Stock Photo - 07/13/1995 ___ Startled birds scatter as the stillness of a summer morning is broken by a giant´s roar. The Space Shuttle Discovery thundered into space from Launch Pad 39B at 9:41:55:078 a.m. EDT. STS_70 is the 70th Shuttle flight overall, the 21st for Discovery OV_103, and the fourth Shuttle flight in 1995. On board for the nearly eight_day mission are a crew of five: Commander Terence Tom Henricks, Pilot Kevin R. Kregel, and Mission Specialists Nancy Jane Currie, Donald A. Thomas and Mary Ellen Weber. The crew´s primary objective is to deploy the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite_G TDRS_G, which will join a constellation of other TDRS spacecraft already on orbit

Stock Photo: 07/13/1995 --- Startled birds scatter as the stillness of a summer morning is broken by a giant's roar. The Space Shuttle Discovery thundered into space from.

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