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Endeavour March 2, 1995 – March 18, 1995 Mission Duration: 399 hrs 09 mins 47 secs (16d 15h) ITA Experiment: CMIX-3 Hardware Flown:   MDA & LMAs 4 Flight Units Numerous commercial and industrial experiments including 3 student experiments as part of ITA’s Space Outreach Program Primary Mission Objective:  ASTRO-2 Astro-2 was the second dedicated Spacelab mission to conduct astronomical observations in the ultraviolet spectral regions. It consisted of three unique instruments – the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope (HUT), the Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (UIT) and the Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photo- Polarimeter Experiment (WUPPE). These experiments selected targets from a list of over 600 and observed objects ranging from inside our solar system to individual stars, nebulae, supernova remnants, galaxies and active extragalactic objects. The ITA CMIX-3 flew as a secondary payload in a shuttle middeck locker.
STS-67 1995 Endeavor Launch
STS-67 Astro-2
STS-67 Barren Island volcano
STS-67 LMA Tray in space
STS-67 Astronaut Wendy  Lawrence by CMIX on middeck
STS-67 Views Mt Pinatubo
STS-67 Astronaut Bill Gregory activates LMAs
STS-67 Astronaut Ron Parise during MDA Ops
STS-67 Landing at Dryden Flight Research Center
ASTRO-2 Studies Astronomical Phenomena
STS-67 Sunset and earth limb view
STS-67 Crystal Lambda Lysozyme