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    JSC2008-E-046638 (13 June 2008) --- The members of the STS-124 ascent flight control team pose for a portrait in the space shuttle flight control room in the Mission Control Center at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Flight director Norm Knight stands behind the STS-124 mission logo.

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    JSC2008-E-046698 (13 June 2008) --- The members of the STS-124 entry flight control team pose for a portrait in the space shuttle flight control room in the Mission Control Center at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Flight director Richard Jones (right) holds the STS-124 mission logo.

  • The STS-124 Orbit 2 flight control team› View High-res
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    JSC2008-E-045822 (10 June 2008) --- The members of the STS-124 Orbit 2 flight control team pose for a portrait in the space shuttle flight control room in the Mission Control Center at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Flight director Mike Sarafin holds the ISS1J logo and flight controller Terry Clancy holds the STS-124 mission logo.

  • The STS-124 Orbit 3 flight control team› View High-res
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    JSC2008-E-045829 (10 June 2008) --- The members of the STS-124 Orbit 3 flight control team pose for a portrait in the space shuttle flight control room in the Mission Control Center at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Flight director Paul Dye (second left) stands in the foreground.

  • Terry Virts (right) and Kevin Ford› View High-res
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    JSC2008-E-043207 (31 May 2008) --- In Houston's Space Shuttle Flight Control Room, astronauts Terry Virts (right) and Kevin Ford, seated at the Spacecraft Communicator (CAPCOM) console, follow the pre-launch activities of Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center several hundred miles away in Florida. The shuttle lifted off from launch pad 39A at 5:02 p.m. (EDT).

  • Terry Virts (left) and Kevin Ford› View High-res
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    JSC2008-E-043209 (31 May 2008) --- In Houston's Space Shuttle Flight Control Room, astronauts Terry Virts (left) and Kevin Ford, at the Spacecraft Communicator (CAPCOM) console, follow the pre-launch activities of Discovery at the Kennedy Space Center several hundred miles away in Florida. The shuttle can be seen on the large screen in front of the control room as it was just about to lift off from launch pad 39A at 5:02 p.m. (EDT).

  • John McCullough (left) and Bryan Lunney› View High-res
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    JSC2008-E-043220 (31 May 2008) --- John McCullough (left), chief of the Flight Director Office, part of the Mission Operations Directorate at NASA's Johnson Space Center, and Bryan Lunney, flight director and a mission manager, watch the launch of the Space Shuttle Discovery in the Space Shuttle Flight Control Room in JSC's Mission Control Center. The mission operations team is dedicated to safely planning, training for, managing and executing overall mission operations for NASA human spaceflight

  • Norm Knight (left) and Terry Virts› View High-res
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    JSC2008-E-043201 (31 May 2008) --- Norm Knight (left), STS-124 ascent flight director, passes on a request to astronaut Terry Virts who communicates with the Space Shuttle Discovery crew from the Spacecraft Communicator (CAPCOM) console in the Space Shuttle Flight Control Room, part of Houston's Mission Control Center. Several hundred miles away in Florida, the Space Shuttle Discovery crew was getting positioned in the crew cabin of the shuttle on the launch pad, prior to a successful Saturday afternoon launch.

  • Norm Knight (left) and Richard Jones› View High-res
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    JSC2008-E-043217 (31 May 2008) --- Norm Knight (left), STS-124 ascent flight director, and Richard Jones, entry flight director, monitor pre-launch activities in the Space Shuttle Flight Control Room, part of Houston's Mission Control Center. Several hundred miles away in Florida, the crew was getting positioned in the crew cabin of the shuttle on the launch pad, prior to a successful Saturday afternoon launch.