Detail View: NASA Johnson Space Center Collection: STS-64 Extravehicular activity (EVA) training view in WETF

Title: 
STS-64 Extravehicular activity (EVA) training view in WETF
Description: 
Astronaut Carl J. Meade, STS-64 mission specialist, is being submerged prior to an underwater simulation of a space walk scheduled for his September mission. Meade, who shared the rehearsal in the JSC Weightless Environment Training Facility (WETF) pool with crewmate Astronaut Mark C. Lee (partially visible at left), is equipped with a training version of the new EVA hardware called the Simplifed Aid for EVA Rescue (SAFER) system (39770); Astronaut Mark C. Lee is pictured prior to the mission specialist's participation in an underwater rehearsal for a space walk. He is standing on the platform in his Extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) minus his helmet as a technician adjusts his EMU gloves (39771).
Date Taken: 
1994-08-10
Program: 
Shuttle
Mission: 
STS-064
facet_who: 
Mark C. Lee
facet_what: 
Extravehicular Activity (EVA)
facet_where: 
Johnson Space Center (JSC)
Photo ID: 
S94-39770
Film Type: 
35mm cn
UID: 
SPD-JSC-S94-39770
original url: 
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