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Consolidated Launch Manifest

ISS Assembly Sequence: Planning as of December 2001

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Feb. 28, 2002N/AU.S. Orbiter
  • Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission
April 4, 20028AU.S. Orbiter
  • Central Truss Segment (ITS S0)
  • Mobile Transporter (MT)
May 2, 2002UF-2U.S. Orbiter
  • Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM)
  • Payload racks
  • Mobile Base System (MBS)
  • Crew Rotation
July 11, 2002N/AU.S. Orbiter
  • Research Mission
Aug. 1, 20029AU.S. Orbiter
  • First starboard truss segment (ITS S1)
  • Radiators
  • Crew & Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) Cart A
Sept. 6, 200211AU.S. Orbiter
  • First port truss segment (ITS P1)
  • Crew & Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) Cart B
  • Crew Rotation
January 2003ULF1U.S. Orbiter
  • Raffaello Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM)
  • Utilization and Logistics Flight
  • External Stowage Platform (ESP-2)
April 200312AU.S. Orbiter
  • Second left-side truss segment (ITS P3/P4)
  • Solar array and batteries
May 200312A.1U.S. Orbiter
  • Third port truss segment (ITSP5)
  • SPACEHAB single cargo module
  • Logistics and Supplies
August 200313AU.S. Orbiter
  • Second starboard truss segment (ITS S3/S4)
  • Solar array set and batteries
September 200313A.1U.S. Orbiter
  • SPACEHAB Single Cargo Module
  • Third starboard truss segment (ITS S5)
  • Logistics and Supplies
January 2004 15AU.S. Orbiter
  • Fourth starboard truss segment
  • Solar Arrays and Batteries
February 200410AU.S. Orbiter
  • U.S. Node 2
Note: ISS Assembly Flights after 10A remain under review as to content and launch dates. The following is planning from the June 2001 Rev. F Assembly Sequence.
TBD9A.1U.S. Orbiter
    • Russian Science Platform (SPP)
    TBD3RRussian Proton
    • Universal Docking Module (UDM)
    TBD5R Russian Soyuz
    • Docking Compartment 2 (DC2)
    TBDUF-4U.S. Orbiter
    • Spacelab Pallet carrying "Canada Hand" (Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator)
    February 20041J/A U.S. Orbiter
    • Japanese Experiment Module Experiment Logistics Module (JEM ELM PS)
    • Science Power Platform (SPP) solar arrays with truss
    April 2004ATV
    • European Automated Transfer Vehicle
    May 20041JU.S. Orbiter
    • Kibo Japanese Experiment Module (JEM)
    • Japanese Remote Manipulator System (JEM RMS)
    September 2004UF-3U.S. Orbiter
    October 20041EU.S. Orbiter
    • European Laboratory - Columbus Module
    TBDN/AU.S. Orbiter
    • Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission
    January 20052J/A U.S. Orbiter
    • Japanese Experiment Module Exposed Facility (JEM EF)
    • Cupola
    February 2005UF-5U.S. Orbiter
    March 20059RRussian Proton
    • Docking and Stowage Module (DSM)
    May 200514AU.S. Orbiter
    • Science Power Platform (SPP) Solar Arrays
    • Zvezda Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris (MMOD) Wings
    • MT/CETA Rails
    June 2005UF-6U.S. Orbiter
        July 200520AU.S. Orbiter
        • U.S. Node 3
        August 20058RRussian Soyuz
        • Research Module 1
        September 200516AU.S. Orbiter
        • Habitation Module
        October 200517AU.S. Orbiter
        • Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM)
        • System racks
        • Common Berthing Adapter CBA -- an interface between the Crew Return Vehicle and Node 3
        December 200518AU.S. Orbiter
        January 200619AU.S. Orbiter
        • Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM)
        March 200610RRussian Soyuz
        • Research Module 2
        April 2006UF-7U.S. Orbiter
        • Centrifuge Accommodation Module (CAM)
        Additional Progress, Soyuz, H-II Transfer Vehicle and Automated Transfer Vehicle flights for crew transport, logistics and resupply are not listed.

        Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 02/26/2002
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