STS050-40-027 - STS-050 - Ultraviolet Plume Instrument experiment.
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The original finding aid described this as: Description: Ultraviolet Plume Experiment in which brief firings of the orbiter's rocket engines will be done to determine if the plume can be detected by the LACE satellite. Orange red flashes and purple flashes are present on all frames. The flashes are circular and bisected diagonally from NE to SW and are rose colored on the NW half, blue on the SE half. Subject Terms: STS-50, COLUMBIA (ORBITER), SPACEBORNE EXPERIMENTS, PLUMES ONBOARD ACTIVITIES Date Taken: 7/9/1992 Categories: Experiment (Non-medical) Interior_Exterior: Exterior Ground_Orbit: On-orbit Original: Film - 35MM CN Preservation File Format: TIFF
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