Check out these rare photos from inside the space shuttle. 
Most come from the ‘Endeavour’ and ‘Challenger.’
Now, prepare for lift-off!
Endeavour’s forward flight deck: commander’s seat at left, pilot’s at right. Both positions have manual flight controls, including rotation and translation hand controllers, rudder pedals and speed-brake controllers.
The walls of the white room leading to the crew compartment hatch have been signed by those who have entered the orbiters through this room.
Endeavour’s name was borrowed from the 18th century sailing ship assigned to chart the South Pacific under British explorer Capt. James Cook’s command.
The payload (cargo) bay.
The tunnel leads into Endeavour’s external airlock, with hatches that lead out into the payload bay and up into the docking adapter used to dock with the International Space Station.

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