STS-101 (98)

Atlantis (21)
Pad 39-B (45) (estimated)
98th Shuttle Mission (estimated)
21st Flight OV-104 (estimated)

Crew:

James D. Halsell, Jr. (5) Mission Commander
Scott J. Horowitz (3), Pilot
Mary Ellen Weber (2), Mission Specialist
Edward Tsang Lu (2), Mission Specialist
Jeffrey N. Williams (1), Mission Specialist
Yuri Ivanovich Malenchenko (2), (Russia) Mission Specialist
Boris Morukov (1), (Russia) Mission Specialist

Milestones:

OPF --
VAB --
PAD --

Payload:

Space Station Assembly Flight ISS-03 (SPACEHAB/DM, ICC)

Mission Objectives:

Launch:

Launch January 22, 2000 (ESTIMATED).

Orbiter Atlantis is being temporarily stored in VAB high bay 2, awaiting the departure of Shuttle Endeavour from OPF bay 2.

On Tuesday, April 20, 1999, Atlantis is under going standard life support system leak checks this week in OPF bay 3. Payload bay liner modifications continue.

Orbit:

Altitude: 173 nm
Inclination: 51.6
Orbits:
Duration: 10 days, 19 hours, minutes, seconds. (Estimated)
Distance: miles

Hardware:

SRB: BIO-98
SRM: RSRM-70
ET : SN-100
MLP :
SSME-1: SN-
SSME-2: SN-
SSME-3: SN-

Landing:

KSC February 3, 2000 (Estimated)

Mission Highlights:

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