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Gary Payton - STS-51C - Personal Patch

Payton flew on the STS-51-C mission aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery in January 1985 which launched from and returned to land at the Kennedy Space Center, in Florida. STS-51C was the first dedicated Space Shuttle Department of Defense mission. Payton traveled over 1.2 million miles in 48 Earth orbits, and logged more than 73 hours in space.

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Michael López-Alegría - TMA-9 - Personal Patch

On 19 September 2006 López-Alegría docked with the ISS as Commander of Expedition 14, having taken off from Baikonur, Kazakhstan on 18 September, onboard Soyuz TMA-9. On Expedition 14, he performed five spacewalks. On 21 April 2007 he undocked from the ISS and returned to Earth.

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Ilan Ramon - STS-107 - Personal

Personal patch for Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon

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Marc Garneau - STS-97 - Personal patch

Personal patch for Marc Garneau for his flight aboard STS-97

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Mohri Mamoru STS-99 Personal Patch

Japanese Astronaut on STS-99 (and STS-47)

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Marc Garneau - Personal patch

Personal patch for Marc Garneau on STS-41G

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Dafydd Rhys Williams personal, STS-90

Dafydd Rhys "Dave" Williams (born May 16, 1954[2]) is a Canadian physician and a retired CSA astronaut.[3] He had two spaceflights, both of which were Space Shuttle missions. His first spaceflight, STS-90 in 1998, was a 16-day mission aboard Space Shuttle Columbia dedicated to neuroscience research. His second flight, STS-118 in August 2007, was flown by Space Shuttle Endeavour to the International Space Station. During that mission he performed three spacewalks, becoming the third Canadian to perform a spacewalk and setting a Canadian record for total number of spacewalks.[4] These spacewalks combined for a total duration of 17 hours and 47 minutes

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Viktor Afanasyev

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