NASA Photo ID: S92-32097           File Name: 10065241.jpg
  Film Type: 35mm                    Date Taken: 03/26/92
  Title: STS-50 Payload Specialist DeLucas floats in life raft during JSC WETF bailout
  STS-50 Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102, United States Microgravity 
  Laboratory 1 (USML-1) Payload Specialist Lawrence J. DeLucas, wearing
  launch  and entry suit (LES) and launch and entry helmet (LEH), floats in a
  single  person life raft during launch emergency egress (bailout) exercises
  in JSC's  Weightless Environment Training Facility (WETF) Bldg 29.  During
  the  exercises, the WETF's 25-foot deep pool was used to simulate the
  ocean.   Crewmembers were dropped from their parachute harnesses into the
  pool,  inflated their life rafts, and used survival equipment to protect
  themselves  from the elements and signal for help.             
  Subject terms:
  INFLATABLE STRUCTURES                   
  LAUNCH AND ENTRY SUIT                   
  LAUNCH ESCAPE SYSTEMS                   
  LIFE RAFTS                              
  PAYLOAD SPECIALISTS                     
  PRESSURE SUITS                          
  RESCUE OPERATIONS                       
  SPACE FLIGHT TRAINING                   
  WATER LANDING                           

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