The space shuttle Discovery is scheduled to be another mission to the International Space Station. It will deliver and attach the PMM (pressurized multipurpose module) Leonardo and an ExPRESS Logistics Carrier.
The crew of STS-133 consists of commander Steven Lindsey, pilot Eric Boe, and mission specialists Nicole Stott, Michael Barratt, Alvin Drew, and Timothy Kopra.
According to the June 22, 2010 SpaceflightNow.com article NASA begins review of shuttle launch date changes, 'Assuming an Oct. 29 target date, Discovery would blast off at 5:44 p.m. and dock with the station the afternoon of Oct. 31. Two spacewalks would be carried out Nov. 2 and 4. Discovery would undock the morning of Nov. 7 and land back at the Kennedy Space Center the afternoon of Nov. 9.'
NASA then wants to delay the November 2010 flight of STS-134 to February 28, 2010. The flight of the space shuttle Atlantis, another mission to the ISS, will deliver the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) and another ExPRESS Logistics Carrier.
According to SpaceflightNow.com, 'Endeavour, commanded by Mark Kelly, would blast off around 5:31 p.m. on Feb. 28 to deliver critical supplies and a $1.5 billion physics experiment to the space station. Joining Kelly for mission STS-134 will be pilot Gregory Johnson, Hubble veteran Andrew Feustel, European Space Agency astronaut Roberto Vittori and station veterans Gregory Chamitoff and Mike Fincke.'
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