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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.
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S98-05016 (4/14/98) -- At Houston's Johnson Space Center, President Bill Clinton looks at a monitor while communicating long distance with the STS-90 crew preparing for a launch in two days at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Others pictured, in near background, are (from the left) NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin, U.S. Sen. John H. Glenn Jr. (D.-Ohio) and JSC Director George W.S. Abbey. Clinton addressed the importance of the the Neurolab mission and asked the crew commander--astronaut Richard A. Searfoss--to profile the mission's objectives for the press corps accompanying the president on his JSC visit. Glenn is at JSC in preparation to fly as a payload specialist on the STS-95 mission later this year. Photo Credit: NASA or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
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S98-05013 (4/14/98) --- President Bill Clinton tries on a glove from the Space Shuttle extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suit during an April 14 visit to the Johnson Space Center (JSC). In the suit is Amy Ross, a JSC engineer. Others pictured are William E. (Bill) Spenny (left) of the EVA and Spacesuit Systems Branch in the Crew and Thermal Systems Division, Engineering Directorate; and Stephen N. Anderson (second right) of ILC. Photo Credit: NASA or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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S98-05015 (4/14/98) --- President Bill Clinton is pictured inside the Spacelab mock up during a tour conducted by U.S. Sen. John H. Glenn (D.-Ohio), currently in training as a Space Shuttle crew member at the Johnson Space Center (JSC).
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S98-08757 (4-14-98) U.S. Sen. John H. Glenn Jr. (D.-Ohio) looks at a proof of one of his poses for his STS-95 portrait with photographer Robert Markowitz. Glenn is currently in training as a payload specialist for the scheduled late October launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery. The photo was taken by Joe McNally, National Geographic, for NASA.
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S98-05023 (4/14/98) --- A large crowd of JSC employees listen to President Bill Clinton during an April 14 visit to the Johnson Space Center. NASA, Houston and JSC officials, as well as the STS-95 Discovery crew members scheduled to fly in space later this year, are on the dais with the President. He earlier had gone inside several of the Shuttle and ISS crew training facilities and mockups. Photo Credit: Joe McNally, National Geographic, for NASA
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S98-05025 (4/14/98) --- President Bill Clinton tours a laboratory mockup used for training purposes by astronauts assigned to fly aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Astronaut William Shepherd (right), mission commander for the first ISS expedition crew, briefs the Chief Executive. Looking on are astronauts C. Michael Foale and Tamara C. Jernigan. Foale spent four months last year aboard Russia's Mir space station. President Clinton toured several mockups and other training components before speaking to a crowd of JSC employees. Photo Credit: Joe McNally, National Geographic, for NASA
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S98-05017 (4/14/98) --- President Bill Clinton prepares to use a spoon to sample some space food while visiting the Johnson Space Center (JSC). Holding the food packet is U.S. Sen. John H. Glenn Jr. (D.-Ohio), currently in training at JSC as a payload specialist for a flight scheduled later this year aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery. Looking on is astronaut Curtis L. Brown Jr., STS-95 mission commander. The picture was taken in the full fuselage trainer (FFT). Photo Credit: Joe McNally, National Geographic, for NASA
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S98-05024 (4/14/98) --- A large crowd of JSC employees listen to President Bill Clinton during an April 14 visit to the Johnson Space Center. On the dais with the President (seated, from the left) are JSC Director George W.S. Abbey, U.S. Sen. Nick Lampson (D.-TX), and Houston Mayor Lee Brown. Standing behind them are members of the STS-95 crew: (from the left) Pedro Duque of ESA, Chiaki Mukai of NASDA, U.S. Rep. John H. Glenn Jr. (D.-Ohio), Stephen K. Robinson, Scott F. Parazynski, Steven W. Lindsey (behind Clinton) and Curtis L. Brown Jr. Out of the frame is NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin who also addressed the crowd. The Chief Executive earlier had gone inside several of the Shuttle and ISS crew training facilities and mockups. Photo Credit: Joe McNally, National Geographic, for NASA
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S98-05019 (4/14/98) --- President Bill Clinton is briefed about training facilities and mockups for the International Space Station (ISS) by astronaut William Shepherd, assigned as commander for the first ISS expedition crew. The President was on a visit to the Johnson Space Center (JSC) during which he spoke to a crowd of JSC employees. Photo Credit: Joe McNally, National Georgraphic, for NASA
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98-E-03312 (4/14/98) President Bill Clinton (at lecturn) addresses employees at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) during an April 14 visit to the Houston facility. Seated behind him (from the left) are JSC Director George W.S. Abbey, U.S. Rep. Nick Lampson (D.-TX), NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin and Houston Mayor Lee Brown. Standing are members of the STS-95 crew: (from the left) Pedro Duque, Chiaki Mukai, U.S. Sen. John H. Glenn Jr. (D.-Ohio), Stephen K. Robinson, Scott F. Parazynski, Steven W. Lindsey and Curtis L. Brown Jr. Brown is commander of the scheduled flight aboard Discovery. Mukai represents Japan's National Space Development Agency (NASDA) and Duque is with the European Space Agency (ESA). Photo Credit: NASA or the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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