List of Soyuz missions

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This is a list of crewed and uncrewed flights of Soyuz series spacecraft.

The Soyuz programme is an ongoing human spaceflight programme which was initiated by the Soviet Union in the early 1960s, originally part of a Moon landing project intended to put a Soviet cosmonaut on the Moon. It is the third Soviet human spaceflight programme after the Vostok and Voskhod programmes. Since the 1990s, as the successor state to the Soviet Union, Russia has continued and expanded the programme, which became part of a multinational collaboration to ensure a permanent human presence in low Earth orbit on the International Space Station (ISS). Since the retirement of the Space Shuttle in 2011, Soyuz spacecraft are the exclusive vessels ferrying astronauts to and from the ISS.

Crewed mission numbers and spacecraft generations

Beginning in 1967, the Soyuz programme has sent humans into space on a regular basis for over fifty years. Due to its length, the program has a complex history, which may lead to confusion about its mission numbers. The mission numbering scheme for crewed Soyuz flights is closely related to the generations of Soyuz spacecraft. Understanding the former is made significantly easier by understanding the latter.

The first era of the Soyuz programme's crewed missions (Soyuz 1-40) used the 7K series of Soyuz craft, which included the first-generation (1.0) Soyuz 7K-OK, a variant (1.5) Soyuz 7K-OKS, the second-generation (2.0) Soyuz 7K-T, and the (2.5) Soyuz 7K-TM variant. Following this first era, successive eras of crewed missions have had mission numbers which were directly tied to the names of craft used:

  • The second era of Soyuz T flights used the third-generation (3.0) craft of the same name. Mission numbers were of the form: "Soyuz T-#".
  • The third era of Soyuz TM flights used the fourth-generation (4.0) craft of the same name. Mission numbers were of the form: "Soyuz TM-#".
  • The fourth era of Soyuz TMA flights used the fifth-generation (5.0) craft of the same name. Mission numbers were of the form: "Soyuz TMA-#".
  • The fifth era of Soyuz TMA-M flights used the fifth-generation variant (5.5) craft of the same name. Mission numbers were of the form "Soyuz TMA-##M".
  • The sixth and current era of Soyuz MS flights uses the sixth-generation (6.0) craft of the same name. Mission numbers are of the form: "Soyuz MS-##".

Within each given era, a mission number generally reflects the mission's chronological launch order, e.g. Soyuz TMA-12M was the twelfth mission of the TMA-M era, immediately preceded by Soyuz TMA-11M and immediately followed by Soyuz TMA-13M. Although there are exceptions to this (detailed below in the first table), the mission numbering scheme is usually consistent with chronological launch orders. This is in contrast with the mission numbers of the Space Shuttle program, which were tied to specific mission objectives and did not reflect chronological launch orders, e.g. STS-50, the forty-eighth Shuttle mission, was immediately followed by STS-46, the forty-ninth Shuttle mission.

Era Mission
Numbers
Spacecraft Spacecraft
Generation
"Naive"
Mission Count
Adding Subtracting Crewed
Missions
Total
Crewed Missions
1 Soyuz 1 ... 40 Soyuz 7K-OK 1.0 40 18a[a] (+1) 2,[b] 20[b] (-2) 1, 3-9 39[c]
Soyuz 7K-OKS 1.5 10, 11
Soyuz 7K-T 2.0 12-15, 17, 18a, 18, 21, 23-40
Soyuz 7K-TM 2.5 16, 19, 22
2 Soyuz T-1 ... T-15 Soyuz T 3.0 15 T-10a[d] (+1) T-1[b] (-1) 2-9, 10a, 10-15 15
3 Soyuz TM-1 ... TM-34 Soyuz TM 4.0 34 TM-1[b] (-1) 2-34 33
4 Soyuz TMA-1 ... TMA-22 Soyuz TMA 5.0 22 1-22 22
5 Soyuz TMA-01M ... TMA-20M Soyuz TMA-M 5.5 20 1-20 20
6 Soyuz MS-01 ... MS-11 Soyuz MS 6.0 11 1-11 11[e]
Total Crewed Missions 140

Soyuz 7K (1967-1981)

The first Soyuz series was the 7K series.

No. Mission Emblem Spacecraft Date of launch Date of landing Crew (start/landing) Docking Outcome
Kosmos 133 Soyuz 7K-OK (A)
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28 November 1966 30 November 1966 None[2] Soyuz 7K-OK No.1cancelled due to the postponement of the launch of the 2nd ship Failure
Soyuz 7K-OK No.1 Soyuz 7K-OK (P)
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14 December 1966 None (rocket exploded on launch pad) Kosmos 133Cancelled Failure
Kosmos 140 Soyuz 7K-OK (P)
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7 February 1967 11 February 1967 None Success
1 Soyuz 1 Soyuz 7K-OK (A)
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23 April 1967 24 April 1967 Soviet Union Vladimir Komarov (killed during landing due to main parachute failure) Soyuz 2ADocking (and launch of the 2nd ship) has been cancelled due to the failure of Soyuz 1 Failure
Kosmos 186 Soyuz 7K-OK (A)
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27 October 1967 31 October 1967 None Kosmos 188 Success
Kosmos 188 Soyuz 7K-OK (P)
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30 October 1967 2 November 1967 None Kosmos 186 Success|-
Kosmos 212 Soyuz 7K-OK (A)
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14 April 1968 19 April 1968 None Kosmos 213 Success
Kosmos 213 Soyuz 7K-OK (P)
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15 April 1968 20 April 1968 None Kosmos 212 Success
Kosmos 238 Soyuz 7K-OK
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28 August 1968 1 September 1968 None Success
Soyuz 2 Soyuz 7K-OK (P)
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25 October 1968 28 October 1968 None Soyuz 3Docking failed due to errors in spacecrafts orientation Partial
2 Soyuz 3 Soyuz 7K-OK (A)
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26 October 1968 30 October 1968 Soviet Union Georgy Beregovoy Soyuz 2Docking failed due to errors in spacecrafts orientation Partial
3 Soyuz 4 Soyuz 7K-OK (A)
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14 January 1969 17 January 1969 Soviet Union Vladimir Shatalov Soyuz 5 Success
Soviet Union Vladimir Shatalov, Soviet Union Aleksei Yeliseyev, Soviet Union Yevgeny Khrunov
4 Soyuz 5 Soyuz 7K-OK (P)
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15 January 1969 18 January 1969 Soviet Union Boris Volynov, Soviet Union Aleksei Yeliseyev, Soviet Union Yevgeny Khrunov Soyuz 4 Success
Soviet Union Boris Volynov
5 Soyuz 6 Soyuz 7K-OK
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11 October 1969 16 October 1969 Soviet Union Georgi Shonin, Soviet Union Valeri Kubasov The crew should have taken pictures of the docking between Soyuz 7 and Soyuz 8, but it wasn't possible Partial
6 Soyuz 7 Soyuz 7K-OK (A)
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12 October 1969 17 October 1969 Soviet Union Anatoly Filipchenko, Soviet Union Vladislav Volkov, Soviet Union Viktor Gorbatko Soyuz 8Failed due to the failure of rendezvous electronics Partial
7 Soyuz 8 Soyuz 7K-OK (P)
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13 October 1969 18 October 1969 Soviet Union Vladimir Shatalov, Soviet Union Aleksei Yeliseyev Soyuz 7Failed due to the failure of rendezvous electronics Partial
8 Soyuz 9 Soyuz 7K-OK
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1 June 1970 19 June 1970 Soviet Union Andrian Nikolayev, Soviet Union Vitaly Sevastyanov Success
9 Soyuz 10 Soyuz 10 mission patch.png Soyuz 7K-OKS
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23 April 1971 25 April 1971 Soviet Union Vladimir Shatalov, Soviet Union Aleksei Yeliseyev, Soviet Union Nikolai Rukavishnikov Salyut 1The crew was unable to hard dock with the station and get into it, due to the broken docking assembly Failure
10 Soyuz 11 Soyuz 7K-OKS
11F615A8 #32
6 June 1971 30 June 1971 Soviet Union Georgy Dobrovolsky, Soviet Union Vladislav Volkov, Soviet Union Viktor Patsayev (Crew died during reentry due to depressurization of landing module) Salyut 1 Failure
Kosmos 496 Soyuz 7K-T
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26 June 1972 2 July 1972 Unmanned Success
Kosmos 573 Soyuz 7K-T
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15 June 1973 17 June 1973 Unmanned Success
11 Soyuz 12 Soyuz 7K-T
11F615A8 #37
27 September 1973 29 September 1973 Soviet Union Vasili Lazarev, Soviet Union Oleg Makarov Success
Kosmos 613 Soyuz 7K-T
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30 November 1973 29 January 1974 Unmanned Success
12 Soyuz 13 Soyuz 7K-T
11F615A8 #33
18 December 1973 26 December 1973 Soviet Union Pyotr Klimuk, Soviet Union Valentin Lebedev Success
Kosmos 638 Soyuz 7K-TM
11F615A12 #71
3 April 1974 13 April 1974 Unmanned Success
Kosmos 656 Soyuz 7K-T/A9
11F615A9 #61
27 May 1974 29 May 1974 Unmanned Success
13 Soyuz 14 Soyuz 7K-T/A9
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3 July 1974 19 July 1974 Soviet Union Pavel Popovich, Soviet Union Yuri Artyukhin Salyut 3 Success
Kosmos 672 Soyuz 7K-TM
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12 August 1974 18 August 1974 Unmanned Success
14 Soyuz 15 Soyuz 7K-T/A9
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26 August 1974 28 August 1974 Soviet Union Gennadi Sarafanov, Soviet Union Lev Dyomin Salyut 3Docking failed due to malfunctioning of Igla docking system, with consequent anticipated reentry Failure
15 Soyuz 16 Soyuz 16Apollo-Soyuz.png Soyuz 7K-TM
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2 December 1974 8 December 1974 Soviet Union Anatoly Filipchenko, Soviet Union Nikolai Rukavishnikov Success
16 Soyuz 17 Soyuz 7K-T
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11 January 1975 9 February 1975 Soviet Union Aleksei Gubarev, Soviet Union Georgi Grechko Salyut 4 Success
17 Soyuz 18A Soyuz 7K-T
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5 April 1975 5 April 1975 Soviet Union Vasili Lazarev, Soviet Union Oleg Makarov (Aborted launch at T+295 seconds, crew experienced 21 G during descent) Failure
18 Soyuz 18 Soyuz 7K-T
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24 May 1975 26 July 1975 Soviet Union Pyotr Klimuk, Soviet Union Vitali Sevastyanov Salyut 4 Success
19 Soyuz 19 ASTP-patch.png Soyuz 7K-TM
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15 July 1975 21 July 1975 Soviet Union Alexey Leonov, Soviet Union Valeri Kubasov Apollo 18 Success
Soyuz 20 Soyuz 7K-T/A9
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17 November 1975 16 February 1976 Unmanned Salyut 4 Success
20 Soyuz 21 Soyuz 7K-T
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6 July 1976 24 August 1976 Soviet Union Boris Volynov, Soviet Union Vitaly Zholobov Salyut 5 Partial
21 Soyuz 22 Soyuz 7K-TM
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15 September 1976 23 September 1976 Soviet Union Valery Bykovsky, Soviet Union Vladimir Aksyonov Success
22 Soyuz 23 Soyuz 7K-T/A9
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14 October 1976 16 October 1976 Soviet Union Vyacheslav Zudov, Soviet Union Valery Rozhdestvensky Salyut 5Docking failed due to a docking system failure Failure
23 Soyuz 24 Soyuz 7K-T/A9
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7 February 1977 25 February 1977 Soviet Union Viktor Gorbatko, Soviet Union Yuri Glazkov Salyut 5 Success
24 Soyuz 25 Soyuz 7K-T
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9 October 1977 11 October 1977 Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalyonok, Soviet Union Valery Ryumin Salyut 6Docking failed due to a docking system failure Failure
25 Soyuz 26 Soyuz 7K-T
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10 December 1977 16 January 1978 Soviet Union Yuri Romanenko, Soviet Union Vladimir Dzhanibekov Salyut 6 Success
Soviet Union Georgi Grechko, Soviet Union Oleg Makarov
26 Soyuz 27 Soyuz 7K-T
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10 January 1978 16 March 1978 Soviet Union Georgi Grechko, Soviet Union Oleg Makarov Salyut 6 Success
Soviet Union Yuri Romanenko, Soviet Union Vladimir Dzhanibekov
27 Soyuz 28 Soyuz 7K-T
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2 March 1978 10 March 1978 Soviet Union Aleksei Gubarev, Czechoslovakia Vladimír Remek

(The first international crew)

Salyut 6 Success
28 Soyuz 29 Soyuz 7K-T
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15 June 1978 3 September 1978 Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalyonok, Soviet Union Aleksandr Ivanchenkov Salyut 6 Success
Soviet Union Valery Bykovsky, East Germany Sigmund Jähn
29 Soyuz 30 Soyuz-30 patch.png Soyuz 7K-T/A9
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27 June 1978 5 July 1978 Soviet Union Pyotr Klimuk, Poland Mirosław Hermaszewski Salyut 6 Success
30 Soyuz 31 Soyuz 31 mission patch.png Soyuz 7K-T
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26 August 1978 2 November 1978 Soviet Union Valery Bykovsky, East Germany Sigmund Jähn Salyut 6 Success
Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalyonok, Soviet Union Aleksandr Ivanchenkov
31 Soyuz 32 Soyuz 7K-T
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25 February 1979 13 June 1979 Soviet Union Vladimir Lyakhov, Soviet Union Valery Ryumin Salyut 6 Success
Landing without crew
32 Soyuz 33 Soyuz-33 patch.png Soyuz 7K-T
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10 April 1979 12 April 1979 Soviet Union Nikolai Rukavishnikov, Bulgaria Georgi Ivanov Salyut 6Docking failed due to main engine failure and Igla docking system failure. The deorbit burn was made using the backup engine Failure
33 Soyuz 34 Soyuz 7K-T
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6 June 1979 19 August 1979 Start without crew Salyut 6 Success
Soviet Union Vladimir Lyakhov, Soviet Union Valery Ryumin
34 Soyuz 35 Soyuz 7K-T
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9 April 1980 3 June 1980 Soviet Union Leonid Popov, Soviet Union Valery Ryumin Salyut 6 Success
Soviet Union Valery Kubasov, Hungary Bertalan Farkas
35 Soyuz 36 Soyuz36 patch.png Soyuz 7K-T
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26 May 1980 31 July 1980 Soviet Union Valery Kubasov, Hungary Bertalan Farkas Salyut 6 Success
Soviet Union Viktor Gorbatko, Vietnam Pham Tuân
37 Soyuz 37 Soyuz37 patch.png Soyuz 7K-T
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23 July 1980 11 October 1980 Soviet Union Viktor Gorbatko, Vietnam Pham Tuân Salyut 6 Success
Soviet Union Leonid Popov, Soviet Union Valery Ryumin
38 Soyuz 38 Soyuz38 patch.png Soyuz 7K-T
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18 September 1980 26 September 1980 Soviet Union Yuri Romanenko, Cuba Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez Salyut 6 Success
41 Soyuz 39 Soyuz39 patch.png Soyuz 7K-T
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22 March 1981 30 March 1981 Soviet Union Vladimir Dzhanibekov, Mongolian People's Republic Jügderdemidiin Gürragchaa Salyut 6 Success
42 Soyuz 40 Soyuz40 patch2.png Soyuz 7K-T
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14 May 1981 22 May 1981 Soviet Union Leonid Popov, Romania Dumitru Prunariu Salyut 6 Success

Soyuz 7K-L1

Spacecraft designed for Soviet human circumlunar missions. Missions are included under the Zond programme.

No. Mission Emblem Spacecraft Date of launch Date of landing Crew (start/landing) Docking Outcome
Kosmos 146 Soyuz 7K-L1 10 March 1967 18 March 1967 None Success
Kosmos 154 Soyuz 7K-L1 8 April 1967 10 April 1967 None Failure
Soyuz 7K-L1 No.4L Soyuz 7K-L1 27 September 1967 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure
Soyuz 7K-L1 No.5L Soyuz 7K-L1 22 November 1967 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure
Zond 4 Soyuz 7K-L1 2 March 1968 7 March 1968 Unmanned Partial
Soyuz 7K-L1 No.7L Soyuz 7K-L1 22 April 1968 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure
Soyuz 7K-L1 No.8L Soyuz 7K-L1 21 July 1968 Unmanned (rocket exploded on launch pad) Failure
Zond 5 Soyuz 7K-L1 14 September 1968 22 September 1968 Unmanned Success
Zond 6 Soyuz 7K-L1 10 November 1968 17 November 1968 Unmanned Partial
Soyuz 7K-L1 No.13L Soyuz 7K-L1 20 January 1969 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure
Zond-M 1 Soyuz 7K-L1S 21 February 1969 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure
Zond-M 2 Soyuz 7K-L1S 3 July 1969 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure
Zond 7 Soyuz 7K-L1 7 August 1969 14 August 1969 Unmanned Success
Soyuz 7K-L1E No.1 Soyuz 7K-L1E 28 November 1969 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure
Zond 8 Soyuz 7K-L1 20 October 1970 27 October 1970 Unmanned Success
Kosmos 382 Soyuz 7K-L1E "Zond-LOK" 2 December 1970 In orbit Unmanned Success

Soyuz 7K-LOK

Spacecraft designed for Soviet human lunar orbital and landing missions.

No. Mission Emblem Spacecraft Date of launch Date of landing Crew (start/landing) Docking Outcome
Soyuz 7K-LOK No.1 Soyuz 7K-LOK 26 June 1971 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure
Soyuz 7K-LOK No.2 Soyuz 7K-LOK 23 November 1972 Unmanned (rocket failure) Failure

Soyuz T (1979-1986)

No. Mission Emblem Spacecraft Date of launch Date of landing Crew (start/landing) Docking Outcome
Kosmos 670 Soyuz 7K-S
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6 August 1974 9 August 1974 Unmanned Success
Kosmos 772 Soyuz 7K-S
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29 September 1975 2 October 1975 Unmanned Failure
Kosmos 869 Soyuz 7K-S
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29 November 1976 17 December 1976 Unmanned Failure
Kosmos 1001 Soyuz T
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4 April 1978 15 April 1978 Unmanned Failure
Kosmos 1074 Soyuz T
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31 January 1979 1 April 1979 Unmanned Success
Soyuz T-1 Soyuz T
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16 December 1979 25 March 1980 Unmanned Salyut 6 Success
36 Soyuz T-2 Soyuz T
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5 June 1980 9 June 1980 Soviet Union Yury Malyshev, Soviet Union Vladimir Aksyonov Salyut 6 Success
39 Soyuz T-3 Soyuz T
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27 November 1980 10 December 1980 Soviet Union Leonid Kizim, Soviet Union Oleg Makarov, Soviet Union Gennady Strekalov Salyut 6 Success
40 Soyuz T-4 Soyuz T
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12 March 1981 26 May 1981 Soviet Union Vladimir Kovalyonok, Soviet Union Viktor Savinykh Salyut 6 Success
43 Soyuz T-5 Soyuz T
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13 May 1982 27 August 1982 Soviet Union Anatoli Berezovoy, Soviet Union Valentin Lebedev Salyut 7 Success
Soviet Union Leonid Popov, Soviet Union Aleksandr Serebrov, Soviet Union Svetlana Savitskaya
44 Soyuz T-6 Soyuz T-6 mission patch.png Soyuz T
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24 June 1982 2 July 1982 Soviet Union Vladimir Dzhanibekov, Soviet Union Aleksandr Ivanchenkov, France Jean-Loup Chrétien Salyut 7 Success
45 Soyuz T-7 Soyuz T
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19 August 1982 10 December 1982 Soviet Union Leonid Popov, Soviet Union Aleksandr Serebrov, Soviet Union Svetlana Savitskaya Salyut 7 Success
Soviet Union Anatoli Berezovoy, Soviet Union Valentin Lebedev
46 Soyuz T-8 Soyuz T
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22 April 1983 24 April 1983 Soviet Union Vladimir Titov, Soviet Union Gennady Strekalov, Soviet Union Aleksandr Serebrov Salyut 7Docking failed due to a broken antenna Failure
47 Soyuz T-9 Soyuz T
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27 June 1983 23 November 1983 Soviet Union Vladimir Lyakhov, Soviet Union Aleksandr Aleksandrov Salyut 7 Success
48 Soyuz T-10A Soyuz T
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26 September 1983 26 September 1983 Soviet Union Vladimir Titov, Soviet Union Gennady Strekalov (Rocket caught fire at the pad, emergency rescue system activated two seconds before explosion at the launch pad. The duration of the flight (due to the emergency rescue system) was 5 min. 13 sec.) Failure
49 Soyuz T-10 Soyuz T
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8 February 1984 11 April 1984 Soviet Union Leonid Kizim, Soviet Union Vladimir Solovyov, Soviet Union Oleg Atkov Salyut 7 Success
Soviet Union Yury Malyshev, Soviet Union Gennady Strekalov, India Rakesh Sharma
50 Soyuz T-11 Soyuz T-11 mission patch.gif Soyuz T
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3 April 1984 2 October 1984 Soviet Union Yury Malyshev, Soviet Union Gennady Strekalov, India Rakesh Sharma Salyut 7 Success
Soviet Union Leonid Kizim, Soviet Union Vladimir Solovyov, Soviet Union Oleg Atkov
51 Soyuz T-12 Soyuz T
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17 July 1984 29 July 1984 Soviet Union Vladimir Dzhanibekov, Soviet Union Svetlana Savitskaya, Soviet Union Igor Volk Salyut 7 Success
52 Soyuz T-13 Soyuz T
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6 June 1985 26 September 1986 Soviet Union Vladimir Dzhanibekov, Soviet Union Viktor Savinykh Salyut 7Docked in manual mode, due to the loss of power of the station on 11 February 1985. The mission was intended to restore the power on the station Success
Soviet Union Vladimir Dzhanibekov, Soviet Union Georgi Grechko
53 Soyuz T-14 Soyuz T
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17 September 1985 21 November 1985 Soviet Union Vladimir Vasyutin, Soviet Union Georgi Grechko, Soviet Union Alexander Volkov Salyut 7 Success
Soviet Union Vladimir Vasyutin, Soviet Union Viktor Savinykh, Soviet Union Alexander Volkov
54 Soyuz T-15 Soyuz T
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13 March 1986 16 July 1986 Soviet Union Leonid Kizim, Soviet Union Vladimir Solovyov MirSalyut 7MirFirst flight between two stations Success

Soyuz TM (1987-2002)

No. Mission Emblem Spacecraft Date of launch Date of landing Crew (start/landing) Docking Outcome
Soyuz TM-1 Soyuz TM
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21 May 1986 30 May 1986 Unmanned Mir Success
55 Soyuz TM-2 Soyuz TM
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5 February 1987 30 July 1987 Soviet Union Yuri Romanenko, Soviet Union Aleksandr Laveykin Mir Success
Soviet Union Aleksandr Viktorenko, Soviet Union Aleksandr Laveykin, Syria Muhammed Faris
56 Soyuz TM-3 Soyuz TM-3 mission patch.svg Soyuz TM
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22 July 1987 29 December 1987 Soviet Union Alexander Viktorenko, Soviet Union Aleksandr Aleksandrov, Syria Muhammed Faris Mir Success
Soviet Union Yuri Romanenko, Soviet Union Aleksandr Aleksandrov, Soviet Union Anatoli Levchenko
57 Soyuz TM-4 Soyuz TM
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21 December 1987 17 June 1988 Soviet Union Vladimir Titov, Soviet Union Musa Manarov, Soviet Union Anatoli Levchenko Mir Success
Soviet Union Anatoly Solovyev, Soviet Union Viktor Savinykh, Bulgaria Aleksandr Aleksandrov
58 Soyuz TM-5 Soyuz TM-5 mission patch.svg Soyuz TM
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7 June 1988 7 September 1988 Soviet Union Anatoly Solovyev, Soviet Union Viktor Savinykh, Bulgaria Aleksandr Aleksandrov Mir Success
Soviet Union Vladimir Lyakhov, Afghanistan Abdul Mohmand
59 Soyuz TM-6 Soyuz TM-6 patch.svg Soyuz TM
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29 August 1988 21 December 1988 Soviet Union Vladimir Lyakhov, Soviet Union Valeri Polyakov, Afghanistan Abdul Mohmand Mir Success
Soviet Union Vladimir Titov, Soviet Union Musa Manarov, France Jean-Loup Chrétien
60 Soyuz TM-7 Soyuz TM-7 patch.png Soyuz TM
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26 November 1988 27 April 1989 Soviet Union Alexander Volkov, Soviet Union Sergei Krikalyov, France Jean-Loup Chrétien Mir Success
Soviet Union Alexander Volkov, Soviet Union Sergei Krikalyov, Soviet Union Valeri Polyakov
61 Soyuz TM-8 Soyuz TM
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5 September 1989 19 February 1990 Soviet Union Alexander Viktorenko, Soviet Union Aleksandr Serebrov Mir Success
62 Soyuz TM-9 Soyuz TM
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11 February 1990 9 August 1990 Soviet Union Anatoly Solovyev, Soviet Union Aleksandr Balandin Mir Success
63 Soyuz TM-10 Soyuz TM
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1 August 1990 10 December 1990 Soviet Union Gennadi Manakov, Soviet Union Gennady Strekalov Mir Success
Soviet Union Gennadi Manakov, Soviet Union Gennady Strekalov, Japan Toyohiro Akiyama (Reporter)
64 Soyuz TM-11 Soyuz TM-11 patch.png Soyuz TM
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2 December 1990 26 May 1990 Soviet Union Viktor Afanasyev, Soviet Union Musa Manarov, Japan Toyohiro Akiyama (Reporter) Mir Success
Soviet Union Viktor Afanasyev, Soviet Union Musa Manarov, United Kingdom Helen Sharman
65 Soyuz TM-12 Soyuz TM-12 patch.png Soyuz TM
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18 May 1991 10 October 1991 Soviet Union Anatoly Artsebarsky, Soviet Union Sergei Krikalev, United Kingdom Helen Sharman Mir Success
Soviet Union Anatoly Artsebarsky, Soviet Union Toktar Aubakirov, Austria Franz Viehböck
66 Soyuz TM-13 Soyuz TM-13 patch.png Soyuz TM
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2 October 1991 25 March 1992 Soviet Union Alexander Volkov, Soviet Union Toktar Aubakirov, Austria Franz Viehböck Mir Success
Russia Alexander Volkov, Russia Sergei Krikalev, Germany Klaus-Dietrich Flade
67 Soyuz TM-14 Soyuz TM-14 patch.png Soyuz TM
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17 March 1992 10 August 1992 Russia Alexander Viktorenko, Russia Alexander Kaleri, Germany Klaus-Dietrich Flade Mir Success
Russia Alexander Viktorenko, Russia Alexander Kaleri, France Michel Tognini
68 Soyuz TM-15 Soyuz TM-15 patch.png Soyuz TM
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27 July 1992 1 February 1993 Russia Anatoly Solovyev, Russia Sergei Avdeyev, France Michel Tognini Mir Success
Russia Anatoly Solovyev, Russia Sergei Avdeyev
69 Soyuz TM-16 Soyuz TM-16 patch.png Soyuz TM
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24 January 1993 22 July 1993 Russia Gennadi Manakov, Russia Alexander Poleshchuk Mir Success
Russia Gennadi Manakov, Russia Alexander Poleshchuk, France Jean-Pierre Haigneré
70 Soyuz TM-17 Soyuz TM-17 patch.png Soyuz TM
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1 July 1993 14 January 1994 Russia Vasili Tsibliyev, Russia Aleksandr Serebrov, France Jean-Pierre Haigneré Mir Success
Russia Vasili Tsibliyev, Russia Aleksandr Serebrov
71 Soyuz TM-18 Soyuz TM-18 patch.png Soyuz TM
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8 January 1994 9 July 1994 Russia Viktor Afanasyev, Russia Yury Usachov, Russia Valeri Polyakov Mir Success
Russia Viktor Afanasyev, Russia Yury Usachov
72 Soyuz TM-19 Soyuz TM-19 patch.png Soyuz TM
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1 July 1994 4 November 1994 Russia Yuri Malenchenko, Russia Talgat Musabayev Mir Success
Russia Yuri Malenchenko, Russia Talgat Musabayev, Germany Ulf Merbold
73 Soyuz TM-20 Soyuz TM-20 patch.png Soyuz TM
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4 October 1994 22 March 1995 Russia Alexander Viktorenko, Russia Yelena Kondakova, Germany Ulf Merbold Mir Success
Russia Alexander Viktorenko, Russia Yelena Kondakova, Russia Valeri Polyakov
74 Soyuz TM-21 Soyuz TM-21 Patch.png Soyuz TM
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14 March 1995 1 September 1995 Russia Vladimir Dezhurov, Russia Gennady Strekalov, United States Norman Thagard Mir Success
Russia Anatoly Solovyev, Russia Nikolai Budarin
75 Soyuz TM-22 Soyuz TM-22 patch.png Soyuz TM
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3 September 1995 29 February 1996 Russia Yuri Gidzenko, Russia Sergei Avdeyev, Germany Thomas Reiter Mir Success
76 Soyuz TM-23 Soyuz TM-23 patch.png Soyuz TM
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21 February 1996 2 September 1996 Russia Yuri Onufrienko, Russia Yury Usachov Mir Success
Russia Yuri Onufrienko, Russia Yury Usachov, France Claudie Haigneré
77 Soyuz TM-24 Soyuz TM-24 patch.png Soyuz TM
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17 August 1996 2 March 1997 Russia Valery Korzun, Russia Aleksandr Kaleri, France Claudie Haigneré Mir Success
Russia Valery Korzun, Russia Aleksandr Kaleri, Germany Reinhold Ewald
78 Soyuz TM-25 Soyuz TM-25 patch.png Soyuz TM
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10 February 1997 14 August 1997 Russia Vasili Tsibliyev, Russia Aleksandr Lazutkin, Germany Reinhold Ewald Mir Success
Russia Vasili Tsibliyev, Russia Aleksandr Lazutkin
79 Soyuz TM-26 Soyuz TM-26 patch.png Soyuz TM
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5 August 1997 19 February 1998 Russia Anatoly Solovyev, Russia Pavel Vinogradov Mir Success
Russia Anatoli Berezovoy, Russia Valentin Lebedev, France Léopold Eyharts
80 Soyuz TM-27 PegaseSoyuzTM27.png Soyuz TM
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29 January 1998 25 August 1998 Russia Talgat Musabayev, Russia Nikolai Budarin, France Léopold Eyharts Mir Success
Russia Talgat Musabayev, Russia Nikolai Budarin, Russia Yuri Baturin
81 Soyuz TM-28 Soyuz TM-28 patch.png Soyuz TM
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13 August 1998 28 February 1999 Russia Gennady Padalka, Russia Sergei Avdeyev, Russia Yuri Baturin Mir Success
Russia Gennady Padalka, Slovakia Ivan Bella
82 Soyuz TM-29 Soyuz TM-29 logo.png Soyuz TM
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20 February 1999 28 August 1999 Russia Viktor Afanasyev, France Jean-Pierre Haigneré, Slovakia Ivan Bella Mir Success
Russia Viktor Afanasyev, France Jean-Pierre Haigneré, Russia Sergei Avdeyev
83 Soyuz TM-30 Soyuz TM
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4 April 2000 16 June 2000 Russia Sergei Zalyotin, Russia Aleksandr Kaleri Mir Success
84 Soyuz TM-31 Soyuz TM-31 patch.png Soyuz TM
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31 October 2000 6 May 2001 Russia Yuri Gidzenko, Russia Sergei Krikalev, United States William Shepherd International Space Station Success
Russia Talgat Musabayev, Russia Yuri Baturin, United States Dennis Tito (Tourist)
85 Soyuz TM-32 Soyuz TM-32 patch.png Soyuz TM
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28 April 2001 31 October 2001 Russia Talgat Musabayev, Russia Yuri Baturin, United States Dennis Tito (Tourist) International Space Station Success
Russia Viktor Afanasyev, France Claudie Haigneré, Russia Konstantin Kozeyev
86 Soyuz TM-33 Soyuz TM-33 patch.png Soyuz TM
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21 October 2001 5 May 2002 Russia Viktor Afanasyev, France Claudie Haigneré, Russia Konstantin Kozeyev International Space Station Success
Russia Yuri Gidzenko, Italy Roberto Vittori, South Africa/United Kingdom Mark Shuttleworth (Tourist)
87 Soyuz TM-34 Soyuz TM-34 logo.png Soyuz TM
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25 April 2002 10 November 2002 Russia Yuri Gidzenko, Italy Roberto Vittori, South Africa/United Kingdom Mark Shuttleworth (Tourist) International Space Station Success
Russia Sergei Zalyotin, Belgium Frank De Winne, Russia Yury Lonchakov

Soyuz TMA (2002-2012)

No. Mission Emblem Spacecraft Date of launch Date of landing Crew (start/landing) Docking Outcome
88 Soyuz TMA-1 Soyouz TMA-1 logo.svg Soyuz TMA
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30 October 2002 4 May 2003 Russia Sergei Zalyotin, Belgium Frank De Winne, Russia Yury Lonchakov International Space Station Success
Russia Nikolai Budarin, United States Kenneth Bowersox, United States Donald Pettit
89 Soyuz TMA-2 Soyuz TMA-2 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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26 April 2003 28 October 2003 Russia Yuri Malenchenko, United States Edward Tsang Lu International Space Station Success
Russia Yuri Malenchenko, United States Edward Tsang Lu, Spain Pedro Duque
90 Soyuz TMA-3 Soyuz TMA-3 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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18 October 2003 30 April 2004 Russia Alexander Kaleri, United Kingdom/United States Michael Foale, Spain Pedro Duque International Space Station Success
Russia Alexander Kaleri, United Kingdom/United States Michael Foale, Netherlands André Kuipers
91 Soyuz TMA-4 Soyuz TMA-4 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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19 April 2004 24 October 2004 Russia Gennady Padalka, United States Michael Fincke, Russia André Kuipers International Space Station Success
Russia Gennady Padalka, United States Michael Fincke, Russia Yuri Shargin
92 Soyuz TMA-5 Soyuz TMA-5 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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14 October 2004 24 April 2005 Russia Salizhan Sharipov, United States Leroy Chiao, Russia Yuri Shargin International Space Station Success
Russia Salizhan Sharipov, United States Leroy Chiao, Italy Roberto Vittori
93 Soyuz TMA-6 Soyuz TMA-6 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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15 April 2005 15 October 2005 Russia Sergei Krikalev, United States John Phillips, Italy Roberto Vittori International Space Station Success
Russia Sergei Krikalev, United States John Phillips, United States Gregory Olsen (Tourist)
94 Soyuz TMA-7 Soyuz TMA-7 patch.svg Soyuz TMA
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1 October 2005 8 April 2006 Russia Valery Tokarev, United States William McArthur, United States Gregory Olsen (Tourist) International Space Station Success
Russia Valery Tokarev, United States William McArthur, Brazil Marcos Pontes
95 Soyuz TMA-8 Soyuz TMA-8 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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30 March 2006 29 September 2006 Russia Pavel Vinogradov, United States Jeffrey Williams, Brazil Marcos Pontes International Space Station Success
Russia Pavel Vinogradov, United States Jeffrey Williams, Iran/United States Anousheh Ansari (Tourist)
96 Soyuz TMA-9 Soyuz TMA-9 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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18 September 2006 21 April 2007 Russia Mikhail Tyurin, United States Michael López-Alegría, Iran/United States Anousheh Ansari (Tourist) International Space Station Success
Russia Mikhail Tyurin, United States Michael López-Alegría, Hungary/United States Charles Simonyi (Tourist)
97 Soyuz TMA-10 Soyuz TMA-10 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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7 April 2007 21 October 2007 Russia Oleg Kotov, Russia Fyodor Yurchikhin, Hungary/United States Charles Simonyi (Tourist) International Space Station Success
Russia Oleg Kotov, Russia Fyodor Yurchikhin, Malaysia Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor
98 Soyuz TMA-11 Soyuz TMA-11 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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10 October 2007 19 April 2008 Russia Yuri Malenchenko, United States Peggy Whitson, Malaysia Sheikh Muszaphar Shukor International Space Station Success
Russia Yuri Malenchenko, United States Peggy Whitson, South Korea Yi So-Yeon
99 Soyuz TMA-12 Soyuz TMA-12 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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8 April 2008 24 October 2008 Russia Sergei Volkov, Russia Oleg Kononenko, South Korea Yi So-Yeon International Space Station Success
Russia Sergei Volkov, Russia Oleg Kononenko, United Kingdom/United States Richard Garriott (Tourist)
100 Soyuz TMA-13 Soyuz TMA-13 Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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12 October 2008 8 April 2009 Russia Yuri Lonchakov, United States Michael Fincke, United Kingdom/United States Richard Garriott (Tourist) International Space Station Success
Russia Yuri Lonchakov, United States Michael Fincke, Hungary/United States Charles Simonyi
101 Soyuz TMA-14 Soyuz-TMA-14-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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26 March 2009 11 October 2009 Russia Gennady Padalka, United States Michael Barratt, Hungary/United States Charles Simonyi International Space Station Success
Russia Gennady Padalka, United States Michael Barratt, Canada Guy Laliberté (Tourist)
102 Soyuz TMA-15 Soyuz-TMA-15-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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27 May 2009 1 December 2009 Russia Roman Romanenko, Belgium Frank De Winne, Canada Robert Thirsk International Space Station Success
103 Soyuz TMA-16 Soyuz-TMA-16-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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30 September 2009 18 March 2010 Russia Maksim Surayev, United States Jeffrey Williams, Canada Guy Laliberté (Tourist) International Space Station Success
Russia Maksim Surayev, United States Jeffrey Williams
104 Soyuz TMA-17 Soyuz-TMA-17-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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20 December 2009 2 June 2010 Russia Oleg Kotov, United States Timothy Creamer, Japan Soichi Noguchi International Space Station Success
105 Soyuz TMA-18 Soyuz-TMA-18-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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2 April 2010 25 September 2010 Russia Aleksandr Skvortsov, Russia Mikhail Korniyenko, United States Tracy Caldwell Dyson International Space Station Success
106 Soyuz TMA-19 Soyuz-TMA-19-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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16 June 2010 26 November 2010 Russia Fyodor Yurchikhin, United States Shannon Walker, United States Douglas H. Wheelock International Space Station Success
108 Soyuz TMA-20 Soyuz-TMA-20-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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15 December 2010 24 May 2011 Russia Dmitri Kondratyev, United States Catherine Coleman, Italy Paolo Nespoli International Space Station Success
109 Soyuz TMA-21 Soyuz-TMA-21-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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5 April 2011 16 September 2011 Russia Aleksandr Samokutyayev, Russia Andrei Borisenko, United States Ronald Garan International Space Station Success
111 Soyuz TMA-22 Soyuz-TMA-22-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA
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14 November 2011 27 April 2012 Russia Anton Shkaplerov, Russia Anatoli Ivanishin, United States Daniel Burbank International Space Station Success

Soyuz TMA-M (2010-2016)

No. Mission Emblem Spacecraft Date of launch Date of landing Crew (start/landing) Docking Outcome
107 Soyuz TMA-01M Soyuz-TMA-01M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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8 October 2010 16 March 2011 Russia Aleksandr Kaleri, Russia Oleg Skripochka, United States Scott Kelly International Space Station Success
110 Soyuz TMA-02M Soyuz-TMA-02M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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8 June 2011 22 November 2011 Russia Sergey Volkov, United States Michael E. Fossum, Japan Satoshi Furukawa International Space Station Success
112 Soyuz TMA-03M Soyuz-TMA-03M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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21 December 2011 1 July 2012 Russia Oleg Kononenko, Netherlands André Kuipers, United States Donald Pettit International Space Station Success
113 Soyuz TMA-04M Soyuz-TMA-04M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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15 May 2012 17 September 2012 Russia Gennady Padalka, Russia Sergei Revin, United States Joseph Acaba International Space Station Success
114 Soyuz TMA-05M Soyuz-TMA-05M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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15 July 2012 19 November 2012 Russia Yuri Malenchenko, United States Sunita Williams, Japan Akihiko Hoshide International Space Station Success
115 Soyuz TMA-06M Soyuz-TMA-06M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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23 October 2012 16 March 2013 Russia Oleg Novitskiy, Russia Evgeny Tarelkin, United States Kevin Ford International Space Station Success
116 Soyuz TMA-07M Soyuz-TMA-07M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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19 December 2012 14 May 2013 Russia Roman Romanenko, Canada Chris Hadfield, United States Thomas Marshburn International Space Station Success
117 Soyuz TMA-08M Soyuz-TMA-08M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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29 March 2013 11 September 2013 Russia Pavel Vinogradov, Russia Alexander Misurkin, United States Christopher Cassidy International Space Station Success
118 Soyuz TMA-09M Soyuz-TMA-09M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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29 May 2013 11 November 2013 Russia Fyodor Yurchikhin, United States Karen L. Nyberg, Italy Luca Parmitano International Space Station Success
119 Soyuz TMA-10M Soyuz-TMA-10M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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26 September 2013 11 March 2014 Russia Oleg Kotov, Russia Sergey Ryazansky, United States Michael Hopkins International Space Station Success
120 Soyuz TMA-11M Soyuz-TMA-11M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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7 November 2013 14 May 2014 Russia Mikhail Tyurin, United States Richard Mastracchio, Japan Koichi Wakata International Space Station Success
121 Soyuz TMA-12M Soyuz-TMA-12M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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26 March 2014 11 September 2014 Russia Aleksandr Skvortsov, Russia Oleg Artemyev, United States Steven Swanson International Space Station Success
122 Soyuz TMA-13M Soyuz-TMA-13M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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28 May 2014 10 November 2014 Russia Maksim Surayev, United States Gregory Wiseman, Germany Alexander Gerst International Space Station Success
123 Soyuz TMA-14M Soyuz-TMA-14M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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26 September 2014 12 March 2015 Russia Aleksandr Samokutyayev, Russia Yelena Serova, United States Barry Wilmore International Space Station Success
124 Soyuz TMA-15M Soyuz-TMA-15M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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24 November 2014 11 June 2015 Russia Anton Shkaplerov, Italy Samantha Cristoforetti, United States Terry Virts International Space Station Success
125 Soyuz TMA-16M Soyuz-TMA-16M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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27 March 2015 12 September 2015 Russia Gennady Padalka, Russia Mikhail Korniyenko, United States Scott Kelly International Space Station Success
Russia Gennady Padalka, Denmark Andreas Mogensen, Kazakhstan Aidyn Aimbetov
126 Soyuz TMA-17M Soyuz-TMA-17M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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23 July 2015 11 December 2015 Russia Oleg Kononenko, Japan Kimiya Yui, United States Kjell Lindgren International Space Station Success
127 Soyuz TMA-18M Soyuz-TMA-18M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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2 September 2015 2 March 2016 Russia Sergey Volkov, Denmark Andreas Mogensen, Kazakhstan Aidyn Aimbetov International Space Station Success
Russia Sergey Volkov, Russia Mikhail Korniyenko, United States Scott Kelly
128 Soyuz TMA-19M Soyuz-TMA-19M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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15 December 2015 18 June 2016 Russia Yuri Malenchenko, United States Timothy Kopra, United Kingdom Timothy Peake International Space Station Success
129 Soyuz TMA-20M Soyuz-TMA-20M-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz TMA-M
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19 March 2016 6 September 2016 Russia Aleksey Ovchinin, Russia Oleg Skripochka, United States Jeffrey Williams International Space Station Success

Soyuz MS (2016-)

No. Mission Emblem Spacecraft Date of launch Date of landing Crew (start/landing) Docking Outcome
130 Soyuz MS-01 Soyuz-MS-01-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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7 July 2016 30 October 2016 Russia Anatoli Ivanishin, Japan Takuya Onishi, United States Kathleen Rubins International Space Station Success
131 Soyuz MS-02 Soyuz-MS-02-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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19 October 2016 11 April 2017 Russia Sergey Ryzhikov, Russia Andrei Borisenko, United States Robert Kimbrough International Space Station Success
132 Soyuz MS-03
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17 November 2016 2 June 2017 Russia Oleg Novitskiy, France Thomas Pesquet, United States Peggy A. Whitson International Space Station Success
133 Soyuz MS-04 Soyuz-MS-04-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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20 April 2017 3 September 2017 Russia Fyodor Yurchikhin, United States Jack Fischer International Space Station Success
134 Soyuz MS-05 Soyuz-MS-05-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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28 July 2017 14 December 2017 Russia Sergey Ryazansky, Italy Paolo Nespoli, United States Randolph Bresnik International Space Station Success
135 Soyuz MS-06 Soyuz-MS-06-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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12 September 2017 28 February 2018 Russia Alexander Misurkin, United States Joseph Acaba, United States Mark Vande Hei International Space Station Success
136 Soyuz MS-07 Soyuz-MS-07-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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17 December 2017 3 June 2018 Russia Anton Shkaplerov, Japan Norishige Kanai, United States Scott Tingle International Space Station Success
137 Soyuz MS-08 Soyuz-MS-08-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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21 March 2018 4 October 2018 Russia Oleg Artemyev, United States Richard Arnold, United States Andrew Feustel International Space Station Success
138 Soyuz MS-09 Soyuz-MS-09-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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6 June 2018 13 December 2018 (planned) Russia Sergey Prokopyev, United States Serena Auñón-Chancellor, Germany Alexander Gerst International Space Station In orbit
139 Soyuz MS-10 Soyuz-MS-10-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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11 October 2018 11 October 2018 Russia Aleksey Ovchinin, United States Nick Hague(Aborted launch at T+122 seconds due to rocket booster separation failure) International Space Station Failure[4]
140 Soyuz MS-11 Soyuz-MS-11-Mission-Patch.png Soyuz MS
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3 December 2018 Russia Oleg Kononenko, United States Anne McClain, Canada David Saint-Jacques International Space Station In orbit
141 Soyuz MS-12 Soyuz MS
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March 2019 (planned) Russia Aleksey Ovchinin, United States Nick Hague, United States Christina Koch International Space Station Planned
142 Soyuz MS-13 Soyuz MS
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September 2019 (planned) Russia To be defined, To be defined, To be defined International Space Station Planned

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Aborted mission which nevertheless achieved sub-orbital spaceflight, with the crew surviving.
  2. ^ a b c d Uncrewed flight.
  3. ^ Includes five special cases: two fatal missions, Soyuz 1 and Soyuz 11, both of which reached space; Soyuz 19, the Soviet participant in the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project; Soyuz 32, which sent a crew to the Salyut 6 space station and returned to earth without its crew, and Soyuz 34, which was launched uncrewed and sent to Salyut 6 to provide the crew of Soyuz 32 with a successful return craft.
  4. ^ Mission aborted at-launch due to a pad fire, failing to achieve spaceflight; crew survived. Included here as a committed launch attempt and a notable historical example.
  5. ^ Soyuz MS-10 aborted after launch, failing to reach space; crew survived. Included here as a committed launch attempt and a notable historical example.

References

  • Wade, Mark. "Encyclopedia Astronautica".

Footnotes

  1. ^ The spacecraft is the active one for docking, and have the active "probe" docking mechanism.
  2. ^ Automated flight.
  3. ^ The spacecraft is the passive one for docking, and have the passive "drogue" docking mechanism.
  4. ^ https://www.rt.com/news/440948-iss-emergency-landing-soyuz/
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