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STS-117 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS117-S-002 (May 2007) --- These seven astronauts take a break from training to pose for the STS-117 crew portrait. Scheduled to launch aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis are (from the left) astronauts Clayton C. Anderson, James F. Reilly II, Steven R. Swanson, mission specialists; Frederick W. (Rick) Sturckow, commander; Lee J. Archambault, pilot; Patrick G. Forrester and John D. (Danny) Olivas, mission specialists. Anderson will join Expedition 15 in progress to serve as a flight engineer aboard the International Space Station. The crewmembers are attired in training versions of their shuttle launch and entry suits.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-337-004 (12-24 July 2001) --- The STS-104 astronauts took a moment from a busy agenda to pose for their traditional in-flight crew portrait. In front are astronauts Steven W. Lindsey (left) and Charles O. Hobaugh, commander and pilot, respectively. From left in back are astronauts Michael L. Gernhardt, Janet L. Kavandi and James F. Reilly, all mission specialists.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-326-007 (12-24 July 2001) --- The two STS-104 space walkers show their appreciation for the helpful hand of astronaut Charles O. Hobaugh, pilot, following a space walk. Astronauts Michael L. Gernhardt (left) and James F. Reilly are wearing the thermal undergarments for the extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suit. On the first two of their three space walks, the two mission specialists exited from the shuttle airlock (pictured). The crew had brought up and installed the new Quest airlock, which was used for suit-up up and egress for the third and final EVA.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-326-037 (12-24 July 2001) --- Astronaut Steven W. Lindsey (right), STS-104 mission commander, is pictured on Atlantis' mid deck with the assigned space walkers for the 12-day mission following one of their three days of extravehicular activity (EVA). In the special undergarments for their extravehicular mobility units (EMU) are astronauts James F. Reilly (left) and Michael L. Gernhardt.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-315-005 (12-24 July 2001) --- With Earth's horizon in the background, astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt, STS-104 mission specialist, participates in one of three space walks aimed toward wrapping up the completion of work on the second phase of the International Space Station (ISS). Gernhardt was joined on the extravehicular activity (EVA) by astronaut James F. Reilly.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-309-003 (12-24 July 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, moves toward aft flight deck windows on the Space Shuttle Atlantis for a viewing opportunity. Reilly is one of five NASA astronauts aboard the Atlantis who will be participating in work on the International Space Station (ISS).
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-315-007 (12-24 July 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, participates in one of three space walks aimed toward wrapping up the completion of work on the second phase of the International Space Station (ISS). Reilly was joined on the extravehicular activity (EVA) by astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-315-013 (12-24 July 2001) --- Holding onto the end effector of the Canadarm on the Space Shuttle Atlantis, astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt, STS-104 mission specialist, participates in one of three STS-104 space walks. The extravehicular activity (EVA) was designed to help wrap up the completion of work on the second phase of the International Space Station (ISS). Gernhardt was joined on the extravehicular activity (EVA) by astronaut James F. Reilly. The jutting peninsula in the background is Cape Kormakiti on the north central coast of Cyprus and the water body to the left of the cape is Morphu Bay.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-313-011 (12-24 July 2001) --- Astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt, mission specialist for STS-104, checks out the extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suits in the equipment lock of the newly installed Quest airlock on the International Space Station (ISS). Astronauts Gernhardt and James F. Reilly went on to utilize the new airlock to egress the station on the occasion of the third and final space walk of the STS-104 mission.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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S98-00122 --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, II, mission specialist
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5238 (21 July 2001) --- Astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt, STS-104 mission specialist, was photographed with a digital still camera during extravehicular activity (EVA) with the International Space Station (ISS). During this, the third, STS-104 space walk, Gernhardt and astronaut James F. Reilly attached a nitrogen supply tank to the Airlock Quest's shell and also moved hand-over-hand up the station's solar array truss to take a look at a gimbal assembly mechanism that allows the arrays to swivel with the Sun. This space walk was the first ever that has utilized the new airlock.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5239 (21 July 2001) --- Astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt, STS-104 mission specialist, was photographed with a digital still camera during extravehicular activity (EVA) with the International Space Station (ISS). During this, the third, STS-104 space walk, Gernhardt and astronaut James F. Reilly attached a nitrogen supply tank to the Airlock Quest's shell and also moved hand-over-hand up the station's solar array truss to take a look at a gimbal assembly mechanism that allows the arrays to swivel with the Sun. This space walk was the first ever that has utilized the new airlock.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5232 (21 July 2001) --- A crew member used a digital still camera to take a picture of astronaut James F. Reilly in the airlock at the completion of the final STS-104 extravehicular activity (EVA).
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5237 (20 July 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly participates in a bit of space history as he joins astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt (out of frame) in utilizing the new Quest airlock for the first ever space walk to egress from the International Space Station (ISS). The two STS-104 mission specialists were scheduled to attach a fourth and final supply tank to the airlock?s exterior, and move on to some get-ahead tasks made possible when they were able to attach a bonus third tank during an earlier space walk. Tasks added to the final space walk include an inspection of one of the station?s solar array swivels and inspection of the Floating Potential Probe that measures plasma levels around the solar arrays. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5227 (21 July 2001) --- Working in tandem with the station's Canadarm2 operator and Expedition Two flight engineer James S. Voss, astronaut Steven W. Lindsey, STS-104 commander, supports mission specialists Michael L. Gernhardt and James F. Reilly during the final of three STS-104 space walks. Lindsey is on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, while Voss worked at controls in the Destiny laboratory. The extravehicular activity (EVA) was partly devoted to the attachment of a new nitrogen supply tank to the shell of the new Airlock Quest. This photo was recorded with a digital still camera.
International Space Sta...
 
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STS104-E-5234 (21 July 2001) --- A crew member used a digital still camera to take a picture of astronaut James F. Reilly in the airlock at the completion of the final STS-104 extravehicular activity (EVA).
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5173 (20 July 2001) --- Seven astronauts and a cosmonaut representing Rosaviakosmos take a break in joint activities involving the Expedition Two and STS-104 crews to pose for an in-flight portrait in the newly delivered Quest Airlock on the International Space Station (ISS). Flanked by two extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suits, Charles O. Hobaugh is in front. On the second row are, from the left, James F. Reilly, Steven W. Lindsey, Yury V. Usachev and Michael L. Gernhardt. In the rear are Janet L. Kavandi, James S. Voss and Susan J. Helms. Usachev, commander; along with Voss and Helms, both flight engineers, comprise the Expedition Two crew. Lindsey is STS-104 commander, with Hobaugh serving as pilot. Kavandi, STS-104 flight engineer, is joined by Gernhardt and Reilly as mission specialists on the mission. This image was recorded with a digital still camera.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5200 (20 July 2001) --- Though it was a bit before Friday midnight in Houston, it was already into the morning hours of Saturday by Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) when astronauts James F. Reilly (left) and Michael L. Gernhardt were photographed with a digital still camera in the Crew Lock prior to depressurization of the compartment for the third and final space walk of STS-104.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5203 (20 July 2001) --- Though it was a bit before Friday midnight in Houston, it was already into the morning hours of Saturday by Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) when astronauts James F. Reilly (facing camera) and Michael L. Gernhardt were photographed with a digital still camera in the Crew Lock prior to depressurization of the compartment for the third and final space walk of STS-104.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5177 (20 July 2001) --- Seven astronauts and a cosmonaut representing Rosaviakosmos take a break in joint activities involving the Expedition Two and STS-104 crews to pose for an in-flight portrait in the newly delivered Quest Airlock on the International Space Station (ISS). Flanked by two extravehicular mobility unit (EMU) space suits, Charles O. Hobaugh is in front. On the second row are, from the left, James F. Reilly, Steven W. Lindsey, Yury V. Usachev and Michael L. Gernhardt. In the rear are Janet L. Kavandi, James S. Voss and Susan J. Helms. Usachev, commander; along with Voss and Helms, both flight engineers, comprise the Expedition Two crew. Lindsey is STS-104 commander, with Hobaugh serving as pilot. Kavandi, STS-104 flight engineer, is joined by Gernhardt and Reilly as mission specialists on the mission. This image was recorded with a digital still camera.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5202 (20 July 2001) --- Though it was a bit before Friday midnight in Houston, it was already into the morning hours of Saturday by Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) when astronauts James F. Reilly (facing camera) and Michael L. Gernhardt were photographed with a digital still camera in the Crew Lock prior to depressurization of the compartment for the third and final space walk of STS-104.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5201 (20 July 2001) --- Though it was a bit before Friday midnight in Houston, it was already into the morning hours of Saturday by Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) when astronauts James F. Reilly (left) and Michael L. Gernhardt were photographed with a digital still camera in the Crew Lock prior to depressurization of the compartment for the third and final space walk of STS-104.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5163 (19 July 2001) --- In the newly-delivered Quest Airlock, astronauts James F. Reilly (bottom left) and Michael L. Gernhardt (right), STS-104 mission specialists, prepare for the second of their three scheduled STS-104 space walks to work on the exterior of the International Space Station (ISS). Astronaut Charles O. Hobaugh, pilot, hangs around to assist the two. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.
International Space Sta...
 
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STS104-E-5166 (19 July 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, looks over some supplies in the Quest Airlock aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Reilly is one of two assigned space walkers on the STS-104 mission. The third and final scheduled extravehicular activity (EVA) is to utilize the new airlock, marking its first ever usage. The image was recorded with a digital still camera.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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S104-E-5064 (15 July 2001) --- Michael L. Gernhardt (front), mission specialist and EV1, and James F. Reilly, mission specialist and EV2, work in the payload bay of the Space Shuttle Atlantis during the first extravehicular activity (EVA) of the STS-104 mission. This image was taken by a STS-104 crewmember in Atlantis with a digital still camera.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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S104-E-5076 (15 July 2001) --- After completing the first extravehicular activity (EVA) of the STS-104 mission, James F. Reilly (left), mission specialist, and Michael L. Gernhardt (right), mission specialist, both wearing Liquid Cooling and Ventilation Garments (LCVG's), pose for a picture with Charles O. Hobaugh, pilot, on the middeck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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S104-E-5071 (15 July 2001) --- As the sun sets behind the Earth's horizon, the Expedition Two and STS-104 crews continue to install the Quest Airlock onto the starboard side of Unity Node 1. Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer, working in the Destiny U.S. Laboratory, maneuvered the Airlock into place with the Canadarm2, Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), while being assisted by Michael L. Gernhardt and James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialists, during their first extravehicular activity (EVA).
International Space Sta...
 
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S104-E-5108 (16 July 2001) --- James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, reads over a checklist in the hatchway of the newly installed Quest Airlock. In the background, cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev of Rosaviakosmos, Expedition Two mission commander, is working in Unity Node 1.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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STS104-E-5026 (14 July 2001) --- Positioned near a window on the aft flight deck of the Space Shuttle Atlantis, astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, uses a laser ranging device to hone in on the International Space Station (ISS) during pre-docking operations about 237 miles above Earth.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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S104-E-5055 (14 July 2001) --- Soon after their ingress into the International Space Station (ISS), STS-104 crewmembers pose for a photograph with Expedition Two crewmembers in the Zvezda Service Module. From left to right are: back row - Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer; Michael L. Gernhardt, STS-104 mission specialist; Steven W. Lindsey, STS-104 mission commander; James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist; front row - Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two mission commander; and Janet L. Kavandi, STS-104 mission specialist. Usachev represents Rosaviakosmos.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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S104-E-5053 (14 July 2001) --- Soon after their ingress into the International Space Station (ISS), STS-104 crewmembers pose for a photograph with Expedition Two crewmembers in the Zvezda Service Module. From left to right are: James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer; Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer; Michael L. Gernhardt, STS-104 mission specialist; Steven W. Lindsey, STS-104 mission commander; Janet L. Kavandi, STS-104 mission specialist; and James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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S104-E-5057 (14 July 2001) --- Soon after their ingress into the International Space Station (ISS), the STS-104 crewmembers pose for a photograph with the Expedition Two crewmembers in the Zvezda Service Module. From left to right are: back row - Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer; Michael L. Gernhardt, STS-104 mission specialist; Steven W. Lindsey, STS-104 mission commander; James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist; middle row - Yury V. Usachev, Expedition Two mission commander; Janet L. Kavandi, STS-104 mission specialist; front row - James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer; and Charles O. Hobaugh, STS-104 pilot. Usachev represents Rosaviakosmos.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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KSC-01PP-1283 (12 July 2001) --- The STS-104 crew heads for the Astrovan that will take them to Launch Pad 39B. Leading are Commander Steven W. Lindsey (left) and Pilot Charles O. Hobaugh. In the center is Mission Specialist Janet Lynn Kavandi. Following her are Mission Specialists Michael L. Gernhardt (left) and James F. Reilly. The launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on mission STS-104 is targeted for 5:04 a.m. EDT, July 12, from Launch Pad 39B. The primary payload on the mission is the joint airlock module, which will be added to the International Space Station. The airlock will be the primary path for Space Station spacewalk entry and departure for U.S. spacesuits, and will also support the Russian Orlan spacesuit for EVA activity.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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KSC-01PP-1277 (12 July 2001) --- The STS-104 crew finishes its final meal of the day before launch. Seated from left are Mission Specialists Michael L. Gernhardt and Janet Lynn Kavandi, Commander Steven W. Lindsey, Pilot Charles O. Hobaugh and Mission Specialist James F. Reilly. The launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis on mission STS-104 is targeted for 5:04 a.m. EDT, July 12, from Launch Pad 39B. The primary payload on the mission is the joint airlock module, which will be added to the International Space Station. The airlock will be the primary path for Space Station spacewalk entry and departure for U.S. spacesuits, and will also support the Russian Orlan spacesuit for EVA activity.
STS-117 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2006-E-44638 (16 Oct. 2006) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly II, STS-117 mission specialist, attired in a training version of the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuit, is about to begin a training session in the waters of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near the Johnson Space Center.
STS-117 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2006-E-44664 (16 Oct. 2006) --- Astronauts John D. (Danny) Olivas and James F. Reilly II, both STS-117 mission specialists, are about to be submerged in the waters of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near Johnson Space Center. Olivas and Reilly are attired in training versions of the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuit.
STS-117 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2006-E-44663 (16 Oct. 2006) --- Astronauts John D. (Danny) Olivas and James F. Reilly II, both STS-117 mission specialists, are about to be submerged in the waters of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near Johnson Space Center. Olivas and Reilly are attired in training versions of the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuit.
STS-117 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2006-E-44646 (16 Oct. 2006) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly II, STS-117 mission specialist, attired in a training version of the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuit, is about to begin a training session in the waters of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near the Johnson Space Center.
STS-117 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2006-E-44631 (16 Oct. 2006) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly II, STS-117 mission specialist, checks out a training version of the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuit in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near Johnson Space Center. After donning the EMU, Reilly was submerged in the waters of the NBL for an extravehicular activity (EVA) training session.
STS-117 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2006-E-32666 (3 Aug. 2006) --- Attired in training versions of their shuttle launch and landing suits, astronauts James F. Reilly II (left) and John D. (Danny) Olivas, both STS-117 mission specialists, participate in a training session on the middeck of the crew compartment trainer (CCT-2) in the Space Vehicle Mockup Facility at Johnson Space Center.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-22798 (25 July 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, addresses a crowd at Ellington Field?s Hangar 990 for a crew return ceremony.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-22791 (25 July 2001) --- JSC Acting Director Roy S. Estess introduces the STS-104 crew members to a crowd gathered in Ellington Field?s Hangar 990 during crew return ceremonies. Seated (from left) are Michael L. Gernhardt, James F. Reilly, Janet L. Kavandi, all mission specialists, along with Steven W. Lindsey and Charles O. Hobaugh, mission commander and pilot, respectively.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-22794 (25 July 2001) --- Astronaut Steven W. Lindsey, STS-104 mission commander, addresses a crowd at Ellington Field?s Hangar 990 for a crew return ceremony. Seated from the left are Michael L. Gernhardt, James F. Reilly, both mission specialist, and Roy S. Estess, JSC Acting Director, along with Janet L. Kavandi, mission specialist, and Charles O. Hobaugh, pilot.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-19302 (25 June 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, ponders a question during a pre-flight press conference at Johnson Space Center (JSC).
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-19296 (25 June 2001) --- Astronauts James F. Reilly (left), Janet L. Kavandi, Michael L. Gernhardt, all STS-104 mission specialists; along with Charles O. Hobaugh and Steven W. Lindsey, pilot and mission commander, respectively, are photographed during a pre-flight press conference at Johnson Space Center (JSC).
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-11702 (9 April 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, participates in an Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) fit check in one of the chambers in the Crew Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). The STS-104 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) represents the Space Shuttle Atlantis' first flight using a new engine and is targeted for a liftoff no earlier than June 14, 2001.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-11691 (9 April 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, prepares to don his helmet for an Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) fit check in one of the chambers in the Crew Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). The STS-104 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) represents the Space Shuttle Atlantis' first flight using a new engine and is targeted for a liftoff no earlier than June 14, 2001.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-11699 (9 April 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, participates in an Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) fit check in one of the chambers in the Crew Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). The STS-104 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) represents the Space Shuttle Atlantis' first flight using a new engine and is targeted for a liftoff no earlier than June 14, 2001.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-11687 (9 April 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, STS-104 mission specialist, prepares to don his Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) space suit for a fit check in one of the chambers in the Crew Systems Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). Reilly is wearing a thermal undergarment over which he will wear the EMU. The STS-104 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) represents the Space Shuttle Atlantis' first flight using a new engine and is targeted for a liftoff no earlier than June 14, 2001.
STS-104 Shuttle Mission...
 
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JSC2001-E-10907 (9 April 2001) --- Astronaut James F. Reilly, mission specialist, inspects space walk gear during a crew equipment bench review in an offsite facility near Johnson Space Center (JSC). The STS-104 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) represents the Space Shuttle Atlantis' first flight using a new engine and is targeted for a liftoff no earlier than June 14, 2001.
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