Spaceflight Now: Space Station/STS-98

Marsha Ivins and her hair enter lab
SPACEFLIGHT NOW
Posted: February 11, 2001

 
Marsha's hair
Entering the lab, Marsha Ivins lets down her hair after the anxiety of the previous day docking the $1.4 billion Destiny lab to the station. Photo: Spaceflight Now/NASA TV

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Status Summary
The Progress M-44 resupply ship docked with the station automatically at 0950 GMT (4:50 a.m. EST) on Wednesday.

The Alpha crew moved their Soyuz capsule from the aft of Zvezda to the Zarya module's Earth-facing port on Saturday.


See the Status Center for full play-by-play coverage.


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