Launch from Cape Canaveral (KSC
landing on Edwards AFB
. The launch was scrubbed on May 30, 2002 and on
May 31, 2002 due to bad weather in Florida.
Following a two day solo flight docking
on June 07, 2002. Valeri
became as the
new resident crew of the
. They replaced the
. One of the four control moment gyroscopes failed, but
this resulted no safety problems.
The Multi-Purpose Logistics Module
) carried experiment racks and three stowage and
resupply racks to the station. The mission also installed a component of the
Canadarm2 called the Mobile Base System (MBS
) to the Mobile
Transporter (MT) (which was installed during
); This completed the Canadian
Mobile Servicing System, or MSS. This gave the mechanical arm the capability to
"inchworm" from the U.S. Lab fixture to the MSS and travel along the Truss to
was performed on June 09, 2002 (7h 14m) to install a
Power and Data Grapple Fixture to the station's P6 truss, to gather six
micrometeorid debris shields from the shuttle cargo bay and to store them
temporarily on the
conducted a visual and photographic inspection of
the failed gyroscope.
by the same duo occured on June 11, 2002 (5h), to complete the installation of
the second component of Canada's Remote Servicing System to the
. They connected power and data cables to the newly
installed Mobile Base System (MBS
) and bolt it to the Mobile Transporter. They also
relocated a TV camera.
The third and final
was again performed by Franklin
on June 13, 2002 (7h 17m) to replace a faulty
wrist-roll joint on Canadarm2.
The landing site was switched to the
after three days of wave offs due to unacceptable weather conditions at the