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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1780 on: 07/22/2020 03:33 pm »
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1781 on: 07/22/2020 03:53 pm »
Completed ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2020
January 3 - Space Debris Sensor demount and transfer to Cygnus (NG-12) by SSRMS
January 5 - SOLAR instrument demount and transfer to Cygnus (NG-12) by SSRMS and SPDM
January 7  06:20 /10:05 - Dragon (SpX-19) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
January 7  14:51 / 15:42 - Dragon (SpX-19) splashdown
January 15  11:35-19:04 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-62) (P6 Channel 4B battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock [Meir, Koch]
January 20  11:35-18:33 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-63) (P6 Channel 4B battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock [Meir, Koch]
January 23  14:15 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-13 engines (dT=563s / dV=0.56 m/s)
January 23  17:23 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-13 engines (dT=282s / dV=0.28 m/s)
January 25  12:04-18:20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-64) from Quest airlock (AMS-02 TTCS repair) [Morgan, Parmitano]
January 29  04:20 - release of satellite STPSat-4 from SSIKLOPS
January 31  11:15 / 14:36 - Cygnus (NG-12) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
February 6  05:50:28 - Soyuz MS-13 (59S) undocking (from Poisk) [Exp 60/61: Skvortsov, Parmitano, Koch]
February 6  08:18:21 / 08:49:43 / 09:12:21 - Soyuz MS-13 (59S) deorbit, reentered the atmosphere and landing [Exp 60/61: Skvortsov, Parmitano, Koch]
February 15  20:21:04.9 - Cygnus (NG-13) launch
February 18  09:05 / 11:16 - Cygnus (NG-13) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
February 19  07:10:01 - release of satellite ELaNa 25A: RadSat-u from NRCSD#17
February 19  09:35:00 - release of satellite ELaNa 25A: Phoenix from NRCSD#17
February 19  11:20:00 - release of satellite QARMAN from NRCSD#17
February 19  12:55:01 - release of satellites ELaNa 25B: CryoCube and AztechSat-1 from NRCSD#17
February 19  14:30:00 - release of satellite ELaNa 25A: SOCRATES from NRCSD#17
February 19  16:00:00 - release of satellites ELaNa 25A: HARP and Argus-02 (MVP-Argus, MVP A, SLU 05) from NRCSD#17
February 19  17:40 - release of satellite ELaNa 25B: SORTIE from NRCSD#17
February 20 - ICS-EF reposition (EFU-7 to EFU-13) by JEMRMS
March 7  04:50:31 - Dragon (SpX-20) launch [Bartolomeo (CEPHFISS) in trunk]
March 9  10:25 / 12:18 - Dragon (SpX-20) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
March 12 - MISSE operations by SSRMS, SPDM and RMCT
March 17  ~23:00 - Cygnus (NG-12) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
March 19  17:14 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-13 engines (dT=534s / dV=0.6 m/s)
March 25 - crew removed the 5 returning MSCs (MISSE-13) from the JEM Airlock and packed them
March 25 - Bartolomeo platform extracted from the CRS-20 Dragon Trunk by SSRMS
March 25 - Bartolomeo platform transferred and currently parked below the Destiny module by SSRMS
April 2  12:41 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-13 engines (dT=427.5s / dV=0.48 m/s)
April 2 - Bartolomeo (CEPHFISS) installation on the Columbus module by SSRMS
April 7  10:33 / 13:06 - Dragon (SpX-20) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
April 7  17:58 / 18:50 - Dragon (SpX-20) deorbit and splashdown
April 9  08:05:06.463 / 14:13:18 - Soyuz MS-16 (62S) launch and docking (to Poisk) [Exp 62/63: Ivanishin, Vagner, Cassidy]
April 17  01:53:30 - Soyuz MS-15 (61S) undocking (from Zvezda)  [Exp 61/62: Skripochka, Meir, Morgan]
April 17  04:22:32 - Soyuz MS-15 (61S) deorbit (dT=281s / dV=128 m/s)
April 17  04:53:39 / 05:16 - Soyuz MS-15 (61S) reentered the atmosphere and landing [Exp 61/62: Skripochka, Meir, Morgan]
April 19  05:09 - ISS orbit's reboost by Zvezda engines (dT=58.5s / dV=0.97  m/s)
April 25  01:51:41.291 / 05:11:56 - Progress MS-14 (75P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
April 28  15:20 - release of satellites Quetzal-1, G-Satellite from J-SSOD#13
May 7 - SPDM demated the HDEV experiment from Columbus and transferred the payload to Cygnus for disposal
May 11  ~13:00 / 16:09 - Cygnus (NG-13) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
May 20  17:31:00 - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 launch
May 25  12:13 / 14:46 - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
May 29  ~20:15 - Cygnus (NG-13) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
May 30  19:22:45 - Crew Dragon “Endeavour” (SpX-DM2) launch [Hurley, Behnken]
May 31  14:16 - Crew Dragon “Endeavour” (SpX-DM2) docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Hurley, Behnken]
June 5 ・SOLISS Removal
June 10 - iSIM installing on the Kibo's EFU-Adapter
June 17  17:50:00 - release of satellites Red-Eye #2 from Kaber by SSRMS
June 23  19:10:00 - release of satellites Red-Eye #3 from Kaber by SSRMS
June 26  11:32-17:39 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-65) (S6 Channel 1B battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Behnken]
July 1  11:13-17:14 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-66) (S6 Channel 1B battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Behnken]
July 3  15:53 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-14 (75P) engines (dT=100s / dV=0.5 m/s)
July 8  18:22:30 - Progress MS-13 (74P) undocking (from Pirs)
July 8  21:31:42 - Progress MS-13 (74P) deorbit (dT=240s)
July 8  22:05 / 22:13 - Progress MS-13 (74P) reentered the atmosphere and flooding
July 10 - RPCM 32B_A robotically replacement and powered up succesfully
July 11  19:15 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-14 (75P) engines (dT=262s / 0.51 m/s)
July 13  13:40:25 - release of satellite DeMi from NRCSD#18
July 13  16:55:25 - release of satellite TechEdSat 10 from NRCSD#18
July 16  11:10-17:10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-67) (S6 Channel 3B battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock [Behnken, Cassidy]
July 21  11:12-16:41 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-68) from Quest airlock (RiTS Installation, NanoRacks A/L Prep, route ethernet cables, and remove a lens filter cover from an external camera) [Behnken, Cassidy]
July 23  14:26:21.374 / 17:44:52 - Progress MS-15 (76P) launch and docking (to Pirs)
July 29  13:57 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-14 (75P) engines (dT=336s / 0.65m/s)
August 1  23:35 - Crew Dragon “Endeavour” (SpX-DM2) undocking (from Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2)  [Hurley, Behnken]
August 2  17:56 / 18:36 - Crew Dragon “Endeavour” (SpX-DM2) deorbit (dT=720s) and reentered the atmosphere [Hurley, Behnken]
August 2  18:44 / 18:45 / 18:47:48+1  - Crew Dragon “Endeavour” (SpX-DM2) drogue, main parachutes deployat and splashdown [Hurley, Behnken]


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

2020
August - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
August - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET    July   August - RRM3
NET    Mid-   Late  September 27  - Dragon v2 Crew-1 (USCV-1) launch [Exp 64/65: Hopkins, Glover, Walker, Noguchi]
NET    Mid-   Late  September 28 - Dragon v2 Crew-1 (USCV-1) docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) [Exp 64/65: Hopkins, Glover, Walker, Noguchi]
Q3 -  ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-14 (75P) engines
Q3 -  ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-14 (75P) engines

Q3 - release of satellite IOD-3 AMBER (Canada) from NRCSD
October 2 - Cygnus (NG-14) launch
October 4 - Cygnus (NG-14) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
October 14 - Soyuz MS-17 (63S) launch and docking (to Rassvet) [Exp 63/64: Ryzhikov, Kud'-Sverchkov, Rubins]
October 21  - Soyuz MS-16 (62S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Exp 62/63: Ivanishin, Vagner, Cassidy]
September  October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-69) from Quest airlock (COL-Ka installation, Bartolomeo activation)
September  October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (NanoRacks A/L Prep  S6 Channel 3B last battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
September  October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) from Quest airlock
October - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-47) from Pirs airlock [Ryzhikov, Kud'-Sverchkov]
  NET   October 30 - Dragon v2 (SpX-21) launch [Bishop (NanoRacks Airlock Module) in trunk]
  NET   October 31 - Dragon v2 (SpX-21) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET October - release of satellites ELaNa 31: BeaverCube, BobCat-1, NEUTRON-1, PTD-2, RamSat, SPOC from NRCSD
November    13   18 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed launch  (or October)
November    14   19 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed docking (to Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) (or October)
November    18   23 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) (or October)
November    18   23 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT 2) un-crewed deorbit and landing (or October)
NET November - Cygnus (NG-14) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET November - Cygnus (NG-14) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET November - release of satellites Fly Your Satellite! 2: 3Cat 4, CELESTA (ROBUSTA 1D), EIRSAT-1, ISTsat-1 (ISTnanosat-1), LEDSAT, UoS3
NET November - Dragon v2 (SpX-21) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET November - Dragon v2 (SpX-21) splashdown
December 1 - Progress MS-14 (75P) undocking (from Zvezda)
December 1 - Progress MS-14 (75P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
December 4 - Progress MS-15 (76P) undocking (from Pirs)
December 4 - Progress MS-15 (76P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
December 11 - Progress MS-16 (77P) launch
December 13 - Progress MS-16 (77P) docking (to Pirs)
TBD - release of satellites MIR-SAT 1 (Mauritius), Surya Satellite-1 (SS-1) (Indonesia), love satellite, Dream Sat 01, Warp-1, Tsuru (BIRDS-4), GuaraniSat-1 (BIRDS-4), Maya-2 (BIRDS-4) (Japan), CUAVA-1 (Australia) and TUMnanoSAT (Moldova) from J-SSOD
TBD - release of satellite M-SAT (MR-SAT, MRS-SAT, Nanosat 8 ) (USA)
TBD - release of satellites Radioscaf RS-10 (Tanyusha SWSU №5), Radioscaf RS-11 (Tanyusha SWSU №6), Iskra-5, ТNS-0 №3, SamSat-QB50, SamSat-M, SamSat-1, FEFU university sat, SiriusSat-3, Parus-MGTU during ISS Russian EVA

2021
February 1 - Cygnus (NG-15) launch
February 3 - Cygnus (NG-15) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
February 25  March 12 - Dragon v2 (SpX-22) launch (or Q2)
February 26  March 13  - Dragon v2 (SpX-22) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) (or Q2)
March 19    20 - Progress MS-17 (78P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
  February   NET Mid-  March 30 - Dragon v2 Crew-2 (USCV-2) launch  and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)  [two NASA astronaut  Kimbrough, McArthur, Pesquet, Borisenko (TBD)  Hoshide]
March 31 - Dragon v2 Crew-2 (USCV-2) docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) [Kimbrough, McArthur, Pesquet, Hoshide]
NET Late March - release of satellites ELaNa 36: Alpha, ARKSAT-1, CaNOP, CAPSat, EagleSat-2, PR_CuNaR2, LinkSat, CLICK A, Stratus from NRCSD
NET Q1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-48) disconnection of cables between Pirs and Zvezda, transfer of VU) [Ryzhikov, Kud'-Sverchkov]
April 1 - Soyuz MS-17 (63S) undocking (from Rassvet) and docking (to Poisk) [Exp 63/64: Ryzhikov, Kud'-Sverchkov, Rubins]
  February   NET Late March  Early April - Dragon v2 Crew-1 (USCV-1) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown [Exp 64/65: Hopkins, Glover, Walker, Noguchi]
April    9   10 - Soyuz MS-18 (64S) launch and docking (to Rassvet) [Exp 65/66: Novitsky, Dubrov, Vande Hei]
Mid-April - Dragon v2 (SpX-22) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) (or Q2)
Mid-April - Dragon v2 (SpX-22) splashdown (or Q2)
April  17    18   - Soyuz MS-17 (63S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Exp 63/64: Ryzhikov, Kud'-Sverchkov, Rubins]
April 20 - MLM-U Nauka launch
April 23 - Pirs and Progress MS-16 (77P) undocking (from Zvezda nadir)
April 23 - Pirs and Progress MS-16 (77P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
April 29 - MLM-U Nauka docking (to Zvezda nadir)
NET February  Late March  April  - Dragon v2 Crew-2 (USCV-2) undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [two NASA astronaut  Kimbrough, McArthur, Pesquet, Borisenko (TBD)  Hoshide]
April - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) launch [Ferguson, Fincke, Mann]
April - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) docking (to Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) [Ferguson, Fincke, Mann]
NET    Q2   April - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and landing [Exp 62/63: Ferguson, Fincke, Mann]
NET April - Cygnus (NG-15) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET April - Cygnus (NG-15) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
May 10 - Dragon v2 (SpX-23) launch
May 11 - Dragon v2 (SpX-23)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
June - Dragon v2 (SpX-23)  undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2)
June - Dragon v2 (SpX-23) splashdown
NET July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-49) cables connections between MLM-U Nauka and Zvezda)
NET July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-50) (cables connections between MLM-U Nauka and Zvezda)
NET July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-51) (MLM-U Nauka and ERA)
NET July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-52) (MLM-U Nauka radiator)
August 12    February   March 2022 - Dragon v2 Crew-3 (USCV-3) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
Mid-August - Dragon v2 Crew-2 (USCV-2) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown [two NASA astronaut  Kimbrough, McArthur, Pesquet, Borisenko (TBD)  Hoshide]
NET  August    February   March 2022 - Dragon v2 Crew-3 (USCV-3) undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2)
August - Progress MS-17 (78P) undocking (from Zvezda)
August - Progress MS-17 (78P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
August - Progress MS-18 (79P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
September - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-1) launch (or fall)
September - Dream Chaser Cargo System  (SNC-1) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS (or fall)
Q3 - Progress MS-UM launch and docking (to MLM-U Nauka)
Q3 - PAO Progress MS-UM undocking from UM Prichal and deorbit
September - Soyuz MS-19 (65S) launch and docking (to  MLM-U Nauka  UM Prichal) [Shkaplerov, Babkin, TBD]
September 30 - Soyuz MS-18 (64S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Exp 65/66: Novitsky, Dubrov, Vande Hei]
Q3 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-53)
Q3 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-54) (MLM-U Nauka)
Q3 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-55) (MLM-U Nauka)
Q3 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-56) (MLM-U Nauka)
Q3 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-57) (MLM-U Nauka)
October 2  November - Dragon v2 (SpX-24) launch
October 3  November - Dragon v2 (SpX-24)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
October - Cygnus (NG-16) launch
October - Cygnus (NG-16) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
October - Dragon v2 launch [Axiom Space crew]
October - Dragon v2 docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) [Axiom Space crew]
NET October  December - Dragon v2 (SpX-24) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET October  December - Dragon v2 (SpX-24) splashdown
NET October - Dragon v2 undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) [Axiom Space crew]
NET October - Dragon v2 splashdown [Axiom Space crew]
NET October - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-1) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS (or fall)
NET October - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-1) deorbit and landing (or fall)
November - Progress MS-19 (80P) launch and docking (to Poisk)
NET November - 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
December - Cygnus (NG-16) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
December - Cygnus (NG-16) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
December - Soyuz MS-20 launch and docking (to Rassvet) [cosmonaut RF  Misurkin, two space tourists]
NET December - release of satellite Tsiolkovsky-Ryazan  during ISS Russian EVA (or 2022)
TBD - release of satellite LORIS (Canada)

2022
January - Soyuz MS-20 undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [cosmonaut RF  Misurkin, two space tourists]
February 4    February   March 2023   - Dragon v2 Crew-4 (USCV-4) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
  August   September 2021  February 24 - CST-100 Starliner Crew-1/PCM-1 (USCV-5) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) [Cassada, Williams, TBD, TBD]
NET February    February   March 2023   - Dragon v2 Crew-4 (USCV-4) undocking (from Harmony PMA-3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2)
NET February    August   September   - Dragon v2 Crew-3 (USCV-3) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown
NET    August   September 2021  February - CST-100 Starliner Crew-1/PCM-1 (USCV-5) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) [Cassada, Williams, TBD, TBD]
February - HTV-X1 launch
February - HTV-X1 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET February - Progress MS-18 (79P) undocking (from Zvezda)
NET February - Progress MS-18 (79P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
March - Progress MS-20 (81P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
March - Soyuz MS-21 (67S) launch and docking (to Poisk) [Chub, TBD, TBD]
Q1    August   September 2023   - Dragon v2 Crew-4 (USCV-5) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown
Q2 - HTV-X1 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
Q2 - HTV-X1 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
  August   September  April 21 - CST-100 Starliner Crew-2/PCM-2 (USCV-6) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
  February   March   April - CST-100 Starliner Crew-1/PCM-1 (USCV-5) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and landing [Cassada, Williams, TBD, TBD]
NET   August   September  April - CST-100 Starliner Crew-2/PCM-2 (USCV-6) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2)
April - Progress MS-19 (80P) undocking (from Poisk)
April - Progress MS-19 (80P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
April - Soyuz MS-19 (65S) undocking (from UM Prichal) and landing [Exp 67/68:   Shkaplerov, Babkin, TBD]
April - Cygnus (NG-17) launch
April - Cygnus (NG-17) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
April - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) launch
April - Dragon v2 (SpX-25)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)

NET May - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET May - Dragon v2 (SpX-25) splashdown

NET June - Cygnus (NG-17) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET June - Cygnus (NG-17) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET July - Progress MS-21 (82P) launch and docking (to UM Prichal)
September - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-2) launch
September - Dream Chaser Cargo System  (SNC-2) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
September - Soyuz MS-22 (68S) launch and docking (to Rassvet) [Kononenko, Kikina, TBD]
September - Dragon v2 (SpX-26) launch
September - Dragon v2 (SpX-26)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)

NET September - Dragon v2 (SpX-26) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET September - Dragon v2 (SpX-26) splashdown

NET October - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-2) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
October - Soyuz MS-21 (67S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Chub, TBD, TBD]
October - Soyuz MS-23 (69S) launch and docking (to Poisk) [cosmonaut RF  Prokopyev (TBD), astronaut UAE, astronaut UAE]
NET October - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-2) deorbit and landing
November - Progress MS-22 (83P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
December 14    August   September 2023   - CST-100 Starliner Crew-3/PCM-3 (USCV-7) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) (or April)
  February   March 2023  December - CST-100 Starliner Crew-2/PCM-2 (USCV-6) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and landing
NET December    August   September 2023   - CST-100 Starliner Crew-3/PCM-3 (USCV-7) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) (or April)

2023
NET January - Progress MS-21 (82P) undocking (from UM Prichal)
NET January - Progress MS-21 (82P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
March  - Soyuz MS-24 (70S) launch and docking (to ISS)
April - Soyuz MS-23 (69S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [cosmonaut RF  Prokopyev (TBD), astronaut UAE, astronaut UAE]
April - Soyuz MS-22 (68S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing  [Kononenko, Kikina, TBD]
April - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) launch
April - Dragon v2 (SpX-27)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)

NET May - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET May - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) splashdown

June - Soyuz MS-25 (71S) launch and docking (to ISS) [cosmonaut RF, two space tourists]
NET June    February   March 2024   - CST-100 Starliner Crew-3/PCM-3 (USCV-7) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and landing
NET June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) [cosmonaut RF, space tourist]
NET June - Soyuz MS-25 undocking (from ISS) and landing [cosmonaut RF, two space tourists]
September - Soyuz MS-26 (72S) launch and docking (to ISS)
September - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) launch
September - Dragon v2 (SpX-27)  docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)

NET September - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET September - Dragon v2 (SpX-27) splashdown

October - Soyuz MS-24 (70S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing

Acronyms:
MLM-U - Multipurpose Laboratory Module - Upgrade
NEM - Science and Power Module
PCM - Post-Certification Mission (Boeing)
UM - Node Module
USCV - US Crew Vehicle

Changes on July 22nd
Changes on July 23rd
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1782 on: 07/22/2020 09:10 pm »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/kennedy/2020/07/22/media-invited-to-first-operational-commercial-crew-launch/
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Media accreditation now is open for NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission to the International Space Station – the first operational flight of the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft on a Falcon 9 rocket after certification by NASA for regular flights to the space station.

The launch is targeted for no earlier than late-September, following a successful return from the space station and evaluation of NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2 test flight with NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley.

Crew Dragon commander Michael Hopkins, pilot Victor Glover, and mission specialist Shannon Walker – all of NASA – along with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) mission specialist Soichi Noguchi will launch on the Crew-1 mission from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1783 on: 07/25/2020 03:37 am »

I suggest some improvements:

July 1  11:13-17:14 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-66) (S6 Channel 1B battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Behken]

Please: Behnken !!!!


July 21  11:12-16:41 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-68)) from Quest airlock  (NanoRacks A/L Prep, route ethernet cables, and remove a lens filter cover from an external camera)) from Quest airlock  [Behnken, Cassidy]

Small and minor EVA tasks were never mentioned before !

A major task a missing!

Better:

July 21  11:12-16:41 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-68) (RiTS Installation, NanoRacks A/L Prep) from Quest airlock  [Behnken, Cassidy]


thanks for updates





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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1784 on: 07/25/2020 07:21 am »
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-to-provide-coverage-of-astronauts-return-from-space-station-on-spacex-commercial

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NASA and SpaceX are targeting 7:34 p.m. EDT Saturday, Aug. 1, for undocking of the Dragon “Endeavour” spacecraft from the space station and 2:42 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, for splashdown, which will be the first return of a commercially built and operated American spacecraft carrying astronauts from the space station.

Coverage on NASA TV and the agency’s website will begin at 9:10 a.m., Aug. 1, with a short farewell ceremony on station and resume at 5:15 p.m., with departure preparations through splashdown and recovery at one of seven targeted water landing zones in the Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1785 on: 07/26/2020 07:17 pm »
Schedule ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-14 (75P) engines on July 29, 2020 at 13:44:53.073 UTC (dT=346.146s) before Dragon "Endeavour" departure.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1786 on: 07/27/2020 11:14 am »
https://www.roscosmos.ru/28885/

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Progress MS-14 will correct the ISS orbit

In order to form ballistic conditions before the launch of the Soyuz MS-17 manned transport vehicle, the orbit of the International Space Station is scheduled to be corrected on July 29, 2020.

According to preliminary data from the ballistic and navigation support service of the TsNIIMash Flight Control Center (part of the Roscosmos State Corporation), the engines of the Progress MS-14 spacecraft will be turned on at 16:42 Moscow time and will operate for 336.3 seconds. After that, the height of the station's orbit will increase by 1,100 meters and will be about 419.1 km above the Earth.

The launch of the Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket with the Soyuz MS-17 manned spacecraft is scheduled for October 2020 from site No. 31 of the Baikonur cosmodrome. The crew of the Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft included Roskosmos cosmonauts Sergei Ryzhikov and Sergei Kud-Sverchkov, as well as NASA astronaut Kathleen Rubins.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1787 on: 07/28/2020 02:10 pm »
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-announces-astronauts-to-fly-on-spacex-crew-2-mission-to-space-station

NASA and its international partners have assigned crew members for Crew-2, which will be the second operational SpaceX Crew Dragon flight to the International Space Station as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.

NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur will serve as spacecraft commander and pilot, respectively, for the mission. JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) astronaut Akihiko Hoshide and ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Thomas Pesquet will join as mission specialists.

Crew-2 is targeted to launch in spring 2021, following the successful completion of both NASA’s SpaceX Demo-2 test flight mission, which is expected to return to Earth Aug. 2, and the launch of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-1 mission, which is targeted for late September. The Crew-2 astronauts will remain aboard the space station for approximately six months as expedition crew members, along with three crewmates who will launch via a Russian Soyuz spacecraft. The increase of the full space station crew complement to seven members – over the previous six – will allow NASA to effectively double the amount of science that can be conducted in space.

This will be Kimbrough’s third trip to space and his second long-duration stay at the space station. Born in Killeen, Texas, and raised in Atlanta, Kimbrough was selected as an astronaut in 2004. He first launched aboard space shuttle Endeavour for a visit to the station on the STS-126 mission in 2008, then aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft for Expedition 49/50 in 2016. He has spent a total of 189 days in space, and performed six spacewalks. Kimbrough also is a retired U.S. Army colonel and earned a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, and a master’s degree in operations research from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.

McArthur will be making her second trip to space, but her first to the station. She was born in Honolulu but considers California to be her home state. After being selected as an astronaut in 2000, she launched on space shuttle Atlantis as a mission specialist on STS-125, the final Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission, in 2009. McArthur operated the shuttle’s robotic arm over the course of the 12 days and 21 hours she spent in space, capturing the telescope and moving crew members during the five spacewalks needed to repair and upgrade it. She holds a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a doctorate in oceanography from the University of California, San Diego.

This will be Hoshide’s third spaceflight. He was part of the STS-124 mission aboard space shuttle Discovery in 2008 and a crew member for Expeditions 32 and 33, launching aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft in 2012 for a 124-day visit to the station. Pesquet previously flew as part of Expeditions 50 and 51, launching aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft and spending 196 days in space.

NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is working with the American aerospace industry as companies develop and operate a new generation of spacecraft and launch systems capable of carrying crews to low-Earth orbit and the space station. Commercial transportation to and from the station will provide expanded utility, additional research time, and broader opportunities for discovery on the orbital outpost.

For almost 20 years, humans have lived and worked continuously aboard the International Space Station, advancing scientific knowledge and demonstrating new technologies, making research breakthroughs not possible on Earth. As a global endeavor, 240 people from 19 countries have visited the unique microgravity laboratory that has hosted more than 3,000 research and educational investigations from researchers in 108 countries.

The station is a critical testbed for NASA to understand and overcome the challenges of long-duration spaceflight. As commercial companies focus on providing human transportation services to and from low-Earth orbit, NASA is free to focus on building spacecraft and rockets for deep space missions to the Moon and Mars.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1788 on: 07/29/2020 02:23 pm »
https://www.roscosmos.ru/28897/

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ISS Orbit Correction

Today, July 29, 2020, the orbit of the International Space Station was corrected. The engines of the Progress MS-14 cargo vehicle, with the help of which the orbit correction was carried out, were turned on at 16:57 Moscow time for 336 seconds, as a result the ISS received an impulse of 0.65 m / s. After the corrective maneuver, the average altitude of the ISS orbit increased by 1.1 km.

According to the data of the ballistic and navigation support service of the Flight Control Center of TsNIIMash (part of the Roscosmos State Corporation), the station's orbit parameters after the correction were:

    Orbital period: 92.87 min;
    orbital inclination: 51.66 degrees;
    minimum height above the Earth's surface: 417.5 km;
    maximum height above the Earth's surface: 436.2 km.

This operation was carried out in order to form ballistic conditions before the launch of the Soyuz MS-17 manned spacecraft.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1789 on: 07/29/2020 06:17 pm »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2020/07/29/crew-dragon-suit-checks-as-station-begins-orbital-reboosts/

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The International Space Station also completed the first of three orbital reboosts to get ready for the next crew mission in October.

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The docked Progress 75 resupply ship fired its engines this morning for five-and-a-half minutes slightly lifting the station’s orbit. There will be two more station reboosts before the Soyuz MS-17 crew ship launches in October with NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov. They will dock to the Rassvet module a few hours after launch to begin a six-month mission as the Expedition 64 crew.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1791 on: 08/02/2020 05:21 am »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2020/08/01/endeavour-spacecraft-undocked-from-station/
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The SpaceX Crew Dragon “Endeavour” spacecraft with NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley inside undocked from the forward end of the International Space Station’s Harmony module at 7:35 p.m. EDT to complete a two-month mission. 

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1793 on: 08/02/2020 06:01 pm »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew/2020/08/02/nasas-spacex-demo-2-astronauts-awake-live-coverage-continues/
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Here’s the timeline for return activities (all times Eastern):

    1:51 p.m. – Crew Dragon performs claw separation. The claw is located on Crew Dragon’s trunk, connecting thermal control, power, and avionics system components located on the trunk to the capsule.
    1:51 p.m. – Trunk separation
    1:56 p.m. – Deorbit burn begins
    2:08 p.m. – Deorbit burn complete
    2:11 p.m. – Nosecone deploys
    2:32 p.m. – Crew Dragon maneuvers to attitude for re-entry
    2:44 p.m. – Drogue parachutes deployat about 18,000 feet in altitude while Crew Dragon is moving approximately 350 miles per hour.
    2:45 p.m. – Main parachutes deployat about 6,000 feet in altitude while Crew Dragon is moving approximately 119 miles per hour.
    2:48 p.m. – Splashdown

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1796 on: 08/04/2020 02:51 pm »
https://twitter.com/anik1982space/status/1290578593987416067

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The new magazine "Russian Space" reports that EVK-47 and EVK-48 are planned for Ryzhikov and Kud-Sverchkov (their flight is planned from October 14, 2020 to April 17, 2021)

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #1797 on: 08/06/2020 08:23 am »
https://iss.jaxa.jp/kibouser/information/program/71723.html

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<Exposure experiment using a simple exposure experiment device (ExHAM)>
From July 27th to 29th, we prepared to collect samples onboard, including mounting the ExHAM#2-4 collection adapter on the MPEP installed on the Kibo airlock slide table.
On July 30, from the ground, the child arm (SFA) attached to the tip of the “Kibo” robot arm (JRMRMS) was operated to bring the sample of ExHAM#2-4 into the ship.

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