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STS-101

STS-101 [Flight # 98]19-29 May 2000Atlantis [21]

Crew:
    James Halsell [5], Commander
    Scott Horowitz [3], Pilot
    Mary Weber [2], Mission Specialist
    Jeffrey Williams [1], Mission Specialist
    James Voss [4], Mission Specialist
    Susan Helms [4], Mission Specialist
    Yuri Usachyov [3], Mission Specialist (Russia)

Launch:
    Pad: 39-A [55]
    Date: 19 May 2000
    Time: 10:11:10 UTC

Orbit:
    Altitude: 173 nm
    Inclination: 51.6 degrees
    Orbits: 155
    Duration: 9 days, 20 hours, 9 minutes, 9 seconds
    Distance: 4,076,000 miles

ISS Docking: PMA-2 on Unity, 21 May 2000, 04:31 UTC - 26 May 2000, 23:03 UTC

Landing:
    Location: Runway 15, Kennedy Space Center, FL [51]
    Date: 29 May 2000
    Time: 06:20:19 UTC
    Rollout: 1 minute, 2 seconds (2,710 meters, 8,892 feet)

Mission EVA's:
     1) On 22 May 2000 for 6 hours, 44 minutes
EVA's were performed by the following individuals:
    James Voss
    Jeffrey Williams

Highlights:
    3rd Space Station Assembly Flight ISS-2A.2a
    The ISS orbit was boosted by 30 miles, new batteries installed, fans for improved air circulation installed, and a loose crane secured.
    A damaged tile seam caused a breach which allowed superheated gas to enter the left wing during reentry. The gas did not penetrate deeply and the damage was repaired.

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