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Space Shuttle NASA Mission Reports

1985 Missions, STS 51-C, STS 51-D, STS 51-B, STS 51-G, STS 51-F, STS 51-I, STS 51-J, STS 61-A, STS 61-B

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These official final orbiter mission reports issued by the NASA Johnson Space Center cover missions in 1985: STS 51-C, STS 51-D, STS 51-B, STS 51-G, STS 51-F, STS 51-I, STS 51-J, STS 61-A, STS 61-B. In these thorough reports, with information and specifics not available on NASA website mission descriptions, each orbiter system is reviewed in detail along with technical information on performance and anomalies.

STS 51-C: The crew for the STS 51-C mission were Thomas K. Mattingly, Capt., U.S. Navy, Commander; Loren J. Shiver, Maj., U.S. Air Force, Pilot; Ellison S. Onizuka, Maj., U.S. Air Force, and James F. Buchli, Maj., U.S. Air Force, Mission Specialist; and Gary E. Payton, Maj., U.S. Air Force, Payload Specialist.

STS 51-D: The crew for this sixteenth flight of Space Shuttle were Karol J. Bobko, Col., USAF, Commander; Donald E. Williams, Cdr., U.S. Navy, Pilot; M. Rhea Seddon, M.D., S. David Griggs, and Jeffrey A. Hoffman, PhD., Mission Specialists; and Charles Walker and U.S. Senator Edwin 'Jake' Garn, Payload Specialists.

STS 51-B: The crew for this seventeenth flight of the Space Shuttle and second flight of Spacelab were Robert F. Overmyer, Col., U. S. Marine Corp., Commander; Frederick D. Gregory, Col., U. S. Air Force, Pilot; Don L. Lind, Ph.D., Norman E. Thagard, M.D., and William E. Thornton, M.D., Mission Specialists; Lodewijk van den Berg, Ph.D., and Taylor Wang, Ph.D., Payload Specialists.

STS 51-G: The crew for STS 51-G was Daniel C. Brandenstein, Capt., U. S. Navy, Commander; John O. Creighton, Cdr., U. S. Navy, Pilot; Steven R. Nagel, Lt. Col., U. S. Air Force, John M. Fabian, Col., U. S. Air Force, and Shannon W. Lucid, Ph.D., Mission Specialists; and Patrick Baudry and Sultan Salman Al-Saud, Payload Specialists.

STS 51-F: The crew for this nineteenth flight of the Space Shuttle and third flight of Spacelab were C. Gordon Fullerton, Col., U. S. Air Force, Commander; Roy D. Bridges, Col., U. S. Air Force, Pilot; Karl G. Henize, Ph.D., Anthony W. England, Ph.D., and F. Story Musgrave, M.D., Mission Specialists; and Loren W. Acton, Ph.D., and John-David Bartoe, Ph.D., Payload Specialists.

STS 51-I: The crew for this twentieth mission of the Space Shuttle was Joe H. Engle, Col., U.S. Air Force, Commander; Richard O. Covey, Lt. Col., U.S. Air Force, Pilot; James D. A. van Hoften, Ph.D., John M. Lounge, and William F. Fisher, M. D., Mission Specialists.

STS 51-J: The STS 51-J mission was launched on October 3, 1985, at 273:15:15:30 G.m.t., from KSC with five crew members. The crew members for this mission were Karol J. Bobko, Col., U. S. Air Force, Commander; Ronald J. Grabe, Lt. Col., U. S. Air Force, Pilot; David C. Hilmers, Maj., U. S. Marine Corp., and Robert C. Stewart, Col., U. S. Army, Mission Specialists; and William A. Pailes, Maj., U. S. Air Force, Payload Specialist.

STS 61-A: The crew for this twenty-second flight of the Space Shuttle was Henry W. Hartsfield, Jr., Commander; Steven R. Nagel, Lt. Col., U. S. Air Force, Pilot; James F. Buchli, Col., U. S. Marine Corp., Guion S. Bluford, Jr., Col., U. S. Air Force, and Bonnie J. Dunbar, Ph.D., Mission Specialists; and Reinhard Furrer, Ph.D., Ernest Messerschmidt, Ph.D., and Wubbo J. Ockels, Ph.D., Payload Specialists.

STS 61-B: The crew for the twenty-third mission of the Space Shuttle was Brewster H. Shaw Lt. Col., U. S. Air Force, Commander; Bryan D. O'Conner, Maj., U. S. Marine Corp, Pilot; Mary L. Cleave, Ph.D., Jerry L. Ross, Maj. U. S. Air Force, and Sherwood C. Spring, Lt. Col., U. S. Army, Mission Specialists; and Rodolfo Neri Vela, Ph.D., and Charles Walker, Payload Specialists.