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Space Shuttle Program 30th Anniversary 1981-2011 Poster
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Discovery's seven-member Return to Flight crew will fly to the International Space Station primarily to test and evaluate new safety procedures. There have been many safety improvements to the Shuttle, including a redesigned External Tank, new sensors and a boom that will allow astronauts to inspect the Shuttle for any potential damage. Two crewmembers, Steve Robinson and Soichi Noguchi, will venture outside the Shuttle three times on spacewalks. The first will demonstrate repair techniques…
Three communications satellites were successfully deployed: Morelos-1 (Mexico), Arabsat 1-B (Arab Satellite Communications Organization) and Telstar 3-D (AT & T). Also deployed an experiment for the Strategic Defense Initiative, a materials processing furnace and French biomedical experiments. Landing was at Edwards Air Force Base, CA on June 24 at 9:11 AM EDT. Mission duration was seven days, one hour, 38 minutes. Space Shuttle Discovery traveled 2.9 million miles in 112 orbits. Launch…
STS - 129 Launch: 2:28 p.m. EST - Nov. 16, 2009 Landing: 9:44 a.m. EST - Nov. 27, 2009 Orbiter: Atlantis Mission Number: STS-129 (129th space shuttle flight) Launch Window: 10 minutes Launch Pad: 39A Mission Duration: 10 days, 19 hours, 16 minutes, 13 seconds Landing Site: KSC Inclination/Altitude: 51.6 degrees/122 nautical miles Primary Payload: 31st station flight (ULF3), EXPRESS Logistics Carrier 1 (ELC1), EXPRESS Logistics Carrier 2 (ELC2)
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3rd Space Shuttle Mission3rd Flight of Columbia Crew:Jack R. Lousma, CommanderC. Gordon Fullerton, Pilot The third test flight of a Space Shuttle continued the task of validating the orbiter for future operational flights. Testing of the Shuttle's remote manipulator arm progressed smoothly, as did experiments in thermal response of the orbiter at various positions relative to the sun.
The primary purpose of the flight is to deliver and install the ISS Airlock. The Joint Airlock is a pressurized flight element consisting of two cylindrical chambers attached end-to-end by a connecting bulkhead and hatch. Once installed and activated, the ISS airlock becomes the primary path for International Space Station space walk entry and departure for U.S. spacesuits, which are known as Extravehicular Mobility Units, or EMUs. In addition, the Joint Airlock is designed to support the…
First STS operational mission; first deployment of two commercial communication satellites, the Anik C-3 for Telesat Canada and SBS-C for Satellite Business Systems. First crew of four on an American spacecraft and first use of mission specialists. Space Shuttle Columbia landed at Edwards Air Force Base, CA on November 16 at 6:33 AM PST. Mission duration was five days, two hours, 14 minutes, 25 seconds. Traveled 2 million miles in 81 orbits.
Eighth Atlantis flight. An unplanned EVA took place to help with the deployment of GRO's high gain antenna. Also demonstrated were mobility aids which will be used on Space Station Freedom. Landed at Edwards Air Force Base, CA. on April 11, 1991. Mission Duration: 143 hours 22 minutes 45 seconds. Launch Date: April 5, 1991 Launch Vehicle: Atlantis Crew: Commander: Steven R. Nagel, Pilot:Kenneth D. Cameron, Mission Specialists: Linda M. Godwin, Jerome Apt, Jerry L. Ross.
Launch: April 24, 1990 Landing: April 29, 1990 Edwards Air Force Base, Cal. Astronauts: Loren J. Shriver, Charles F. Bolden, Jr., Steven A. Hawley, Bruce McCandless II and Kathryn D. Sullivan Space Shuttle: Discovery STS-31 brought the Hubble Space Telescope into orbit and conducted numerous science experiments. www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/archiv...
Launch: April 28, 1991 Landing: May 6, 1991 Kennedy Space Center, Fl. Astronauts: Michael L. Coats, L. Blaine Hammond, Guion S. Bluford Jr., Gregory J. Harbaugh, Richard J. Hieb, Donald R. McMonagle and Charles L. Veach Space Shuttle: Discovery Dedicated Department of Defense mission. www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/archiv...
Crew Commander Ronald J. Grabe Pilot Steven S. Oswald Mission Specialists Norman E. Thagard William F. Readdy David C. Hilmers Payload Specialists Roberta L. Bonder Ulf D. Merbold Design Depicts the orbiter with the Spacelab module aboard. The spacecraft is oriented in a quiescent, tail-to-Earth, gravity-gradient attitude to best support the various microgravity payloads and experiments. The international composition of the crew is depicted by symbols representing…
Mission Specialists Michael Lopez-Alegria and John Herrington are scheduled to begin STS-113's third and final spacewalk at 1:20 p.m. CST (1920 GMT) today. Their first task will be to install 33 spool positioning devices -- clamp-like devices that ensure that the quick disconnect fittings in the station's ammonia coolant lines release as designed -- onto various station locations. They will also connect Ammonia Tank Assembly lines and reconfigure a circuit breaker on the Main Bus Switching…
Design № 56339 The objectives of this mission included the deployment of Tracking and Data Relay Satellite-B, and the flying of the Spartan-Halley's Comet experiment. The mission also included the flying of the Teacher in Space Project. An explosion of the Challenger space craft one minute and 13 seconds after liftoff claimed the lives of all seven crew members. Launch Date: January 28, 1986 at 11:38 AM EST Launch Vehicle:Challenger Crew: Commander: Francis R. Scobee, Pilot:Michael J…
Thirteenth Discovery flight. The Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) will study physical processes acting within and upon the atmosphere, mesosphere, and lower thermosphere. Landed at Edwards Air Force Base, CA. on September 18, 1991. Mission Duration: 128 hours 27 minutes 51 seconds. Launch Date: September 12, 1991 Launch Vehicle: Discovery Crew: Commander: James O. Creighton, Pilot:Kenneth S. Reightler, Mission Specialists: Mark F. Brown, James F. Buchli, Charles D. Gemar, MADE…