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Expedition Two crew.
From the left are Flight Engineer James Voss, Commander Yury Usachev and Flight Engineer Susan Helms.

ISS CommanderYury Usachev
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* Expedition Four Crew served as a backup for this crew.

Expedition Two Crewmembers Jim Voss and Susan Helms Honor U.S. Military in Memorial Day Message from Station.

Note: The Expedition Two crew did not keep a ship's log during its stay aboard the International Space Station.

Expedition One Crew
IMAGE: Expedition One crew (From left) Soyuz Commander Yuri Gidzenko, Expedition One Commander Bill Shepherd and Flight Engineer Sergei Krikalev lived and worked aboard the International Space Station for more than four months. Expedition One
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Expedition Two Crew Patch.
Mission Overview
Vehicle: Space Shuttle Discovery
International Space Station Flight 5A.1
Launch:March 8, 2001
Docking:March 10, 2001
Undocking:Aug. 20, 2001
Increment Duration:147 days,
16 hours,
43 minutes

Aug. 22, 2001
ISS Assembly Flight 7A.1

Related Links
*Expedition Two Experiments
*One Year of Human Presence on ISS
*Expedition Two Ask
the ISS Crew Answers
*Expedition Two Press Kit
(1.1 Mb PDF)
*Expedition Two Preflight Imagery
*Space Station Science Experiments

Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 04/23/2003
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