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
225 Cygnus NG-13

February 15

May 29
2020
105 days

Delivery of various cargoes and waste disposal. Capture and berth to Unity module port using SSRMS February 18, 2020. Undocking from ISS on May 11, 2020. Launch of nanosputniks in autonomous flight.

226 Dragon CRS-20

March 7


April 7
2020
31 days

Cargo, scientific and resourse equipment delivery to ISS. Capture and berth to Harmony module port using Canadarm-2 March 9, 2020. Undocking from ISS on April 7, 2020. Return to Earth of the scientific and used equipment, the results of the experiments conducted onboard ISS. Waste disposal.

227 Soyuz
S-16
62S

ISS-62/63 Crew:
Anatoly Ivanishin
(Commander, Russia),
Ivan Wagner
(Flight engineer, Russia),
Christopher Cassidy
(Flight engineer, NASA)

April 9, 2020

up to now

April 9, 2020

up to now

Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research.
Docking to Mini-Research Module "Poisk" (MRM2) April 9, 2020.

228 Progress
S-14
75P

April 25, 2020

up to now

Propellant and cargo delivery. Docking to TC of SM Zvezda according to the "superfast" scheme (3 h 20 min from the launch) on April 25, 2020.

229 «Dragon V2» SpaceX DM-2

Crew:
Douglas Hurley
(commander, NASA),
Robert Behnken
(pilot, NASA)

May 30, 2020

up to now

May 30, 2020

up to now

The first crewed flight to the ISS of the US commercial reusable spacecraft. Tasks to check the performance of Falcon 9 LV, Crew Dragon spacecraft, ground infrastructure, as well as launch, rendezvous, docking with ISS and splashdown operations. Automatic docking to the docking adapter on the Harmony Node module on May 31, 2020.

ISS Crew


CASSIDY Christopher CASSIDY
Christopher



Anatoly Ivanishin IVANISHIN
Anatoly



WAGNER Ivan WAGNER
Ivan



  BEHNKEN
Robert



  HURLEY
Douglas