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Five astronauts and two payload specialists take a break in training for the Neurolab mission to pause for a crew portrait. The Spacelab mission is scheduled to be conducted aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia on STS-90 in early spring of this year. Astronauts Richard A. Searfoss (right front) and Scott D. Altman (left front) are the commander and pilot, respectively, for the scheduled 16-day mission.
Other crew members (back row, left to right) are payload specialist James A. (Jim) Pawelczyk, Ph.D.; and astronauts Richard M. Linnehan, Kathryn P. Hire and Dafydd R. (Dave) Williams, all mission specialists; along with payload specialist Jay C. Buckey, Jr., MD. Linnehan, making his second space flight, is payload comamander. Williams, an alumnus of the 1995 class of astronaut candidates (ASCAN), represents the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). Photo Credit: NASA or National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Date Taken: February 1998
Credits: JSC NASA