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  • John W. Young - photos
    Photo credit NASA Seen in their working clothes are Robert Crippen and John Young prime crewmen for the first flight of Columbia facing the press at KSC NASA Activities April 1980 If directed to this page by a search engine

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  • John W. Young - photos
    Date Taken August 1978 Astronauts John W Young and Robert L Crippen talk with ground support personnel during a break in a training session in the Mission Simulation and Training Facility at the Johnson Space Center Source If directed to

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  • John W. Young - photos
    W Young left and Robert L Crippen study a visual aid in a small briefing room at the Johnson Space Center JSC They are taking part in a three way teleconference which involved engineers at JSC and at Rockwell International

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  • John W. Young - photos
    taken April 6 1981 Prime and backup crew members for STS 1 take part in a briefing with engineers located in another building at the Johnson Space Center and with Rockwell International representatives in California via telephone Source If directed

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  • John W. Young - photos
    and Robert L Crippen direct their attention to a chart on a screen in a small briefing room at the Johnson Space Center JSC They are taking part in a three way telephone conference call which involved engineers at JSC

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - STS-9 - Page 2
    have made it the last great frontier of human endeavor As we seek to conquer this frontier we stand on the shoulders of giants of science out of the past whose scientific knowledge like science itself knows no international boundaries It is most fitting then that this ninth Space Shuttle mission a true international cooperative endeavor be devoted solely to the pursuit of increased scientific information in orbit Spacelab which will orbit the earth in the Shuttle s cargo bay is the first full scale scientific laboratory to go into space It was funded developed and built by the European Space Agency I congratulate our European friends on this magnificent achievement A dedicated team of European scientists and engineers worked ten years to complete it The United States is proud to be a partner in what is the largest international space project in history Spacelab will open new opportunities for scientific research experimentation and expanded industrial applications to better our lives on earth and allow us to do work in space to create jobs on our planet In future years we will look back on this mission marking the first flight of a non American aboard the Shuttle as a

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - STS-9 - Page 3
    digit is for the launch site Kennedy Space Center is 1 while Vandenberg AFB is 2 The third digit is to indicate the order in which the mission was originally scheduled during that fiscal year STS 9 was the first mission scheduled during the 1984 fiscal year NASA kept this naming convention even when the actual flight order of the missions differed from the original schedule In 1988 NASA returned

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  • Astronaut John W. Young - STS-9 - Page 4
    Just super just beautiful John Young Photo by JL Pickering Photo by JL Pickering That is really some ride I want to tell you It hadn t changed a bit It s the smoothest way to fly you ever saw John Young 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Links Home Biography Missions Appearances Bibliography Site Map Critique this site Other Astros John W Young American International Hero

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