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Douglas G. Hurley - Biography - NASA Career
... was the lead ASP (Astronaut Support Personnel) for Shuttle missions STS-107 and STS-121 ... He served as the pilot on STS-127, ISS Assembly Mission 2J/A, which delivered the Japanese-built Exposed Facility (JEM-EF) and the Experiment Logistics Module Exposed Section (ELM-ES ...
STS-118 - Contingency Mission
... STS-322 was the designation given to the Contingency Shuttle Crew Support mission which would have been launched in the event Space Shuttle Endeavour had become disabled during STS-118 ... have been a modified version of the STS-120 mission, which would have involved the launch date being brought forward ... The crew for this mission would have been a four-person subset of the full STS-120 crew ...
Walker (Star Wars) - All Terrain Scout Transport (AT-ST) - Depiction
... Star Wars guidebooks describe the AT-ST as a "reconnaissance or defensive vehicle is lightweight and built for speed" ... AT-STs are armed with laser cannons on the "chin" and sides, feet claws for destroying small defenses and side-mounted concussion missile launchers ... In The Empire Strikes Back, AT-STs scout for and support the slower AT-ATs during the Battle of Hoth ...
Georgia Institute Of Technology Alumni - Science and Engineering - NASA and Aerospace
... Name Class year Notability References Eric Boe 1997 NASA Astronaut (STS-126, STS-133) Michael R ... Clifford 1982 NASA Astronaut (STS-53, STS-59, STS-76) Former US Army lieutenant colonel Jan Davis 1975 Retired NASA Astronaut (STS-47, STS-60, STS-85) current director of the Safety and Mission ... Blaine Hammond 1974 Retired NASA Astronaut (STS-39, STS-64) Charlie Hillard 1958 American aerobatics pilot, and the first American to win the world aerobatics title ...
STS-115
... STS-115 was a Space Shuttle mission to the International Space Station (ISS) flown by Space Shuttle Atlantis ... to the ISS after the Columbia disaster, following the two successful Return to Flight missions, STS-114 and STS-121 ... STS-115 launched from Pad 39-B at the Kennedy Space Center on 9 September 2006 at 111455 EDT (151455 UTC) ...