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STS-101

Space Shuttle Atlantis / OV-104

United Space Alliance

Launch Status
Success

Crew

James S. Voss

James S. Voss

Mission Specialist

Status: Retired
3/3/1949 -
Nationality: American
Type: Government
First Flight: 11/24/1991
Last Flight: 3/8/2001

James Shelton Voss is a retired United States Army Colonel and NASA astronaut. During his time with NASA, Voss flew in space five times on board the Space Shuttle and International Space Station. He also served as deputy of Flight Operations for the Space Station Program Mission Integration and Operations Office. While participating in ISS Expedition 2, he and Susan Helms conducted an 8-hour and 56 minute spacewalk, the longest to date.

Susan Helms

Susan Helms

Mission Specialist

Status: Retired
2/26/1958 -
Nationality: American
Type: Government
First Flight: 1/13/1993
Last Flight: 3/8/2001

Susan Jane Helms is a retired lieutenant general in the United States Air Force and a former NASA astronaut. Helms was a crew member on five Space Shuttle missions and was a resident of the International Space Station (ISS) for over five months in 2001. While participating in ISS Expedition 2, she and Jim Voss conducted an 8-hour and 56 minute spacewalk, the world record.

Mary Ellen Weber

Mary Ellen Weber

Mission Specialist

Status: Retired
1/1/1962 -
Nationality: American
Type: Government
First Flight: 7/13/1995
Last Flight: 5/19/2000

Mary Ellen Weber is an American executive, scientist, aviator, speaker, and a former NASA astronaut.

Scott Horowitz

Scott Horowitz

Pilot

Status: Retired
3/24/1957 -
Nationality: American
Type: Government
First Flight: 2/22/1996
Last Flight: 8/10/2001

Scott Jay "Doc" Horowitz is a retired American astronaut and a veteran of four space shuttle missions. Horowitz was selected as an astronaut candidate by NASA in 1992, and piloted missions STS-75 (1996), STS-82 (1997) and STS-101 (2000). He commanded mission STS-105 (2001), a visit to the International Space Station for equipment and crew transfer.

James Halsell

James Halsell

Commander

Status: Retired
9/29/1956 -
Nationality: American
Type: Government
First Flight: 7/8/1994
Last Flight: 5/19/2000

James Halsell was an Air Force Test Pilot when he was selected by NASA to become an Astronaut in 1990. He was a veteran of five flights totalling over 1,250 hours in space, pilot of two STS missions and commander of three. He also served as a manager for Shuttle Launch Integration and Space Shuttle Program manager. After the Columbia accident he led the NASA Return to Flight Planning team.

Jeffrey Williams

Jeffrey Williams

Mission Specialist

Status: Active
1/18/1958 -
Nationality: American
Type: Government
First Flight: 5/19/2000
Last Flight: 3/18/2016

Jeffrey Nels Williams is a retired United States Army officer and a NASA astronaut. He is a veteran of four space flights and formerly held the American record for most days spent in space, which was surpassed in April 2017 by his colleague Peggy Whitson.

Yury Usachov

Yury Usachov

Mission Specialist

Status: Retired
10/9/1957 -
Nationality: Russian
Type: Government
First Flight: 1/8/1994
Last Flight: 3/8/2001

Yury Vladimirovich Usachov (Russian: Юрий Владимирович Усачёв; born October 9, 1957 in Donetsk, Rostov Oblast, Russia) is a former cosmonaut who resides in Star City, Moscow. Usachov is a veteran of four spaceflights, including two long duration missions on board the Mir Space Station and another on board the International Space Station.

Mission

STS-101

Type: Human Exploration

STS-101 was a Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS) flown by Space Shuttle Atlantis. The mission was a 10-day mission conducted between 19 May 2000 and 29 May 2000. The mission was designated 2A.2a and was a resupply mission to the International Space Station.

Location

Launch Complex 39A

Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA

185 rockets have launched from Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA.

Launch Complex 39A, Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA

Rocket

Space Shuttle Atlantis OV-104

Length: 38.1 meters
Diameter: 8.4 meters
First Launch: October 3, 1985

Constructed in 1985, Atlantis was the fourth operational and the second-to-last Space Shuttle built. Its maiden flight was STS-51-J in October of 1985. Atlantis embarked on its 33rd and final mission, also the final mission of a space shuttle, STS-135, on 8 July 2011.

The Space Shuttle Atlantis OV-104 rocket has been launched a total of 32 times with 32 successful and 0 failed launches.

Agency

United Space Alliance

Type: Commercial
Abbreviation: USA

Founded: 1995
Launchers: Space Shuttle

Country: USA

United Space Alliance (USA) is a spaceflight operations company. USA is a joint venture which was established in August 1995 as a Limited Liability Company (LLC), equally owned by Boeing and Lockheed Martin.

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