Sts4

4th Shuttle flight and 4th flight of Columbia

1st classified Department of Defense payload to fly on board the

Shuttle, last two-man Shuttle crew, 1st middeck test of Shuttle spacesuit and last Orbital Flight Test of Columbia

27 June 1982 at 3:00:00 pm GMT from Pad 39A at Kennedy

Space Center in Florida

Development Flight Instrumentation (DFI), Interim Environmental Contamination Monitor (IECM), Department of Defense Payload (DoD-82-1), Continuous Flow Electrophoresis System (CFES), Monodisperse Latex Reactor (MLR), Shuttle

Max. altitude Max. inclination Landing

Distance Orbits Duration Crew

Student Involvement Project (SSIP), Vapour Phase Compression Freezer (VPCF) and one Getaway Special (GAS) canister 315 km 28.5 degrees

4 July 1982 at 4:09:31 pm GMT on Runway 22 at Edwards Air Force Base in California 4,668,000 km 112

7 days, 1 hour, 9 minutes and 31 seconds

Capt Thomas Kenneth Mattingly II, 46, US Navy, commander

Henry Warren Hartsfield Jr, 48, pilot

Designation

Sequence Milestones

Launch Payload

Max. altitude Max. inclination Landing

Distance Orbits Duration Crew

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