From inside the payload bay of the Shuttle Trainer.
My baby! I mean, the Hubble Space Telescope!
"Unofficial", gag, photo of the crew of STS-61-C
[NASA has a tradition of doing this for many crews - ed]
"All right, ah believe ah need to clear up some misconceptions here. Crip and I will not be the first colons in space. We also will not be the first livers, or stomachs, or adrenal glands. Heh heh heh.”
"John, my tan and I are judging you."
I used this spray tan stuff for the first time and I look like Crip today (facial expression included)
Thanks to lightthiscandle for finding this on NASA’s Flickr!
Expedition One Flight engineer Sergei Krikalev poses for a photo beside the International Space Station ISS Alpha’s Service Module SM window. The STS-98 orbiter Atlantis can be seen on approach to the ISS through the window. NASA Identifier: iss001-361-017”
Ever had your modeling photoshoot totally photobombed by a Space Shuttle?
Krikalev: :does Russian version of Blue Steel:
Atlantis: U MAD BRO
Krikalev: SPACE SHUTTLE, YOU FOIL ME AGAIN, THEES EEZ BULL
Space Shuttle: A Life (part 6)
Beautiful photo set of the first decade or so of the Shuttle’s time in orbit.
Space Shuttle: A Life (part 5)
More Shuttle payloads! These feature the Hubble Space Telescope, Compton Gamma Ray Observatory, and some commercial satellites.
Space Shuttle: A Life (part 4)
Ahhh, the Shuttle’s many payloads. These are all within the first ten to twelve years of the shuttle’s life, and thus does not include the Mir or International space stations.
Payloads here include the Long Duration Exposure Facility, Hubble Space Telescope, and various commercial satellites.