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Group photo of the 1996 ASCAN class
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At Astrotech in Titusville, Fla., members of two Shuttle crews take a close look at a component of a Russian cargo crane, the Strela, to be mounted to the exterior of the Russian station segment on the International Space Station (ISS). From left, they are STS-101 Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu, plus STS-96 Mission Specialist Julie Payette and Pilot Rick Douglas Husband. Payette represents the Canadian Space Agency. Both missions include the SPACEHAB Double Module, carrying internal and resupply cargo for Station outfitting. For the first time, STS-96 will include an Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC) that will carry the Strela; the SPACEHAB Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), which is a logistics items carrier; and a U.S.-built crane (ORU Transfer Device, or OTD) that will be stowed on the station for use during future ISS assembly missions. The ICC can carry up to 6,000 lb of unpressurized payload. It was built for SPACEHAB by DaimlerChrysler and RSC Energia of Korolev, Russia. STS-96 is targeted for launch on May 24 from Launch Pad 39B. STS-101 is scheduled to launch in early December 1999
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At Astrotech in Titusville, Fla., STS-96 Mission Specialists Tamara E. Jernigan and Daniel T. Barry take turns working with a Russian cargo crane, the Strela, which is to be mounted to the exterior of the Russian station segment on the International Space Station (ISS). Technicians around the table observe. The STS-96 crew is taking part in a Crew Equipment Interface Test. Other members participating are Commander Kent V. Rominger, Pilot Rick Douglas Husband, and Mission Specialists Julie Payette, with the Canadian Space Agency, and Valery Ivanovich Tokarev, with the Russian Space Agency. For the first time, STS-96 will include an Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC) that will carry the Russian cargo crane; the SPACEHAB Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), which is a logistics items carrier; and a U.S.-built crane (ORU Transfer Device, or OTD) that will be stowed on the station for use during future ISS assembly missions. The ICC can carry up to 6,000 lb of unpressurized payload. It was built for SPACEHAB by DaimlerChrysler Aerospace and RSC Energia of Korolev, Russia. STS-96 is targeted for launch on May 24 from Launch Pad 39B. STS-101 is scheduled to launch in early December 1999
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At Astrotech in Titusville, Fla., members of two Shuttle crews look at components of a Russian cargo crane, the Strela, to be mounted to the exterior of the Russian station segment on the International Space Station (ISS). From left are STS-96 Mission Specialist Julie Payette and Daniel T. Barry, Commander Kent V. Rominger and Mission Specialist Tamara E. Jernigan; three technicians from DaimlerChrysler Aerospace; (in the background, facing right) STS-101 Commander James Donald Halsell Jr.; STS-101 Mission Specialists Yuri Ivanovich Malenchenko, with the Russian Space Agency, and Edward Tsang Lu; and two more technicians from DaimlerChrysler. Both missions include the SPACEHAB Double Module, carrying internal and resupply cargo for Station outfitting. For the first time, STS-96 will include an Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC) that will carry the Strela; the SPACEHAB Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), which is a logistics items carrier; and a U.S.-built crane (ORU Transfer Device, or OTD) that will be stowed on the station for use during future ISS assembly missions. The ICC can carry up to 6,000 lb of unpressurized payload. It was built for SPACEHAB by DaimlerChrysler and RSC Energia of Korolev, Russia. STS-96 is targeted for launch on May 24 from Launch Pad 39B. STS-101 is scheduled to launch in early December 1999
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At Astrotech in Titusville, Fla., members of two Shuttle crews take a close look at components of a Russian cargo crane, the Strela, to be mounted to the exterior of the Russian station segment on the International Space Station (ISS). From left are STS-96 Mission Specialists Daniel T. Barry and Tamara E. Jernigan, Pilot Rick Douglas Husband, and Mission Specialist Julie Payette; next to them is STS-101 Mission Specialist Yuri Ivanovich Malenchenko, with the Russian Space Agency. Both missions include the SPACEHAB Double Module, carrying internal and resupply cargo for Station outfitting. For the first time, STS-96 will include an Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC) that will carry the Strela; the SPACEHAB Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), which is a logistics items carrier; and a U.S.-built crane (ORU Transfer Device, or OTD) that will be stowed on the station for use during future ISS assembly missions. The ICC can carry up to 6,000 lb of unpressurized payload. It was built for SPACEHAB by DaimlerChrysler and RSC Energia of Korolev, Russia. STS-96 is targeted for launch on May 24 from Launch Pad 39B. STS-101 is scheduled to launch in early December 1999
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NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin (left) greets Mme. Aline Chretien, wife of the Canadian Prime Minister, at the launch of STS-96. Looking on in the background (between them) is former astronaut Jean-Loup Chretien (no relation), who flew on STS-86. Mme. Chretien attended the launch because one of the STs-96 crew is Mission Specialist Julie Payette, who represents the Canadian Space Agency. Space Shuttle Discovery launched on time at 6:49:42 a.m. EDT to begin a 10-day logistics and resupply mission for the International Space Station. Along with such payloads as a Russian crane, the Strela; a U.S.-built crane; the Spacehab Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), a logistics items carrier; and STARSHINE, a student-involved experiment, Discovery carries about 4,000 pounds of supplies, to be stored aboard the station for use by future crews, including laptop computers, cameras, tools, spare parts, and clothing. The mission includes a space walk to attach the cranes to the outside of the ISS for use in future construction. Landing is expected at the SLF on June 6 about 1:58 a.m. EDT
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In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-96 Mission Specialist Julie Payette is assisted by a suit technician in donning her launch and entry suit during final launch preparations. Payette is with the Canadian Space Agency. STS-96 is a 10-day logistics and resupply mission for the International Space Station, carrying about 4,000 pounds of supplies, to be stored aboard the station for use by future crews, including laptop computers, cameras, tools, spare parts, and clothing. The mission also includes such payloads as a Russian crane, the Strela; a U.S.-built crane; the Spacehab Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), a logistics items carrier; and STARSHINE, a student-involved experiment. It will include a space walk to attach the cranes to the outside of the ISS for use in future construction.. Space Shuttle Discovery is due to launch today at 6:49 a.m. EDT. Landing is expected at the SLF on June 6 about 1:58 a.m. EDT
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Before entering the orbiter Discovery, STS-96 Mission Specialist Julie Payette, with the Canadian Space Agency, is checked out in the white room by Quality Assurance Specialist James Davis (left) and Closeout Crew Chief Travis Thompson (right). In the background, Suit Technician Carlouse Gillis checks another crew member. The white room is an environmental chamber at the end of the orbiter access arm that provides entry to the orbiter crew compartment. STS-96 is a 10-day logistics and resupply mission for the International Space Station, carrying about 4,000 pounds of supplies, to be stored aboard the station for use by future crews, including laptop computers, cameras, tools, spare parts, and clothing. The mission also includes such payloads as a Russian crane, the Strela; a U.S.-built crane; the Spacehab Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), a logistics items carrier; and STARSHINE, a student-involved experiment. It will include a space walk to attach the cranes to the outside of the ISS for use in future construction. Space Shuttle Discovery is due to launch today at 6:49 a.m. EDT. Landing is expected at the SLF on June 6 about 1:58 a.m. EDT
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STS-114 Shuttle Mission...
2005-08-19 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2005-E-08931 (3 March 2005) --- Astronaut Julie Payette with the Canadian Space Agency serves as Spacecraft Communicator at the CAPCOM console during a long-duration return to flight integrated simulation. She is in the Shuttle (White) Flight Control Room in the Mission Control Center.
STS-114 Shuttle Mission...
2005-08-19 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2005-E-30671 (28 July 2005) --- Two Mission Control Center shifts at the Spacecraft Communicator (CAPCOM) console overlap on the very busy third flight day of the STS-114 flight. Astronaut Julie Payette, Orbit 2 CAPCOM, follows astronaut Steve Frick's (background) Orbit 1 shift.
STS-114 Shuttle Mission...
2005-08-19 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2005-E-31936 (3 August 2005) --- Astronauts Julie Payette (Canadian Space Agency) and Stephen N. Frick monitor communications at the spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM) console in the Shuttle (White) Flight Control Room in Johnson Space Center?s (JSC) Mission Control Center during the third period of extravehicular activity (EVA) for STS-114.
International Space Sta...
2006-10-11 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2006-E-43842 (6 Oct. 2006)--- Astronaut Julie Payette, spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM), and John McCullough, flight director, support the Expedition 14 mission. International Space Station flight controllers have this area as their new home with increased technical capabilities, more workspace and a long, distinguished history. The newly updated facility is just down the hall from its predecessor at NASA's Johnson Space Center, Houston. Known as Flight Control Room 1, it was first used to control a space flight 38 years ago, the mission of Apollo 7 launched Oct. 11, 1968. It was one of two control rooms for NASA's manned missions. The room it replaces in its new ISS role, designated the Blue Flight Control Room, had been in operation since the first station component was launched in 1998.
International Space Sta...
2006-10-11 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2006-E-43851 (6 Oct. 2006)--- Astronaut Julie Payette, spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM), and John McCullough, flight director, support the Expedition 14 mission. International Space Station flight controllers have this area as their new home with increased technical capabilities, more workspace and a long, distinguished history. The newly updated facility is just down the hall from its predecessor at NASA's Johnson Space Center, Houston. Known as Flight Control Room 1, it was first used to control a space flight 38 years ago, the mission of Apollo 7 launched Oct. 11, 1968. It was one of two control rooms for NASA's manned missions. The room it replaces in its new ISS role, designated the Blue Flight Control Room, had been in operation since the first station component was launched in 1998.
International Space Sta...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description KSC-99PP-0346 (25 March 1999) --- KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- At Astrotech in Titusville, Fla., members of two Shuttle crews take a close look at a component of a Russian cargo crane, the Strela, to be mounted to the exterior of the Russian station segment on the International Space Station (ISS). From left, they are STS-101 Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu, plus STS-96 Mission Specialist Julie Payette and Pilot Rick Douglas Husband. Payette represents the Canadian Space Agency. Both missions include the SPACEHAB Double Module, carrying internal and resupply cargo for Station outfitting. For the first time, STS-96 will include an Integrated Cargo Carrier (ICC) that will carry the Strela; the SPACEHAB Oceaneering Space System Box (SHOSS), which is a logistics items carrier; and a U.S.-built crane (ORU Transfer Device, or OTD) that will be stowed on the station for use during future ISS assembly missions. The ICC can carry up to 6,000 lb of unpressurized payload. It was built for SPACEHAB by DaimlerChrysler and RSC Energia of Korolev, Russia. STS-96 is targeted for launch on May 24 from Launch Pad 39B. STS-101 is scheduled to launch in early December 1999. PHOTO CREDIT: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-E-5122 (1 June 1999) --- Astronaut Julie Payette uses a conventional screw driver while performing a Flight Day 6 task in the Russian-built Zarya module. The photo was recorded with an electronic still camera (ESC) at 07:47:47 GMT, June 1, 1999.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-E-5024 (29 May 1999) --- Astronaut Julie Payette, mission specialist representing the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), holds a syringe during a busy fourth day in space for the Space Shuttle Discovery. The image was recorded with an electronic still camera (ESC) at 06:14:52 GMT, May 29, 1999.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-E-5078 (31 May 1999) --- Flight Day 5 activity called for some of Discovery's crew members to work in the Unity node, part of the International Space Station (ISS). From the left are astronauts Tamara Jernigan and Julie Payette, along with cosmonaut Valery I. Tokarev. Payette represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and Tokarev is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA). The photo was taken at 01:50:38, May 31, 1999.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-E-5168 (02 June 1999) --- The seven crew members for STS-96 pose for an inflight crew portrait at the completion of their assigned chores on the International Space Station (ISS). At bottom center is astronaut Kent V. Rominger, mission commander. He is flanked by astronauts Daniel T. Barry and Ellen Ochoa, mission specialists. Also pictured are cosmonaut Valery I. Tokaerev (just above Barry at left); and astronauts Tamara Jernigan and Julie Payette, all mission specialists. Astronaut Rick D. Husband, pilot, is between Payette and Ochoa. Tokarev represents the Russian Space Agency (RSA) and Payette is with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). The photograph was taken with an electronic still camera (ESC) at 11:02:32 GMT, June 2, 1999.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S96-17109 --- International astronaut Julie Payette, mission specialist, representing the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
STS-95 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S98-05014 (4/14/98) --- President Bill Clinton greets several NASA astronauts upon his arrival at the systems integration facility at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). The astronauts, from the left, are Soichi Noguchi, Kenneth D. Cockrell, Stephanie Wilson, Chris Hadfield and Julie Payette. Payette and Hadfield are with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA)and Noguchi is with the National Space Development Agency (NSADA) of Japan. Looking on is NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin. Photo Credit: NASA or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00584 (01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette is assisted by a SCUBA-equipped diver during emergency bailout training. The STS-96 mission specialist has deployed a life raft following a simulated parachute drop into water. Payette, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was joined by five NASA astronauts for the training session in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Those six will be joined by a Russian cosmonaut aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery for the STS-96 mission later this year.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00592(01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette stands by to simulate a parachute drop into water during emergency bailout training. The STS-96 mission specialist, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was joined by five NASA astronauts for the training session in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Those six will be joined by a Russian cosmonaut aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery for the STS-96 mission later this year.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00588 (01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette floats in a life raft during emergency bailout training. A SCUBA-equipped diver, among a number of swimmers assisting in the training session, appears in the background. The STS-96 mission specialist, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was joined by five NASA astronauts for the training session in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Those six will be joined by a Russian cosmonaut aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery for the STS-96 mission later this year.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00586 (01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette is assisted by a SCUBA-equipped diver during emergency bailout training. The STS-96 mission specialist, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was joined by five NASA astronauts for the training session in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Those six will be joined by a Russian cosmonaut aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery for the STS-96 mission later this year.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00582 (01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette is assisted by a SCUBA-equipped diver during emergency bailout training. The STS-96 mission specialist, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was joined by five NASA astronauts for the training session in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Those six will be joined by a Russian cosmonaut aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery for the STS-96 mission later this year.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00595 (01-08-99) --- Emergency egress instructor David Pogue (left) briefs Julie Payette, STS-96 mission specialist, during her emergency egress/ water survival training at the Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) in JSC's Sonny Carter training facility. Payette, an alumnus of the 1996 astronaut candidate class, represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00585 (01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette deploys a life raft during emergency bailout training. The STS-96 mission specialist, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was joined by five NASA astronauts for the training session in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Those six will be joined by a Russian cosmonaut aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery for the STS-96 mission later this year.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00581 (01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette, mission specialist, simulates a parachute drop into water during emergency bailout training with her STS-96 crew mates. Payette, an alumnus of the 1996 astronaut candidate class, represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). The exercise took place in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL).
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00583 (01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette prepares to go from dependence on a pair of Mae Wests to a life raft she has just deployed during emergency bailout training. The STS-96 mission specialist, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was joined by five NASA astronauts for the training session in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Those six will be joined by a Russian cosmonaut aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery for the STS-96 mission later this year.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-00580 (01-08-99) --- Astronaut Julie Payette, after sliding down a shuttle escape pole, splashes into the water during emergency bailout training. The STS-96 mission specialist, who represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was joined by five NASA astronauts for the training session in the Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL). Those six will be joined by a Russian cosmonaut aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery for the STS-96 mission later this year.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-05968 (7 June 1999) --- Astronaut Kent V. Rominger, mission commander, speaks to crowd on hand at Ellington Field's Hangar 990 following crew arrival. In the background, from the left, are JSC Director George W.S. Abbey and cosmonaut Valeriy I. Tokarev along with astronauts Julie Payette, Daniel T. Barry, Ellen Ocoa and Tamara E. Jernigan, all mission specialists; and Rick D. Husband, pilot. Tokarev represents the Russian Space Agency (RSA) and Payette, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description S99-05969 (7 June 1999) --- Astronaut Julie Payette, a mission specialist representing the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), signs philatelic covers and lithographs for some of the members of the public who turned out for welcome home ceremonies at Ellington Field's Hangar 990.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-364-015 (27 May - 6 June 1999) --- Onboard the Russian-built Zarya module, astronauts Julie Payette (left) and Ellen Ochoa handle a portion of the supplies which have been moved over from the docked Discovery. Payette represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-409-010 (27 May - 6 June 1999) --- Astronaut Julie Payette works inside the Russian-built Zarya module as she joins other members of the STS-96 crew (out of frame) in applying final touches on the elements of the International Space Station (ISS), which was docked with Discovery. Payette, an alumnus of the 1996 class of astronaut trainees, represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-(S)-010 (6 June 1999) --- A rear view shows the drag chute deployed during the 47th shuttle landing at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC), completing the almost ten-day STS-96 mission. Main gear touchdown on runway 15 occurred at 2:02:43 a.m. EDT, June 6, 1999. Nose gear touchdown was at 2:02:59 a.m. and wheels stopped at 2:03:39. Onboard the spacecraft were astronauts Kent V. Rominger, Rick D. Husband, Ellen Ochoa, Tamara E. Jernigan, Daniel T. Barry and Julie Payette along with cosmonauot Valery I. Tokarev. Payette represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and Tokarev is with the Russian Space Agency (CSA).
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-380-019 (27 May - 6 June 1999) --- The seven crew members for the STS-96 mission pose for the traditional inflight crew portrait in the hatch way of the U.S.-built Unity node for the International Space Station (ISS). From to left to right, bottom, are astronauts Daniel T. Barry, Julie Payette and Ellen Ochoa. On top are cosmonaut Valery I. Tokarev, along with astronauts Tamara E. Jernigan and Kent V. Rominger. Astronaut Rick D. Husband is between Rominger and Ochoa. Payette represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and Tokarev is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA).
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-407-011 (27 May - 6 June 1999) --- Astronauts Kent V. Rominger, mission commander, and Julie Payette, mission specialist, participate in the overall chore of STS-96 of preparing International Space Station (ISS) for occupancy. The two are in the U.S.-built Unity node near the hatch leading to the Russian-built Zarya or FGB. Payette, an alumnus of the 1996 class of astronaut trainees, represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-(S)-002 (April 1999) --- Six NASA astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut take a break from training to pose for the STS-96 crew portrait. Astronaut Kent V. Rominger, mission commander, is at left on the front row. Astronaut Rick D. Husband, right, is pilot. The mission specialists are Ellen Ochoa (front center) and, from the left on the back row, Daniel T. Barry, Julie Payette, Valeriy I. Tokarev and Tamara Jernigan. Payette represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and Tokarev is with the Russian Space Agency (RSA). The crew will perform the first station docking and will become the first visitors to the new International Space Station since its launch and start of orbital assembly last year. Discovery's launch date is now scheduled for May 20. PHOTO CREDIT: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-378-021 (27 May - 6 June 1999) --- Astronaut Julie Payette, mission specialist representing the Candian Space Agency (CSA), operates the Canadian-built remote manipulator system (RMS) from Discovery's aft flight deck. Television monitors nearby afford Payette two different angles of the cargo bay.
STS-96 Shuttle Mission ...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description STS096-(S)-009 (6 June 1999) --- The 47th shuttle landing at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) completes the almost ten-day STS-96 mission. Main gear touchdown on runway 15 occurred at 2:02:43 a.m. EDT, June 6, 1999. Nose gear touchdown was at 2:02:59 a.m. and wheels stopped at 2:03:39. Onboard the spacecraft were astronauts Kent V. Rominger, Rick D. Husband, Ellen Ochoa, Tamara E. Jernigan, Daniel T. Barry and Julie Payette along with cosmonauot Valery I. Tokarev. Payette represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and Tokarev is with the Russian Space Agency (CSA).
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