Human Spaceflights

International Flight No. 225

Soyuz TM-33

Soyuz TM-32
Derbent

Russia

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Launch, orbit and landing data

Launch date:  21.10.2001
Launch time:  08:59 UTC
Launch site:  Baikonur
Launch pad:  1
Altitude:  191,3 - 226,5 km
Inclination:  51,66°
Docking ISS:  23.10.2001, 10:44:15 UTC
Undocking ISS:  05.05.2002, 00:31:08 UTC
Landing date:  31.10.2001
Landing time:  04:59 UTC
Landing site:  50° 02' N, 66° 59' E

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Crew

No.   Surname Given names Position Flight No. Duration Orbits
1  Afanasiyev  Viktor Mikhailovich  Commander 4 9d 19h 59m  155 
2  Haigneré  Claudie  Flight Engineer 2 9d 19h 59m  155 
3  Kozeyev  Konstantin Mirovich  Flight Engineer 1 9d 19h 59m  155 

Crew seating arrangement

Launch
1  Afanasiyev
2  Haigneré
3  Kozeyev
Landing
1  Gidzenko
2  Vittori
3  Shuttleworth

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Double Crew

No.   Surname Given names Position
1  Zalyotin  Sergei Viktorovich  Commander
2  Kuzhelnaya  Nadezhda Vasiliyevna  Flight Engineer

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Flight

Launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome; landing 26 km southeast of Arkalyk / Kazakhstan.

Soyuz TM-33 marked the second taxi crew to the ISS. Following a two day solo flight Soyuz TM-33 docked to the International Space Station on October 23, 2001. The crew performed common work with ISS Expedition 3.

The French "Andromède" mission had two main purposes: to exchange the Soyuz spacecraft Soyuz TM-32 (Soyuz TM-33 now served as a new lifeboat) and to carry out a scientific and technical research program organized by the French space agency CNES.

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