THE MISSION: STS-134


AMS will fly on the mission STS-134, on board of the shuttle Endeavour. The mission is also identified as ULF 6 (Utilization and Logistics Flight 6), according to the ISS assembly plan. In the computer generated image below, AMS in the shuttle bay.

 

Credit: NASA/JSC, NASA

 


This will be the 134th shuttle flight, the 36th to the ISS, the last Endeavour flight and the penultimate of the Space Shuttle Program. The mission will last 14 days. Four EVAs are presently scheduled for the mission; the spacewalkers will be Andrew Feustel (EVA-1, 2,3), Michael Fincke (EVA-2,3,4),  Gregory Chamitoff (EVA-1, 4). These will be the last EVAs
conducted by a shuttle crew, as the only EVA presently scheduled during the STS-135 will be conducted by the ISS crew.

 

CREW

Commander: Mark Kelly

Pilot: Gregory H. Johnson

Mission Specialists: Michael Fincke (US)

Greg Chamitoff (US)

Andrew Feustel (US)

Roberto Vittori (ESA/Italy)

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» STS-134 page on NASA’s website

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