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EXP 5 REPORT



Submitted by Arthur - N1ORC

NOTE: REBOOST REMARK

Expedition Five Crew Stows Supplies, Equipment
Aboard the International Space Station on Friday, the Expedition Five
crew, continued to unpack and stow the supplies and equipment delivered
by STS-112. Commander Valery Korzun, Flight Engineer Sergei Treschev and
NASA ISS Science Officer Peggy Whitson bid farewell to the STS-112
crewmembers, who returned to Earth at 10:44 a.m. CDT (1544 GMT) Friday.

STS-112 delivered the S1 (S-One) Truss to the station. The S1, which is
the third piece of the Integrated Truss Structure delivered to the
station, was installed Oct. 10. Three spacewalks were performed to
activate and outfit the S1. With the new addition, the station now has a
mass of 166,118 kilograms (366,227 pounds) and is 52 meters (171 feet)
long, 73 meters (240 feet) wide and 27.4 meters (90 feet) high.

In other activites Friday, a station reboost was performed about 3:25
a.m. CDT (0835 GMT) using the engines of the Progress unpiloted cargo
carrier docked to the rear of the Zvezda Service Module. It raised the
station by 11.1 kilometers ( 6.9 miles) and adjusted the orbit for the
arrival the Soyuz 5 Taxi Flight crew later this month. Then, the STS-113
crew will deliver the P1 (P-One) Truss and the Expedition Six crew in
mid-November.

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