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  • ISS flight directors for the STS-131/19A mission› View High-res
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    JSC2010-E-045168 (30 March 2010) --- ISS flight directors for the STS-131/19A mission pose for a preflight group portrait at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Pictured from the left are Courtenay McMillan, Ed Van Cise and Ron Spencer.

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    JSC2010-E-046733 (5 April 2010) --- An overall view of the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch. In the foreground are flight directors Tony Ceccacci (left) and Bryan Lunney.

  • Flight director Tony Ceccacci› View High-res
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    JSC2010-E-046737 (5 April 2010) --- Flight director Tony Ceccacci is pictured in the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch.

  • George Zamka and Rick Sturckow› View High-res
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    JSC2010-E-046772 (5 April 2010) --- Astronauts George Zamka (left) and Rick Sturckow, both spacecraft communicators (CAPCOM) for the STS-131 mission, are pictured at their consoles in the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch.

  • Flight directors Bryan Lunney and Tony Ceccacci› View High-res
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    JSC2010-E-046773 (5 April 2010) --- Flight directors Bryan Lunney (left) and Tony Ceccacci are pictured at their consoles in the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch.

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    JSC2010-E-046777 (5 April 2010) --- Astronaut Rick Sturckow, spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM) for the STS-131 mission, is pictured at his console in the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch.

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    JSC2010-E-046782 (5 April 2010) --- An overall view of the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch. John McCullough, chief of the Flight Director Office, is visible at right foreground.

  • Flight directors Bryan Lunney and Tony Ceccacci› View High-res
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    JSC2010-E-046787 (5 April 2010) --- Flight directors Bryan Lunney (left) and Tony Ceccacci are pictured at their consoles in the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch.

  • Flight director Tony Ceccacci› View High-res
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    JSC2010-E-046789 (5 April 2010) --- Flight director Tony Ceccacci is pictured in the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch.

  • John McCullough, Janet Kavandi and Bryan Lunney› View High-res
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    JSC2010-E-046795 (5 April 2010) --- John McCullough (right), chief of the Flight Director Office; Janet Kavandi, deputy director, Flight Crew Operations; and flight director Bryan Lunney are pictured in the space shuttle flight control room in the Johnson Space Center's Mission Control Center during launch countdown activities a few hundred miles away in Florida, site of space shuttle Discovery's STS-131 launch.