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STS-100

STS-100 [Flight # 104]19 April - 1 May 2001Endeavour [16]

Crew:
    Kent Rominger [5], Commander
    Jeffrey Ashby [2], Pilot
    John Phillips [1], Mission Specialist
    Chris Hadfield [2], Mission Specialist (Canada)
    Scott Parazynski [4], Mission Specialist
    Umberto Guidoni [2], Mission Specialist (Italy)
    Yuri Lonchakov [1], Mission Specialist (Russia)

Launch:
    Pad: 39-A [58]
    Date: 19 April 2001
    Time: 18:40:42 UTC

Orbit:
    Altitude: 177 nm
    Inclination: 51.6 degrees
    Orbits: 186
    Duration: 11 days, 21 hours, 30 minutes, 0 seconds
    Distance: 4,900,000 miles

ISS Docking: PMA-2 on Destiny, 21 April 2001, 13:59 UTC - 29 April 2001, 17:34 UTC

Landing:
    Location: Runway 22, Edwards Air Force Base, CA [48]
    Date: 1 May 2001
    Time: 16:10:42 UTC
    Rollout: 1 minute, 14 seconds (2,427 meters, 7,964 feet)

Mission EVA's:
     1) On 22 April 2001 for 7 hours, 10 minutes
     2) On 24 April 2001 for 7 hours, 40 minutes
EVA's were performed by the following individuals:
    Chris Hadfield
    Scott Parazynski

Highlights:
    9th Space Station Assembly Flight 6A. The Raffaello cargo module (MPLM) was attached. Two space walks were performed to install the Canadian designed and built Canadarm2 robotic arm.
    Chris Hadfield became the first Canadian to perform a spacewalk.

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