CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Sept. 21 (UPI) -- NASA has assigned the astronauts who will make the last scheduled space shuttle trip, targeted to launch in September 2010 to the International Space Station.
The historic mission, designated STS-133, will involve space shuttle Endeavour delivering a pressurized logistics module to the space station.
The space agency said retired Air Force Col. Steven Lindsey will command the eight-day mission, with Air Force Col. Eric Boe serving as pilot. Astronauts assigned to the mission are Air Force Col. Benjamin Alvin Drew Jr., Michael Barratt, Army Col. Timothy Kopra and Nicole Stott.
Astronaut biographical information is available at http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/Bios.