NUMBER OF MISSIONS NAME OF MISSIONS DESCRIPTION OF MISSIONS NOTES 1. STS-41-D Three communications satellites were put into orbit, including LEASAT F2. Judith Resnik became second American woman in Space. 2. STS-51-A Launched two and rescued two communications satellites including LEASAT F1. 3. STS-51-C Launched DOD Magnum ELINT satellite. 4. STS-51-D Launched two communications satellites including LEASAT F3. 5. STS-51-G Launched two communications satellites Sultan Salman al-Saud becomes first Saudi Arabian in space. 6. STS-51-I Launched two communications satellites including LEASAT F4. Recovered, repaired, and redeployed LEASAT F3. 7. STS-26 Return to flight after Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, launched TDRS. 8. STS-29 Launched TDRS. 9. STS-33 Launched DOD Magnum ELINT satellite. 10. STS-31 Launch of Hubble Space Telescope (HST). 11. STS-41 Launch of Ulysses. 12. STS-39 Launched DOD Air Force Program-675 (AFP-675) satellite. 13. STS-48 Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS). 14. STS-42 International Microgravity Laboratory-1 (IML-1). 15. STS-53 Department of Defense payload. 16. STS-56 Atmospheric Laboratory (ATLAS-2). 17. STS-51 Advanced Communications Technology Satellite (ACTS). 18. STS-60 First Shuttle-Mir mission; Wake Shield Facility (WSF). 19. STS-64 LIDAR In-Space Technology Experiment (LITE). 20. STS-63 Rendezvous with Mir space station. 21. STS-70 7th Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS). 22. STS-82 Servicing Hubble Space Telescope (HST) (HSM-2). 23. STS-85 Cryogenic Infrared Spectrometers and Telescopes (CRISTA). 24. STS-91 Final Shuttle/Mir Docking Mission. 25. STS-95 SPACEHAB, second flight of John Glenn Pedro Duque becomes first Spaniard in space. 26. STS-96 Resupply mission for the International Space Station. 27. STS-103 Servicing Hubble Space Telescope (HST) (HSM-3A). 28. STS-92 International Space Station Assembly light (carried and assembled the Z1 truss ); 100th Shuttle mission. 29. STS-102 International Space Station crew rotation flight (Expedition 1 and Expedition 2) 30. STS-105 International Space Station crew rotation flight (Expedition 2 and Expedition 3) 31. STS-114 “Return To Flight” mission since Space Shuttle Columbia disaster; International Space Station (ISS) supplies delivery, new safety procedures testing and evaluation, Multi-Purpose Logistics Module (MPLM) Raffaello. 32. STS-121 Second “Return To Flight” mission since the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster; International Space Station (ISS) supplies delivery, test new safety and repair techniques. 33. STS-116 ISS crew rotation and assembly (carries and assembles the P5 truss segment); Last flight to launch on pad 39-B; First night launch since Space Shuttle Columbia disaster 34. STS-120 ISS crew rotation and assembly (carries and assembles the Harmony module). 35. STS-124 ISS crew rotation and assembly (carries and assembles the Kibō JEM PM module). 36. STS-119 International Space Station crew rotation and assembly of a fourth
starboard truss segment (ITS S6) and a fourth set of solar arrays and batteries. Also replaced a failed unit for a system that converts urine to drinking water. 37. STS-128 International Space Station crew rotation and ISS resupply using the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. Also carried the C.O.L.B.E.R.T treadmill named after Stephen Colbert 38. STS-131 ISS resupply using the Leonardo Multi-Purpose Logistics Module. The mission also marked the 1st time that 4 women were in space & the 1st time that 2 Japanese astronauts were together in space station 39. STS-133 The mission launched at 4:53 pm EST on February 24, was carrying the Permanent Multipurpose Module (PMM) Leonardo, the ELC-4 and Robonaut 2 to the ISS.