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STS-119  DISCOVERY   :   space shuttle   ISS 15A

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updated :

: 36te Weltraummission des Orbiters Discovery

: 28te Shuttle Mission zur ISS

: Aufbauflug zur ISS

: Transport und Montage des letzten Elementes der

  externen Gitterstruktur mit Solarzellenflächen S6

: ISS-Crewtausch zwischen S. Magnus und K. Wakata

m i s s i o n s z i e l e   :   m i s s i o n  o b j e c t i v e s

b e s a t z u n g   :   c r e w

: 36th spaceflight mission of Discovery

: 28th Space Shuttle mission to ISS

: assembly flight to ISS

: transport and installation of the final element of

  the integrated truss structure with solar panels S6

:change of ISS crew from S. Magnus to K. Wakata

photo credit : NASA

raumfahrzeug :   spacecraft

space shuttle DISCOVERY

start :   launch

15 / mar / 2009

22.43 GMT

kennedy space center

cape canaveral / florida / USA

rampe : pad 39a

andocken :   docking

ISS (international space station)

17 / mar / 2009

HARMONY module / pma-2

21 : 19 GMT

abdocken :   undocking

26 / mar / 2009

19 : 53 GMT

aussenbordeinsätze :   e.v.a.

# 01 / QUEST airlock

19 / mar / 2009  :  06 h / 07 min/ 

Swanson / Arnold

# 02 / QUEST airlock

21 / mar / 2009  :  06 h / 30 min/ 

Swanson / Acaba

# 03 / QUEST airlock

22 / jul / 2009  :  06 h / 27 min/ 

Arnold / Acaba

landung :   landing

28 / mar / 2009

19.13 GMT

KSC landing facility

cape canaveral / florida / USA

runway 15

t r ä g e r r a k e t e : l a u n c h  v e h i c l e

orbiter:

DISCOVERY  OV-103


wiederverwendbar:

reusable


bemannt:  manned

crew max. # 7


stufen:  stages

2 + orbiter


höhe:  lenght:

56.1 meter


max. d:

8.70 meter


masse:  mass

2030.000 kg



USA

Shuttle Transport System   (STS)

n u t z l a s t : p a y l o a d

IST S6:

integrierte gitterstruktur

integrated truss structure


solarzellenflächen (saw)

solar array wings Saw)


grösse: size

2.63 m x 2.30 m x 14.20 m


masse: mass

17.500 kg


solarzellen: solar arrays

4x


spannweite: wingspann

73.10 meter



USA

S6 Truss

photo credits : NASA

cape canaveral

cape canaveral

international space station

12d  19h  30min

bahnhöhe :   altitude of orbit

300 km

inklination :   inclination

51.6 °

erdumkreisungen :  orbits

202

s6-truss

Lee J. Archambault

Commander

* 25 / aug / 1960

flug / flight :  2

STS-117/ 119

USA

Dominic A. Antonelli

Pilot

* 23 / aug / 1967

flug / flight :  1

STS-119

USA

John L. Phillips

Mission Specialist

* 15 / apr / 1951

flug / flight :  3

STS-100/ Soyuz TMA-6/

STS-119

USA

Steven R. Swanson

Mission Specialist

* 03 / dec / 1960

flug / flight :  2

STS- 117/ 119

USA

Joseph M. Acaba

Mission Specialist

* 17 / may / 1967

flug / flight :  1

STS-119

USA

Richard R. Arnold

Mission Specialist

* 26/ nov/1963

flug / flight :  1

STS-119

USA

Koichi Wakata

Mission Specialist

* 01 / aug / 1963

flug / flight :  3

STS-72 / 92

STS119 / (STS-128)

Japan

zur / up

ISS

Exp. 18

Sandra H.Magnus

Mission Specialist

* 30 / oct / 1964

flug / flight :  2

STS-112

(STS126) / STS-119

USA

von / down

ISS

Exp. 18