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STS-114 Crew Visits Japan

10.05.05

STS-114 crew in Japan Image to left: JSC2005-E-40334 (2 October 2005) --- Members of the crew that returned the Space Shuttle to flight earlier this year aboard Discovery, from left, astronaut Soichi Noguchi of the Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency (JAXA) and NASA astronauts Charles J. Camarda, Stephen K. Robinson and Andrew S.W. Thomas participate in a parade welcoming Noguchi to his hometown of Chigasaki, Kanagawa, Japan on Oct. 2. The Discovery crew visited Japan this week as guests of JAXA, participating in a variety of public events. Photo Credit: Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

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JSC2005-E-40330 (1 October 2005) --- Japanese Aerospace and Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Soichi Noguchi discusses his flight on the mission that returned the Space Shuttle to flight earlier this year with members of the public in Tokyo, Japan, on Oct. 1. Noguchi and the rest of the crew of Discovery for STS-114 visited Japan as guests of JAXA and participated in a variety of public events. Photo Credit: Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

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JSC2005-E-40331 (1 October 2005) --- Members of the crew that returned the Space Shuttle to flight earlier this year aboard Discovery, from left on the dais, astronauts Andrew S.W. Thomas, Pilot James M. Kelly and Discovery Commander Eileen M. Collins address students at the American Center in Tokyo, Japan, on Oct. 1. The crew visited Japan this week as guests of the Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency (JAXA) and participated in a variety of public events. Photo Credit: Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

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JSC2005-E-40332 (1 October 2005) --- Members of the crew that returned the Space Shuttle to flight earlier this year aboard Discovery, from left, astronauts Andrew S.W. Thomas, Pilot James M. Kelly and Discovery Commander Eileen M. Collins address students at the American Center in Tokyo, Japan, on Oct. 1. The crew visited Japan this week as guests of the Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency (JAXA) and participated in a variety of public events. Photo Credit: Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

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JSC2005-E-40333 (1 October 2005) --- Members of the crew that returned the Space Shuttle to flight earlier this year aboard Discovery, from left, astronauts Andrew S.W. Thomas, Pilot James M. Kelly and Discovery Commander Eileen M. Collins sign photographs for students at the American Center in Tokyo, Japan, on Oct. 1. The crew visited Japan this week as guests of the Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency (JAXA) and participated in a variety of public events. Photo Credit: Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency



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