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					                            International Space Station Assembly Flights (through Flight 2J/A)

  ISS/
                        International Space Station Assembly Flights (through Flight ULF3)
          LAUNCH
SHUTTLE                                MODULE                                               DESCRIPTION
           DATE
 FLIGHT
 1A/R                                                         The Functional Cargo Block is the first American Russian module delivered
          11/20/98    FGB (Zarya)                             to orbit to begin the building of the International Space Station (ISS). It
STS-88
                                                              provides battery power and fuel storage.
                                                              Provides ports and points to attach other modules and the truss segment,
                     Node 1 (Unity)                           respectively. Used for crew and equipment storage and for pressurized
                                                              access between modules.

                                                              Pressurized Mating Adapter #1 connects the Node to the FGB module.
  2A
          12/4/98        PMA 1
STS-96


                                                              Pressurized Mating Adapter #2 is where the Orbiter/Shuttle docks for
                         PMA 2                                logistics and assembly ISS/Shuttle flight operations.

                                                              Provided early living room and life support to the ISS. Accommodations
   1R                Service Module                           include sleeping area, toilet, hygiene facilities, and an eating area.
          7/12/00
 Proton                 (Zvezda)

                                                              A truss segment that provides additional attach-points for external
                                                              hardware, along with a KU-Band antenna installed on it.
                        Z1 Truss
  3A
          10/11/00
STS-92
                                                              Pressurized Mating Adapter #3
                         PMA 3


                                                              A truss segment located on the outermost port side of the ISS, which
  4A                                                          includes the first U.S. solar panels and a radiator. P6 was temporarily
          12/1/00       P6 Truss                              installed on the Z1 truss. P6 provides solar power with the solar panels and
STS-97
                                                              batteries.

                                                              Primary U.S. laboratory with science equipment and technology for
  5A                    U.S. Lab                              research. It also contains electronics to help control the ISS.
           2/7/01
STS-98                  (Destiny)

                                                              The Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS) is the robotic
  6A                    SSRMS                                 arm provided by Canada. It helps with assembly and maintenance during
          4/19/01
STS-100              (Canada Arm 2)                           spacewalks and for remote control tasks. A UHF antenna is installed.


                                                              The Shuttle robotic arm installs the Airlock; in this module, the crew
  7A                  U.S. Airlock                            prepares and exits the ISS to conduct American and Russian spacewalks.
          7/12/01
STS-104                 (Quest)                               Its high pressure gas system supports spacewalks.

                                                              Russian module where Russian vehicles are docked and airlock for the
                        Docking
  4R                                                          ingress and egress of Russian spacewalks.. The Strela Boom, cargo
          9/14/01    Compartment /
 Soyuz                                                        crane, is also delivered.
                      Airlock (Pirs)

                                                              The Starboard 0 Truss is the center truss segment of the ISS is installed on
                                                              the U.S. Lab module. It is the ISS “backbone”.
                        S0 Truss
  8A
           4/8/02
STS-110
                                                              The Mobile Transporter (MT) is a moveable base for the robotic arm to
                        Mobile                                move along the truss segments and can be controlled from the inside of the
                      Transporter                             ISS; aids crew and equipment translation during assembly or maintenance
                                                              tasks.
                                                              The Mobile Base System (MBS) is a work platform and an interface to the
 UF-2                 Mobile Base                             MT to help handle large hardware and payloads.
           6/5/02
STS-111                System


                                                              S1 connects to the S0 Truss on the starboard side and provides
  9A                   S1 Truss &                             attachment points. Radiator for cooling is delivered. The Crew and
          10/7/02
STS-112               CETA Cart A                             Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) Cart helps move equipment along the
                                                              Integrated Truss Segment.
                           International Space Station Assembly Flights (through Flight 2J/A)

  ISS/
          LAUNCH
SHUTTLE                              MODULE                                                DESCRIPTION
           DATE
 FLIGHT
                                                             The Port 1 Truss connects to the port side of the S0 Truss, and provides
  11A                 P1 Truss &                             attachment points. Radiator for cooling is delivered. The CETA Cart helps
          11/23/02
STS-113              CETA Cart B                             move equipment along the Integrated Truss Segment.


                                                             The External Stowage Platform (ESP) 2 is a storage pallet outside of the
 LF-1                                                        ISS to store replacement units to help in assembly and maintenance of the
          7/26/05       ESP-2
STS-114                                                      ISS.


                                                             Part of the ISS backbone on the port side that provides attachment points
  12A                                                        for modules, payloads, and systems equipment; it includes solar panels
           9/9/06     P3/P4 Truss
STS-115                                                      and a radiator.


                                                             Part of the ISS backbone on the port side that provides attachment points
                                                             for modules, payloads, and systems equipment.
 12A.1    12/10/06     P5 Truss


                                                             Part of the ISS backbone on the starboard side that provides attachment
                                                             points for modules, payloads, and systems equipment; it includes solar
  13A      6/9/07     S3/S4 Truss
                                                             panels and a radiator..

                                                             A storage pallet outside of the ISS to store replacement units to help with
                                                             assembly and maintenance of the ISS.
                        ESP-3

 13A.1
           8/8/07
STS-118                                                      Part of the ISS backbone on the starboard side that provides attachment
                                                             points for modules, payloads, and systems equipment.
                       S5 Truss


                                                             Provides ports and points to attach other modules, specifically the
                        Node 2                               European laboratory and the Japanese laboratory. It is used for storage
  10A     10/23/07
                      (Harmony)                              and for pressurized access between modules.


                                                             Research and experimentation in microgravity conditions for European
                       European                              experiments.
  1E       2/7/08      Laboratory
                      (Columbus)

                                                             The Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) Experiment Logistics Module-
                         JEM                                 Pressurized Section (ELM-PS) provides laboratory facilities for Japanese
                     ELM-PS (Kibo)                           material experiments and life science research.

 1J/A     3/11/08
                                                             The Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) is a robotic arm that
                                                             provides dexterous manipulation for operations outside of the ISS.
                        SPDM


                                                             The JEM Pressurized Module (PM) provides laboratory facilities for
                                                             Japanese material experiments and life science research.
  1J      5/31/08    JEM (Kibo) PM


                                                             The truss segment located on the outermost starboard side of the ISS at
                                                             which the solar panels and a radiator are attached.
  15A     2/12/09      S6 Truss


                                                             The JEM Exposed Facility (EF) is a science pallet outside of the ISS that is
 2J/A                                                        provided by the Japanese.
          7/15/09       JEM-EF
STS-127

				
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