United States President Bill Clinton (at lectern) addresses employees at NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC) during an April 14, 1998 visit to the Houston facility. Seated behind him (from the left) are JSC Director George W.S. Abbey, U.S. Representative Nick Lampson (Democrat of Texas), NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin and Houston Mayor Lee Brown. Standing are members of the STS-95 crew: (from the left) Pedro Duque, Chiaki Mukai, U.S. Senator John H. Glenn Jr. (Democrat of Ohio), Stephen K. Robinson, Scott E. Parazynski, Steven W. Lindsey and Curtis L. Brown Jr. Brown is commander of the scheduled flight aboard Discovery. Mukai represents Japan's National Space Development Agency (NASDA) and Duque is with the European Space Agency (ESA). .Credit: NASA via CNP
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United States President Bill Clinton (at lectern) addresses employees at NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC) during an April 14, 1998 visit to the Houston facility. Seated behind him (from the left) are JSC Director George W.S. Abbey, U.S. Representative Nick Lampson (Democrat of Texas), NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin and Houston Mayor Lee Brown. Standing are members of the STS-95 crew: (from the left) Pedro Duque, Chiaki Mukai, U.S. Senator John H. Glenn Jr. (Democrat of Ohio), Stephen K. Robinson, Scott E. Parazynski, Steven W. Lindsey and Curtis L. Brown Jr. Brown is commander of the scheduled flight aboard Discovery. Mukai represents Japan's National Space Development Agency (NASDA) and Duque is with the European Space Agency (ESA). .Credit: NASA via CNP

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Date: 14 Apr 1998
Location: Houston Texas United States of America
Credit: NASA via CNP
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