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STS-40 MS Jernigan dons LES parachute pack prior to egress training at JSC
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STS-40 crew waits for emergency egress training to begin at JSC's MAIL FFT
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STS-40 MS Jernigan in EMU listens as Pilot Gutierrez looks on in JSC's WETF
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STS-40 MS Jernigan wearing EMU prepares for a simulation in JSC's WETF pool
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Official portrait of astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan
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STS-52 Mission Specialist (MS) Jernigan during food planning session at JSC
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STS-52 MS Jemison, in LES/LEH, during JSC WETF bailout exercise
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Astronaut Tamara Jernigan during WETF training
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Astronauts Parise and Jernigan check helmets prior to training session
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Astronaut Tamara Jernigan deploys life raft during WETF training
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Astronaut Tamara Jernigan in the CCT during a training session
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Astronaut Jernigan monitors STS-32 crew activity in JSC's MCC Bldg 30 FCR
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STS-40 Mission Specialist (MS) Jernigan monitors SLS-1 Rack 7 SSCE
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STS-40 crewmembers remove specimens from SLS-1 Rack 9 Refrigerator / Freezer
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STS-40 crewmembers remove specimens from SLS-1 Rack 9 Refrigerator / Freezer
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STS-40 Mission Specialist (MS) Jernigan uses the SLS-1 GPWS glovebox
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STS-40 Mission Specialist (MS) Jernigan uses BMMD in SLS-1 module
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STS-40 MS Jernigan works at SLS-1 Rack 1 workstation with intravenous system
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STS-40 MS Jernigan, working at SLS-1 Rack 1, examines Pilot Gutierrez's ear
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STS-52 Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102, Official crew portrait
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Astronaut Tamara Jernigan checks data display from WUPPE
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Official portrait of astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan
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STS-67 Payload Commander Tamara Jernigan Suits up
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STS-52 MS Jemison, in LES/LEH, during JSC WETF bailout exercise
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STS-52 Mission Specialist (MS) Jernigan during food planning session at JSC
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- United Space Alliance (USA) technicians in Orbiter Processing Facility Bay 1 troubleshoot the orbiter Columbia?s outer hatch of the airlock, which failed to open during the recent STS-80 Space Shuttle mission. Mission Specialists Tamara E. Jernigan and Thomas D. Jones did not perform the mission?s planned two extravehicular activities (EVAs) or spacewalks because the hatch would not open on orbit. The spacewalks were to be part of the continuing series of EVA Development Flight Tests to evaluate equipment and procedures and to build spacewalking experience in preparation for the International Space Station.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- United Space Alliance (USA) technicians in Orbiter Processing Facility Bay 1 troubleshoot the orbiter Columbia?s outer hatch of the airlock, which failed to open during the recent STS-80 Space Shuttle mission. Mission Specialists Tamara E. Jernigan and Thomas D. Jones did not perform the mission?s planned two extravehicular activities (EVAs) or spacewalks because the hatch would not open on orbit. The spacewalks were to be part of the continuing series of EVA Development Flight Tests to evaluate equipment and procedures and to build spacewalking experience in preparation for the International Space Station.
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In Orbiter Processing Facility Bay 1, United Space Alliance (USA) technicians Dave Lawrence, at left, and James Cullop troubleshoot the orbiter Columbia?s outer hatch of the airlock, which failed to open during the recent STS-80 Space Shuttle mission. Mission Specialists Tamara E. Jernigan and Thomas D. Jones did not perform the mission?s planned two extravehicular activities (EVAs) or spacewalks because the hatch would not open on orbit. The spacewalks were to be part of the continuing series of EVA Development Flight Tests to evaluate equipment and procedures and to build spacewalking experience in preparation for the International Space Station.
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At Astrotech in Titusville, Fla., members of two Shuttle crews get 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). At left are STS-96 Mission Specialist Daniel T. Barry and Pilot Rick Douglas Husband. At center, STS-96 Mission Specialist Tamara E. Jernigan gives her attention to a technician with DaimlerChrysler while STS-101 Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu looks on. 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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Two Shuttle crews take part in familiarization activities at Astrotech in Titusville, Fla. From left are STS-96 Mission Specialists Daniel T. Barry and Tamara E. Jernigan, and Pilot Rick Douglas Husband; plus STS-101 Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu and Jeffrey N. Williams. They are looking 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). 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 Aerospace of Bremen 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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Two Shuttle crews take part in familiarization activities at Astrotech in Titusville, Fla. From left are STS-101 Mission Specialist Jeffrey N. Williams and Yuri Ivanovich Malenchenko, with the Russian Space Agency; STS-96 Mission Specialist Tamara E. Jernigan; STS-101 Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu (leaning over); a technician with RSC Energia of Korolev, Russia; Manfred Nordhoff, with DaimlerChrysler Aerospace; STS-96 Mission Specialist Daniel T. Barry; and another technician with RSC Energia. They are looking at components of the Russian cargo crane, Strela, to be mounted to the exterior of the Russian station segment on the International Space Station (ISS). 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 Aerospace of Bremen 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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In the Operations and Checkout Building, STS-96 Mission Specialist Tamara E. Jernigan waves after donning her launch and entry suit during final launch preparations. 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 Tamara E. Jernigan is checked out in the white room by Closeout Crew Chief Travis Thompson (back to camera) and Quality Assurance Specialist James Davis. 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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Description S90-34899 Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, mission specialist
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Description S99-00987 (01-15-99) --- Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, mission specialist, has completed donning her training version of the extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suit and prepares to be submerged to a neutrally buoyant-state during an underwater simulation of a space walk scheduled for the STS-96 mission later this year. Jernigan was joined by astronaut Daniel T. Barry (out of frame) for the simulation, conducted in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL).
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Description S99-01054 (01-15-99) --- Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, mission specialist, uses a special tool during an underwater simulation of a space walk scheduled for the STS-96 mission. Jernigan was joined by astronaut Daniel T. Barry (out of frame) for the simulation, conducted in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL).
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Description S99-01053 (01-15-99) --- Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, wearing a training version of the extravehicular mobility unit (EMU), participates in an underwater simulation of a space walk scheduled for STS-96. She was joined in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) training session by astronaut Daniel T. Barry (out of frame), who's also been assigned to the STS-96 planned extravehicular activity (EVA).
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Description S99-01057 (01-15-99) --- Astronaut Daniel T. Barry, STS-96 mission specialist, wears a training version of the extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suit during an underwater simulation of a space walk scheduled for the ISS-2A.1 mission. Barry, toting a tool to be used during his planned space walk, was joined by astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan for the simulation, conducted in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL).
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Description S99-01056 (01-15-99) --- Astronaut Daniel T. Barry, mission specialist, wears a training version of the extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suit during an underwater simulation of a space walk scheduled for the STS-96 mission. Barry was joined by astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan for the simulation, conducted in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL).
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Description S99-01052 (01-15-99) --- Astronaut Daniel T. Barry, mission specialist, wears a training version of the extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suit during an underwater simulation of a space walk scheduled for the STS-96 mission, scheduled for later this year. Barry was joined by astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan (out of frame) for the simulation, conducted in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL).
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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).
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Description S99-05975 (7 June 1999) --- Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan takes her turn at the lectern in Ellington Field's Hangar 990. Her six crew mates and JSC Director George W.S. Abbey, all seated behind, also spoke to the crowd gathered for the welcome home ceremonies.
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Description STS096-333-021 (3 June 1999) --- Backdropped against white clouds and blue ocean waters, the International Space Station (ISS) moves away from the Space Shuttle Discovery. The U.S.-built Unity node (left) and the Russian-built Zarya or FGB module (with the solar array panels deployed) were joined during a December 1998 mission. A portion of the work performed on the May 30 space walk by astronauts Tamara E. Jernigan and Daniel T. Barry is evident at various points on the ISS, including the installation of the Russian-built crane (called Strela). A STS-96 crew member aboard Discovery recorded this image with a 35mm camera on June 3, 1999.
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Description STS096-357-003 (30 May 1999) --- Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, backdropped against terrain some 173 nautical miles beneath Discovery, totes part of a Russian-built crane, called Strela (a Russian word meaning "arrow"). Jernigan's feet are anchored on a mobile foot restraint connected to the shuttle's remote manipulator system (RMS). Astronauts Jernigan and Daniel T. Barry eventually spent over seven hours on the space walk.
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Description STS096-715-042 (3 June 1999) --- A STS-96 crew member aboard Discovery recorded this image of the International Space Station (ISS) with a 70mm camera during a fly-around following separation of the two spacecraft. Lake Hulun Nur in the People's Republic of China is visible in the lower left portion of the frame. A portion of the work performed on the May 30 space walk by astronauts Tamara E. Jernigan and Daniel T. Barry is evident at various points on the ISS, including the installation of the Russian-built crane (called Strela) and the U.S.-built crane.
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Description STS096-330-012 (30 May 1999) --- The U.S.-built Unity node occupies the attention of astronaut Daniel T. Barry as he participates in the May 30 space walk during which he and astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan performed external tasks on the International Space Station (ISS). Jernigan, standing on the end of Discovery's remote manipulator system (RMS), is reflected in Barry's helmet visor in this 35mm frame.
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Description STS096-345-033 (3 June 1999) --- A STS-96 crew member aboard Discovery handling a 35mm camera recorded this image of the International Space Station (ISS) during a fly-around following separation of the two spacecraft. A portion of the work performed on the May 30 space walk by astronauts Tamara E. Jernigan and Daniel T. Barry is evident in the photo, including the installation of the Russian-built crane (called Strela).
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Description STS096-330-004 (30 May 1999) --- Astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan, mission specialist, is backdropped over the Aegian Sea as she handles the American-built crane which she later helped to install on the International Space Station (ISS) during the May 30 space walk. Jernigan's feet are anchored to a mobile foot restraint connected to the Discovery's Canadian-built remote manipulator system (RMS). Jernigan was joined by astronaut Daniel T. Barry for the lengthy extravehicular activity (EVA). Parts of Greece, Turkey and the Dardenelles are visible some 171 nautical miles below the docked tandem of Discovery and the ISS.
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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).
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