• Creator
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. 2/17/1973-
  • Created Date
  • 1981-04-12/2011-07-21
  • Description
  • The original finding aid described this as: Description: STS-103 payload commander Steven L. Smith (free-floating with no stripes on his EMU) and mission specialist John M. Grunsfeld (attached to a workstation on the RMS arm with a red strip on the pants of his EMU) are photographed working during the first of three extravehicular activities (EVAs) performed during the mission. Views include: Grunsfeld works to replace Rate Sensor Units (RSUs... more
    The original finding aid described this as: Description: STS-103 payload commander Steven L. Smith (free-floating with no stripes on his EMU) and mission specialist John M. Grunsfeld (attached to a workstation on the RMS arm with a red strip on the pants of his EMU) are photographed working during the first of three extravehicular activities (EVAs) performed during the mission. Views include: Grunsfeld works to replace Rate Sensor Units (RSUs) in the HST while Smith prepares to translate up from the HST aft bulkhead. Australia is visible in the background. Subject Terms: ASTRONAUTS, EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY, REMOTE MANIPULATOR SYSTEM, HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE, REPAIRING, PAYLOAD BAY, STS-103, DISCOVERY (ORBITER) Date Taken: 12/22/1999 Categories: EVA Interior_Exterior: Exterior Ground_Orbit: On-orbit Original: Digital Still Preservation File Format: TIFF less
  • Format
  • Magnetic Disk
    Photographic Print
    Magnetic Media
    Photographic Materials
  • Rights
  • Unrestricted