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SPACE
RTXF2CU 
March 22, 1993 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts depart crew quarters March 22 for the launching pad. Clockwise from... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts depart crew quarters March 22 for the launching pad. Clockwise fro..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts depart crew quarters March 22 for the launching pad. Clockwise from lower left, Pilot, Terence Hendricks, Jerry Ross, Charles Precourt, Bernard Harris, Ulrich Walter, Hans Schlegel and waving is Commander Steven Nagel. Walter and Schledgel are German astronauts 
SPACE
RTXF2D0 
March 22, 1993 
A plume of smoke rises from the launch pade as the shuttle's main engines ignite and then shut down as... 
A plume of smoke rises from the launch pade as the shuttle's main engines ignite and then shut down ..... 
A plume of smoke rises from the launch pade as the shuttle's main engines ignite and then shut down as the flight of the space shuttle Columbia is aborted with three seconds showing on the press center clock. The main engines were shut down, and the crew of seven safely exited March 22 
SPACE
RTXF2D1 
March 22, 1993 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Hans Schlegel departs crew quarters for the launching pad March 22.... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Hans Schlegel departs crew quarters for the launching pad March 22...... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Hans Schlegel departs crew quarters for the launching pad March 22. Schlegel and Ulrich Walter are from Germany and will work in the German spacelab in the shuttle on the 9-day mission.Schlegel is wearing a health-monitoring probe 
SPACE
RTXF2D2 
March 22, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown on the launching pad moments before aborting launch March 22. The... 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown on the launching pad moments before aborting launch March 22. Th..... 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown on the launching pad moments before aborting launch March 22. The three main engines were shut down and the crew of seven left the craftuninjured 
SPACE
RTXF2D3 
March 22, 1993 
The main engine compartment of the space shuttle Columbia is shown on the launching pad moments before... 
The main engine compartment of the space shuttle Columbia is shown on the launching pad moments befo..... 
The main engine compartment of the space shuttle Columbia is shown on the launching pad moments before aborting launch March 22. The three main engines were shut down and the crew of seven left the craft uninjured 
SPACE
RTXF2DB 
March 22, 1993 
German astronauts Hans Schlegel and Ulrich Walter, (in doorway of van), return to crew quarters after... 
German astronauts Hans Schlegel and Ulrich Walter, (in doorway of van), return to crew quarters afte..... 
German astronauts Hans Schlegel and Ulrich Walter, (in doorway of van), return to crew quarters after launch of the space shuttle Columbia was aborted March 22. The main engines were shut down, and the crew of seven safely exited. The Germans are wearing electrodes for health monitoring experiments 
SPACE
RTXF0MJ 
April 23, 1993 
Journalists photograph the space shuttle Columbia as it rests on the launching pad at the Kennedy Space... 
Journalists photograph the space shuttle Columbia as it rests on the launching pad at the Kennedy Sp..... 
Journalists photograph the space shuttle Columbia as it rests on the launching pad at the Kennedy Space Center April 23 
SPACE
RTXF0NM 
April 25, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown atop launching pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center April 25. Launch... 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown atop launching pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center April 25. Lau..... 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown atop launching pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center April 25. Launch of the craft, NASA's third attempt, carrying the German Spacelab and a crew of seven, is scheduled for April 26 
SPACE
RTXF0OO 
April 26, 1993 
Space shuttle astronauts depart their quarters for the launch pad April 26 for launch aboard the Columbia.... 
Space shuttle astronauts depart their quarters for the launch pad April 26 for launch aboard the Col..... 
Space shuttle astronauts depart their quarters for the launch pad April 26 for launch aboard the Columbia. Clockwise from lower left are Pilot Terence Henricks, Jerry Ross, Charles Precourt, Bernard Harris, Hans Schlegel, Ulrich Walter and Commander Steven Nagel in lower right. The shuttle is expected to be in space nine days with the German spacelab 
SPACE
RTXF0OR 
April 26, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center April 26. The craft is... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center April 26. The craft is..... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center April 26. The craft is carrying a crew of seven and the German Spacelab on a nine-day mission 
SPACE
RTXF0OX 
April 26, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center April 26. The craft is... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center April 26. The craft is..... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center April 26. The craft is carrying a crew of seven and the German Spacelab on a nine-day mission 
SPACE
RTXF0OY 
April 26, 1993 
Space shuttle astronauts Hans Schlegel, left, and Ulrich Walter are shown as they depart their quarters... 
Space shuttle astronauts Hans Schlegel, left, and Ulrich Walter are shown as they depart their quart..... 
Space shuttle astronauts Hans Schlegel, left, and Ulrich Walter are shown as they depart their quarters for the launch pad April 26 for launch aboard the Columbia. Walter and Schlegel are from Germany and will participate in activities in the German Spacelab on the nine-day mission 
SPACE
RTXEWUB 
October 17, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown on launching pad 39B Oct. 17 as a photographer aims his remote cameras... 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown on launching pad 39B Oct. 17 as a photographer aims his remote c..... 
The space shuttle Columbia is shown on launching pad 39B Oct. 17 as a photographer aims his remote cameras 
SPACE
RTXEWUR 
October 18, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center Oct. 18 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center Oct. 18.. 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center Oct. 18 
SPACE
RTXEWVB 
October 18, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18. Columbia, with... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18. Columbia, ..... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18. Columbia, with a crew of seven, is expected to spend two weeks in space with the spacelab module on board 
SPACE
RTXEWVI 
October 18, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18.. 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18 
SPACE
RTXEWVX 
October 18, 1993 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18th 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18th.. 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center October 18th 
SPACE
RTXFEZM 
March 04, 1994 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B, March 4 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B, March 4.. 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B, March 4 
SPACE
RTXFEZN 
March 04, 1994 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B, March 4 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B, March 4.. 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39B, March 4 
SPACE
RTXFEZP 
March 04, 1994 
Commander John Casper (left) gives the thumbs up sign as the crew of the space shuttle Columbia departs... 
Commander John Casper (left) gives the thumbs up sign as the crew of the space shuttle Columbia depa..... 
Commander John Casper (left) gives the thumbs up sign as the crew of the space shuttle Columbia departs for the launching pad, March 4. At right is Pilot AndrewAllen 
SPACE
RTXFEZT 
March 04, 1994 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia is shown departing their quarters for the launching pad, March... 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia is shown departing their quarters for the launching pad, Marc..... 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia is shown departing their quarters for the launching pad, March 4. From left are Marsha Ivins, Pilot Andrew Allen, Sam Gemar, Commander John Casper, and Pierre Thuot 
SPACE
RTXFFKJ 
March 18, 1994 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18.. 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18 
SPACE
RTXFFKK 
March 18, 1994 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18.. 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18 
SPACE
RTXFFKM 
March 18, 1994 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18.. 
The space shuttle Columbia touches down at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida March 18 
CAPE CANAVERAL
RTR2P3 
July 08, 1994 
SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA ASTRONAUT MUKAI OF JAPAN WAVES AS HE DEPARTSW WITH CREWMEMBERS FOR THE LAUNCHING... 
Cape Canaveral, multiple countries 
SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA ASTRONAUT MUKAI OF JAPAN WAVES AS HE DEPARTSW WITH CREWMEMBERS FOR THE LAUNCHING... 
SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA ASTRONAUT MUKAI OF JAPAN WAVES AS HE DEPARTSW WITH CREWMEMBERS FOR THE LAUNCHING PAD AT KENNEDY SPACE CENTRE AT CAPE CANAVERAL IN FLORIDA. ORL01:SHUTTLE STS-65:CAPE CANAVERAL:FLORIDA 8JULY94 - Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Chiaki Mukai of Japan (C),waves as he departs with crewmembers Donald Thomas (L), and Carl Walz for the launching pad at the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral in Florida July 8, 1994. SCANNED FROM NEGATIVE REUTERS/ Dan LeClair 
SPACE
RTXFC6O 
July 08, 1994 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center July 8. The spacecraft... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center July 8. The spacecraft..... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center July 8. The spacecraft carried a crew of seven and the International Microgravity Laboratory into orbit on a 14-day mission 
SPACE
RTXFC7B 
July 09, 1994 
A large plume of smoke is shown near the exhaust plume of the space shuttle Columbia as it lifted off... 
A large plume of smoke is shown near the exhaust plume of the space shuttle Columbia as it lifted of..... 
A large plume of smoke is shown near the exhaust plume of the space shuttle Columbia as it lifted off from pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center July 8. NASA officials say they believe it is condensation caused by air pressure from the surface of the spacecraft. Shuttle managers say they will examine data concerning the unusual event. j 
SPACE
RTXFP7R 
September 27, 1995 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts (l), Albert Sacco shares a laugh with Pilot Kent Rominger during a... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts (l), Albert Sacco shares a laugh with Pilot Kent Rominger during a..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts (l), Albert Sacco shares a laugh with Pilot Kent Rominger during a photo opportunity Sept. 27 at the launching pad. The crew of seven is expected to launch September 28 on a 16-day scientific mission 
SPACE
RTXFP7S 
September 27, 1995 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts (l to r) Albert Sacco, Pilot Kent Rominger, Commander Ken Bowersox... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts (l to r) Albert Sacco, Pilot Kent Rominger, Commander Ken Bowerso..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts (l to r) Albert Sacco, Pilot Kent Rominger, Commander Ken Bowersox and Kathy Thornton wave during a photo opportunity September 27 from the launching pad at Cape Canaveral. The crew, with three others, is expected to launch September 28 
LOPEZ ALEGRIA
RTXFQAR 
October 07, 1995 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmembers... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmembers..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmembers from their quarters for the launching pad at the Kennedy Space Center October 7. Lopez-Alegria calls Madrid, Spain and Mission Viejo, California his hometowns 
SPACE
RTXFOFD 
October 15, 1995 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmembers... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmembers..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmembers from their quarters for the launching pad at the Kennedy Space Center October 15. Lopez Alegria calls Madrid, Spain and Mission Viejo, California his hometowns 
SPACE
RTXFOFJ 
October 15, 1995 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia departs their quarters for the launching pad at the Kennedy Space... 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia departs their quarters for the launching pad at the Kennedy S..... 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia departs their quarters for the launching pad at the Kennedy Space Center October 15. Clockwise from center left are Kathy Thornton, Fred Leslie, Albert Sacco, Michael Lopez-Alegria, Catherine Coleman, Pilot Kent Rominger and Commander Ken Bowersox (right 
SPACE
RTXFMHQ 
October 20, 1995 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center October 20 on a sixteen day mission... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center October 20 on a sixteen day missi..... 
The space shuttle Columbia lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center October 20 on a sixteen day mission dedicated to microgravity research 
SPACE
RTXFMHS 
October 20, 1995 
Photographers shoot the launch of the space shuttle Columbia as it lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center... 
Photographers shoot the launch of the space shuttle Columbia as it lifts off from the Kennedy Space ..... 
Photographers shoot the launch of the space shuttle Columbia as it lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center October 20 on a sixteen day mission dedicated to microgravity research 
SPACE
RTXFMHU 
October 20, 1995 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmembers... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmember..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria is shown as he departs with other crewmembers from their quarters for the launching pad at the Kennedy Space Center October 20. Lopez-Alegria calls Madrid, Spain and Mission Viejo, California home 
SPACE
RTXFMHV 
October 20, 1995 
Space shuttle Columbia Commander Ken Bowersox (R) waves as he leads crew (clockwise) Kathy Thornton,... 
Space shuttle Columbia Commander Ken Bowersox (R) waves as he leads crew (clockwise) Kathy Thornton..... 
Space shuttle Columbia Commander Ken Bowersox (R) waves as he leads crew (clockwise) Kathy Thornton, Catherine Coleman, Albert Sacco and Kent Rominger to the launching pat at the Kennedy Space Center October 20 
SPACE
RTXFLHY 
November 05, 1995 
The space shuttle Columbia lands at the Kennedy Space Center November. 5. The shuttle ended a 16-day... 
The space shuttle Columbia lands at the Kennedy Space Center November. 5. The shuttle ended a 16-da..... 
The space shuttle Columbia lands at the Kennedy Space Center November. 5. The shuttle ended a 16-day scientific mission for the crew of seven 
SPACE
RTXGXK7 
February 19, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts are shown after they arrived at the Kennedy Space Center February 19.... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts are shown after they arrived at the Kennedy Space Center February ..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts are shown after they arrived at the Kennedy Space Center February 19. From left are: Jeff Hoffman, Maurizio Cheli and Umberto Guidoni, both of Italy, Pilot Scott Horowitz, Commander Andrew Allen, Claude Nocollier of Switzerland and Franklin Chang-Diaz. Launch is scheduled for February 22 on a mission to deploy the tethered satellite 
SPACE
RTXGXK9 
February 19, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia pilot Scott Horowitz (c) and his wife Lisa show shuttle Commander Andrew Allen... 
Space shuttle Columbia pilot Scott Horowitz (c) and his wife Lisa show shuttle Commander Andrew Alle..... 
Space shuttle Columbia pilot Scott Horowitz (c) and his wife Lisa show shuttle Commander Andrew Allen their eight-day-old daughter Arielle after the crew arrived at the Kennedy Space Center February 19. Launch is scheduled for the crew of seven on February 22 on a mission to deploy the tethered satellite 
SPACE
RTXGXKC 
February 19, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier of Switzerland is shown with his wife Susana (l) and... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier of Switzerland is shown with his wife Susana (l) a..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier of Switzerland is shown with his wife Susana (l) and daughter Marina after he arrived with crewmembers at the Kennedy Space Center February 19. Launch is scheduled for the crew of seven on February 22 on a mission to deploy the tethered satellite 
SPACE
RTXGXKD 
February 19, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier of Switzerland (L) gives the thumbs up after he arrived... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier of Switzerland (L) gives the thumbs up after he ar..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier of Switzerland (L) gives the thumbs up after he arrived with crewmembers at the Kennedy Space Center February 19. At right is mission Commander Andrew M. Allen. Nicollier is part of a crew of of seven who are scheduled to launch on a mission to deploy a tethered satellite February 22 
SPACE
RTXGXKF 
February 19, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Maurizio Cheli from Italy is shown with his wife Mairanne after he arrived... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Maurizio Cheli from Italy is shown with his wife Mairanne after he ..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Maurizio Cheli from Italy is shown with his wife Mairanne after he arrived with crew members at the Kennedy Space Center February 19. Launch is scheduled for the crew of seven on February 22 on a mission to deploy the tethered satellite 
SPACE
RTXGXKG 
February 19, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Umberto Guidoni of Italy is shown with his wife Mariarita after he arrived... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Umberto Guidoni of Italy is shown with his wife Mariarita after he ..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Umberto Guidoni of Italy is shown with his wife Mariarita after he arrived with crewmembers at the Kennedy Space Center February 19. Launch is scheduled for the crew of seven on February 22 on a mission to deploy the tethered satellite 
SPACE
RTXGXL2 
February 19, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts Maurizio Cheli (L) and Umberto Guidoni from Italy smile after arriving... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts Maurizio Cheli (L) and Umberto Guidoni from Italy smile after arri..... 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts Maurizio Cheli (L) and Umberto Guidoni from Italy smile after arriving at the Kennedy Space Center February 19. The two men are part of a crew of seven who are scheduled to launch on a mission to deploy a tethered satellite February 22 
SPACE
RTXGXP7 
February 21, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia Pilot Scott Horowitz and his wife Lisa are shown with their 10-day-old daughter... 
Space shuttle Columbia Pilot Scott Horowitz and his wife Lisa are shown with their 10-day-old daught..... 
Space shuttle Columbia Pilot Scott Horowitz and his wife Lisa are shown with their 10-day-old daughter Arielle at the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center February 21. Launch is scheduled for the crew of seven on February 22 on a mission to deploy the tethered satellite 
SPACE
RTXGXRU 
February 22, 1996 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia wave to onlookers as they depart crew quarters for the launching... 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia wave to onlookers as they depart crew quarters for the launch..... 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia wave to onlookers as they depart crew quarters for the launching pad, February 22 at the Kennedy Space Center. LtoR: Italian Humberto Guidoni, Swiss Claude Nicollier, Pilot Scott Horowitz, Jeffrey Hoffman, Commander Andrew Allen. Rear: Italian Maurizio Celli, Franklin Chang-Diaz (background). The crew of seven is scheduled to launch later today on a 14-day mission to deploy the tethered satellite 
SPACE
RTXGXTA 
February 22, 1996 
Swiss Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier gives thumbs up sign as he leaves crew quarters... 
Swiss Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier gives thumbs up sign as he leaves crew quart..... 
Swiss Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier gives thumbs up sign as he leaves crew quarters for the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center February 22. Launch is scheduled later today for the crew of seven on a mission to deploy the tethered satellite 
SPACE
RTXGY0E 
February 25, 1996 
Close up the Italian satellite that is being reeled out February 25 on a 12 mile long tether from the... 
Close up the Italian satellite that is being reeled out February 25 on a 12 mile long tether from th..... 
Close up the Italian satellite that is being reeled out February 25 on a 12 mile long tether from the U.S. space shuttle Columbia. It will take an estimated five and one-half hours to fully reach the full 12.8 mile length extension.
**POOR TV QUALITY DOCUMENT 
RTR7C7 
March 09, 1996 
The space shuttle Columbia lands on runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center at the end of a 15-day mission,... 
UNITED STATES 
SHUTTLE COLUMBIA LANDS 
The space shuttle Columbia lands on runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center at the end of a 15-day mission, March 9. The spacecraft carried a crew of seven, including two Italians and a Swiss.

SPACE SHUTTLE 
RTR7EK 
March 09, 1996 
The space shuttle Columbia astronauts (L to R) Commander Andrew Allen, Pilot Scott Horowitz, Jeffery... 
UNITED STATES 
SHUTTLE ASTRONAUTS WAVE 
The space shuttle Columbia astronauts (L to R) Commander Andrew Allen, Pilot Scott Horowitz, Jeffery Hoffman, Maurizio Cheli of Italy and Claude Nicollier of Switzerland pose on the runway near the shuttle after landing at Kennedy Space Center March 9. The group concluded a 15-day mission.

SPACE SHUTTLE 
RTR7EV 
March 09, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts Umberto Guidoni (L) and Maurizio Cheli of Italy are shown on the runway... 
multiple countries 
KSC06 ITALIAN ASTRONAUTS ON RUNWAY 
Space shuttle Columbia astronauts Umberto Guidoni (L) and Maurizio Cheli of Italy are shown on the runway near the shuttle after landing at Kennedy Space Center March 9. The crew of seven concluded a 15-day mission.

SPACE SHUTTLE 
RTR7IN 
March 09, 1996 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Umberto Guidoni of Italy explains his reaction to the loss of the tethered... 
multiple countries 
SHUTTLE ITALIAN ASTRONAUT 
Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Umberto Guidoni of Italy explains his reaction to the loss of the tethered satellite experiment in space at a post-flight press conference after landing at Kennedy Space Center March 9. The crew of seven concluded a 15-day mission. At left is Franklin Chang-Diaz, Payload Commander who is an American born in Costa Rica.

SHUTTLE 
RTR7IR 
March 09, 1996 
Journalist Raymond Moser of Switzerland (l) has his Swiss flag signed by Space shuttle Columbia astronaut... 
UNITED STATES 
SWISS ASTRONAUT 
Journalist Raymond Moser of Switzerland (l) has his Swiss flag signed by Space shuttle Columbia astronaut Claude Nicollier at a post-flight press conference after landing at Kennedy Space Center March 9.

SHUTTLE 
SPACE
RTXGX2C 
March 09, 1996 
The space shuttle Columbia astronauts (L to R) Commander Andrew Allen, Pilot Scott Horowitz, Jeffery... 
The space shuttle Columbia astronauts (L to R) Commander Andrew Allen, Pilot Scott Horowitz, Jeffery..... 
The space shuttle Columbia astronauts (L to R) Commander Andrew Allen, Pilot Scott Horowitz, Jeffery Hoffman, Maurizio Cheli of Italy and Claude Nicollier of Switzerland pose on the runway near the shuttle after landing at Kennedy Space Center March 9. The group concluded a 15-day mission 
SPACE
RTXGPVC 
June 17, 1996 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia pose after they arrived at the Kennedy Space Center June 17. From... 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia pose after they arrived at the Kennedy Space Center June 17. ..... 
The crew of the space shuttle Columbia pose after they arrived at the Kennedy Space Center June 17. From left are Robert Thirsk of Canada, Charles Brady, Commander Terrence Henricks, Susan Helms (holding Olympic torch), Richard Linnehan, Pilot Kevin Kregel and Jean-Jacques Favier of France. Launch is scheduled for June 20 and the torch, without the flame, will be carried on the mission and returned to earth for the flame's trip across the space center in July.
**POOR QUALITY DOCUMENT** 
SPACE
RTXGPVE 
June 17, 1996 
Tommy Henricks (L), son of space shuttle Columbia Commander Terrance Henricks, plays a game of basketball... 
Tommy Henricks (L), son of space shuttle Columbia Commander Terrance Henricks, plays a game of baske..... 
Tommy Henricks (L), son of space shuttle Columbia Commander Terrance Henricks, plays a game of basketball with Piere Favier, son of astronaut Jean-Jacques Favier of France prior to the arrival of the crew at the Kennedy Space Center, June 17. Launch is scheduled for June 20.
**POOR QUALITY DOCUMENT** 
SPACE
RTXGPVF 
June 17, 1996 
Robert Thirsk of Canada (L) and French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) hold an Olympic... 
Robert Thirsk of Canada (L) and French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) hold an Olympi..... 
Robert Thirsk of Canada (L) and French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) hold an Olympic torch after the crew of the shuttle Columbia arrived at the Kennedy Space Center June 17. The shuttle launch is scheduled for June 20 and the torch, without the flame, will be carried on the mission and returned to earth for the flame's trip across the space center on July 7. 
FAVIER
RTXGPVG 
June 17, 1996 
French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) holds an Olympic torch high after the crew of the... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) holds an Olympic torch high after the crew of ..... 
French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) holds an Olympic torch high after the crew of the shuttle Columbia arrived at the Kennedy Space Center June 17. The Shuttle launch is scheduled for June 20 and the torch, without the flame, will be carried on the mission and returned to earth for the flame's trip across the space center on July 7. Behind is astronaut Susan Helms. 
SPACE
RTXGPVK 
June 17, 1996 
Commander Terence Henricks (L) holds an Olympic torch with French astronaut Jean-Jacques Favier (C) and... 
Commander Terence Henricks (L) holds an Olympic torch with French astronaut Jean-Jacques Favier (C) ..... 
Commander Terence Henricks (L) holds an Olympic torch with French astronaut Jean-Jacques Favier (C) and Canadian astronaut Robert Thirsk after the crew of the shuttle Columbia arrived at the Kennedy Space Center June 17. Launch is scheduled for June 20 and the torch, without the flame, will be carried on the mission and returned to earth for the flame's trip across the space center on July 7. 
SPACE
RTXGPZK 
June 19, 1996 
French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) and his wife Michele are shown in a convertible... 
French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) and his wife Michele are shown in a convertibl..... 
French space shuttle astronaut Jean-Jaques Favier (R) and his wife Michele are shown in a convertible as shuttle Columbia crewmembers depart a meeting with guests at the launching pad June 19. Launch is scheduled for June 20. 
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