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This photo shows Jah, a man with light brown skin and short, dark, curly hair consisting of tight ringlets from intricate weaving.  Jah is taking a break from navigation work to pose for a photograph. He is wearing a blue T-shirt bearing a logo with the words
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Moriba Jah Awaits Navigation Information

Forty minutes after launch, the navigation team hits full throttle, locating the exact trajectory of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Moriba Jah awaits the most updated information from the Goldstone, California Deep Space Network tracking station while in the Navigation Operations room at Jet Propulsion Laboratory on August 12, 2005.

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