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Up close and personal with the Shuttle Independence
12/20/2018

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I stood in the cargo bay of the Shuttle and saw a satellite in a cradle that would be launched into space as NASA did so many times during the Shuttle era (Image courtesy of Loretta Taranovich)

I stood in the cargo bay of the Shuttle and saw a satellite in a cradle that would be launched into space as NASA did so many times during the Shuttle era (Image courtesy of Loretta Taranovich)

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