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In this celebratory image, Graf, a middle-aged Caucasian man with brown hair and a goatee firmly shakes Dantzler's hand.  Dantzler is also a Caucasian man in his late thirties or early forties with thinning brown hair.  Li is a middle-aged Asian man.  They are in the large mission control room at JPL.  An American flag decorates the wall behind them.  Most team members are wearing maroon-colored polo shirts with the mission logo on them.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Team Members Celebrate Orbit Insertion Success

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Project Manager Jim Graf shakes the hand of Andrew Dantzler, Director of NASA's Solar System Division, after a successful orbit insertion on March 10, 2006. Fuk Li, Director of JPL's Mars Exploration Directorate stands next to Graf.

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