Full Colour 8"x10" Glossy Photo of John L. Phillips U.S. Astronaut.
Astronaut John L. Phillips, Expedition 11 flight engineer and NASA ISS science officer.
SPACE FLIGHT EXPERIENCE: STS-100 Endeavour (April 19 to May 1, 2001). During the 12-day, 187 orbit mission, the crew successfully delivered and installed the Canadarm-2 Robotic Arm. They also delivered experiments and supplies aboard the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello on its maiden flight. Phillips was the Ascent/Entry Flight engineer and was the intravehicular activity coordinator during two space walks. Phillips was the NASA Science Officer and Flight Engineer on ISS Expedition-11 which launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on April 14, 2005 aboard Soyuz TMA-6 and docked with the ISS on April 16, 2005. During their six-month stay aboard the station the crew continued station maintenance, worked with scientific experiments, performed a spacewalk in Russian spacesuits from the Pirs Airlock, and hosted the “return to flight” visit of the Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-114). The Expedition-11 crew landed in Kazakhstan on October 10, 2005. In completing this mission Phillips logged 179 days and 23 minutes in space including an EVA totaling 4 hours and 58 minutes.