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IMAGE: Expedition 4 crew.
Expedition 4 Commander Yury I. Onufrienko (standing at center), flanked by Flight Engineers Daniel W. Bursch (left) and Carl E. Walz.

ISS CommanderYury I. Onufrienko
Crew InterviewCrew Menus
Flight EngineerDaniel W. BurschCrew InterviewCrew Menus
Flight EngineerCarl E. WalzCrew InterviewCrew Menus
*Astronauts Steve Robinson and Mike Fincke are backup flight engineers and Cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko is the backup commander.

Walz, Bursch Break U.S. Space Flight Endurance Record
During Expedition 4's 196 days in space, Flight Engineers Carl Walz and Dan Bursch broke the U.S. space flight endurance record. The previous record was 188 days.
Walz is second for the most cumulative time in space by a U.S. astronaut with 231 days, and Bursch is third with 227 days. Expedition 8 Commander Michael Foale has the most cumulative time in space for U.S. astronauts. He surpassed Walz on Dec. 8, 2003. This was Expedition 4 Commander Yury Onufrienko's second long-duration flight, giving him a total of 389 days.

Check out Expedition 4 Memorial Day message videos.

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On April 6, 2002, Flight Engineer Dan Bursch submitted a report marking 120 days in space for the Expedition 4 crewmembers.

Flight Engineer Carl Walz writes about his Feb. 20, 2002, spacewalking experience during Expedition 4.

Expedition 3 Crew
IMAGE: The Expedition 3 crew Expedition 3 crewmembers (from left) Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin, Commander Frank Culbertson and Pilot Vladimir Dezhurov handed off their assignments to the Expedition Four crew during space shuttle mission STS-108 in December 2001.
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Time in Orbit

How does this work?
Mission Patch
Expedition 4 Crew Patch.
Mission Overview

Space Shuttle Endeavour
International Space Station Flight UF-1

Launch: Dec. 5, 2001
Docking:Dec. 7, 2001
Undocking:June 15, 2002
Increment Duration:181 days,
0 hours,
44 minutes

June 19, 2002
ISS Assembly Flight UF-2

Related Links
*Expedition 4 In-Flight Imagery
*STS-111 Landing Video
*Expedition 4 Experiments
*Expedition Crew Timelines
*Soyuz 4 Taxi Crew Biographies
*ISS Turns Two
*Expedition 4 Press Kit
(1.1 Mb PDF)
*Expedition 4 Preflight Imagery
*Space Station Science Experiments

Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 12/08/2003
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