Human Spaceflights

International Flight No. 262

Soyuz TMA-14

Altair

Russia

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Launch, orbit and landing data

Launch date:  26.03.2009
Launch time:  11:49 UTC
Launch site:  Baikonur
Launch pad:  1
Altitude:  350 km
Inclination:  51,6°
Docking ISS:  28.03.2009, 13:05 UTC
Undocking ISS:  11.10.2009, 01:07 UTC
Landing date:  11.10.2009
Landing time:  04:31 UTC
Landing site:  51°01'26,1" N 67°12'07,74" E

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Crew

No.   Surname Given names Position Flight No. Duration Orbits
1  Padalka  Gennadi Ivanovich  Commander 3 198d 16h 42m  3130 
2  Barratt  Michael Reed  Flight Engineer 1 198d 16h 42m  3130 
3  Simonyi  Charles "Károly"  Spaceflight Participant 2 12d 19h 27m  201 

Crew seating arrangement

Launch
1  Padalka
2  Barratt
3  Simonyi
Landing
1  Padalka
2  Barratt
3  Laliberté

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Double Crew

No.   Surname Given names Position
1  Surayev  Maksim Viktorovich  Commander
2  Williams  Jeffrey Nels  Flight Engineer
3  Dyson  Esther  Spaceflight Participant

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Flight

Launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome; ISS Expedition 19. Landing 88 km NNE of Arkalyk.

Charles Simonyi became the first space tourist launching twice. Following a two day solo flight Soyuz TMA-14 docked to ISS on March 28, 2009. Gennadi Padalka and Michael Barratt replaced Expedition 18 crew members Michael Fincke and Yuri Lonchakov.

Note

Charles Simonyi landed on April 08, 2009 at 07:16 UTC with Soyuz TMA-13 spacecraft.

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Last update on June 20, 2010.