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Joseph Percival Allen, IV

(b. 1937)


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(1937– )

US scientist-astronaut. He was a mission specialist on Columbia in November 1982, the first space shuttle flight to carry a four-person crew, and again on Discovery in November 1984, when the crew successfully performed the first space salvage, retrieving two communications satellites. He was selected as a scientist-astronaut in 1967, logging 314 hours in space before leaving NASA in 1985.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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