NASA Photo ID: STS031-08-035       File Name: 10063571.jpg
  Film Type: 35mm                    Date Taken: 04/29/90
  Title: STS-31 MS Sullivan & Pilot Bolden monitor SE 82-16 Ion Arc on OV-103 middeck
  Description:
  STS-31 Mission Specialist (MS) Kathryn D. Sullivan monitors and advises 
  ground controllers of the activity inside the Student Experiment (SE)
  82-16,  Ion arc - studies of the effects of microgravity and a magnetic
  field on an  electric arc, mounted in front of the middeck lockers aboard
  Discovery,  Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 103.  Pilot Charles F. Bolden uses a video
  camera and an  ARRIFLEX motion picture camera to record the activity inside
  the special  chamber.  A sign in front of the experiment reads "SSIP 82-16
  Greg's  Experiment Happy Graduation from STS-31."  SSIP stands for Shuttle
  Student  Involvement Program.  Gregory S. Peterson who developed the
  experiment  (Greg's Experiment) is a student at Utah State University and
  monitored the  experiment's operation from JSC's Mission Control Center
  (MCC) during the  flight.  Decals displayed in the background on the
  orbiter galley represent  the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), the United
  States (U.S.) Naval Reserve,  Navy Oceanographers, U.S. Navy, and
  University of Kansas.        
  Subject terms:
  ASTRONAUTS                              
  CAMERAS                                 
  CREW EXPERIMENT STATIONS                
  CREW PROCEDURES (INFLIGHT)              
  CREWS                                   
  DISCOVERY (ORBITER)                     
  MIDDECK                                 
  ONBOARD ACTIVITIES                      
  SPACEBORNE EXPERIMENTS                  
  STS-31                                  
  STUDENTS                                
  VIDEO EQUIPMENT                         
  

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