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  • I swung the upper boom of the arm across the forward cargo bay and then tilted the lower boom over the right forward side ofAtlantis ’s nose.

    Riding Rockets

  • Spacelab was a cylindrical module that would be installed in the cargo bay of a shuttle and connected to the cockpit by a pressurized tunnel.

    Riding Rockets

  • I want the cargo bay cleared — and I mean cleared — and one lifeboat prepped and stocked for a flight planetside.

    Warhorse

  • In the same quick glimpse, he saw the antigrav lifter from a cargo bay bobbing in the air nearby; he heard the soldiers as they mockingly chanted the last words he would hear before he stood at the doors of the Divine Treasury to give a full accounting of his life—

    MILLENNIUM

  • One such shift caused P8 Blue and Dr. Elizabeth Lense to fall through a cargo bay bulkhead on the U.S.S. Defiant while it was in interphase Interphase Book 1.

    Miracle Workers

  • The Manipulator Development Facility (MDF) contained a full-scale mock-up of the shuttle cargo bay (60 feet long and 15 feet in diameter) and a fully functional 50-foot-long robot arm.

    Riding Rockets

  • Between talking he was breathing deeply on the oxygen regulator that had been passed to him as soon as he had been winched into the cargo bay of the Lynx.

    Crusader Gold

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