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My.. Car.
Ise Monogatari Emaki, Scroll I.
St. Paul (adaptation), Hans Baldung, German

St. Paul (adaptation), Hans Baldung, German

After Hans Baldung (called Hans Baldung Grien) (German, Schwäbisch Gmünd (?) 1484/85–1545 Strasbourg (Strassburg))

St. Elizabeth (adaptation), Hans Baldung, German

St. Elizabeth (adaptation), Hans Baldung, German

After Hans Baldung (called Hans Baldung Grien) (German, Schwäbisch Gmünd (?) 1484/85–1545 Strasbourg (Strassburg))

Jonstonus Joannes - Dromedarij.
Exterior view of the two temples at Ybsambul [Abu Sunbul].
Utagawa Hiroshige - Hara, Asa no Fuji
Utagawa Hiroshige - Shinagawa, Hinode
Vallee da Serra do Mar (Chaine de montagnes pre de la mer).
Die Herren Lawrence und Redisha: erste Mimiker des Covent-Garden Theaters in London, in ihren Vorstellungen auf dem Theater an der Wien
Juneau City. Curiosity shop. New York Sterecope Card.
Abraham's Oak at Hebron, Palestine
Route des pyramides de Gîzeh.
Karnak, allée des sphinx et le pylône d'Eugertes II.
General Hospital, near Gettysburg, Pa.  This hospital was established by the Government soon after the battle, and furnished accommodation for about three thousand wounded soldiers.
Pilger aus Baçrah [Ba.srah], Pilger aus Bahrain (in der Mitte ein Schêch aus Kabul), Pilger aus Zanzibar, Pilger aus Baghdad.
South America from "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, clay, putty, paper pulp, plaster of Paris ... Also Chalk Modeling in its adaptation to purposes of illustration. Fully illustrated"

South America from "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sa...

This image has been taken from scan 000139 from "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, clay, putty, paper pulp, plaster of Paris ... Also Chalk Modeling in its adaptation to purposes of illustra... More

Panorama du Lauberhorn
abacus from "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, clay, putty, paper pulp, plaster of Paris ... Also Chalk Modeling in its adaptation to purposes of illustration. Fully illustrated"

abacus from "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, cla...

This image has been taken from scan 000218 from "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, clay, putty, paper pulp, plaster of Paris ... Also Chalk Modeling in its adaptation to purposes of illustra... More

Colline de Qalabane.
Snake-charmers in India page 182
Jamaicans Carrying Bananas - Breadfruit-Tree Overhead
Cultivation of Sugar-Cane, Jamaica
Market place, Bethlehem
Jack and the beanstalk /

Jack and the beanstalk /

From Edison films catalog: A grand spectacular performance in nine scenes and one tableau, illustrating the most popular fairy story ever written.... From this very simple and popular fairy tale we have produce... More

F. Ziegfeld, Jr. presents Anna Held in Jeaan Richepin's play, Mam'selle Napoleon music by Gustave Lüders ; lyrics & adaptation by Joseph Herbert.

F. Ziegfeld, Jr. presents Anna Held in Jeaan Richepin's play, Mam'sell...

"Knickerbocker Theatre." Created and "copyright 1903 by The Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati & New York." N.Y. no. 10721. Upper left corner missing. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)

Young Fijian warriors.
“African-American troops advancing toward the front…”
Superstructures. Wallkill Gaging chamber, located south of Wallkill pressure tunnel, in Ulster county, N. Y.  Contract 117. July 6, 1916.
Shorter Hall, Wilberforce University.
Imagination is allowed full play at the American Laboratory Theatre. In "The straw hat" (above) and "Much ado about nothing" (below) the costumes and scenes, designed and created in the workshop, won favorable comment from leading critics
House on river side of levee near Caruthersville, Missouri. Note this is adaptation of house boat
The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph
Star pupil, 82 years old, reading her lesson in adult class, Gee's Bend, Alabama, May 1939.
B-24 Liberator Bomber and C-87 Liberator Express. Cross-section of the C-87 Liberator Express shows the transport as an adaptation of the B-24 Liberator bomber. In the Liberator Express, the fuselage is stripped, the nose is closed, turrets are eliminated and a large loading door installed. It has a top speed of over 300 miles per hour and a range of approximately 3,000 miles
B-24 Liberator Bomber and C-87 Liberator Express. Cross-section of the C-87 Liberator Express shows the transport as an adaptation of the B-24 Liberator bomber. In the Liberator Express, the fuselage is stripped, the nose is closed, turrets are eliminated and a large loading door installed. It has a top speed of over 300 miles per hour and a range of approximately 3,000 miles
Carpenters and construction workers waiting outside Florida State employment office trying to get jobs on Camp Blanding, Starke, Florida. Dec. 1940
Migratory laborers cutting celery, Belle Glade, Florida, January 1941.
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. A new consolidated transport, just off the assembly line of a Western aircraft plant are loaded with cargo. The site of the plant and flying field was a cow pasture not so long before Pearl Harbor. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Installing fittings and operating equipment in the body of a consolidated transport plane under construction in a Western plant. View is looking forward from the tail fuselage. Note how the wing center section (top center) passes through the plane body. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Lowering one of the four engines of a mighty consolidated transport plane at a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24, which is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Mated sections of a consolidated transport plane are lifted by a monorail crane from a fuselage mating fixture of a Western aircraft plant.  It will next be deposited in a carriage which will carry it along the assembly line. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. A new consolidated transport, just off the assembly line of a Western plant, taxies away from the flight hangar toward the flight runway for a takeoff. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting system in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Ramy Presley sets Cleco fasteners with a pistol-like tool to hold a belly piece of a consolidated transport in place previous to riveting. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and is now coming off the production lines of a Western plant in great numbers. It carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production.
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Another mighty warship of the air will soon be ready for "launching." A nose door is being readied for assembly on a new consolidated transport plane at the end of the assembly line of a western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best air conditioning
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. New consolidated transport, just off the assembly line of a Western aircraft plant are loaded with cargo. The site of the plant and flying field was a cow pasture not so long before Pearl Harbor. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. The tail of a consolidated transport plane is fitted to the wing center section in the fuselage mating fixture at a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. A mating operation on a consolidated transport plane just before it comes to the pre-assembly line. This transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human and cargo load than any other plane now in mass production
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. An assembled wing center section for a consolidated transport plane is lifted from the wing bucks by a monorail crane at a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. A wing center section for a B-24 bomber in a bomb bay mating jig at a Western aircraft plant. At this same plant is also built the new consolidated transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and is capable of operation at high altitudes and over great ranges for high accuracy bombing missions. It proved itself an excellent performer in the Pacific, in Northern Africa, Europe and the Aleutians
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Another masterpiece of American mass production. A new consolidated transport, just off the assembly line of a Western aircraft plant, gets a final checkup preparatory to a test flight. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Structural parts of a consolidated transport plane are installed in the "tunnel" of a tail fuselage section in a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Girl riveting teams at a Western aircraft plant work on a belly cover for the cargo carrying adaptation of the B-24, which is known as the C-87. This new transport carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Lowering one of the four engines of a mighty consolidated transport plane at a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24, which is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. A new consolidated transport, just off the assembly line of a Western aircraft plant are loaded with cargo. The site of the plant and flying field was a cow pasture not so long before Pearl Harbor. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Installing one of the four engines of a mighty consolidated transport plane at a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24, which is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Structural parts of a consolidated transport plane are installed in the "tunnel" of a tail fuselage section in a Western plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. One-fourth of the way down the assembly line of Western aircraft plant making consolidated B-24 bombers and transports. This new transports, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Mighty warship of the air that will soon be ready for "launching." New consolidated transport plane get a fueling and final checkup before leaving the assembly line of a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the county
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Half down the final line of a Western aircraft plant at which consolidated B-24 bombers and transports are made. This new transports, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Sheet metal work benches at a large Western aircraft plant form an interesting pattern. Consolidated transport and bomber planes are built here. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Final additions are made to the shell of a consolidated transport plane in preparation for its trip down the final assembly line of a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. A new consolidated transport, just off the assembly line of a Western plant, taxies away from the flight hangar toward the flight runway for a takeoff. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting system in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Center wing sections at a Western aircraft plant now producing consolidated B-24 bombers and transports. The new transport ship, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production -- and carries these great loads at high speeds
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. The cargo door of a consolidated transport plane is fitted into a tail fuselage opening at a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as C-87, and carries one of of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Structural parts of a consolidated transport plane are installed in the "tunnel" of a tail fuselage section in a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Another masterpiece of American mass production. A new consolidated transport, just off the assembly line of a Western aircraft plant, gets a final checkup preparatory to a test flight. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Center wing sections at a Western aircraft plant now producing consolidated B-24 bombers and transports. The new transport ship, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production -- and carries these great loads at high speeds
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Installing the nose door of a consolidated transport plane, one of the last assembly line operations at a Western aircraft plant. Here womanpower and manpower work together or various sections of the plane. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Another masterpiece of American mass production. A new consolidated transport, just off the assembly line of a Western aircraft plant, gets a final checkup preparatory to a test flight. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87 and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. The nose section of a mighty consolidated transport plane, goes into place in the fuselage mating fixture of a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Mated fuselage, nose and wing center sections of a consolidated transport plane are lowered as a unit into the carriage on which the shell will travel along the final assembly line. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Just off the assembly line of a western plane, a new consolidated transport makes its maiden flight. The landing wheels are being retracted as the plane soars. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Lowering one of the four engines of a mighty consolidated transport plane at a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24, which is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best and most modern air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Production. B-24 bombers and C-87 transports. Final additions are made to the shell of a consolidated transport plane in preparation for its trip down the final assembly line of a Western aircraft plant. This new transport, an adaptation of the B-24 bomber, is known as the C-87, and carries one of the greatest human or cargo loads of any plane now in mass production. It is built in a plant equipped with one of the best air conditioning and fluorescent lighting systems in the country
Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan i Stockholm 1948-1958.Willow Pond efter ett av L. A. Jones och C. N. Nelson. Den diapositiva bilden hade tonomfånget 32:1. Ett typiskt genomsnittsmotiv.För mer info se: Bäckström, Helmer. Fotografisk Handbok. Natur och Kultur. Stockholm. 1942. s. 329.

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska ...

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga T... More

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan i Stockholm 1948-1958.Skogsparti# ett motiv med stort tonomfång (ca 100:1). (Efter L.A. Jones och C.N. Nelson.)För mer info se: Bäckström, Helmer. Fotografisk Handbok. Natur och Kultur. Stockholm. 1942. s. 331.

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska ...

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga T... More

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan i Stockholm 1948-1958.Strandsceneri# ett motiv med relativt ringa tonomfång (12:1). (Efter L.A. Jones och C.N. Nelson.)Bäckström, Helmer. Fotografisk Handbok. Natur och Kultur. Stockholm. 1942. s. 330.

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska ...

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga T... More

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan i Stockholm 1948-1958.Beskrivning av motivets tonomfång.För mer info se: Bäckström, Helmer. Fotografisk Handbok. Natur och Kultur. Stockholm. 1942. s. 326.

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska ...

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga T... More

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan i Stockholm 1948-1958.Beskrivning av motivets tonomfång.För mer info se: Bäckström, Helmer. Fotografisk Handbok. Natur och Kultur. Stockholm. 1942. s. 326.

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska ...

Skioptikonbild från Institutionen för fotografi vid Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan. Använd av professor Helmer Bäckström som föreläsningsmaterial. Bäckström var Sveriges första professor i fotografi vid Kungliga T... More

Surrounded by Viet Cong medical personnel, injured American POW, CPT David Earle Baker, (Captured 27 June 72) sits in the hospital tent prior to being turned over the American authorities. CPT Baker was one of the 27 American POWs who were released during the exchange of POWs by the Four Power Joint Military Commission

Surrounded by Viet Cong medical personnel, injured American POW, CPT D...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: HOMECOMING Base: Loc Ninh Country: South Vietnam Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Herman Kokojan Release Status: Released to Publ... More

Surrounded by Viet Cong medical personnel, injured American POW, CPT David Earle Baker, (Captured 27 June 72) sits in the hospital tent prior to being turned over the American authorities. CPT Baker was one of the 27 American POWs who were released during the exchange of POWs by the Four Power Joint Military Commission

Surrounded by Viet Cong medical personnel, injured American POW, CPT D...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: HOMECOMING Base: Loc Ninh Country: South Vietnam Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Herman Kokojan Release Status: Released to Publ... More

STS068-21-023 - STS-068 - DSO 604 - MS Smith undergoes a visual-vestibular study

STS068-21-023 - STS-068 - DSO 604 - MS Smith undergoes a visual-vestib...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: STS-68 Mission Specialist Steven Smith undergoes a Visual-Vestibular Integration study to determine its function in adaptation onboard the middeck of th... More

STS063-86-016 - STS-063 - MS Voss and MS Harris conducting Sensory-Motor Investigations

STS063-86-016 - STS-063 - MS Voss and MS Harris conducting Sensory-Mot...

The original finding aid described this as: Description: Photographic documentation of Mission Specialist Janice Voss undergoing tests, while Payload Commander and Mission Specialist Bernard Harris, Jr. gather... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is moved to its workstand in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1715

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is moved to its workstand in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Inves... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is ready for processing after being placed in its workstand in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1717

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is ready for processing after being placed in its workstand in the Operations a... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is moved to its workstand in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1713

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is moved to its workstand in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Inves... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is ready for processing after being placed in its workstand in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1716

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is ready for processing after being placed in its workstand in the Operations a... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is moved to its workstand in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1714

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is moved to its workstand in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Inves... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is installed in the Spacelab module by Boeing technicians in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1718

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is installed in the Spacelab module by Boeing technicians in the Operations and... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is installed in the Spacelab module by Boeing technicians in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1719

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is installed in the Spacelab module by Boeing technicians in the Operations and... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is installed in the Spacelab module by Boeing technicians in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1720

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, is installed in the Spacelab module by Boeing technicians in the Operations and... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, undergoes further processing in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1813

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, undergoes further processing in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. In... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, undergoes further processing in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1814

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, undergoes further processing in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. In... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, undergoes further processing in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1812

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, undergoes further processing in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. In... More

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, undergoes further processing in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system. The crew of STS-90 will include Commander Richard Searfoss, Pilot Scott Altman, Mission Specialists Richard Linnehan, Dafydd (Dave) Williams, M.D., and Kathryn (Kay) Hire, and Payload Specialists Jay Buckey, M.D., and James Pawelczyk, Ph.D KSC-97PC1815

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttl...

The Neurolab payload for STS-90, scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on April 2, 1998, undergoes further processing in the Operations and Checkout Building at KSC. In... More

STS-90 crew members check out the inside of the module for the mission's Neurolab payload during the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) in Kennedy Space Center's (KSC's) Operations and Checkout Building, where the payload is undergoing processing. The CEIT gives astronauts an opportunity to get a hands-on look at the payloads with which they will be working on-orbit. STS-90 is scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from KSC on April 2. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system KSC-98pc148

STS-90 crew members check out the inside of the module for the mission...

STS-90 crew members check out the inside of the module for the mission's Neurolab payload during the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) in Kennedy Space Center's (KSC's) Operations and Checkout Building, wher... More

STS-90 Payload Specialists James Pawelczyk, Ph.D. (at left), and Jay Buckey Jr., M.D., examine items to be used during the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) in Kennedy Space Center's (KSC's) Operations and Checkout Building, where the Neurolab payload is undergoing processing. The CEIT gives astronauts an opportunity to get a hands-on look at the payloads with which they will be working on-orbit. STS-90 is scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from KSC on April 2. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system KSC-98pc145

STS-90 Payload Specialists James Pawelczyk, Ph.D. (at left), and Jay B...

STS-90 Payload Specialists James Pawelczyk, Ph.D. (at left), and Jay Buckey Jr., M.D., examine items to be used during the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) in Kennedy Space Center's (KSC's) Operations and C... More

STS-90 crew members study manuals and drawings for the mission's Neurolab payload during the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) in Kennedy Space Center's (KSC's) Operations and Checkout Building, where the payload is undergoing processing. The CEIT gives astronauts an opportunity to get a hands-on look at the payloads with which they will be working on-orbit. STS-90 is scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from KSC on April 2. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system KSC-98pc149

STS-90 crew members study manuals and drawings for the mission's Neuro...

STS-90 crew members study manuals and drawings for the mission's Neurolab payload during the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) in Kennedy Space Center's (KSC's) Operations and Checkout Building, where the pa... More

STS-90 Mission Specialist Dafydd "Dave" Rhys Williams, M.D., with the Canadian Space Agency, and back-up Payload Specialist Chiaki Mukai, M.D., Ph.D., with the National Space Development Agency of Japan, examine items to be used during the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT) in Kennedy Space Center's (KSC's) Operations and Checkout Building, where the Neurolab payload is undergoing processing. The CEIT gives astronauts an opportunity to get a hands-on look at the payloads with which they will be working on-orbit. STS-90 is scheduled to launch aboard the Shuttle Columbia from KSC on April 2. Investigations during the Neurolab mission will focus on the effects of microgravity on the nervous system. Specifically, experiments will study the adaptation of the vestibular system, the central nervous system, and the pathways that control the ability to sense location in the absence of gravity, as well as the effect of microgravity on a developing nervous system KSC-98pc146

STS-90 Mission Specialist Dafydd "Dave" Rhys Williams, M.D., with the ...

STS-90 Mission Specialist Dafydd "Dave" Rhys Williams, M.D., with the Canadian Space Agency, and back-up Payload Specialist Chiaki Mukai, M.D., Ph.D., with the National Space Development Agency of Japan, examin... More

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