1 edition of STS-9 and Spacelab 1 found in the catalog.
STS-9 and Spacelab 1
|Other titles||S.T.S.-nine and Spacelab one|
|Series||NASA educational briefs -- EB-83-8|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
The Space Shuttle Columbia passes into a brilliant sunrise scene during the STS-9\Spacelab 1 mission. The photograph was taken with a 35mm camera aimed through Columbia's aft flight deck windows. Part of the science module, which hosted more than a week's scientific experimentation, is silhouetted against the scene. Image #: s Date: Novem Space Shuttle missions carrying Spacelab or Spacelab hardware (italics indicate pressure module, others used pallets) STS OSTA-1 (Shuttle Imaging Radar; atmospheric science) STS OSS-1 (solar and space physics) STS Spacelab-1 (multidisciplinary) STS G-- OSTA-3 (Shuttle Imaging Radar-B; other Earth.
Spacelab was the scientific laboratory used aboard the Space Shuttle. Ten European nations contributed to the development of Spacelab through the European Space Agency and in partnership with NASA. Spacelab was first flown on STS-9 aboard Space Shuttle Columbia in , and was last flown on STS in Spacelab flights carried either the module,. Garriott flew aboard the Skylab space station during the Skylab 3 mission and on the Space Shuttle Columbia for the STS-9/Spacelab-1 mission. He spent a total of 70 days in space.
Shuttle/Spacelab Contamination Environment and Effects Handbook L. E. Bareiss, R. M. Payton, and H. A. Papazian Martin Marietta Aerospace Denver Division Denver, Colorado Prepared for George C. Marshall Space Flight Center under Contract NAS N/LS/X National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical Information Branch. Garriott flew aboard the Skylab space station during the Skylab 3 mission and on the Space Shuttle Columbia for the STS-9/Spacelab-1 mission. He spent a total of 70 days in space.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: STS-9 and Spacelab 1. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (OCoLC) STS-9 (also referred to as STSA and Spacelab 1) was the ninth NASA Space Shuttle mission and the sixth mission of the Space Shuttle ed on Novemthe ten-day mission carried the first Spacelab laboratory module into orbit.
STS-9 was also the last time the original STS numbering system was used until STS, which was designated in the aftermath of the Crew size: 6. The item STS-9 and Spacelab 1 represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.
This item is. The first Spacelab mission, in orbit in the payload bay of the Space Shuttle (STS-9) from 28 November-8 Decembercarried a multi-disciplinary payload intended to demonstrate that good science could be done on short shuttle flights.
Instrumentation. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spacelab 1 (STS-9) Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, (OCoLC) ESA and NASA jointly sponsored the Spacelab-1 and conducted investigations which demonstrated the capability for advanced research in space.
Spacelab is an orbital laboratory and contains an observations platform composed of cylindrical pressurized modules and U-shaped unpressurized pallets which remain in the orbiter's cargo bay during flight.
Owen Kay Garriott (Novem – Ap ) was an American electrical engineer and NASA astronaut, who spent 60 days aboard the Skylab space station in during the Skylab 3 mission, and 10 days aboard Spacelab-1 on a Space Shuttle mission in After serving in the United States Navy, Garriott was an engineering professor at Stanford University before attending the United Missions: Skylab 3, STS The European-built Spacelab pressurized module remained attached to space shuttle and permitted conduct of a range of experiments.
AKA: Neurolab;: Operational First Launch: Last Launch: Number: Height: m ( ft). The Spacelab was designed by the European Space Agency to fit in the US space shuttle payload bay and allow extended. Spacelab was an extremely large program, and this was enhanced by different experiments and multiple payloads and configurations over two decades.
For example, in a subset of just one part of the Spacelab 1 (STS-9) mission, no less than eight different imaging systems were flown into space. The topic of the first book was laid on the contract, assembly and first flight of Spacelab (STS-9).
Right now, we are preparing Volume II of this book with the publication in summer/autumn This book will deal with all Spacelab flights i.e.
the flights with the pressurized module and the pallet flights. Spacelab 1 was flown aboard Space Shuttle flight STS-9 and carried instruments to perform a multidisciplinary mission comprising five broad areas of investigation: atmosphereic physics and Earth observations, space plasma physics, astronomy and solar physics, material sciences and technology, and life sciences.
The launch occurred after a 1-month delay because of technical reasons. Ulf Merbold was the first non-American in a Space Shuttle. STS-9 carried the first crew of six persons and became the first mission of the ESA sponsored Spacelab (Spacelab 1, SL-1).
Columbia carried the first Spacelab module and first astronaut to represent the European Space Agency (ESA), Ulf Merbold of (West) Germany.
ESA and NASA jointly sponsored Spacelab-1 and conducted investigations which demonstrated the feasibility of advanced research in space. STS Columbia, Nov. 28 - Dec. 8, was the first Spacelab module flight, Spacelab STS B: Challenger, April 29 - May 6, this flight was considered to be the first operational flight of the Spacelab module.
Spacelab-3 covered five basic fields of investigation. Spacelab-3 was flown out of sequence and ahead of Spacelab STS F. STS-9 (also known as STSA and Spacelab 1) was a NASA Space Shuttle mission which carried the first Spacelab laboratory module into orbit.
Launched on 28 Novemberit was the sixth mission of the Space Shuttle Columbia, and was Columbia's last. First Spacelab mission. The ESA and NASA jointly sponsored the Spacelab 1 flight and contributed investigations which demonstrated the capability for advanced research in space. Landed December 8, at PM PST at Edwards Air Force Base, CA.
NASA astronaut Bob Parker spent 10 days in space as a Mission Specialist on the STS-9/Spacelab-1 mission in November Dr Robert A. Parker was selected as a scientist-astronaut by NASA in He served on the astronaut support crews for Apollo 15 and 17 and was programme scientist during the three manned Skylab flights.
STSA crew in Spacelab Djpg × ; 69 KB STS 4, × 2,; MB STS-9 crewmembers work in the Spacelab 1 2, × 1,; KB. So certainly many STS-9 covers/lithos, along with many STS-1, Gem Apollo 10 and 16 material went unsigned and remain incomplete. Some collectors mentioned that if his fee had been more like $$ per item, then many more collectors would have sent in material to be completed and maybe also several items totaling more than the $ Description Space Shuttle Columbia - Spacelab 1 (STS-9) Flown Silver Robbins Medallion Directly from the Collection of Mission Commander John Young, Serial Number 7F.
This 35mm x 40mm sterling silver medal is in its original plastic box with the "#7F" sticker on the bottom. This is one of only seventy-six (of a total of minted) that were actually flown on the mission with crewmembers Young. Rzut toru wznoszenia - STSsvg 1, × 1,; KB STS × ; 44 KB STS-9 Payload Specialist Ulf Merbold ().jpg 3, × 2,; MB.The European Space Agency's (ESA) Spacelab module is seen in the payload bay of space shuttle Columbia during the lab's first spaceflight on the STS-9 mission in Spacelab was a reusable laboratory used on certain spaceflights flown by the Space Shuttle.
The laboratory comprised multiple components, including a pressurized module, an unpressurized carrier and other related hardware housed in the Shuttle's cargo bay. The components were arranged in various configurations to meet the needs of each spaceflight.
Spacelab components flew on a total of