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Astronaut Richard Covey in the Crew Compartment trainer
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Astronaut Richard Covey working in the Crew Compartment Trainer
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Astronaut Richard Covey with control box for bicycle ergometer
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2007-11-15 0:0:0
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Astronaut Richard Covey at commander's station in Endeavour during STS-61
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2007-11-15 0:0:0
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Astronaut Richard Covey in the Crew Compartment trainer
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07.09.1986
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Astronaut Richard Covey working in the Crew Compartment Trainer
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07.09.1986
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Martin Wilson, with United Space Alliance, describes an orbiter?s Thermal Protection System for members of the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group (SCTG). Handling some of the blanket insulation are Dr. Kathryn Clark and Joe Engle. Third from left is Richard Covey, former Space Shuttle commander, who is co-chair of the SCTG, along with Thomas P. Stafford, Apollo commander. Chartered by NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe, the task group will perform an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the final recommendations by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - NASA worker Joy Huff (right) shows a leading edge subsystems (LESS) with tile bonded to it to members of the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group (SCTG). From left are Dr. Amy Donahue, David Lengyel, Dr. Kathryn Clark, Richard Covey, former Space Shuttle commander, and William Wegner. Covey is co-chair of the SCTG along with Thomas P. Stafford, Apollo commander. Chartered by NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe, the task group will perform an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the final recommendations by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The Space Shuttle Discovery and its five-man crew is launched from pad 39B at 11:37 a.m. as STS-26 embarks on a four-day mission, marking America's return to space. On the first day of orbit, the crew will deploy from the orbiter's payload bay the primary payload, the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS-C). The Inertial Upper Stage (IUS) will boost the satellite to a geosynchronous altitude from low-Earth orbit. When in place, TDRS-C will relay data from low-Earth orbiting spacecraft, and air-to-ground voice communications and television from Space Shuttle orbiters during missions. The crew members of STS-26 are Commander Rick Hauck, Pilot Richard Covey, and Mission Specialists Dave Hilmers, Mike Lounge, and George "Pinky" Nelson.
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Description JSC2003-E-56783 (08/06/2003) --- On a tour of the Tile Shop, members of the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group (SCTG) learn about PU-tiles, part of an orbiter?s Thermal Protection System. At left is Martin Wilson, with United Space Alliance. Others (left to right) around the table are James Adamson, Dr. Katherine Clark, William Wegner, Richard Covey and Joe Engle. Covey, former Space Shuttle commander, is co-chair of the SCTG, along with Thomas P. Stafford, Apollo commander. Chartered by NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe, the task group will perform an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the final recommendations by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.
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2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2003-E-56782 (08/06/2003) --- NASA worker Joy Huff (right) shows a leading edge subsystems (LESS) with tile bonded to it to members of the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group (SCTG). From left are Dr. Amy Donahue, David Lengyel, Dr. Katherine Clark, Richard Covey, former Space Shuttle commander, and William Wegner. Covey is co-chair of the SCTG along with Thomas P. Stafford, Apollo commander. Chartered by NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe, the task group will perform an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the final recommendations by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.
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2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description JSC2003-E-56784 (08/06/2003) --- Martin Wilson, with United Space Alliance, describes an orbiter?s Thermal Protection System for members of the Stafford-Covey Return to Flight Task Group (SCTG). Handling some of the blanket insulation are Dr. Katherine Clark and Joe Engle. Third from left is Richard Covey, former Space Shuttle commander, who is co-chair of the SCTG, along with Thomas P. Stafford, Apollo commander. Chartered by NASA Administrator Sean O?Keefe, the task group will perform an independent assessment of NASA?s implementation of the final recommendations by the Columbia Accident Investigation Board.
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