In a United States Air Force centrifuge at Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, U.S. Senator John H. Glenn Jr. (Democrat of Ohio) is strapped in by the Johnson Space Center's Carlous Gillis (left) on February 19, 1998. The STS-95 mission specialist completed two nine-minute sessions in the centrifuge, reaching a threshold of three G-forces, or three times his own body weight.      .Mandatory Credit : Steve Thurow / USAF via CNP
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In a United States Air Force centrifuge at Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, U.S. Senator John H. Glenn Jr. (Democrat of Ohio) is strapped in by the Johnson Space Center's Carlous Gillis (left) on February 19, 1998. The STS-95 mission specialist completed two nine-minute sessions in the centrifuge, reaching a threshold of three G-forces, or three times his own body weight. .Mandatory Credit : Steve Thurow / USAF via CNP

Filename: 021998Glenn-Training01.jpg
Source: Consolidated News Photos
Date: 20 Feb 1998
Location: Houston Texas United States of America
Credit: Steve Thurow - U.S. Air Force via CNP
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