[1996-11-19] Space Shuttle Columbia / OV-102 | STS-80

Date di riferimento

Data di lancio 1996-11-19 19:55:47

Status attuale

Stato attuale SUCCESSO
Probabilità -

Missione

Missione Tipo Orbita
STS-80 Astrofisica Orbita bassa terrestre (LEO)

Veicolo spaziale utilizzato

Veicolo Space Shuttle Columbia seriale OV-102
Destinazione Orbita bassa terrestre

Equipaggio

Nome   Affiliazione Ruolo
Story Musgrave :us: NASA Specialista di missione
Tamara E. Jernigan :us: NASA Specialista di missione
Thomas David Jones :us: NASA Specialista di missione
Kent Rominger :us: NASA Pilota
Kenneth Cockrell :us: NASA Comandante

Rampa di lancio

Nome Launch Complex 39B1 2
Località Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA :us:
Lanci totali 57

Lanciatore

Vettore Space Shuttle Columbia OV-1021
Produttore United Space Alliance :us:1 2
Fornitore servizi di lancio United Space Alliance :us:1 2
Primo volo
1981-04-12
Numero stadi 3
Dimensioni altezza: 38,10 m
diametro: 8,40 m
Peso al lancio 2.040 t
Spinta al decollo 28.200 kN
Capacità di carico LEO: 24.400 kg
GTO: 0 kg
Successi/Lanci totali 29/30 (0 consecutivi)

Caratteristiche veicolo spaziale

Veicolo Space Shuttle
Primo volo
1981-04-12
Trasporto equipaggi SI
Dimensioni altezza 56,10 m, diametro 8,70 m
Numero passeggeri Fino a 7 persone
Capacità di carico 27.500 kg

Video

  • STS-80 launch (11-19-96) STS-80. November 19, 1996. NOTE: This is currently the only mission to which I do not have a good quality digital file. This file was saved from the very old…

Patch di missione


STS-80 Patch


Ultimo aggiornamento: 2021-10-31 10:27 con AstronautiBOT 8.1 - Fonte: LaunchLibrary2 API

STS-80 was a Space Shuttle mission flown by Space Shuttle Columbia. The launch was originally scheduled for 31 October 1996, but was delayed to 19 November for several reasons. Likewise, the landing, which was originally scheduled for 5 December, was pushed back to 7 December after bad weather prevented landing for two days. The mission was the longest Shuttle mission ever flown at 17 days, 15 hours, and 53 minutes. Although two spacewalks were planned for the mission, they were both canceled after problems with the airlock hatch prevented astronauts Tom Jones and Tammy Jernigan from exiting the orbiter.