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Robert Pearlman
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NASA Johnson Space Center release
NASA at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)

The International Space Station Program will be center stage as Destination Station team members ring the closing bell at the NYSE starting at 2:54 p.m. CDT on NASA TV.

Destination Station is a public awareness campaign extolling the benefits of space station research for humankind. Tune in as NASA intersects with another historic American icon during this unique outreach opportunity.

Hart Sastrowardoyo
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Aside from Acaba (in uniform) and Culbertson (in suit) what other astronauts were there? There's someone in uniform with both 25 Mach and 100 Days patches but I can't make out who it is.

Robert Pearlman
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Bill McArthur is the other astronaut in blue jacket.

Cindy McArthur, his wife and lead education specialist at Johnson Space Center, is also there in the second row, to the left of NASA's space station program deputy manager Dan Hartman at center, and in front of NASA public affairs officer James Hartsfield.

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