International Space Station: Assembly Flight Sequence

Given below please find the Assembly Flight Sequence Schedule for the International Space Station. This schedule was adopted from various Nasa sources, in particular Nasa's ISS Assembly Flight Sequence.
Date       Flight  Launch    Element(s)

Nov 1998 1A/R Proton Zarya Control Module (Functional Cargo Block - FGB) Dec 1998 2A STS-88 Unity Node (1 Stowage Rack) 2 Pressurized Mating Adapters attached to Unity May 1999 2A.1 STS-96 Spacehab Double Cargo Module May 2000 2A.2a STS-101 SPACEHAB/DM,ICC Jul 2000 1R Proton Zvezda Service Module Sep 2000 2A.2b STS-106 SPACEHAB/DM,ICC Oct 2000 3A STS-92 Integrated Truss Structure (ITS) Z1, PMA-3, Ku-band Communications System, Control Moment Gyros (CMGs) Oct 2000 2R Soyuz Soyuz, Expedition One Crew 3-Person Permanent Habitation Nov 2000 4A STS-97 Integrated Truss Structure P6, Photovoltaic Module, Radiators Feb 2001 5A STS-98 Destiny U.S. Laboratory Module Mar 2001 5A.1 STS-102 Logistics, Outfitting, Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM), Crew rotation: Expedition Two Crew Apr 2001 6A STS-100 MPLM (U.S. Lab outfitting) Ultra High Frequency (UHF) antenna, Space Station Remote Manipulating System (SSRMS) Jul 2001 7A STS-104 Joint Airlock, High Pressure Gas Assembly Phase II Complete Aug 2001 7A.1 STS-105 Donatello MPLM, Crew rotation: Expedition Three Crew Sep 2001 4R Soyuz Docking Compartment Module-1 (DCM-1) Dec 2001 UF-1 STS-108 MPLM, PV Module batteries, Spares Pallet (spares warehouse) Crew rotation: Expedition Four Crew Apr 2002 8A STS-110 Central Truss Segment (ITS S0), Mobile Transporter (MT) Jun 2002 UF-2 STS-111 MPLM with payload racks, Mobile Base System (MBS), Crew rotation: Expedition Five Crew Oct 2002 9A STS-112 First Starboard truss segment (ITS S1) with radiators, Crew and Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) Cart A
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Nov 2002 11A STS-113 First port truss segment (ITS P1) Crew and Equipment Translation Aid (CETA) Cart B Crew rotation: Expedition Six Crew Mar 2003 ULF1 STS-114 Utilization and Logistics Flight Crew rotation: Expedition Seven Crew May 2003 12A STS-115 Second port truss segment (ITS P3/P4) Solar array and batteries Jul 2003 12A.1 STS-116 Third port truss segment (ITS P5), Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Crew rotation: Expedition Eight Crew Oct 2003 13A STS-117 Second starboard tress segment (ITS S3/S4) Solar array set and batteries (Photovoltaic Module) Nov 2003 13A.1 STS-118 Logistic and Supplies Crew rotation: Expedition Nine Crew Oct 2003 3R Proton Universal Docking Module Oct 2003 5R Soyuz Docking Compartment 2 (DC2) Jan 2004 15A STS-119 Solar Arrays and Batteries (Photovoltaic Module S6) Feb 2004 10A STS-120 Node 2 Apr 2004 9A.1 STS-121 Russian provided Science Power Platform (SPP) with four solar arrays May 2004 UF-4 STS-122 Express Pallet Aug 2004 1J/A STS-124 Japanese Experiment Module Experiment Logistics Module (JEM ELM PS) Science Power Platform (SSP) solar arrays Sep 2004 1J STS-125 Japanese Experiment Module (JEM) Japanese Remote Manipulator System (JEM RMS) Jan 2005 UF-3 STS-126 Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM), Express Pallet Spacelab Pallet carrying "Canada Hand" (Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator) Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer Feb 2005 1E STS-127 European Laboratory - Columbus Orbital Facility (COF) Jun 2005 2J/A STS-129 Japanese Experiment Module Exposed Facility (JEM EF), Solar Array Batteries Sep 2005 UF-5 STS-130 Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Express Pallet 2005 9R Proton Docking and Stowage Module (DSM) 2005 14A STS-132 Cupola, Science Power Platform (SPP) Solar Arrays Service Module Micrometeroid and Orbital Debris Shields (SMMOD) 2005 UF-6 STS-133 Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM), Batteries 2005 20A STS-134 Node 3 2005 8R Soyuz Research Module 1 2005 16A STS-135 US Habitation Module 2005 17A STS-136 Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM), U.S. Lab racks for Node 3 Dec 2005 18A STS-137 U.S. Crew Return Vehicle (CRV) Jan 2006 19A STS-138 Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) 2006 10A.1 STS-139 Propulsion Module Mar 2006 10R Soyuz Research Module 2 Apr 2006 UF-7 STS-140 Centrifuge Accommodations Module (CAM)
Note: Additional Progress, Soyuz, H-II Transfer Vehicle and Automated Transfer Vehicle flights for crew transport, logistics and resupply are not listed.

  • ISS Viewing Times - Tucson, Arizona - Munich, Germany
  • Nasa ISS homepage - ISS Expedition Crews
  • International Space Station by Boeing Space and Communications
  • Unofficial Shuttle Launch Schedule - full version

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