Human Spaceflights

International Flight No. 325

Soyuz MS-19

Astraeus

Russia

Russia
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Launch, orbit and landing data

Launch date:  05.10.2021
Launch time:  08:55:02.442 UTC
Launch site:  Baikonur
Launch pad:  31
Altitude:  400 km
Inclination:  51.67°
Docking ISS:  05.10.2021, 12:22:31 UTC
Undocking ISS:  30.03.2022, 07:21:03 UTC
Landing date:  30.03.2022
Landing time:  11:28:04 UTC
Landing site:  47°23'24.84''N, 69°35'16.50''E

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Crew Soyuz MS-19

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Crew

No.   Surname Given names Position Flight No. Duration Orbits
1  Shkaplerov  Anton Nikolayevich  Commander 4 176d 02h 33m 02s  2759 
2  Shipenko  Klim Alekseyevich  UKP 1 11d 19h 40m 40s  185 
3  Peresild  Yulia Sergeyevna  UKP 1 11d 19h 40m 40s  185 

Crew seating arrangement

Launch
1  Shkaplerov
2  Shipenko
3  Peresild
Soyuz MS spacecraft
Landing
1  Shkaplerov
2  Dubrov
3  Vande Hei

Backup Crew

No.   Surname Given names Position
1  Artemyev  Oleg Germanovich  Commander
2  Dudin  Aleksei Vladimirovich  UKP
3  Mordovina  Alina Vladimirovna  UKP
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Reserve

No.   Surname Given names Position
2  Petelin  Dmitri Aleksandrovich  Flight Engineer
3  Korsakov  Sergei Vladimirovich  Flight Engineer

Hardware

Launch vehicle:  Soyuz-2.1a (No. Kh15000-047)
Spacecraft:  Soyuz MS-19 (MS No. 749)

Flight

Launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome. Landing 148 km southeast of Dzheskasgan.

Following an only three-hours solo flight Soyuz MS-19 docked to ISS on October 05, 2021. Actress Yulia Peresild and producer Klim Shipenko, who are making their first flights into space, spend 12 days on the space station, filming segments for a movie titled "Challenge" under a commercial agreement between Roscosmos and Moscow-based media entities. They returned to Earth with Oleg Novitsky October 17, 2021 on the Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft, which is currently docked at the space station, for a parachute-assisted landing on the Kazakh steppe. Anton Shkaplerov remained aboard the station through March 2022, returning with Mark Vande Hei and Pyotr Dubrov on the Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft. The return of Mark Vande Hei and Pyotr Dubrov marked the end of a 355-day mission.

Note

Klim Shipenko and Yulia Peresild landed on October 17, 2021 at 04:35:42 UTC with Soyuz MS-18.

Graphics / Photos

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Soyuz MS Soyuz MS-19 rollout
Soyuz MS-19 erection Soyuz MS-19 erection
Soyuz MS-19 on the launch pad Soyuz MS-19 on the launch pad
Soyuz MS-19 launch Soyuz MS-19 launch
Soyuz MS-19 landing Soyuz MS-19 recovery
Soyuz MS-19 recovery  

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Last update on April 01, 2022.

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