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English: The International Space Station will contain several unpressurized platforms that include ELC1 – 4 (ExPRESS Logistics Carrier) and ESP1 – 3 (External Storage Platform). AMS (Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer) is an instrument. ULF (Utilization and Logistics Flight), 5A.1 (American funded) and LF-1 (Logistics Flight) are ISS flights.
  • 5A.1 STS-102 Discovery March 2001 ESP-1
  • LF-1 STS-114 Discovery July 2005 ESP-2
  • 13A.1 STS-118 Endeavour August 2007 ESP-3
  • ULF3 STS-129 Atlantis November 2009 ELC1 & 2
  • ULF5 STS-133 Discovery Februar/March 2011 ELC4
  • ULF6 STS-134 Endeavour May 2011 ELC3 and AMS
Date 22 October 2009
Source NASA STS-129 Press Kit (page 35)
Author NASA


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