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Astronaut on Shuttle Mission 41-C, 1984

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Astronaut on Shuttle mission 41-C, 1984. Shuttle astronaut with Solar Maximum Satellite in the hold of the Space Shuttle Challenger. During Shuttle mission 41-C, launched on 6 April 1984, astronauts George Nelson and James van Hoften captured the Solar Maximum Satellite that had failed in orbit four years before, took it back to Challenger where they repaired and released it again. This was the first repair of a satellite in space. The astronauts also flight-tested Manned Manoeuvering Units (MMUs) and operated the Cinema 360 and IMAX Camera Systems. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Astronaut on Shuttle mission 41-C, 1984. Shuttle astronaut with Solar Maximum Satellite in the hold of the Space Shuttle Challenger. During Shuttle mission 41-C, launched on 6 April 1984, astronauts George Nelson and James van Hoften captured the Solar Maximum Satellite that had failed in orbit four years before, took it back to Challenger where they repaired and released it again. This was the first repair of a satellite in space. The astronauts also flight-tested Manned Manoeuvering Units (MMUs) and operated the Cinema 360 and IMAX Camera Systems. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Astronaut on Shuttle mission 41-C, 1984. Shuttle astronaut with Solar Maximum Satellite in the hold of the Space Shuttle Challenger. During Shuttle mission 41-C, launched on 6 April 1984, astronauts George Nelson and James van Hoften captured the Solar Maximum Satellite that had failed in orbit four years before, took it back to Challenger where they repaired and released it again. This was the first repair of a satellite in space. The astronauts also flight-tested Manned Manoeuvering Units (MMUs) and operated the Cinema 360 and IMAX Camera Systems. This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display.

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Astronaut on Shuttle Mission 41-C, 1984

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