On Discovery's flight deck, the STS-82 astronauts pose for the traditional inflight crew portrait.  The Hubble Space Telescope (HST), latched down in the Shuttle's cargo bay, is partially visible in the background.  A total of five days of extravehicular activity (EVA) were used to service the orbiting observatory.  Front row, left to right, are astronauts Scott J. Horowitz, pilot; Kenneth D. Bowersox, commander; and Steven A. Hawley, mission specialist.  On the back row are the other mission specialists -- astronauts Steven L. Smith, Gregory J. Harbaugh, Mark C. Lee (payload commander) and Joseph R. Tanner.<br />
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On Discovery's flight deck, the STS-82 astronauts pose for the traditional inflight crew portrait. The Hubble Space Telescope (HST), latched down in the Shuttle's cargo bay, is partially visible in the background. A total of five days of extravehicular activity (EVA) were used to service the orbiting observatory. Front row, left to right, are astronauts Scott J. Horowitz, pilot; Kenneth D. Bowersox, commander; and Steven A. Hawley, mission specialist. On the back row are the other mission specialists -- astronauts Steven L. Smith, Gregory J. Harbaugh, Mark C. Lee (payload commander) and Joseph R. Tanner.
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Date: 6 Aug 2017
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