NASA Astronaut Group 19

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Group photo, Randolph J. Bresnik is not present

NASA Astronaut Group 19 (The Peacocks). The group saw the training of two pilots, six mission specialists, three educator mission specialists to become NASA astronauts. These 11 astronauts began training in 2004. This was the last group to fly Space Shuttles.

Pilots[edit]

Mission Specialists[edit]

Educator Mission Specialists[edit]

NASA Biographies[edit]

  1. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Randolph Bresnik (09/2014)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  2. ^ "Astronaut Bio: James P. Dutton (01/2014)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  3. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Chris Cassidy (07/2014)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  4. ^ NASA. "NASA Astronaut Chris Cassidy New Chief of Astronaut Office". www.prnewswire.com.
  5. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Jose Hernandez (01/2011)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  6. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Robert S. Kimbrough (04/2014)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  7. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Thomas H. Marshburn (5/2013)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  8. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Robert Satcher (09/2011)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  9. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Shannon Walker (12/2010)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  10. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Joseph Acaba (09/2012)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  11. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Richard R. Arnold (4/2009)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.
  12. ^ "Astronaut Bio: Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger (5/2014)". www.jsc.nasa.gov.

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