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International Space Station Imagery
Steve Lindsey, chief of NASA's astronaut office, and Michael Suffredini, International Space Station program manager
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JSC2008-E-035401 (19 April 2008) --- Steve Lindsey (left), chief of NASA's astronaut office, and Michael Suffredini, International Space Station program manager, examine a map of central Kazakhstan as they receive information at the Arkalyk airport April 19, 2008 on the landing of the Expedition 16 crew in the Soyuz TMA-11 capsule. The Soyuz made a ballistic landing, touching down more than 400 kilometers short of the intended target, but the crew reported by satellite phone to recovery forces that they were in good shape. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls

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