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STS-119 Shuttle Mission Imagery
Lee Archambault
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S119-E-006690 (20 March 2009) --- On the eve of his mission's second extravehicular activity, astronaut Lee Archambault finds himself temporarily back in the commander's seat aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery. With more than five days in space under its belt, the STS-119 crew has shuffled back and forth between the shuttle and the International Space Station as the home improvement project on the orbital outpost continues, including the successful initial spacewalk on March 19. Two astronauts from the STS-119 crew will leave through the station's airlock on March 21 to perform the second of three scheduled spacewalks.

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