STS-60 -- Discovery mission No. 18 (60th shuttle program mission overall)

<li> STS-60 -- Discovery mission No. 18 (60th shuttle program mission overall)
<li> Feb. 3-11, 1994 
<li> Landing site: Kennedy Space Center
<li> Crew:  Charles F. Bolden (4), Commander; Kenneth S. Reightler Jr.(2), Pilot; N. Jan Davis (2), Mission Specialist 1; Ronald M. Sega (1), Mission Specialist 2; Franklin R. Chang-Diaz (4), Mission Specialist 3; Sergei K. Krikalev (3), Mission Specialist 4 (Russia) 
<li> Of interest: First Russian on shuttle. Good Morning America performed a live bi-directional audio and downlink video hookup between astronauts onboard Discovery and three Cosmonauts onboard the Soviet Mir Space Station. Discovery was over the Pacific ocean and Mir was over the southern United States.
<li> <a target="new" href="http://science.ksc.nasa.gov/shuttle/missions/sts-60/mission-sts-60.html">More info from NASA</a>

( September 11, 2014 )

  • STS-60 -- Discovery mission No. 18 (60th shuttle program mission overall)
  • Feb. 3-11, 1994
  • Landing site: Kennedy Space Center
  • Crew: Charles F. Bolden (4), Commander; Kenneth S. Reightler Jr.(2), Pilot; N. Jan Davis (2), Mission Specialist 1; Ronald M. Sega (1), Mission Specialist 2; Franklin R. Chang-Diaz (4), Mission Specialist 3; Sergei K. Krikalev (3), Mission Specialist 4 (Russia)
  • Of interest: First Russian on shuttle. Good Morning America performed a live bi-directional audio and downlink video hookup between astronauts onboard Discovery and three Cosmonauts onboard the Soviet Mir Space Station. Discovery was over the Pacific ocean and Mir was over the southern United States.
  • More info from NASA

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