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Expedition 24 Crew Departs Russia
Expedition 24 Crew Depa...
06/03/2010
NASA/Bill Ingalls
 
Expedition 24 Crew Departs Russia
Expedition 24 Crew Depa...
06/03/2010
NASA/Bill Ingalls
 
Expedition 24 Crew Departs Star City
Expedition 24 Crew Depa...
06/03/2010
NASA/Bill Ingalls
 
Onboard photo of crewmembers working in Spacelab module
Onboard photo of crewme...
1995-10-20
 
STS-73 Mission Specialist Catherine Coleman suits up
STS-73 Mission Speciali...
STS-73 Mission Speciali...
10.07.1995
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STS-93 Mission Specialists Catherine Coleman (left) and Michel Tognini of France (right), representing the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), look over material on the mission payload behind them, the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Chandra is being mated with the Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) before testing to validate the IUS/Chandra connections and to check the orbiter avionics interfaces. Following that, an end-to-end test (ETE) will be conducted to verify the communications path to Chandra, commanding it as if it were in space. With the world's most powerful X-ray telescope, Chandra will allow scientists from around the world to see previously invisible black holes and high-temperature gas clouds, giving the observatory the potential to rewrite the books on the structure and evolution of our universe. Chandra is scheduled for launch July 22 aboard Space Shuttle Columbia, on mission STS-93
STS-93 Mission Speciali...
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STS-93 Mission Specialists Catherine Coleman (left) and Michel Tognini of France (right), who represents the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), look over the controls for the Chandra X-ray Observatory. Chandra is being mated with the Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) before testing to validate the IUS/Chandra connections and to check the orbiter avionics interfaces. Following that, an end-to-end test (ETE) will be conducted to verify the communications path to Chandra, commanding it as if it were in space. With the world's most powerful X-ray telescope, Chandra will allow scientists from around the world to see previously invisible black holes and high-temperature gas clouds, giving the observatory the potential to rewrite the books on the structure and evolution of our universe. Chandra is scheduled for launch July 22 aboard Space Shuttle Columbia, on mission STS-93
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STS-108 Shuttle Mission...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2001-E-44519 (11 December 2001) --- From the left, Spacecraft Communicators Catherine Coleman and Shannon W. Lucid, along with Lead Flight Director Wayne Hale and Planning Shift Flight Director Cathy Koerner participate in the STS-108 portion of President Bush?s ?Anthems of Remembrance? event. The brief event started at 7:46 a.m. CST, the exact moment of the attack three months ago. The United States and Russian national anthems were played in the shuttle and station flight control rooms in Mission Control and aboard the shuttle and the space station. The three commanders aboard the two spacecraft - Shuttle Commander Dominic L. Gorie, Expedition Three Commander Frank L. Culbertson, Jr. and Expedition Four Commander Yury Onufrienko, shared their personal thoughts as well and played a special pre-recorded message from the rest of the crew currently in orbit.
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