|Manned flight No.||323|
|Manned flight of the Russia No.||150|
|Manned flight Soyuz No.||142|
|Launch:||Apr 09, 2021 07:42:00|
|Landing of Novitskiy:||Oct 17, 2021 ??:??:??|
|Duration flight of Novitskiy:|
|Landing of Vande Hei and Dubrov in Soyuz MS-19:||Mar 28, 2022 ??:??:00|
|Duration flight of Vande Hei and Dubrov:|
Astronaut No. 551
Astronaut USA No. 338
Vande Hei: 2nd flight
Cumulative time: 168 d 5 h 14 m 56 s
(4037 h 14 m 56 s)
Oleg Novitskiy (Commander)
Cosmonaut No. 526
Cosmonaut Russia No. 112
Novitskiy: 3rd flight
Cumulative time: 340 d 10 h 4 m 55 s
(8170 h 4 m 55 s)
Cosmonaut No. 566
Cosmonaut Russia No. 123
Dubrov: 1st flight
Cumulative time: 0 d 0 h 0 m 0 s
(0 h 0 m 0 s)
142nd manned flight of the Soyuz. 62nd flight of the Soyuz spacecraft to the ISS. Oleg Novitskiy, Pyotr Dubrov and Mark Vande Hei joined Sergey Ryzhikov, Sergey Kud-Sverchkov and Kathleen Rubins in the 64th crew of the ISS.
Pyotr Dubrov and Oleg Novitskiy are preparing for the flight.
Pyotr Dubrov, Oleg Novitskiy and Mark Vande Hei
before the flight.
Prime crew and backup crew in Red Square: Anton Shkaplerov, Anne McClain,
Mark Vande Hei, Oleg Novitskiy, Pyotr Dubrov and Oleg Artemyev.
Soyuz MS-18 approaches the ISS.
Crew of Soyuz MS-18 an board the ISS.
The longest flight:
Jan 08, 1994 437 d 17 h 58 m 31 s (10505 h 58 m 31 s)
The most cumulative time in space (5 flights):
878 d 11 h 30 m 49 s (21083 h 30 m 49 s) Gennady Padalka