Photos: Space Shuttle Leaves Space Station for Last Time

Atlantis Docked to the International Space Station with Robotic Arm Deployed

Atlantis and the Earth

Atlantis After Undocking by Astronaut Ron Garan

This never-before-seen view of the International Space Station shows the orbiting lab as it appeared to astronauts on the shuttle Atlantis after the two spacecraft undocked for the final time on July 19, 2011 during NASA's final shuttle mission. The station rotated 90 degrees after undocking in an unprecedented manuever to provide better views to the shuttle crew.

Shuttle Atlantis Undocks from Space Station for Last Time

Atlantis After Undocking with ISS Solar Arrays in Foreground

The International Space Station as Seen Through an Atlantis Porthole

The International Space Station as Seen from Shuttle Atlantis After Undocking

The International Space Station turns slowly to provide a side-view to the shuttle Atlantis after the two spaceships undocked on July 19, 2011 during NASA's final shuttle mission

Rare Space Station Side-View

Seeing Half of Shuttle Atlantis

Atlantis as Seen Through the International Space Station's Cupola

 

This image of the International Space Station was taken by Atlantis' STS-135 crew during a fly around as the shuttle departed the station on Tuesday, July 19, 2011. STS-135 is the final shuttle mission to the orbital laboratory

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