STS-100 (103)

Endeavour ()
Pad 39-B () (estimated)
103rd Shuttle Mission (estimated)
Flight of OV-105 (estimated)

Crew:

TBD, Mission Commander
TBD, Pilot
Chris A. Hadfield (2), (Canada) Mission Specialist
Scott E. Parazynski (4), Mission Specialist
Umberto Guidoni (2), Mission Specialist

Milestones:

OPF --
VAB --
PAD --

Payload:

Space Station Assembly Flight ISS-08-6A (MPLM-1, Racks/SLP - SSRMS,LCA,RU,UHF)

Mission Objectives:

The primary purpose of the flight is to deliver and install the new Canadian Robot Arm (Space Station Remote Manipulator System), as well as an Italian-made resupply Logistics Module. During the flight three spacewalks are planned, which will make Hadfield the first Canadian to ever leave a spacecraft, and float free in space.

Launch:

April 19, 2001

Orbit:

Altitude:
Inclination: 51.6
Orbits:
Duration: 11 days, hours, minutes, seconds. (Estimated)
Distance: miles

Hardware:

SRB:
SRM:
ET :
MLP :
SSME-1: SN-
SSME-2: SN-
SSME-3: SN-

Landing:

KSC, April 30, 2001

Mission Highlights:

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