Space Shuttle Challenger crew, STS-41-G, 1984

Space Shuttle Challenger crew, STS-41-G, 1984

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Caption: The crew of Space Shuttle Challenger mission STS-41-G (5 Oct 1984). The seven member crew leaves the Operations and Checkout Building (OCB) on their way to the launch pad. Leading the way is Kathryn D. Sullivan followed in file by Robert L. Crippen, Paul D. Scully-Power and Jon A. McBride. On the right side are Sally K. Ride, David C. Leestma and Marc Garneau. Trailing the crew are George W. S. Abbey, Richard Nygren, Paul Bulver, and Paul J. Weitz. During this mission Sullivan became the first woman to perform extravehicular activity (EVA).

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