|38||April 11||Apollo 13|| James Lovell,|
Fred Haise ,
|The explosion in the command module did not allow landing on the Moon. In extreme conditions, using the engine of the lunar module, the crew managed to return on Earth. For the first time the astronaut commits four space flights - Lovell.||5 d 22 h 55 m|
|39||June 1||Soyuz-9|| Andriyan Nikolayev,|
|USSR||The longest, up to this day, flight in one space ship. The record duration of the flight is 424 h 59 m.||17 d 16 h 59 m|
|40 td>||January 31||Apollo-14||
|The third landing on the moon.||9 d 0 h 2 m|
|41||April 22||Soyuz-10|| Vladimir Shatalov,|
|USSR||Unsuccessful attempt to dock with the orbital station Salyut-1. Early return on Earth. The third flight of the Soviet cosmonauts - Shatalov and Eliseyev.||1 d 23 h 46 m|
|42||June 6||Soyuz-11|| George Dobrovolsky,|
|USSR||The first long-term expedition to the orbital space station Salyut-1. The crew died by landing. The record duration of the flight is 570 h 22 m.||23 d 18 h 22 m|
|43||July 26||Apollo 15|| David Scott,|
|The fourth expedition on the moon.||12 d 7 h 12 m|
|44||April 16||Apollo-16|| John Young,|
|The fifth expedition on the moon.||11 d 1 h 51 m|
|45||Dec. 7||Apollo-17|| Eugene Cernan,|
|The sixth expedition on the moon.||12d 13h 52m|
|46||May 25||Skylab-1|| Charles Conrad,
|The first long-term crew of the American space station Skylab. The record duration of the flight = 672 h 50 m.||28 d 0 h 50 m|
|47||July 28||Skylab-2|| Alan Bin,
Jack Lusma ,
|The second long-term crew of the American space station Skylab. The record of flight duration = 1427 h 9 m.||59 d 11 h 9 m|
|48||September 27||Soyuz-12|| Vasily Lazarev,|
|USSR||The first flight of Soviet cosmonauts two years after the death of the Soyuz-11 crew.||1 d 23 h 16 m|
|USA||The third and last long-term crew of the American space station Skylab. For the first time, astronauts met the New Year in orbit. The record of flight duration = 2017 h 16 m.||84 d 1 h 16 m|
|50||December 18||Soyuz-13|| Pyotr Klimuk,
|USSR||For the first time in space Soviet cosmonauts on the Soyuz-13 and American astronauts on the Skylab.||7 d 20 h 55 m|
|USSR||Long-term expedition on the station Salyut-3.||15 d 17 h 30 m|
|52||August 26||Soyuz-15|| Gennady Sarafanov,|
|USSR||Unsuccessful attempt to dock with the station Salyut-3. Early crew return on Earth.||2 d 0 h 12 m|
|53||December 2||Soyuz-16|| Anatoly Filipchenko,|
|USSR||Test flight in preparation for the joint Soviet-American project Apollo-Soyuz.||5 d 22 h 24 m|
|54||January 10||Soyuz-17|| Alexey Gubarev,
|USSR||Long-term expedition on the station Salyut-4.||29 d 13 h 20 m|
|55||May 24||Soyuz-18|| Pyotr Klimuk,|
|USSR||Long-term expedition on the station Salyut-4.||62 d 23 h 20 m|
|April 5||«Soyuz-18-1»||Vasily Lazarev,
|Unsuccessful launch of the Soyuz-18-1 spacecraft. The emergency rescue system worked. Cosmonauts in the descent compartment on a parachute sank in the mountains of Altai.||21 m 27 c|
|56||July 15||Soyuz-19|| Alexey Leonov,|
|USSR||Joint Soviet-American project Apollo-Soyuz.||5 d 22 h 31 m|
|57||July 15||Apollo|| Thomas Stafford,|
|Joint Soviet-American project Apollo-Soyuz.||9 d 1 h 28 m|
|58||July 6||Soyuz-21|| Boris Volynov,|
|USSR||Long-term expedition on the station Salyut-5.||49 d 6 h 24 m|
|59||September 15||Soyuz-22|| Valery Bykovsky,|
|USSR||Shooting of the Earth by a multispectral camera made in the GDR.||7 d 21 h 54 m|
|60||October 14||Soyuz-23|| Vyacheslav Zudov,|
|USSR||Unsuccessful attempt to dock with the station Salyut-5. Early crew return on Earth.||2 d 0 h 6 m|
|61||February 7||Soyuz-24|| Victor Gorbatko,|
|USSR||The second long-term expedition on the station Salyut-5.||17d 17h 23m|
|62||October 9||Soyuz-25|| Vladimir Kovalyonok,|
|USSR||Unsuccessful attempt to dock with the station Salyut-6. Early crew return on Earth.||2 d 0 h 46 m|
|63||December 10||Soyuz-26|| Yuri Romanenko,|
|USSR|| The first long-term expedition on the station Salyut-6.
The crew returned on the Earth on the Soyuz-27. |
A new record of the duration of the crew's stay in space = 2314 h 0 m (96 d 10 h).
Record of cumulative time in space - Grechko for two flights = 3023 h 20 m (125 d 23 h 20 m).
|Ship - 37d 10 h 6 m|
|64||January 10||Soyuz-27|| Vladimir Dzhanibekov,|
|USSR||The first expedition on the station Salyut-6. The crew returned on the Earth in Soyuz-26.||Ship - 64 d 22 h 53 m - Crew - 5 d 22 h 59 m|
|65||March 2||Soyuz-28|| Alexey Gubarev,|
Vladimir Remek (Czechoslovakia)
|USSR||The second expedition on the station Salyut-6. Vladimir Remek - the first cosmonaut from Czechoslovakia.|| Ship - 7 d 22 h 17 m |
|66||June 15||Soyuz-29|| Vladimir Kovalyonok,|
|USSR|| The second long-term expedition on the Salyut-6 station.
The crew returned on the Earth in Soyuz-31. |
A new record of the duration of stay in space crew = 3350 h 48 m (139 d 14 h 48 m).
Record of cumulative time of stay in space - Kovalenok for two flights = 3399 h 19 m (141 d 15 h 33 m).
| Ship - 79 d 15 h 23 m |
Crew - 139 d 14 h 48 m
|67||June 27||Soyuz-30|| Pyotr Klimuk,|
Miroslav Hermaszewski (Poland)
|USSR||The third expedition on the station Salyut-6. Miroslav Germaszewski is the first cosmonaut from Poland.|| Ship - 7 d 22 h 4 m |
|68||August 26||Soyuz-31|| Valery Bykovsky ,
Sigmund Jaehn (GDR)
|USSR|| The fourth expedition on the station Salyut-6.
Sigmund Jaehn - the first cosmonaut from the GDR. |
The crew returned on Earth in Soyuz-29.
| Ship - 67 d 20 h 14 m |
Crew - 7 d 20 h 49 m
|69||February 25||Soyuz-32|| Vladimir Lyakhov,|
|USSR|| The third long-term expedition at the Salyut-6 station.
The crew returned on the Earth in Soyuz-34. |
A new record of the duration of stay in space crew = 4200 h 36 m (175 d 0 h 36 m).
Record of cumulative time in space - Ryumin for two flights = 4249 h 22 m (177 d 1 h 22 m).
| Ship - 108 d 4 h 24 m |
Crew - 175 d 0 h 36 m
|70||April 10||Soyuz-33|| Nikolai Rukavishnikov,|
Georgy Ivanov (Bulgaria)
|USSR||Unsuccessful attempt to dock with the station Salyut-6. Early crew return on Earth. Georgy Ivanov is the first cosmonaut from Bulgaria.||1 d 23 h 1 m|