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Raumfahrt-History - 1990 Space-Shuttle STS-36 Atlantis Mission

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STS-36
 
 
Mission: Department of Defense
Space Shuttle: Atlantis
Launch Pad: 39A 
Launch Weight: Classified
Launched: February 28, 1990, 2:50:22 a.m. EST
Landing Site: Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.
Landing: March 4, 1990, 10:08:44 a.m. PST
Landing Weight: 87,200 pounds
Runway: 23 
Rollout Distance: 7,900 feet
Rollout Time: 53 seconds
Revolution: 72
Mission Duration: 4 days, 10 hours, 18 minutes, 22 seconds
Returned to KSC: March 13, 1990
Orbit Altitude: 132 nautical miles
Orbit Inclination: 62 degrees
Miles Traveled: 1.9 million 

Crew Members

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Image above: STS-36 Crew photo with Commander John O. Creighton, Pilot John H. Casper, Mission Specialists Richard M. MullaneDavid C. Hilmers and Pierre J. Thuot. Image Credit: NASA 

Launch Highlights

STS-36 Mission PatchThe launch set for February 22 was postponed to February 23, February 24, and February 25 due to illness of the crew commander and weather conditions. It was the first time since Apollo 13 in 1970 that a manned space mission was affected by the illness of a crew member. The launch was set for February 25 and scrubbed due to a malfunction of a range safety computer. The launch was reset for February 26 and scrubbed again due to weather conditions (Note: external tank loaded only for launch attempts on February 25 and 26, and launch on February 28). The launch on February 28 was set for a classified window lying within a launch period extending from 12 midnight to 4 a.m. EST.

Mission Highlights

Sixth mission dedicated to the Department of Defense.
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S89-47966 (23 Oct. 1989) --- STS-36 crew members, wearing launch and entry suits, take a break from their emergency egress training to pose for an informal crew portrait in front of the Crew Compartment Trainer (CCT) at the Johnson Space Center. Left to right are Pilot John H. Casper, Commander John O. Creighton, Mission Specialists Pierre J. Thuot, Richard M. Mullane and David C. Hilmers. The crew members were practicing egress procedures necessary in the event of an emergency aboard the space shuttle. The CCT is located in JSC's Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility. Photo credit: NASA
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STS-36 | Shuttle: Atlantis | Launch: February 28, 1990
From left to right: Pierre J. Thuot (mission specialist), John H. Casper (pilot), John O. Creighton (commander), Richard M. Mullane (mission specialist), David. C. Hilmers (mission specialist)
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STS-36 :: Feb. 28-March 4, 1990

Space shuttle Atlantis during its rollout from the Vehicle Assembly Building in late Jan. 1990. Atlantis took its sixth flight on STS-36 a month later when it launched from Launch Pad 39A on Feb. 28. The 34th mission in the program lasted four days and carried a payload for the U.S. Department of Defense. The crew consisted of Commander John O. Creighton, Pilot John H. Casper and Mission Specialists Pierre J. Thuot, David C. Hilmers and Richard M. Mullane. Atlantis landed on March 4 at Edwards Air Force Base.

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 Aerial view of STS-36 Atlantis, OV-104, at KSC LC Pad 39A with T-38A inflight - Credit: NASA.

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STS-36 onboard view of the "Bonner Sphere", a neutron flux experiment - Credit: NASA.

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STS-36 night Earth observation of New York City, New York - Credit: NASA.

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