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member Jim Reilly took an interesting walk recently -- 250 miles
above the Earth.
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once again was represented in space
as astronaut Jim Reilly, a former geologist for Enserch, took his
second ride on a space shuttle -- this time, serving as a mission
specialist on a mission (STS-104) to the International Space Station.
Once there, Reilly and fellow astronaut Michael L. Gernhardt performed
tasks that included several space walks. The cover photo, featuring
a silhouetted aft portion of a space shuttle as it docks with the
space station that Reilly helped assemble, was captured with a 30
mm lens on a 70mm camera.
courtesy of NASA.