Soyuz TMA-1

Overview

Destination: Low Earth Orbit
Mission: Human Exploration

Low Earth Orbit 1/5 Baikonur Cosmodrome, Republic of Kazakhstan

Soyuz TMA-1 covers Expedition 5 and 6 by carrying 3 astronauts and cosmonauts to the International Space Station. Russian Commander, cosmonaut Sergei Zalyotin alongside Flight Engineers, Frank De Winne (ESA) & Yury Lonchakov (RSA) will launch aboard the Soyuz spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and then rendezvous with the station. The landing crew on TMA-1 are Commander Nikolai Budarin (RSA) and Flight Engineers Kenneth Bowersox (ESA), Donald Pettit (NASA). It landed on May 4, 2003, 02:04:25 UTC

Soyuz

Family: Soyuz-U
Configuration: FG

The Soyuz FG rocket is an expendable launch vehicle most commonly known for carrying humans to the International Space Station today.

Specifications
  • Stages
    2
  • Length
    49.5 m
  • Diameter
    3.0 m
  • Fairing Diameter
  • Launch Mass
    310000 T
  • Thrust
Family
  • Name
    Soyuz
  • Family
    Soyuz-U
  • Variant
    FG
  • Alias
  • Full Name
    Soyuz FG
Payload Capacity
  • Launch Cost
  • Low Earth Orbit
    6450 kg
  • Geostationary Transfer Orbit
  • Direct Geostationary
  • Sun-Synchronous Capacity
    4500 kg

Soyuz TMA-1


Active Human Rated Crew On-board: 3 Crew Capacity: 3
Destination: International Space Station
Serial Number: Soyuz TMA 11F732A17 #211

Soyuz TMA-1 was a Soyuz spacecraft which launched on 30 October 2002 03:11 UTC. It transported three participants on a 10 day stay to the International Space Station. The crew consisted of Sergei Zalyotin, Frank De Winne, and Yury Lonchakov.

Soyuz Details

Crew


Sergei Zalyotin

Commander - Russian - (RFSA)

Status: Retired

Date of Birth: April 21, 1962
Age: 59

Frank De Winne

Flight Engineer - Belgian - (ESA)

Status: Retired

Date of Birth: April 25, 1961
Age: 60

Yury Lonchakov

Flight Engineer - Russian - (RFSA)

Status: Retired

Date of Birth: March 4, 1965
Age: 56

Progress Rocket Space Center

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Dmitry Baranov Founded: 1996 Successes: 166 Failures: 7 Pending: 23

Agency Type: Commercial

Progress Rocket Space Centre, formerly known as TsSKB-Progress, is a space science and aerospace research company which is known for manufacturing launch vehicles and satellites. Most notably, Progress Rocket Space Centre is the manufacturer of Soyuz launch vehicles.

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