BY SPACEFLIGHT NOW WRITERS
September 20, 2000 -- Follow the mission of space shuttle Atlantis to outfit the International Space Station. Reload this page for the very latest on the mission.
Read our earlier Mission Status Center coverage.
See the path Atlantis will take on its return to Earth with our STS-106 Landing Tracker.
KSC Orbit 185 - touchdown in Florida at 0756 GMT.
Space shuttle Atlantis gently undocks from the international space station after a successful supply delivery visit to the orbiting outpost.
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Space shuttle Atlantis docks with the International Space Station high above Kazakhstan.
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A tracking camera located on the beach north of launch pad 39B watches space shuttle Atlantis climb into the morning sky on Sept. 8.
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Atlantis blasts off and rolls to a heads-down position for its trek toward orbit as seen in this dramatic tracking camera footage.
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A tracking camera captures the separation of the twin solid rocket boosters from Atlantis.
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Space shuttle Atlantis lifts off from pad 39B on its mission to deliver supplies and equipment to the international space station.
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The twin solid rocket boosters are jettisoned from space shuttle Atlantis having completed their job during the launch.
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The seven Atlantis astronauts depart their quarters and head for launch pad 39B to board the shuttle.
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A bolt of lightning struck launch pad 39B during a severe thunderstorm on Sept. 5 where space shuttle Atlantis is waiting for liftoff. Video shows various angles of the strike from a series of launch pad cameras.
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The seven Atlantis astronauts arrive at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Monday evening in advance of their launch to the international space station.
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NASA animation shows Atlantis approaching and docking to the international space station during the STS-106 mission.
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Atlantis undocks and makes a fly-around of the international space station before departing during the STS-106 mission as seen in NASA animation.
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Take an animated tour of the international space station in its current configuration, including the Unity, Zarya and Zvezda modules and Progress cargo freighter.
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