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In this image, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter System Engineer Tracy Drain (an African-American woman) shakes the hand of her co-worker, Telecommunications Engineer Ramona Tung (an Asian-American woman).  Tracy wears a bright blue short-sleeved shirt and Tung wears a dark blue long-sleeved shirt with the MRO mission logo on it.  They are in the mission control area at JPL - a room with rows of computer consoles and large screens that display mission data.  They are surrounded by dozens of other team members celebrating.
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission Team Members Celebrate Orbit Insertion Success

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter System Engineer Tracy Drain (left) and Telecommunications Engineer Ramona Tung (right) share a congratulatory handshake after it was confirmed that their spacecraft's signal was reacquired after it passed behind Mars.

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