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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #760 on: 10/15/2018 07:20 pm »
Completed ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2018
January 1 - SDS pulling via SPDM Dextre arm from the Dragon (SpX-13) trunk and moving to the Columbus External Payload Adapter
January 10 - JEMRMS transfering NREP-3 from JEMAL slide table to the Exposed Facility Unit-4
January 12  22:47  - Dragon (SpX-13) unberthing (from Harmony nadir)
January 13  09:58 - Dragon (SpX-13)  releasing by SSRMS
January 13  14:43 / 15:37 - Dragon (SpX-13) deorbit and splashdown
January 17  20:15 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda module engines
January 23  11:49-19:13 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-47) from Quest airlock (SSRMS LEE-B R&R) [Vande Hei, Tingle]
January 30  15:25 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda module engines
February 2  15:34-23:46 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-44) from Pirs airlock [Misurkin, Shkaplerov]
February 13  08:13:33.233 - Progress MS-08 (69P) launch
February 15 10:38:42 - Progress MS-08 (69P) docking (to Zvezda)
February 16 12:00-17:57 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-48) from Quest airlock (SSRMS LEE-B R&R) [Vande Hei, Kanai]
February 27  23:08:36 - Soyuz MS-06 undocking (from Poisk) [Exp 53/54: Misurkin, Vande Hei, Acaba]
February 28  01:38:39 / 02:08:41 - Soyuz MS-06 (52S) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
February 28  02:31:20 - Soyuz MS-06 (52S) landing [Exp 53/54: Misurkin, Vande Hei, Acaba]
March 13  21:25:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-08 engines
March 21  17:44:23.396 - Soyuz MS-08 (54S) launch [Exp 55/56: Artemyev, Feustel, Arnold]
March 23  19:40:19 - Soyuz MS-08 (54S) [Exp 55/56: Artemyev, Feustel, Arnold] docking (to Poisk)
March 28  13:50:34 - Progress MS-07 (68P) undocking (from Pirs)
March 29  13:33-19:43 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-49) from Quest airlock  [Feustel, Arnold]
April 2  20:30:38 - Dragon (SpX-14) launch [ASIM, PFCS, MISSE-FF in trunk]
April 4  10:40 / 13:00 - Dragon (SpX-14) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
April 6 - extracting the PFCS and MISSE FF from the Dragon trunk via SPDM Dextre and SSRMS
April 8 - MISSE FF installing on ELC-2 via SPDM Dextre
April 11 - PFCS R&R  via SPDM Dextre
April 13  15:22-18:00 - ASIM extraction from Dragon trunk and installing on the Columbus EPF
April 18  10:50:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-08 engines
April 26  04:07:35 / 04:42 - Progress MS-07 (68P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
May 4 - Dragon (SpX-14) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
May 5  13:23:05 - Dragon (SpX-14) releasing by SSRMS
May 5  18:06 / 18:59 - Dragon (SpX-14) deorbit and splashdown
May 11  10:30 - release of satellites 1KUNS-PF (Kenya) and Irazu (Costa Rica) from J-SSOD#8
May 11  10:40 - release of satellite Ubakusat (Turkey) from J-SSOD#8
May 12   22:07:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-08 engines
May 16  11:39-18:10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-50) from Quest airlock [Feustel, Arnold]
May 21  08:44:09.7 - Cygnus (OA/NG-9) launch
May 24  09:26 / 12:13 - Cygnus (OA/NG-9) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
June 3  09:16:36 - Soyuz MS-07 (53S) undocking (from Rassvet) [Exp 54/55: Shkaplerov, Tingle, Kanai]
June 3  11:47:25 / 12:17:27 - Soyuz MS-07 (53S) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
June 3  12:39:15 - Soyuz MS-07 (53S) landing [Exp 54/55: Shkaplerov, Tingle, Kanai]
June 6  11:12:39.519 - Soyuz MS-09 (55S) launch [Exp 56/57: Prokopiev, Gerst, Auñón-Chancellor]
June 8  13:01:08 - Soyuz MS-09 (55S) [Exp 56/57: Prokopiev, Gerst, Auñón-Chancellor] docking (to Rassvet)
June 14  12:06-18:55 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-51) from Quest airlock for install new high-definition cameras on the front end Harmony module [Feustel, Arnold]
June 20  11:35:00 - release of satellites RemDeb (RemoveDebris), DebrisSat-1 and DebrisSat-2 from Kaber via SPDM Dextre / SSRMS
June 23  08:15:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-08 engines
June 29   09:42:42 - Dragon (SpX-15) launch [ECOSTRESS, LEE (Ground Spare) in trunk]
July 2  10:54 / 13:52 - Dragon (SpX-15) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
July 6 - ECOSTRESS extracting from Dragon trunk by SSRMS and installing on the outside of the Kibo
July 9  21:51:34.452 - Progress MS-09 (70P) launch
July 10  01:30:46 - Progress MS-09 (70P) docking (to Pirs)
July 10  20:24:50 - ISS orbit's reboost by Cygnus (OA/NG-9) engines
July 13  08:05:00 - release of satellites  HaloSat and RainCube (ELaNa XXIII)  from NRCSD#14
July 13  09:50:00 - release of satellite Radix from NRCSD#14
July 13  12:35:00 - release of satellites TEMPEST-D and CubeRTT (ELaNa XXIII) from NRCSD#14
July 13  14:20:00 - release of satellites RadSat-g, MemSat, EQUiSAT (ELaNa XXIII) and EnduroSat One from NRCSD#14
July 15  10:04 / 12:36 - Cygnus (OA/NG-9) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
July 26  16:10 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-08 engines
July 30  ~20:46 / 21:17 - Cygnus (OA/NG-9) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET August 3  14:37 / 16:38 - Dragon (SpX-15) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
August 3  21:23 / 22:17 - Dragon (SpX-15) splashdown
August 10  09:45 - release of satellites Bird PHL (MAYA 1), Bird BTN (Bhutan 1), Bird MYS (UiTMSAT 1) from J-SSOD#9
August 15/16  16:17-00:03 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-45) from Pirs airlock [Artemyev, Prokopiev]
August 15  16:43 - release of satellite Tanyusha SWSU №3 (Radioscaf RS-8)
August 15  16:45 - release of satellite Tanyusha Tanyusha SWSU №4 (Radioscaf RS-9)
August 15  16:51 - release of satellite Tanyusha SiriusSat-1
August 15  16:56 - release of satellite Tanyusha SiriusSat-2
August 23  02:16 - Progress MS-08 (69P) undocking (from Zvezda)
August 27 - JEMAL Slide Table was extended to the exterior of the ISS and the SSRMS and SPDM were used to remove DESIS from the Slide Table and install it on the MUSES external facility
August 28 - Slide Table was brought back into the JEM and the Payload Mounting Assembly (PMA) hardware removed from it
August 30  01:23:27 / 01:58 / 02:07 - Progress MS-08 deorbit, reentered the atmosphere and flooding
September 6  00:50 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda module engines
September 6 - removing the degraded JEM EF HDTV Camera Unit from the EFU Adapter
September 6 - installing replacement camera on the EFU Adapter
September 14 - JEMRMS transfering the EFU adapter with the new HDTV-EF2 from the JEMAL to EFU 5
September 14 - JEMRMS Small Fine Arm instalingl the EFU adapter on EFU 5
September 20  18:05 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda module engines
September 22  17:52:27 - HTV-7 Kounotori-7 launch
September 27  11:36 / 14:09 - HTV-7 Kounotori-7 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
October 4  07:57:33 - Soyuz MS-08 (54S) undocking (from Poisk) [Exp 55/56: Artemyev, Feustel, Arnold]
October 4  10:51:42 / 11:21:53 - Soyuz MS-08 (54S) deorbit  and reentered the atmosphere
October 4  11:44:45 - Soyuz MS-08 (54S) landing [Exp 55/56: Artemyev, Feustel, Arnold]
October 6  08:00 - release of  satellites RSP-00 (RymanSat project), SPATIUM 1, STARS-Me A Mother, STARS-Me B Doughter  from J-SSOD#10
October 11  08:40:15 - Soyuz MS-10 (56S) launch [Ovchinin, Hague] - Mission Failure

Current schedule of ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2018
November 14  (TBD)  - HTV-7 Kounotori-7 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
November 15  09:49 - Cygnus (NG-10) launch
Mid-  November    15-  18 - Progress MS-10 (71P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
November 18 - Cygnus (NG-10) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
NET Late November  (TBD)  - HTV-7 Kounotori-7 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
December 5-7 - Soyuz MS-11 (57S) launch and docking (to Poisk) [Exp 57/58: Kononenko, McClain, Saint-Jacques] (or November 28)
NET Mid-  December 10-11 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-46) from Pirs airlock [Kononenko, Prokopiev]
October 19  NET Late  Mid-December  12:05-18:35 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-52) from Quest airlock (installing new batteries in the ISS P4 Truss 2A Power Channel) [Gerst, Hague  Saint-Jacques]
October 25  NET Late  Mid-December  12:05-18:35 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-53) from Quest airlock (installing new batteries in the ISS P4 Truss 2A Power Channel) [Gerst, Hague  Saint-Jacques]
NET Mid-  December 20 - Soyuz MS-09 (55S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Exp 56/57: Prokopiev, Gerst, Auñón-Chancellor]
December 23 - Progress MS-09 (70P) undocking (from Pirs)
NET November 27 (TBD)  December  21:19 - Dragon SpX-16 launch [GEDI, RRM3 in trunk]
NET November 29 (TBD)  December - Dragon (SpX-16) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS

2019
January 15 - release of satellites ELaNa 21: CAPSat, CySat-1, HARP, KickSat-2, SPACE HAUC, TechEdSat-8, TJREVERB, UNITE, Virginia CubeSat Constellation
Late January - Progress MS-09 (70P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET December 26, 2018 (TBD)  January - Dragon (SpX-16) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET December 26, 2018 (TBD)  January - Dragon (SpX-16) splashdown
NET January - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM1) un-crewed launch and docking (to Harmony PMA-2/IDA2)
NET January - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM1) un-crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-2/IDA2) and splashdown
February 4 - Progress MS-10 (71P) undocking (from Zvezda)
February 8  ~09:00 / ~12:40 - Progress MS-11 (72P) launch and docking (to Pirs)
Late  February 12 - Cygnus (NG-10) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET February 17 - Dragon SpX-17 launch [OCO-3, STP-H6 in trunk]
NET February 19 - Dragon (SpX-17) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET Late February - Cygnus (NG-10) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET Early March - Dragon (SpX-17) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Early March - Dragon (SpX-17) splashdown
March 28 - Progress MS-10 (71P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET March  - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT) un-crewed launch and docking (to Harmony PMA-2/IDA2)
NET March - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT) un-crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-2/IDA2) and landing
April 5 10:35 / ~16:30 - Soyuz MS-12 (58S) launch and docking (to Rassvet) [Exp 58/59: Skripochka, Hammock Koch, Hague]
April 17 - Cygnus (NG-11) launch
April 20 - Cygnus (NG-11) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
NET May 7 - Dragon (SpX-18) launch [IDA-3 in trunk]
NET May 9 - Dragon (SpX-18) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET Late May - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) from Quest airlock (IDA-3 Install & Outfitting)
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-47) from Pirs airlock [Kononenko, Skripochka]
June 5 - Progress MS-12 (73P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
Early June - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) from Quest airlock
Early June - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) from Quest airlock
NET Early  June - Dragon (SpX-18) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Early  June - Dragon (SpX-18) splashdown
Mid-June - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) from Quest airlock
Mid-June - Cygnus (NG-11) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
Mid-June - Cygnus (NG-11) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET June 21 - Soyuz MS-11 (57S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Kononenko, McClain, Saint-Jacques]
June - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM2) crewed launch and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Hurley, Behnken]
June - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM2) crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) and splashdown [Hurley, Behnken]
NET June  July 6 - Soyuz MS-13 (59S) launch and docking (to Poisk) [Exp 59/60: Skvortsov, Parmitano, Morgan]
Mid-July - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 launch
Mid-July - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
Early-August - Progress MS-11 (72P) undocking (from Pirs)
Mid-August - Progress MS-12 (73P) undocking (from Zvezda) and docking (to Pirs)
August - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed launch and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Ferguson, Boe, Mann]
August - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) and landing [Ferguson, Boe, Mann]
August - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-48) from Pirs airlock [Skvortsov, Skripochka]
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
NET August - Dragon v2 USCV-1 (US Crew Vehicle-1) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) [Glover, Hopkins]
September 4 - Soyuz MS-14 (60S) unmanned launch and docking (to Zvezda)
Mid-September - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (NanoRacks A/L Prep) from Quest airlock
Mid-September - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Late September - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET Late September - Soyuz MS-12 (58S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Exp 58/59: Skripochka, Hammock Koch, Hague]
October 5 (TBD) - Soyuz MS-14 (60S) unmanned undocking (from Zvezda)  and landing
Early October - Cygnus (NG-12) launch
Early October - Cygnus (NG-12) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
October 8 - Soyuz MS-15 (61S) launch and docking (to Rassvet) [Exp 60/61: Tikhonov, Babkin, Cassidy]
NET Mid-October - Dragon (SpX-19) launch [Bishop (NanoRacks Airlock Module), Bartolomeo (CEPHFISS) in trunk]
NET Mid-October - Dragon (SpX-19) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
Mid-November - Pirs and Progress MS-12 (73P) undocking (from Zvezda nadir)
Mid-November - Pirs and Progress MS-12 (73P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET Mid-November - Dragon (SpX-19) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Mid-November - Dragon (SpX-19) splashdown
November 17 - MLM Nauka docking (to Zvezda nadir) (or 2020)
Late November - Cygnus (NG-12) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
Late November - Cygnus (NG-12) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
December 4 - Progress MS-13 (74P) launch and docking (to ISS)
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-49) (MLM Nauka and ERA) from Pirs airlock
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-50) (MLM Nauka and ERA) from Pirs airlock
Late - release of love satellite (Japan) from J-SSOD
TBD - release of satellites MIR-SAT 1 and Surya Satellite-1 (SS-1) (Indonesia) from J-SSOD
TBD - release of satellites Radioscaf RS-10 (Tanyusha SWSU №5), Radioscaf RS-11 (Tanyusha SWSU №6), Iskra-5, ТNS-0 №3, SamSat-QB50, SamSat

2020
NET Early January - Dragon (SpX-20) launch [HISUI, Bartolomeo (CEPHFISS) in trunk]
NET Early January - Dragon (SpX-20) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET January 26 - Soyuz MS-13 (59S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Exp 59/60: Skvortsov, Parmitano,Morgan]
January (TBD) - Progress MS-14 (75P) launch and docking (to MLM Nauka)
NET Early February - Dragon (SpX-20) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Early February - Dragon (SpX-20) splashdown
Mid-February - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 launch
Mid-February - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET February - CST-100 Starliner USCV-2 launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) [Cassada, Williams]
NET February - Dragon v2 USCV-1 (US Crew Vehicle-1) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown [Glover, Hopkins]
Mid-April - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
Mid-April - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
Mid-April - Progress MS-13 (74P) undocking (from Zvezda)
Mid-April - Progress MS-13 (74P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
April (TBD) - Progress MS-15 (76P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
Early April - Soyuz MS-15 (61S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Exp 60/61: Tikhonov, Babkin, Cassidy]
April 15 - Soyuz MS-16 (62S) launch and docking (to Rassvet) [Ryzhikov, Marshburn, Noguchi]
Early May (TBD) - Progress MS-14 (75P) undocking (from MLM Nauka)
May (TBD) - Progress MS-14 (75P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
May (TBD) - Progress MS-UM launch
May (TBD) - Progress MS-UM docking (to MLM Nauka)
May (TBD) - PAO Progress MS-UM undocking, deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-51)
NET May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-52) (MLM Nauka and ERA)
NET May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-53) (MLM Nauka radiator)
NET May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-54)
May-June - start the experiment ExHAM No. 2 No. 5 Fifth Experiment Candidate Theme
June (TBD) - Progress MS-16 (77P) launch and docking (to UM Prichal  ISS)
NET August - Dragon v2 USCV-3 (US Crew Vehicle-3) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2)
NET August - CST-100 Starliner USCV-2 undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) and landing [Cassada, Williams]
September - Soyuz MS-16 (62S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Ryzhikov, Marshburn, Noguchi]
September (TBD) - Progress MS-15 (76P) undocking (from Zvezda)
September (TBD) - Progress MS-17 (78P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
September (TBD) - Progress MS-15 (76P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
November 8 - MLM Nauka launch
October 21 - Soyuz MS-17 (63S) launch and docking (to Poisk) [Ivanishin, Vagner, Bowen]
December (TBD) - Progress MS-16 (77P) undocking (from UM Prichal  ISS)
December (TBD) - Progress MS-18 (79P) launch and docking (to UM Prichal  ISS)
December (TBD) - Progress MS-16 (77P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
TBD - release of CSA's satellites from NRCSD: Ex-Alta 2, ORCA2Sat, Manitoba SAT-1, CubeSat NB, Killick-1, AuroraSat, WU-NACCP, DUCS, NEUDOSE, ESSENCE, SpudNik-1, CHIRad-Sat, UdeSat, IDRSat, YukonSat

2021
NET February - CST-100 Starliner USCV-4 launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET February - Dragon v2 USCV-3 (US Crew Vehicle-3) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown
March - Soyuz MS-17 (63S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Ivanishin, Vagner, Bowen]
March - Soyuz MS-18 (64S) launch and docking (to Rassvet)
Q1 - Progress MS-17 (78P) undocking (from Zvezda)
Q1 - Progress MS-19 (80P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
Q1 - Progress MS-17 (78P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
June (TBD) - Progress MS-18 (79P) undocking (from UM Prichal  ISS)
June (TBD) - Progress MS-20 (81P) launch and docking (to UM Prichal  ISS)
June (TBD) - Progress MS-18 (79P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET August - Dragon v2 USCV-5 (US Crew Vehicle-3) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2)
NET August - CST-100 Starliner USCV-4 undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) and landing
September - Soyuz MS-18 (64S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing
September - Soyuz MS-19 (65S) launch and docking (to Poisk)
TBD - release of CSA's satellites from NRCSD

Changes on October 15th
Changes on October 16th
Changes on October 18th
Changes on October 22nd
Changes on October 23rd
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #761 on: 10/15/2018 09:39 pm »
https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/schedule.html#.V9B_0DXTt1o
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OCTOBER
October 16, Tuesday
11 a.m. – Live Interviews with NASA astronaut Nick Hague (All Channels)

October 18, Thursday
12 p.m. - NASA astronaut Serena Aunon-Chancellor hosts an International Space Station Educational Event with the High Plains Library District in Greeley, Colorado (All Channels))
October 24, Wednesday
9 a.m. – NASA Space Station astronaut Serena Aunon-Chancellor participates in the NOAA OCEANS Conference in Washington, D.C. (All Channels)
1 p.m. – ICON, the Ionospheric Connection Explorer, Mission Pre-Launch and Science Briefing (All Channels)

October 26, Friday
3:45 a.m. – ICON, the Ionospheric Connection Explorer, Mission Launch; launch window 4 – 5:30 a.m. (All Channels)

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #762 on: 10/18/2018 10:36 am »
https://ria.ru/science/20181018/1530928140.html
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The crew of the International Space Station (ISS) after the accident of the Soyuz-FG rocket will return to a normal number of five to six people no earlier than the summer of 2019, a source in the rocket and space industry told RIA Novosti.
“Only after docking to the ISS of the Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft, whose launch was scheduled to continue on July 23, will the crew number again reach six people, or five, if for some reason in the crew of the Soyuz MS-12 in the spring of the future two, rather than three crew members, will fly, "said the source.
According to him, two instead of three astronauts can go to the Soyuz MS-12, if an agreement is reached to hold a tourist flight of an astronaut from the United Arab Emirates in the autumn of 2019. For his return six months before the flight to the ISS, a ship with an empty third place should go to return later to Earth. Due to the fact that the leadership of Roskosmos is entrusted with working out the opportunity to send the crew of Alexei Ovchinin and Nika Haig in the spring of 2019, it is they who can become the crew who will travel together again, the source explained.
Accordingly, the flights of the following crews will shift in time, the source explained.
Until the end of the year, the crew of the Russian cosmonaut Sergei Prokopyev, European astronaut Alexander Gerst and American astronaut Serina Aunen-Chensellor will work on the ISS. Before the New Year, they should return to Earth, as 200 days of operation of their Soyuz MS-09 ship will expire. They will be replaced in early December by Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, Canadian cosmonaut David San-Jacques and American astronaut Anne Charlotte McClain. They will operate on the ISS until April-May.
The old plans for April 5, 2019 were to launch the Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft with the next crew — either, as planned, by Russian cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka and the American astronaut Christina Koch, or by the new crew, Ovchinin and Hague. “The probability is high that the launch of this ship is also shifted in order to ensure an optimal crew change to the ISS,” the source said.
“But after the Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft docked to the ISS, the previous crew will return to Earth and the crew will remain of three people until the arrival of the Soyuz MS-13,” he explained.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #763 on: 10/18/2018 11:21 am »
early Nov. 2018: US EVA-52
3 Dec. 2018 Soyuz MS-11 launch
In November are only 3 persons onboard: Gerst, Prokopyev and Aunon. Who will perform this EVA?

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #764 on: 10/18/2018 05:27 pm »
early Nov. 2018: US EVA-52
3 Dec. 2018 Soyuz MS-11 launch
In November are only 3 persons onboard: Gerst, Prokopyev and Aunon. Who will perform this EVA?

I’m not sure if David Saint-Jacques would be prompted to accompany Gerst.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #765 on: 10/18/2018 05:46 pm »
McClain?

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #766 on: 10/18/2018 06:17 pm »
McClain?

Is Anne McClain trained for EVAs?
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #768 on: 10/18/2018 09:59 pm »
early Nov. 2018: US EVA-52
3 Dec. 2018 Soyuz MS-11 launch
Is there a quotable source for the above?  Thank you.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #769 on: 10/19/2018 08:37 am »
See the ISS schedule above.

Today MS-11 launch stands on 3 Dec. 2018 and MS-09 landing on 20 Dec 2018.
The US EVA-52 was changed to "late 2018".
Following MS-09 departure there will be only Kononenko, Saint-Jacques and McClain onboard ISS.
So again: Who will perform US EVA-52? Saint-Jacques and McClain are rookies with no EVA experience.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #770 on: 10/19/2018 10:18 am »
Is Anne McClain trained for EVAs?

I'd always assumed that all expedition crew members would have at least some EVA training, to allow for contingencies. Is this not the case?

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #771 on: 10/19/2018 07:28 pm »
See the ISS schedule above.

Today MS-11 launch stands on 3 Dec. 2018 and MS-09 landing on 20 Dec 2018.
The US EVA-52 was changed to "late 2018".
Following MS-09 departure there will be only Kononenko, Saint-Jacques and McClain onboard ISS.
So again: Who will perform US EVA-52? Saint-Jacques and McClain are rookies with no EVA experience.
I saw fellow Canadian David Saint-Jacques penciled in for the EVA in question. All Astronauts "have no EVA experience" at one time or another, some never do. 

On May 13, 2009 St. Jacques was selected as a CSA Astronaut Candidate for training alongside the NASA Group 20, The Groupies, along with the CSA's other pick, Jeremy Hansen.  He went from being a  "Candidate Astronaut"  to a full "Active Partner Astronaut" November 4, 2011. (Jeremy Hansen also attained the heralded position of "Active Partner Astronaut.")
He was selected as a member of Expedition 58/59 back in May 2016 some 2 year 7 months ago.  The MS-10 failure occurred on October 11, 2018 giving mission planners 2 full months to implement any contingency training the crew may require.

This video shows evidence of his suit training in both Russian Sokol and the USA Extravehicular Mobility Unit(EMU).




During a 15 month deployment to Iraq in support of " Operation Iraqi Freedom" she flew 1600 hours and 216 combat missions.  McLain was part of the 2013 NASA Group of Astronaut Candidates, which was nicknamed by the previous class(the previous  2009 class nicknamed the Chumps) nicknamed the "Eight Balls" aka 8-balls, simply because there were only 8 souls vying to become "Active Astronauts." Commander McLain was selected for said NASA Candidate Group in June 2013, the very same month she had graduated as a "Test Pilot".  She became an "Active Astronaut" in July 2015, or some 1256 days ago(almost 3-1/2 years) before her scheduled Expedition 58 long duration mission

Needless to say, but I'd think that both of them are ahead of the curve in regards to being "quick reads" I.O.W.=In Other Words, St Jacques and McClain, and every other Astronaut would be quick learners.

Rosbif73  I believe that it's not so much for all crew members attempting to travel to the ISS, be trained for EVA, so much as it is for the Cosmo/Astro-nauts to be certified for both the Russian Sokol suits, as everyone riding in a Soyuz capsule must be checked out in the Soyuz capsule's suits which are Sokol Launch & Entry suits.  For Extravehicular Activity (EVA) the Russian
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #772 on: 10/20/2018 07:04 pm »
early Nov. 2018: US EVA-52
3 Dec. 2018 Soyuz MS-11 launch
Is there a quotable source for the above?  Thank you.
Information from insider.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #773 on: 10/21/2018 05:41 pm »

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #774 on: 10/22/2018 09:58 am »
November 18 – Progress MS-10
https://tass.ru/kosmos/5702654

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #775 on: 10/22/2018 01:15 pm »
Russian EVA planned on December 10 or 11.
https://ria.ru/science/20181022/1531196603.html

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #776 on: 10/23/2018 12:10 am »
From r/spacex:
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It is related to a payload called "Bartholomeo". It's a kind balcony of Columbus module. I have to correct my initial post a bit. From what I heard in the evening during my working day ESA discusses whether it is possible to switch from Spx20 to Spx19 and this would lead to problems from what I understand. (If I got it correct). I im not directly involved in Bartholomeo I will develop a payload which will be integrated into it a bit later.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #777 on: 10/23/2018 07:39 pm »
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Falcon 9 from pad 40 will launch the next Dragon resupply mission to the ISS, CRS-16, on December
at the earliest.
http://www.launchphotography.com/Delta_4_Atlas_5_Falcon_9_Launch_Viewing.html

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #778 on: 10/23/2018 07:59 pm »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2018/10/23/station-preps-for-japan-us-ship-operations-next-month/
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The packed HTV-7 is due to be removed from the Harmony module with the Canadarm2 and released back into Earth orbit in November. Its release will cap a 47 day stay at the station but the vehicle has one more mission before its fiery destruction over the Pacific Ocean. The HTV-7 will release a small reentry capsule for recovery in the Pacific Ocean by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The recovery mission is a test of the Japanese space agency’s ability to retrieve experiment samples safely and quickly from the station.

An American cargo ship is due to replenish the Expedition 57 crew a few days after the HTV-7 leaves. Northrup Grumman’s Cygnus space freighter will take a three-day trip in space before it is captured with the Canadarm2 and berthed to the Unity module. Cygnus will stay attached to the station for 86 days of cargo operations.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #779 on: 10/26/2018 02:42 pm »
https://ria.ru/space/20181026/1531554205.html
Launch of Progress MS-10 now on November, 16 18.14 UTC.

Maybe docking on November, 18?

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