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ISS005-E-16977 (9 October 2002) --- Backdropped against a blue and white Earth, this view of the Space Shuttle Atlantis was photographed by an Expedition Five crewmember onboard the International Space Station (ISS) during rendezvous and docking operations. Docking occurred at 10:17 a.m. (CDT) on October 9, 2002. The Starboard One (S-1) Truss, which was later attached to the station and outfitted during three spacewalks, can be seen in Atlantis’ cargo bay.


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Next Shuttle mission to ISS: STS-117 - Atlantis
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LAUNCH TIME:


 

Launch:
NET March 16, 2007
Orbiter:
Atlantis
Mission Number:
STS-117
(118th shuttle flight)
Launch Window:
10 minutes
Launch Pad:
39A
Mission Duration:
11 days
Landing Site:
KSC
Inclination/Altitude:
51.6 degrees/122 nautical miles
Primary Payload:
21st station flight (13A), S3/S4 Truss

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STS-117 Mission Overview

Frederick Sturckow, (Lt. Col., USMC) will command STS-117. The mission will deliver the second and third starboard truss segments (S3/S4) and another pair of solar arrays to the space station. Pilot Lee Archambault (Lt. Col., USAF) joins Sturckow in the Shuttle’s cockpit. Mission specialists James Reilly II, Ph.D., Patrick Forrester, (Col., USA), Steven Swanson, Ph.D., and John D. Olivas, Ph.D., round out the crew. STS-117 is the 21st shuttle mission to the International Space Station.
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