Хронология пилотируемых космических полётов. Chronologie der bemannten Weltraumflüge. Chronology of the manned space flights.

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Date Ship Crew Country Achievements Duration
2000
214 February 11 Endeavor STS-99 Kevin Kregel,
Dominic Gorie,
Janet Kavandi,
Janice Voss,
Gerhard Thiele (Germany),
Mamoru Mohri (Japan)
Picture
USA
97th shuttle flight. The 14th flight of Endeavor. 11 d 5 h 38 m
215 April 4 Soyuz TM-30 Sergey Zalyotin,
Alexander Kalery
Picture
Russia
The twenty eighth and the last expedition to the Mir station. The last attempt to extend the life of the station. 72 d 19 h 52 m
216 May 19 Atlantis STS-101 James Halsell,
Scott Horowitz,
Susan Helms,
James Voss,
Mary Weber,
Geoffrey Williams,
Yuri Usachev (Russia)
Picture
USA
98th shuttle flight. The 21st flight of Atlantis. 9 d 20 h 9 m
217 September 8 Atlantis STS-106 Terrence Wilcutt,
Scott Altman,
Daniel Burbank,
Edward Lu,
Richard Mastracchio,
Yuri Malenchenko (Russia),
Boris Morukov (Russia)
Picture
USA
The 99th shuttle flight. The 22nd flight of Atlantis. 11 d 19 h 11 m
218 October 11 Discovery STS-92 Brian Duffy,
Pamela Melroy,
Leroy Chiao,
William McArthur,
Peter Wisoff,
Michael Lopez-Alegria,
Koishi Wakata
Picture
USA
100th flight of the shuttle. The 28th flight of Discovery. 12 d 21 h 43 m
219 October 31 Soyuz TM-31 Yuri Gidzenko,
Sergey Krikalev,
William Shepherd (USA)
Picture
Russia
The first crew of the ISS. Beginning of the counting of the permanent stay of cosmonauts and astronauts on the ISS. Ship - 187 d 3 h 17 m
Crew - 72 d 19 h 52 m
220 November 30 Endeavor STS-97 Brent Jett,
Michael Bloomfield,
Joseph Tanner,
Carlos Noriega,
Mark Garneau (Canada)
Picture
USA
101st shuttle flight. The 15th flight of Endeavor. 10 d 19 h 58 m
Year Summary
  • Russian cosmonauts - 91 (+2 per year)
  • Russia manned flights - 89 (+2 per year)
  • US astronauts - 248 (+4 per year)
  • US manned flights - 131 (+5 per year)
  • Astronauts from other countries - 58 (+1 per year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 397 (+7 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 220 (+7 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of cumulative time in space - Avdeyev (for three flights) = 17942 h 12 m (747d 14 with 12 m)
2001
221 February 7 Atlantis STS-98 Kenneth Cockrell,
Mark Polansky,
Robert Curbeam,
Marcia Ivins,
Thomas Jones
Picture
USA
102th shuttle flight. The 23rd flight of Atlantis. Delivery module Destiny for the ISS. 12 d 21 h 20 m
222 March 8 Discovery STS-102 James Wetherbee,
James Kelly,
Andrew Thomas,
Paul Richards, James Voss,
Susan Helms, Yuri Usachev (Russia)
Picture
USA
103th shuttle flight. The 29th flight of Discovery. Voss, Helms and Usachev - the 2nd crew of the ISS, returned on Earth on Discovery STS-105. 12 d 19 h 49 m
2nd crew of the ISS - 167 d 6 h 41 m
223 April 19 Endeavor STS-100 Kent Rominger,
Jeffrey Ashby,
John Phillips,
Scott Parazinski,
Chris Hadfield (Canada),
Umberto Guidoni (Italy),
Yuri Lonchakov (Russia)
Picture
USA
104th shuttle flight. The 16th flight of Endeavor. 11 d 21 h 30 m
224 April 28 Soyuz TM-32 Talgat Musabaev (Kazakhstan),
Yuri Baturin,
Dennis Tito (USA)
Picture
Russia
Expedition visiting the ISS. The crew returned on Earth in Soyuz TM-31. Tito is the first commercial passenger. Ship - 125 d 21 h 21 m
Crew - 7 d 22 h 4 m
225 July 12 Atlantis STS-104 Stephen Lindsey,
Charles Hobaugh,
Michael Gernhardt,
Janet Kavandi,
James Reilly
Picture
USA
105th shuttle flight. The 24th flight of Atlantis. 12 d 18 h 35 m
226 August 10 Discovery STS-105 Scott Horowitz,
Frederick Sturckow,
Patrick Forrester,
Daniel Barry,
Frank Culbertson,
Vladimir Dezhurov (Russia),
Mikhail Tyurin (Russia)
Picture
USA
106th shuttle flight. The 30th flight of Discovery. Culbertson, Dezhurov, Tyurin - the 3rd crew of the ISS, returned on Earth in Endeavor STS-108. 11 d 21 h 13 m
The 3rd ISS crew - 122 d 22 h 38 m
227 October 21 Soyuz TM-33 Victor Afanasyev,
Konstantin Kozeev,
Claudie Andre-Deshay (Haignere) (France)
Picture
Russia
Expedition visiting the ISS. The crew returned on Earth in Soyuz TM-32. Ship - 195 d 18 h 52 m
Crew - 9 d 19 h 59 m
228 December 5 Endeavor STS-108 Dominic Gorie,
Mark Kelly,
Daniel Tani,
Linda Godwin,
Daniel Bursch,
Carl Walz,
Yuri Onufrienko (Russia)
Picture
USA
107th shuttle flight. The 17th flight of Endeavor. Onufrienko, Bursch, Walz - the 4th crew of the ISS, returned on Earth in Endeavor STS-111. 11 d 19 h 36 m
The 4th crew of the ISS - 195 d 19 h 39 m
Year Summary
  • Cosmonauts of Russia - 94 (+3 per year)
  • Russia manned flights - 91 (+2 per year)
  • US astronauts - 257 (+9 per year)
  • US manned flights - 137 (+6 per year)
  • Cosmonauts from other countries - 58 (+0 for the year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 409 (+12 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 228 (+8 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of cumulative time in space - Avdeyev (for three flights) = 17942 h 12 m (747d 14 with 12 m)
2002
229 March 1 Columbia STS-109 Scott Altman
Duane Carey,
John Grunsfeld,
James Newman,
Richard Linnehan,
Michael Massimino,
Nancy Currie
Picture
USA
108th shuttle flight. The 27th flight of Columbia. The fourth Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission. 10 d 22 h 10 m
230 April 8 Atlantis STS-110 Michael Bloomfield
Stephen Frick,
Jerry Ross,
Steven Smith,
Ellen Ochoa,
Lee Morin,
Rex Walheim
Picture
USA
109th shuttle flight. The 25th flight of Atlantis. Jerry Ross - the first astronaut makes the seventh space flight. 10 d 19 h 43 m
231 April 25 Soyuz TM-34 Yuri Gidzenko,
Roberto Vittori (Italy),
Mark Shuttleworth (South Africa)
Picture
Russia
Expedition visiting the ISS. The crew returned on Earth in Soyuz TM-33. Shuttleworth is the first cosmonaut from South Africa and the second commercial cosmonaut. Ship - 198 d 17 h 37 m
Crew - 9 d 21 h 24 m
232 June 5 Endeavor STS-111 Kenneth Cockrell,
Paul Lokhart,
Franklin Chang-Diaz, Philip Perrin (France),
Peggy Whitson,
Valery Korzun (Russia),
Sergey Treschev (Russia)
Picture
USA
110th shuttle flight. The 18th flight of Endeavor. Franklin Chang-Diaz - the second astronaut makes the seventh space flight. Korzun, Whitson, Treschev - the 5th crew of the ISS, returned on Earth in Endeavor STS-113. 13 d 20 h 35 m
The 5th crew of the ISS - 184 d 22 h 14 m
233 October 7 Atlantis STS-112 Jeffrey Ashby,
Pamela Melroy, David Wolf,
Pierce Sellers,
Sandra Magnus,
Fedor Yurchikhin (Russia)
Picture
USA
111th shuttle flight. 26th flight of Atlantis. 10 d 19 h 58 m
234 October 30 Soyuz TMA-1 Sergey Zalyotin,
Yuri Lonchakov,
Frank De Winne (Belgium).
Picture
Russia
Expedition visiting the ISS. The crew returned on Earth in Soyuz TM-34. Ship - 185 d 22 h 56 m
Crew - 10 d 20 h 53 m
Year Summary
  • Russian cosmonauts - 96 (+2 per year)
  • Russia manned flights - 93 (+2 per year)
  • US astronauts - 268 (+11 per year)
  • US manned flights - 142 (+5 per year)
  • Cosmonauts of other countries - 62 (+4 per year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 426 (+17 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 235 (+7 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of cumulative time in space - Avdeyev (for three flights) = 17942 h 12 m (747d 14 with 12 m)
2003
236 January 16 Columbia STS-107 Rick Husbend,
William McCool,
Michael Anderson,
Kalpana Chawla,
David Brown,
Laurel Clark,
Ilan Ramon (Israel)
Picture
USA
113th shuttle flight. 28th flight of Columbia. Ilan Ramon is the first astronaut from Israel. During the descent from the orbit Shuttle Columbia exploded. All crew members were killed. 15 d 22 h 21 m
237 April 26 Soyuz TMA-2 Yuri Malenchenko, Edward Lu (USA) Picture
Russia
The Seventh ISS crew. After destruction of the shattl Columbia, the crews on the ISS arrive on Soyuz. 184 d 20 h 9 m
238 October 15 Shenzhou-5 Yan Liwei Picture China The first manned space flight of China. 21 h 23 m
239 October 18 Soyuz TMA-3 Alexander Kalery,
Michael Foale,
Pedro Duque (Spain)
Picture
Russia
Foale and Kalery - the eighth crew of the ISS. Duque returned on Earth in the Soyuz TMA-2. 194 d 18 h 34 m in Duke - 9 d 18 h 25 m
Year Summary
  • The death of seven astronauts on the shuttle Columbia
  • The first manned flight of the China
  • Cosmonauts of Russia - 96 (+0 for the year)
  • Russia manned flights - 95 (+2 per year)
  • USA astronauts - 271 (+3 per year)
  • USA manned flights - 143 (+1 per year)
  • China Cosmonauts - 1 (+1 for the year)
  • Manned flights of China - 1 (+1 per year)
  • Cosmonauts from other countries - 63 (+1 for the year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 431 (+5 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 239 (+ 4 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of cumulative time in space - Avdeyev (for three flights) = 17942 h 12 m (747d 14 with 12 m)
2004
240 April 19 Soyuz TMA-4 Gennady Padalka,
Michael Fincke (USA),
André Kuipers (Netherlands)
Picture
Russia
Padalka and Fincke - ninth crew of the ISS. Kuipers returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-3. 187 d 21 h 17 m
Kuipers - 10 d 20 h 53 m
241 October 14 Soyuz TMA-5 Salizhan Sharipov,
Leroy Chiao (USA),
Yuri Shargin
Picture
Russia
Chiao and Sharipov - the tenth crew of the ISS. Shargin returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-4. 192 d 19 h 2 m
Shargin - 9 d 21 h 30 m
Year Summary
  • Russian cosmonauts - 97 (+1 for the year)
  • Russia manned flights - 97 (+2 per year)
  • USA astronauts - 272 (+1 per year)
  • USA manned flights - 143 (+0 per year)
  • Cosmonauts of China - 1 (+0 per year)
  • Manned flights of China - 1 (+0 per year)
  • Astronauts from other countries - 64 (+1 for the year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 434 (+3 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 241 (+ 2 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of cumulative time in space - Avdeyev (for three flights) = 17942 h 12 m (747d 14 h 12 m)
2005
242 April 15 Soyuz TMA-6 Sergey Krikalev,
John Phillips (USA),
Roberto Vittori (Italy).
Picture
Russia
Krikalev and Phillips - the eleventh crew of the ISS. Krikalev sets a new record of cumulative time in space - 19281 h 39 m. Vittori returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-5. 179 d 00 h 23 m
Vittori - 9 d 21 h 21 m
243 July 26 Discovery STS-114 Eileen Collins
James Kelly,
Stephen Robinson,
Andrew Thomas,
Wendy Lawrence,
Charles Camarda,
Soichi Noguchi (Japan).
Picture
USA
114th shuttle flight. The 31st flight of Discovery. The resumption of shuttle flights two years after the Columbia catastrophe. 13 d 21 h 33 m
244 October 1 Soyuz TMA-7 Valery Tokarev,
William McArthur (USA),
Gregory Olsen (USA).
Picture
Russia
McArthur and Tokarev - the twelfth crew of the ISS. Olsen returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-6. 189 d 19 h 52 m
Olsen - 9 d 21 h 13 m
245 October 12 Shenzhou-6 Fei Junlong,
Nie Haisheng
Picture China The second manned flight of China. 4d 19h 32m
Year Summary
  • Russian cosmonauts - 97 (+0 per year)
  • Manned flights of Russia - 99 (+2 per year)
  • USA astronauts - 274 (+2 per year)
  • USA vanned flights - 144 (+1 per year)
  • China's cosmonauts - 3 (+2 per year)
  • China's manned flights - 2 (+1 per year)
  • Cosmonauts of other countries - 65 (+1 for the year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 439 (+5 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 245 (+ 4 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of cumulative time in space - Krikalev (for six flights) = 19281 h 39 m (803 d 9 h 39 m)
2006
246 March 30 Soyuz TMA-8 Pavel Vinogradov,
Jeffrey Williams (USA),
Marcos Pontes (Brazil).
Picture
Russia
Vinogradov and Williams - the thirteenth crew of the ISS. Pontes - the first cosmonaut of Brazil, returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-7. 182 d 22 h 43 m
Pontes - 9 d 21 h 16 m
247 July 4 Discovery STS-121 Stephen Lindsey,
Mark Kelly,
Pierce Sellers,
Michael Fossum,
Lisa Nowak,
Stephanie Wilson,
Thomas Reiter
Picture
USA
115th shuttle flight. 32nd flight of Discovery. Second flight of shuttles after the Columbia disaster. Reiter remained on the ISS. 13 d 21 h 33 m
Reiter - 171 d 3 h 54 m
248 August 28 Atlantis STS-115 Brent Jett,
Christopher Ferguson,
Joseph Tanner,
Daniel Burbank,
Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper,
Stephen MacLean (Canada)
Picture
USA
116th shuttle flight. The 27th flight of Atlantis. Resumption of the ISS assembly. 11 d 19 h 7 m
249 September 24 Soyuz TMA-9 Mikhail Tyurin,
Michael Lopez-Alegria (USA),
Anoushe Ansari (USA)
Picture
Russia
Tyurin and Lopez-Alegria - the fourteenth crew of the ISS. Ansari is the first femal space tourist. Ansari returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-8. 215 d 8 h 23 m in Ansari - 10 d 21 h 5 m
250 December 10 Discovery STS-116 Mark Polanski,
William Ofelein,
Robert Curbeam,
Nicholas Patrick,
Joan Higginbotham,
Sunita Williams,
Christer Fuglesang (Sweden)
Picture
USA
117th shuttle flight. 33rd flight of Discovery. Sunita Williams stayed aton the ISS as part of the ISS-14 crew. Instead of her, Thomas Reiter returned on Earth. 12 d 20 h 44 m
Year Summary
  • Russian cosmonauts - 97 (+0 per year)
  • Russian manned flights - 101 (+2 per year)
  • USA astronauts - 284 (+10 per year)
  • USA manned flights - 147 (+3 per year)
  • China's Cosmonauts - 3 (+0 per year)
  • Manned flights of China - 2 (+0 per year)
  • Cosmonauts from other countries - 67 (+2 per year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 451 (+12 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 250 (+ 5 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of the cumulative time in space - Krikalev (for six flights) = 19281 h 39 m (803 d 9 h 39 m)
2007
251 April 7 Soyuz TMA-10 Oleg Kotov,
Fedor Yurchikhin,
Charles Simonyi (USA).
Picture
Russia
Kotov and Yurchikhin - the fifteenth crew of the ISS. Simonyi is the fifth space tourist. Simony returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-9. 196 d 17 h 5 m
Simonyi - 13 d 19 h 1 m
252 June 8 Atlantis STS-117 Frederic Sturckow,
Lee Arshambault,
James Reilly,
Steven Swanson,
Patrick Forrester,
John Olivas,
Clayton Anderson
Picture
USA
118th shuttle flight. The 28th flight of Atlantis. Clayton Anderson remained on the station as part of ISS-15 crew. Instead of him, Sunita Williams returned on Earth. 13 d 20 h 11 m
253 August 9 Endeavor STS-118 Scott Kelly,
Charles Hobaugh,
Barbara Morgan,
Richard Mastracchio, Tracy Caldwell,
Alvin Drew,
Dafydd Williams (Canada)
Picture
USA
The 119th flight of the shuttle. The 20th flight of Endeavor. 12 d 17 h 55 m
254 October 10 Soyuz TMA-11 Yuri Malenchenko, Peggy Whitson,
Sheikh Muzhaphar Shukor (Malaysia).
Picture
Russia
Malenchenko and Whitson - the sixteenth crew of the ISS. Sheikh Muzhaphar Shukor - the first cosmonaut of Malaysia. Sheikh Muzhaphar Shukor returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-10. 191 d 19 h 08 m
Sheikh Muzhaphar Shukor - 10 d 21 h 15 m
255 October 23 Discovery STS-120 Pamela Melroy, George Zamka,
Scott Parazynski,
Douglas Wheelock,
Daniel Tani,
Stephanie Wilson,
Paolo Nespoli (Italy)
Picture
USA
120th shuttle flight. 34th flight of Discovery. Daniel Tani stayed on the station as part of ISS-16 crew. Instead of him, Clayton Anderson returned on Earth. 15 d 2 h 23 m
Year Summary
  • Russian cosmonauts - 98 (+1 for the year)
  • Russian manned flights - 103 (+2 per year)
  • USA astronauts - 294 (+10 per year)
  • USA manned flights - 150 (+3 per year)
  • China's cosmonauts - 3 (+0 per year)
  • Manned flights of China - 2 (+0 per year)
  • Cosmonauts from other countries - 69 (+2 per year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 464 (+13 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 255 (+ 5 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of the cumulative time in space - Krikalev (for six flights) = 19281 h 39 m (803 d 9 h 39 m)
2008
256 February 7 Atlantis STS-122 Stephen Frick,
Alan Poindexter,
Stanley Love,
Rex Walheim,
Leland Melvin,
Hans Schlegel (Germany),
Leopold Eyharts (France)
Picture
USA
121st flight of the shuttle. The 29th flight of Atlantis. Leopold Eyharts remained on the station in the ISS-16 crew. Instead of him, Daniel Tani returned on Earth. 12 d 18 h 22 m
257 March 11 Endeavor STS-123 Dominic Gorie,
Gregory Johnson,
Richard Linnehan,
Robert Behnken,
Michael Foreman,
Garrett Reisman,
Takao Doi (Japan)
Picture
USA
122nd shuttle flight. The 21st flight of Endeavor. Garret Reisman remained on the station as part of ISS-17 crew. Instead of him, Leopold Eyharts returned on Earth. 15 d 18 h 11 m
258 April 8 Soyuz TMA-12 Sergey Volkov,
Oleg Kononenko,
Yi So-yeon (South Korea).
Picture
Russia
Volkov and Kononenko - the seventeenth crew of the ISS. Yi So-yeon is the first cosmonaut of South Korea. Yi So-yeon returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-11. 198 d 16 h 21 m
Li So-yon - 10 d 21 h 14 m
259 May 31 Discovery STS-124 Mark Kelly,
Kenneth Ham,
Karen Nyberg,
Ronald Garan,
Michael Fossum, Gregory Chamitoff,
Akihiko Hoshide (Japan)
Picture
USA
123rd shuttle flight. The 35th flight of Discovery. Gregory Chamitoff remained on the station as part of the ISS-17 crew. Instead of him, Garrett Reisman returned on Earth. 13 d 18 h 14 m
260 September 25 Shenzhou-7 Zhai Zhigang,
Liu Boming,
Jing Haipeng
Picture China The third manned flight of China. The first Chinese spacewalk. 2 d 20 h 29 m
261 October 12 Soyuz TMA-13 Yuri Lonchakov,
Michael Fincke,
Richard Garriott
Picture
Russia
Fincke and Lonchakov - the eighteenth crew of the ISS. Richard Garriott is the sixth space tourist. Richard Garriott returned on Earth in Soyuz TMA-12. 178 d 00 h 15 m
Richard Garriott - 11 d 20 h 36 m
262 November 15 Endeavor STS-126 Christopher Ferguson,
Eric Boe,
Stephen Bowen,
Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper,
Donald Pettit,
Robert Kimbrough,
Sandra Magnus
Picture
USA
124th shuttle flight. The 22nd flight of Endeavor. Sandra Magnus remained on the station as part of ISS-18 crew. Instead of him, Gregory Chamitoff returned on Earth. 15 d 20 h 30 m
Year Summary
  • Cosmonauts of Russia - 100 (+2 per year)
  • Manned flights of Russia - 105 (+2 per year)
  • USA astronauts - 309 (+15 per year)
  • USA manned flights - 154 (+4 per year)
  • Cosmonauts of China - 6 (+3 per year)
  • China's manned flights - 3 (+1 per year)
  • Cosmonauts of other countries - 71 (+2 per year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 486 (+22 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 262 (+ 7 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • Record of the cumulative time in space - Krikalev (for six flights) = 19281 h 39 m (803 d 9 h 39 m)
2009
263 March 16 Discovery STS-119 Lee Arshambau,
Tony Antonelli,
Joseph Acaba,
John Phillips,
Steve Swanson,
Richard Arnold,
Koichi Wakata (Japan)
Picture
USA
125th shuttle flight. The 36th flight of Discovery. Koichi Wakata remained on the station as part of ISS-18 crew. Sandra Magnus returned on Earth instead of him. 12 d 19 h 30 m
264 March 26 Soyuz TMA-14 Gennady Padalka,
Michael Barratt (USA),
Charles Simonyi (USA)
Picture
Russia
Padalka and Barratt - the nineteenth crew of the ISS. Charles Simonyi is a space tourist who makes the second space flight. 198 d 16 h 43 m
Charles Simonyi - 12 d 19 h 27 m
265 May 11 Atlantis STS-125 Scott Altman
Gregory Johnson,
John Grunsfeld,
Michael Good,
Michael Massimino,
Andrew Feustel,
Megan McArthur
Picture
USA
126th shuttle flight. The 30th flight of Atlantis. Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission. 12 d 21 h 37 m
266 May 27 Soyuz TMA-15 Roman Romanenko,
Frank De Winne (Belgium),
Robert Thirsk (Canada)
Picture
Russia
De Winne, Romanenko and Thirsk - the twentieth crew of the ISS. 187 d 20 h 42 m
267 July 16 Endeavor STS-127 Mark Polansky,
Douglas Hurley,
Thomas Marshburn,
Christopher Cassidy,
David Wolf,
Timothy Kopra,
Julie Payette (Canada)
Picture
USA
127th shuttle flight. The 23rd flight of Endeavor. Timothy Kopra remained on the station in the ISS-20 crew. Instead of him, Koichi Wakata returned on Earth. 15 d 16 h 45 m
268 August 29 Discovery STS-128 Frederick Sturckow,
Kevin Ford,
John Olivas,
Patrick Forrester,
Joe Hernandez,
Nicole Stott,
Christer Fuglesang (Sweden)
Picture
USA
128th shuttle flight. The 37th flight of Discovery. Nicole Stott remained on the station as part of the ISS-21 crew. Instead of her, Timothy Kopra returned to Earth. 13 d 20 h 54 m
269 September 30 Soyuz TMA-16 Maxim Suraev,
Geoffrey Williams,
Guy Laliberte
Picture
Russia
Williams and Suraev - the twenty first crew of the ISS. Guy Laliberte is a space tourist. 169 d 04 h 09 m
Guy Laliberte - 10 d 21 h 17 m
270 November 16 Atlantis STS-129 Charles Hobaugh,
Barry Wilmore,
Robert Sathcher,
Randolph Bresnik,
Leland Melvin,
Michael Foreman
Picture
USA
129th shuttle flight. The 31st flight of Atlantis. 10 d 19 h 16 m
271 December 20 Soyuz TMA-17 Oleg Kotov,
Timothy Creamer,
Soichi Noguchi
Picture
Russia
Kotov, Cremer and Noguchi - the twenty first crew of the ISS. 163 d 05 h 33 m
Year Summary
  • Russian cosmonauts - 102 (+2 per year)
  • Russia manned flights - 109 (+4 per year)
  • USA astronauts - 328 (+19 per year)
  • USA manned flights - 159 (+5 per year)
  • Cosmonauts of China - 6 (+0 per year)
  • Manned flights of China - 3 (+0 per year)
  • Cosmonauts from other countries - 72 (+1 for the year)
  • Total astronauts and cosmonauts - 508 (+22 per year)
  • Total manned flights - 271 (+ 9 per year)
  • The record of flight duration (Polyakov) = 10505 h 58 m (437 d 17 h 58 m)
  • The record of the cumulative time in space - Krikalev (for six flights) = 19281 h 39 m (803 d 9 h 39 m)

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