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The STS-112 mission was launched on 7 October 2002,

                                                   
In the history of NASA, the STS-112 mission was launched on 7 October 2002, this mission was originally intended to be launched on 2 October, but for some reason this mission was launched on 7 October.

Atlantis took off in time to deliver the Starboard 1 (S1) for £ 28,000.  ) Truss segment to the International Space Station.  The STS-112 carried two payloads along with it, the S1 integrated truss segment and crew and equipment translation aid cart A, the first of two manned manned carts, it will ride with the ISS Railway, and it is intended for future astronauts  Will provide a mobile work platform.

Which will ride along the space station railway.  In this response three spacewalks were made to connect the S1 truss to the space station usually.  MS Sandra Magnus and ISS science officer Peggy Whitson picked up a 14-ton, 45-foot S1 truss from the payload bay of Atlantis via the station's Canaderm 2, carrying the Wolf S1 with an outboard nadir external camera.  

The station was installed at the end of the S1 truss, and it still remains, today, at the Marshall Space Flight Center at NASA's Payload Operations Integration Center for the International Space Station.  Ndraiy "is as functional, it works 24/7, 365 days in support of iss laboratory.  NASA's History Program is responsible for providing a comprehensive understanding of the institutional, cultural, social, political, economic, technological and scientific aspects of NASA's activities in space.

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