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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2880 on: 06/01/2022 08:50 am »
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Date Time
(MSK)
Flight stages cargo ship "Progress MS-18"
01.06.2022 
11:01:30
Issuing a command to undock the Progress MS-18 cargo spacecraft from the ISS
01.06.2022
11:03:00
Physical separation of Progress MS-18 and ISS
01.06.2022
14:11:19
Turning on the propulsion system of the Progress MS-18 spacecraft to deorbit, momentum 123.0 m/s.
01.06.2022
14:15:21
Shutdown of the propulsion system
01.06.2022
14:43:11
Entry of the Progress MS-18 cargo spacecraft into the Earth's atmosphere
01.06.2022
14:45:41
The beginning of the destruction of the cargo ship "Progress MS-18"
01.06.2022
14:51:10
The fall of fireproof structural elements of the Progress MS-18 cargo ship in the Pacific Ocean
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2881 on: 06/01/2022 09:10 am »
Completed ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2022
January 7 - removing STP-H8 experiment package from the SpaceX Dragon CRS-24 trunk for installation on the Japanese Kibo Exposed Facility by SSRMS and JEMRMS
January 10 - removing the ASIM payload from the Starboard Deck and install it at the Nadir Columbus platform by SSRMS and SPDM Dexter
January 11 - removing the STP-H7 external payload from the SpX-24 Dragon trunk and installing it at the Columbus Starboard Deck X-Axis (SDX) worksite by SSRMS
January 12  18:24:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-18 engines (dt=395.4 s, dV= +0.73 m/s, dH= +1.2 km)
January 19  12:17:31-19:28:56 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-51) from MIM2 Poisk Module (cables connections between MLM-U Nauka and UM Prichal) [Shkaplerov, Dubrov]
January 23  15:40 - Dragon v2 (SpX-24) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
January 24  20:18 / 21:05 - Dragon v2 (SpX-24) deorbit (dt=439 s) and splashdown
January 26  12:00 - release of satellites FEES 2 and ELaNa 38: GASPACS from #NRCSD22
January 26  12:10 - release of satellite ELaNa 38: PATCOOL from #NRCSD22
January 26  13:30 - release of satellite ELaNa 38: DAILI from #NRCSD22
January 26  13:40 - release of satellites ELaNa 38: TARGIT from #NRCSD22
February 3  08:55 - release of satellites Light-1 from J-SSOD#20
February 3  10:30 - release of satellites GT-1 from J-SSOD#20
February 8  07:56:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-18 engines (dt=142.3 s, dV= +0.26 m/s, dH= +0.45 km)
February 15  04:25:39.528 - Progress MS-19 (80P) launch
February 17  07:03:20 - Progress MS-19 (80P) docking (to MIM2 Poisk)
February 19  17:40:07.300 - Cygnus "S.S. Piers Sellers" (NG-17) launch
February 21  09:44 / 12:02 - Cygnus "S.S. Piers Sellers" (NG-17) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
February 26  01:22:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-18 engines (dt= 541.4 s, dV= +0.8 m/s, dH= +1.3 km)
March 11  19:35:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-18 engines (dt= 320.07 s, dV= +0.52 m/s, dH= +0.85 km)
March 15  12:12-19:06 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-79) from Quest airlock (iROSA 3A power channel prep) [Barron, Chari]
March 18  15:55:18.451 / 19:12:06 - Soyuz MS-21 "S.P. Korolev" (67S) launch and docking (to UM Prichal) [Exp 67: Artemyev, Matveev, Korsakov]
March 23  12:32-19:26 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-80) from Quest airlock (Radiator Beam Valve Modules Jumper) [Chari, Maurer]
March 24  09:00 - release of satellite IHI-Sat from J-SSOD#21
March 24  12:10 - release of satellite Kitsune from J-SSOD#21
March 30  07:21:03 - Soyuz MS-19 (65S) undocking (from MIM1 Rassvet) [Exp 66: Shkaplerov, Dubrov, Vande Hei]
March 30  10:34:13  / 11:02:09 - Soyuz MS-19 (65S) deorbit (dt= 279 s, dV= -128 m/s) and dividing on compartments [Exp 66: Shkaplerov, Dubrov, Vande Hei]
March 30  11:05:09 / 11:13:42 / 11:28:04 - Soyuz MS-19 (65S) reentered the atmosphere, main chute deploy and landing [Exp 66: Shkaplerov, Dubrov, Vande Hei]
April 8  15:17:12 - Crew Dragon Endeavour [C206 Flight #3] launch [AX-1: López-Alegría, Connor, Pathy, Stibbe]
April 9  12:29 - Crew Dragon Endeavour [C206 Flight #3] docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [AX-1: López-Alegría, Connor, Pathy, Stibbe]
April 18  15:00-21:37 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-52) (ERA preparation) [Artemyev, Matveev]
April 23  13:25 - predetermined Debris Avoidance Maneuvre by Progress MS-18 engines (dt= 623 s, dV= +1.0 m/s, dH= +1.8 km)
April 25  01:10 - Crew Dragon Endeavour [C206 Flight #3] undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [AX-1: López-Alegría, Connor, Pathy, Stibbe]
April 25  16:16 - Crew Dragon Endeavour [C206 Flight #3]  deorbit (dt=540 s, dV= -60 m/s)  [AX-1: López-Alegría, Connor, Pathy, Stibbe]
April 25  17:06 - Crew Dragon Endeavour [C206 Flight #3] splashdown [AX-1: López-Alegría, Connor, Pathy, Stibbe]
April 27  07:52:55 - Crew Dragon Freedom [C212 Flight #1] (Crew-4/USCV-4) launch [Exp 67/68: Lindgren, Hines, Cristoforetti, Watkins]
April 27  23:37:49 - Crew Dragon Freedom [C212 Flight #1] (Crew-4/USCV-4) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [Exp 67/68: Lindgren, Hines, Cristoforetti, Watkins]
April 28  14:58:34-22:41 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-53) (ERA preparation) [Artemyev, Matveev]
May 5  05:20 - Crew Dragon Endurance [C210 Flight #1] (Crew-3/USCV-3) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) [Exp 66: Chari, Marshburn, Barron, Maurer]
May 6  03:48 / 03:53 - Crew Dragon Endurance [C210 Flight #1] (Crew-3/USCV-3) trunk jettison and deorbit (dt= 465 s, dV= - 55 m/s) [Exp 66: Chari, Marshburn, Barron, Maurer]
May 6  04:40 / 04:43 - Crew Dragon Endurance [C210 Flight #1] (Crew-3/USCV-3) main parachutes deploy and splashdown [Exp 66: Chari, Marshburn, Barron, Maurer]
May 14  18:05:00 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-18 engines (dt= 659 s, dV= +1,1 m/s, dH= +1,9 km, dm=194,74 kg)
May 19  22:54:47 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed launch
May 21  00:28 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F)
May 25  18:36:00 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F)
May 25  22:05:07 / 22:08 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed deorbit (dt= 58 s, dV= -127 m/s) and module separation
May 25  22:33:25 / 22:45 / 22:49 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed reentered the atmosphere, main chute deploy  and landing
June 1  08:02:51 - Progress MS-18 (79P) undocking (from Zvezda)
June 1  14:11:19 / 14:43:11 / 14:45:41 / 14:51:10 - Progress MS-18 (79P) deorbit (dt= 242 s, dV= -123.0 m/s), reentered the atmosphere, destruction beginning and flooding

June 3  09:32:20.515 - Progress MS-20 (81P) launch
June 3  13:02:00 - Progress MS-20 (81P) docking (to Zvezda)

June 16  19:03 - predetermined Debris Avoidance Maneuvre by Progress MS-20 engines (dt= 250 s, dV= +0.5 m/s, dH= +0.89 km)

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

2022
June    17  17:12:00   18 - ISS orbit's reboost by Cygnus "S.S. Piers Sellers" (NG-17) engines ( dV= +0.90 m/s)
NET June 20 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-54) (ERA testing) [Artemyev, Matveev]
NET June 20 - release of satellites YuZGU-55 №5 (Radioscaf RS-10), YuZGU-55 №6 (Radioscaf RS-11), YuZGU-55 №7 (Radioscaf RS-12), YuZGU-55 №8 (Radioscaf RS-13), YuZGU-55 №9 (Radioscaf RS-14), YuZGU-55 №10 (Radioscaf RS-15) during ISS Russian EVA
June 23  TBD / 10:50 - Cygnus "S.S. Piers Sellers" (NG-17) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Late June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-55) [transfer of the airlock from Rassvet to MLM-U Nauka by the ERA] [Artemyev, Matveev]
NET Early  Late June    5   - Crew Dragon Freedom [C212 Flight #1] (Crew-4/USCV-4) undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Exp 67/68: Lindgren, Hines, Cristoforetti, Watkins]
NET June - Cygnus "S.S. Piers Sellers" (NG-17) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET June - release of satellites Binar-2, Binar-3, Binar-4
NET June - release of satellites ELaNa 45: BeaverCube, CapSat-1, CLICK A, D3, JAGSAT
NET June - release of satellite IOD-3 AMBER (Canada) from Bishop
NET June - release of CSA's satellites from Bishop: Ex-Alta 2, ORCA2Sat, Manitoba SAT-1, CubeSat NB, Killick-1, AuroraSat, WU-NACCP, DUCS, NEUDOSE, ESSENCE, SpudNik-1, CHIRad-Sat, UdeSat, IDRSat, YukonSat
NET June - release of satellite TUMnanoSAT from J-SSOD
NET June - release of satellite STARS-Me2 from J-SSOD
  June     9   10  14:22  28  ~07:00  NET July 12  01:00-02:00 - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) launch [EMIT in trunk]
  June     10   12  10:03    29   NET July 12 - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
July 15 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-56) [transfer of the radiation heat exchanger from Rassvet to MLM-U Nauka  by the ERA] [Artemyev, Matveev]
July 17 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-57) [installation and connection airlock and radiation heat exchanger on MLM-U Nauka] [Artemyev, Matveev]
NET Early  Late July  August - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
NET Early  Late July  August - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) splashdown
August 10 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-58) [mounting a platform fastening large-sized objects on MLM-U Nauka] [Artemyev, Matveev]
August 12 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-59)  [Artemyev, Matveev]
NLT August 12 - release of satellites YuZGU-55 №11 (Radioscaf RS-16), YuZGU-55 №12 (Radioscaf RS-17), Tsiolkovsky-Ryazan 1 и Tsiolkovsky-Ryazan 2 during ISS Russian EVA
August 15 - Cygnus (NG-18) launch
August 17 - Cygnus (NG-18) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-81) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-82) from Quest airlock
NET August - release of satellite PearlAfricaSat-1
September 1 - Crew Dragon (Crew-5/USCV-5) launch [Exp 68/69: Mann, Cassada, Kikina, Wakata]
September 2 - Crew Dragon (Crew-5/USCV-5) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [Exp 68/69: Mann, Cassada, Kikina, Wakata]
Early September - Crew Dragon Freedom [C212 Flight #1] (Crew-4/USCV-4) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) and splashdown [Exp 67/68: Lindgren, Hines, Cristoforetti, Watkins]
September 21  13:54 / ~17:25 - Soyuz MS-22 (68S) launch and docking (to MIM1 Rassvet) [Exp 68: Prokopyev, Petelin, Rubio]
September 30 - Soyuz MS-21 "S.P. Korolev" (67S) undocking (from UM Prichal) and landing [Exp 67: Artemyev, Matveev, Korsakov]
NET September - Crew Dragon (Crew-5/USCV-5) undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Exp 68/69: Mann, Cassada, Kikina, Wakata]
NET H2 - HTV-X1 launch
NET H2 - HTV-X1 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET H2 - HTV-X1 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET H2 - HTV-X1 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
Q4 - release of satellites Binar-5, Binar-6, Binar-7
October 26  00:19 - Progress MS-21 (82P) launch
October 28 - Progress MS-21 (82P)  docking (to ISS)
October - Dragon v2 (SpX-26) launch [iROSA 3A, iROSA 4A in trunk]
October - Dragon v2 (SpX-26) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
NET October - Cygnus (NG-18) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET October - Cygnus (NG-18) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
November 23 - Progress MS-20 (81P) undocking (from Zvezda)
NET November 23 - Progress MS-20 (81P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
November - Dragon v2 (SpX-26) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
November - Dragon v2 (SpX-26) splashdown
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-83) from Quest airlock
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-84) from Quest airlock
Late - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) launch [Wilmore,    Fincke   Williams]
Late - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [Wilmore,    Fincke   Williams]
Late - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) and landing [Wilmore,    Fincke   Williams]
TBD - release of satellites Alpha, ARKSAT-1, BeaverCube, CaNOP, EagleSat-2, Stratus from Bishop
TBD - release of satellites Surya Satellite-1 (SS-1) (Indonesia), love satellite, Dream Sat 01, TUMnanoSAT from J-SSOD
TBD - release of satellite LORIS (Canada)
TBD - release of satellites Fly Your Satellite! 2: EIRSAT-1, UoS3
TBD - release of satellites MR-SAT (M-SAT 1, Nanosat 8A), MRS-SAT (M-SAT 1, Nanosat 8B) (USA) from SSIKLOPS
TBD - release of satellites Iskra-5, ТNS-0 №3, SamSat-QB50, SamSat-M, SamSat-1, FEFU university sat, SiriusSat-3, Parus-MGTU during ISS Russian EVA

2023
January 10 - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) launch [iROSA 1A, iROSA 3B in trunk]
January 11 - Dragon v2 (SpX-27)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
NET Early - Crew Dragon launch [AX-2: Whitson, Shoffner, Cruise, Liman] (or NLT Spring)
NET Early - Crew Dragon docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) [AX-2: Whitson, Shoffner, Cruise, Liman] (or NLT Spring 2023)
NET Early - Crew Dragon undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) and landing / splashdown [AX-2: Whitson, Shoffner, Cruise, Liman] (or NLT Spring 2023)
NET Early February - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
NET Early February - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) splashdown
NET February 20 - Progress MS-19 (80P) undocking (from MIM2 Poisk)
NET February 20 - Progress MS-19 (80P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
February - Progress MS-22 (83P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
February - Cygnus (NG-19) launch
February - Cygnus (NG-19) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
NET February - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-1) launch (or April)
NET February - Dream Chaser Cargo System  (SS-1) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS (or April)
NET March 20 - Soyuz MS-23 (69S) launch and docking (to UM Prichal) [Exp 69: Kononenko, Chub, Fediaev]
March 28 - Soyuz MS-22 (68S) undocking (from MIM1 Rassvet) and landing [Exp 68: Prokopyev, Petelin, Rubio]
March - Crew Dragon (Crew-5/USCV-5) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [Exp 68/69: Mann, Cassada, Kikina, Wakata]
March - Crew Dragon (Crew-6/USCV-6) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) [Exp 69/70: Bowen, Hoburg, Furukawa, cosmonaut]
NET March - Crew Dragon (Crew-5/USCV-5) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) and landing [Exp 68/69: Mann, Cassada, Kikina, Wakata]
NET March - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-1) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS (or May)
NET March - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-1) deorbit and landing on LLF (or May)
NET H1 - Crew Dragon launch [AX-3]
NET H1 - Crew Dragon docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [AX-3]
NET H1 - Crew Dragon undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) and splashdown [AX-3]
April - Crew Dragon (Crew-6/USCV-6) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [Exp 69/70: Bowen, Hoburg, astronaut  Furukawa, cosmonaut]
NET April - Cygnus (NG-19) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET April - Cygnus (NG-19) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET April - HTV-X2 launch
NET April - HTV-X2 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
June 5 - Dragon v2 (SpX-28) launch
June 6 - Dragon v2 (SpX-28)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
June 30 - Progress MS-21 (82P) undocking (from ISS)
NET June 30 - Progress MS-21 (82P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET June - HTV-X2 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET June - HTV-X2 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET Early July - Dragon v2 (SpX-28) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
NET Early July - Dragon v2 (SpX-28) splashdown
NET July - Progress MS-23 (84P) launch and docking (to ISS)
NET August - Progress MS-22 (83P) undocking (from Zvezda)
NET August - Progress MS-22 (83P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
Late September - Soyuz MS-24 (70S) launch and docking (to MIM1 Rassvet) [Exp 70:  Skvortsov   Ovchinin, Platonov or Borisov, Belarus cosmonaut]
September - CST-100 Starliner-1 (Crew-1/USCV-7) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) [astronaut NASA, astronaut NASA, cosmonaut, astronaut]
September - Crew Dragon (Crew-6/USCV-6) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) and landing [Exp 69/70: Bowen, Hoburg, Furukawa, cosmonaut]
September - CST-100 Starliner-1  (Crew-1/USCV-7) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [astronaut NASA, astronaut NASA, cosmonaut, astronaut]
H2 - Cygnus (NG-20) launch
H2 - Cygnus (NG-20) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
H2 - Cygnus (NG-20) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
H2 - Cygnus (NG-20) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET H2 - Crew Dragon launch [AX-4]
NET H2 - Crew Dragon docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) [AX-4]
NET H2 - Crew Dragon undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) and landing / splashdown [AX-4]
Early October - Soyuz MS-23 (69S) undocking (from UM Prichal) and landing [Exp 69: Kononenko, Chub or Fediaev, Belarus cosmonaut]
October 20 - Dragon v2 (SpX-29) launch
October 21 - Dragon v2 (SpX-29)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
NET Late November - Dragon v2 (SpX-29) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)
NET Late November - Dragon v2 (SpX-29) splashdown
Late - Soyuz MS-25 (71S) launch and docking (to UM Prichal) [TBD, TBD, TBD]
Late - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) [cosmonaut RF, space tourist]
Late - Soyuz MS-25 (71S) undocking (from UM Prichal) and landing [TBD, TBD, TBD]
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-2) launch (or 2024)
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-2) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS (or 2024)
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-2) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS (or 2024)
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-2) deorbit and landing on LLF (or 2024)

2024
NET January - Progress MS-23 (84P) undocking (from ISS)
NET January - Progress MS-23 (84P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
March - Crew Dragon (Crew-7/USCV-8) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) [astronaut, astronaut, astronaut, Hansen]
March - CST-100 Starliner-1 (Crew-1/USCV-7) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) and landing [astronaut NASA, astronaut NASA, cosmonaut, astronaut]
NET Mid-March - Soyuz MS-26 (72S) launch and docking (to UM Prichal) [Exp 71:  Ovchinin   Ryzhikov, Mikaev, Grebyonkin]
NET Late March - Soyuz MS-24 (70S) undocking (from MIM1 Rassvet) and landing [Exp 70:    Skvortsov   Ovchinin, Platonov or Borisov, Chub or Fediaev]
April - Cygnus (NG-21) launch
April - Cygnus (NG-21) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
NET April - Crew Dragon (Crew-7/USCV-8) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA-F) and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) [astronaut, astronaut, astronaut, Hansen]
NET June - Cygnus (NG-21) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET June - Cygnus (NG-21) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET Late September - Soyuz MS-27 (73S) launch and docking (to MIM1 Rassvet) [Exp 72:    Ryzhikov   Kud'-Sverchkov, Zubritsky, Gorbunov]
H2 - Cygnus (NG-22) launch
H2 - Cygnus (NG-22) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
H2 - Cygnus (NG-22) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
H2 - Cygnus (NG-22) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET Early October - Soyuz MS-26 (72S) undocking (from UM Prichal) and landing [Exp 71:  Ovchinin   Ryzhikov, Mikaev, Grebyonkin]
October - Crew Dragon (Crew-7/USCV-8) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z) and landing [astronaut, astronaut, astronaut, Hansen]
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-3) launch
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-3) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-3) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-3) deorbit and landing on LLF

2025
NET Late March - Soyuz MS-27 (73S) undocking (from MIM1 Rassvet) and landing [Exp 72:  Ryzhikov   Kud'-Sverchkov, Zubritsky, Gorbunov]

Acronyms:
ASIM         - Atmosphere-Space Interaction Monitor
AX-#         - Axiom space mission to  ISS
EMIT         - Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation
IDA-F        - International Docking Adaptor Forward on PMA 2
IDA-Z        - International Docking Adaptor Zenith on PMA 3
J-SSOD      - JEM Small Satellite Orbital Deployer
LLF           - Launch and Landing Facility on Merritt Island, Florida
MLM-U      - Multipurpose Laboratory Module - Upgrade
NEM         - Science and Power Module
NRCSD      - Nanoracks CubeSat Deployer
PCM         - Post-Certification Mission (Boeing)
PMA 2      - Pressurized Mating Adaptor 2
PMA 3      - Pressurized Mating Adaptor 3
SSIKLOPS  - Space Station Integrated Kinetic Launcher for Orbital Payload Systems
UM           - Node Module
USCV        - US Crew Vehicle

Changes on June 1st
Changes on June 2nd
Changes on June 3rd
Changes on June 5th
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2882 on: 06/01/2022 03:23 pm »
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ISS, June 1. /TASS/. The Progress MS-18 cargo spacecraft, which has thrice prevented the ISS’s collision with space debris, has separated from the Zvezda module. The deorbiting process is streamed on the website of Roscosmos corporation.

The Progress MS-18’s propulsion system will be turned on at 14:11 Moscow time for deorbiting. At 14:43 Moscow time, the spacecraft is expected to enter the dense layers of the atmosphere. At 14:51 Moscow time, fireproof elements will be dumped in the Pacific Ocean far away from busy shipping routes 2,700 kilometers from Wellington and 7,200 kilometers from Santiago.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2883 on: 06/03/2022 06:54 am »
https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/schedule.html#.V9B_0DXTt1o
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June 10, Friday
10 a.m. – Coverage of the launch of the SpaceX/CRS-25 Cargo Dragon mission to the International Space Station; launch is scheduled at 10:45 a.m. EDT (All Channels)

June 12, Sunday
5 a.m. – Coverage of the rendezvous and docking of the SpaceX/CRS-25 Cargo Dragon to the International Space Station; docking is scheduled at 6:20 a.m. EDT (All Channels)

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2884 on: 06/03/2022 02:24 pm »

Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2885 on: 06/04/2022 12:40 am »
Completed ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2022
NET    Early   June 5 - Crew Dragon Freedom [C212 Flight #1] (Crew-4/USCV-4) undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Exp 67/68: Lindgren, Hines, Cristoforetti, Watkins]
June    9   10  14:22 - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) launch [iROSA 3A, iROSA 4A  EMIT in trunk]
June    10   12  10:20 - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)

Changes on June 1st
Changes on June 2nd
Changes on June 3rd

Are there any references for Dragon Freedom performing a relocation maneuver? I'm somewhat doubtful NASA will leave the ISS with no Americans onboard, even for a short period.

Also, I believe it was confirmed that the iROSA's we're delayed until CRS-25.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2886 on: 06/04/2022 02:01 am »
Completed ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2022
NET    Early   June 5 - Crew Dragon Freedom [C212 Flight #1] (Crew-4/USCV-4) undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Exp 67/68: Lindgren, Hines, Cristoforetti, Watkins]
June    9   10  14:22 - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) launch [iROSA 3A, iROSA 4A  EMIT in trunk]
June    10   12  10:20 - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)

Changes on June 1st
Changes on June 2nd
Changes on June 3rd

Are there any references for Dragon Freedom performing a relocation maneuver? I'm somewhat doubtful NASA will leave the ISS with no Americans onboard, even for a short period.

Also, I believe it was confirmed that the iROSA's we're delayed until CRS-25.
They don't really have a choice. It is known that there is at least one payload (EMIT) in the trunk on CRS-25, and the Canadarm simply can't reach into the trunk of a Dragon docked at the Forward port. So CRS-25 has to dock at the Zenith port, which means Crew-4 has to relocate.

The only way to avoid having no Americans (or US partners) on the station during the relocation would be to have one of them sit out the relocation, which is almost certainly a non-starter for safety reasons: the astronaut could be potentially stranded if Dragon failed to re-dock. That's why all four of the Dragon crew have to board the ship during a relocation - because having to go home early is considered less of a negative than being stuck on-board without a lifeboat.

Now, that's not to say the procedures couldn't be changed/waived/re-evaluated in an exceptional circumstance; it's not like a failure to redock would be guaranteed death for the "stranded" crew member, merely a (slightly) heightened chance of such in the unlikely crisis scenarios the ISS always has to be prepared for. With two redundant docking ports available for US crew vehicles, and the ability to launch a new Crew Dragon on relatively short notice (probably within a month or so), the risk of "stranding" a crew member is arguably far less severe than it would've been 20 years ago when the lifeboat "rule" was written. (Even Cargo Dragon is considered a viable crew return option in contingency scenarios, and one of those will be ready to launch within a few days of the relocation.) So if there was ever a time to re-evaluate that rule, it could arguably be now.

But I would still be very surprised if NASA decided to risk it at this time - especially since the recent signals from Russia's space program have been calmer than before and have gone back to emphasizing their continued orderly participation through the station's planned end date.

Frankly, I think if Russia was planning to stab the ISS partners in the back for a propaganda stunt, the time to do it would've been when Mark Vande Hei landed on Soyuz MS-19 back in March, days after Dmitry Rogozin bombastically threatened to leave him behind - not during a brief port relocation while the station is in the hands of a Latvian-born Soyuz commander who went out of his way to emphasize "let's work in space together" in his radio hail when arriving at the station, and then "just happened to find" some "surplus" uniforms in Ukrainian "Bauman Technical University" colors for a photo op (his wry comment during the welcome ceremony about them being "surplus" speaks volumes about his real intentions; if it was really planned as a Bauman thing he would've just said so and nipped the headlines in the bud rather than waiting for the clumsy official denials most of the world never heard). ;)

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2887 on: 06/05/2022 06:55 am »
The post-docking happenings of the Nauka module and the anti-satellite weapon test creating thousands upon thousands upon thousands of potentially hazardous debris pieces are two quite recent incidents that seem to suggest a continued prudence in keeping a lifeboat available at all times.

But maybe that's a discussion for another thread.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2888 on: 06/05/2022 08:33 am »
https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/schedule.html#.V9B_0DXTt1o
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June 10, Friday
10 a.m. – Coverage of the launch of SpaceX's CRS-25 Cargo Dragon mission to the International Space Station; launch is scheduled at 10:45 a.m. EDT (All Channels)

June 12, Sunday
4:30 a.m. – Coverage of the rendezvous and docking of SpaceX's CRS-25 Cargo Dragon to the International Space Station; docking is scheduled at 6:03 a.m. EDT (All Channels)

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2889 on: 06/05/2022 09:15 am »
« Last Edit: 06/05/2022 09:18 am by Salo »

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2890 on: 06/06/2022 05:08 pm »
http://www.launchphotography.com/Launch_Viewing_Guide.html
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A Falcon 9 from pad 39A will launch the CRS-25 resupply mission to the ISS on June TBD at morning EDT.

Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2891 on: 06/07/2022 07:58 am »
Completed ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2022
NET    Early   June 5 - Crew Dragon Freedom [C212 Flight #1] (Crew-4/USCV-4) undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Exp 67/68: Lindgren, Hines, Cristoforetti, Watkins]
June    9   10  14:22 - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) launch [iROSA 3A, iROSA 4A  EMIT in trunk]
June    10   12  10:20 - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA-Z)

Changes on June 1st
Changes on June 2nd
Changes on June 3rd

Are there any references for Dragon Freedom performing a relocation maneuver? I'm somewhat doubtful NASA will leave the ISS with no Americans onboard, even for a short period.

Also, I believe it was confirmed that the iROSA's we're delayed until CRS-25.
They don't really have a choice. It is known that there is at least one payload (EMIT) in the trunk on CRS-25, and the Canadarm simply can't reach into the trunk of a Dragon docked at the Forward port. So CRS-25 has to dock at the Zenith port, which means Crew-4 has to relocate.

The only way to avoid having no Americans (or US partners) on the station during the relocation would be to have one of them sit out the relocation, which is almost certainly a non-starter for safety reasons: the astronaut could be potentially stranded if Dragon failed to re-dock. That's why all four of the Dragon crew have to board the ship during a relocation - because having to go home early is considered less of a negative than being stuck on-board without a lifeboat.

Now, that's not to say the procedures couldn't be changed/waived/re-evaluated in an exceptional circumstance; it's not like a failure to redock would be guaranteed death for the "stranded" crew member, merely a (slightly) heightened chance of such in the unlikely crisis scenarios the ISS always has to be prepared for. With two redundant docking ports available for US crew vehicles, and the ability to launch a new Crew Dragon on relatively short notice (probably within a month or so), the risk of "stranding" a crew member is arguably far less severe than it would've been 20 years ago when the lifeboat "rule" was written. (Even Cargo Dragon is considered a viable crew return option in contingency scenarios, and one of those will be ready to launch within a few days of the relocation.) So if there was ever a time to re-evaluate that rule, it could arguably be now.

But I would still be very surprised if NASA decided to risk it at this time - especially since the recent signals from Russia's space program have been calmer than before and have gone back to emphasizing their continued orderly participation through the station's planned end date.

Frankly, I think if Russia was planning to stab the ISS partners in the back for a propaganda stunt, the time to do it would've been when Mark Vande Hei landed on Soyuz MS-19 back in March, days after Dmitry Rogozin bombastically threatened to leave him behind - not during a brief port relocation while the station is in the hands of a Latvian-born Soyuz commander who went out of his way to emphasize "let's work in space together" in his radio hail when arriving at the station, and then "just happened to find" some "surplus" uniforms in Ukrainian "Bauman Technical University" colors for a photo op (his wry comment during the welcome ceremony about them being "surplus" speaks volumes about his real intentions; if it was really planned as a Bauman thing he would've just said so and nipped the headlines in the bud rather than waiting for the clumsy official denials most of the world never heard). ;)
ISS had earlier been non russian during relocations like those of soyuz ms 17 and 18 so whats the problem of being non american during relocation. i dont consider a iss to be devoid of a crew that is undergoing reocation at that time. if redocking fails then only i consider the iss to be devoid of that crew.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2892 on: 06/07/2022 03:26 pm »
http://www.launchphotography.com/Launch_Viewing_Guide.html
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A Falcon 9 from pad 39A will launch the CRS-25 resupply mission to the ISS on June 28 at the earliest, around 3am EDT.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2893 on: 06/11/2022 10:04 am »
NASA update (June 08, 2022):

COMMENT |       EVENT        |       TIG        | ORB |   DV    |   HA    |   HP    |
COMMENT |                    |       GMT        |     |   M/S   |   KM    |   KM    |
COMMENT |                    |                  |     |  (F/S)  |  (NM)   |  (NM)   |
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COMMENT  Cygnus Reboost        169:17:12:00.000             0.9     419.3     413.2
COMMENT                                                    (3.0)   (226.4)   (223.1)
COMMENT =============================================================================

June 18 @ 17:12 Cygnus Reboost
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2894 on: 06/13/2022 08:59 pm »
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June 23, Thursday
6:30 a.m. – Coverage of the release of the Northrop Grumman NG-17 Cygnus “Piers Sellers” from the International Space Station; release scheduled at 6:50 a.m. EDT (All Channels)

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2895 on: 06/13/2022 11:13 pm »
Cross-post:
https://twitter.com/nasaspaceflight/status/1536472684636381187

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CRS-25 Cargo Dragon to the ISS now NET July 11 after SpaceX was able to narrow down the source of the issue to a Draco thruster valve inlet joint.

NASA release:

NASA and SpaceX officials met today to discuss the initial findings from additional inspections and testing of the Dragon spacecraft after teams measured elevated vapor readings of mono-methyl hydrazine in an isolated region of the Dragon propulsion system. After offloading propellant from that region, SpaceX was able to narrow down the source of the issue to a Draco thruster valve inlet joint. Teams will now remove the specific hardware to replace it ahead of flight. NASA and SpaceX are now targeting no earlier than July 11 for launch of the CRS-25 cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2896 on: 06/16/2022 09:36 pm »
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At 19:03 UTS, #ProgressMS20 performed an unplanned engine burn to avoid a space debris created by #Kosmos1408. Here’s a video by Roscosmos: https://t.me/rogozin_do/3072

Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2897 on: 06/17/2022 05:27 am »
The scheduled reboost of the station on Saturday to test Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus NG-17 vehicle’s reboost capability for the first time will still be conducted, but with a slightly reduced engine firing duration to preserve the phasing for Russian Soyuz launch and landing operations in September.

On Saturday, June 18, the Cygnus spacecraft will perform its first limited reboost of the International Space Station. Cygnus’s gimbaled delta velocity engine will be used to adjust the space station’s orbit through a reboost of the altitude of the space station. This Cygnus mission is the first to feature this enhanced capability as a standard service for NASA, following a test of the maneuver which was performed in 2018 during Cygnus’s ninth resupply mission. Cygnus arrived to the orbital outpost in February and is slated to depart from space station later this month where it will burn up harmlessly in the Earth’s atmosphere.

https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2022/06/16/life-science-debris-avoidance-maneuver-takes-place-on-station/

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2898 on: 06/17/2022 07:37 am »
https://t.me/roscosmos_gk/5284
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Russian "Progress" again took the ISS away from "space debris"

At 22:03 Moscow time, the engines of the #ProgressMS20 cargo ship were turned on: they worked for 275 s, and the impulse value was 0.5 m/s. As a result, the average height of the station's orbit increased by 890 m.

📍 According to our MCC, a dangerous approach was predicted at 00:50 Moscow time at a distance of 285 meters.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #2899 on: 06/17/2022 07:55 am »
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CFT commander Barry “Butch” Wilmore, whom NASA assigned to the prime crew in October 2020, will join NASA astronaut Suni Williams, who will serve as pilot.

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