STS-58 – Space Patches
Fiftheenth Columbia flight. Spacelab Life Science-2 (SLS-2) was a mission dedicated to the study of cardiovascular, regulatory, neurovestibular and musculoskeletal systems, to gain more knowledge on how the human body adapts to the space environment. Landed November 1, 1993 at Edwards Air Force Base, CA. Mission Duration: 338 hours 12 minutes 32 seconds.
Launch Date: October 18, 1993 Launch Vehicle: Columbia Crew: Commander: John E. Blaha, Pilot: Richard Searfoss, PC: Margaret Rhea Seddon, Mission Specialists: Shannon W. Lucid, David A. Wolf, William McArthur, Jr., Payload Specialists: Martin J. Fettman.