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[i]DUKE: We left our helmets on and broke out the scales. We started tying down, just like we're supposed to before the jettison time. We weighed them and then we had to wait about 10 minutes until they decided whether we could keep all the rocks.
YOUNG: One thing we did that was necessary, we had to get the weight of the ISA down to 45 pounds. I had to reach in and pull out the Muley rock to get a rock out from underneath it. I think we took two rocks out of that bag, and put 'em in a half-full SCB to make the weight more balanced. I ended up touching a rock with my bare hands. I really didn't plan to do so. There must be some stray hydrocarbon on those rocks that I touched. They were big rocks.[/i] [/B][/QUOTE]
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