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(launch dates are given in standard Moscow time)
Space Vehicle Flight Number Crew Flight Dates and Duration Flight Tasks
Crew Space Vehicle
80 Progress
-66
32P

February 10

May 18,
2009
97 days
09 h
25 min

Propellant and cargo delivery. Docking to Pirs DC1 February 13, 2009. From May 6, 2009 in free flight. Conduct of Plasma-Progress experiment.

81 Discovery STS-119 15A

US Crew:
Archambault Lee Joseph ,
Antonelli Dominic Anthony,
Acaba Joseph Michael,
Phillips John Lynch,
Swanson Steven Ray,
Arnold Richard Robert

Wakata Koichi

March
16 - 28,
2009
12 days
19 h
30 min

 

 


March
16

July 31,
2009
137 days
15 h
4 min

March
16 - 28,
2009
12 days
19 h
30 min

 

 

 

Delivery and mounting of the last section of solar arrays in the ISS USOS, rotation of one ISS crewmember (NASDA astronaut Wakata Koichi replaced NASA astronaut Sandra Magnus), performance of the ISS servicing and outfitting operations on the USOS external surface, return of the equipment and the results of the experiments conducted onboard the ISS to the Earth. Docking to Harmony module through pressurized adapter PMA-2. Three EVAs.

 

 

The third member of the ISS expedition crew. Return by Endeavour space vehicle, STS-127.

82 Soyuz
-14
18S

ISS-19 Crew:
Gennady Padalka
(Commander, Russia)
Michael Barratt
(Flight engineer, USA)

VC-16:
Charles Simonyi (Spaceflight participant, USA)

March 26

October 11,
2009
198 days
16 h
42 min


March 26

April 8,
2009
12 days
19 h
26 min

March 26

October 11,
2009
198 days
16 h
42 min


Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research. Docking to Zvezda SM IC March 28, 2009. Two EVA's.

 

 

Performance of scientific experiments under program of the Russian VC - 16. Return on Soyuz -13 SC.

83 Progress
-02M
33P

May 7, 2009

July 13,
2009
66 days
21 h
52 min

Propellant and cargo delivery. Docking to Pirs DC1 May 12, 2009. Since June 30, 2009 in free flight. Flight tests of the modernized space vehicle systems, test approach to SM Zvezda docking port (up to 17 meters) - July 17, 2009.

84 Soyuz
-15
19S

ISS-20 Crew:
Roman Romanenko
(Commander, Russia)
Frank De Winne
(Flight engineer,
Belgium)
Robert Thirsk
(Flight engineer,
Canada)

May 27,

Dec 1,
2009

187 days
20 h
40 min

May 27,

Dec 1,
2009

187 days
20 h
40 min

Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research.
Docking to the port of Zarya Functional and Cargo Module May 29, 2009.

85 Endeavour STS-127 2J/A

US Crew:
Polansky Mark Lewis,
Hurley Douglas Gerald,
Wolf David Alexander,
Cassidy Christopher John,
Payette Julie,
Marshburn Thomas Henry

Kopra Timothy Lennart

July
1631,
2009
15 days
16 h
45 min

 

 


July
16

September 12, 2009
58 days
2 h
50 min

July
1631,
2009
15 days
16 h
45 min

 

 

 

Delivery and mounting of the third section of Japanese Research Module Kibo, rotation of one ISS crewmember (NASA astronaut Timothy Kopra replaced NASDA astronaut Koichi Wakata), performance of the ISS servicing and outfitting operations on the USOS external surface, return of the equipment and the results of the experiments conducted onboard the ISS to the Earth. Five EVAs.

 

 

The sixth member of the ISS expedition crew.
Return by Discovery space vehicle, STS-128.

86 Progress
-67
34P

July 24

September 27,
2009
64 days 23 h 22 min

Propellant and cargo delivery. Docking to Zvezda SM IC July 29, 2009. From September 21, 2009 in free flight. Conduct of Plasma-Progress experiment.

87 Discovery STS-128 17A

US Crew:
Sturckow Frederick Wildors,
Ford Kevin Anthony,
Forrester Patrick Graham,
Hernandez Jose Moreno,
Olivas John Daniel,
Fuglesabg Christer

Nicole Stott

August 29
September 12, 2009
13 days
20 h
54 min

 

 

 


August 29
November 27, 2009
90 days
10 h
44 min

August 29
September 12, 2009
13 days
20 h
54 min

 

 

 


Delivery and mounting of the last section of solar arrays in the ISS USOS, rotation of one ISS crewmember (NASDA astronaut Wakata Koichi replaced NASA astronaut Sandra Magnus), performance of the ISS servicing and outfitting operations on the USOS external surface, return of the equipment and the results of the experiments conducted onboard the ISS to the Earth. Docking to Harmony module through pressurized adapter PMA-2. Three EVAs.

 

 

The sixth member of the ISS expedition crew.
Return by Atlantis space vehicle, STS-129.

88 HTV-1
 

September 10

November 2,
2009

Test flight of the first cargo vehicle of HTV serie. Scientific hardware delivery for the ISS outfitting operations . It was docked with the ISS module Harmony by the dexterious manipulator on September 18, 2009. Since October 30, 2009 in free flight.

89 Soyuz
-16
20S

ISS-21/22 Crew:
Maxim Suraev
(Commander, Russia)
Jeffrey Williams
(Flight engineer, USA)

VC-17:
Guy Laliberte (Spaceflight participant, Canada)

September 30,
2009

up to now

 


September 30,

October 11,
2009
10 days
21 h
17 min

September 30,
2009

up to now

 


Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research. Docking to Zvezda SM IC October 2, 2009.

 

 

Performance of scientific experiments under program of the Russian VC-17. Return on Soyuz -14 SC.

90 Progress
-03M
35P

October 15, 2009

up to now

Propellant and cargo delivery. Docking to Pirs DC1 October 18, 2009.

91 Progress
M-MRM2
 

November 10

Dectmber 8,
2009

Delivery of Mini-Research Module "Poisk" (MRM2). Docking with TC of SM Zvezda - November 12, 2009.

92 Atlantis
STS-129
ULF3

US Crew:
Charles Hobaugh,
Barry Wilmore,
Randolph Bresnik,
Michael Foreman,
Leland Melvin,
Robert Satcher

November 16, 2009

November 27, 2009
10 days
19 h
16 min

November 16, 2009

November 27, 2009
10 days
19 h
16 min

Delivery of more than 12 tons of cargo, preparation for docking with ISS of Tranquility module, return of one crewmember (Nicole Stott) to the Earth, performance of the ISS servicing and outfitting operations on the USOS external surface, return of the equipment and the results of the experiments conducted onboard the ISS to the Earth. Three EVAs.

93 Soyuz
-17
21S

ISS-22/23 Crew:
Oleg Kotov
(Commander, Russia)
Timothy Creamer
(Flight engineer,
USA)
Soichi Noguchi
(Flight engineer,
Japan)

Dec 21,
2009

up to now

Dec 21,
2009

up to now

Implementation of fundamental, science and applied research. Docking to Zarya FGB port December 23, 2009.

 

 
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