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STS-9 Features audio extracts from the 6th space shuttle mission (November 28-December 8th 1983) which carried the first Spacelab laboratory. Crew - Commander: John Young, Pilot: Brewster Shaw, Mission Specialists: Owen Garriott, Robert Parker with Payload Specialists: Byron Lichtenberg and Ulf Merbold (ESA Germany)
STS-9 Mission Data
Launched: 28 November 1983
Landed: 8 December 1983
Duration: 10 days, 7 hours, 47 minutes and 24 seconds
Sequence: 9th Shuttle Mission : 6th Columbia (OV-102) Mission
Track One run time 30.18
1 - Launch through MECO
2 - Payload Bay Doors Opened
3 - Spacelab Ingress
4 - Experiment 201: Effects of rectilinear accelerations, optokinetic and caloric stimulations in space
5 - Experiment 003: Atmospheric Emission Photometric Imaging
6 - Meal Preoaratiions.
7 - Liquid Processing Experiments and Crew Actions
8 - Experiment 025: Discrimination during weightlessness
9 - Exp. 326: Fluid Physics Module Oscillation damping of a Liquid in natural Levitation.
10 - Vestibular experiments using helmet device.
Track Two run time 24.37
11 - Experiment 104: Vestiulo-spinal reflex mechanisms [Drop & Shock]
12 - US President Ronald Reagan & German Chancellor Helmut Kohl. Spacelab on-orbit Crew Conference
13 - Experiment 321: Mirror Heating Furnace Zone Crystallisation of silicon
14 - SAL Activation procedures and operations at MET 7 days through MET 8 days.
15 - Go for De-Orbit
16 - Landing
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