Soyuz T-9

USSR


International Flight nº: 92

Earth orbit Flight nº: 89

USSR launch Flight nº: 54


Launch & orbit data:

Designation 14152 / 83062A
Launch date - time 27 Jun 1983 - 09:12:18 UT
Launch site Baikonur, LC1
Launch vehicle  Soyuz 11A511U (s/n 379)
OKB name - S/N° Soyuz 7K-ST s/nº14L
Mass (kg) 6850
Flight Crew (EO-2) Lyakhov, Vladimir (CDR)
Aleksandrov, Aleksandr (FE)
Call Sign Proton (Proton)
Backup crew Titov Vladimir, Strekalov
Earth orbit on :
   - Perigee x Apogee 201 x 229 km
   - Inclination 51.6°
   - Period 88.8 min

Docking & landing data:

Docking date - time 28 Jun 1983 - 10:46 UT
Target spacecraft/port Salyut 7/aft
Undocking date - time 16 Aug 1983
Redocking date - time 16 Aug 1983
Target spacecraft/port Salyut 7/ Fwd
Undocking date - time 23 Nov 1983 - 16:40 UT
Landing date - time 23 Nov 1983 - 19:58:19 UT
Landing location 48°N, 70°E
160 km east of Dzheskasgan
Flight Duration (d:hr:min) 149d 10h 46m
Nbr orbits 2365

Flight Crew:

Nr. Surname Given name Job Duration
1  Lyakhov  Vladimir Afanasiyevich  Commander 149d 10h 46m 
2  Aleksandrov  Aleksandr Pavlovich  Flight engineer 149d 10h 46m 

Date Time (UT) Explanation
Nov 01, 1983 ? beginning of EVA (Lyakhov & Aleksandrov); station "Salyut-7"  
Nov 01, 1983 ? ending of EVA (Lyakhov & Aleksandrov   ), duration 2:49:12; station "Salyut-7"  
Nov 03, 1983 ? beginning of EVA (Lyakhov & Aleksandrov   ); station "Salyut-7"  
Nov 03, 1983 ? ending of EVA (Lyakhov & Aleksandrov   ), duration 2:55:03; station "Salyut-7"  

Flight:

Manned two crew. Docked with Salyut 7-Cosmos 1443; second resident crew of the station; supplies carried from cargo space ships Progress 17 and 18; numeruous scientific experiments in different disciplines; EVA`s on 01. (2h 50m) and 03.11.1983 (2h 55m) (mounting of two solar-cell-structures).

Transported to the Salyut-7 orbital station a crew consisting of V A Lyakhov, commander of the spacecraft, and A P Aleksandrov, flight engineer, to conduct scientific and technical research and experiments.


Astrophilately covers:

Soyuz T9

Cosmic Mail: Cover on board of Salyut 7, with five-side Salyut-7 boardcancel, and launch cancel Baikonur, signed by the crew.



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