John Lynch Phillips
Naissance : 15 avril 1951, à Fort Belvoi, Virginie, États-Unis..
Antécédent : Géophysicien.
Sélection : 1er mai 1996: seizième détachement d'astronautes de la NASA. 
1er vol : STS 100 11 j. 21 h. 31 min. Spécialiste de mission 2 (MS2)
2éme vol : ISS Expédition 11 179 j. 00 h. 23 min. Ingénieur de vol 1
3ème vol : STS 119 12 j. 19 h. 30 min. Spécialiste de mission 4 (MS 4)
Total : 213 j. 17 h. 24 min.
Temps à bord d'ISS STS 100 6 j. 05 h. 16 min.
ISS Expédition 11 176 j. 14 h. 00 min.
STS 119 7 j. 18 h. 50 min.
Total: 190 j. 14 h. 06 min.
Sortie spatiale :
1) ISS Expédition 11 18 aou 05 4 h. 58 min. 62ème sortie du programme ISS 
Retraite : Actif.
Décès :
Remarques :
RSC Energia bio
(Jan 05)
John Lynch PHILLIPS (Ph.D.) 

ISS Flight Engineer
Soyuz TMA TS Flight Engineer
NASA Astronaut, USA

DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: Born April 15, 1951 in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, but considers Scottsdale, Arizona, to be his hometown.

Graduated from Scottsdale High School, Arizona, in 1966. He was the second of 906 graduators who graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1972 and received a bachelor of science degree in mathematics and Russian. In 1974 he received a master of science degree in aeronautical systems from the University of West Florida and a master of science degree and a doctorate in geophysics and space physics from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1984 and 1987 respectively.

FAMILY STATUS: Married to the former Laura Jean Doell. They have two children.

HONORS: Within the scientific body he received 2 NASA Group Achievement Awards for contributions to the Ulysses Spacecraft Mission and also the Los Alamos National Laboratory Distinguished Performance Award in 1996.
Awarded the NASA Space Flight Medal and various military awards.

HOBBY: Skiing, kayaking, hiking, fitness activities and family recreation.

In 1972 Phillips began service in the U.S. Naval Forces and in November 1974 he was designated a Naval Aviator. He trained in the A-7 Corsair Aircraft at the Naval Air Station Lemoore, California. Then he served in Attack Squadron 155 and made combat deployments aboard the USS Oriskany and USS Roosevelt. After this be was engaged in navy recruiting in Albany, New York, and flied the CT-39 Sabreliner Aircraft at Naval Air Station North Island, California.
He has logged over 4300 flight hours and performed 250 carrier landings. From 1982 to 2002 he served as a Navy reservist, as an A-7 pilot and in various non-flying assignments.
He retired in 2002 with the rank of Captain, USNR.
After leaving the Navy in 1982, Phillips enrolled as a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he was engaged in data processing which was obtained by the NASA Pioneer Venus Spacecraft. Upon completing his doctorate in 1987, he was awarded a J. Robert Oppenheimer Postdoctoral Fellowship at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico and in 1989 he accepted a career position at Los Alamos. While there, Phillips performed research on the Sun and the space environment. From 1993 through 1996 be was Principal Investigator for the Solar Wind Plasma Experiment aboard the Ulysses Spacecraft passed over the poles of the Sun.
John Phillips has anthored 156 scientific papers dealing with the plasma environment of the Sun, Earth, other planets and comets and spacecraft as well.
In April 1996 he was selected as an astronaut candidate by NASA. In 1998 he completed astronaut candidate training at the Johnson Space Center and was qualified as a mission specialist. After this be worked at the NASA Astronaut Office and was involved with systems engineering. Phillips was CAPCOM for the International Space Station.
On September 28, 2000 he was assigned to STS-100 crew.
From April 19 to May 1, 2001 he performed his first space flight as a mission specialist of STS-100 Endeavour with Multi-Purpose Logistics Module Raffaello. The main flight task was to deliver new equipment and cargoes to the International Space Station for Expedition-2 and also to deliver and install the Canadarm-2 Robotic Arm (SSRMS) at the external surface of the Station.
The flight duration was 11 days, 21 hours, 50 minutes and 00 sec.
Phillips is currently training for ISS Expedition-11 as ISS flight engineer and scientific specialist. 

January 2005.
Based on Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center data, NASA, USA.

Voir aussi :
Fiche biographique de la NASA
Fiche de l'Encyclopedia Astronautica de Mark Wade
Les Explorateurs de l'espace Les conquérants de l'Espace 
par ordre d'atteinte de l'orbite
Les envolées habitées:
1960, 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000
© Claude Lafleur, 2007
Les Dossiers Espace Espace 101 La Librairie virtuelle Spacecrafts encyclopedia