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Global Positioning System (GPS) Attitude and Navigation Experiment (GANE)

Payload experiment on STS-77 as part of the Technology Experiments for Advancing Missions in Space (TEAMS) suite.

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STS-77 Marc Garneau personal patch

Garneau was one of the first Canadian Astronauts and he became the first Canadian in outer space in October 1984.[8] In 1984, he was seconded to the new Canadian Astronaut Program (CAP), one of six chosen from over 4,000 applicants. He flew on the shuttle Challenger, STS-41-G from October 5 to 13, 1984, as payload specialist. He was promoted to Captain in 1986, and left the Navy in 1989, to become deputy director of the CAP. In 1992-93, he underwent further training to become a mission specialist. He worked as CAPCOM for a number of shuttle flights and was on two further flights himself - STS-77 (May 19 to 29, 1996) and STS-97 (to the ISS, November 30 to December 11, 2000). He has logged over 677 hours in space.

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STS-77 - 4" - Unknown maker

STS-77 was the 77th Space Shuttle mission and the 11th mission of the Space Shuttle Endeavour. The mission began from launch pad 39B from Kennedy Space Center, Florida on 19 May 1996 lasting 10 days and 40 minutes and completing 161 revolutions before landing on runway 33.

NASA's flight of shuttle Endeavour was devoted to opening the commercial space frontier. During the flight the crew performed microgravity research aboard the commercially owned and operated SPACEHAB module. The mission also deployed and retrieved the Spartan-207/IAE (Inflatable Antenna Experiment) satellite and rendezvoused with a test satellite. A suite of four technology experiments known as the Technology Experiments for Advancing Missions in Space (TEAMS) also flew in the Shuttle's payload bay.

Slightly better quality than the Eagle Crest Emblem STS-77 patch. Says "Endeavour" on the shuttle unlike the A-B Emblem version.

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STS-77 - 4" - Unknown maker

STS-77 was the 77th Space Shuttle mission and the 11th mission of the Space Shuttle Endeavour. The mission began from launch pad 39B from Kennedy Space Center, Florida on 19 May 1996 lasting 10 days and 40 minutes and completing 161 revolutions before landing on runway 33.

NASA's flight of shuttle Endeavour was devoted to opening the commercial space frontier. During the flight the crew performed microgravity research aboard the commercially owned and operated SPACEHAB module. The mission also deployed and retrieved the Spartan-207/IAE (Inflatable Antenna Experiment) satellite and rendezvoused with a test satellite. A suite of four technology experiments known as the Technology Experiments for Advancing Missions in Space (TEAMS) also flew in the Shuttle's payload bay.

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STS-77 - 4" - Eagle Crest Emblem

STS-77 was the 77th Space Shuttle mission and the 11th mission of the Space Shuttle Endeavour. The mission began from launch pad 39B from Kennedy Space Center, Florida on 19 May 1996 lasting 10 days and 40 minutes and completing 161 revolutions before landing on runway 33.

NASA's flight of shuttle Endeavour was devoted to opening the commercial space frontier. During the flight the crew performed microgravity research aboard the commercially owned and operated SPACEHAB module. The mission also deployed and retrieved the Spartan-207/IAE (Inflatable Antenna Experiment) satellite and rendezvoused with a test satellite. A suite of four technology experiments known as the Technology Experiments for Advancing Missions in Space (TEAMS) also flew in the Shuttle's payload bay.

 

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STS-77 - 4" - A-B Emblem

STS-77 was the 77th Space Shuttle mission and the 11th mission of the Space Shuttle Endeavour. The mission began from launch pad 39B from Kennedy Space Center, Florida on 19 May 1996 lasting 10 days and 40 minutes and completing 161 revolutions before landing on runway 33.

NASA's flight of shuttle Endeavour was devoted to opening the commercial space frontier. During the flight the crew performed microgravity research aboard the commercially owned and operated SPACEHAB module. The mission also deployed and retrieved the Spartan-207/IAE (Inflatable Antenna Experiment) satellite and rendezvoused with a test satellite. A suite of four technology experiments known as the Technology Experiments for Advancing Missions in Space (TEAMS) also flew in the Shuttle's payload bay.

The A-B Emblem version lacks the "Endeavour" on the shuttle. 

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Tank Pressure Control Experiment/Reduced Fill Level (TPCE/RFL)

Tank Pressure Control Experiment/Reduced Fill Level (TPCE/RFL)

STs-77 payload. University of Cincinatti.

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Hitchhiker Technology Experiments for Advancing Missions in Space (TEAMS)

TEAMS is comprised of four experiments which are mounted on a crossbay carrier. The experiments are as follows: the Global Positioning System (GPS) Attitude and Navigation Experiment (GANE); the Vented Tank Resupply Experiment (VTRE); the Passive Aerodynamically Stabilized Magnetically Damped Satellite (PAMS); and the Liquid Metal Thermal Experiment (LMTE).

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Microgravity Smoldering Combustion

The Microgravity Smoldering Combustion (MSC) experiment is part of a study of the smolder characteristics of porous combustible materials in a microgravity environment. Smoldering is a non-flaming form of combustion that takes place in the interior of porous combustible Flown on STS-69 and STS-77 as a GAS (Get Away Special) payload

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Marc Garneau

Personal patch for Marc Garneau on STS-77

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Liquid Metal Thermal Experiment (LMTE)

The Liquid Metal Thermal Experiment (LMTE) is a Hitchhiker based flight experiment manifested on STS-77. The purpose of LMTE is to evaluate the performance of liquid metal heat pipes in microgravity conditions.

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Vented Tank Resupply Experiment (VTRE)

The Vented Tank Resupply Experiment (VTRE) will test the performance of Capillary Acquisition Vanes for future spacecraft liquid storage tanks. These vanes are designed to keep liquid from inadvertently venting from a tank during refilling or pressure relief operations in the zero gravity of orbit. Flown on STS-77

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STS-77 Nicknames patch

One of the crew members on STS-77 was Canadian Mission Specialist Marc Garneau. Garneau was the first Canadian to fly in space back in 1984 on mission STS-41G.Other STS-77 crewmembers would tease him that it was such a long time ago, that it must have been back in the Apollo program days.The name "Apollo" stuck and slowly but surely, all the crew members were given nicknames of mythological gods. Of course, commander John Casper became the supreme god Zeus after the famous Greek inhabitant of Olympus. Pilot Curt Brown became Saturn. Saturn is the somethimes cantankerous Roman god of agriculture and since Brown is part owner of a Texas farm and can be said to share some personality traits with Saturn, the crew bestowed that name on him. Mission Specialist Andy Thomas name had appeared on numerous mission related documents as Andy Thoron before the error was caught, so he immediately became the Norse god of thunder, Thor. Mario Runco was named for the Roman god of the sea, Neptune, because of his professional background in oceanography. Dan Burch was initially nicknamed Pan for the Greek god of flocks and shepherds as he was the one who seemed to arrange for the crew's social gatherings. However, since Burch was the shortest member of the crew, the original reference to Pan was quickly lost and was displaced by a reference to the cute but impish figure of Pan from Walt Disney's movie "Fantasia". Later it was changed to Bacchus for the Greco-Roman god of wine to recapture the social reference. (text by, Jacques van Oene and Bert Vis)

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Advanced Separations (ADSEP)

The Advanced Organic Materials Separation Process experiment enhances separation technologies for medical products. Separation, purification and classification of cells are limiting factors in biomedical research and pharmaceutical drug development. Advanced separation technology is designed to foster separation capabilities for terrestrial commercial application and microgravity research. Experiment on Spacehab on both STS-77 and STS-95 built by Space Hardware Optimization Technology (SHOT)

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