STS-60 Space Shuttle Discovery
Russian RKA cosmonaut Sergei K Krikalev, using the Shuttle's amateur radio experiment (SAREX) equipment on the Shuttle's aft flight deck to speak with students in Maine (Krikalev holds a camcorder, which was used to record inflight activities) during Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-60, 10th February 1994. STS-60 is the first mission of the US/Russian Shuttle-Mir Program, carrying the Wake Shield Facility (WSF) experiment and a Spacehab module into orbit. (Photo by Space Frontiers/Archive Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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February 10, 1994
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