View of FWD ISS and docked STS-132 Atlantis



Washington, DC, United States

ISS023-E-046100 (18 May 2010) --- Rassvet (Russian for "dawn"), also known as the Mini-Research Module 1 (MRM1), was photographed by one of twelve astronauts and cosmonauts onboard the International Space Station following its deployment. Rassvet will be primarily used for cargo storage and as a docking port for visiting spacecraft. It flew to the ISS along with the STS-132 astronauts aboard space shuttle Atlantis (seen docked to the orbital outpost among this cluster of hardware) over the mid-May 2010 weekend. Cupola, a recent addition to the ISS, because of its distance from the camera, shows up as a tiny gray object at photo center.


  • Title: View of FWD ISS and docked STS-132 Atlantis
  • Date Created: 2010-05-18
  • Rights: JSC
  • Album: mgwhite

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