Deployed and retrieved Spartan 201, WSF 2. Payloads: Wake Shield Facility (WSF) 2; Shuttle Pointed Autonomous Research Tool for As-tronomy (SPARTAN) 201; International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker (IEH)1; Inter-Mars Tissue Equivalent Proportional Counter (ITEPC); Extravehicular Activity Development Flight Test (EDFT) 2; Capillary Pumped Loop (CAPL) 2/ getaway special (GAS) bridge assembly with five GAS payloads; Auroral Photography Experiment (APE) B; Biological Research in Canisters (BRIC); Commercial Generic Bioprocessing Apparatus (CGBA), Configuration A; Electrolysis Perfor-mance Improvement Concept Study (EPICS); Space Tissue Loss (STL)/National Institutes of Health (NIH) Cells (C); Commercial Middeck Instrumentation Technology Associates Experiment (CMIX).
Orbits of Earth: 171. Distance traveled: 7,242,047 km. Orbiter Liftoff Mass: 116,486 kg. Orbiter Mass at Landing: 99,737 kg. Payload to Orbit: 11,499 kg. Payload Returned: 11,477 kg. Landed at: Concrete runway 33 at Kennedy Space Center, Florid. EVA: James S. Voss and Michael L. Gernhardt for 6 hours, 45 minutes. Voss and Gernhardt performed a number of tasks designed to evaluate and verify specific assembly and maintenance techniques and tools for the International Space Station. They also evaluated spacesuit design modifications to protect spacewalkers from the extremely cold space environment as well as an electronic cuff checklist device worn on the wrist. References: 2 , 5 , 6 , 7 .