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Williams and Jett, Jr., in the U.S. Laboratory during STS-115 / Expedition Joint Operations
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STS-115 crew portrait
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STS-97 and Expedition One Crews Pose for Onboard Photo
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STS-97 Crew Portrait
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1999-11-30
 
STS-115 Crew Portrait
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2002-11-08
 
STS-72 Crew Portrait
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1995-08-02
 
Astronaut Koichi Wakata, representing Japan's National Space Development Agency (NASDA) and assigned as mission specialist for the STS-72 mission, checks over a copy of the flight plan.
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STS-72 Crew standing outside Endeavour at Launch Pad
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12.06.1995
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STS-72 Pilot Brent W. Jett Jr. arrives in Florida
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01.08.1996
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STS-72 Crew arrived at KSC's SLF
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01.08.1996
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STS-81 Crew Members arrival at SLF for TCDT
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12.15.1996
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STS-81 Pilot Brent Jett at SLF for TCDT
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STS-81 Flight-Deck view of crew during TCDT (back)
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12.16.1996
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STS-81 Crew Members in front of Atlantis
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12.15.1996
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STS-81 Atlantis Landing (Main Gear Touchdown - Front View)
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01.22.1997
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STS-81 Crew DEPARTs O&C for Pad-39B
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JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, TX - STS115-S-002 (November 8, 2002) -- These six astronauts take a break from training to pose for the STS-115 crew portrait. Astronauts Brent W. Jett Jr. (right) and Christopher J. Ferguson, command and pilot respectively, flank the mission insignia. The mission specialists are, from left to right, astronauts Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, Joseph R. (Joe) Tanner, Daniel C. Burbank, and Steven G. MacLean, who represents the Canadian Space Agency.
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JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, TX - JSC2003-E-01649 (December 20, 2002) -- Astronaut Brent W. Jett Jr., mission commander.
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The STS-81 flight crew conducts a press briefing on the runway of KSC's Shuttle Landing Facility after they arrive at the space center for the final countdown preparations for the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission. They are (from left): Mission Commander Michael A. Baker; Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr.; and Mission Specialists Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff; John M. Grunsfeld, Marsha S. Ivins, and J.M. "Jerry" Linenger. The 10-day mission will feature the transfer of Linenger to Mir to replace astronaut John Blaha, who has been on the orbital laboratory since Sept. 19, 1996 after arrival there during the STS79 mission. During STS-81, Shuttle and Mir crews will conduct risk mitigation, human life science, microgravity and materials processing experiments that will provide data for the design, development and operation of the International Space Station. The primary payload is the SPACEHAB-DM double module which will provide space for more than 2,000 pounds of hardware, food and water that will be transferred into the Russian space station during five days of docking operations. The SPACEHAB will also be used to return experiment samples from the Mir to Earth for analysis and for microgravity experiments during the mission
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STS-81 Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. dons his launch/entry suit in the suitup room of the Operations and Checkout (O&C) Building. He is on his second Shuttle mission. Jett will assist with several of the 44 Risk Mitigation and Human Life Sciences experiments during the 10-day space flight and will perform the intricate flyaround maneuver of the Russian Mir space station after the Space Shuttle Atlantis undocks on flight day eight. He and five crew members will shortly depart the O&C and head for Launch Pad 39B, where the Space Shuttle Atlantis will lift off during a 7-minute window that opens at 4:27 a.m. EST, January 12
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The STS-81 flight crew enjoys the traditional preliftoff breakfast in the crew quarters of the Operations and Checkout Building. They are (from left) Mission Specialist Marsha S. Ivins, Mission Commander Michael A. Baker; Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr.; and Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff; and J.M. "Jerry" Linenger. After a weather briefing, the flight crew will be fitted with their launch/entry suits and depart for Launch Pad 39B. Once there, they will take their positions in the crew cabin of the Space Shuttle Atlantis to await a liftoff during a seven-minute window that will open at 4:27 a.m. EST, January 12
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Greeted by cheers from wellwishers at KSC and eager for their venture into space on the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission, the STS-81 astronauts depart the Operations and Checkout Building on their way to Launch Pad 39B. Leading the six-member crew is Mission Commander Michael A. Baker, followed by Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Behind them are Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Jerry Linenger, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff, and Marsha S. Ivins. Their trip to the pad will take about 25 minutes aboard the Astrovan. Once there, they will take their positions in the crew cabin of the Space Shuttle Atlantis to await a liftoff during a seven-minute window that will open at 4:27 a.m. EST, January 12
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Greeted by cheers from wellwishers at KSC and eager for their venture into space on the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission, the STS-81 astronauts depart the Operations and Checkout Building and board the Astrovan for their 25-minute trip to Launch Pad 39B. Leading the six-member crew is Mission Commander Michael A. Baker, followed by Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Behind them are Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Jerry Linenger, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff, and Marsha S. Ivins. Once at the pad, they will take their positions in the crew cabin of the Space Shuttle Atlantis to await a liftoff during a seven-minute window that will open at 4:27 a.m. EST, January 12
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Like a rising sun lighting up the night, the Space Shuttle Atlantis soars from Launch Pad 39B at 4:27:23 a.m. EST Jan. 12 on its way to dock with the Mir space station for the fifth time. The 10-day mission will feature the transfer of Mission Specialist Jerry Linenger to Mir to replace astronaut John Blaha, who has been on the orbital laboratory since Sept. 19, 1996. The other STS-81 crew members include Mission Commander Michael A. Baker; Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr.; and Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. During the five-day docking operations, the Shuttle and Mir crews will conduct risk mitigation, human life science, microgravity and materials processing experiments that will provide data for the design, development and operation of the International Space Station. The primary payload is the SPACEHAB-DM double module that will provide space for more than 2,000 pounds of hardware, food and water that will be transferred into the Russian space station.The SPACEHAB will also be used to return experiment samples from the Mir to Earth for analysis and for microgravity experiments during the mission
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Like a rising sun lighting up the night, the Space Shuttle Atlantis soars from Launch Pad 39B at 4:27:23 a.m. EST Jan. 12 on its way to dock with the Mir space station for the fifth time. The 10-day mission will feature the transfer of Mission Specialist Jerry Linenger to Mir to replace astronaut John Blaha, who has been on the orbital laboratory since Sept. 19, 1996. The other STS-81 crew members include Mission Commander Michael A. Baker; Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr.; and Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. During the five-day docking operations, the Shuttle and Mir crews will conduct risk mitigation, human life science, microgravity and materials processing experiments that will provide data for the design, development and operation of the International Space Station. The primary payload is the SPACEHAB-DM double module that will provide space for more than 2,000 pounds of hardware, food and water that will be transferred into the Russian space station.The SPACEHAB will also be used to return experiment samples from the Mir to Earth for analysis and for microgravity experiments during the mission
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The Space Shuttle Atlantis transforms the early morning at KSC into near-daylight as its more than 7 million pounds of rocket thrust propels it from Launch Pad 39B at 4:27:23 a.m. EST Jan. 12 on its way to dock with the Mir space station for the fifth time.The 10-day mission will feature the transfer of Mission Specialist Jerry Linenger to Mir to replace astronaut John Blaha, who has been on the orbital laboratory since Sept. 19, 1996. The other STS-81 crew members include Mission Commander Michael A. Baker; Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr.; and Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. During the five-day docking operations, the Shuttle and Mir crews will conduct risk mitigation, human life science, microgravity and materials processing experiments that will provide data for the design, development and operation of the International Space Station. The primary payload is the SPACEHAB-DM double module that will provide space for more than 2,000 pounds of hardware, food and water that will be transferred into the Russian space station. The SPACEHAB will also be used to return experiment samples from the Mir to Earth for analysis and for microgravity experiments during the mission
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Space Shuttle Atlantis transforms the early morning at KSC into near-daylight as its more than 7 million pounds of rocket thrust propels it from Launch Pad 39B at 4:27:23 a.m. EST Jan. 12 on its way to dock with the Mir space station for the fifth time.The 10-day mission will feature the transfer of Mission Specialist Jerry Linenger to Mir to replace astronaut John Blaha, who has been on the orbital laboratory since Sept. 19, 1996. The other STS-81 crew members include Mission Commander Michael A. Baker; Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr.; and Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. During the five-day docking operations, the Shuttle and Mir crews will conduct risk mitigation, human life science, microgravity and materials processing experiments that will provide data for the design, development and operation of the International Space Station. The primary payload is the SPACEHAB-DM double module that will provide space for more than 2,000 pounds of hardware, food and water that will be transferred into the Russian space station. The SPACEHAB will also be used to return experiment samples from the Mir to Earth for analysis and for microgravity experiments during the mission
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- With the Mate/Demate Device (MDD) on the left and the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) on the right, the Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis approaches Runway 33 at KSC?s Shuttle Landing Facility for a scheduled touchdown at about 9:23 a.m. EST Jan. 22. When the orbiter lands, it will conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return NASA astronaut John Blaha to Earth after four months in space. At main gear touchdown, the STS-81 mission duration will be 10 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes. This is the 34th KSC landing in Shuttle history. Mission Commander Michael A. Baker is steering Atlantis to a perfect landing, with help from Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Other returning STS-81 crew members are Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. Atlantis also brought back experiment samples from the Russian space station Mir for analysis on Earth
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Four members of the STS-81 crew pose in front of the Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis on Runway 33 of KSC?s Shuttle Landing Facility after the space plane touched down at 9:22:44 a.m. EST Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission. The crew members are (from left): Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld and Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff ; Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr.; and Mission Commander Michael A. Baker. Also returning on board Atlantis were Mission Specialist Marsha S. Ivins and John Blaha, who had been a member of the Mir 22 crew for four months. At main gear touchdown, the STS-81 mission duration was 10 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes. This was the 34th KSC landing in Shuttle history
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The Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis touches down on Runway 33 at 9:22:44 a.m. EST Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return NASA astronaut John Blaha to Earth after four months in space. Blaha was replaced by STS-81 Mission Specialist Jerry Linenger during the five days of docked operations. At main gear touchdown, the STS-81 mission duration was 10 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes. This was the 34th KSC landing in Shuttle history. Mission Commander Michael A. Baker flew Atlantis to a perfect landing, with help from Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Other returning STS-81 crew members are Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. Atlantis also brought back experiment samples from the Russian space station for analysis on Earth, along with Russian logistics equipment
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis touches down on Runway 33 at 9:22:44 a.m. EST Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return NASA astronaut John Blaha to Earth after four months in space. Blaha was replaced by STS-81 Mission Specialist Jerry Linenger during the five days of docked operations. At main gear touchdown, the STS-81 mission duration was 10 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes. This was the 34th KSC landing in Shuttle history. Mission Commander Michael A. Baker flew Atlantis to a perfect landing, with help from Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Other returning STS-81 crew members are Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. Atlantis also brought back experiment samples from the Russian space station for analysis on Earth, along with Russian logistics equipment
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- With its drag chute deployed, the Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis touches down on Runway 33 on the second opportunity at 9:22:44 a.m. EST Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return NASA astronaut John Blaha to Earth after four months in space. At main gear touchdown, the STS-81 mission duration was 10 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes. This was the 34th KSC landing in Shuttle history. Mission Commander Michael A. Baker flew Atlantis to a perfect landing, with help from Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Other returning STS-81 crew members are Mission Specialists John M.Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. Atlantis also brought back experiment samples from the Russian space station Mir for analysis on Earth, along with Russian logistics equipment
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis glides out of a morning sky as it prepares to land on Runway 33 at a scheduled time of about 9:23 a.m. EST Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return NASA astronaut John Blaha to Earth after four months in space. At main gear touchdown, the STS-81 mission duration will be 10 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes. This is the 34th KSC landing in Shuttle history. Mission Commander Michael A. Baker is steering Atlantis to a perfect landing, with help from Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Other returning STS-81 crew members are Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. Atlantis also brought back experiment samples from the Russian space station Mir for analysis on Earth
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- With its drag chute deployed, the Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis touches down on Runway 33 on the second opportunity at 9:22:44 a.m. EST Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return NASA astronaut John Blaha to Earth after four months in space. At main gear touchdown, the STS-81 mission duration was 10 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes. This was the 34th KSC landing in Shuttle history. Mission Commander Michael A. Baker flew Atlantis to a perfect landing, with help from Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Other returning STS-81 crew members are Mission Specialists John M.Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. Atlantis also brought back experiment samples from the Russian space station Mir for analysis on Earth, along with Russian logistics equipment
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Returning NASA astronaut and former Mir 22 crew member John E. Blaha (left), gestures towards his fellow STS-81 crew members during a press conference prior to their departure for Johnson Space Center Jan. 23 from the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Station. The crew arrived at KSC aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return Blaha to Earth after four months in space. Behind Blaha from the left are Mission Commander Michael A. Baker; Pilot Brent W. Jett, and Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins
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The Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis touches down on Runway 33 at 9:22:44 a.m. EST Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return NASA astronaut John Blaha to Earth after four months in space. Blaha was replaced by STS-81 Mission Specialist Jerry Linenger during the five days of docked operations. At main gear touchdown, the STS-81 mission duration was 10 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes. This was the 34th KSC landing in Shuttle history. Mission Commander Michael A. Baker flew Atlantis to a perfect landing, with help from Pilot Brent W. Jett, Jr. Other returning STS-81 crew members are Mission Specialists John M. Grunsfeld, Peter J. K. "Jeff" Wisoff and Marsha S. Ivins. Atlantis also brought back experiment samples from the Russian space station for analysis on Earth, along with Russian logistics equipment
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Members of the STS-81 crew prepare to depart for Johnson Space Center Jan. 23 from the Skid Strip at Cape Canaveral Air Station. The crew arrived at KSC aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis Jan. 22 to conclude the fifth Shuttle-Mir docking mission and return U. S. astronaut John E. Blaha to Earth after four months in space as member of the Mir 22 crew. On the left is Mission Specialist John M. Grunsfeld, with his daughter, Sarah, on his back. Also pictured are Mission Commander Michael A. Baker (center); Pilot Brent W. Jett (second from right); and Blaha
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STS-115 Shuttle Mission...
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Description ISS013-E-81541 (14 Sept. 2006) --- STS-115 crew members photographed while working in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station. From the left are astronauts Joseph R. Tanner, Daniel C. Burbank, Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, Steven G. MacLean representing the Canadian Space Agency, all mission specialists; and Brent W. Jett, Jr., commander.
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Description ISS013-E-81626 (16 Sept. 2006) --- The Expedition 13 and STS-115 crewmembers gather for a group portrait during a joint crew press conference in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station. From the left (front row) are European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter, Expedition 13 flight engineer; cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency; and astronaut Jeffrey N. Williams, NASA space station science officer and flight engineer. From the left (second row) are astronauts Joseph R. Tanner, Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, both STS-115 mission specialists; and Brent W. Jett, Jr., STS-115 commander. From the left (top row) are astronauts Christopher J. Ferguson, pilot; Daniel C. Burbank and Canadian Space Agency astronaut Steven G. MacLean, both mission specialists.
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Description ISS013-E-81630 (16 Sept. 2006) --- The Expedition 13 and STS-115 crewmembers gather for a group portrait during a joint crew press conference in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station. From the left (front row) are European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter, Expedition 13 flight engineer; cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency; and astronaut Jeffrey N. Williams, NASA space station science officer and flight engineer. From the left (second row) are astronauts Joseph R. Tanner, Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, both STS-115 mission specialists; and Brent W. Jett, Jr., STS-115 commander. From the left (top row) are astronauts Christopher J. Ferguson, pilot; Daniel C. Burbank and Canadian Space Agency astronaut Steven G. MacLean, both mission specialists.
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Description ISS013-E-81637 (16 Sept. 2006) --- The Expedition 13 and STS-115 crewmembers gather for a group portrait during a joint crew press conference in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station while Space Shuttle Atlantis was docked with the station. From the left (front row) are European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Reiter, Expedition 13 flight engineer; cosmonaut Pavel V. Vinogradov, commander representing Russia's Federal Space Agency; and astronaut Jeffrey N. Williams, NASA space station science officer and flight engineer. From the left (second row) are astronauts Joseph R. Tanner, Heidemarie M. Stefanyshyn-Piper, both STS-115 mission specialists; and Brent W. Jett, Jr., STS-115 commander. From the left (top row) are astronauts Christopher J. Ferguson, pilot; Daniel C. Burbank and Canadian Space Agency astronaut Steven G. MacLean, both mission specialists.
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Description JSC2000-04751 (15 June 2000) --- Members of the STS-97 crew don training versions of the ascent and entry suits for a training session in the Johnson Space Center's Systems Integration Facility. Wearing the burnt-orange pressure suits, from the left, are astronauts Brent W. Jett, mission commander; Michael J. Bloomfield, pilot; and Joseph R. Tanner and Marc Garneau, both mission specialists. Garneau represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). Suit technicians assisting are Mike Birkenseher, Brad Milling, Steve Clendenin and Rudy Molina. In the background Carlos I. Noriega, mission specialist, prepares to put on his suit with the assistance of suit tech John Hazelhurt.
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Description JSC2000-07294 (20 November 2000) --- The 40-odd flight controllers assigned to the STS-97 ascent team and some special guests pose for a group portrait in the shuttle flight control room in Houston's Mission Control Center. The five guests attired in the blue and white shirts are the flight crew members for the STS-97 crew, scheduled to be launched from Florida on the last day of this month. The astronauts are, from the left, Joseph R. Tanner, Carlos I. Noriega, Brent W. Jett, Jr., Michael J. Bloomfield and Marc Garneau, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). Ascent shift flight director Wayne Hale stands next to Tanner.
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Description JSC2000-E-23524 (October 2000) --- Astronaut Brent W. Jett (center), STS-97 mission commander, shares a light moment with two of the mission specialists on his crew, astronauts Joseph R. Tanner (left) and Carlos I. Noriega. The three are about to don training versions of the ascent and entry garment prior to a 'dry run' of countdown procedures in the Systems Integration Facility at the Johnson Space Center (JSC).
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Description JSC2000-E-23526 (October 2000) --- Astronaut Carlos I. Noriega, attired in a blue thermal undergarment, and USA suit technician Mike Birkenseher help astronaut Brent W. Jett, STS-97 mission commander, with final touches of suit donning. The five STS-97 crew members were participating in a training session for their scheduled November launch aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
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Description JSC2000-E-29131 (27 November 2000) --- Astronaut Brent W. Jett, Jr., mission commander, is pictured in the cockpit of a NASA T-38 jet trainer at Ellington Field. The five-member STS-97 crew was minutes away from departure to Florida, where it will continue preparations for launch later this week aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
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Description JSC2000-E-29119 (27 November 2000) --- Performing final tasks prior to leaving Ellington Field for Florida are four members of the STS-97 crew. From the left are astronauts Brent W. Jett, Jr., Michael J. Bloomfield, Carlos I. Noriega and Joseph R. Tanner. Marc Garneau, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), is not pictured. Launch from Florida's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) is scheduled for November 30.
STS-115 Shuttle Mission...
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Description JSC2002-01945 (21 October 2002) --- Astronaut Brent W. Jett, Jr., STS-115 mission commander, dons a training version of the full-pressure launch and entry suit prior to the start of a training session in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near the Johnson Space Center (JSC). United Space Alliance (USA) suit technician Mike Birkensehere assisted Jett.
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Description JSC2002-01938 (21 October 2002) --- Astronaut Brent W. Jett, Jr., STS-115 mission commander, gets help donning a training version of the shuttle launch and entry suit prior to an emergency training session in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near the Johnson Space Center (JSC). United Space Alliance (USA) suit technician Janice Battle assisted Jett.
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