Sts80

80th Shuttle flight and 21st flight of Columbia Longest Shuttle mission to date, oldest man to fly into space to date, 1st double satellite deployment and retrieval conducted by Columbia and 1st spacewalk cancelled due to airlock hatch problems

19 November 1996 at 7:55:47 pm GMT from Pad 39B at Kennedy Space Center in Florida

Orbiting and Retrievable Far and Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrometer-Shuttle Pallet Satellite (ORFEUS-SPAS)-2, Wake Shield Facility (WSF)-3, Extravehicular Activity Development Flight Test (EDFT), Space Experiment Module (SEM), National Institutes of Health (NIH)-R4, Commercial Materials Dispersion Apparatus Instrument Technology Associates Experiments (CMIX), Biological Research In Canisters (BRIC), Cell Culture Module (CCM) and Extended Duration Orbiter (EDO) pallet 350 km 28.5 degrees

7 December 1996 at 11:49:05 am GMT on Runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center in Florida 12,000,000 km 277

17 days, 15 hours, 53 minutes and 18 seconds Kenneth Dale Cockrell, 46, commander Cdr Kent Vernon Rominger, 40, US Navy, pilot Dr Tamara Elizabeth Jernigan, 37, mission specialist 1 Dr Thomas David Jones, 41, mission specialist 2 Dr Franklin Story Musgrave, 61, mission specialist 3

Designation

Sequence Milestones

Launch Payload

Max. altitude Max. inclination Landing

Distance Orbits Duration Crew

Designation

Sequence

Milestones

Launch

Payload

Max. altitude Max. inclination Landing

Distance Orbits Duration Crew

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