space shuttle Discovery is spotlighted on the pad as the countdown clock reads three hours and holding on launch day for Mission STS-114 at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida July 26, 2005. Discovery cleared a critical countdown hurdle when a suspect sensor performed well during fueling, clearing the way for the first shuttle launch since the 2003 Columbia disaster. REUTERS/Larry Rubenstein RTW
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