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Early morning liftoff of Atlantis on STS-101 mission
Flames from the solid rocket boosters lit up the clouds of smoke and steam trailing behind shuttle Atlantis on May 19, 2000, as it lifted off on mission STS-101. It was the shuttle program's third space station assembly flight, and first space flight for astronaut Jeff Williams, currently aboard the station as a member of the Expedition 47 crew. The mission took the crew of six American astronauts and one Russian cosmonaut to the International Space Station to deliver logistics and supplies, as well as to prepare the station for the arrival of the Zvezda Service Module, launched by Russia on July 12, 2000. NASA/UPI

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Early morning liftoff of Atlantis on STS-101 mission
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