Manned Flight nº: 226

Earth orbit Flight nº: 223

USA manned Flight nº: 136

12th manned flight to ISS. - Mission: ISS-7A

Launch, orbit & landing data:

Designation 26862 / 01028A
Launch date - time 12 Jul 2001 - 09:03:59 UT
Launch site KSC, LC39A (39B? Ref #7)
Launch vehicle  Space Shuttle
Orbiter Atlantis #24 (OV-104)
Primary payload Quest module
Mass (kg) 
Flight Crew Lindsay, Hobaugh, Gernhardt
Kavandi, Reilly
Docking date - time 14 Jul 2001 - 03:08 UT
Target spacecraft/port ISS/xx port
Earth orbit on :
   - Perigee / Apogee  km
   - Inclination °
   - Period  min
Undocking date - time 22 Jul 2001 - 04:55 UT
Landing date - time 25 Jul 2001 - 03:38:55 UT
Landing location KSC, Runway 15
Flight Duration 12d 18h 35m
Nbr orbits 200

Launch crew

Nr. Surname Given name Job Duration
1  Lindsey  Steven Wayne  CDR 12d 18h 35m 
2  Hobaugh  Charles Owen  PLT 12d 18h 35m 
3  Gernhardt  Michael Landon  MSP 12d 18h 35m 
4  Reilly  James Francis II  MSP 12d 18h 35m 
5  Kavandi  Janet Lynn  MSP 12d 18h 35m 


Launch from Cape Canaveral; Landing on Cape Canaveral; Mission ISS-10-7A Joint Airlock; Docking on ISS; EVA by Gernhardt and Reilly on 14.07.2001 (5h 59m) to install Joint Airlock Module ("Quest") and attaching two high-pressure oxygen tanks; another EVA by Gernhardt and Reilly on 18.07.2001 (6h 29m) to mount one oxygen and one nitrogen tank; third EVA (using first time the new airlock Quest) by Gernhardt and Reilly on 20.07.2001 (4h 02m) (attaching the final nitrogen tank);

Mission details:

Astrophilately covers:


Launch cancel KSC. Credit: J. Vd Dr.


Landing cancel KSC. Credit: J. Vd Dr.

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