File:Group photo of the 1996 ASCAN class.jpg

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English: The group photo of the 1996 Astronaut Candidate (ASCAN) class was taken in Building 9B in the Space Station mockup area. Back row from left are, Christopher Loria, Umberto Guidoni of the Italian Space Agency, Christer Fuglesang of the European Space Agency, Mamoru Mohri of the Japanese Space Agency, Stephen Frick, John Herrington, Philippe Perrin of the French Space Agency, Paul Lockhart, Lee Morin, John Phillips, Donald Pettit, Scott Kelly, James Kelly, Paul Richards and Daniel Burbank. Middle row from left are, Fernando Caldeiro, William McCool, Jeffrey Williams, Rex Walheim, Lisa Nowak, Soichi Noguchi of the Japanese Space Agency, Duane Carey, Charles Camarda, Richard Mastracchio, Daniel Tani, Piers Sellers, Mark Kelly, David Brown, Patrick Forrester, Michael Massimino and Gerhard Thiele of the German Space Agency. Front row from left are, Charles Hobaugh, Edward Fincke, Stephanie Wilson, Laurel Clark, Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, Mark Polansky, Peggy Whitson, Yvonne Cagle, Joan Higginbotham, Steve MacLean and Julie Payette of the Canadian Space Agency and Sandra Magnus. View appears in Space News Roundup V35 n32 p4, 08-16-96. Image ID: S96-12956
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