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Foton File Name: fotomdwg.jpg. Image width: 351 pixels. Image height: 242 pixels. Image size: 21,000 bytes.
Foton Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: foton.gif. Image width: 167 pixels. Image height: 154 pixels. Image size: 1,469 bytes.
Foton Credit: © Carsten Wiedemann. File Name: foton4.jpg. Image width: 439 pixels. Image height: 207 pixels. Image size: 22,344 bytes.
Foton Foton satellite in its assembly hall, with its booster and payload shroud. The cylindrical module at the top is a Nauka module.
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Foton Credit: © Thomas Ludwig. File Name: fotonj.jpg. Image width: 338 pixels. Image height: 219 pixels. Image size: 17,496 bytes.
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France Credit: © Mark Wade. File Name: franflg.gif. Image width: 32 pixels. Image height: 20 pixels. Image size: 164 bytes.
Space Station Fred Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: fred.gif. Image width: 541 pixels. Image height: 368 pixels. Image size: 5,039 bytes.
Space Station Fred The most expensive "Option B" design was very similar to the 1991 "Fred" design shown here. Option B would have omitted one truss segment while simplifying some subsystems to save money.
Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: fred3.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 432 pixels. Image size: 58,223 bytes.
Station Fred 1991 1991 Fred Space Station Redesign. NASA unveiled its new Space Station design in March 1991. The resulting new configuration shown here was mockingly referred to as "Fred" by the programs critics, underscoring the truncated nature of the design.
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Space Station Fred Fred Space Station Crew Modules. Inside the redesigned Fred habitation module. The crew was reduced from eight astronauts to four.
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Space Station Fred Fred Space Station Crew Modules. Cutaway drawing of the new 8.2-meter Fred habitation module. The galley and gymnasium are visible at left.
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Space Station Fred Fred Space Station Crew Modules. The redesigned US laboratory module now contained 15 experiment racks.
Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: fredlab.jpg. Image width: 640 pixels. Image height: 320 pixels. Image size: 63,544 bytes.
Freedom Credit: NASA via Marcus Lindroos. File Name: freedom.gif. Image width: 556 pixels. Image height: 262 pixels. Image size: 8,377 bytes.
Fregat stage Fregat upper stage for Soyuz launch vehicle.
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Fobos Hopper 'Hopper' surface probe that was to have been deployed on the surface of Phobos on the Fobos-1/2 missions
Location: Lavochkin. Credit: Andy Salmon. File Name: frog.jpg. Image width: 240 pixels. Image height: 406 pixels. Image size: 20,245 bytes.
FRS 1989 Flight Robotic Servicer
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FRS Martin 1989 Flight Robotic Servicer. NASA decided to develop a $288-million Flight Telerobotic Servicer in 1987 after Congress voiced concern about American competitiveness in the field of robotics.
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FSW in Assembly FSW reconnaisance satellite in assembly.
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Recovery of FSW Recovery of FSW unmanned reconnaisance satellite capsule. This capsule was dimensionally too small to be used as a manned spacecraft.
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Recovery of FSW Recovery of FSW-17 photoreconnaisance satellite.
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Recovery of FSW Recovery of an unidentified FSW reconaissance satellite.
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FLTP orbiter FLTP orbiter releases payload
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FLTP landing FLTP orbiter lands
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Fengyun File Name: fy1.jpg. Image width: 285 pixels. Image height: 123 pixels. Image size: 6,999 bytes.
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