United States Senator John H. Glenn Jr. (Democrat of Ohio) takes a picture with a 35mm camera while standing in front of one of the Shuttle mockup/training facilities at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas on May 9, 1998. Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth (over 36 years ago), is assigned to fly as a payload specialist on STS95, aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery, later in 1998, stands in front of the full fuselage trainer (FFT) in the systems integration facility. .Credit: NASA via CNP
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United States Senator John H. Glenn Jr. (Democrat of Ohio) takes a picture with a 35mm camera while standing in front of one of the Shuttle mockup/training facilities at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas on May 9, 1998. Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth (over 36 years ago), is assigned to fly as a payload specialist on STS95, aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery, later in 1998, stands in front of the full fuselage trainer (FFT) in the systems integration facility. .Credit: NASA via CNP

Filename: 050998Glenn-Training01.jpg
Source: Consolidated News Photos
Date: 26 May 1998
Location: Houston Texas United States of America
Credit: NASA via CNP
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