Steps of ISS assembly

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Spacecraft Launch date Landing date Station element
210 Dragon SpX-DM1 Mar 2, 2019 Mar 8, 2019  
211 Soyuz MS-12 Mar 14, 2019 Oct 3, 2019  
212 Progress MS-11 Apr 4, 2019 July 29, 2019  
213 Cygnus NG-11 Apr 17, 2019 Dec 6, 2019  
214 Dragon SpX-17 May 4, 2019 June 3, 2019  
215 Soyuz MS-13 July 20, 2019 Feb 6, 2020  
216 Dragon SpX-18 July 25, 2019 August 27, 2019  
217 Progress MS-12 July 31, 2019 Nov 29, 2019  
218 Soyuz MS-14 August 22, 2019 September 7, 2019  
219 HTV-8 (Kounotori) Sep 24, 2019 Nov 3, 2019  
220 Soyuz MS-15 Sep 25, 2019 up to now  
221 Cygnus NG-12 Nov 2, 2019 up to now  
222 Dragon SpX-19 Dec 5, 2019 Jan 7, 2020  
223 Progress MS-13 Dec 6, 2019 up to now  
224 Boeing CST-100 Starliner Dec 20, 2019 Dec 22, 2019  


On March 2, 2019 the launch of the Falcon-9 launch vehicle together with Dragon SpX-DM1 transport vehicle developed by the Space-X company was performed at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, by the launch team of the Space-X company. On March 3, 2019 Dragon transport vehicle was docked with the ISS Module Harmony in automatic mode. This is the first test flight of Crew Dragon to the ISS without crew.
On March 8, 2019 Dragon was undocked from the ISS, and on the same day the unmanned capsule landed in the Atlantic Ocean near the east coast of USA. The vehicle returned to the ground 136 kg of various cargoes, including the results of the experiments conducted onboard ISS.

Soyuz MS-12 SC prime crew

On March 14, 2019 Russian crew transport spacecraft Soyuz MS-12 was launched by the Soyuz-FG launch vehicle from the Baikonur cosmodrome (the ISS assembly program, flight 58S) and on March 15, 2019 it docked with ISS. Onboard the Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft there are three members of the crew of Expedition 59/60 (ISS-59/60), namely Russian cosmonaut Ovchinin Alexey and NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Christina Koch. The launch purpose is the following: to deliver the Expedition 59/60 crew (ISS-59/60) to the ISS; implementation of fundamental, science and applied research, solution of the tasks for technical support of the prime expedition crew flight and maintenance of the station and its systems serviceability as well.
On October 3, 2019, Soyuz MS-12 was undocked from ISS, and on the same day the descent vehicle carrying two ISS-59/60 crew members - Ovchinin Alexey, Nick Hague and one VC-19 crewmember Hazzaa Al Mansoori - returned to Earth.

On April 4, 2019 Baikonur Cosmodrome saw the launch of the Soyuz-2.1a LV together with Progress MS-11 transport cargo vehicle of the new generation (ISS Mission Program, flight number is 72P), which was docked with ISS on April 4, 2019. The space vehicle delivered to the station about 2.5 tons of various cargoes that are needed to continue the ISS mission in manned mode and provide living and working conditions for the crew.
On July 29, 2019 the Progress MS-11 space cargo vehicle was undocked from the ISS, de-orbited and brought down to its designated impact area in the Pacific Ocean.

On April 17, 2019 the launch of the Antares launch vehicle together with Cygnus NG-11 transport cargo vehicle was performed at NASAs Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia by the Orbital ATK launch team. On April 19, 2019 Cygnus transport cargo vehicle was docked with the ISS Module Unity by the dexterous manipulator. The space vehicle delivered to the station more than 3.4 tons of various cargoes, including scientific-research equipment, clothes and food for the crew.
On August 6, 2019 Cygnus transport cargo vehicle was undocked from ISS for the launch of nanosputniks in autonomous flight. On December 6, 2019 it was de-orbited and burned over the Pacific Ocean.

On May 4, 2019 the launch of the Falcon-9 launch vehicle together with Dragon SpX-17 transport cargo vehicle developed by the Space-X company was performed at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, by the launch team of the Space-X company. On December 8, 2018 Dragon transport cargo vehicle was docked with the ISS Module Harmony by the dexterous manipulator. The space vehicle delivered to the station 2.7 tons of various cargoes, including science hardware, food and consumables.
On June 3, 2019 Dragon was undocked from the ISS, and on the same day the unmanned capsule landed in the Pacific Ocean near the west coast of USA. The vehicle returned to the ground the experiment results, exhausted hardware and devices.

Soyuz MS-13 SC prime crew

On July 20, 2019 Russian crew transport spacecraft Soyuz MS-13 was launched by the Soyuz-FG launch vehicle from the Baikonur cosmodrome (the ISS assembly program, flight 59S) and on July 21, 2019 it docked with ISS. Onboard the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft there are three members of the crew of Expedition 60/61 (ISS-60/61), namely Russian cosmonaut Alexandr Skvortsov, ESA astronaut Luka Parmitano and NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan. The launch purpose is the following: to deliver the Expedition 60/61 crew (ISS-60/61) to the ISS; implementation of fundamental, science and applied research, solution of the tasks for technical support of the prime expedition crew flight and maintenance of the station and its systems serviceability as well.
On Februaru 6, 2020, Soyuz MS-13 was undocked from ISS, and on the same day the descent vehicle carrying two ISS-60/61 crew members - Alexandr Skvortsov, Luka Parmitano and one ISS-59/60 crewmember Christina Koch - returned to Earth.

On July 25, 2019 the launch of the Falcon-9 launch vehicle together with Dragon SpX-18 transport cargo vehicle developed by the Space-X company was performed at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, by the launch team of the Space-X company. On July 27, 2019 Dragon transport cargo vehicle was docked with the ISS Module Harmony by the dexterous manipulator. The space vehicle delivered to the station 2.3 tons of various cargoes, including science hardware, food and consumables.
On August 27, 2019 Dragon was undocked from the ISS, and on the same day the unmanned capsule landed in the Pacific Ocean near the west coast of USA. The vehicle returned to the ground the experiment results, exhausted hardware and devices.

On July 31, 2019 Baikonur Cosmodrome saw the launch of the Soyuz-2.1a LV together with Progress MS-12 transport cargo vehicle of the new generation (ISS Mission Program, flight number is 73P), which was docked with ISS on the same day. The space vehicle delivered to the station about 2.5 tons of various cargoes that are needed to continue the ISS mission in manned mode and provide living and working conditions for the crew.
On November 29, 2019 the Progress MS-12 space cargo vehicle was undocked from the ISS, de-orbited and brought down to its designated impact area in the Pacific Ocean.

On August 22, 2019 Russian crew transport spacecraft Soyuz MS-14 (unmanned) was launched by the Soyuz-2.1a launch vehicle from the Baikonur cosmodrome (the ISS assembly program, flight 60S) and on August 27, 2019 it docked with ISS. The launch purpose is the following: delivery to the station various cargoes for maintenance of the station and its systems serviceability as well.
On September 6, 2019, Soyuz MS-14 was undocked from ISS, and on September 7, 2019 the descent vehicle returned to Earth.

On September 24, 2019 JAXA specialists launched H-IIB launch vehicle carrying logistics vehicle HTV-8 (Konotori) from Tanegashima launch site, which was successfully berthed to the ISS module Harmony using SSRMS on September 28, 2019. The spacecraft delivered more than 5 tons of various cargo to the Station including water, food for the astronauts and science hardware, including six new lithium-ion batteries for the station's solar panels.
On November 1, 2019 HTV-8 transport cargo vehicle was undocked from ISS and on November 3, 2019 it was de-orbited and brought down to its designated impact area in the Pacific Ocean.

Soyuz MS-15 SC prime crew

On September 25, 2019 Russian crew transport spacecraft Soyuz MS-15 was launched by the Soyuz-FG launch vehicle from the Baikonur cosmodrome (the ISS assembly program, flight 61S) and on the same day it docked with ISS. Onboard the Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft there are two members of the crew of Expedition 61/62 (ISS-61/62), namely Russian cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka and NASA astronaut Jessica Meir, and the member of visiting crew VC-19 UAE astronaut Hazzaa Al Mansoori. The launch purpose is the following: to deliver the Expedition 61/62/VC-19 crew (ISS-61/62/VC-19) to the ISS; implementation of fundamental, science and applied research, solution of the tasks for technical support of the prime expedition crew flight and maintenance of the station and its systems serviceability as well.

On November 2, 2019 the launch of the Antares-230+ launch vehicle together with Cygnus NG-12 transport cargo vehicle was performed at NASAs Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia by the Orbital ATK launch team. On November 4, 2019 Cygnus transport cargo vehicle was docked with the ISS Module Unity by the dexterous manipulator. The space vehicle delivered to the station more than 3.7 tons of various cargoes, including scientific-research equipment, clothes and food for the crew.
On January 31, 2020 Cygnus transport cargo vehicle was undocked from ISS for the launch of nanosputniks in autonomous flight.

On December 5, 2019 the launch of the Falcon-9 launch vehicle together with Dragon CRS-19 transport cargo vehicle developed by the Space-X company was performed at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, by the launch team of the Space-X company. On December 8, 2019 Dragon transport cargo vehicle was docked with the ISS Module Harmony by the dexterous manipulator. The space vehicle delivered to the station more than 2.6 tons of various cargoes, including science hardware, food and consumables.
On January 7, 2020 Dragon was undocked from the ISS, and on the same day the unmanned capsule landed in the Pacific Ocean near the west coast of USA. The vehicle returned to the ground the experiment results, exhausted hardware and devices.

On December 6, 2019 Baikonur Cosmodrome saw the launch of the Soyuz-2.1a LV together with Progress MS-13 transport cargo vehicle of the new generation (ISS Mission Program, flight number is 74P), which was docked with ISS on December 9, 2019. The space vehicle delivered to the station about 2.5 tons of various cargoes that are needed to continue the ISS mission in manned mode and provide living and working conditions for the crew.

On December 20, 2019, US Air Force base on Cape Canaveral, Florida, launched Atlas V launch vehicle carrying crew transportation spacecraft Boeing CST-100 Starliner. This was the first test flight of Starliner to the ISS in unmanned mode.
Due to an error in the Mission Elapsed Time counter, after separation from the launch vehicle the spacecraft spent too much propellant on correcting its position, thus precluding any chance of rendezvous and docking with the station.
On December 22 Starliner successfully landed at White Sands test range in New Mexico. The landing went normally, using three parachutes.

ISS Crew


  SKRIPOCHKA
Oleg



MORGAN   Andrew MORGAN
Andrew



   MEIR
Jessica