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Monika K. Schultz is an Engineer with the United Space Alliance and one of the leads of the NEEMO 14 mission support team.
Dr. Mary Sue Bell is a planetary geologist at Johnson Space Center and a member of the mission support team for NEEMO 14.
Brian Bury is a project engineer supporting the NEEMO 14 project.
Michael is an Engineering Project Manager at Kennedy Space Center and a member of the mission support team on NEEMO 14.
Juniper is an EVA (Extra-Vehicular Activity) Hardware Test Engineer supprting NEEMO through the Crew and Thermal Systems Division at NASA Johnson Space Center.
Lesley Lee, an exercise physiologist in the Human Adaptation & Countermeasures Division at JSC, is collecting and coordinating NEEMO 14 data regarding EVA crew performance and center of gravity.
Jack Li is a human-computer interaction designer at NASA Ames Research Center working on planning and scheduling tools.
Heather Paul is an engineer working on spacesuit life support system design, and a member of the mission support team for NEEMO 14.
Jason Poffenberger is an Engineer working for the Constellation Program’s Lunar Surface Systems Project Office.
Karl Shreeves is an expert diver and diving instructor and a member of the NEEMO mission support team.
Nicholas Skytland is a project manager at NASA within the Human Adaptation and Countermeasures Division of the Space Life Sciences Directorate.