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The CrewCargoTimelineEVAShuttle ArchivesPrevious mission: STS-107Next mission: STS-121STS-114: America's Space Shuttle returns to flight
Mission Patch
IMAGE: STS-114 crew patch
The STS-114 patch design signifies the return of the Space Shuttle to flight and honors the memory of the STS-107 Columbia crew.

The blue Shuttle rising above Earth's horizon includes the Columba constellation of seven stars, echoing the STS-107 patch and commemorating the seven members of that mission. The crew of STS-114 will carry the memory of their friends on Columbia and the legacy of their mission back into Earth orbit.

STS-114 Crew
The Space Shuttle returned to flight in July 2005. During the 14-day mission, Shuttle Discovery docked with the International Space Station. The crew conducted three spacewalks, including one unprecedented excursion to the Shuttle's underbelly to remove gap fillers from between the orbiter's heat-shielding tiles.


Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 08/22/2005
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