List of all Space Shuttle Flights

Space Shuttle program was concluded after finishing the 135th orbital flight, STS-135, with the successful landing of Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis on July 21, 2011.

Orbital Flights

  • 135. STS-135 Atlantis (ISS-37) Pad A Jul 8, 2011 (ISS-37-ULF7: MLPM). Last Space Shuttle Flight.
  • 134. STS-134 Endeavour (ISS-36) Pad A May 16, 2011 (ISS-36-ULF6: MLPM, ELC3, AMS)
  • 133. STS-133 Discovery (ISS-35) Pad A Feb 24, 2011 (ISS-35-ULF5: MPLM, ELC4, PMM)
  • 132. STS-132 Atlantis (ISS-34) Pad A May 14, 2010 (ISS-34-ULF4: MPLM, ICC, MRM1)
  • 131. STS-131 Discovery (ISS-33) Pad A Apr 5, 2010 (ISS-33-19A: MPLM, LMC)
  • 130. STS-130 Endeavour (ISS-32) Pad A Feb 8, 2010 (ISS-32-20A: Node 3, Cupola)
  • 129. STS-129 Atlantis (ISS-31) Pad A Nov 16, 2009 (ISS-31-ULF3: MPLM, ELC1, ELC2)
  • 128. STS-128 Discovery (ISS-30) Pad A Aug 28, 2009 (ISS-30-17A: MPLM, LMC, TVIS2, CHeCS 2)
  • 127. STS-127 Endeavour (ISS-29) Pad A Jul 15, 2009 (ISS-29-2J/A: JEM EF, ELM ES, SLP-D2)
  • 126. STS-125 Atlantis (HST-SM-4) Pad A May 11, 2009 (HST Servicing Mission 4)
  • 125. STS-119 Discovery (ISS-28) Pad A Mar 15, 2009 (ISS-28-15A: PM S6, Solar Arrays/Batteries)
  • 124. STS-126 Endeavour (ISS-27) Pad A Nov 14, 2008 (ISS-27-ULF2: MPLM)
  • 123. STS-124 Discovery (ISS-26) Pad A May 31, 2008 (ISS-26-1J: JEM PM, JEM RMS)
  • 122. STS-123 Endeavour (ISS-25) Pad A Mar 11, 2008 (ISS-25-1J/A: JEM ELM PS, Express Pallet)
  • 121. STS-122 Atlantis (ISS-24) Pad A Feb 7, 2008 (ISS-24-1E: Columbus-COF, PRESS-ND)
  • 120. STS-120 Discovery (ISS-23) Pad A Oct 23, 2007 (ISS-23-10A: Node 2, PDGF)
  • 119. STS-118 Endeavour (ISS-22) Pad A Aug 8, 2007 (ISS-22-13A.1: ITS S5, Spacehab, ESP3)
  • 118. STS-117 Atlantis (ISS-21) Pad A Jun 8, 2007 (ISS-21-13A: ITS S3, PV Module S4, PVR, Solar Arrays/Batteries)
  • 117. STS-116 Discovery (ISS-20) Pad A Dec 9, 2006 (ISS-20-12A.1: ITS P5, Spacehab, ICC)
  • 116. STS-115 Atlantis (ISS-19) Pad B Sep 9, 2006 (ISS-19-12A: ITS P3, PV Module P4, Solar Arrays/Batteries)
  • 115. STS-121 Discovery (ISS-18) Pad B Jul 4, 2006 (ISS-18-ULF1.1: Return-To-Flight Test, MPLM, ICC, LMC)
  • 114. STS-114 Discovery (ISS-17) Pad B Jul 26, 2005 (ISS-17-LF1: MPLM, Logistics; Return-To-Flight Mission)
  • 113. STS-107 Columbia (Freestar) Pad A Jan 16, 2003 (Spacehab DM, Freestar) Lost in flight: Crew of 7 and Columbia Orbiter (destruction on descent during reentry 16 min before scheduled landing, Feb 1, 2003)
  • 112. STS-113 Endeavour (ISS-16) Pad A Nov 23, 2002 (ISS-16-11A: ITS P1, CETA Cart B, crew rotation)
  • 111. STS-112 Atlantis (ISS-15) Pad B Oct 7, 2002 (ISS-15-9A: BA, ITS S1, CETA Cart A)
  • 110. STS-111 Endeavour (ISS-14) Pad A Jun 5, 2002 (ISS-14-UF2: MPLM, MBS, Lab System, crew rotation)
  • 109. STS-110 Atlantis (ISS-13) Pad B Apr 8, 2002 (ISS-13-8A: ITS S0, MT, Airlock Spur)
  • 108. STS-109 Columbia (HST-SM3B) Pad A Mar 1, 2002 (HST Service Mission 3B)
  • 107. STS-108 Endeavour (ISS-12) Pad B Dec 5, 2001 (ISS-12-UF1: MPLM, PV Module Batteries, Crew Rotation)
  • 106. STS-105 Discovery (ISS-11) Pad A Aug 10, 2001 (ISS-11-7A.1: Donatello MPLM, Crew Rotation)
  • 105. STS-104 Atlantis (ISS-10) Pad B Jul 12, 2001 (ISS-10-7A: Joint Airlock, High Pressure Gas Assembly)
  • 104. STS-100 Endeavour (SSAF-5) Pad A Apr 19, 2001 (ISS-9-6A: Rallaelo MPLM, SLP, UHF Antenna, SSRMS)
  • 103. STS-102 Discovery (ISS-8) Pad B Mar 8, 2001 (ISS-8-5A.1: Logistics, Outfitting, Leonardo MPLM, Crew Rotation)
  • 102. STS-98 Atlantis (SSAF-4) Pad A Feb 7, 2001 (ISS-7-5A: US Destiny Lab, Lab PDGF)
  • 101. STS-97 Endeavour (SSAF-3) Pad B Nov 30, 2000 (ISS-6-4A: P6, PV Module)
  • 100. STS-92 Discovery (SSAF-2A) Pad A Oct 11, 2000 (ISS-5-3A: Truss, PMA-3, etc.)
  • 99. STS-106 Atlantis (SSAF-2B) Pad B Sep 8, 2000 (ISS-4-2A.2b: SPACEHAB/DM,ICC)
  • 98. STS-101 Atlantis (SSAF-2) Pad A May 19, 2000 (ISS-3-2A.2a: SPACEHAB/DM,ICC)
  • 97. STS-99 Endeavour (SRTM) Pad A Feb 11, 2000 (Shuttle Radar Topography Mission)
  • 96. STS-103 Discovery (HST SM-3A) Pad B Dec 19, 1999 (Hubble Servicing Mission 3A)
  • 95. STS-93 Columbia (AXAF-CXO) Pad B Jul 23, 1999 (Chandra X-ray Observatory)
  • 94. STS-96 Discovery (ISS-02-2A.1) Pad B May 27, 1999 (ISS-02-2A.1)
  • 93. STS-88 Endeavour (ISS-01-2A) Pad A Dec 4, 1998 (ISS-01-2A - Unity)
  • 92. STS-95 Discovery (Spacehab) Pad B Oct 29, 1998 (John Glenn, Spacehab)
  • 91. STS-91 Discovery (Sh-Mir 9) Pad A Jun 2, 1998 (Shuttle-Mir 9)
  • 90. STS-90 Columbia (SL/Neurolab) Pad B Apr 17, 1998 (Final Spacelab: Neurolab)
  • 89. STS-89 Endeavour (Sh-Mir 8) Pad A Jan 22, 1998 (Shuttle-Mir 8)
  • 88. STS-87 Columbia (USMP-4) Pad B Nov 19, 1997 (USMP-4, Spartan-201 rescue)
  • 87. STS-86 Atlantis (Sh-Mir 7) Pad A Sep 25, 1997 (Shuttle-Mir 7)
  • 86. STS-85 Discovery (CRISTA-SPAS) Pad A Aug 7, 1997 (CRISTA-SPAS-2)
  • 85. STS-94 Columbia (MSL-1 refli) Pad A Jul 1, 1997 (MSL-1 reflight)
  • 84. STS-84 Atlantis (Sh-Mir 6) Pad A May 15, 1997 (Shuttle-Mir 6)
  • 83. STS-83 Columbia (MSL-1) Pad A Apr 4, 1997 (MSL-1)
  • 82. STS-82 Discovery (HST SM-2) Pad A Feb 11, 1997 (Hubble Servicing Mission 2)
  • 81. STS-81 Atlantis (Sh-Mir 5) Pad B Jan 12, 1997 (Shuttle-Mir 5)
  • 80. STS-80 Columbia (ORFEUS-SPAS) Pad B Nov 19, 1996 (ORFEUS-SPAS II)
  • 79. STS-79 Atlantis (Sh-Mir 4) Pad A Sep 16, 1996 (Shuttle-Mir 4)
  • 78. STS-78 Columbia (SL/MLS) Pad B Jun 20, 1996 (Life and Microgravity Spacelab, LMS)
  • 77. STS-77 Endeavour (Spacehab) Pad B May 29, 1996 (Spacehab, Spartan, Inflatable Antenna)
  • 76. STS-76 Atlantis (Sh-Mir 3) Pad B Mar 22, 1996 (Shuttle-Mir 3, Spacehab)
  • 75. STS-75 Columbia (TSS, USMP3) Pad B Mar 9, 1996 (Tethered Satellite System Reflight - TSS-1R, USMP-3)
  • 74. STS-72 Endeavour (SFU, OAST) Pad B Jan 11, 1996 (SFU, OAST-Flyer)
  • 73. STS-74 Atlantis (Sh-Mir 2) Pad A Nov 12, 1995 (Shuttle-Mir 2)
  • 72. STS-73 Columbia (USML-2) Pad B Oct 20, 1995 (USML-2)
  • 71. STS-69 Endeavour (SPARTAN/WSF) Pad A Sep 7, 1995 (SPARTAN 201-03, WSF-2)
  • 70. STS-70 Discovery (TDRS-G) Pad B Jul 13, 1995 (TDRS-G)
  • 69. STS-71 Atlantis (Sh-Mir 1) Pad A Jun 27, 1995 (Shuttle-Mir 1st docking)
  • 68. STS-67 Endeavour (Astro-2) Pad A Mar 2, 1995 (Astro-2)
  • 67. STS-63 Discovery (Sh-Mir Ren) Pad B Feb 3, 1995 (Spacehab-3, Spartan-204, Shuttle-Mir Rendezvous)
  • 66. STS-66 Atlantis (ATLAS-03) Pad B Nov 3, 1994 (ATLAS-03)
  • 65. STS-68 Endeavour (SRL-2) Pad A Sep 30, 1994 (Space Radar Lab 2)
  • 64. STS-64 Discovery (LITE/Spart.) Pad B Sep 9, 1995 (LIDAR In-Space Technology Exp., Spartan-201)
  • 63. STS-65 Columbia (IML-2) Pad A Jul 8, 1994 (International Microgravity Laboratory-2)
  • 62. STS-59 Endeavour (SRL-1) Pad A Apr 9, 1994 (Space Radar Laboratory-1)
  • 61. STS-62 Columbia (USMP, OAST) Pad B Mar 4, 1994 (USMP-2, OAST-2)
  • 60. STS-60 Discovery (WSF, Spaceh) Pad A Feb 3, 1994 (WFS, Spacehab-2)
  • 59. STS-61 Endeavour (HST SM-1) Pad B Dec 2, 1993 (1st HST Service Mission)
  • 58. STS-58 Columbia (SL SLS-2) Pad B Oct 18, 1993 (Spacelab SLS-2)
  • 57. STS-51 Discovery (ACTS/TOS) Pad B Sep 12, 1993 (Advanced Communications Technology Satellite/Transfer Orbit Stage)
  • 56. STS-57 Endeavour (SH-1/Eureca) Pad B Jun 21, 1993 (Spacehab-1, Eureca retrieval)
  • 55. STS-55 Columbia (Spacelab D2) Pad A Apr 26, 1993 (Spacelab D-2)
  • 54. STS-56 Discovery (Atlas-2) Pad B Apr 8, 1993 (Atlas-2, Spartan-201)
  • 53. STS-54 Endeavour (TDRS-F, DXS) Pad B Jan 13, 1993 (TDRS-F, DXS)
  • 52. STS-53 Discovery (DoD,ODERACS) Pad A Dec 2, 1992 (classified DoD 9, ODERACS)
  • 51. STS-52 Columbia (USMP,LAGEOS) Pad B Oct 22, 1992 (USMP-1, LAGEOS-II)
  • 50. STS-47 Endeavour (Spacelab-J) Pad B Sep 12, 1992 (Spacelab-J)
  • 49. STS-46 Atlantis (TSS, Eureca) Pad B Jul 31, 1992 (TSS-1, Eureca deploy)
  • 48. STS-50 Columbia (USML-1) Pad A Jun 25, 1992 (USML-1)
  • 47. STS-49 Endeavour (Intelsat r.) Pad B May 16, 1992 (Intelsat VI repair)
  • 46. STS-45 Atlantis (ATLAS-1) Pad A Mar 24, 1992 (ATLAS-1)
  • 45. STS-42 Discovery (IML-1) Pad A Jan 22, 1992 (IML-1)
  • 44. STS-44 Atlantis (DoD DSP) Pad A Nov 24, 1991 (DoD, DSP-IUS)
  • 43. STS-48 Discovery (UARS) Pad A Sep 12, 1991 (UARS)
  • 42. STS-43 Atlantis (TDRS, SSBUV) Pad A Aug 2, 1991 (TDRS-E, SSBUV)
  • 41. STS-40 Columbia (SLS-1) Pad B Jun 5, 1991 (Spacelab SLS-1)
  • 40. STS-39 Discovery (DoD+sats) Pad A Apr 28, 1991 (class. DoD 8, AFP675, IBSS, SPAS-II)
  • 39. STS-37 Atlantis ([C]GRO) Pad B Apr 9, 1991 ([Compton] Gamma Ray Observatory)
  • 38. STS-35 Columbia (Astro-1) Pad B Dec 2, 1990 (Astro-1)
  • 37. STS-38 Atlantis (DoD) Pad A Nov 15, 1990 (classified DoD 7)
  • 36. STS-41 Discovery (Ulysses) Pad B Oct 6, 1990 (Ulysses)
  • 35. STS-31 Discovery (HST deploy) Pad B Apr 24, 1990 (Hubble Space Telescope - HST deploy)
  • 34. STS-36 Atlantis (DoD) Pad A Feb 28, 1990 (classified DoD 6)
  • 33. STS-32 Columbia (Syncom,LDEF) Pad A Jan 9, 1990 (SYNCOM IV-F5, LDEF Retrieval)
  • 32. STS-33 Discovery (DoD) Pad B Nov 22, 1989 (classified DoD 5)
  • 31. STS-34 Atlantis (Galileo) Pad B Oct 18, 1989 (Galileo, SSBUV)
  • 30. STS-28 Columbia (DoD) Pad B Aug 8, 1989 (Classified DoD 4)
  • 29. STS-30 Atlantis (Magellan) Pad B May 4, 1989 (Magellan)
  • 28. STS-29 Discovery (TDRS-D) Pad B Mar 13, 1989 (TDRS-D)
  • 27. STS-27 Atlantis (DoD) Pad B Dec 2, 1988 (classified DoD 3)
  • 26. STS-26 Discovery (TDRS-C) Pad B Sep 29, 1988 (TDRS-C)
  • 25. 51-L Challenger (TDRS/Spar.) Pad B Jan 28, 1986 (TDRS-B, Spartan 203-Halley) Lost in flight: Crew of 7 and Challenger Orbiter (explosion 73 sec after launch)
  • 24. 61-C Columbia (RCA Satcom) Pad A Jan 12, 1986 (RCA Satcom KU-1)
  • 23. 61-B Atlantis (3 Comsats) Pad A Nov 26, 1985 (MORELOS-B, AUSSAT-2, RCA Satcom KU-2)
  • 22. 61-A Challenger (SL D-1) Pad A Oct 30, 1985 (Spacelab D-1)
  • 21. 51-J Atlantis (DoD) Pad A Oct 3, 1985 (classified DoD 2)
  • 20. 51-I Discovery (3 comsats) Pad A Aug 27, 1985 (ASC-1, AUSSAT-1, SYNCOM IV-4)
  • 19. 51-F Challenger (Spacelab-2) Pad A Jul 29, 1985 (Spacelab-2)
  • 18. 51-G Discovery (3 comsats) Pad A Jun 17, 1985 (MORELOS-A; Arabsat A, Telstar 3D, Spartan)
  • 17. 51-B Challenger (Spacelab-3) Pad A May 6, 1985 (Spacelab-3)
  • 16. 51-D Discovery (2 Comsats) Pad A Apr 12, 1985 (TELESAT-I; SYNCOM IV-3)
  • 15. 51-C Discovery (DoD) Pad A Jan 24, 1984 (classified DoD 1)
  • 14. 51-A Discovery (2 Comsats) Pad A Nov 8, 1984 (TELESAT-H, SYNCOM IV -1)
  • 13. 41-G Challenger (ERBS, OSTA) Pad A Oct 5, 1985 (ERBS, OSTA-3)
  • 12. 41-D Discovery (3 Comsats) Pad A Sep 5, 1984 (SBS-D; SYNCOM IV-2; TELSTAR)
  • 11. 41-C Challenger (LDEF, SMM) Pad A Apr 13, 1984 (LDEF exposure, Solar Max repair)
  • 10. 41-B Challenger (Sats; MMU) Pad A Feb 3, 1984 (Westar 6, Palapa-B2; MMU EVAs)
  • 9. STS-9 Columbia (Spacelab-1) Pad A Nov 28, 1983 (Spacelab-1)
  • 8. STS-8 Challenger (Insat 1-B) Pad A Aug 30, 1983 (Insat 1-B)
  • 7. STS-7 Challenger (2 comsats) Pad A Jun 18, 1983 (Anik C-2, Palapa B1)
  • 6. STS-6 Challenger (TDRS-1) Pad A Apr 4, 1983 (TDRS-1)
  • 5. STS-5 Columbia (ANIK, SBS) Pad A Nov 11, 1982 (Anik C-3, SBS-C)
  • 4. STS-4 Columbia (DoD/CFES) Pad A Jun 27, 1982 (DoD/CFES)
  • 3. STS-3 Columbia (OSS-1) Pad A Mar 22, 1982 (OSS-1 Pallet)
  • 2. STS-2 Columbia (OSTA-1) Pad A Nov 12, 1981 (OSTA-1 on Spacelab Pallet)
  • 1. STS-1 Columbia (STS Test) Pad A Apr 12, 1981 (First Shuttle Flight; system test)
  • International Space Station (ISS) flies in an orbit inclined 51.60 degrees to Earth's equator, as did Mir, while the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is in a 28.47 degrees inclined orbit.

    Space Shuttle Approach and Landing Tests (ALT)

    Before the first Space Shuttle was launched, a number of crewed and uncrewed test flight (Approach and Landing Tests, ALT) were performed at Dryden Flight Research Facility with the Space Shuttle Orbiter Enterprise (again in reverse chronological order):
        Free Flights (Crewed):
    
  • 16. Oct 26, 1977
  • 15. Oct 12, 1977
  • 14. Sep 23, 1977 (with tail cone)
  • 13. Sep 13, 1977 (with tail cone)
  • 12. Aug 12, 1977 (with tail cone) Captive-Active Flights (On Carrier, Crewed, with tail cone):
  • 11. Jul 26, 1977
  • 10. Jun 28, 1977
  • 9. Jun 18, 1977 Captive-Inactive Flights (On Carrier, Uncrewed, with tail cone):
  • 8. Mar 2, 1977
  • 7. Feb 28, 1977
  • 6. Feb 25, 1977
  • 5. Feb 22, 1977
  • 4. Feb 18, 1977 Taxi Tests (Ground):
  • 3. Feb 15, 1977 (Max speed 157 Mph)
  • 2. Feb 15, 1977 (Max speed 140 Mph)
  • 1. Feb 15, 1977 (Max speed 89 Mph)
  • Two crews of two served on the ALT flights: First crew, Fred Haise and Gordon Fullerton, and second crew, Joe Engle and Richard Truly.



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