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Group photo of the 1996 ASCAN class
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View of Hobaugh in the US Lab during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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2007
 
View of Hobaugh exercising on the CEVIS during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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08/14/07
 
View of Crewmember posing for a photo in the US Lab during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
View of Crewmember posi...
08/14/07
 
View of Crewmember posing for a photo in the US Lab during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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08/14/07
 
STS-104 PLT Hobaugh prepares to enter Node 1/Unity
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2001
 
Year 2001
View of Hobaugh and Kelly posing for a photo on the FD during STS-118
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2007
 
View of Hobaugh posing for a photo in the FD during STS-118
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2007
 
View of Mastracchio and Hobaugh in the U.S. Laboratory
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2007
 
View of Hobaugh and Anderson during STS-118/Expedition 15 Joint Operations
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08/11/07
 
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- With the drag chute reflected in the bright lights at the Shuttle Landing Facility, Atlantis prepares to land on Runway 15 at the Shuttle Landing Facility to complete a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- With the drag chute slowing its speed, Atlantis prepares to land on Runway 15 at the Shuttle Landing Facility to complete a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Silhouetted against the bright lights at the Shuttle Landing Facility, Atlantis prepares to land on Runway 15 at the Shuttle Landing Facility to complete a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- After their arrival at the Shuttle Landing Facility, the STS-104 crew takes time to pose for a photo. Standing, left to right, are Mission Specialist Janet Kavandi, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, Commander Steven Lindsey, and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt and James Reilly. They are at KSC to continue Crew Equipment Interface Test activities such as payload familiarization. The airlock is the primary payload on their mission, scheduled to launch no earlier than June 14, 2001, from Launch Pad 39B
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-104 crew poses in front of the Joint Airlock Module in the Space Station Processing Facility. Standing, left to right, are Pilot Charles Hobaugh, Mission Specialists James Reillly, Janet Kavandi and Michael Gernhardt, and Commander Steven Lindsey. They are at KSC to continue Crew Equipment Interface Test activities such as payload familiarization. The airlock is the primary payload on their mission, scheduled to launch no earlier than June 14, 2001, from Launch Pad 39B
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Orbiter Processing Facility, STS-104 Mission Specialist Michael Gernhardt (left) and Pilot Charles Hobaugh (right) check out the slidewire used during extravehicular activities to keep the astronauts tethered to the orbiter. The STS-104 crew is at KSC to continue Crew Equipment Interface Test activities such as payload familiarization. The Joint Airlock Module is the primary payload on their mission, scheduled to launch no earlier than June 14, 2001, from Launch Pad 39B
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Orbiter Processing Facility, STS-104 Mission Specialist Michael Gernhardt (left) and Pilot Charles Hobaugh (center) check out equipment in the payload bay of Atlantis. The STS-104 crew is at KSC to continue Crew Equipment Interface Test activities such as payload familiarization. The Joint Airlock Module is the primary payload on their mission, scheduled to launch no earlier than June 14, 2001, from Launch Pad 39B
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- The lights on Runway 15 at KSC?s Shuttle Landing Facility spotlight Atlantis as it touches down, completing a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, which was subsequently attached to the Unity Node, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Atlantis prepares to land on Runway 15 at the Shuttle Landing Facility to complete a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Air waves stream behind Atlantis as it touches down on Runway 15 at the KSC Shuttle Landing Facility. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT, completing complete a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Silhouetted against the bright lights at the Shuttle Landing Facility, Atlantis prepares to land on Runway 15 at the Shuttle Landing Facility to complete a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Atlantis touches down on Runway 15 at the Shuttle Landing Facility to complete a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- The STS-104 crew exits the Crew Transport Vehicle after completing the 10th assembly flight aboard Atlantis to the International Space Station. Commander Steven Lindsey is welcomed home by Center Director Roy Bridges (center). Lined up behind Lindsey (right to left) are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James Reilly. Atlantis touched down at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT July 24, 2001, completing a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long mission to the International Space Station. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Runway lights cast a rainbow from the colors in the drag chute behind Atlantis as it lands at the Shuttle Landing Facility. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT, completing complete a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- The STS-104 crew wave at onlookers who welcomed them home from their almost 13-day mission to the International Space Station. From left are Mission Specialists James Reilly and Janet Lynn Kavandi, Commander Steven Lindsey, Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialist Michael Gernhardt. Atlantis touched down at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT July 24, 2001. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- After a perfect landing at the Shuttle Landing Facility, the STS-104 crew stops to greet the crowd who welcomed them home. At the microphone is Commander Steven Lindsey. Behind him stand (left to right) Mission Specialists James Reilly, Janet Lynn Kavandi and Michael Gernhardt, and Pilot Charles Hobaugh. Atlantis touched down at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT July 24, 2001, completing a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long mission to the International Space Station. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- During their post-landing walkaround under orbiter Atlantis, Pilot Charles Hobaugh (left) and Commander Steven Lindsey feel the heat from the nose of the orbiter. Atlantis touched down at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT July 24, 2001, completing a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long mission to the International Space Station. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- After a perfect landing at the Shuttle Landing Facility, the STS-104 crew poses for a photo. Standing in front of Atlantis are Mission Specialists James Reilly and Janet Lynn Kavandi, Commander Steven Lindsey, Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialist Michael Gernhardt. Atlantis touched down at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT July 24, 2001, completing a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long mission to the International Space Station. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the Space Station, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- Atlantis touches down on KSC?s Runway 15 as Atlantis completes a 12-day, 18-hour, 34-minute-long STS-104 mission. Main gear touchdown occurred at 11:38:55 p.m. EDT. At the controls is Commander Steven W. Lindsey. Other crew members on board are Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Michael Gernhardt, Janet Lynn Kavandi and James F. Reilly. This is the 18th nighttime landing for a Space Shuttle, the 13th at Kennedy Space Center. The mission delivered the Joint Airlock Module to the International Space Station, which was subsequently attached to the Unity Node, completing the second phase of the assembly of the Space Station
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the Space Station Processing Facility, members of the STS-118 crew look over part of the mission payload. From left are Mission Specialist Scott Parazynski, Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan. At right is a technician. Morgan was selected by NASA in January 1998 as the first Educator Astronaut. The mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Columbia is scheduled for Nov. 13, 2003.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Members of the STS-118 crew look over equipment in the Space Station Processing Facility. Second from left is Mission Specialist Scott Parazynski, next is Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan. The mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Columbia is scheduled for Nov. 13, 2003.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The STS-118 crew look over parts of the mission payload in the Space Station Processing Facility. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski, Dafydd Williams, Barbara Morgan and Lisa Nowak. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. Morgan was selected by NASA in January 1998 as the first Educator Astronaut. The mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Columbia is scheduled for Nov. 13, 2003.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Space Station Processing Facility, STS-118 Pilot Charles Hobaugh (left) and Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan look over part of the mission payload. At right is a technician. Morgan was selected by NASA in January 1998 as the first Educator Astronaut. The mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Columbia is scheduled for Nov. 13, 2003.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The STS-118 crew look over parts of the mission payload in the Space Station Processing Facility. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Scott Parazynski, Dafydd Williams, Barbara Morgan and Lisa Nowak. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. Morgan was selected by NASA in January 1998 as the first Educator Astronaut. The mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Columbia is scheduled for Nov. 13, 2003.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - STS-118 Pilot Charles Hobaugh looks at equipment in the Space Station Processing Facility. She and other crew members are at KSC to become familiar with equipment for their mission. The mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch date is under review.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Members of the STS-116 and STS-118 crews pause during their visit to KSC for a photo. From left are STS-118 Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialist Dafydd Williams (Canadian Space Agency); astronaut Peggy Whitson; STS-116 Mission Specialist Christer Fugelsang (European Space Agency), holding the paper figure of ?Flat Stanley,? an education tool; STS-118 Mission Specialists Barbara Morgan and Scott Parazynski; and STS-116 Mission Specialist Robert Curbeam. The crews are taking part in equipment familiarization in the Space Station Processing Facility. The STS-116 mission will deliver the third port truss segment, the P5 Truss, to attach to the second port truss segment, the P3/P4 Truss. The STS-118 mission will be delivering and installing the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and carry a SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module with supplies and equipment. Launch dates for both missions are under review.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour's payload bay is open for payload configuration work in Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2. The orbiter is the vehicle designated for mission STS-118, scheduled to launch in late June. The mission will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5, as well as carrying the External Stowage Platform 3. The crew comprises six astronauts: Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd (Dave) Williams, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mastracchio and Tracy Caldwell. Williams represents the Canadian Space Agency. Photo credit: NASA/George Shelton
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Endeavour's payload bay is open for payload configuration work in Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2. The orbiter is the vehicle designated for mission STS-118, scheduled to launch in late June. The mission will continue space station construction by delivering a third starboard truss segment, S5, as well as carrying the External Stowage Platform 3. The crew comprises six astronauts: Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh and Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd (Dave) Williams, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mastracchio and Tracy Caldwell. Williams represents the Canadian Space Agency. Photo credit: NASA/George Shelton
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-118 crew take part in a hardware review of the SPACEHAB module, part of the payload on their mission. Seen here (in uniforms) from left are Mission Specialists Dafydd Williams and Barbara Morgan and Pilot Charles Hobaugh. Williams represents the Canadian Space Agency. The mission payload also includes the third starboard truss segment (ITS S5), a control moment gyro and the external stowage platform 3 (ESP3). STS-118 is targeted to launch June 28 from Launch Pad 39A. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Members of the STS-118 crew take part in a hardware review of the SPACEHAB module, part of the payload on their mission. Looking inside one of the stowage compartments are Pilot Charles Hobaugh (holding a light) and Mission Specialists Dafydd Williams and Barbara Morgan. Williams represents the Canadian Space Agency. The mission payload also includes the third starboard truss segment (ITS S5), a control moment gyro and the external stowage platform 3 (ESP3). STS-118 is targeted to launch June 28 from Launch Pad 39A. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the S5 integrated truss, in the Space Station Processing Facility during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here is Mission Specialist Benjamin Drew, who will be making his first space shuttle flight. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd Williams, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mastracchio, Tracy Caldwell and Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the S5 integrated truss, in the Space Station Processing Facility during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here are Mission Specialists Tracy Caldwell and Dr. Dafydd Williams. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Williams, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mastracchio, Caldwell and Benjamin Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- During crew equipment interface test activities, members of the STS-118 crew look over the orbiter Endeavour in Orbiter Processing Facility bay 2. Seen here is Pilot Charles Hobaugh looking at the cockpit area. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, as well as the SPACEHAB single cargo module filled with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for Aug. 9. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the S5 integrated truss, in the Space Station Processing Facility during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here are Mission Specialists Richard Mastracchio (left) and Tracy Caldwell. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd Williams, Barbara Morgan, Mastracchio, Caldwell and Benjamin Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the control moment gyroscope, at SPACEHAB during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here are Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan (left) and Pilot Charles Hobaugh (center). The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd Williams, Morgan, Richard Mastracchio, Tracy Caldwell and Benjamin Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the control moment gyroscope, at SPACEHAB during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here are Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd Williams (left) and Richard Mastracchio. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Williams, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mastracchio, Tracy Caldwell and Benjamin Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the S5 integrated truss, in the Space Station Processing Facility during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here are Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd Williams and Tracy Caldwell. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Williams, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mastracchio, Caldwell and Benjamin Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. --The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the S5 integrated truss, in the Space Station Processing Facility during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here is Mission Specialist Dr. Dafydd Williams, getting hands-on experience. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Williams, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mastracchio, Tracy Caldwell and Benjamin Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the S5 integrated truss, in the Space Station Processing Facility during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here is Mission Specialist Tracy Caldwell, who will be making her first space shuttle flight. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Pilot Charles Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd Williams, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mastracchio, Caldwell and Benjamin Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The STS-118 crew members look over parts of the mission payload, the control moment gyroscope, at SPACEHAB during crew equipment interface test activities. Seen here are Mission Specialist Barbara Morgan and Pilot Charles Hobaugh. The crew comprises Commander Scott Kelly, Hobaugh, and Mission Specialists Dr. Dafydd Williams, Morgan, Richard Mastracchio, Tracy Caldwell and Benjamin Drew. Williams is with the Canadian Space Agency. The STS-118 mission will be delivering the third starboard truss segment, the ITS S5, to the International Space Station, and a SPACEHAB Single Cargo module with supplies and equipment. Launch aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour is targeted for August. Photo credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett
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