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Raumfahrt-History - 1992 Space-Shuttle STS-47 Endeavour Mission

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Mission: Spacelab-J
Space Shuttle: Endeavour
Launch Pad: 39B 
Launch Weight: 258,679 pounds
Launched: September 12, 1992, 10:23:00 a.m. EDT
Landing Site: Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Landing: September 20, 1992, 8:53:23 a.m. EDT
Landing Weight: 218,854 pounds
Runway: 33 
Rollout Distance: 8,567 feet
Rollout Time: 51 seconds
Revolution: 126
Mission Duration: 7 days, 22 hours, 30 minutes, 23 seconds
Orbit Altitude: 166 nautical miles
Orbit Inclination: 57 degrees
Miles Traveled: 3.3 million 

Crew Members

                   STS-47 Crew Photo

Image above: STS-47 Crew photo with Commander Robert L. Gibson, Pilot Curtis L. Brown Jr., Mission Specialists Mark C. LeeN. Jan DavisJay AptMae C. Jemison and Payload Specialist Mamoru Mohri. Image Credit: NASA 

Mission Highlights

STS-47 Mission PatchSpacelab-J -- a joint NASA and National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA) mission utilizing a manned Spacelab module -- conducted microgravity investigations in materials and life sciences. The international crew, consisting of the first Japanese astronaut to fly aboard the shuttle, the first African-American woman to fly in space and the first married couple to fly on the same space mission, was divided into red and blue teams for around the clock operations. Spacelab-J included 24 materials science and 20 life sciences experiments, of which 35 were sponsored by NASDA, 7 by NASA and two collaborative efforts. 

Materials science investigations covered such fields as biotechnology, electronic materials, fluid dynamics and transport phenomena, glasses and ceramics, metals and alloys, and acceleration measurements. Life sciences included experiments on human health, cell separation and biology, developmental biology, animal and human physiology and behavior, space radiation, and biological rhythms. Test subjects included the crew, Japanese koi fish (carp), cultured animal and plant cells, chicken embryos, fruit flies, fungi and plant seeds, and frogs and frog eggs. 

Twelve Get Away Special (GAS) canisters (10 with experiments, 2 with ballast) were carried in the payload bay. Middeck experiments were: Israeli Space Agency Investigation About Hornets (ISAIAH), Solid Surface Combustion Experiment (SSCE), Shuttle Amateur Radio Experiment (SAREX II), Air Force Maui Optical Site (AMOS), and Ultraviolet Plume Imager (UVPI).
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STS-47 Endeavour, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 105, Official portrait includes the seven crewmembers wearing launch and entry suits (LESs). These seven crewmembers are currently in training for the STS-47 Spacelab J (SLJ) mission scheduled for later this year. Pictured are (left to right, front) Mission Specialist (MS) Jerome Apt and Pilot Curtis L. Brown, Jr (both holding launch and entry helmets (LEHs)); and (left to right, rear) MS N. Jan Davis, MS and Payload Commander (PLC) Mark C. Lee, Commander Robert L. Gibson, MS Mae C. Jemison, and Japanese Payload Specialist Mamoru Mohri. Mohri is representing the National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA). In the background are the flags of the United States (U.S.) and Japan. Portrait was made by NASA JSC contract photographer Robert G. Markowitz. 
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STS-47 flight crew egress training during Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT).
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Looking Back: Astronaut Mae Jemison Suits Up For Launch
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STS-47 crewmembers during KSC terminal countdown demonstration test (TCDT) 
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STS-47 Payload Specialist Mohri at the MSFC Payload Crew Training Complex 
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