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This is a list of the manned space missions conducted by the Soviet space programme and its successor agency, the Russian Federal Space Agency. These missions belong to the Vostok, Voskhod, and Soyuz space programs.

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Vostok missions

Order Patch Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
1 Vostok1patch.png Vostok 1 12 April 1961 1 h 48 m 12 April 1961 Yu. Gagarin
Soviet Union
First man in space.
2 Vostok2patch.png Vostok 2 6 August 1961 1 d 1 h 18 m 7 August 1961 G. Titov
Soviet Union
First full day in space.
3 Vostok3-4patch.png Vostok 3 11 August 1962 3 d 22 h 22 m 15 August 1962 A. Nikolayev
Soviet Union
First simultaneous flight of two manned spacecraft.
4 Vostok 4 12 August 1962 2 d 22 h 56 m 15 August 1962 P. Popovich
Soviet Union
First simultaneous flight of two manned spacecraft..
5 Vostok5-6patch.png Vostok 5 14 June 1963 4 d 23 h 7 m 19 June 1963 V. Bykovsky
Soviet Union
Longest solo orbital flight.
6 Vostok 6 16 June 1963 2 d 22 h 50 m 19 June 1963 V. Tereshkova
Soviet Union
First woman in space.

Voskhod missions

Order Patch Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
1 Voskhod1patch.png Voskhod 1 12 October 1964 1 d 0 h 17 m 3 s 13 October 1964 V. Komarov
Soviet Union
K. Feoktistov
Soviet Union
B. Yegorov
Soviet Union
First multi-person spacecraft.
2 Voskhod2patch.png Voskhod 2 18 March 1965 1 d 2 h 2 m 17 s 19 March 1965 P. Belyayev
Soviet Union
A. Leonov
Soviet Union
First spacewalk.

Soviet Soyuz missions

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1967-1971

Order Patch Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
1 Soyuz-1-patch.png Soyuz 1 23 April 1967 1 d 2 h 47 m 52 s 24 April 1967 V. Komarov
Soviet Union
Cosmonaut died in re-entry.
2 Soyuz-3-patch.png Soyuz 3 26 October 1968 3 d 22 h 50 m 45 s 30 October 1968 G. Beregovoi
Soviet Union
Rendezvous with Soyuz 2, failed docking.
3 Soyuz-4-patch.png Soyuz 4 14 January 1969 2 d 23 h 20 m 47 s 17 January 1969 V. Shatalov
Soviet Union
A. Yeliseyev
Soviet Union
landing
Ye. Khrunov
Soviet Union
landing
Docked with Soyuz 5. Crew transfer.
4 Soyuz-5-patch.png Soyuz 5 15 January 1969 3 d 0 h 54 m 15 s 18 January 1969 B. Volynov
Soviet Union
A. Yeliseyev
Soviet Union
launch
Ye. Khrunov
Soviet Union
launch
Docked with Soyuz 4. Crew transfer.
5 Soyuz-6-patch.png Soyuz 6 11 October 1969 4 d 22 h 42 m 47 s 16 October 1969 G. Shonin
Soviet Union
V. Kubasov
Soviet Union
Joint mission with Soyuz 7 & 8.
6 Soyuz-7-patch.png Soyuz 7 12 October 1969 4 d 22 h 40 m 23 s 17 October 1969 A. Filipchenko
Soviet Union
V. Volkov
Soviet Union
V. Gorbatko
Soviet Union
Joint mission with Soyuz 6 & 8.
7 Soyuz-8-patch.png Soyuz 8 13 October 1969 4 d 22 h 50 m 49 s 18 October 1969 V. Shatalov
Soviet Union
A. Yeliseyev
Soviet Union
Joint mission with Soyuz 6 & 7.
8 Soyuz9.png Soyuz 9 1 June 1970 17 d 16 h 58 m 55 s 19 June 1970 A. Nikolayev
Soviet Union
V. Sevastyanov
Soviet Union
Cosmonaut endurance test.
9 Soyuz 10.png Soyuz 10 23 April 1971 1 d 23 h 44 m 54 s 25 April 1971 V. Shatalov
Soviet Union
A. Yeliseyev
Soviet Union
N. Rukavishnikov
Soviet Union
Failed to dock with Salyut 1.
10 Soyuz-11.gif Soyuz 11 6 June 1971 23 d 18 h 21 m 43 s 30 June 1971 G. Dobrovolski
Soviet Union
V. Patsayev
Soviet Union
V. Volkov
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 1. All cosmonauts aboard died in reentry from asphyxiation.

1973-1980

Order Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
11 Soyuz 12 27 September 1973 1 d 23 h 15 m 32 s 29 September 1973 V. Lazarev
Soviet Union
O. Makarov
Soviet Union
Test of redesigned two-person Soyuz craft.
12 Soyuz 13 18 December 1973 7 d 20 h 55 m 35 s 26 December 1973 V. Lebedev
Soviet Union
P. Klimuk
Soviet Union
Carried Orion 2 Space Observatory.
13 Soyuz 14 3 July 1974 15 d 17 h 30 m 28 s 19 July 1974 Yu. Artyukhin
Soviet Union
P. Popovich
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 3.
14 Soyuz 15 26 August 1974 2 d 0 h 12 m 11 s 28 August 1974 L. Dyomin
Soviet Union
G. Sarafanov
Soviet Union
Failed to dock with Salyut 3.
15 Soyuz 16 2 December 1974 5 d 22 h 23 m 35 s 8 December 1974 A. Filipchenko
Soviet Union
N. Rukavishnikov
Soviet Union
Test of redesigned Soyuz craft.
16 Soyuz 17 11 January 1975 29 d 13 h 19 m 45 s 10 February 1975 G. Grechko
Soviet Union
A. Gubarev
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 4 (1).
17 Soyuz 18a 5 April 1975 0 d 0 h 21 m 27 s 5 April 1975 V. Lazarev
Soviet Union
O. Makarov
Soviet Union
Launch failure, did not reach Salyut 4.
18 Soyuz 18 24 May 1975 62 d 23 h 20 m 8 s 26 July 1975 P. Klimuk
Soviet Union
V. Sevastyanov
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 4 (2).
19 Soyuz 19 15 July 1975 9 d 1 h 28 m 24 s 24 July 1975 A. Leonov
Soviet Union
V. Kubasov
Soviet Union
Part of the Soyuz-Apollo Test Project.
20 Soyuz 21 6 July 1976 49 d 6 h 23 m 32 s 24 August 1976 B. Volynov
Soviet Union
V. Zholobov
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 5 (1), departed early.
21 Soyuz 22 15 September 1976 7 d 21 h 52 m 17 s 23 September 1976 V. Bykovsky
Soviet Union
V. Aksyonov
Soviet Union
Earth imaging.
22 Soyuz 23 14 October 1976 2 d 0 h 6 m 35 s 16 October 1976 V. Zudov
Soviet Union
V. Rozhdestvensky
Soviet Union
Failed to dock with Salyut 5. Near-disastrous landing in icy lake.
23 Soyuz 24 7 February 1977 17 d 17 h 26 m 0 s 25 February 1977 V. Gorbatko
Soviet Union
Yu. Glazkov
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 5 (2).
24 Soyuz 25 9 October 1977 2 d 0 h 44 m 45 s 11 October 1977 V. Kovalyonok
Soviet Union
V. Ryumin
Soviet Union
Failed to dock with Salyut 6.
25 Soyuz 26 10 December 1977 37 d 10 h 6 m 18 s 16 January 1978 G. Grechko
Soviet Union
launch
V. Dzhanibekov
Soviet Union
landing
Yu. Romanenko
Soviet Union
launch
O. Makarov
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Salyut 6 (1); returned with crew of Soyuz 27.
26 Soyuz 27 10 January 1978 64 d 22 h 52 m 47 s 16 March 1978 V. Dzhanibekov
Soviet Union
launch
G. Grechko
Soviet Union
landing
O. Makarov
Soviet Union
launch
Yu. Romanenko
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Salyut 6 (2); returned with crew of Soyuz 26.
27 Soyuz 28 2 March 1978 7 d 22 h 17 m 0 s 10 March 1978 A. Gubarev
Soviet Union
V. Remek
Czechoslovakia
Visited Salyut 6 (3).
28 Soyuz 29 15 June 1978 79 d 15 h 23 m 0 s 3 September 1978 V. Kovalyonok
Soviet Union
launch
V. Bykovsky
Soviet Union
landing
A. Ivanchenkov
Soviet Union
launch
S. Jähn
East Germany
landing
Visited Salyut 6 (4); returned with crew of Soyuz 31.
29 Soyuz 30 27 June 1978 7 d 22 h 2 m 59 s 5 July 1978 P. Klimuk
Soviet Union
M. Hermaszewski
Poland
Visited Salyut 6 (5).
30 Soyuz 31 26 August 1978 67 d 20 h 12 m 47 s 2 November 1978 V. Bykovsky
Soviet Union
launch
V. Kovalyonok
Soviet Union
landing
S. Jähn
East Germany
launch
A. Ivanchenkov
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Salyut 6 (6); returned with crew of Soyuz 29.
31 Soyuz 32 25 February 1979 108 d 4 h 24 m 37 s 13 June 1979 V. Lyakhov
Soviet Union
launch
V. Ryumin
Soviet Union
launch
Visited Salyut 6 (7). Vehicle returned without crew.
32 Soyuz 33 10 April 1979 1 d 23 h 1 m 6 s 12 April 1979 N. Rukavishnikov
Soviet Union
G. Ivanov
Bulgaria
Failed to dock with Salyut 6.
33 Soyuz 34 6 June 1979 73 d 18 h 16 m 45 s 19 August 1979 V. Lyakhov
Soviet Union
landing
V. Ryumin
Soviet Union
landing
Launched unmanned to Salyut 6, returned with crew of Soyuz 32.
34 Soyuz 35 9 April 1980 55 d 1 h 28 m 1 s 3 June 1980 L. Popov
Soviet Union
launch
V. Kubasov
Soviet Union
landing
V. Ryumin
Soviet Union
launch
B. Farkas
Hungary
landing
Visited Salyut 6 (8); returned with crew of Soyuz 36.
35 Soyuz 36 26 May 1980 65 d 20 h 54 m 23 s 31 July 1980 V. Kubasov
Soviet Union
launch
V. Gorbatko
Soviet Union
landing
B. Farkas
Hungary
launch
T. Phạm
Vietnam
landing
Visited Salyut 6 (9); returned crew of Soyuz 37.
36 Soyuz T-2 5 June 1980 3 d 22 h 19 m 30 s 9 June 1980 V. Aksyonov
Soviet Union
Yu. Malyshev
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 6 (10); test of new model Soyuz spacecraft.
37 Soyuz 37 23 July 1980 79 d 15 h 16 m 54 s 11 October 1980 V. Gorbatko
Soviet Union
launch
L. Popov
Soviet Union
landing
T. Phạm
Vietnam
launch
V. Ryumin
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Salyut 6 (11); returned crew of Soyuz 35.
38 Soyuz 38 18 September 1980 7 d 20 h 43 m 24 s 26 September 1980 Yu. Romanenko
Soviet Union
A. Tamayo
Cuba
Visited Salyut 6 (12).

1980-1986

Order Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
39 Soyuz T-3 27 November 1980 12 d 19 h 7 m 42 s 10 December 1980 L. Kizim
Soviet Union
O. Makarov
Soviet Union
G. Strekalov
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 6 (13). Test of first 3-seat Soyuz since 1971.
40 Soyuz T-4 12 March 1981 74 d 17 h 37 m 23 s 26 May 1981 V. Kovalyonok
Soviet Union
V. Savinykh
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 6 (14).
41 Soyuz 39 22 March 1981 7 d 20 h 42 m 3 s 30 March 1981 V. Dzhanibekov
Soviet Union
Zh. Gurragcha
Mongolia
Visited Salyut 6 (15).
42 Soyuz 40 14 May 1981 7 d 20 h 41 m 52 s 22 May 1981 L. Popov
Soviet Union
D. Prunariu
Romania
Visited Salyut 6 (16).
43 Soyuz T-5 13 May 1982 106 d 5 h 6 m 11 s 27 August 1982 A. Berezovoy
Soviet Union
launch
L. Popov
Soviet Union
landing
V. Lebedev
Soviet Union
launch
A. Serebrov
Soviet Union
landing
S. Savitskaya
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Salyut 7 (1). Returned crew of Soyuz T-7.
44 Soyuz T-6 24 June 1982 7 d 21 h 50 m 52 s 2 July 1982 V. Dzhanibekov
Soviet Union
A. Ivanchenkov
Soviet Union
J.-L. Chrétien
France
Visited Salyut 7 (2).
45 Soyuz T-7 19 August 1982 113 d 1 h 50 m 44 s 10 December 1982 L. Popov
Soviet Union
launch
A. Berezovoy
Soviet Union
landing
A. Serebrov
Soviet Union
launch
V. Lebedev
Soviet Union
landing
S. Savitskaya
Soviet Union
launch
Visited Salyut 7 (3), returned crew of Soyuz T-5. Second woman in space.
46 Soyuz T-8 20 April 1983 2 d 0 h 17 m 48 s 22 April 1983 V. Titov
Soviet Union
G. Strekalov
Soviet Union
A. Serebrov
Soviet Union
Failed to dock with Salyut 7.
47 Soyuz T-9 27 June 1983 149 d 10 h 45 m 0 s 23 November 1983 V. Lyakhov
Soviet Union
A. Aleksandrov
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 7 (4).
48 Soyuz T-10-1 26 September 1983 5 m 13 s 26 September 1983 V. Titov
Soviet Union
G. Strekalov
Soviet Union
Rocket exploded before launch; crew capsule removed by escape system.
49 Soyuz T-10 8 February 1984 62 d 22 h 41 m 22 s 11 April 1984 L. Kizim
Soviet Union
launch
Yu. Malyshev
Soviet Union
landing
V. Solovyov
Soviet Union
launch
G. Strekalov
Soviet Union
landing
O. Atkov
Soviet Union
launch
R. Sharma
India
landing
Visited Salyut 7 (5). Returned crew of Soyuz T-11.
50 Soyuz T-11 3 April 1984 181 d 21 h 48 m 0 s 2 October 1984 Yu. Malyshev
Soviet Union
launch
L. Kizim
Soviet Union
landing
G. Strekalov
Soviet Union
launch
V. Solovyov
Soviet Union
landing
R. Sharma
India
launch
O. Atkov
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Salyut 7 (6). Returned crew of Soyuz T-10.
51 Soyuz T-12 17 July 1984 11 d 19 h 14 m 36 s 29 July 1984 V. Dzhanibekov
Soviet Union
S. Savitskaya
Soviet Union
I. Volk
Soviet Union
Visited Salyut 7 (7).
52 Soyuz T-13 6 June 1985 112 d 3 h 12 m 0 s 26 September 1985 V. Dzhanibekov
Soviet Union
V. Savinykh
Soviet Union
launch
G. Grechko
Soviet Union
landing
Visited and reactivated Salyut 7 (8). Exchanged crew member with Soyuz T-14.
53 Soyuz T-14 17 September 1985 64 d 21 h 52 m 8 s 21 November 1985 V. Vasyutin
Soviet Union
A. Volkov
Soviet Union
G. Grechko
Soviet Union
launch
V. Savinykh
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Salyut 7 (9). Exchanged crew member with Soyuz T-13. Mission ended early due to Vasyutin's illness.
54 Soyuz T-15 13 March 1986 125 d 0 h 0 m 56 s 16 July 1986 L. Kizim
Soviet Union
V. Solovyov
Soviet Union
Visited Mir (1) and Salyut 7 (10).

1987-1991

Order Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
55 Soyuz TM-2 5 February 1987 174 d 3 h 25 m 56 s 30 July 1987 Yu. Romanenko
Soviet Union
launch
A. Viktorenko
Soviet Union
landing
A. Laveykin
Soviet Union
M. Faris
Syria
landing
Visited Mir (2). Returned crew from Soyuz TM-3.
56 Soyuz TM-3 22 July 1987 160 d 7 h 25 m 56 s 29 December 1987 A. Viktorenko
Soviet Union
launch
Yu. Romanenko
Soviet Union
landing
A. Aleksandrov
Soviet Union
M. Faris
Syria
launch
A. Levchenko
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Mir (3). Returned crew from Soyuz TM-2 and TM-4.
57 Soyuz TM-4 21 December 1987 178 d 22 h 54 m 29 s 17 June 1988 V. Titov
Soviet Union
launch
A. Solovyev
Soviet Union
landing
M. Manarov
Soviet Union
launch
V. Savinykh
Soviet Union
landing
A. Levchenko
Soviet Union
launch
A. Aleksandrov
Bulgaria
landing
Visited Mir (4). Returned crew from Soyuz TM-5.
58 Soyuz TM-5 7 June 1988 91 d 10 h 46 m 25 s 7 September 1988 A. Solovyev
Soviet Union
launch
V. Lyakhov
Soviet Union
landing
V. Savinykh
Soviet Union
launch
A. Aleksandrov
Bulgaria
launch
A. Mohmand
Afghanistan
landing
Visited Mir (5). Returned crew from Soyuz TM-6. Difficulties with rocket firing to leave orbit.
59 Soyuz TM-6 29 August 1988 114 d 5 h 33 m 49 s 21 December 1988 V. Lyakhov
Soviet Union
launch
V. Titov
Soviet Union
landing
V. Polyakov
Soviet Union
launch
M. Manarov
Soviet Union
landing
A. Mohmand
Afghanistan
launch
J.-L. Chrétien
France
landing
Visited Mir (6). Returned crew from Soyuz TM-4 and TM-7
60 Soyuz TM-7 26 November 1988 151 d 11 h 8 m 24 s 27 April 1989 A. Volkov
Soviet Union
S. Krikalev
Soviet Union
J.-L. Chrétien
France
launch
V. Polyakov
Soviet Union
landing
Visited Mir (7). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-6.
61 Soyuz TM-8 5 September 1989 166 d 6 h 58 m 15 s 19 February 1990 A. Viktorenko
Soviet Union
A. Serebrov
Soviet Union
Visited Mir (8).
62 Soyuz TM-9 11 February 1990 179 d 1 h 17 m 57 s 9 August 1990 A. Solovyev
Soviet Union
A. Balandin
Soviet Union
Visited Mir (9).
63 Soyuz TM-10 1 August 1990 130 d 20 h 35 m 51 s 10 December 1990 G. Manakov
Soviet Union
G. Strekalov
Soviet Union
T. Akiyama1
landing
Visited Mir (10). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-11.
64 Soyuz TM-11 2 December 1990 175 d 1 h 50 m 41 s 26 May 1991 V. Afanasyev
Soviet Union
M. Manarov
Soviet Union
T. Akiyama1
launch
H. Sharman1
landing
Visited Mir (11). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-12.
65 Soyuz TM-12 18 May 1991 144 d 15 h 21 m 50 s 10 October 1991 A. Artsebarsky
Soviet Union
S. Krikalev
Soviet Union
launch
T. Aubakirov
Soviet Union
landing
H. Sharman1
launch
F. Viehböck
Austria
landing
Visited Mir (12). Returned crew from Soyuz TM-13.
66 Soyuz TM-13 2 October 1991 175 d 2 h 51 m 44 s 25 March 1992 A. Volkov
Soviet Union
Russia
T. Aubakirov
Soviet Union
launch
S. Krikalev
landing
Russia
F. Viehböck
Austria
launch
K.-D. Flade
Germany
landing
Visited Mir (13). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-14.

Russian Soyuz missions

1992-2002

Order Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
67 Soyuz TM-14 17 March 1992 145 d 14 h 10 m 32 s 10 August 1992 A. Viktorenko
Russia
A. Kaleri
Russia
K.-D. Flade
Germany
launch
M. Tognini
France
landing
Visited Mir (14). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-15.
68 Soyuz TM-15 27 July 1992 188 d 21 h 41 m 15 s 1 February 1993 A. Solovyev
Russia
S. Avdeyev
Russia
M. Tognini
France
launch
Visited Mir (15).
69 Soyuz TM-16 24 January 1993 179 d 0 h 43 m 45 s 22 July 1993 G. Manakov
Russia
A. Poleshchuk
Russia
J.-P. Haigneré
France
landing
Visited Mir (16). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-17.
70 Soyuz TM-17 1 July 1993 196 d 17 h 45 m 22 s 14 January 1994 V. Tsibliyev
Russia
A. Serebrov
Russia
J.-P. Haigneré
France
launch
Visited Mir (17). Accidentally impacted the station.
71 Soyuz TM-18 8 January 1994 182 d 0 h 27 m 1 s 9 July 1994 V. Afanasyev
Russia
Yu. Usachov
Russia
V. Polyakov
Russia
launch
Visited Mir (18).
72 Soyuz TM-19 1 July 1994 125 d 22 h 53 m 36 s 4 November 1994 Yu. Malenchenko
Russia
T. Musabayev
Russia
U. Merbold
Germany
landing
Visited Mir (19). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-20.
73 Soyuz TM-20 3 October 1994 169 d 5 h 21 m 35 s 22 March 1995 A. Viktorenko
Russia
Ye. Kondakova
Russia
U. Merbold
Germany
launch
V. Polyakov
Russia
landing
Visited Mir (20). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-18.
74 Soyuz TM-21 14 March 1995 181 d 0 h 41 m 6 s 11 September 1995 V. Dezhurov
Russia
launch
A. Solovyev
Russia
landing
G. Strekalov
Russia
launch
N. Budarin
Russia
landing
N. Thagard
United States
launch
Visited Mir (21). First launch of American astronaut. Crew was returned by STS-71; returned two cosmonauts from the same mission.
75 Soyuz TM-22 3 September 1995 179 d 1 h 41 m 45 s 29 February 1996 Yu. Gidzenko
Russia
S. Avdeyev
Russia
T. Reiter
Germany
Visited Mir (22).
76 Soyuz TM-23 21 February 1996 193 d 19 h 7 m 35 s 2 September 1996 Yu. Onufrienko
Russia
Yu. Usachov
Russia
C. André-Deshays
France
landing
Visited Mir (23). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-24.
77 Soyuz TM-24 17 August 1996 196 d 17 h 26 m 13 s 2 March 1997 V. Korzun
Russia
A. Kaleri
Russia
C. André-Deshays
France
launch
R. Ewald
Germany
landing
Visited Mir (24). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-25.
78 Soyuz TM-25 10 February 1997 184 d 22 h 7 m 40 s 14 August 1997 V. Tsibliyev
Russia
A. Lazutkin
Russia
R. Ewald
Germany
launch
Visited Mir (25). The station experienced a dangerous onboard fire (23 February 1997) and a collision which left one of its modules punctured (25 June 1997).
79 Soyuz TM-26 5 August 1997 197 d 17 h 34 m 36 s 19 February 1998 A. Solovyev
Russia
P. Vinogradov
Russia
L. Eyharts
France
landing
Visited Mir (26). Repaired some of the damage previously sustained. Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-27.
80 Soyuz TM-27 29 January 1998 207 d 12 h 51 m 2 s 25 August 1998 T. Musabayev
Russia
N. Budarin
Russia
L. Eyharts
France
launch
Yu. Baturin
Russia
landing
Visited Mir (27). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-28.
81 Soyuz TM-28 13 August 1998 198 d 16 h 31 m 19 s 28 February 1999 G. Padalka
Russia
S. Avdeyev
Russia
launch
Yu. Baturin
Russia
launch
I. Bella
Slovakia
landing
Visited Mir (28). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-29.
82 Soyuz TM-29 20 February 1999 188 d 20 h 16 m 19 s 28 August 1999 V. Afanasyev
Russia
J.-P. Haigneré
France
I. Bella
Slovakia
launch
S. Avdeyev
Russia
landing
Visited Mir (29). Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TM-28.
83 Soyuz TM-30 4 April 2000 72 d 19 h 42 m 16 s 16 June 2000 S. Zalyotin
Russia
A. Kaleri
Russia
Last visit to Mir (30).
84 Soyuz TM-31 31 October 2000 186 d 21 h 48 m 41 s 6 May 2001 Yu. Gidzenko
Russia
launch
T. Musabayev
Russia
landing
S. Krikalev
Russia
launch
Yu. Baturin
Russia
landing
W. Shepherd
United States
launch
D. Tito1
landing
First Soyuz visit and first occupation of the ISS (1) by Expedition 1 (returned by STS-102). Returned crew from Soyuz TM-32.
85 Soyuz TM-32 28 April 2001 185 d 21 h 22 m 40 s 31 October 2001 T. Musabayev
Russia
launch
V. Afanasyev
Russia
landing
Yu. Baturin
Russia
launch
C. Haigneré
France
landing
D. Tito1
launch
K. Kozeyev
Russia
landing
Visited ISS (2). First "space tourist". Returned crew of Soyuz TM-33.
86 Soyuz TM-33 21 October 2001 195 d 18 h 52 m 18 s 5 May 2002 V. Afanasyev
Russia
launch
Yu. Gidzenko
Russia
landing
C. Haigneré
France
launch
R. Vittori
Italy
landing
K. Kozeyev
Russia
launch
M. Shuttleworth1
landing
Visited ISS (3). Returned crew of Soyuz TM-34.
87 Soyuz TM-34 25 April 2002 198 d 17 h 37 m 45 s 10 November 2002 Yu. Gidzenko
Russia
launch
S. Zalyotin
Russia
landing
R. Vittori
Italy
launch
Yu. Lonchakov
Russia
landing
M. Shuttleworth1
launch
F. De Winne
Belgium
landing
Visited ISS (4). Returned crew of Soyuz TMA-1.

2002-present

Order Patch Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
88 Soyuz TMA-1 patch white.jpg Soyuz TMA-1 30 October 2002 185 d 22 h 53 m 14 s 4 May 2003 S. Zalyotin
Russia
launch
N. Budarin
Russia
landing
Yu. Lonchakov
Russia
launch
D. Pettit
United States
landing
F. De Winne
Belgium
launch
K. Bowersox
United States
landing
Visited ISS (5). First flight of TMA-class Soyuz. Returned Expedition 6 from ISS.
89 Soyuz MTA-2 insigna white.jpg Soyuz TMA-2 26 April 2003 184 d 22 h 46 m 28 s 28 October 2003 Yu. Malenchenko
Russia
E. Lu
United States
P. Duque
Spain
landing
Visited ISS (6) with Expedition 7 crew. Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TMA-3.
90 Soyuz TMA-3 Patch white.jpg Soyuz TMA-3 18 October 2003 194 d 18 h 33 m 12 s 30 April 2004 A. Kaleri
Russia
M. Foale
United States
P. Duque
Spain
launch
A. Kuipers
Netherlands
landing
Visited ISS (7) with Expedition 8 crew. Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TMA-4.
91 Soyuz-tma-4.gif Soyuz TMA-4 19 April 2004 187 d 13 h 22 m 0 s 24 October 2004 G. Padalka
Russia
M. Fincke
United States
A. Kuipers
Netherlands
launch
Yu. Shargin
Russia
landing
Visited ISS (8) with Expedition 9 crew. Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TMA-5.
92 Soyuz TMA-5 Patch white.jpg Soyuz TMA-5 14 October 2004 192 d 19 h 2 m 0 s 24 April 2005 S. Sharipov
Russia
L. Chiao
United States
Yu. Shargin
Russia
launch
R. Vittori
Italy
landing
Visited ISS (9) with Expedition 10 crew. Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TMA-6.
93 Soyuz TMA-6 Patch.jpg Soyuz TMA-6 15 April 2005 179 d 23 h 36 m 57 s 11 October 2005 S. Krikalev
Russia
J. Phillips
United States
R. Vittori
Italy
launch
G. Olsen1
landing
Visited ISS (10) with Expedition 11 crew. Returned passenger from Soyuz TMA-7.
94 Soyuz TMA-7 patch.svg Soyuz TMA-7 1 October 2005 189 d 19 h 53 m 0 s 8 April 2006 V. Tokarev
Russia
W. McArthur
United States
G. Olsen1
launch
M. Pontes
Brazil
landing
Visited ISS (11) with part of Expedition 12 crew. Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TMA-8.
95 Soyuz TMA-8 logo.jpg Soyuz TMA-8 30 March 2006 182 d 22 h 43 m 0 s 29 September 2006 P. Vinogradov
Russia
J. Williams
United States
M. Pontes
Brazil
launch
A. Ansari1
landing
Visited ISS (12) with part of Expedition 13 crew. Returned passenger from Soyuz TMA-9.
96 Soyuz TMA-9 Logo.jpg Soyuz TMA-9 18 September 2006 215 d 8 h 22 m 0 s 21 April 2007 M. Tyurin
Russia
M. Lopez-Alegria
United States
A. Ansari1
launch
C. Simonyi1
landing
Visited ISS (13) with Expedition 14 crew. Returned passenger from Soyuz TMA-10.
97 Soyuz TMA-10 Patch.gif Soyuz TMA-10 7 April 2007 196 d 17 h 5 m 0 s 21 October 2007 O. Kotov
Russia
F. Yurchikhin
Russia
C. Simonyi1
launch
S. Shukor
Malaysia
landing
Visited ISS (14) with Expedition 15 crew. Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TMA-11.
98 Soyuz TMA-11 Patch.gif Soyuz TMA-11 10 October 2007 191 d 19 h 7 m 19 April 2008 Yu. Malenchenko
Russia
P. Whitson
United States
S. Shukor
Malaysia
launch
S. Yi
South Korea
landing
Visited ISS (15) with Expedition 16 crew. Returned cosmonaut from Soyuz TMA-12.
99 Soyuz TMA-12 Patch.gif Soyuz TMA-12 8 April 2008 198 d 16 h 21 m 24 October 2008 S. Volkov
Russia
O. Kononenko
Russia
S. Yi
South Korea
launch
R. Garriott1
landing
Visited ISS (16) with Expedition 17 crew. Returned passenger from Soyuz TMA-13.
100 Soyuz-tma-13.jpg Soyuz TMA-13 12 October 2008 178 d 0 h 15 m 8 April 2009 Yu. Lonchakov
Russia
M. Fincke
United States
R. Garriott1
launch
C. Simonyi1
landing
Visited ISS (17) with Expedition 18 crew. Returned passenger from Soyuz TMA-14.
101 Soyuz-TMA-14-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-14 26 March 2009 199 d 16 h 43 m 11 October 2009 G. Padalka
Russia
M. Barratt
United States
C. Simonyi1
launch
G. Laliberté1
landing
Visited ISS (18) with Expedition 19 crew. Returned passenger from Soyuz TMA-16.
102 Soyuz-TMA-15-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-15 27 May 2009 187 d 20 h 43 m 1 December 2009 R. Romanenko
Russia
F. De Winne
Belgium
R. Thirsk
Canada
Visited ISS (19) with Expedition 20 crew.
103 Soyuz-TMA-16-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-16 30 September 2009 in progress March 2010
expected
M. Surayev
Russia
J. Williams
United States
G. Laliberté1
launch
Visiting ISS (20) with Expedition 21 crew.
104 Soyuz-TMA-17-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-17 20 December 2009 in progress May 2010
expected
O. Kotov
Russia
T. Creamer
United States
S. Noguchi
Japan
Visiting ISS (21) with Expedition 22 crew.

Future manned flights

Order Mission Launch Duration Landing Crew Notes
105 Soyuz TMA-18 April 2010
expected
N/A A. Skvortsov
Russia
M. Korniyenko
Russia
T. Caldwell
United States
To visit ISS with Expedition 23 crew.
106 Soyuz TMA-19 May 2010
expected
N/A F. Yurchikhin
Russia
D. Wheelock
United States
S. Walker
United States
To visit ISS with Expedition 24 crew.
107 Soyuz TMA-01M September 2010
expected
N/A A. Kaleri
Russia
S. Kelly
United States
O. Skripochka
Russia
108 Soyuz TMA-20 November 2010
expected
N/A D. Kondratyev
Russia
C. Coleman
United States
P. Nespoli
Italy
109 Soyuz TMA-21 March 2011
expected
N/A A. Borisenko
Russia
A. Samokutyayev
Russia
R. Garan
United States
110 Soyuz TMA-02M May 2011
expected
N/A S. Volkov
Russia
M. Fossum
United States
S. Furukawa
Japan
111 Soyuz TMA-22 September 2011
expected
N/A A. Shkaplerov
Russia
S. Revin
Russia
D. Burbank
United States
112 Soyuz TMA-03M December 2011
expected
N/A O. Kononenko
Russia
A. Kuipers
Netherlands
D. Pettit
United States

Notes

1 Commercially-funded cosmonaut or other "spaceflight participant".



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