ISS-65 mission


ISS-65

ISS crew:

Commander -
Akihiko Hoshide

Flight engineers:
leg Novitskiy
Petr Dubrov
Mark Vande Hei
Robert Shane Kimbrough
Megan McArthur
Tomas Pesquet


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Nauka module pneumatics and vacuum tests completed at Baikonur
May 12, 2021

Nauka module pneumatics and vacuum tests completed at Baikonur At the Baikonur launch site, specialists from S.P.Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia (which is a part of State Corporation Roscosmos) have successfully completed pneumatics and vacuum testing of the laboratory module Nauka. The tests, which lasted about a month, verified the pressure integrity of the hull, hatches and docking assemblies, as well as the functioning of pneumatic and hydraulic systems, propulsion system and external hydraulic systems after their installation.
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Ground tests of MLM Nauka Ground tests of MLM Nauka
May 11, 2021 More...

Scheduled operations of the final phase of Factory Check Tests (FCT) on the Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM) Nauka of the Russian Segment of the International Space Station (ISS) continue at the Baikonur launch site under the program of ground pre-launch processing at the processing facility of Area 254.



Named after Korolev Named after Korolev
May 6, 2021 More...

For thirty years now, our company has been bearing the name of the Chief Designer Sergei Pavlovich Korolev.
By the Directive No.117 of the Ministry of General Machine-Building dated May 6, 1991, the Scientific and Production Association Energia was given the name of S.P.Korolev. A similar companys in-house Directive No. 111 was issued on June 7, 1991.



The record-breaking flight of spacecraft Progress MS-14 has been completed The record-breaking flight of spacecraft Progress MS-14 has been completed
April 30, 2021 ...

On Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at 02:11:30 Moscow time, transportation cargo spacecraft Progress MS-14 undocked nominally from the Zvezda module of the Russian segment of the International Space Station. Following that it began a free flight, which lasted a little more than a day.



50 years of Soyuz-10 flight 50 years of Soyuz-10 flight
April 23, 2021 ...

On April 23, 1971, Soyuz-10 manned transportation spacecraft was launched from the Baikonur launch site carrying the crew of the first mission to the Salyut long-term orbital station (LOS) consisting of commander Vladimir Shatalov, flight engineer Alexei Eliseev and research engineer Nikolai Rukavishnikov.



Alexander Pavlovich Alexandrov Reminiscences of activities related to Salyut-1 station by cosmonaut-pilot of the USSR, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, an adviser to the Director General of RSC Energia Alexander Pavlovich Alexandrov
April 20, 2021 ...

From the time when the first long-term orbital station (DOS) Salyut went into service, I had been working in the crew activities analysis team at the mission control center at Yevpatoria, being responsible for crew activities monitoring and crew safety. And in 1975-1976 I was supporting the missions of DOS Salyut-4 crews, at that time already at the Mission Control Center near Moscow, which was put into operation at the start of the international Apollo-Soyuz program.



50th anniversary of the launch of the worlds first orbital station 50th anniversary of the launch of the worlds first orbital station
April 19, 2021 More...

April 19, 1971 saw the launch from the Baikonur launch site of the heavy launch vehicle Proton-K carrying into orbit the worlds first Long-term Orbital Station (Russian acronym - DOS) Salyut. Its successful launch marking the 10th anniversary of the mission of Yuri Gagarin ushered in the new age of manned spaceflight and significantly expanded the opportunities for direct studies of space by man.




Important Anniversaries of the Corporation

May 21, 2021
The first flight of the Soyuz-TM modified spacecraft in the automatic mode 35 years since the first launch of the Soyuz-TM modified spacecraft in the automatic mode. The spacecraft docking, mated flight with the Mir Station and spacecraft return to the ground were successfully provided.

May 5 - June 6, 2021
35 years ago the Soyuz T-15 spacecraft orbital transfer was made for the first time from the Mir Station to the Salyut Station and back. Delivery of 400 kg mass cargo from the Salyut-7 OS to the Mir Complex for further use. Three dockings were provided during the flight.

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