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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The 40th anniversary celebration of American spaceflight was capped with a dinner held at the KSC Apollo/Saturn V Center. Former astronaut Jim Lovell (left), who hosted the event, talks with JoAnn H. Morgan (next to Lovell) and other guests. Morgan is director of External Affairs and Business Development at KSC.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the KSC Launch Control Complex, former astronauts Jim Lovell (second from left) and Wally Schirra (second from right) talk with Mike Wetmore, director of Shuttle Processing (far left). At far right is Lisa Malone, acting deputy director of External Relations & Business Development at KSC. Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Former astronauts Wally Schirra (left) and Jim Lovell (right) join Center Director Roy Bridges (center) before a presentation to KSC employees. Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the RLV Hangar, looking over a piece of Columbia debris are (from left) Launch Director Mike Leinbach, Acting Deputy Director of External Relations & Business Development Lisa Malone, Space Shuttle Test Director Steve Altemus, reconstruction engineer John Cowart, and former astronauts Wally Schirra and Jim Lovell. The latter two visited several sites around the Center, encouraging workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." The RLV Hangar is where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - During a visit to KSC, former astronaut Jim Lovell (far left) talks to (from right) Space Shuttle Test Director Steve Altemus, Launch Director Mike Leinbach, and reconstruction engineer John Cowart. Lovell, along with former astronaut Wally Schirra, visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the KSC Launch Control Complex, former astronauts Jim Lovell (center) and Wally Schirra (right) talk with Mike Wetmore, director of Shuttle Processing (left). Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - From left, former astronauts Jim Lovell and Wally Schirra talk with Mike Wetmore, director of Shuttle Processing (right) and others during a visit to KSC. Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the Orbiter Processing Facility, Bill Pickavance, vice president and deputy program manager, United Space Alliance, talks to employees. With him, at left, are former astronauts Wally Schirra and Jim Lovell. The latter two visited several KSC sites, relating their experiences in the space program and offerking encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - During a presentation to KSC employees, former astronauts Jim Lovell (left) and Wally Schirra (right) answer questions from the audience. Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -In the RLV Hangar, former astronauts Wally Schirra (right, with microphone) and Jim Lovell (far right) talk to employees and offer encouragement to help get the space program "back on its feet." The two visited several sites around the Center, encouraging workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." The RLV Hangar is where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Former astronauts Jim Lovell (center) and Wally Schirra (left) talk with Mike Wetmore, director of Shuttle Processing (right) and others during a visit to KSC. Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -Former astronauts Jim Lovell (left) and Wally Schirra (right) pose outside of Endeavour in the Orbiter Processing Facility. Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the RLV Hangar, (from left) Lisa Malone, acting deputy director of External Relations & Business Development at KSC, former astronauts Jim Lovell and Wally Schirra, and Steve Altemus, Space Shuttle test director, look over pieces of Columbia debris. Lovell and Schirra visited several sites around the Center, encouraging workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." The RLV Hangar is where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - During a visit to KSC, former astronauts Wally Schirra (second from left) and Jim Lovell (third from left) greet Space Shuttle Test Director Steve Altemus. At far left is is Lisa Malone, acting deputy director of External Relations & Business Development at KSC, and reconstruction engineer John Cowart (second from right). Lovell and Schirra visited KSC to talk about the space program and their experiences, as well as offer encouragement to workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." They visited several sites around the Center, including the RLV Hangar where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the RLV Hangar, Space Shuttle Test Director Steve Altemus (left) shows former astronauts Jim Lovell (center) and Wally Schirra (right) a piece of debris from Columbia. The latter two visited several sites around the Center, encouraging workers to help get the space program "back on its feet." The RLV Hangar is where Columbia debris is being collected and examined as part of the investigation into the tragedy that claimed the orbiter and lives of seven astronauts returning from mission STS-107.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At the Astronaut Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, new inductee Bruce McCandless (left) is congratulated by Chairman Owen Garriott. Seen behind them are current Hall of Famers (on left) Robert Crippen (standing) and Jim Lovell and (center) Robert ?Hoot? Gibson. The other new inductees are Joe Allen and Gordon Fullerton. The event is being held in the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex?s Apollo/Saturn V Center. Recognized for their individual flight accomplishments and contributions to the success and future success of the U.S. space program, this elite group of inductees is among only 60 astronauts to be honored in the Hall of Fame and the fourth group of Space Shuttle astronauts named.
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