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Remote Manipulator System Gallery

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Choose from 39 pictures in our Remote Manipulator System collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

The Space Shuttle Endeavours Remote Manipulator System robotic arm moves an external Featured Print

The Space Shuttle Endeavours Remote Manipulator System robotic arm moves an external

August 14, 2007 - Backdropped by a colorful Earth, the Space Shuttle Endeavour's Remote Manipulator System (RMS) robotic arm moves an external stowage platform (ESP-3) for a hand-off to the station's robotic arm (out of frame) while docked with the International Space Station. Astronauts Tracy Caldwell and Barbara R. Morgan, both STS-118 mission specialists, were inside at Endeavour's controls as the shuttle's robotic arm lifted the storage platform from the cargo bay to hand it over to the station's robotic arm, also known as Canadarm2. Astronauts Charlie Hobaugh, pilot, and Clay Anderson, Expedition 15 flight engineer, then used Canadarm2 to attach the 13-by-7-foot platform to the station's Port 3 truss

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Dextre, the Canadian Space Agencys robotic handyman Featured Print

Dextre, the Canadian Space Agencys robotic handyman

February 3, 2011 - Dextre, the Canadian Space Agency's robotic handyman, is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 26 crew member aboard the International Space Station. Dextre completed its first real job since the robot passed its final exam in December 2010, unpacking two critical pieces of equipment delivered by the unpiloted Japanese Kounotori2 H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV2) spacecraft, the space equivalent of a moving van. HTV2 is the second unpiloted cargo ship launched by JAXA, the Japanese Space Agency, to the station and delivered more than four tons of food and supplies to the station and its crew members. a€š

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Challenger as seen from SPAS Featured Print

Challenger as seen from SPAS

Full view of Space Shuttle Orbiter Challenger in space, taken by the Space Pallet Satellite (SPAS). A heavily cloud-covered portion of the earth forms the backdrop for this scene of Challenger. Visible in the payload bay are the protective cradles for the Palapa-B and Telesat F communications satellites, the pallet for the NASA Office of Space and Terrestrial Applications (OSTA-2), the Remote Manipulator System (RMS) robot arm in the shape of the numeral seven and the KU- band antenna. A number of GetAway Special (GAS) canisters are also visible along the port side