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INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
EXPEDITION ONE (ISS-1)
CREWS OF THE FIRST LONG-DURATION EXPRDITION

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Launch:
  by the Soyuz-U LV with the Soyuz TM-31 transport spacecraft on October 31, 2001 at 07:52:47.241 UTC (10:52 DMT).
Launch site:
  The Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
Landing:
  on the Discovery shuttle STS-102/5A.1 on March 21, 2001 at 07:31:42 UTC (10:31:42 DMT).
Landing site:
  Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA.
Flight duration:
  140 days 23 hrs 38 min 55 s.

Prime crew

William SHEPHERD

ISS commander
Soyuz-TM TV flight-engineer-2

NASA, USA
Yuri Pavlovich
GIDZENKO
ISS pilot
Soyuz-TM TV commander
RGNIITsPK,
Russia
Sergei Konstantinovich
KRIKALEV
ISS flight-engineer
Soyuz-TM TV flight-engineer
RSC Energia,
Russia

From left to right: Sergei K. Krikalev, William M. (Bill) Shepherd, Yuri P. Gidzenko.

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Backup crew

Kenneth D. BOWERSOX

ISS commander
Soyuz-TM TV flight-engineer-2

NASA, USA
Vladimir Konstantinovich
DEZHUROV
ISS pilot
Soyuz-TM TV commander
RGNIITsPK,
Russia
Mikhail Vladislavovich
TURIN
ISS flight-engineer
Soyuz-TM TV flight-engineer
RSC Energia,
Russia

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