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 July 19, 2001 --- Mission Specialist Michael Gernhardt and Pilot Charles Hobaugh are shown in this video participating in a dry-run of the suit-up and pre-breathing procedures that will occur in preparation for the first ever space walk from the International Space Station the following day. The space walk will originate from the U.S. Joint Airlock, Quest, which was installed on the STS-104 mission.
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 July 19, 2001 --- The STS-104 crew and the Expedition Two crew answer questions during a joint news conference in the newly installed airlock, Quest, in this video. Charles O. Hobaugh is in front. On the second row are, from the left, James F. Reilly, Steven W. Lindsey, Yury V. Usachev and Michael L. Gernhardt. In the rear are astronauts Janet L. Kavandi, James S. Voss and Susan J. Helms. Usachev, commander; along with Voss and Helms, both flight engineers, comprise the Expedition Two crew. Lindsey is STS-104 commander, with Hobaugh serving as pilot. Kavandi, Gernhardt and Reilly are mission specialists on the mission. On either side of the crews are the space suits that will be used on the first space walk from the International Space Station via Quest.
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