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Challenger Center sends patches into orbit, literally | lohud.com | The Journal News

22 Jul 2009, 21:13 UTC
Challenger Center sends patches into orbit, literally | lohud.com | The Journal News
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Mr Sawyer Roenstein is also a "Chief of Highschool " For Facebook ISS group.Challenger Center sends patches into orbit, literally lohud.com The Journal NewsTwo fabric patches from Lower Hudson Valley Challenger Center in Airmont are aboard space shuttle Endeavour, which is docked to the International Space Station on its current mission, STS-127.Sawyer Rosenstein, a 15-year flight director at the center, worked to get the patches on board. He worked with Larry Palant of Suffern, a former board member of the center, who has connections at NASA.

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