History of Flights

(launch dates are given in standard Moscow time)

Space Vehicle Flight Number Crew Flight Dates and Duration Flight Tasks
Crew Space Vehicle
172 Soyuz
-20M
46S

ISS-47/48 Crew:
Alexey Ovchinin
(Commander, Russia),
Oleg Skripochka
(Flight engineer, Russia),
Jeffry Williams
(Flight engineer, NASA)

March 19

September 12, 2016
172 days
3 h
47 min

March 19

September 12, 2016
172 days
3 h
47 min

Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research. Docking to Mini-Research Module "Poisk" (MRM2) according to the "fast" scheme March 19, 2016.

173 Cygnus OA-6

March 23,

June 22,
2016
91 days
10 h
24 min

Delivery of various cargoes and waste disposal. Capture and berth to Unity module port using SSRMS March 26, 2016. Undocking from ISS on June 14, 2016 for conducting of experiment to study combustion in microgravity in autonomous flight and launch of 4 nanosputniks.

174 Progress
S-02
63P

March 31,

October 14,
2016
198 days
21 h
15 min

Propellant and cargo delivery. Docking to TC of SM Zvezda April 2, 2016.

175 Dragon SpX-8

April 8,

May 11,
2016
32 days
22 h
11 min

Cargo, scientific and resourse equipment delivery to ISS. Capture and berth to Harmony module port using SSRMS April 10, 2016. Undocking from ISS on May 11, 2016. Return to Earth of the scientific and used equipment, the results of the experiments conducted onboard ISS. Waste disposal.

176 Soyuz
MS
47S

ISS-48/49 Crew:
Anatoli Ivanishin
(Commander, Russia),
Takuya Onishi
(Flight engineer, JAXA),
Kathleen Rubins
(Flight engineer, NASA)

July 7,
2016

October 30, 2016
115 days
2 h
22 min

July 7,
2016

October 30, 2016
115 days
2 h
22 min

Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research. Docking to Mini-Research Module "Rassvet" (MRM1) July 9, 2016.

177 Progress
S-03
64P

July 17,
2016

January 31,
2017
198 days
20 h
42 min

Propellant and cargo delivery. Docking to Pirs DC1 July 19, 2016.

178 Dragon SpX-9

July 18,

August 26,
2016
39 days
11 h
3 min

Cargo, scientific and resourse equipment delivery to ISS. Capture and berth to Harmony module port using SSRMS August 26, 2016. Undocking from ISS on August 26, 2016. Return to Earth of the scientific and used equipment, the results of the experiments conducted onboard ISS. Waste disposal.

179 Cygnus OA-5

October 18,

November 28,
2016
40 days
23 h
50 min

Delivery of various cargoes and waste disposal. Capture and berth to Unity module port using SSRMS October 23, 2016. Undocking from ISS on November 21, 2016 for conducting of experiment to study combustion in microgravity in autonomous flight and launch of 4 nanosputniks.

180 Soyuz
MS-02
48S

ISS-49/50 Crew:
Sergey Ryzhikov
(Commander, Russia),
Andrey Borisenko
(Flight engineer, Russia),
Robert Kimbrough
(Flight engineer, NASA)

October 19,
2016

April 10, 2017
173 days
3 h
16 min

October 19,
2016

April 10, 2017
173 days
3 h
16 min

Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research. Docking to Mini-Research Module "Poisk" (MRM2) October 21, 2016.

181 Soyuz
MS-03
49S

ISS-50/51 Crew:
Oleg Novitsky
(Commander, Russia),
Thomas Pesquet
(Flight engineer, ESA)

November 17,
2016

June 2, 2017
196 days
17 h
50 min

November 17,
2016

June 2, 2017
196 days
17 h
50 min

Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research. Docking to Mini-Research Module "Rassvet" (MRM1) November 20, 2016.

ISS-50/51/52 Crew:
Peggy Whitson
(Flight engineer, NASA)

November 17,
2016

September 3, 2017
289 days
5 h 1 min

Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research. Return to Earth by SC Soyuz MS-04.

182 Progress
S-04
65P

December 1,
2016

An off-nominal situation at the 382-th second of flight

183 HTV-6
Kounotori
HTV-6

December 9,
2016

February 6,
2017
58 days
1 h
38 min

Delivery of food, water, science hardware.
Capture and berth to Harmony module port using SSRMS December 13, 2016. Undocking from ISS on January 27, 2017 for conducting an experiment (removal of debris from Earth orbit).

ISS Crew


RYZHIKOV SergeyRYZHIKOV
Sergey



KUD-SVERCHKOV SergeyKUD-SVERCHKOV
Sergey



RUBINS<br>KathleenRUBINS
Kathleen