February 12th, 2008

STS-122 Atlantis

STS-122 Atlantis - Flight Day #6 : Columbus Module Outfitting & Ingress



[RTF-1]-STS-114 Discovery • [RTF-2]-STS-121 Discovery
[1]-STS-115 Atlantis • [2]-STS-116 Discovery • [3]-STS-117 Atlantis • [4]-STS-118 Endeavour • [5]-STS-120 Discovery
[6]-STS-122 Atlantis • [7]-STS-123 Endeavour • [8]-STS-124 Discovery • [9]-STS-125 Atlantis • [10]-STS-126 Endeavour &c
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ATLANTIS / ISS CREW WAKE UP (begins FD 6) (ORBIT #74 :: 03:45AM CST)
COLUMBUS MODULE OUTFITTING BEGINS (ORBIT #75 :: 06:40AM CST)
ATLANTIS / ISS TRANSFERS RESUME (ORBIT #75 :: 06:45AM CST)
SSRMS UNGRAPPLES COLUMBUS MODULE (ORBIT #76 :: 06:55AM CST)
COLUMBUS MODULE PARTIAL INGRESS (ORBIT #76 :: 07:50AM CST)
SHUTTLE KU-BAND ANTENNA REDEPLOYMENT (ORBIT #76 :: 08:15AM CST)
COLUMBUS MODULE INGRESS (ORBIT #80 :: 01:55PM CST)
MISSION STATUS BRIEFING (ORBIT #81 :: 02:30PM CST)
EVA #2 CREW PROCEDURE REVIEW (ORBIT #82 :: 03:55PM CST)
WALHEIM AND SCHLEGEL EVA # 2 CAMPOUT BEGINS (ORBIT #83 :: 06:00PM CST)
ISS CREW SLEEP BEGINS  (ORBIT #84 :: 07:15PM CST)
ATLANTIS CREW SLEEP BEGINS  (ORBIT #84 :: 07:45PM CST)

AZ 74 = INDEPENDENCE DAY = ATTITUDE-TOWARD-OBJECT = FISHBEIN'S ATTITUDE.

AZ 111 = THEORY OF REASONED ACTION = TURNING-POINT DECISION.

AZ 113 = 90 DEGREE TURNING-POINT = COLUMBUS OUTFITTING & INGRESS.

AZ 76 = COLUMBUS OUTFITTING = DOMINIC GORIE (AZ-67 STS-123 ENDEAVOUR, AZ-123 EXPERIMENT LOGISTICS MODULE).

AZ 144 = STS-123 ENDEAVOUR COMMANDER GORIE = STS-123 FLIGHT DIRECTOR MIKE MOSES.

AZ 104 = HARMONY INSTALLATION CARD = INTERNATIONAL ENDEAVOUR.

AZ 78 = GLOBAL ATTITUDE MEASURE = 90° TURNING-POINT = PIPELINE - CHANTAYS.

AZ 142 = STS-123 COMMANDER DOMINIC GORIE = KIBO EXPERIMENT LOGISTICS MODULE.

Crews to Enter Columbus Laboratory Today :: European astronaut and station flight engineer Leopold Eyharts got a look inside the new Columbus laboratory around 9 a.m. EST. Official ingress is scheduled to occur at 2:55 p.m after preliminary outfitting of the new lab. Supplies and equipment will be transferred into the European Space Agency’s Columbus laboratory. Three of the laboratory module’s five payload racks also are scheduled for relocation today. Expedition 16 crew members Leopold Eyharts and Peggy Whitson will be the first to enter Columbus. Later in the day, STS-122 Mission Specialists Rex Walheim and Hans Schlegel will camp out in the station’s Quest Airlock in preparation for Wednesday’s spacewalk, scheduled for 9:35 a.m. EST. On Monday, astronauts used the station’s robotic arm to connect Columbus to the orbital outpost and Walheim and Mission Specialist Stanley Love conducted the first of three scheduled STS-122 spacewalks. Among other tasks, the spacewalkers prepared the new module for its installation.

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