Woody Spring and Jerry Ross EVA, Space Shuttle Atlantis STS-61B, November 1985

Woody Spring and Jerry Ross EVA, Space Shuttle Atlantis STS-61B, November 1985

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Vintage chromogenic print, 20.2 x 25.4 cm

NASA 61-B-45-22

[NASA description] An early phase of the build-up of the experimental assembly structures in extravehicular activity (EASE) components was captured on 70mm film with a handheld camera inside Atlantis’ cabin. Astronauts Jerry L. Ross (left) and Sherwood C. Spring conducted successful EVA in both “daytime” and “night time” environments.

Three communications satellites were deployed: MORE LOS-B (Mexico), AUSSAT-2 (Australia) and SATCOM KU-2 (RCA Americom). MORELOS-B and AUSSAT-2 were attached to the Payload Assist Module-D motors, SATCOM KU-2 to a PAM-D2 designed for heavier payloads. Two experiments were conducted to test assembling erectable structures in space: Experimental Assembly of Structures in Extravehicular Activity (EASE) and Assembly Concept for Construction of Erectable Space Structure (ACCESS). The experiments required two space walks by Spring and Ross lasting five hours, 32 minutes, and six hours, 38 minutes, respectively. Middeck payloads: Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES); Diffusive Mixing of Organic Solutions (DMOS); Morelos Payload Specialist Experiments (MPSE) and Orbiter Experiments (OEX). In payload bay: Get Away Special and IMAX Cargo Bay Camera (ICBC).

Condition: small indentation to paper on top left margin, otherwise mint

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