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ISS BUSY CREW-SEE BELOW



SUBMITTED BY ARTHUR Z. ROWE - N1ORC

The Expedition 4 crew, who arrived at the Station on December 7, 2001,
have begun science operations. The planned science payload will increase
from 18 to 26 experiments during Increment 4, and will require nearly 500
hours of the crew's time. They will receive invaluable remote assistance
from the complement of scientists and controllers at the Payload
Operations Center at Marshall Space Flight Center. The Expedition 4
crew:Flight Engineer Daniel Bursch, Commander Yuri Onufrienko, and Flight
Engineer Carl Walz. 

http://spaceresearch.nasa.gov/research_projects/ros/ros.html
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