Saturday, July 18, 2009

Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-127 Rendezvous Pitch Maneuver VIDEOS

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Mark L. Polansky will command the shuttle Endeavour for STS-127. Douglas G. Hurley will serve as the pilot. Mission specialists are Christopher J. Cassidy, Thomas H. Marshburn, David A. Wolf and Julie Payette, a Canadian Space Agency astronaut.

The mission will deliver Timothy L. Kopra to the station as a flight engineer and science officer and return Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata to Earth. Hurley, Cassidy, Marshburn and Kopra will be making their first trips to space.
Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-127Endeavour sets sail on its 23rd mission with the Kibo Japanese Experiment Module Exposed Facility and Experiment Logistics Module Exposed Section. The facility will provide a type of "front porch" for experiments in the exposed environment, and a robotic arm that will be attached to the Kibo Pressurized Module and used to position experiments outside the station.
The mission will include five spacewalks.

STS-127 is the 29th shuttle mission to the International Space Station.

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Keywords: Space Shuttle; Endeavour; STS-127; NASA
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