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STS-9, national space transportation systems program mission report

STS-9, national space transportation systems program mission report

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Spacelab Program.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSTS-9., National space transportation systems program mission report.
    StatementMichael A. Collins, A.D. Aldrich, Glynn S. Lunney.
    Series[NASA-TM] -- 87456., NASA technical memorandum -- 87456.
    ContributionsAldrich, A. D., Lunney, Glynn S., Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18070950M

      December COLUMBIA IS IN GOOD CONDITION At Dryden Flight Research Facility in California turnaround crews had Columbia in the Mate/Demate Device by a.m. PST today. Sling, jacking and hoisting operations were underway by a.m. PST.


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Header on title of microfiche reproduction reads: National space transportation systems program mission report. Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.

Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. [Washington, D.C.?: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, ]. 1 microfiche. Description: 1 volume: Series Title: NASA technical memorandum.

I~TRODUETI~~ AND MISSION OBJECTIVES The STS-9 National Space Tr~nsportation Systems Program Mission Report contains a summary ents of this first Spacelab mission using Orbiter tion differences incorpora rior to STS-9 dnclude the first use of the 3 substack fuel ce)11s, the use of 5 cry0 tanks sets and the addition of d galley and crew sleep stations.

Image above: STS-9 Crew photo with Commander John W. Young, Pilot Brewster H. Shaw Jr., Mission Specialists Owen K.

Garriott, Robert A. Parker and Payload Specialists Byron K. Lichtenberg and Ulf Merbold of the European Space Agency. Image Credit: NASA. STS-9 (also referred to as STSA and Spacelab 1) was the ninth NASA Space Shuttle mission and the sixth mission of the Space Shuttle ed on Novemthe ten-day mission carried the first Spacelab laboratory module into orbit.

STS-9 was also the last time the original STS numbering system was used until STS, which was designated in the aftermath of the Crew size: 6.

Launch from Cape Canaveral and landing on the Edwards AFB, Runway The launch occurred after a 1-month delay because of technical reasons. Ulf Merbold was the first non-American in a Space Shuttle. STS-9 carried the first crew of six persons and became the first mission of the ESA sponsored Spacelab (Spacelab 1, SL-1).

STSD was the 12th flight of NASA's Space Shuttle program, and the first mission of Space Shuttle was launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on 30 Augustand landed at Edwards Air Force Base, California, on 5 commercial communications satellites were deployed into orbit during the six-day mission, and a number of scientific experiments were or: NASA.

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Post-Challenger Evaluation of Space Shuttle Risk Assessment and Management is the compilation of the conclusions and recommendations of the Committee on STS-9 Criticality Review and Hazard Analysis Audit.

It is intended to assist NASA in taking the prudent additional steps which will provide a reasonable and responsible level of flight safety. This meeting is chaired by the STS Program Office and is supported by board members from other key center disciplines. This board baselines the Flight Requirements Document (FRD), which defines the National Space Transportation Systems Program Office (NSTSPO) authorized requirements and objectives for a specific mission.

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