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NASA Remaining Space Shuttle Missions

NASA Remaining Space Shuttle Missions

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NASA fact sheet from August 2009, listing the remaining Space Shuttle missions (STS-128 through STS-134) and outlining their assigned tasks. Published by NASA in 2009.
NASA fact sheet from August 2009, listing the remaining Space Shuttle missions (STS-128 through STS-134) and outlining their assigned tasks. Published by NASA in 2009.

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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Remaining Space Shuttle Missions
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elow are the approved target dates or the launchesremaining in the Space Shuttle Program.
STS-128
Launch Target:
late August
Shuttle:
Discovery
Duration:
13 days
Crew:
Mission Commander Rick SturckowPilot Kevin FordMission Specialists John “Danny” Olivas, Christer Fugel-sang/European Space Agency, Patrick Forrester, JoseHernandez and Nicole Stott/Expedition 20/21
Mission:
Deliver the Multi-Purpose Logistics Moduleand the Lightweight Multi-Purpose Experiment SupportStructure.
Info:
STS-128 is the 30th shuttle mission to theInternational Space Station.
STS-129
Launch Target:
Nov. 12, 2009at 4:22 p.m. EST
Shuttle:
 Atlantis
Duration:
12 days
Crew:
Commander Charles HobaughPilot Barry WilmoreMission Specialists Robert Satcher, Michael Foreman,Randy Bresnik and Leland Melvin
Mission:
Deliver EXPRESS Logistics Carriers 1 and 2
Info:
The carriers hold two spare gyroscopes, two nitrogentank assemblies, two pump modules, an ammonia tank assembly, a spare latching end eector or the station’srobotic arm, a spare trailing umbilical system or theMobile Transporter and a high-pressure gas tank. STS-129 is the 31st shuttle mission to the International SpaceStation. Astronaut Nicole Stott will return to Earth aboard Atlantis.
STS-130
Launch Target:
Feb. 4, 2010at 6:20 a.m. EST
Shuttle:
Endeavour
Duration:
12 days
Crew:
Commander George ZamkaPilot Terry VirtsMission Specialists Bob Behnken, Nicholas Patrick,Kathryn Hire and Steve Robinson
Mission:
Deliver Node 3, named Tranquility, and theCupola, a robotic control station with six windows aroundits sides and another in the center that provides a 360-degree view around the station. At least three spacewalksare planned.
Info:
This will be the 32nd shuttle station assemblymission.
STS-131
Launch Target:
March 18, 2010at 1:08 p.m. EDT
Shuttle:
Discovery
Duration:
12 days
Crew:
Commander Alan PoindexterPilot Jim DuttonMission Specialists Rick Mastracchio, Clay Anderson,Dorothy Metcal-Lindenburger, Stephanie Wilson andNaoko Yamazaki/Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency
Mission:
Deliver a Multi-Purpose Logistics Module lledwith science racks to be transerred to laboratories on theInternational Space Station.
Info:
Three spacewalks will include work to attach a

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