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Photo-jsc2002e23116
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Astronaut Edward Lu and cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko
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JSC2002-E-23116 (24 May 2002) --- Astronaut Edward T. Lu (left) and cosmonaut Yuri I. Malenchenko (partially obscured), Expedition Seven flight engineer and mission commander, respectively, participate in training with the Space Linear Acceleration Mass Measurement Device (SLAMMD) in the Bioengineering and Test Support Facility at the Johnson Space Center (JSC). SLAMMD is intended to provide an accurate means of determining the on-orbit mass of humans between the 5th percentile Japanese female and the 95th percentile American male. A training staff member assisted Malenchenko, who represents Rosaviakosmos, and Lu.

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