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Photo ID Program Mission Date Taken Film Type
S83-39145 Shuttle STS-8 August 25, 1983 4x5
Challenger's roll-out from the OPF to the VAB
Challenger's roll-out from the orbiter processing facility (OPF) to the vehicle assembly building (VAB) is underway as preparations continue towards launch of STS-8. Challenger is being towed into the VAB by tractor, with parked cars on all sides. Close-up view of the Challenger as it is towed in to the VAB. The Kennedy Space Centre alternative photo number is 108-KSC-83PC-533 (39145).
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