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Endeavor docked at the International Space Station

This morning, at 07:06 Israel time, shuttle commander Endeavor George Zamka attached the shuttle to berth #2 in the harmonic component of the International Space Station. Both spacecraft were moving at the same time at an altitude of 362 km above the northern coast of Spain

The space shuttle Endeavour, STS-130 docks at the space station, February 10, 2010. In the center of the image is the Tranquility module and the Cupola space observatory attached to it on the cargo deck of the shuttle
The space shuttle Endeavour, STS-130 docks at the space station, February 10, 2010. In the center of the image is the Tranquility module and the Cupola space observatory attached to it on the cargo deck of the shuttle
This morning, at 07:06 Israel time, shuttle commander Endeavor George Zamka attached the shuttle to berth #2 in the harmonic component of the International Space Station. Both spacecraft were moving at the same time at an altitude of 362 km above the northern coast of Spain.

The crossings between the ferry and the station open at this time (09:04). Endeavour's crew members will work alongside members of the space station's 22nd crew, led by astronaut Jeff Williams and flight engineer Max Suryaev of Russia, as well as American TJ Cramer and Japanese Soiichi Noguchi.

About half an hour after the doors open, Nicholas Patrick of the Endeavor team and Cramer of the space station will operate the station's robotic arm to remove the sensors used to extend the shuttle's robotic arm and release it to work on the space station's cargo deck.

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