Soyuz TMA-6

Russia


International Flight nº: 243

Earth orbit Flight nº: 240

Russian Flight nº: 100

26th manned flight to ISS. Flight: ISS-10S

Launch, orbit & landing data:

Designation 28640 / 05013A
Launch date - time 15 Apr 2005 - 00:46:25 UT
Launch site Baikonur, LC1
Launch vehicle Soyuz-FG (#014)
Soyuz designation11F732 nº216
Mass (kg) 7 250? kg
Flight Crew Krikalyov, Sergei (CDR - Russia)
 Phillips, John (FE - USA)
 Vittori, Roberto (ESA)
Initial Earth orbit on 17 Apr - 01:40 UT:
Perigee / Apogee 351 x 360 km
Inclination 51.65°
Period 91.65 min
Docking date - time 17 Apr 2005 - 02:20:23 UT
Target spacecraft/port ISS/Pirs
Earth orbit on :
   - Perigee / Apogee 198 / 245 km
   - Inclination 51.66°
   - Period  min
Undocking date - time 19 Jul 2005 - 10:38 UT (from Pirs)
Redocking date - time 19 Jul 2005 - 11:08 UT
Target spacecraft/port ISS/Zarya
Undocking date - time 10 Oct 2005 - 21:49 UT
Landing date - time 11 Oct 2005 - 01:10 UT
Landing location 57 km northeast of Arkalyk
50° 44' N, 67° 25' 41" E
Flight Duration (d:hr:min) 179d 00h 23m
Nbr orbits 2817
Landing crew (Exp.11 & VC-9): Krikalyov, Phillips & Olsen




Launched crew (Exp.11 & VC-8)::

Nr. Surname Given name Job Duration
1  Krikalyov  Sergei Konstantinovich  Commander 179d 00h 23m 
2  Phillips  John Lynch  Flight engineer 179d 00h 23m 
3  Vittori  Roberto  Flight engineer 9d 21h 22m 

Vittori landed with Soyuz-TMA5 on 24 Apr 2005.

Mission Report:

Launch from Baikonur; ISS Expedition 11.

Astrophilately covers:

Soyuz TMA-6 cover

Launch cancel Baikonur, registered mail



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