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STS-41G Shuttle Mission Imagery
Paul D. Scully-Power
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41D-3183 (2 Sept. 1984) --- Paul D. Scully-Power, 41-G payload specialist, appears ready to participate in the eight-day space shuttle mission in this photograph taken during a pause in training in the Johnson Space Center's mockup and integration laboratory. The U.S. Navy oceanographer and a Canadian will join five NASA astronauts for a busy stay in space aboard the Challenger next month. The team was practicing for emergency egress. Photo credit: NASA (Editor's note: Please ignore the odd photo identification number for this image. This is a 41-G training image.)

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