FREE image of EVA 2 activity on Flight Day 5 to service the Hubble Space Telescope
STS082-742-047 (11-21 Feb. 1997) --- On Flight Day 5, astronaut Joseph R. Tanner (left) holds a 500 pound piece of hardware as he stands on the end of the Space Shuttle Discovery's Remote Manipulator System (RMS) arm, as tethered astronaut Gregory J. Harbaugh works nearby. The piano-shaped object held aloft by Tanner is actually the Fine Guidance Sensor 1 (FGS-1), which Tanner had just removed from the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). Harbaugh is inspecting the FGS' bay to set the stage for the two to insert the replacement hardware. EDITOR'S NOTE: For orientation purposes, the picture should be held with Space Shuttle's OMS pods at top.
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