Detail View: NASA Great Images in Nasa Collection: Crewmembers of STS-71, Mir-18 and Mir-19 Pose for Inflight Picture

Title: 
Crewmembers of STS-71, Mir-18 and Mir-19 Pose for Inflight Picture
Full Description: 
Inside the Spacelab Science Module, the crewmembers of STS-71, Mir- 18, and Mir-19 pose for the traditional inflight picture. An important mission for the human spaceflight program, STS-71 was the 100th U.S. human space launch from Cape Canaveral at Kennedy Space Center. Internationally significant as well, STS-71 was the first U.S. Space Shuttle- Russian Space Station Mir docking and joint on-orbit operation. The Space Shuttle/Mir combination was also the largest space platform ever assembled and put into orbit. (For individual identification, hold picture vertically with the socked feet of Anatoly Y. Solovyev at bottom center). Clockwise from Solovyev are Gregory J. Harbaugh, Robert L. Gibson, Charles J. Precourt, Nikolai M. Budarin, Ellen S. Baker, Bonnie J. Dunbar, Norman E. Thagard, Gennadiy M. Strekalov (angle) and Vladimir N. Dezhurov.
Date: 
06/27/1995
NASA Center: 
Johnson Space Center
Subject Category: 
Astronauts
Keywords: 
18
Audience: 
General Public
facet_what: 
Russian Mir Space Station
facet_where: 
Johnson Space Center (JSC)
facet_who: 
Bonnie J. Dunbar
facet_when: 
06-27-1995
facet_when_year: 
1995
Image #: 
STS071-122-013
original url: 
http://grin.hq.nasa.gov/ABSTRACTS/GPN-2002-000061.html
UID: 
SPD-GRIN-GPN-2002-000061
Center: 
JSC
Center Number: 
STS071-122-013
GRIN DataBase Number: 
GPN-2002-000061
Creator-Photographer: 
NASA
Original Source: 
DIGTIAL