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NASA Astronaut Group 19

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

Mission Specialists

Educator Mission Specialists

NASA Biographies

  1. ^ Randolph Bresnik
  2. ^ James Dutton
  3. ^ Christopher Cassidy
  4. ^ Jose Hernández
  5. ^ Robert S. Kimbrough
  6. ^ Thomas Marshburn
  7. ^ Robert Satcher
  8. ^ Shannon Walker
  9. ^ Joseph M. Acaba
  10. ^ Richard R. Arnold
  11. ^ Dorothy Metcalf-Lindenburger

See also

External links

  • Current astronauts page
  • Retired astronauts page
  • Foreign astronauts page
  • Payload specialist astronauts page
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