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The name Aieeda is a Muslim baby name. In Muslim the meaning of the name Aieeda is:

SoulUrge Number: 3

People with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. They also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment.

Expression Number: 7

People with this name are excellent at analyzing, understanding, and learning. They tend to be mystics, philosophers, scholars, and teachers. Because they live so much in the mind, they tend to be quiet and introspective, and are usually introverts. When presented with issues, they will see the larger picture. Their solitary thoughtfulness and analysis of people and world events may make them seem aloof, and sometimes even melancholy.

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The arm moves like a backhoe,using four types of motion: up-and-down, side-to-side, back-and-forth and rotating.The arm can reach far enough to dig about half a meter (20 inches) deep. However, the subsurfaceice layer expected at the landing site may not lie that deep. Once the arm reaches theicy-soil layer, the powered rasp will be used to acquire samples.Because the arm will be making direct contact with icy soil that is conceivably a habitat wheremicrobes could survive, extra precaution has been taken with it to prevent introducing life fromEarth. Before the arm was given a sterilizing heat treatment in March 2007, it was enclosedin a biological barrier wrap. This barrier is keeping microbes off the arm during the subsequentmonths before launch. 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Uwe Keller at the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany, and by Peter Smith at the University of Arizona originally built this camerafor the Mars Surveyor 2001 Lander mission, which was canceled in 2000. It is similar to acamera on the robotic arm of the unsuccessful Mars Polar Lander spacecraft, though with animproved illumination system. For the Phoenix Robotic Arm Camera, Keller is the lead scientistand Chris Shinohara of the University of Arizona is the lead engineer.The Surface Stereoscopic Imager will record panoramic views of the surroundings fromatop a mast on the lander. Its images from two cameras situated about as far apart as a pair ofhuman eyes will provide three-dimensional information that the Phoenix team will use in choosingwhere to dig and in operating the robotic arm.A choice of 12 different filters for each eye enables the instrument to produce images not onlyin full color, but in a several specific visual and infrared frequencies useful for interpreting geological and atmospheric properties. The multispectral and three-dimensional information willhelp scientists understand the geology of the landing area.The twin cameras will be able to look in all directions from a perch about 2 meters (7 feet)above Martian ground level. They will see with about the same resolution as human eyes,capturing each view onto 1-megapixel charge-coupled devices (a 1,024-by-1,024-pixel CCDfor each eye).The instrument will sometimes point upward to assess how much dust and water vapor is inthe atmosphere. When the robotic arm delivers soil and ice samples to deck-mounted instruments,the Surface Stereoscopic Imager will be able to look downward to inspect the samples.Views of the spacecraft's deck will also monitor dust accumulation, which is of scientific interestfor inferences about Martian winds and of engineering interest for effects of the dust buildupon solar panels.A University of Arizona team led by Chris Shinohara built the Phoenix Surface StereoscopicImager. Mark Lemmon of Texas A&M University, College Station, is lead scientist for this camera.The instrument closely resembles a stereo imager on Mars Polar Lander, which in turnused design features from the imager on Mars Pathfinder, which provided stereo views fromthe surface of Mars in July 1997.The Thermal and Evolved-Gas Analyzer will study substances that are converted to gasesby heating samples delivered to the instrument by the robotic arm. It provides two types of information.One of its tools, called a differential scanning calorimeter, monitors how much poweris required to increase the temperature of the sample at a constant rate. This reveals whichtemperatures are the transition points from solid to liquid to gas for ingredients in the sample.The gases that are released, or "evolved," by this heating then go to a mass spectrometer, atool that can identify the chemicals and measure their composition.The mass spectrometer will determine whether the samples of soil and ice contain any organiccompounds. It would be used to identify the types and amounts if any are present. Finding anywould be an important result for interpreting the habitability of the site.The instrument will also give information about water and carbon dioxide present as ices orbound to minerals. The amount of heat needed to drive off water or carbon dioxide that isbound to minerals is characteristically different for different minerals. The calorimeter's information from that process can help identify minerals in the soil, including carbonates if they are present.The mass spectrometer will measure the ratios of different isotopes of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen,argon and some other elements in the Martian samples. Isotopes are alternate forms ofthe same element with different atomic weights due to different numbers of neutrons. Ratioscan be changed by the effects of long-term processes that act preferentially on lighter or heavierisotopes of the same element. For example, some of Mars' original water was lost from theplanet by processes at the top of the atmosphere, favoring the removal of lighter isotopes ofhydrogen and oxygen and leaving modern Mars water with a raised ratio of heavier isotopes.The instrument has eight tiny ovens for samples, each to be used only once. The ovens areabout 1 centimeter (about half an inch) long and 2 millimeters (one-eighth inch) in diameter.At the start of an analysis, sample material is dropped into the oven through a screen. Theoven closes after a light-beam detector senses that it is full. The experiment gradually heatssamples to temperatures as high as 1,000 degrees Celsius (1,800 degrees Fahrenheit).Theheating process drives off water and any other volatile ingredients as a stream of gases. Thosegases are directed to the mass spectrometer.One of the samples that the instrument will analyze will be a special material that the landercarries from Earth, specially prepared to be as free of carbon as possible. This will serve asan experimental control as the instrument analyzes samples excavated at Mars. The controlmaterial is made of a machinable glass ceramic substance named Macor, from Corning Inc.The arm will scrape some of it up and deliver it to the analyzer to get a reading showing howwell the experiment can eliminate carbon carried from Earth. Carbon detected in assessmentsof Martian samples might be unavoidable traces of Earth carbon if the readings are no higherthan the amount in this control sample.The mass spectrometer part of the analyzer will examine samples of atmosphere at the landingsite, in addition to the evolved gases from scooped-up samples. The atmospheric measurementswill add information about humidity to the weather data monitored by the spacecraft'sMeteorological Station.The Thermal and Evolved-Gas Analyzer was built by teams at the University of Arizona, ledby William Boynton (science lead) and Heather Enos (project manager), and at the Universityof Texas, Dallas, led by John Hoffman. It is adapted from a similar instrument with the samename that flew on the Mars Polar Lander mission in 1999.The Microscopy, Electrochemistry and Conductivity Analyzer will use four tools to examinesoil. It will assess characteristics that a gardener or farmer would learn from a soil test,plus several more. Three of the tools will analyze samples of soil scooped and delivered bythe robotic arm -- a wet chemistry laboratory and two types of microscopes. The fourth tool ismounted near the end of the arm, and has a row of four small spikes that the arm will push intothe ground to examine electrical conductivity and other properties of the soil.The wet chemistry laboratory has four teacup-size beakers. Each will be used only once.Samples from Mars' surface and three lower depths may be analyzed and compared. Theinstrument will study soluble chemicals in the soil by mixing water with the sample to a soupyconsistency and keeping it warm enough to remain liquid during the analysis.On the inner surfaces of each beaker are 26 sensors, mostly electrodes behind selectively permeablemembranes or gels. Some sensors will give information about the pH of the soil -- thedegree to which it is acidic or alkaline. Soil pH is an important factor in what types of chemicalreactions, or perhaps what types of microbes, a soil habitat would favor, and it is has neverbeen measured on Mars. Other sensors will gauge concentrations of such ions as chlorides,bromides, magnesium, calcium and potassium, which form soluble salts in soil, and will recordthe level of the sample's oxidizing potential. One chemically important ion in soil, sulfate,cannot be directly sensed, so the analysis of each sample will end with a special process thatdetermines the amount of sulfate by observing its reaction with barium. Comparisons of theconcentrations of water-soluble ions in samples from different depths may provide clues to thehistory of water in the soil.The wet chemistry setup has a built-in robotic laboratory technician that adds potions to eachbeaker in a choreographed two-day sequence. Before each soil sample goes in, about 25cubic centimeters (nearly two tablespoons) of ice with dilute concentrations of several ionsis slowly melted in a special container, a process that takes one to two hours. After the wateris released into the beaker, the sensors make baseline measurements at this starting point.The first of five pill-size crucibles of prepared chemicals is then added to increase ion concentrationsby a known amount in order to calibrate the measurements. Next, a drawer abovethe beaker extends to receive the soil sample, and the scoop on the robotic arm drops up toone cubic centimeter (one-fifth of a teaspoon) of soil into the drawer, which then retracts anddumps the sample into the beaker. A paddle stirs the soup for hours while the sensors takemeasurements. The next day, the second crucible adds nitrobenzoic acid to the beaker to testhow ions from the soil react to increased acidity. The last three crucibles hold barium chloride.As they are added, one at a time, any sulfate from the soil reacts with the barium to make aninsoluble compound, taking both the barium and the sulfate out of solution. The amount of sulfatein the soil sample is determined by measuring the amount of unreacted barium left behind.The "microscopy" part of the Microscopy, Electrochemistry and Conductivity Analyzer will examinesoil particles and possibly ice particles with both an optical microscope and an atomicforce microscope. The robotic arm delivers soil samples to a wheel that rotates to presentthe samples to the microscopes. Along the perimeter of the wheel are substrates with differenttypes of surfaces, such as magnets and sticky silicone. This allows the experiment to getinformation from the particles' interaction with the various surfaces, as well as from the sizes,shapes and colors of the particles themselves.The biggest particles the optical microscope can view are about as long across as the thicknessof a dime, just over a millimeter. The smallest it can see are about 500 times smaller -- about 2 microns across. That would be the smallest scale ever seen on Mars, except thatthe atomic force microscope will image details down to another 20 times smaller than that -- assmall as about 100 nanometers, one one-hundredth the width of a human hair.The optical microscope obtains color information by illuminating the sample with any combinationof four different light sources. The illumination comes from 12 light-emitting diodes shiningin red, blue, green or ultraviolet parts of the spectrum. The atomic force microscope assemblesan image of the surface shape of a particle by sensing it with a sharp tip at the end of a spring,which has a strain gauge indicating how far the spring flexes to follow the contour of the surface.The process is like a much smaller version of a phonograph needle tracking the bumpinessinside the groove of a vinyl record.The shapes and the size distributions of soil particles may tell scientists about environmentalconditions the material has experienced. Tumbling rounds the edges. Repeated wetting andfreezing causes cracking. Clay minerals formed during long exposure to water have distinctive,plate-shaped particle shapes.The "conductivity" part of the Microscopy, Electrochemistry and Conductivity Analyzer will assesshow heat and electricity move through the soil from one spike to another of a four-spikeelectronic fork that will be pushed into the soil at different stages of digging by the arm. 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Also, slight temperature changes from one spike to the next canallow it to estimate wind speed.The Microscopy, Electrochemistry and Conductivity Analyzer is based on an instrument developedfor the Mars Surveyor 2001 Lander mission, which was canceled in 2000. The instrumentfor Phoenix inherited many of the original electronic and structural components. The conductivityprobe and other improvements have been added to the earlier design.A team led by Michael Hecht at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., designedand built the analyzer. A consortium led by Urs Staufer of the University of Neuchatel, Switzerland,provided the atomic force microscope. The University of Arizona provided the opticalmicroscope, equipped with an electronic detector (the same as in the Robotic Arm Camera)from the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany. JohnMarshall of the SETI Institute, Mountain View, Calif., is lead scientist for the optical microscope.Transfer Engineering and Manufacturing Inc., Fremont, Calif. (formerly Surface/Interface Inc.of Mountain View, Calif.) designed the sample wheel for the microscopes. Aaron Zent of NASAAmes Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., is science lead for the thermal and electrical conductivity probe, built by Decagon Devices Inc., Pullman, Wash. For the wet chemistry experiment,Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly the Water Analysis Division of Thermo Corp., Beverly,Mass.) provided the chemical beakers; Starsys Research Corp., Boulder, Colo. provided thechemistry actuator assemblies and Tufts University, Medford, Mass., prepared the crucibles ofreagents for mixing with the soil samples. Sam Kounaves of Tufts is lead scientist for the wetchemistry investigation.The Meteorological Station will track daily weather and seasonal changes using temperatureand pressure sensors plus a laser-reflection instrument. The information collected by thisfirst high-latitude weather station on Mars will aid understanding of how water is cycled seasonallybetween ice on the ground and vapor in the atmosphere.The laser tool, called a lidar for "light detection and ranging," uses powerful laser pulses ina way comparable to radio pulses emitted by a radar instrument. The laser beam is emittedvertically into the atmosphere. Atmospheric dust and ice particles in the beam's path reflect thelight, sending it in all directions, including straight downward. A telescope integrated into theinstrument detects the downward-reflected light. Analysis of the strength and time-delay of thereflections reveals information about the sizes and altitudes of the particles. Tracking changesin these atmospheric particles' abundances and locations over time will help researchers studyhow clouds and dust plumes form and move.The weather station includes a 1.2-meter (4-foot) mast bearing sensors at three heights tomonitor how temperature varies with height near the surface. The temperature sensors arethin-wire thermocouples; they measure temperature by its effect on the flow of an electricalcurrent through a closed circuit of two metals with different thermal properties. The thermocouplesuse the metals chromel (a nickel and chromium alloy) and constantan (a copper andnickel alloy). Also, hanging from the top of the mast is a wind telltale. This is a small tube thatwill be deflected by the wind. The science payload's stereo camera will record images of thetelltale that will be used to determine wind direction and speed. The top of the meteorologymast, at 1.14 meters (3.75 feet) above the deck, is the highest point on the lander.The Canadian Space Agency provided the Meteorological Station for Phoenix. Jim Whitewayof York University, Toronto, Ontario, leads the Canadian science team. The instrument constructionwas led by the Space Missions Group of MDA Ltd., Brampton, Ontario, with contributionsfrom Optech Inc., Toronto, for the lidar. The Finnish Meteorological Institute provided theinstrument for measuring atmospheric pressure. Aarhus University, Denmark, constructed thewind telltale.The Mars Descent Imager will take a downward-looking picture during the final momentsbefore the spacecraft lands on Mars. This image will provide a bridge between orbiter-scaleand lander-scale images. It is expected to show geological context helpful for planning thelander's activities and for interpreting other science instruments' observations and measurements.Conditions at the landing site have different implications if the site appears to be typicalof a much broader area than if the site happens to be an unusual patch of ground unlike itssurroundings.This camera is mounted on the outer edge of the payload deck of the lander. It was designedto take several images, but the plan was altered to just one image after testing showed that adata-handling component elsewhere on the lander had a small possibility of triggering loss ofsome vital engineering data if it receives imaging data during a critical phase of final descent.The timing of the image will be planned to yield higher resolution of the landing area than currentlypossible from orbit.The imager weighs just 480 grams (1 pound). The optics provide a field of view of 75.3 degrees.Exposure time is 4 milliseconds.. At that speed, some blurring may occur as the descentengines vibrate the spacecraft while the camera takes its image.Future spacecraft to the surface of Mars may need capability for steering themselves to avoidhazards or to reach specific landing sites. Descent imaging could be an important componentof the technology for accomplishing that.A tiny microphone is riding on the descent camera. It might catch sounds around the spacecraftwhile the camera is taking its image. There are no plans to power the camera to takepictures or to record sounds after the landing.The Mars Descent Imager that will fly on Phoenix was originally built for the Mars Surveyor2001 Lander mission, by a team led by Michael Malin at Malin Space Science Systems, SanDiego. A similar camera flew on Mars Polar Lander.Research StrategyThe planned operational life of the Phoenix Mars lander after it reaches Mars is 90 Martiandays. Each Martian day, often called a "sol," lasts about 40 minutes longer than an Earth day.That gives the Phoenix team three months to use the lander's instruments to address the waterand habitat questions of the mission's science objectives. Planning and practice simulationsbefore landing will prepare the team to make the best possible advantage of that time.Observations made by orbiter spacecraft during the evaluation of candidate landing sites forPhoenix provide a starting-point base of knowledge about the area. After Phoenix has landed,views from the Surface Stereoscopic Imager, with added context from the Mars Descent Cameraand closer looks with the Robotic Arm Camera, will be used for choosing where to collectthe first soil sample for analysis.The first samples fed into the lander's analyzers will come from the surface. Decisions abouthow much deeper to go before analyzing another sample will depend on results from thesurface material and on what the robotic arm camera and stereo imager see in the soil. TheThermal and Evolved-Gas Analyzer can check for organics and other volatiles in up to eightsamples. Researchers must be choosier with samples for the wet chemistry laboratory of theMicroscopy, Electrochemistry and Conductivity Analyzer, which can examine four differentsamples. The microscopes and conductivity probe can analyze soil more frequently during the90 sols. Meanwhile, the weather station and stereo imager will monitor changes in water anddust in the atmosphere throughout the mission. If the spacecraft remains functional longer thanthe 90-day prime mission, weather information might be collected during the approach of thenorthern hemisphere autumn on Mars, when dwindling sunlight will eventually make operationsimpossible, and buildup of carbon-dioxide frost will coat the spacecraft.What types of findings would help answer questions about the history of water? If the microscopesfind fine silty sediments or clay textures, that would be evidence supporting the hypothesisthat the northern highlands of Mars once held an ocean. The presence of carbonatesor other minerals that form in liquid water would be another. Rounded sand grains in the soilcould suggest a history of flowing water.The mass spectrometer will measure isotopic ratios. If there are differences between thoseratios in subsurface ice and in atmospheric water, that could suggest the subsurface ice is ancient.A gradient in the concentrations of salts at different depths in the soil would support thehypothesis that climate cycles periodically thaw some subsurface ice. The conductivity probe'sfindings about thermal properties of the soil, combined with determination of the depth to an icylayer, could strengthen estimates for how much change in climate would be needed to melt theice. The same ground-truth information will refine models of the ice's depth and of atmosphereiceinteractions in widespread areas of Mars that contain subsurface ice.Using the microscopes and arm camera to learn about how porous and layered the soil iswill help assess whether liquid water has come and gone. The conductivity probe will assesswhether, even today, the soil may have thin films of unfrozen water. Atmospheric measurementsas the season progresses through the Martian summer will aid the understanding ofhow water is seasonally cycled between solid and gas phases in the current Martian climate.What types of findings would help answer questions about whether this site could formerly orstill support microbial life? Three important factors in the suitability of a habitat for life are the availability of liquid water, the presence of carbon and access to energy. So evidence about thehistory of water will be one part of evaluating the habitat.The Thermal and Evolved-Gas Analyzer has the dramatic job of checking for organic carbonmolecules layer by layer as samples come from farther below the surface. Soluble sulfate mineralswould be a possible source of energy that could sustain life. The wet chemistry lab of theMicroscopy, Electrochemistry and Conductivity Analyzer can identify potential chemical-energysources if they are present in soil samples. 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Several types of evidence point to plentiful liquid water onancient Mars, and the northern hemisphere is low and smooth compared to the southern hemisphere.Much of the water that could have remained liquid when ancient Mars had a thickeratmosphere may now be underground ice.On a time scale of tens of thousands to a few million years, ice near the surface where Phoenixlands might periodically thaw during warmer periods of climate cycles. The tilt of Mars' axis wobbles more than Earth's, and the shape of Mars' orbit also cycles over time, from rounderto more elongated. Currently, Mars is about 20 percent farther from the sun during northernsummer than during northern winter, so the summers are relatively cool in the north. As theorbit varies, the northern ice cap will enjoy warm winters on a 50,000-year cycle. 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Lifemight persist in some type of dormant microbial form for millions of years between thaws, ifother conditions were right.The spacecraft is not equipped to detect past or present life. However, in addition to studyingthe status and history of water at the site, Phoenix will look for other conditions favorable to life.One condition considered essential for life as we know it is the presence of molecules thatinclude carbon and hydrogen. These are known as organic compounds, whether they comefrom biological sources or not. They include the chemical building blocks of life, as well as substances that can serve as an energy source, or food, for life. Phoenix would be able to detecteven very small amounts and identify them. Two Viking spacecraft that NASA landed on Marsin 1976 made the only previous tests for organic compounds in Martian soil, and they foundnone. Conditions at the surface may be harsh enough to break organic molecules apart andoxidize any carbon into carbon dioxide. 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So those activities will finish up all the battery ops."After that, Good and Reisman will make their way to the base of the station's robot arm where a Canadian hand-like extension known as DEXTRE is mounted. Engineers earlier spotted an insulation blanket that was not in the proper configuration and the astronauts will take a moment to fix that before moving to the shuttle's cargo bay."The final scheduled activity is to go down to the payload bay of Atlantis and get what we call a power and data grapple fixture, which is the structure the station arm connects to," Stover said. "It's an extra one we have brought up on Atlantis for planned install on a later EVA on the (Russian) Zarya module. That EVA is currently scheduled for the summer."A final get-ahead task will be carried out if time is available, replacing tools in external tool boxes that were carried inside the station by previous spacewalkers.Along with replacing the batteries in the P6 solar array segment, a second major objective of Atlantis' mission was installing a new Russian module known as Rassvet, or mini-research module No. 1. The new compartment was attached to the Earth-facing port of the Zarya module Tuesday and opened up on Thursday.Entering the module, Expedition 23 commander Oleg Kotov reported seeing what appeared to be metal flakes, or shavings, floating in the air, debris presumably shaken loose during launch. As always when opening a new module, Kotov was wearing goggles and a dust mask as a safety precaution."One thing that we did find were some metal flakes, or shavings, that were unexpected," Stover said. 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The design features the space shuttle Columbia's historic maiden flight of April 12, 1981.Mercury anniversaryFree shipping to U.S. addresses!Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Alan Shephard's historic Mercury mission with this collectors' item, the official commemorative embroidered patch. | | | | 2014 Spaceflight Now Inc.Atlantis journeys to launch pad for perhaps final timeSPACEFLIGHT NOWPosted: April 22, 2010Facing what could be the final voyage in its quarter-century of spaceflight, the shuttle Atlantis emerged from Kennedy Space Center's assembly building bathed in spotlights and traveled to the launch pad overnight.Check out Spaceflight Now's two photo galleries of Atlantis' rollout:The trip covering 3.5 miles along the rock-covered road began at 11:31 p.m. and concluded at 6:03 a.m. EDT when the mobile launching platform was securely anchored to pad 39A. The rollout was delayed twice by lightning concerns on Monday and Tuesday nights, then by soggy conditions on the crawlerway early Wednesday.Atlantis entered service with a classified Defense Department mission in October 1985 that deployed a pair of military communications satellites. Since then, the orbiter has flow 30 more times on a variety of flights that launched the Magellan radar mapper to Venus, the Galileo orbiter to Jupiter and the Gamma Ray Observatory to survey the cosmos, built U.S.-Russian relations with multiple dockings to the space station Mir, completed critical sorties to construct the International Space Station and extended the life of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowWhat's currently the last scheduled flight of the venerable spaceplane, Atlantis will blast off May 14 at 2:19 p.m. EDT carrying a Russian docking module to the International Space Station on mission STS-132.But whether it's truly the final time Atlantis will circle the planet depends if NASA approves the addition of one more mission to the the space shuttle manifest. That flight, known as STS-135, would use the extra external fuel tank and solid rocket boosters available to the shuttle program.No decisions have been made to authorize the bonus flight, leaving the Atlantis team well aware that Thursday's rollout might have been the historic last before the orbiter is retired."The manifest hasn't changed. STS-132 is still the last flight of Atlantis," said Mikes Moses, the shuttle launch integration manager.After Atlantis lands in late May, KSC workers will put the orbiter into normal post-flight turnaround activities and ready it for duty as a rescue vehicle.NASA has prepared "launch-on-need" shuttles throughout the post-Columbia era in case an orbiting astronaut crew needs rescued. Since the space agency will have the hardware available to stage a rescue of what's presently the final shuttle mission this fall, some have urged the program to launch that standby vehicle later on a standard mission, albeit with a smaller crew, and deliver more supplies to the International Space Station.If NASA opts to add the STS-135 mission, then Atlantis would see one more journey after all."It will be readied as a rescue vehicle, if needed. There has been a lot of talk from the administration, politically, whether you go ahead and fly that rescue vehicle since you have the hardware here and stacked. But there has been no decision made there," Moses.In any event, Atlantis' upcoming trek will help expand the Russian segment of the International Space Station with delivery of the Mini Research Module 1 that gets attached to the Earth-facing port of Zarya. Once fully activated, the module becomes a new docking compartment for visiting Russian spacecraft. Credit: Justin Ray/Spaceflight NowSee crew at the pad Atlantis' 12-day voyage includes three spacewalks to replace a half-dozen aging batteries on the station's Port 6 power truss, install a new space-to-ground communications antenna dish and boom on the Z1 truss and add a small platform onto the Canadian Dextre robot.Astronaut Ken Ham commands this 32nd flight of Atlantis. He'll be joined by pilot Tony Antonelli and mission specialists Garrett Reisman, Mike Good, Steve Bowen and Piers Sellers.The six men were among the spectators on hand Thursday to watch Atlantis' journey to the launch pad. "We ended up staying for hours because it is absolutely incredible," Ham said. "It was one of those moments we shared with each other to remind us of the reality of what we're going to go do."Following a launch May 14, the shuttle is scheduled to dock with the space station around 10 a.m. EDT on May 16. The first spacewalk starts around 8 a.m. May 17 to handle the new antenna and Dextre equipment installation tasks. Mini Research Module gets attached the morning of May 18 and the crew will ingress it on May 20.The second and third EVAs begins just after 7 a.m. May 19 and May 21, respectively, to perform the P6 battery replacement effort.Atlantis undocks around 11 a.m. May 23 and returns to Earth with a landing at Kennedy Space Center on May 26 at approximately 8:30 a.m. EDT.John Glenn Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The historic first orbital flight by an American is marked by this commemorative patch for John Glenn and Friendship 7.Final Shuttle Mission PatchFree shipping to U.S. addresses!The crew emblem for the final space shuttle mission is available in our store. Get this piece of history!Celebrate the shuttle programFree shipping to U.S. addresses!This special commemorative patch marks the retirement of NASA's Space Shuttle Program. 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