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Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology.

Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield

hearing before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, second session, July 28, 1982.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mattingly, T. Ken,
  • Hartsfield, Henry W.,
  • Columbia (Spacecraft)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFlight of S.T.S.-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield, Flight of STS-Four with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield, Flight of S.T.S.-Four with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 22 p. ;
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17073647M

    The J flight of the Space Shuttle Columbia was the first ever shuttle flight piloted by two graduates of the same university. Two very proud graduates. But that fancy copy of the creed may not have been the only Auburn thing astronauts Ken “Played by Gary Sinise” Mattingly (’58) and Henry Hartsfield (’54) carried with them into orbit. Henry "Hank" Warren Hartsfield Jr., a former NASA astronaut and veteran of three space shuttle missions, died peacefully, surrounded by his wife, Frances, and family, on J He was

    Bachelor of Science in aeronautical and astronautical engineering from Purdue Master of Science in physical science from the University of Houston-Clear Lake Flew STS on Discovery in Flew STS on Endeavour in Flew STS on Atlantis in Flew STS on Discovery in 3 EVAs with total time of 18 hours 29 minutes Total time.   Space Shuttle Flight 11 (STSC) Post Flight Presentation, narrated by the astronauts (19 minutes). Launch: April 6, Crew: Robert Crippen, .

    Auburn Astronauts Collection, RG Date Span: Size of Collection: cubic ft. Biographical Sketch: Henry "Hank" Hartsfield and Thomas "Ken" Mattingly graduated from Auburn University and entered NASA's astronaut program. After distinguished careers in the space program, they served as crew member and commander of the Columbia Four space shuttle mission in   An unflappable man with an Alabama drawl, Mr. Hartsfield was a space rookie at As co-pilot of the Columbia, he spent seven days in space with commander Ken Mattingly on a .


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Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology. Download PDF EPUB FB2

STS-4, being the last test flight of the Space Shuttle, was also the last to carry a crew of two astronauts. Commander Ken Mattingly had previously flown as Command Module Pilot on Apo and was also the original Command Module Pilot for Apollo 13 before being famously replaced by his backup, Jack ield was a rookie who had transferred to NASA in after the cancellation Crew size: 2.

Get this from a library. Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield: hearing before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, second session, J [United States. Congress.

House. Committee on Science and Technology.]. Hartsfield served as backup pilot for STS-2 and STS-3, Columbia's second and third orbital flight tests. Hartsfield was the pilot on STS-4, the fourth and final orbital test flight of the shuttle Columbia, which launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on J He was accompanied by Thomas K.

Mattingly (spacecraft commander) on this seven-day mission designed to: further verify Missions: STS-4, STSD, STSA. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Space shuttle astronauts Thomas 'Ken' Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield, tight-lipped during the busiest part of their mission, spent much of their last full day in orbit.

Mattingly was named to command STS-4, the fourth and final orbital test flight of the Space Shuttle Columbia, launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on J with Henry W. Hartsfield Jr., as the pilot. This 7-day mission was designed to further verify ascent and entry phases of shuttle missions; perform continued studies of the Missions: Apo STS-4, STSC.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science and Technology: Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield [microform]: hearing before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S.

House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, second session, July. Mattingly's first shuttle flight in was STS-4, the last test flight of Columbia. Mattingly and crewmate Henry Hartsfield spent seven days in space checking parameters such as Columbia's.

Committee on Science and Tech. Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield, (subj.) t.p. (astronaut, Capt. Ken Mattingly) p. 1 (Comdr. Thomas K.

Mattingly) p. 3 (Ken Mattingly). NASA Astronaut Hank Hartsfield, Led First Flight of Space Shuttle Discovery, Dies at 80 [image]Former NASA astronaut Henry W.

(Hank) Hartsfield Jr., who served as commander of space shuttle Discovery’s maiden mission and flew on three shuttle flights, died on July 17 after an : Jerry Wright. – NASA astronaut Henry "Hank" Hartsfield, who in commanded the maiden mission of the space shuttle Discovery, died on Thursday (July 17).

He was Hartsfield's death came as a result of complications from back surgery he had several months ago, according to his fellow astronaut and STSD crewmember Mike Mullane. Apollo 13 by Ron Howard (Visual); On the moon with Apollo a guidebook to the Descartes region by Gene Simmons (Book); Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T.

Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield: hearing before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, second session, J by United States (Book).

Mattingly was named to command STS-4, the fourth and final orbital test flight of the Space Shuttle Columbia, launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on J with Henry W. Hartsfield Jr. Henry "Hank" Hartsfield, born Novem in Birmingham, Alabama, was a veteran of 3 Space Shuttle flights, including one of the first, STS-4 aboard Junehe and Ken Mattingly made the final test run of the Space Shuttle program, which was the last time only two astronauts were aboard a shuttle.

Committee on Science and Tech. Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield, (subj.) Selected Co-authors Young, John, STS-4, the fourth and final orbital test flight of the Shuttle Columbia, launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on J Mattingly was the spacecraft commander and Henry W.

Hartsfield. Space Shuttle Columbia (STS-4), launched Jwas the final test flight for the shuttle program. After a successful week-long mission, the shuttle was deemed to be operational. Its crew consisted of Commander Ken Mattingly and Pilot Henry Hartsfield.

After launch, the solid rocket boosters were lost when their main parachutes failed. Title Sources; The landing of the space shuttle: New York times (online), viewed J U.S.

Cong. House. Committee on Science and Tech. Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield, (subj.). Henry Hartsfield. Henry “Hank” Hartsfield became an astronaut in and is a veteran of three Space Shuttle flights with hours in space.

He was pilot of Space Shuttle Columbia’s fourth and final test flight, STS After seven days of rigorous tests, Columbia landed on July 4,at Edwards AFB to the cheers of one million people.

Buy Space Shuttle Columbia - Sts - 4 Crew - Commemorative Envelope Signed with co-signers: Historical & Political - FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchasesPrice: $ Book Description: Come Fly with Us is the story of an elite group of space travelers who flew as members of many space shuttle crews from pre-Challenger days to Columbia is the story of an elite group of space travelers who flew as members of many space shuttle crews from pre-Challenger days to.

Committee on Science and Tech. Flight of STS-4 with astronauts Captain T. Ken Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield, (subj.) t.p. (Henry Hartsfield, astronaut) p.

1 (Pilot Henry W. Hartsfield) p. 3 (Hank Hartsfield).Gary Sinise played Mattingly in the movie Apollo During the space shuttle program, Mattingly commanded Columbia (STS-4) with Henry Harsfield June-Julythe final test flight for the shuttle. He commanded Discovery (STSC) in Januarythe first space shuttle mission dedicated to the Department of Defense.EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, CA - JULY 4: Columbia astronauts Thomas K.

Mattingly and Pilot Henry W. Hartsfield stand next to President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan as the President addresses a crowd after the shuttle landing on July 4, at Edwards Air Force Base, California.

The seven-day test-flight was its fourth mission.