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Brandenstein (Cdr); John O. Creighton (Pilot); John M. Fabian (MS1); Steven R. Nagel (MS2); Shannon W. Lucid (MS3); Sultan Abdul Aziz Al-Saud (PS1), Saudi Arabia; Patrick Baudry (PS2), CNES (France) Patrick Baudry of France and Sultan Abdul Aziz Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia were the international payload specialists for this flight, which successfully launched three commu- A drop centered in this 35mm frame served as a test subject for the principal investigator of the Drop Dynamics Module Experiment on mission STS-51B.

24-meter (50-foot) Remote Manipulator System arm and operated the Shuttle’s first payload: a package of Earth-viewing instruments stored in the cargo bay. A sound-suppressing system was installed to eliminate the problem created by the Shuttle’s main engine’s shock wave at ignition. STS-3 (Third Shuttle flight) 22–30 March 1982 Columbia (Third flight) Crew: Jack R. Lousma (Cdr) and Charles G. “Gordo” Fullerton (Pilot) The longest of the Shuttle test flights, STS-3 carried space-viewing instruments for the first time.

President Richard Nixon and Soviet President Aleksey Kosygin. their backups visited and trained at the Johnson Space Center, and the American crew and their backups paid visits to Moscow. Flight controllers from both nations also conducted joint simulations. Although Apollo-Soyuz was a one-time-only event, it created a sense of goodwill that transcended the simple “handshake in space” that was its most visible symbol. Apollo-Soyuz Statistics The American crew for this goodwill flight included Thomas Stafford, a veteran of three flights,Vance Brand, Date: 1975 who had never flown in space, and Mercury astronaut Deke Slayton, the only one of the original seven astro­ Vehicles: Saturn IB launcher, Apollo Command Module nauts who had never flown (due to a heart condition).

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