STS -111 (English Space Transportation System) is the designation for a flight mission of the U.S. Space Shuttle Endeavour ( OV -105 ) from NASA. The launch took place on 5 June 2002. It was the 110th Space Shuttle mission, the 18th flight of the Space Shuttle Endeavour and the 14th flight of a shuttle to the International Space Station (ISS).
- Kenneth Cockrell ( 5 spacecraft ), Commander
- Paul Lockhart ( first space flight), Pilot
- Franklin Chang- Diaz ( 7 Space flight), Mission Specialist
- Philippe Perrin (1st space flight), Mission Specialist ( CNES / France)
(Chang - Diaz was the second space driver who has completed seven missions. Was not until two months before Jerry Ross had this record for the first time set up )
ISS crew Departure
ISS Expedition 5:
- Valeri Korzun ( second space flight), Commander
- Peggy Whitson ( first space flight ), aircraft engineer
- Sergei Treschtschow ( first space flight), flight engineer
- Alexander Kaleri for Korsun
- Scott Kelly for Whitson
- Dmitri Kondratyev for Treschev
ISS Crew Return
ISS Expedition 4:
- Yuri Onufrienko ( second space flight ), Commander
- Daniel Bursch ( 4 space flight), flight engineer
- Carl Walz ( fourth space flight), flight engineer
(after a flight time of 195 days, 19 hours and 39 minutes returned to Earth; way with STS -108 )
The Endeavour delivered the final component to which the Mobile Base System (MBS ), which could be completed by STS -110 delivered the transport system. With its help, now the Canadarm2 could move much faster on the station. Furthermore, new experiments for the scientists with the Multi-Purpose Logistics Module ( MPLM ) Leonardo were delivered.
A total of three EVAs were conducted during the Endeavour was connected to the ISS by Chang - Diaz and Perrin.