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STS-130A


Flight cancelled after the Columbia disaster. Would have flown ISS resupply mission ISS-UF5. Equipment and supplies would have been delivered to the station aboard an MPLM and Express Pallet.

Flight delayed after the Columbia disaster. No crew had been named at the time of the loss of Columbia. STS-130 was to have flown ISS resupply mission ISS-UF5. Equipment and supplies would have been delivered to the station aboard an MPLM and Express Pallet in the cargo bay.

First Launch: Early 2006.

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STS-130A Chronology


Early 2006 - .
  • STS-130 (cancelled) - . Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Program: ISS. Flight: STS-130A. Spacecraft: Endeavour. Flight delayed after the Columbia disaster. No crew had been named at the time of the loss of Columbia. STS-130 was to have flown ISS resupply mission ISS-UF5. Equipment and supplies would have been delivered to the station aboard an MPLM and Express Pallet in the cargo bay.

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