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2007: The Shuttle Fleet Continues to Fly
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NASA has scheduled several flights in 2007:
Proposed shuttle flights Atlantis STS-117 March 2007 Endeavour STS-118 June 2007 Atlantis STS-120 September 2007 Discovery STS-122 October 2007 Endeavour STS-123 December 2007
Atlantis flight STS-117. Atlantis is scheduled for mission STS-117 early in 2007. During the 21st flight to the ISS, the crew will deliver a second starboard-side truss – the so-called S3/S4 segment – and a third set of solar arrays and batteries.
Endeavour flight STS-118. Endeavour is scheduled for mission STS-118 in summer 2007. The 22nd mission to the ISS will deliver the so-called S5 Truss.
Atlantis flight STS-120. Atlantis is scheduled for mission STS-120 in summer 2007. The 23rd mission to the ISS will deliver the U.S. Node 2.
Discovery flight STS-122. Discovery is scheduled for mission STS-122 in fall 2007. The 24th mission to the ISS will deliver the Columbus European Laboratory Module.
Endeavour flight STS-123. Endeavour is scheduled for mission STS-123 in fall 2007. The 25th mission to the ISS will deliver the pressurized section of the Kibo Japanese Experiment Logistics Module.
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