Space shuttle Discovery photographed from ISS
April 7, 2005
Chiao used a digital camera from an altitude of 220 statute miles to photograph Discovery during its roll out in preparation for the first launch of a shuttle in the two years since the Columbia disaster. The shot was made at 4:35 Eastern Daylight Time when the ISS flew over the launch site.
Two pads at Launch Complex 39 are visible in the image. Discovery's launch pad, 39-B, is on the left. Inset points to Discovery.
- "Space Shuttle Discovery resumes rollout to launch pad" — Wikinews, April 6, 2005
- "Kennedy Space Center Multimedia Gallery" — , April 6, 2005