STS-6 on approach to Edwards Air Force Base, California, USA, April 9, 1983. Space Shuttle Challenger approaches Runway 22 at Edwards Air Force Base for landing at the end of mission STS-6. As Challenger lined up on final approach, mission specialist Donald H. Peterson stretched behind the pilot seats with a 35 mm still camera to snap this rare picture. Challenger landed seconds later. STS-6 was commanded by astronaut Paul J. Weitz. The pilot was astronaut Karol J. Bobko. Dr. F. Story Musgrave and Peterson were the mission specialists on the mission.
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