Flight Experiments & Special Projects

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TS-107 SpaceHab mission for Human Health – Prostate Carcinoma Experiment – BDS-05, January 2003 – PI: Leland W. Chung, Co- I: Thomas J. Goodwin

‍Space Shuttle Columbia STS-107 during its 16-day mission
‍Space Shuttle Columbia STS-107 during its 16-day mission. Credit: NASA

STS-111/UF-2 Commercial Payload Experiment StelSys for the study of Human Liver Toxicity in Space – Thomas J. Goodwin, Project Manager / Scientist

STS-111/UF-2 First Freezer System, ARCTIC #2, to ISS for preservation of biological samples - Thomas J. Goodwin, Project Manager/ Scientist

STS-110/8A First Freezer System, ARCTIC #1, to ISS for preservation of biological samples – Thomas J. Goodwin, Project Manager/ Scientist

STS-108 Cellular Biotechnology Operating System (CBOSS) – Thomas J. Goodwin, Project Manager/ Scientist

STS-105 Cellular Biotechnology Operating System (CBOSS) – Thomas J. Goodwin, Project Manager/ Scientist

STS-106 P6 Truss and Array Mission: CGBA Molecular Genetics In Space September 2000 – Principle Investigators: T.G. Hammond, and T.J. Goodwin

STS-90 Neurolab – BSTC, May 1998 – Principle Investigators: T.G. Hammond, J.Kaysen, T.J. Goodwin

STS-89/Mir7: BTS/Co-Cult, Scheduled Flight January 22, 1998 – Co-Principal Investigators: Elliot Levine, MD, and NASA Thomas J. Goodwin

STS-86/Mir6: Bio-3D, Scheduled Flight September 25, 1997 – Principal Investigators: T.G. Hammond, T. J. Goodwin, and P.I. Lelkes

STS-85: EDU-1R, Scheduled Flight August 7, 1997 – Principal Investigator - J. Milburn Jessup, and NASA Tech. Manager Thomas J. Goodwin

STS-79/Mir3: BTS/CART, Bovine cartilage, Scheduled Flight September 1996 – Principal Investigator: Lisa E. Freed and NASA Tech. Manager Thomas J. Goodwin

STS-70: BDS, EDU #1 Payload, Scheduled Flight in July 1995 – Principal Investigator Phase I: J. Milburn Jessup and NASA Tech. Manager Thomas J. Goodwin. Principal Investigator Phase II: Stanley Kleis and NASA Tech. Monitor Rafael Garcia

STS-62: BDS; BSTC Payload, Scheduled flight in January 1994 – Principal Investigator: Thomas J. Goodwin

STS-57: ASPECS Payload, Scheduled flight in June, 1993 – Principal Investigator: Glenn F. Spaulding; Co-Investigator: Thomas J. Goodwin

STS-56: DSO-316A, Scheduled flight in January, 1993 – Principal Investigator: Glenn F. Spaulding, MD; Co-Investigators: Thomas J. Goodwin, Y. David Tsao

STS-54: DSO-322, Scheduled flight in January, 1993 – Principal Investigator: Neal R. Pellis; Co-Investigators: Thomas J. Goodwin, Glenn F. Spaulding

STS-44: DSO-316, Successful flight in November, 1991 – Principal Investigator: Glenn F. Spaulding, MD; Co-Investigator: Y. David Tsao