NASA Astronaut Group 14

Summary

The Hogs
Official group portrait
The astronauts of Group 14
Year selected1992
Number selected24
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NASA Astronaut Group 14 ("The Hogs") was a group of 24 astronauts announced by NASA on 31 March 1992.[1] The group's name derived from The Muppet Show skit "Pigs in Space" and from the group's sponsorship of a pot-bellied pig at the Houston Zoo.[2]

Pilots

STS-75 Columbia[4]
STS-82 Discovery[5]
STS-101 Atlantis[6]
STS-105 Discovery[7]
STS-72 Endeavour[9]
STS-81 Atlantis[10]
STS-97 Endeavour[11]
STS-115 Atlantis[12]
STS-70 Discovery[14]
STS-78 Columbia[15]
STS-87 Columbia[16]
STS-99 Endeavour[17]
STS-73 Columbia[19]
STS-80 Columbia[20]
STS-85 Discovery[21]
STS-96 Discovery[22]
STS-100 Endeavour[23]

Mission Specialists

STS-72 Endeavour[9]
STS-96 Discovery[22]
STS-105 Discovery[7]
STS-78 Columbia[15]
STS-73 Columbia[19]
STS-93 Columbia[27]
Soyuz TMA-20[28]
Expedition 26[28]/27[29]
STS-69 Endeavour[31]
STS-83 Columbia[32]
STS-94 Columbia[33]
STS-104 Atlantis[34]
STS-67 Endeavour[36]
STS-81 Atlantis[10]
STS-103 Discovery[37]
STS-109 Columbia[38]
STS-125 Atlantis[39]
STS-67 Endeavour[36]
STS-86 Atlantis[41]
STS-91 Discovery[42]
STS-114 Discovery[43]
STS-64 Discovery[45]
STS-81 Atlantis[10] (Launched to MIR)
STS-84 Atlantis[46] (Returned from MIR)
STS-78 Columbia[15]
STS-90 Columbia[48]
STS-109 Columbia[38]
STS-123 Endeavour[49]
STS-73 Columbia[19]
STS-92 Discovery[51]
STS-113 Endeavour[52]
Soyuz TMA-9[53] (Launch vehicle for Expedition 14)
Expedition 14[54]
STS-66 Atlantis[56]
STS-86 Atlantis[41]
STS-95 Discovery[57]
STS-100 Endeavour[23]
STS-120 Discovery[58]
STS-72 Endeavour[9]
STS-87 Columbia[16]
STS-68 Endeavour[61]
STS-82 Discovery[5]
STS-103 Discovery[37]
STS-110 Atlantis[62]
STS-66 Atlantis[56]
STS-82 Discovery[5]
STS-97 Endeavour[11]
STS-115 Atlantis[12]
STS-77 Endeavour[65]
STS-89 Endeavour[66] (Launched to MIR)
STS-91 Discovery[42] (Returned from MIR)
STS-102 Discovery[67]
STS-114 Discovery[43]
STS-70 Discovery[14]
STS-101 Atlantis[6]

International Astronauts

STS-41-G Challenger[70]
STS-77 Endeavour[65]
STS-97 Endeavour[11]
STS-74 Atlantis[72]
STS-100 Endeavour[23]
Soyuz TMA-07M (Launched to ISS)[73]
Expedition 34 (Last part of expedition)[73]
Expedition 35 (All of expedition)[74]
STS-75 Columbia[4]
STS-66 Atlantis[56]
STS-84 Atlantis[46]
STS-103 Discovery[37]
STS-72 Endeavour[9]
STS-92 Discovery[51]
STS-119 Discovery[78] (Launched to ISS)
Expedition 18[79] (Last part of expedition)
Expedition 19[79] (All of expedition)
Expedition 20[80] (Part of first 6 man crew on ISS)[81]
STS-127 Endeavour[82] (Returned from ISS)

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