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STS-61-E
Mission duration8 days, 22 hours, 2 minutes
Spacecraft properties
SpacecraftSpace Shuttle Columbia
Crew
Crew size7
MembersJon McBride
Richard N. Richards
Jeffrey A. Hoffman
David Leestma
Robert A. Parker
Samuel T. Durrance
Ronald A. Parise
Start of mission
Launch date6 March 1986, 10:45 (1986-03-06UTC10:45Z) UTC
Launch siteKennedy LC-39B
End of mission
Landing date15 March 1986, 08:47 (1986-03-15UTC08:48Z) UTC
Landing siteKennedy Runway 15
Orbital parameters
Inclination28.5 degrees
STS-61-E patch.png
STS-61-E crew.jpg

Back row, L-R: Durrance, Parker, Hoffman, Parise. Front row, L-R: Richards, McBride, Leestma 

STS-61-E was a United States Space Shuttle mission planned to launch on 6 March 1986 using Columbia. It was cancelled after the Challenger disaster.

Crew

Position Astronaut
Commander Jon A. McBride
Would have been second spaceflight
Pilot Richard N. Richards
Would have been first spaceflight
Mission Specialist 1 Jeffrey A. Hoffman
Would have been second spaceflight
Mission Specialist 2 David C. Leestma
Would have been second spaceflight
Mission Specialist 3 Robert A. Parker
Would have been second spaceflight
Payload Specialist 1 Samuel T. Durrance
Would have been first spaceflight
Payload Specialist 2 Ronald A. Parise
Would have been first spaceflight

Mission objectives

Columbia was to carry the ASTRO-1 observatory, which would be used to make astronomical observations including observations of Comet Halley. ASTRO-1 consisted of three ultraviolet telescopes mounted on two Spacelab pallets, controlled by the Instrument Pointing System which was first tested on STS-51-F.[1]

After the Challenger disaster, the flight was remanifested as STS-35 and several crew members were replaced. Both Richards and Leestma were reassigned to STS-28 while McBride left NASA in 1989. Vance Brand replaced McBride as the commander while Guy Gardner and Mike Lounge replaced Richards and Leestma, respectively.

See also

References

  1. ^ Evans, Ben (2005). Space Shuttle Columbia: Her Missions and Crews. Springer Science + Business Media. p. 99. ISBN 0-387-21517-4.

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