Mike Fossum (top right), five members of the joint shuttle-station crew pose for photographs in the Quest airlock of the International Space Station. Remaining inside but contributing greatly to the outside duo were, from left front, NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson, STS-135 commander, Doug Hurley, pilot, and Rex Walheim, mission specialist. Garan and Fossum are flight engineers for the station's Expedition 28 crew. Photo credit: NASA

Mike Fossum (top right), five members of the joint shuttle-station crew pose for photographs in the Quest airlock of the International Space Station. Remaining inside but contributing greatly to the outside duo were, from left front, NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson, STS-135 commander, Doug Hurley, pilot, and Rex Walheim, mission specialist. Garan and Fossum are flight engineers for the station's Expedition 28 crew. Photo credit: NASA

S135-E-008082 (15 July 2011) --- The Expedition 28 crew and the STS-135 Atlantis astronauts take a break from a busy day in space to pose for a portrait aboard the orbiting complex's Kibo laboratory of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The STS-135 crew consists of NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson, Doug Hurley, Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim; the Expedition 28 crewmembers are JAXA astronaut Satoshi Furukawa

S135-E-008082 (15 July 2011) --- The Expedition 28 crew and the STS-135 Atlantis astronauts take a break from a busy day in space to pose for a portrait aboard the orbiting complex's Kibo laboratory of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The STS-135 crew consists of NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson, Doug Hurley, Sandy Magnus and Rex Walheim; the Expedition 28 crewmembers are JAXA astronaut Satoshi Furukawa

ISS028-E-016069 (12 July 2011) --- Wearing extravehicular mobility unit space suits, NASA astronauts Mike Fossum (right), and Ron Garan, both Expedition 28 flight engineers, are assisted by NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson (foreground) and Rex Walheim in the International Space Station's Quest airlock prior to the July 12 spacewalk during which Fossum and Garan egressed the orbiting complex to complete some needed chores.

ISS028-E-016069 (12 July 2011) --- Wearing extravehicular mobility unit space suits, NASA astronauts Mike Fossum (right), and Ron Garan, both Expedition 28 flight engineers, are assisted by NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson (foreground) and Rex Walheim in the International Space Station's Quest airlock prior to the July 12 spacewalk during which Fossum and Garan egressed the orbiting complex to complete some needed chores.

S135-E-007103 (10 July 2011) -- Astronaut Chris Ferguson, STS-135 commander, is pictured at the commander's station on the forward flight deck of the space shuttle Atlantis during the mission's third day in space. The photo was made shortly before the shuttle and the International Space Station docked. Photo credit: NASA

S135-E-007103 (10 July 2011) -- Astronaut Chris Ferguson, STS-135 commander, is pictured at the commander's station on the forward flight deck of the space shuttle Atlantis during the mission's third day in space. The photo was made shortly before the shuttle and the International Space Station docked. Photo credit: NASA

S135-E-007350 (11 July 2011) --- NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson, STS-135 mission commander, toggles switches on the overhead panel of the forward flight deck of the space shuttle Atlantis. The image was recorded during the mission's fourth day of activities in Earth orbit and second day while being docked with the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA

S135-E-007350 (11 July 2011) --- NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson, STS-135 mission commander, toggles switches on the overhead panel of the forward flight deck of the space shuttle Atlantis. The image was recorded during the mission's fourth day of activities in Earth orbit and second day while being docked with the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA

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