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Astronaut Garrett E. Reisman takes an ultrasound reading from fellow NEEMO 5 crewmember, Emma Hwang, a scientist based at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). This fifth mission of NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operation is the longest and most challenging mission to date. The NEEMO 5 mission began at the Florida Keys site with splashdown on June 16 and will end with decompression and splash-up on Sunday, June 29.

JSC2003-E-44673 (25 June 2003) --- Astronaut Garrett E. Reisman takes an ultrasound reading from fellow NEEMO 5 crewmember, Emma Hwang, a scientist based at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). This fifth mission of NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operation is the longest and most challenging mission to date. The NEEMO 5 mission began at the Florida Keys site with splashdown on June 16 and will end with decompression and splash-up on Sunday, June 29.

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