|STS-112 Mission Journal|
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LEFT: STS-112 crew portrait
RIGHT: STS-112 Mission Patch.
|Mission:||International Space Station Flight 9A|
|Crew:||6 (5 USA, 1 Russian)|
|Duration:||10 Days, 19 Hours, 19 minutes|
|Launch Date:||Monday, 07 October 2002|
|Launch Time:||3:46PM EDT (1946 GMT)|
|Launch Window:||5 minutes|
|Launch Facility:||KSC, Pad 39B|
|Docking:||09 October 2002, 11:24AM EDT (1524 GMT)|
|Undocking:||16 October 2002, 9:14AM EDT (1314 GMT)|
|Landing:||18 October 2002, 11:46AM EDT (1546 GMT)|
|Landing Facility:||Kennedy Space Center (target)|
|Orbit Altitude:||122 nautical miles (226 kilometers)|
|Flight stats:||111th Shuttle flight (26th for Atlantis)|
Mission info from NASA Human Spaceflight and Kennedy Space Center webs
STS-112 to Deliver S1 Truss to Station, Conduct 3 Spacewalks
STS-112 will set the stage for the outward expansion of the International Space Station with the delivery of the S1 (S-One) Truss. The STS-112 crew will perform three spacewalks to install, activate and outfit the S1, which will be attached to the starboard end of the S0 (S-Zero) Truss.
Astronaut Jeff Ashby is STS-112's commander and Astronaut Pam Melroy will serve as pilot. Astronauts Sandy Magnus, David Wolf and Piers Sellers and Cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin are mission specialists. Wolf and Sellers will conduct the spacewalks.
STS-112 will be the 15th shuttle mission to visit the space station and the 26th flight of Space Shuttle Atlantis.
Note: We have divided the Mission Journals into five sections for faster downloading. Updates are presented with newest dates on top, with Part 5 covering undocking through landing; Part 4 covering the last EVA; Part 3 covering the first two EVAs; Part 2 covering liftoff through docking; and Part 1 covering all Preflight activities (including launch scrubs, if any).
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