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Title: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 1)
Post by: anik on 05/07/2005 06:42 pm
Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year:

Progress M-53  -       17 June 2005
STS-114          - NET 13 July 2005
Progress M-54  -       24 August 2005
STS-121          - NET 09 September 2005
Soyuz TMA-7    -       27 September 2005
Progress M-55  -       21 December 2005
STS-115          - NET 16 February 2006
Progress M-56  -       22 February 2006
Soyuz TMA-8    -       22 March 2006
STS-116          - NET 23 April 2006
ATV-1              -       30 April 2006
Progress M-57  -       30 June 2006
STS-117          - NET 13 July 2006
STS-118          - NET 08 September 2006
Soyuz TMA-9    -       13 September 2006
Progress M-58  -       15 October 2006
STS-119          - NET 26 October 2006
STS-120          - NET 07 December 2006
Progress M-59  -       19 December 2006

I may have mistakes! Therefore, excuse me...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: gyro2020 on 05/11/2005 03:56 am
Nice info, many thanks!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/20/2005 10:34 pm
Updating of the plan...

From "NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 17 May 2005":
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=16659

Soyuz TMA-7 (11S) launch -- 10/22

Recently I talked with expert from Mission Control Centre (MCC-M, Moscow)... He has told me that Progress M-54 (18P) launch will be postponed from 24 August to September and Soyuz TMA-7 (11S) launch - from 27 September to 21 (or 22) October...

Andrey NK
Moscow, Russia
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: SimonShuttle on 05/24/2005 10:35 pm
Thanks for posting that...was wondering, doesn't that 21-27 September launch conflict with Atlantis' launch window? Can you have a Soyuz and a Shuttle on the ISS at the same time?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/25/2005 12:21 am
Delay of Soyuz TMA-7 launch from 27 September to 22 October still isn't confirmed officially but I heard that there is informal diagram containing new Soyuz TMA-7 launch date!

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SimonShuttle - 25/5/2005  2:35 AM
doesn't that 21-27 September launch conflict with Atlantis' launch window?

If Atlantis will be launched on 19 September Soyuz TMA-7 launch should be postponed on 28 September, if 20 September – on 29 September, if 21 September – on 30 September, if 22 September – on 1 October, if 23 September – on 2 October and if 24 September – on 3 October… I heard American experts have already asked Russian experts to delay Soyuz TMA-7 launch at once on 3 October!

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SimonShuttle - 25/5/2005  2:35 AM
Can you have a Soyuz and a Shuttle on the ISS at the same time?

Always, because Soyuz is on ISS as rescue spacecraft since 2 November, 2000… But if you mean the second Soyuz – then never... There might be a such situation in April, 2001 (Endeavour [STS-100] and Soyuz TM-32) but all was finished safely – Endeavour departed and then Soyuz TM-32 arrived!

Andrey NK
Moscow, Russia
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/29/2005 11:07 am
From Steven S. Pietrobon’s Unofficial Space Shuttle Manifest (13 May 2005):
http://sworld.com.au/steven/space/shuttle/manifest.txt

Discovery (STS-114) launch – 23 July 2005!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/29/2005 12:00 pm
Conformity between the shuttles and flights on 21 April 2005…

Discovery – 9 flights – STS-114, -116, -118, -122, -125, -127, -129, -131, -134
Atlantis – 10 flights – STS-121, -115, -117, -120, -124, -132, -135, -137, -139, -141
Endeavour – 9 flights – STS-119, -123, -126, -128, -130, -133, -136, -138, -140

But from Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin who recently was in USA I heard that one more flight to the Hubble Space Telescope is now planned on 2007 (with John Grunsfeld as the crewmember)!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: NASA_Twix_JSC on 05/29/2005 10:10 pm
Interesting. I thought we only worked five fights in advance?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/04/2005 10:48 am
STS-114 LAUNCH WINDOWS
By William Harwood
CBS News Space Consultant
http://cbsnews.cbs.com/network/news/space/current.html

Editor's Note...
Updated 05/31/05

To reach the international space station, the shuttle must take off within about five minutes of the moment Earth's rotation carries the launch pad into the plane of the station's orbit. To maximize performance, NASA targets launch for right around the moment the shuttle can launch directly into that plane. For shuttle mission STS-114, NASA has decided not to launch in windows that result in a flight-day 4 rendezvous and docking. If some event drove NASA to a flight-day 4 launch anyway, there would be no in-plane time. In all such "dual-plane" cases, the launch windows overlap and an FD-4 launch would occur after the FD-3 in-plane time.

Editor's Note: The windows listed below assume a space station reboost maneuver June 29 to bring in additional flight-day 3 rendezvous opportunities. In cases where the launch window is less than 10 minutes long, there is no "in-plane" launch time and the shuttle would take off at the opening of the window. For July 25, rendezvous rocket firings could, in theory, bring in a flight-day 3 rendezvous opportunity, but no such opportunity currently exists "off the pad."

THE TIMES LISTED BELOW ARE PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE (all times in EDT):

DATE.........OPEN.............IN PLANE........CLOSE...........RENDEZVOUS

07/13/05...03:45:42 PM...03:50:42 PM...03:55:42 PM...FD-3
...............03:48:53 PM.......................03:58:52 PM...FD-4

07/14/05...03:23:11 PM...03:28:11 PM...03:33:11 PM...FD-3

07/15/05...02:57:28 PM...03:02:28 PM...03:07:27 PM...FD-3
...............03:00:37 PM.......................03:10:37 PM...FD-4

07/16/05...02:34:56 PM...02:39:56 PM...02:44:56 PM...FD-3

07/17/05...02:09:13 PM...02:14:13 PM...02:19:12 PM...FD-3
...............02:12:22 PM.......................02:22:22 PM...FD-4

07/18/05...01:46:41 PM...01:51:41 PM...01:56:40 PM...FD-3

07/19/05...01:20:58 PM...01:25:58 PM...01:30:58 PM...FD-3
...............01:24:11 PM.......................01:34:07 PM...FD-4

07/20/05...12:58:26 AM...01:03:26 PM...01:08:25 PM...FD-3

07/21/05...12:34:17 AM...12:39:17 AM...12:42:43 AM...FD-3
...............12:35:56 AM.......................12:45:52 AM...FD-4

07/22/05...12:10:11 AM...12:15:11 AM...12:20:11 AM...FD-3
...............11:47:40 AM.......................11:57:41 AM...FD-4

07/23/05...11:52:25 AM...N/A...............11:54:28 AM...FD-3
...............11:47:40 AM.......................11:57:41 AM...FD-4

07/24/05...11:21:56 AM...11:26:56 AM...11:31:56 AM...FD-3
...............11:25:07 AM.......................11:27:58 AM...FD-4

07/25/05...10:59:25 AM...11:04:25 AM...11:09:25 AM...FD-4

07/26/05...10:33:41 AM...10:38:41 AM...10:43:41 AM...FD-3
...............10:36:52 AM.......................10:45:56 AM...FD-4
 
07/27/05...10:11:10 AM...N/A...............10:16:00 AM...FD-3
...............10:16:00 AM.......................10:21:10 AM...FD-4

07/28/05...09:45:26 AM...09:50:26 AM...09:55:26 AM...FD-3
...............09:48:37 AM.......................09:58:37 AM...FD-4

07/29/05...09:22:55 AM...09:27:55 AM...09:32:55 AM...FD-3

07/30/05...08:57:12 AM...09:02:12 AM...09:07:11 AM...FD-3
...............09:00:22 AM.......................09:10:22 AM...FD-4

07/31/05...08:34:40 AM...08:39:40 AM...08:44:40 AM...FD-3
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/11/2005 10:44 pm
Crews of the nearest Shuttle flights are well-known but the team of Soyuz TMA-7 spacecraft (launch – autumn 2005) completely officially isn’t announced for the present! The crew’s confirmation is expected this month...

First two armchairs in Soyuz TMA-7 should occupy by crewmembers of ISS Expedition 12 (William McArthur and Valery Tokarev). Two persons are «struggled» for the third armchair – future third space tourist Gregory Olsen and possible 100th Russian cosmonaut Sergey Zhukov!

By the way, Soyuz TMA-7 launch will be a 100th Russian manned space launch!!! :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/12/2005 05:38 pm
By the way, if manned spaceflight statistics is interesting to someone, I announce with lateness that on 8 June 2005 at 08:04 UTC ISS Expedition 11 Commander Sergey Krikalyov has surpassed total duration of Valery Polyakov’s spaceflights (678 days 16 hours 33 minutes 19 seconds)!

Krikalyov is on the second place in the world now…

Only Sergey Avdeyev is above now (747 days 14 hours 14 minutes 11 seconds)… Krikalyov will exceed Avdeyev’s record on 16 August 2005 at 05:45 UTC and become «Number One In The World»!!! ;)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/19/2005 06:23 am
One of new informal plans from RSC Energia:

Discovery (STS-114) - 13 July 2005
Progress M-54 - 20 September 2005 (postponed from 24 August 2005)
Atlantis (STS-121) - 09 September 2005
Soyuz TMA-7 - 22 October 2005 (postponed from 27 September 2005)
Progress M-55 - 21 December 2005
Atlantis (STS-115) - 16 February 2006
Progress M-56 - 22 February 2006
Soyuz TMA-8 - 19 April 2006 (postponed from 22 March 2006)
Discovery (STS-116) - 23 April 2006
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/23/2005 09:08 am
Hm... New information again!... Today I talked with expert from MCC-M, which has told to me that probably Progress M-54 will be launched on 8 September and Soyuz TMA-7 – on 1 October... I am surprised very much to a plenty of various plans!... :o


Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/24/2005 10:29 am
Hm… From "NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 23 June 2005"
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=17099

Progress M-54/19P launch -- 9/20
Soyuz TMA-7/11S launch -- 9/27

Superb!… :o Seven days between launches!… :o

Not clear to me when the final plan containing Progress M-54 and Soyuz TMA-7 launch dates will be published!…
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/27/2005 04:36 am
Oops!... :o

NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 25 June 2005
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=17118

Progress M-54/19P launch - TBD

8 September, maybe...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/28/2005 07:34 pm
Today expert from MCC-M told to me that the final plan containing Progress M-54 (8 September) and Soyuz TMA-7 (1 October) launch dates will be confirmed by President of RSC Energia N.N.Sevastyanov in two days!



Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Space101 on 06/29/2005 03:45 am
Cool. Keep us updated!! Thanks :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/30/2005 06:19 pm
Hm… :o It's simply not clear for me... :(

From new launch plan on July – September 2005 on Russian Federal Space Agency website
http://www.federalspace.ru/PlanQuart.asp (in Russian, of course)

Progress M-54 launch – September 9 (note: date will be defined more precisely!!!…)
Soyuz TMA-7 launch – September 27
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/01/2005 04:50 am
Reliable source from RSC Energia has confirmed that Progress M-54 will be launched on September 8 and Soyuz TMA-7 on October 1! ;)



Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/01/2005 04:50 am
Thus, the new plan of launches to ISS on 2005 year

Discovery (STS-114) - 13 July 2005
Progress M-54 - 8 September 2005 (postponed from 24 August 2005)
Atlantis (STS-121) - 9 September 2005
Soyuz TMA-7 - 1 October 2005 (postponed from 27 September 2005)
Progress M-55 - 21 December 2005
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/01/2005 10:54 pm
Below is given the detailed plan of ISS flight, which was confirmed by President of RSC Energia N.N.Sevastyanov on June 30!

2005

Discovery (STS-114) launch – July 13
Discovery (STS-114) dock – July 15
> 3 spacewalks from Shuttle airlock
Discovery (STS-114) undock – July 23
Discovery (STS-114) landing – July 25
Soyuz TMA-6 relocate – August (beginning)
> spacewalk from Pirs – August (middle)
Progress M-53 undock – September 7
Progress M-54 launch – September 8
Atlantis (STS-121) launch – NET September 9
Progress M-54 dock – September 10
Atlantis (STS-121) dock – NET September 11
> 3 spacewalks from Quest airlock
Atlantis (STS-121) undock – NET September 19
Atlantis (STS-121) landing – NET September 21
Soyuz TMA-7 launch – October 1
Soyuz TMA-7 dock – October 3
Soyuz TMA-6 undock/landing – October 11
> 2 spacewalks from Quest airlock – November (beginning)
Soyuz TMA-7 relocate – November (end)
> spacewalk from Pirs – December (middle)
Progress M-55 launch – December 21
Progress M-55 dock – December 23

2006

Progress M-54 undock – February 3
Atlantis (STS-115) launch – NET February 16
Atlantis (STS-115) dock – NET February 18
> 3 spacewalks from Quest airlock
Progress M-55 undock – February 21
Progress M-56 launch – February 22
Progress M-56 dock – February 24
Atlantis (STS-115) undock – NET February 25
Atlantis (STS-115) landing – NET February 27
Soyuz TMA-8 launch – March 22
Soyuz TMA-8 dock – March 24
Soyuz TMA-7 undock/landing – April 1
Soyuz TMA-8 relocate – April (middle)
Discovery (STS-116) launch – April 23
Discovery (STS-116) dock – April 25
> 3 spacewalks from Quest airlock
Discovery (STS-116) undock – May 2
Discovery (STS-116) landing – May 4

Duration of flights:
> Krikalyov/Phillips – 179 days (launch/landing on Soyuz TMA-6)
> Reiter – 204 days (launch on STS-121/landing on Soyuz TMA-7)
> McArthur – 215 days (launch on Soyuz TMA-7/landing on STS-116)
> Tokarev – 182 days (launch/landing on Soyuz TMA-7)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: SimonShuttle on 07/05/2005 10:16 am
If there is a delay on the Shuttle at any one point of this schedule, can soyuz or progress launches be changed accordingly without too much of a problem?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/05/2005 04:43 pm
Quote
SimonShuttle - 5/7/2005  2:16 PM

If there is a delay on the Shuttle at any one point of this schedule, can soyuz or progress launches be changed accordingly without too much of a problem?

Hm… I think that Russian launches can be changed... Shuttles have advantage in ISS program because they have a set of flight restrictions (light launch, beta angle, docking on 3rd day, etc.)… Therefore, if  American experts will ask to postpone any Soyuz or Progress launch, Russian colleagues will try to execute (not without problems, of course!) this request...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/06/2005 08:31 pm
By the way...

Confirmed Soyuz TMA-7 crew:

Commander – Valery Tokarev
Flight engineer – William McArthur
Space tourist – Gregory Olsen
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/17/2005 09:40 pm
By the way... Soyuz TMA-6 relocate transferred from August 5 to July 19, because Discovery launch was postponed!... :o  :)

Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/18/2005 04:04 pm
The MCC-M’s expert has told me today that the unique ISS Expedition 11 crew’s spacewalk from Pirs is planned approximately on August 19... However, the date of its realization naturally depends on Discovery flight…




Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: SRBseparama on 07/20/2005 01:09 pm
Quote
anik - 18/7/2005  11:04 AM

The MCC-M’s expert has told me today that the unique ISS Expedition 11 crew’s spacewalk from Pirs is planned approximately on August 19... However, the date of its realization naturally depends on Discovery flight…





Shows how the Shuttle denotes a lot of what goes on with the ISS.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/27/2005 10:20 pm
MCC-M expert told me yesterday that Progress M-56 launch was postponed recently from February 22, 2005 to April 10, 2005...




Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/16/2005 10:45 am
Today at 05:45 UTC ISS Expedition 11 Commander Sergey Krikalyov has surpassed Sergey Avdeyev's spaceflights duration record (747 days 14 hours 14 minutes 11 seconds)!!!

Congratulation and good luck, Sergey Konstantinovich!!! :)  :)  :)

By the way, in the end of sixth flight (October 11) Krikalyov will collect 804 days!!! :o  ;)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: rhwinger on 08/18/2005 04:09 pm

Does Valery Polyakov's 438 day record still stand? 

Interesting article on effects of long duration isolation: http://www.airspacemag.com/ASM/Mag/Index/1996/JJ/llda.html

I know what 144 days at sea feels like.  It's no fun.  I can only imagine space.

Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: NASA_Twix_JSC on 08/19/2005 01:32 am
Well done Sergey! :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: starhunter on 08/20/2005 12:28 am

Well, Russia is offering the US use of the Soyuz for $65 million a pop, including a Russian pilot, and two vacant seats for US astronauts. But US law precludes the purchase of the vehicle, due to import restrictions. So maybe Congress can act! Would it be worthwhile to do this at least once before April 2006, if only to extend NASA's partnership with RosCosmos? Story:

http://www.spacedaily.com/news/iss-05zzzp.html

Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/20/2005 01:24 pm
Quote
rhwinger - 18/8/2005  8:09 PM

Does Valery Polyakov's 438 day record still stand?

Yeah! :)

1. Polyakov - 437 days 17 hours 58 minutes 32 seconds
2. Avdeyev - 379 days 14 hours 51 minutes 10 seconds
3-4. V.Titov/Manarov - 365 days 22 hours 38 minutes 58 seconds
5. Romanenko - 326 days 11 hours 37 minutes 59 seconds
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/24/2005 10:20 pm
The current and detailed plan of ISS flight (without information about spacewalks):

2005

Expedition 11
Progress M-53 undocking – September 7 (~10:23 UTC)
Progress M-54 launch – September 8 (~13:08 UTC)
Progress M-54 docking – September 10 (~14:49 UTC)

Expedition 12
Soyuz TMA-7 launch – October 1 (~03:54 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-7 docking – October 3 (~05:20 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-6 landing – October 11 (~01:06 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-7 relocation – November 18
Progress M-55 launch – December 21
Progress M-55 docking – December 23

2006

Progress M-54 undocking – February 3
Discovery (STS-121) launch – March 4 (~20:21 UTC)
Discovery (STS-121) docking – March 6
Discovery (STS-121) undocking – March 14
Discovery (STS-121) landing – March 16

Expedition 13
Soyuz TMA-8 launch – March 22
Soyuz TMA-8 docking – March 24
Soyuz TMA-7 landing – April 1
Progress M-55 undocking – April 9
Progress M-56 launch – April 10
Progress M-56 docking – April 12
Atlantis (STS-115) launch – May 3
Atlantis (STS-115) docking – May 5
Atlantis (STS-115) undocking – May 12
Atlantis (STS-115) landing – May 14
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/30/2005 06:46 pm
MCC-M expert has informed me the nearest three STS launch dates:

STS-121 – March 4, 2006
STS-115 – May 3, 2006
STS-116 – July 28, 2006
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 09/03/2005 09:55 am
1. The RSC Energia new plan of ISS flight (not yet confirmed!):

2005

Expedition 11
Progress M-53 undocking – September 7 (~10:23 UTC)
Progress M-54 launch – September 8 (~13:07:52 UTC)
Progress M-54 docking – September 10 (~14:50 UTC)

Expedition 12
Soyuz TMA-7 launch – October 1 (~03:54:44 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-7 docking – October 3 (~05:20 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-6 landing – October 11 (~01:06 UTC)
Spacewalk from Quest airlock – October (end)
Soyuz TMA-7 relocation – November 18
Spacewalk from Pirs airlock – December (middle)
Progress M-54 undocking – December 20
Progress M-55 launch – December 21
Progress M-55 docking – December 23

2006

Discovery (STS-121) launch – March 4 (~20:21 UTC)
Discovery (STS-121) docking – March 6
3 spacewalks from Quest airlock – March 8, 10 and 12
Discovery (STS-121) undocking – March 14
Discovery (STS-121) landing – March 16

Expedition 13
Soyuz TMA-8 launch – March 22
Soyuz TMA-8 docking – March 24
Soyuz TMA-7 landing – April 1
Soyuz TMA-8 relocation – April (beginning)
Progress M-56 launch – April 10
Progress M-56 docking – April 12

2. From FPSPACE
http://www.friends-partners.org/pipermail/fpspace/2005-September/date.html

Brazilian to fly on April [March – anik note] 2006 Soyuz
Jim Oberg

RIO-DE-JANEIRO, September 2 (RIA Novosti, Andrei Kurguzov) – Brazil's first astronaut, Colonel Marcos Pontes, will lift off to the International Space Station (ISS) in March-April 2006 [March 22, 2006 – anik note] onboard a Russian Soyuz [Soyuz TMA-8 – anik note] spacecraft, a senior official from the Federal Space Agency said Friday.
Viktor Remishevsky, the agency's deputy director, said agreement on the mission had been reached between officials of the Russian and Brazilian space agencies in the Brazilian capital.
"We have agreed that the flight will take place next spring, but now everything will depend on how soon the Brazilian parliament ratifies the agreement," Remishevsky said before adding that the figures involved in the contract were a commercial secret.
Remishevsky said there was little time to train the astronaut so the process would have to be accelerated. He added that the flight would take place if Pontes arrived in Russia before September 15.
The final agreement is to be signed before November 1, 2005.
"Brazil wants the first Brazilian space flight to happen next year, as it will be an important year for us," said Sergio Gaudenzi, the president of the Brazilian space agency.
Next year will be a hundred years since Brazilian Santos Dumont made a pioneer flight on a heavier-than-air machine.
Pontes has already undergone training at NASA's Johnson space center in Houston and obtained an astronaut certificate in 2000.
He will also receive training in Russia's Star City space training center.

3. My comments and explanatories, which based on yet not confirmed plan of ISS flight

a) aboard Discovery (STS-121) will be launched Thomas Reiter
b) aboard Soyuz TMA-8 will be launched Pavel Vinogradov, Daniel Tani and Marcos Pontes
c) aboard Soyuz TMA-7 will be landed Valery Tokarev, William McArthur and Marcos Pontes
d) aboard Discovery (STS-116) will be launched Sunita Williams
e) aboard Discovery (STS-116) will be landed Daniel Tani
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Tahii on 09/03/2005 10:07 am
That photo looks, well, like the ISS ain't going much further! Fire them thrusters!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 09/06/2005 07:38 pm
NASA Exploration Systems Architecture Study: 28 Flight (Rev. G) ISS Assembly Sequence vs. 16 Flight Assembly Sequence
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=17990

Editor's note: This chart was part of a series of internal presentations made at NASA during June 2005 on the progress of the Exploration Systems Architecture Study. Note the substantial decrease in ISS capability that would result.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 09/06/2005 07:49 pm
Quote
anik - 6/9/2005  3:38 PM

NASA Exploration Systems Architecture Study: 28 Flight (Rev. G) ISS Assembly Sequence vs. 16 Flight Assembly Sequence


NO.. they cannot  not launch the Cupola...:(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Space101 on 09/07/2005 04:15 am
Isn't that site going to get into a lot of trouble for publishing something that has "for internal use only" on it?  :o
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Tahii on 09/07/2005 06:07 am
Quote
Space101 - 7/9/2005  4:15 PM

Isn't that site going to get into a lot of trouble for publishing something that has "for internal use only" on it?  :o
Probably not, but the guy who leaked it better have quick feet!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: MKremer on 09/07/2005 07:32 am
To me, that doesn't make much sense - this plan delivers the P5 truss and relocates the P6 while leaving off S5 and S6. Wouldn't that unbalance the station somewhat (higher loads on gyros, etc)?
Why not just delete P5 and leave P6 on top of Z1? You save one less assembly flight and end up with a balanced ISS configuration.

If they're needing to cut way down on flights, why not make all of them assembly flights? Maybe one more MPLM next year, until the ATV is proven, then use STS for assembly only and ATV/HTV/Progress for resupply. That could probably complete the truss and possibly even allow Node 3 and the Cupola.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 09/07/2005 05:54 pm
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MKremer - 7/9/2005  3:32 AM


If they're needing to cut way down on flights, why not make all of them assembly flights? Maybe one more MPLM next year, until the ATV is proven, then use STS for assembly only and ATV/HTV/Progress for resupply. That could probably complete the truss and possibly even allow Node 3 and the Cupola.

I Like that plan.. Enough with the MPLM's... time for some constuction... may need to toss a few $$$ towards ATV/HTV/Progress, but I would have it a guess that it is a lot cheaper.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 09/08/2005 04:02 pm
I think, that it’s a very important information!!!

Today MCC-M expert has informed me about NEW dates of the nearest five STS launches!!!

STS-121 - May 3, 2006
STS-115 - June 30, 2006
STS-116 - September 28, 2006
STS-117 - December 7, 2006
STS-118 - March 8, 2007
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 09/08/2005 06:24 pm
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anik - 8/9/2005  12:02 PM

I think, that it’s a very important information!!!

Today MCC-M expert has informed me about NEW dates of the nearest five STS launches!!!

STS-121 - May 3, 2006
STS-115 - June 30, 2006
STS-116 - September 28, 2006
STS-117 - December 7, 2006
STS-118 - March 8, 2007

The way things are going... looking at the weather at KSC now... the Sep date for STS 116 will most likely be the STS 121 launch date... :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 09/10/2005 10:57 pm
The confirmed program of Expedition 12 flight

William McArthur and Valery Tokarev – 182 days

2005

Soyuz TMA-7 launch – October 1 (~03:54:50 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-7 docking – October 3 (~05:33:40 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-6 landing – October 11 (~01:06 UTC)
Spacewalk from Quest airlock – November 3
Soyuz TMA-7 relocation – November 18
Spacewalk from Pirs airlock – December 7
Progress M-54 undocking – December 20
Progress M-55 launch – December 21
Progress M-55 docking – December 23

2006

Soyuz TMA-8 launch – March 22
Soyuz TMA-8 docking – March 24
Soyuz TMA-7 landing – April 1

P.S.: Today MCC-M expert has informed me, that Soyuz TMA-7 launch possibly will be postponed to October 3 or 5, because of delay in spacecraft preparation on the Baikonur cosmodrome... :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: SRBseparama on 09/12/2005 12:10 am
Did he say what the cause of the delay is, Anik?

Thank you for the great info!! :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 09/13/2005 02:10 am
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SRBseparama - 12/9/2005  4:10 AM

Did he say what the cause of the delay is, Anik?

Additional electric tests of new spacecraft equipment…

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SRBseparama - 12/9/2005  4:10 AM

Thank you for the great info!! :)

SRBseparama, this information is the rumour… It isn’t confirmed officially...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 09/19/2005 04:24 pm
Soyuz TMA-7 will be launched on October 1! Officially... :)

Sorry for unconfirmed rumour... :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: NASA_LaRC_SP on 09/19/2005 11:37 pm
Excellent!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 09/26/2005 08:37 pm
ISS Expedition 12 spacewalk from Pirs is planned on December 8, 2005... Additional EVA from Quest possibly will be in the early 2006...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 09/27/2005 04:11 am
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anik - 26/9/2005  4:37 PM

ISS Expedition 12 spacewalk from Pirs is planned on December 8, 2005... Additional EVA from Quest possibly will be in the early 2006...


When was the last time Quest was used?  Cannot remember if they used the shuttle airlock for sts-114 or not.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 09/27/2005 04:57 pm
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Avron - 27/9/2005  8:11 AM

When was the last time Quest was used?

On April 8, 2003... ISS Expedition 6... Bowersox and Pettit...

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Avron - 27/9/2005  8:11 AM

Cannot remember if they used the shuttle airlock for sts-114 or not.

Noguchi and Robinson used the Discovery airlock...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 09/27/2005 08:07 pm
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anik - 27/9/2005  12:57 PM

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Avron - 27/9/2005  8:11 AM

When was the last time Quest was used?

On April 8, 2003... ISS Expedition 6... Bowersox and Pettit...
..


Three years ago....
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/01/2005 05:07 pm
1. The detailed plan of Expedition 12 flight:

2005

Soyuz TMA-7 launch – October 1 (03:54:53.094 UTC)
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Soyuz TMA-7 docking – October 3 (~05:32 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-6 undocking – October 10 (~21:49 UTC)
Soyuz TMA-6 landing – October 11 (~01:12 UTC)
Spacewalk from Quest airlock – November 3
Soyuz TMA-7 relocation – November 18
Spacewalk from Pirs airlock – December 7 or 8
Progress M-54 undocking – December 20
Progress M-55 launch – December 21
Progress M-55 docking – December 23

2006

Possible spacewalk from Quest airlock – February
Soyuz TMA-8 launch – March 22
Soyuz TMA-8 docking – March 24
Soyuz TMA-7 undocking – April 1
Soyuz TMA-7 landing – April 1

2. The detailed plan of the nearest STS launches:

STS-121 - ULF1.1 - May 3, 2006
STS-115 - 12A - June 30, 2006
STS-116 - 12A.1 - September 28, 2006
STS-117 - 13A - December 7, 2006
STS-118 - 13A.1 - March 8, 2007
STS-119 - 15A - April 13, 2007
STS-120 - 10A - May 24, 2007
STS-122 - 1E - August 9, 2007
STS-123 - ULF2 - September 20, 2007
STS-124 - 1J/A - January 17, 2008
STS-125 - 1J - February 28, 2008

3. Rumour: ATV-1 «Jules Verne» will not be launched before March or May 2007… :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Chris Bergin on 10/01/2005 10:55 pm
Now I really could do with hearing some more on the ATV rumour, as I've been searching for news on that. Any help?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/04/2005 08:02 pm
Russia, Brazil agree on astronaut's flight
MOSCOW, October 4 (RIA Novosti)

http://en.rian.ru/science/20051004/41594359.html

Russia and Brazil have reached a preliminary agreement on the flight of a Brazilian astronaut, the deputy head of the Russian Federal Space Agency said.

"We signed a preliminary contract on the flight of a Brazilian astronaut", Alexander Medvedchikov said, adding that the document provides for the astronaut's arrival in Russia and flight preparation.

"The Brazilian astronaut may come to Russia in the near future," he said without giving the date of the flight.

Russia and Brazil should sign intergovernmental technology protection agreements to implement joint projects, Medvedchikov said.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/12/2005 07:46 pm
First Expedition 12 spacewalk from Quest airlock will be on November 7
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 10/12/2005 09:17 pm
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anik - 12/10/2005  3:46 PM

First Expedition 12 spacewalk from Quest airlock will be on November 7

At long last.. something to keep an eye on..

Anik, whats the plan for the Spacewalk?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/13/2005 03:17 pm
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Avron - 13/10/2005  1:17 AM

Anik, whats the plan for the Spacewalk?

From "Expedition 12 Press Kit":
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/17/2005 02:50 pm
Current Expedition 13 crew:

CDR – Pavel Vinogradov (launch aboard Soyuz TMA-8 on March 22, 2006)
FE-1 – Jeffrey Williams (launch aboard Soyuz TMA-8 on March 22, 2006)
FE-2 – Thomas Reiter (launch aboard Discovery on May 16, 2006)

If Roskosmos and NASA will not agree before November 2005 about payment of the flight of the American astronaut, Jeffrey Williams will be replaced by Dmitry Kondratyev

Future first Brazilian astronaut Marcos Pontes has arrived to Russia today for the preparing to his spaceflight (launch aboard Soyuz TMA-8 on March 22, 2006)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/18/2005 04:43 pm
Brazilian Leader To Sign Space Deals In First Russia Visit
Moscow (AFP) Oct 17, 2005

http://www.spacedaily.com/news/iss-05zzzzo.html
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/19/2005 10:43 am
Brazil's President In Moscow Signs Deal For Joint Space Mission
by Delphine Thouvenot
Moscow (AFP) Oct 18, 2005

http://www.spacedaily.com/news/iss-05zzzzp.html
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/19/2005 10:47 am
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Avron - 13/10/2005  1:17 AM

Anik, whats the plan for the Spacewalk?

From "NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 18 October 2005"

http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=18415

"The spacewalk, from the Quest Airlock (A/L) in EMU (Extravehicular Mobility Unit) suits, is estimated to last 5h 25m. Primary objectives: installation of an external video camera assembly (CP9 ETVCG, External TV Camera Group) on a stanchion on the P1 segment (lower outboard), and the removal and subsequent jettisoning/throwing of the FPP (Floating Potential Probe) with its solar arrays and extended probes from the top of the Z1 truss (portside), it in retrograde direction (about 30 deg zenith and 10 deg port of the ISS minus X-axis) with a velocity of at least 0.15 m/s, while the station is in XVV TEA attitude. There are also three get-ahead tasks, if time permits: retrieval of the S1-1 RJMC (Rotary Joint Motor Controller), removal & replacement of an RPCM (Remote Power Controller Module on the MT (Mobile Transporter), and installation of a clamp from the MISSE 4 (Materials on the ISS Experiment #4) on the A/L starboard endcone zenith/aft handrail."
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 10/19/2005 03:31 pm
Got their work cut out for them... but its great to see some progress, if I recall, the camera was to be attached on the last STS mission, but they ran out of time due to gap filler pulling..
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/20/2005 06:59 pm
http://www.friends-partners.org/pipermail/fpspace/2005-October/018205.html

Time For Reaching Accord With NASA On ISS-13 Crew Drawing To End

MOSCOW, October 20 1104 GMT (Itar-Tass) - The time for achieving understandings with NASA on the composition of the 13th main mission to the I-S-S is drawing to an end. This opinion was expressed on Thursday by chief of the manned programs section of the Federal Space Agency (Roskosmos) Alexei Krasnov in an exclusive interview with Tass.
According to the section chief, two compositions of the ISS-13 crew are now under examination. The first version: already approved Russians Pavel Vinogradov and Dmitry Kondratyev as well as first Brazilian astronaut Marcus Pontes. The contract on his flight in March 2006 was signed last Tuesday at the meeting of the Russian and Brazilian presidents, Krasnov noted. The Brazilian takes up training under the program of a commercial expedition where "there is a possibility to minimize the volume of preparations".
The second version: Vinogradov and Pontes remain at their seats, but NASA astronaut Jeffery Williams will take the left armchair for the flight engineer at the Soyuz TMA-8 spaceship instead of Kondratyev. Training under the Soyuz flight engineer program "is impressive enough" and long. "Nobody now says for sure that Kondratyev will not fly in the spring, since there is no clarity in relations with NASA so far," Krasnov emphasized.
"We have a clear-cut understanding with our American counterparts: If no formal agreement on the flight of a NASA astronaut aboard Soyuz in spring 2006 is concluded by November 1, we shall be forced to send back to Houston astronauts who are now training under the ISS-13 program," he stated.
If the US House of Representatives is short of time to approve a compensation for flights of NASA astronauts by Soyuz before this deadline, "American colleagues can offer us, as a version, certain official guarantees that this question will be settled positively by the next flight". "In that case we accept these official guarantees and will continue training of astronauts. We do not intend to create artificially a conflict on this point," Krasnov underlined.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/27/2005 06:20 am
House Passes Its Own Version of INA Bill

http://www.nasawatch.com/archives/2005/10/ina_markup_in_h.html#more
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 10/27/2005 02:57 pm
Anik...

How long would it take to get a vehicle to the launch pad from date of Order from NASA?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/28/2005 05:55 pm
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Avron - 27/10/2005  6:57 PM

How long would it take to get a vehicle to the launch pad from date of Order from NASA?

1.5 or 2 years (from the beginning of the manufacturing of the spacecraft till its launch)... Accordingly, Soyuz TMA-8 vehicle (launch - March 22, 2006) have begun to produce in the middle of 2004...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 10/28/2005 07:12 pm
November 7 EVA worksites...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/02/2005 05:38 pm
Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year:

Progress M-55 - December 21, 2005
Soyuz TMA-8 - March 22, 2006
Progress M-56 - April 10, 2006
STS-121 (Discovery) - NET May 3, 2006
Progress M-57 - June 30, 2006
STS-115 (Atlantis) - NET July 1, 2006
Soyuz TMA-9 - September 13, 2006
STS-116 (Endeavour) - NET October 1, 2006
Progress M-58 - October 15, 2006
STS-117 (Atlantis) - NET December 7, 2006
Progress M-59 - December 19, 2006
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/02/2005 07:14 pm
ISS marks five years of a unique 'room with a view'
NASA NEWS RELEASE

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n0511/01issanniversary/
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 11/03/2005 02:50 am
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anik - 2/11/2005  3:14 PM

ISS marks five years of a unique 'room with a view'
NASA NEWS RELEASE

http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n0511/01issanniversary/

Yes, five years with all the issues on NASA side of the partnership, thanks  Russia for stepping in. If it was left to NASA, I don't think this mark would be reached...

All space nations owe it to their crews to ensure that there is a backup plan, this one just played out well.

But talk about timing with the new VSE and all.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Chris Bergin on 11/03/2005 09:24 pm
Good interactive graphic:
http://www.floridatoday.com/multimedia/space/110205spacestation.htm
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 11/04/2005 03:26 am
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Chris Bergin - 3/11/2005  5:24 PM

Good interactive graphic:
http://www.floridatoday.com/multimedia/space/110205spacestation.htm

I still want the cupola launched, its sitting at KSC now... looks like it would fit in a STS mission along with a MPLM. One has to see the arm moving around, yes hidden agenda.. ;)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/04/2005 08:30 am
Space Adventures Announces Japanese Entrepreneur as Next Private Space Explorer
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewpr.html?pid=18176

My note: Daisuke Enomoto will be launched aboard Soyuz TMA-9 on September 13, 2006 and landed aboard Soyuz TMA-8 on September 23, 2006... He wants to make a spacewalk during short flight on ISS!... :o
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/08/2005 06:48 pm
The new RSC Energiya's plan of ISS flight from November 2005 till March 2007:

2005
Soyuz TMA-7 relocate – November 18
> spacewalk from Pirs – December 7
Progress M-55 launch – December 21

2006
> spacewalk from Quest – February
Soyuz TMA-8 launch – March 22
Soyuz TMA-7 landing – April 1
Progress M-56 launch – April 10
Discovery (STS-121) launch – May 3
> 3 spacewalks from Quest
Discovery (STS-121) landing – May 15
Soyuz TMA-8 relocate – May
> spacewalk from Quest – June
Progress M-57 launch – June 28
Atlantis (STS-115) launch – July 1
> 3 spacewalks from Quest
Atlantis (STS-115) landing – July 12
> 2 spacewalks from Pirs – July and August
Soyuz TMA-9 launch – September 13
Soyuz TMA-8 landing – September 23
Soyuz TMA-9 relocate – September
Endeavour (STS-116) launch – October 1
> 3 spacewalks from Quest
Endeavour (STS-116) landing – October 12
Progress M-58 launch – October 18
> 3 spacewalks from Quest – October and November
Atlantis (STS-117) launch – December 7
> 3 spacewalks from Quest
Atlantis (STS-117) landing – December 18
Progress M-59 launch – December 20

2007
> 2 spacewalks from Pirs – January
Progress M-60 launch – February 7
Soyuz TMA-10 launch – March 9
Soyuz TMA-9 landing – March 19
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/18/2005 01:12 pm
MCC-M expert told me yesterday that the next Expedition 12 crew's spacewalk from Pirs airlock will be postponed from December 8, 2005 to January 26, 2006... :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/19/2005 08:07 am
From NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 18 November 2005
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=18736

"As per request from Moscow, and with NASA approval, the next Russian spacewalk (EVA-15) has been rescheduled from currently 12/8 to January next year (e.g., 1/26-1/27), because of a very tight crew schedule and pressing Progress unloading/loading & replacement activities.  The EVA date remains under discussion (the high Solar Beta angle at that time will be the main constraint in determining the date)"
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/22/2005 08:12 pm
I heard that the next Expedition 12 crew's spacewalk from Pirs airlock is postponed from January 26 to February 2, 2006 and crew's possible second spacewalk from Quest airlock unfortunately is canceled...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/22/2005 08:46 pm
From NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 21 November 2005
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=18759

"After the highly successful U.S. EVA-4 on 11/7, which included accomplishment of all get-ahead tasks, NASA specialists have determined that there is no requirement for the originally planned EVA-5 prior to Shuttle Mission ULF1.1 next year. The spacewalk has therefore been taken off the requirements list for the 20P Stage time period. The new date for the Russian EVA-15 has now been set for February 2, ’06, after joined evaluation by Russian and U.S. specialists."
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/24/2005 03:16 pm
South Korea To Send One Of Its Citizens To The ISS
http://www.spacedaily.com/news/spacetravel-05zzzze.html
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: James Lowe1 on 11/25/2005 06:28 pm
I've got no problem with that. After all, it's good money!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/29/2005 07:53 pm
The rumour... MCC-M expert told me that Progress M-54 possibly will not be undocked from ISS on December 20, 2005... MCC-M wants to leave Progress M-54 on ISS because there are much unused oxygen in this cargo ship...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 11/30/2005 03:16 am
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anik - 29/11/2005  3:53 PM

The rumour... MCC-M expert told me that Progress M-54 possibly will not be undocked from ISS on December 20, 2005... MCC-M wants to leave Progress M-54 on ISS because there are much unused oxygen in this cargo ship...


Is there really any rush to dump the ship?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/30/2005 08:53 am
From NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 28 November 2005
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=18824

"The Elektron oxygen generator continues to be off (since 11/26), to allow use of the remaining Progress O2 before 19P undocking on 12/20. [An 8.2 mmHg O2 repress was performed yesterday (11/27).  Section 1 of the Progress tankage is now empty; ~69.5 kg of O2 remain in Section 2.]"

"TsUP/Moscow is looking at a possible delay in 19P undocking (from 12/20) to allow more time for consuming its stored O2 and conducting additional trash disposal.  Ground teams are jointly studying this scenario, under which 20P would still be launched on time and would dock to the DC1 docking compartment's nadir port."
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: DaveS on 11/30/2005 09:28 am
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anik - 30/11/2005  10:53 AM

would dock to the DC1 docking compartment's nadir port.
This sounds interesting. Has any Progress's ever docked to DC1? Will be interesting to see how this plays out in the end.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 11/30/2005 04:17 pm
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Avron - 30/11/2005  7:16 AM

Is there really any rush to dump the ship?

Yes, because Progress M-55 will dock to the same port, on which Progress M-54 is now...

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DaveS - 30/11/2005  1:28 PM

Has any Progress's ever docked to DC1?

Yes, of course... Progress M1-10 in June 2003, for example...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: STS Tony on 12/01/2005 05:06 pm
Was M-54 the Progress that had engine problems when trying to raise the ISS orbit?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 12/01/2005 05:24 pm
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STS Tony - 1/12/2005  9:06 PM

Was M-54 the Progress that had engine problems when trying to raise the ISS orbit?

Yes, of course!...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 12/02/2005 02:52 am
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anik - 30/11/2005  12:17 PM

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Avron - 30/11/2005  7:16 AM

Is there really any rush to dump the ship?

Yes, because Progress M-55 will dock to the same port, on which Progress M-54 is now...

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DaveS - 30/11/2005  1:28 PM

Has any Progress's ever docked to DC1?

Yes, of course... Progress M1-10 in June 2003, for example...

Anik, do you know if two Progress ships can be in close proximity to the station at the same time?  I was just wondering what was the last hour (time wise) for the old progress to be undocked with a new one approaching.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 12/02/2005 12:37 pm
MCC-M expert told me that Progress M-54 will be undocked from ISS on March 3, 2006...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 12/02/2005 01:01 pm
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Avron - 2/12/2005  6:52 AM

Anik, do you know if two Progress ships can be in close proximity to the station at the same time?

Yes, of course, they can... But I think, that it is a very dangerous situation, because it is difficult to operate by two cargo ships simultaneously...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 12/16/2005 07:42 pm
Progress M-56 will be launched not earlier than 15 April 2006...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 12/17/2005 09:16 am
The current plan of ISS flight:

2005
Progress M-55 launch – December 21
Progress M-55 dock (to Pirs) – December 23

2006
Spacewalk from Pirs – February 2
Progress M-54 undock (from Zvezda) – March 3
Soyuz TMA-8 launch – March 22
Soyuz TMA-8 dock (to Zvezda) – March 24
Soyuz TMA-7 undock (from Zarya) & landing – April 1
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 12/20/2005 01:52 pm
Progress M-56 will be launched on April 16, 2006...

The current plan of ISS flight (continuation):

2006
Soyuz TMA-8 relocate (from Zvezda to Zarya) – April 11 or 12
Progress M-56 launch – April 16
Progress M-56 dock (to Zvezda) – April 18
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: SimonShuttle on 12/20/2005 02:16 pm
Love the picture. We even have a flag on the ISS!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 12/24/2005 05:34 pm
Expedition 13 crew will made three spacewalks: one (Jeffrey Williams and Thomas Reiter) from Quest airlock in June 2006 and two (Pavel Vinogradov and Jeffrey Williams) from Pirs airlock in August 2006...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: mcnaut on 12/30/2005 02:25 am
Good grief, it's beginning to look like MIR 2 up there!


(only kidding)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 01/04/2006 01:04 pm
The current plan of ISS flight on 2006...

February 2 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tokarev, McArthur]
March 3 - Progress M-54 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 22 - Soyuz TMA-8 launch [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Pontes]
March 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 docking (to Zvezda)
April 1 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 11/12 - Soyuz TMA-8 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 16 - Progress M-56 launch
April 18 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
May 3 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
May 5 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
May 7, 9, 11 - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
May 13 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 15 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
June - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
June 27 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 28 - Progress M-57 launch
June 30 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
July 1 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
July 3 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
July - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
July 10 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August - two spacewalks from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
September 12 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 13 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 15 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 23 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
September 28 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Fuglesang, Curbeam, Higginbotham, Patrick, S. Williams]
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
October - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
October 10 - Endeavour (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 12 - Endeavour (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Fuglesang, Curbeam, Higginbotham, Patrick, Reiter]
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S. Williams, Tyurin]
December 7 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Swanson, Mastracchio, Forrester, Reilly]
December 9 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
December - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Reilly, Mastracchio, Forrester, Swanson]
December 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Swanson, Mastracchio, Forrester, Reilly]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: hornet on 01/05/2006 12:48 am
thanks for the updated launch plan looks busy but thats good do u have a link to where u got the info?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: ADC9 on 01/05/2006 02:44 am
Anik is very good at saying where he gets info from, so I suspect he got this through his own connections.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 01/05/2006 06:20 pm
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hornet - 5/1/2006  4:48 AM

do u have a link to where u got the info?

Sources:

1. Internal RSC Energiya plan of ISS flight in 2006

2. Plan of events in "NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 3 January 2006"
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=19171
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 01/13/2006 06:49 pm
1. According to http://cbsnews.cbs.com/network/news/space/current.html Soyuz TMA-8 will relocate from Zvezda to Zarya on April 10 (not on April 11/12) and Progress M-55 will undock from Pirs on June 19 (not on June 27)…

2. Expedition 13: Science, Assembly Prep on Tap for Crew ( http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/expeditions/expedition13/exp13_overview.html )

“Plans are taking shape for three spacewalks during Expedition 13. The one U.S. [in June – anik note] and two Russian spacewalks [in August – anik note] will focus on continued outfitting of the station to prepare external hardware for the addition of station elements and tending to external science experiments.

Expedition 13 will see the arrival of two unpiloted Russian Progress cargo vehicles [Progress M-56 on April 18 and Progress M-57 on June 30 – anik note]. The crewmembers also will relocate their Soyuz spacecraft from the Pirs docking port [No!… From the Zvezda aft port!… – anik note] to the Zarya docking port to free the Pirs airlock for spacewalks.”

3. The Expedition 13 photo gallery ( http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-13/ndxpage1.html )
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 01/18/2006 05:10 pm
Expedition 12 crew’s spacewalk will be performed on February 3… Soyuz TMA-8 spacecraft will be launched on March 30 and Progress M-56 cargo ship – on April 24…
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 01/19/2006 02:38 pm
Expedition 12 crew’s spacewalk will begin at 22:20 UTC on February 3 and will end at 04:15 UTC on February 4… Progress M-55 will raise ISS orbit on February 12...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 01/21/2006 08:07 am
The current plan of ISS flight (the updating)...

February 3-4 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tokarev, McArthur]
February 12 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-55
February 22 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-54
March 3 - Progress M-54 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 10 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda
March 30 - Soyuz TMA-8 launch [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Pontes]
April 1 - Soyuz TMA-8 docking (to Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 18 - Soyuz TMA-8 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 01/23/2006 03:09 pm
According to Roskosmos website the flight of the South Korean cosmonaut on ISS is planned in March-April 2008...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 01/26/2006 06:49 pm
The launch of Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft will be on September 14…
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/02/2006 08:14 pm
Soyuz TMA-8 will be relocated from Zvezda to Zarya on April 16...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/04/2006 05:39 pm
Expedition 13 crew's spacewalks from Quest (EVA-5) and Pirs (EVA-16) airlocks possibly will be on June 15 and August 1...

Marcos Pontes's backup possibly will be the Russian cosmonaut Sergey Volkov...

The current plan of ISS flight (all dates on UTC)...

February 11 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-55
February 22 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-54
March 3 - Progress M-54 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 10 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda
March 30 - Soyuz TMA-8 launch [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Pontes]
April 1 - Soyuz TMA-8 docking (to Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 16 - Soyuz TMA-8 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/08/2006 07:41 pm
Pavel Vinogradov told today that Expedition 13 crew will made four spacewalks - two from Quest and two from Pirs airlocks...

In the beginning of February the possible fourth space tourist Daisuke Enomoto (from Japan) again began the preparation to spaceflight (launch will be in September 2006) in Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre... Also Raysiyan will be training together with him (possibly as backup)...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Olaf on 02/08/2006 09:22 pm
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anik - 8/2/2006  2:41 PM

Pavel Vinogradov told today that Expedition 13 crew will made four spacewalks - two from Quest and two from Pirs airlocks...

In the beginning of February the possible fourth space tourist Daisuke Enomoto (from Japan) again began the preparation to spaceflight (launch will be in September 2006) in Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre... Also Raysiyan will be training together with him (possibly as backup)...

Who is Raysiyan?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/09/2006 03:58 pm
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Olaf - 9/2/2006  1:22 AM

Who is Raysiyan?

For the present, unfortunately, I do not know... :( I know his (her? ;) ) surname only and also that he (she? ;) ) will pass the medical inspection on this week... :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/12/2006 11:04 am
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anik - 8/2/2006  11:41 PM

Pavel Vinogradov told today that Expedition 13 crew will made four spacewalks - two from Quest and two from Pirs airlocks...

I have forgotten to add that also according to Vinogradov Expedition 13 crew's first spacewalk from Quest airlock will be... before STS-121 launch!... :o

The current plan of ISS flight (all dates on UTC)...

February 22 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-54
March 3 - Progress M-54 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 10 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda
March 30 - Soyuz TMA-8 launch [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Pontes]
April 1 - Soyuz TMA-8 docking (to Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 16 - Soyuz TMA-8 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
May - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Vinogradov]
May 10 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
May 12 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
May 14 - spacewalk from Discovery airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
May 16 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]  
May 18 - spacewalk from Discovery airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
May 20 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 22 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
June 15 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
June 19 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 28 - Progress M-57 launch
June 30 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
August 1 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
August - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
August 29 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 31 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto (S.Williams)]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto (Reiter)]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: nacnud on 02/12/2006 12:02 pm
I love the picture, I did a classic double take :)

Astronaut, no spacecraft, must be a NASA MMU... wait that's an orlan suit WTF?

Ah suit sat DOH :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Olaf on 02/12/2006 09:16 pm
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anik - 12/2/2006  6:04 AM


The current plan of ISS flight (all dates on UTC)...

September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto (S.Williams)]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto (Reiter)]

Do there are plans for launching S. Williams on Soyuz TMA-9 and for landing of Reiter on Sojus TMA-8?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/13/2006 04:03 pm
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Olaf - 13/2/2006  1:16 AM

Do there are plans for launching S. Williams on Soyuz TMA-9 and for landing of Reiter on Soyuz TMA-8?

It is a backup plan if Shuttles will be grounded again after STS-121... STS-116, on which Reiter should return to Earth, is planned in January-February 2007 already... :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/14/2006 02:20 pm
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Olaf - 9/2/2006  1:22 AM

Who is Raysiyan?

Raishiyan, not Raysiyan... :) He is from Japan... Enomoto and Raishiyan will be confirmed as prime and backup Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft's crewmember respectively at the end of February by Russian Main Medical Commission, if they successfully will pass the medical inspection...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/17/2006 01:01 pm
Changes were included in the programm of the Expedition 12 crew's flight...

Firstly, the Soyuz TMA-7 spacecraft's relocating from the Zarya module to the Zvezda module is planned on March 20...

Secondly, on April 1 the Soyuz TMA-8 spacecraft will dock to the Zarya module, not to the Zvezda module...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/18/2006 07:19 pm
According to MCC-M website ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-54's engines is planned at 17:50 UTC on February 22...

According to William Harwood's (CBS News) website Progress M-54 cargo ship will undock from ISS approximately at 10:00 UTC on March 3...

The current plan of ISS flight (all dates on UTC)...

February 22 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-54
March 3 - Progress M-54 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 10 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda
March 20 - Soyuz TMA-7 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda)
March 30 - Soyuz TMA-8 launch [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Pontes]
April 1 - Soyuz TMA-8 docking (to Zarya)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zvezda) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
May - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Vinogradov]
May 10 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
May 12 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
May 14, 16, 18 - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
May 20 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 22 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
June 15 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
June 19 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 28 - Progress M-57 launch
June 30 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
August 1 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
August - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto (S.Williams)]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto (Reiter)]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/24/2006 11:07 am
I received the plan (possibly it is old already) of Expedition 13 crew’s flight from MCC-M expert…

Expedition 13 crew will made two spacewalks (from Quest airlock on June 2 and from Pirs airlock on July 31/August 1)…

Progress M-56 will undock from Zvezda between August 16 and 23 (it depends on Soyuz TMA-8 relocation’s date)…

Soyuz TMA-8 will relocate from Zarya to Zvezda between August 21 and 29 (it depends on STS-115 launch’s date)…

Soyuz TMA-9 will dock to Zarya…

The current plan of ISS flight

March 3 - Progress M-54 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 10 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda
March 20 - Soyuz TMA-7 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda)
March 30 - Soyuz TMA-8 launch [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Pontes]
April 1 - Soyuz TMA-8 docking (to Zarya)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zvezda) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
May 10 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
May 12 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
May 14, 16, 18 - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
May 20 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 22 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
June 2 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
June 19 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 28 - Progress M-57 launch
June 30 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
July 31/August 1 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
August - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
August - Soyuz TMA-8 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda)
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zarya)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zvezda) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/26/2006 04:12 pm
Progress M-54 cargo ship will undock from aft end port of the Zvezda module at 10:05 UTC...

Soyuz TMA-8 spacecraft will be launched approximately at 02:30:12 UTC on March 30 and will dock to nadir port of the Zarya module approximately at 04:13:48 UTC on April 1...

According to MCC-M expert ISS orbit's raising by the Zvezda module's engines possibly will be postponed from March 10 to March 15...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 02/28/2006 07:58 pm
The updating...

Progress M-54 cargo ship will undock from aft end port of the Zvezda module at 10:06:10 UTC...

MCC-M expert told me today that ISS orbit's raising by the Zvezda module's engines on March 15 probably will be cancelled, if will not be high solar activity, which influences increase of density of atmosphere and, accordingly, on decrease of ISS orbit...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/03/2006 07:52 pm
Progress M-54 undocked from aft end port of the Zvezda module at 10:06:10 UTC and deorbited at 13:05 UTC today... Parts of cargo ship fell into Pacific Ocean approximately at 13:52 UTC...

Soyuz TMA-7 spacecraft possibly will be relocated from Zarya to Zvezda on March 22...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/06/2006 03:11 pm
Soyuz TMA-7 spacecraft will be relocated on March 20... The undocking from nadir port of the Zarya module is planned approximately at 06:45 UTC and the docking to aft end port of the Zvezda module - approximately at 07:22 UTC...

The current plan of ISS flight

March 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda
March 20 - Soyuz TMA-7 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda)
March 30 - Soyuz TMA-8 launch [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Pontes]
April 1 - Soyuz TMA-8 docking (to Zarya)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zvezda) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
May 10 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
May 12 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
May 14, 16, 18 - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
May 20 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 22 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
June 2 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
June 19 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 28 - Progress M-57 launch
June 30 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
August 1 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
August - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
August - Soyuz TMA-8 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda)
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zarya)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zvezda) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/07/2006 02:22 pm
Japanese Entrepreneur Next Space Tourist To Head Into Orbit
http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/Japanese_Entrepreneur_Next_Space_Tourist_To_Head_Into_Orbit.html
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/10/2006 01:00 pm
MCC-M expert told me today that ISS orbit's raising by the Zvezda module's engines is postponed from March 15 to April 19...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: tonyq on 03/11/2006 05:45 pm
"Who is Raysiyan?"
Raishiyan, not Raysiyan... :) He is from Japan... Enomoto and Raishiyan will be confirmed as prime and backup Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft's crewmember respectively at the end of February "



Do we know any more about 'Raishiyan' ?  First name is reported on Spacefacts.com as Arisha, which sounds like a woman.

Tony
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/11/2006 07:16 pm
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tonyq - 11/3/2006  9:45 PM

First name is reported on Spacefacts.com as Arisha, which sounds like a woman

Oops!... :) Yes, Raishiyan is really the woman!... ;)

However, I have not found Arisha in the list of Japanese names ( for example, http://anime.pokeliga.com/index.php?p=japnames&s=f )... :( I think that her name is Arisa or Arishia... :)

Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: astropl on 03/11/2006 07:34 pm
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anik - 11/3/2006  9:16 PM

Quote
tonyq - 11/3/2006  9:45 PM

First name is reported on Spacefacts.com as Arisha, which sounds like a woman

Oops!... :) Yes, Raishiyan is really the woman!... ;)

However, I have not found Arisha in the list of Japanese names ( for example, http://anime.pokeliga.com/index.php?p=japnames&s=f )... :( I think that her name is Arisa or Arishia... :)


But I have found Arisha in the list of RUSSIAN names: http://www.behindthename.com/php/view.php?name=arisha :) Who is she?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/11/2006 07:48 pm
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astropl - 11/3/2006  11:34 PM

Who is she?

As I said earlier, Arisa (or Arishia) Raishiyan will be the backup astronaut of the fourth space tourist Daisuke Enomoto...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/14/2006 08:22 pm
Daisuke Enomoto has told me today that if the Russians will permit him to make a spacewalk then his flight will be lasted 14 – 20 days…
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Jim on 03/14/2006 08:37 pm
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anik - 14/3/2006  3:22 PMDaisuke Enomoto has told me today that if the Russians will permit him to make a spacewalk then his flight will be lasted 14 – 20 days…

If that happens, it will further verify that the ISS is a waste.  My tax dollars are being used by the Russians to make money.  If they want to make money by flying people to a space station, first build it with their own money.  The ISS is an "international" venture with the costs being burden by the taxpayers of the participanting countries.  If the Russian government can't provide their portion, they should bow out and let the remaining countries pay the Russian contractors (which is already happening).  Then those countries can properly dictate who flys to the station.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: tonyq on 03/14/2006 08:56 pm
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anik - 14/3/2006  3:22 PM

Daisuke Enomoto has told me today that if the Russians will permit him to make a spacewalk then his flight will be lasted 14 – 20 days…


Hi Anik - Did Enomoto tell you who his back-up is and why they have been selected ??
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: collectSPACE on 03/14/2006 11:08 pm
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anik - 14/3/2006  3:22 PM

Daisuke Enomoto has told me today that if the Russians will permit him to make a spacewalk then his flight will be lasted 14 – 20 days…

Per [email protected] as of last week, the Russians informed NASA that an EVA for Enomoto was no longer in their plans.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Rocket Guy on 03/14/2006 11:10 pm
Yea, I cannot see NASA letting him make a spacewalk. A line has to be drawn, and that is it. An amateur spacewalk would be too dangerous. Imagine if something went wrong out there with a tourist.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Suzy on 03/15/2006 03:33 am
Oh, thank goodness. Him playing dress-ups is bad enough!

I don't think Yurii Gagarin or Sergei Korolev would be very impressed with the way the Russian space program is now. :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: JulesVerneATV on 03/15/2006 04:26 am
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Suzy - 14/3/2006  10:33 PM

Oh, thank goodness. Him playing dress-ups is bad enough!


What's he going to do, some Pokemon or Godzilla costume ? :o What will they think of next - more Alan Shepard golfers on the ISS  ;)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Suzy on 03/15/2006 05:26 am
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JulesVerneATV - 15/3/2006  4:26 PM
What's he going to do, some Pokemon or Godzilla costume ? :o

Almost...

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9924251/

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Enomoto is a self-described fanboy of the popular Japanese anime series “Gundam” — a futuristic cartoon where humans wage battle wearing giant robot suits. In previous interviews, Enomoto has said that with Russian approval, he would like to dress up as Char Aznable, a popular Darth Vader-like character on the show.

The character:

http://www.gundamofficial.com/worlds//uc/msg/characters/chara_char.html

He is 34!!!! A year younger than me!!
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Suzy on 03/15/2006 06:26 am
... and here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Char_Aznable

(grumbles at 30-minute editing limit)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/15/2006 04:35 pm
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tonyq - 15/3/2006  12:56 AM

Did Enomoto tell you who his back-up is?

I asked!... :) But he said that he has no the right to speak about it... :(

Tony, I know who is his back-up from other source!... :)  

1. It is a woman exactly!... :)

2. Her name is not Arisha or Arisa or Arishia!... :)

3. Her surname is not Raishiyan or Raysiyan, because this surname was thought up in Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center to hide the present surname (or it is her maiden surname)!... :)

4. She is not from Japan!... :)

5. She is a very famous woman!... :)

I am sorry, but I can not publish her name and surname here!... :( You will know who is she most likely in Space Adventures's press release in April!... :)

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tonyq - 15/3/2006  12:56 AM

Why they have been selected?

You know that Enomoto has many million dollars for payment of his spaceflight!... :)

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collectspace - 15/3/2006  3:08 AM

Per [email protected] as of last week, the Russians informed NASA that an EVA for Enomoto was no longer in their plans.

I did not know about it, therefore thanks for the information!... :) It is a very pity... :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: tonyq on 03/15/2006 07:04 pm
Hi Anik

Take a look at :-

http://galspace.spb.ru/index69-one.html

Could it be the lady in the picture half way down this web page ??

I do not recognise her as anyone famous, but perhaps someone else will ??
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Suzy on 03/15/2006 08:08 pm
An image in my head (alternative TMA-9 crew photo)...  :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/15/2006 08:11 pm
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tonyq - 15/3/2006  11:04 PM

Could it be the lady in the picture half way down this web page?

Yes, Tony, it is she!... :) You are very close to a solution of secret!... :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 03/16/2006 04:15 am
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anik - 15/3/2006  4:11 PM

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tonyq - 15/3/2006  11:04 PM

Could it be the lady in the picture half way down this web page?

Yes, Tony, it is she!... :) You are very close to a solution of secret!... :)

Ok, get the pic over to the FIB... who has some serious image processing software and a great database... I dont know who that is.. a singer/pop star?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: nethegauner on 03/16/2006 09:19 am
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anik - 15/3/2006  10:11 PM
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tonyq - 15/3/2006  11:04 PM
Could it be the lady in the picture half way down this web page?
Yes, Tony, it is she!... :) You are very close to a solution of secret!... :)
Hm...

If that really is her, then she can't be too famous. I don't recognize her at first sight.

Now, wait. Is she some kind of, uhm...

...French?  ;)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: collectSPACE on 03/16/2006 05:06 pm
Guys, see the front page of this very website for the answer... she's certainly notable and her name is recognizable among the space and tech crowd, but she's not exactly what I would call a celebrity (nor do I suspect would she describe herself in such a fashion).
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Rocket Guy on 03/16/2006 05:59 pm
Doesn't her doing this kind of contradict the point of the X-Prize. Kind of like if Rutan decided to do it :-) (ok, that would be a little more hypocritical than Ansari).
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: collectSPACE on 03/16/2006 07:39 pm
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Ben - 16/3/2006  12:59 PM

Doesn't her doing this kind of contradict the point of the X-Prize.

Not really, especially when you consider that the Ansaris recently announced a partnership with Space Adventures to build a fleet of suborbital spacecraft for deployment at international spaceports.

Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: tonyq on 03/16/2006 10:39 pm
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collectspace - 16/3/2006  12:06 PM

Guys, see the front page of this very website for the answer... she's certainly notable and her name is recognizable among the space and tech crowd, but she's not exactly what I would call a celebrity (nor do I suspect would she describe herself in such a fashion).

Robert - I am pleased we have managed to identify this person and make the information public. Someone may have been a little careless allowing that picture to be published which was on the link I published yesterday and it seems this back-up assignment has been announced much earlier than was intended.

!960's and 70's style Soviet Space sleuthing is alive and well !!

Seriously though, this lady is obviously very passionate about spaceflight, is prepared to put her money into promoting it,  and I hope this back-up assignment  leads to a prime assignment on Soyuz TMA-10, where there seems to be an empty seat at present.

 


Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Suzy on 03/17/2006 01:11 am
I wonder how Nadezhda Kuzhel’naya will be feeling upon learning about this (Nadezhda was the last professional female Russian cosmonaut, who retired in 2004 because she was never given any flight opportunities - the closest she got was backup for Dennis Tito).  :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: tonyq on 03/17/2006 07:25 am
Nadezhda Kuzhel’naya was actually back-up to Claudie Haignere on Soyuz TM-33 in October 2001. She was not involved in the Tito flight, having been withdrawn from the scheduled crew to make way for Tito.

I sure she was very disappointed and frustrated to leave the cosmonaut team without getting into space, after giving 10 years of her life to her training. However she has seen Haignere fly, Peggy Whitson will ride a Soyuz in 2007 and there is a good chance the Malaysian cosmonaut on the same flight will also be a woman. There are other NASA women in line for Soyuz taxi flights, down the line, so I can't imagine a wealthy paying female space tourist would alter her view of life a great deal.

Also, bear in mind that Ansari will only be serving as back-up, which is the same position as  Kuzhel’naya achieved, and there is no mention at this stage of her actually going into space.
Gregory Olsen's back-up on Soyuz TMA-7 last year was a Moscow based official of Space Adventures, Sergey Kostenko, and he has now disappeared from the picture, with no likelihood of a flight. Ansari also has business associations with Space Adventures, so the position here could be similar, although there is no doubt that, in her case, she has the wealth to pay for the trip.

A vacant seat appears to be available on Soyuz TMA-10 in March 2007, but if she is lined up for that flight, why spend six months as a back-up now ??

 

Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: MartianBase on 03/18/2006 09:41 am
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Suzy - 15/3/2006  3:08 PM

An image in my head (alternative TMA-9 crew photo)...  :)

very funny
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/18/2006 11:48 am
As you know, STS-121 flight was postponed from May 10 to July 1, therefore I publish a new preliminary plan of ISS flight in 2006...

March 20 - Soyuz TMA-7 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda)
March 30 - Soyuz TMA-8 launch [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Pontes]
April 1 - Soyuz TMA-8 docking (to Zarya)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zvezda) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 19 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda
April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
June 19 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 28 - Progress M-57 launch
June 30 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
July 1 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
July 3 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
July 5, 7, 9 - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
July 11 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 13 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
July - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
August - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
November 16 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Fuglesang, Curbeam, Higginbotham, Patrick, S. Williams]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
November - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
November 25 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 27 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Fuglesang, Curbeam, Higginbotham, Patrick, Reiter]
December - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S. Williams, Tyurin]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 03/19/2006 03:20 pm
How I would like to see that plan unfold... Do they not have to get the moble transporter on the ISS working again?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/19/2006 07:28 pm
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Avron - 19/3/2006  7:20 PM

Do they not have to get the mobile transporter on the ISS working again?

Piers Sellers and Michael Fossum should return MT to the work during the second STS-121 spacewalk...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 03/20/2006 12:12 am
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anik - 19/3/2006  3:28 PM

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Avron - 19/3/2006  7:20 PM

Do they not have to get the mobile transporter on the ISS working again?

Piers Sellers and Michael Fossum should return MT to the work during the second STS-121 spacewalk...

Thanks Anik...

Nasa really must do something about their web sites:
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/shuttlemissions/sts121_overview.html

Has no mention of this repair but it was mentioned in the news conference.

Did they find out why the cable was cut in the first place?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/27/2006 03:18 pm
Rumour: I heard today that spacewalk of Expedition 13 crew from Pirs airlock is moved from August to June...

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anik - 18/3/2006  4:48 PM

November 16 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Fuglesang, Curbeam, Higginbotham, Patrick, S. Williams]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
November - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
November 25 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 27 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Fuglesang, Curbeam, Higginbotham, Patrick, Reiter]

As you know, STS-116 mission is planned from December 14 till December 25 now... Therefore Progress M-59 launch (December 20) will be possibly postponed...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: STS-Chris on 03/27/2006 05:12 pm
So if the new NET launch date of STS-118 is June 14, then is August 23 the new date for STS-120, isn't? And STS-122 on October 11 and so on...?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 03/27/2006 06:24 pm
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STS-Chris - 27/3/2006  9:12 PM

So if the new NET launch date of STS-118 is June 14, then is August 23 the new date for STS-120, isn't? And STS-122 on October 11 and so on...?

Chris, I remind you that all missions after STS-118 have TBD launch dates in the last manifest...

I do not think that old STS-123 launch date (August 23, 2007) will be new STS-120 launch date and old STS-124 launch date (October 11, 2007) will be new STS-122 launch date...

Let's not hurry up!... ;) Possibly we shall know new "after STS-118" launch dates in the next manifest!... :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Jason on 04/03/2006 02:46 pm
Are there any links depicting what the ISS assembly sequence will look like as individual components are sent up. Something for example that would show what the station will look like after the STS-115 mission.  
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/04/2006 03:38 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 13 crew flight

April 8 - Soyuz TMA-7 undocking (from Zvezda) & landing [Tokarev, McArthur, Pontes]
April 19 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda
April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
May 4 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56
May or June - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
June 9 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56
June 19 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 28 - Progress M-57 launch
June 30 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
July 1 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
July 3 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
July 5, 7, 9 - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
July 11 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 13 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
July or August - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: sammie on 04/04/2006 04:03 pm
What if STS-121 isn't the big safety succes we all hope its going to be and thereby delaying STS-115. Will Reiter then return TMA-8 in September or will his mission be extended to the return of TMA-9 a couple of months later?

If he returns with TMA-8 there will be one frakked of Japanese guy for sure.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/04/2006 08:11 pm
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sammie - 4/4/2006  8:03 PM

What if STS-121 isn't the big safety succes we all hope its going to be and thereby delaying STS-115. Will Reiter then return TMA-8 in September or will his mission be extended to the return of TMA-9 a couple of months later?

Probably you also mean the delaying of STS-116, on which he should return to Earth... I think that he will return aboard Soyuz TMA-9 in this case...

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sammie - 4/4/2006  8:03 PM

If he returns with TMA-8 there will be one frakked of Japanese guy for sure.

Yeah... But if he will return aboard Soyuz TMA-9 then Simonyi or Ansari will not be launched aboard Soyuz TMA-10...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Suzy on 04/05/2006 06:48 am
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anik - 5/4/2006  8:11 AM

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sammie - 4/4/2006  8:03 PM

If he returns with TMA-8 there will be one frakked of Japanese guy for sure.

Yeah... But if he will return aboard Soyuz TMA-9 then Simonyi or Ansari will not be launched aboard Soyuz TMA-10...

Somehow I can't feel too upset about that... :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: rosbif73 on 04/05/2006 07:20 am
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anik - 4/4/2006  10:11 PM
Yeah... But if he will return aboard Soyuz TMA-9 then Simonyi or Ansari will not be launched aboard Soyuz TMA-10...

If Reiter does need to come down on TMA-9, is he qualified as a Soyuz descent commander? i.e. could the Russians leave Tyurin up there for 12 months and keep a paying customer on TMA-10?

(Or, perhaps more likely, would any further significant shuttle delays kill ISS altogether?)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/05/2006 04:25 pm
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rosbif73 - 5/4/2006  11:20 AM

is he qualified as a Soyuz descent commander?

Yeah...

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rosbif73 - 5/4/2006  11:20 AM

could the Russians leave Tyurin up there for 12 months and keep a paying customer on TMA-10?

Then Kotov, Yurchikhin and Tyurin (three Russian!) will be aboard ISS after Soyuz TMA-9 landing!... :o No, I think it is improbable variant... :)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: tonyq on 04/05/2006 06:16 pm
But if he will return aboard Soyuz TMA-9 then Simonyi or Ansari will not be launched aboard Soyuz TMA-10...[/QUOTE]


Anik - I thought that the statements released in the last few days put Simonyi on TMA-10 and left Ansari out in the cold, once she has finished backing-up Enomoto, or did I misunderstand something ??
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/06/2006 06:54 pm
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tonyq - 5/4/2006  10:16 PM

I thought that the statements released in the last few days put Simonyi on TMA-10 and left Ansari out in the cold

Of course, Simonyi only!... :) I add her, because I want very much, that Ansari will fly to ISS too!... ;)
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Olaf on 04/06/2006 09:43 pm
Are there any plans for flights 0f the 2 Kazach cosmonauts, who are finished the OKP last summer?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/07/2006 03:30 pm
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Olaf - 7/4/2006  1:43 AM

Are there any plans for flights of the 2 Kazakh cosmonauts, who are finished the OKP last summer?

Excellent question, Olaf!... :) But I, unfortunately, do not know the answer... :( I know only that Kazakhstan wants, that Russia will include their cosmonauts in crews for the long duration flights aboard ISS... But I think, that Aimbetov and Aymakhanov flights are impossible until 2009, when the ISS crew will consist of six persons...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/09/2006 12:36 pm
MCC-M expert has told me today that spacewalk of Expedition 13 crew from Pirs airlock will be in the end of May or in the beginning of June...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/10/2006 03:57 pm
MCC-M expert has told me today that Progress M-57 will be launched on June 18 or June 20...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/11/2006 03:42 pm
Extractions from NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 10 April 2006
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=20230

"RSC-Energia is considering moving the launch date of Progress M-57/22P from the current 6/28 to approximately 10 days earlier, and a commensurate adjustment in the date of the Russian EVA-16 to the 6/10-14 time period. [Reason: to complete Progress M-56/21P loading by 5/20 and keep its hatches closed afterwards. The date shift will require considerable a-priori analysis work by JSC thermal engineers.]"

"05/20/06 -- Progress M-56/21P loading complete; hatches closed
06/14-16/06 -- Russian EVA-16
06/17/06 -- Progress M-55/20P undocking (DC1) & reentry
06/18/06 -- Progress M-57/22P launch
06/20/06 -- Progress M-57/22P docking (DC1)"
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/20/2006 01:57 pm
MCC-M expert has told me today that the Expedition 13 spacewalk from Pirs airlock will be at the period from June 1 till June 9...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/20/2006 02:57 pm
Test raise of ISS orbit by Zvezda module's engines was not performed yesterday because protective cap of one of KD engines has not opened fully before maneuver...

Current plan of the Expedition 13 crew flight

April 24 - Progress M-56 launch
April 26 - Progress M-56 docking (to Zvezda)
May 4 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56
June - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
June 9 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56
June 17 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 18 - Progress M-57 launch
June 20 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
July 1 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
July 3 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
July 5, 7 - two spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
July 11 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 13 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
July or August - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/21/2006 02:39 pm
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anik - 20/4/2006  5:57 PM

MCC-M expert has told me today that the Expedition 13 spacewalk from Pirs airlock will be at the period from June 1 till June 9...

According to William Harwood this EVA will be on June 1...
http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 04/22/2006 10:21 am
According to NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 21 April 2006 ( http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=20339 ) STS-117 launch is planned on February 22, 2007 (not on March 22, 2007 as earlier), STS-118 launch - on June 11, 2007 (not on June 14, 2007) and Expedition 14 crew will perform four spacewalks (one - from Pirs airlock in November 2006, three - from Quest airlock on 22, 26 and 31 January 2007)...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/11/2006 06:57 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 13 crew flight

June 1 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Vinogradov, J. Williams]
June 9 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56
June 19 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 24 - Progress M-57 launch
June 26 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
July 1 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
July 3 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
July 5, 7 - two spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
July 11 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 13 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
July - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Rapoc on 05/11/2006 08:57 pm
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anik - 22/4/2006  12:21 PM
Expedition 14 crew will perform four spacewalks (one - from Pirs airlock in November 2006, three - from Quest airlock on 22, 26 and 31 January 2007)

Three spacewalks in a very short timeframe. Does anybody know what the EX14 will do in these three spacewalks?

Rapoc
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/12/2006 02:51 pm
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Rapoc - 12/5/2006  12:57 AM

Does anybody know what the EX14 will do in these three spacewalks?

After STS-116 flight, according to "ISS Monthly Program Review" (September 17, 2004), ISS Expedition crew should stow two Photovoltaic Radiators (PVR) of Early External Ammonia Thermal Control System (EEATCS), activate Loops A and B of External Ammonia Thermal Control System (EATCS) and remove a shroud from Rotary Joint Motor Controller (XPOP/RJMC) on P3 truss... But, as you can see, it is a very old plans...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/16/2006 04:48 pm
According to William Harwood ( http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html ) the Expedition 13 crew's spacewalk on June 1-2 from Pirs airlock should begin at 22:40 UTC and should end at 04:38 UTC...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: dutch courage on 05/17/2006 04:05 pm
What's with the balloons onboard the ISS? I saw them during the commentary hour. Nobody on expedition 13 has his birthday.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/19/2006 01:26 pm
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dutch courage - 17/5/2006  7:52 PM

What's with the balloons onboard the ISS? I saw them during the commentary hour. Nobody on expedition 13 has his birthday.

Do you mean this balloons (see an image below)? If "yes", then this is a small satellites, which are used in SPHERES experiment... If "no", then I do not know an answer, unfortunately...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 05/30/2006 06:23 pm
From http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html

Progress M-55 undocking is planned approximately at 14:01 UTC on June 19 and Progress M-57 docking - approximately at 16:27 UTC on June 26...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/14/2006 06:33 pm
According to MCC-M expert, the undocking of Progress M-55 cargo ship from Pirs Module is planned at 14:06:50 UTC on June 19...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/15/2006 08:49 am
According to MCC-M expert, the docking of Progress M-57 cargo ship to Pirs Module is planned at 16:40 UTC on June 26...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/15/2006 04:30 pm
The second spacewalk of Expedition 13 crewmembers Jeffrey Williams and Thomas Reiter is planned on August 3...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/17/2006 07:56 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 13 crew flight

June 19 - Progress M-55 undocking (from Pirs)
June 24 - Progress M-57 launch
June 26 - Progress M-57 docking (to Pirs)
July 1 - Discovery (STS-121) launch [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers, Reiter]
July 3 - Discovery (STS-121) docking (to PMA-2)
July 5, 7, 9 - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Sellers, Fossum]
July 12 - Discovery (STS-121) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 14 - Discovery (STS-121) landing [Lindsey, M. Kelly, Fossum, Nowak, Wilson, Sellers]
August 3 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
NET August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
NET August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Burbank, MacLean]
NET September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
NET September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) & landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: dutch courage on 06/18/2006 10:45 am
I finaly found an article on the unidentified balloons onboard the ISS.
The balloons were actually part of a surprise birthday greeting for Jeff William's wife during a private family session a few weeks ago.

Full article: http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewnews.html?id=1135
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/19/2006 04:45 pm
Progress M-55 was successfully undocked from Pirs Module at 14:06:35 UTC today... The cargo ship should be deorbited at 17:06:00 UTC...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 06/22/2006 09:15 am
The updating: Progress M-57 will dock to Pirs Module approximately at 16:30 UTC on June 26...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/16/2006 12:11 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 13/14 crew flight

August 3 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
August 31 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 1 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean]
September 3 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
October 31 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 18 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 20 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 22 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 24 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 26 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 22 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 26 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 31 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi/Ansari]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi/Ansari]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/21/2006 07:04 pm
The updating of information about STS-116 flight...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14 crew flight

July 26 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56 - the beginning at 04:55 UTC
August 3 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter] - the beginning at 13:55 UTC
August 25 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 30 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
August 31 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 1 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean]
September 3 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
October 31 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria] - see P.S.
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 24 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 26 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 22 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 26 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 31 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi/Ansari]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi/Ansari]

P.S.: International Space Station Tee Off Approved By NASA
http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/International_Space_Station_Tee_Off_Approved_By_NASA_999.html
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Norm Hartnett on 07/21/2006 07:26 pm
Now how cool would it be if Ansari became the first spacewalking tourist?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Jim on 07/21/2006 07:49 pm
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Norm Hartnett - 21/7/2006  3:13 PM

Now how cool would it be if Ansari became the first spacewalking tourist?

Not going to happen
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Avron on 07/21/2006 11:22 pm
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Jim - 21/7/2006  3:36 PM

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Norm Hartnett - 21/7/2006  3:13 PM

Now how cool would it be if Ansari became the first spacewalking tourist?

Not going to happen


We may find out in March
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/26/2006 07:00 pm
ISS orbit was successfully raised by 1.3 kilometres by Progress M-56 cargo ship at 04:58 UTC today... The next ISS orbit's raising is planned on August 23 and will be very important for Soyuz TMA-9 launch and Soyuz TMA-8 landing dates...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 07/31/2006 08:10 pm
According to my source, the landing of Expedition 13 is planned now on September 25...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14 crew flight

August 3 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [J. Williams, Reiter] - from 13:55 till 20:15 UTC
August 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56
August 27 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 29 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
August 30 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
August 31 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean]
September 2 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 5 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 13 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 25 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) (possibly October 10)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
October 31 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria] (possibly November 22/23)
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 22 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 19)
January 26 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 23)
January 31 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 27)
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi/Ansari]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi/Ansari]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/05/2006 04:48 pm
Now the undocking of Progress M-56 cargo ship from the Zvezda Service Module is planned on September 15 (between Soyuz TMA-9 launch and docking)...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14 crew flight

August 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56
August 27 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
August 29 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
August 30 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
August 31 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean]
September 2 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 5 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto]
September 15 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 25 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) (possibly October 10)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
October 31 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria] (possibly November 22/23)
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 22 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 19)
January 26 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 23)
January 31 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 27)
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi/Ansari]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi/Ansari]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Spiff on 08/05/2006 06:33 pm
I have some questions about orbit raising that some of you may be able to answer. :)

1. Are progress vehicles the only vehicles used for orbit raising? I seem to remember the shuttle doing orbit raise manoeuvers too, but I am not sure.
2. Is it necessary for a progress to be docked to the Zvezda docking port to do an orbit raising burn? Or can it do that also from Pirs or Zarya?
3. Can the ISS raise it's orbit on it's own using it's own thrusters? Or does it require a progress to do so?

Thanks in advance!
Spiff :)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Jim on 08/05/2006 08:02 pm
1.  Both are used
2.  Zvezda port only
3.  They tried recently and there was a problem (thruster cover wouldn't retract due to some interference).  They are going to try again, some time
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Spiff on 08/05/2006 08:16 pm
Ah, yes, now I remember Vinogradov and Williams investigating the cause of the thruster interference on their EVA in June(?)

Thanks Jim

One more. If the shuttle raises the ISS orbit does it use its OMS or RCS? I'm asking because I don't quite see what thrusters it would use if it is docked to Destiny (PMA3?) it seems almost all thrusters are in the wrong direction. What am I missing? Or does it only do orbit raising when docked to PMA2?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: hop on 08/05/2006 08:36 pm
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2.  Zvezda port only
Not true. They recently did a reboost from a progress docked at Pirs. Presumably, it requires more propellant to be used for attitude control, since it is significantly out of line with the center of mass.

See http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=19624

Also, only one of the covers on the main engines failed to open (due to interference from an antenna). They stated that a reboost could be done with the other engine.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: hektor on 08/05/2006 08:41 pm
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: hektor on 08/05/2006 08:41 pm
ATV will be able to reboost as well... next year.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Jim on 08/05/2006 08:42 pm
Quote
Spiff - 5/8/2006  4:03 PM

Ah, yes, now I remember Vinogradov and Williams investigating the cause of the thruster interference on their EVA in June(?)

Thanks Jim

One more. If the shuttle raises the ISS orbit does it use its OMS or RCS? I'm asking because I don't quite see what thrusters it would use if it is docked to Destiny (PMA3?) it seems almost all thrusters are in the wrong direction. What am I missing? Or does it only do orbit raising when docked to PMA2?

I stand correct on the progress docking port.

Shuttle uses RCS.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/17/2006 11:21 am
I have updated the information about STS-115 flight and added main events (a lot of assumptions there!) of Expedition 15...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15 crew flight

August 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56 - 16:04 UTC
August 27 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean] - 20:30 UTC
August 29 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2) - 16:38 UTC
August 30 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper] - 14:30 UTC
August 31 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean] - 14:30 UTC
September 2 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper] - 14:30 UTC
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2) - 18:29 UTC
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean] - 16:02 UTC
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto] - 05:44 UTC
September 15 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda) - 07:00 UTC
September 25 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto]
------------------------------------
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) (possibly October 10)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
October 31 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria] (possibly November 22/23)
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 22 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 19)
January 26 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 23)
January 31 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 27)
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi/Ansari]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi/Ansari]
------------------------------------
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 30 - Progress M-61 launch
May 2 - Progress M-61 docking (to Zvezda)
May/July - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov] (possibly for relocation of three SMDPs from PMA-3 to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June 14 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 16 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 18 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, unknown astronaut]
June 19 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, unknown astronaut]
June 20 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - Progress M-61 undocking (from Zvezda)
July/August - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch, docking (to Zvezda) and undocking (from Zvezda)
July 31 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 1 - Progress M-62 launch
August 3 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August/September/October - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Russian cosmonauts, Whitson, Tani] (possibly for Node 2 relocation and P1 radiators deploying)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Malaysian astronaut]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Malaysian astronaut]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/18/2006 05:13 am
Crewmembers of Expedition 14 Mikhail Tyurin and Michael Lopez-Alegria will perform one spacewalk (VKD-17) from the Pirs airlock on October 31 or November 22/23, 2006...

Mikhail will possibly wear Orlan-M No. 0240027 spacesuit and Michael - Orlan-M No. 0520025... It should be the last using of spacesuit No. 0520025, because its guaranteed resource expires in December 2006... After that this spacesuit may be used only in case of need... The first Orlan-MK spacesuit (new modification!) will be delivered on ISS in the middle of 2007...

Tasks of the Russian VKD-17 spacewalk:

1. Installation of Russian "Vsplesk" science equipment on the Zvezda Service Module, which was made by the Moscow Engineering-Physical Institute (MIFI) and will monitor seismic effects (bursts of high energy particles) in a circumterraneous space

2. Installation of Russian "BTN-Neytron" science equipment on the Zvezda Service Module, which was produced by Institute of Space Researches of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IKI RAN) and will study streams of fast and thermal neutrons

3. Removing of SKK No. 5-SM materials exposure container and installation of SKK No. 9-SM on the Zvezda Service Module

4. Performing of KNT-34 "Golf" commercial experiment on the Pirs airlock

5. (TBD) Installation of additional intermediate arm for WAL2 antenna on the Zvezda Service Module (it is related to cancelled ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines on April 19)

6. (TBD) Inspection of mechanisms of fixing and bolt connections of GStM-2 cargo crane on the Pirs airlock
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/18/2006 09:23 pm
I have included times from here (http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html), which relate to STS-115 events and Soyuz TMA-8/Soyuz TMA-9 changing...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15 crew flight

August 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56 - 16:04 UTC
August 27 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean] - 20:30 UTC
August 29 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2) - 16:38 UTC
August 30 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper] - 14:30 UTC
August 31 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean] - 14:30 UTC
September 2 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper] - 14:30 UTC
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2) - 18:31 UTC
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean] - 16:04 UTC
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Enomoto] - 05:45:01 UTC
September 15 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda) - 07:08 UTC
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) - 23:24 UTC
September 25 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Enomoto] - 02:45 UTC
------------------------------------
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) (possibly October 10)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
October 31 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria] (possibly November 22/23)
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 22 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 19)
January 26 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 23)
January 31 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 27)
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi/Ansari]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi/Ansari]
------------------------------------
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 30 - Progress M-61 launch
May 2 - Progress M-61 docking (to Zvezda)
May/July - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov] (possibly for relocation of three SMDPs from PMA-3 to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June 14 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 16 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 18 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, unknown astronaut]
June 19 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, unknown astronaut]
June 20 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - Progress M-61 undocking (from Zvezda)
July/August - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch, docking (to Zvezda) and undocking (from Zvezda)
July 31 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 1 - Progress M-62 launch
August 3 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August/September/October - three spacewalks from Quest airlock [Russian cosmonauts, Whitson, Tani] (possibly for Node 2 relocation and P1 radiators deploying)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Malaysian astronaut]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Malaysian astronaut]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: Suzy on 08/19/2006 07:54 am
Quote
anik - 18/8/2006  3:00 PM
The first Orlan-MK spacesuit (new modification!) will be delivered on ISS in the middle of 2007...

How is the Orlan-MK modified? And what does the "K" mean? :)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/19/2006 11:15 am
Quote
Suzy - 19/8/2006  11:41 AM

Quote
anik - 18/8/2006  3:00 PM

The first Orlan-MK spacesuit (new modification!) will be delivered on ISS in the middle of 2007...

How is the Orlan-MK modified? And what does the "K" mean?

MK = modernizirovanniy (modernized) and kompyuterizirovanniy (computer aided)...

For the first time Orlan-MK spacesuit contains small digital computer in the special superimposed compartment, which below PLSS compartment... There are onboard radio-telemetering equipment (BRTA) inside the special superimposed compartment in Orlan-DMA/-M/-MK spacesuits also...

The digital computer in Orlan-MK will process the information from various systems of spacesuit... Also it will inform about malfunctions and give out necessary recommendations on the new special liquid crystal screen on a chest part of spacesuit...

Orlan-MK spacesuit will work in two modes: with (as Orlan-MK) or without the using of digital computer (as Orlan-M)...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/19/2006 11:36 am
Quote
anik - 18/8/2006  9:00 AM

4. Performing of KNT-34 "Golf" commercial experiment on the Pirs airlock

Mikhail Tyurin keeps the E21 golf club before the underwater training in the hydrolaboratory of Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre on August 4, 2006... :)

Image from http://www.kosmonavtika.com/golf.html
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/23/2006 02:55 pm
Quote
anik - 18/8/2006  9:00 AM

4. Performing of KNT-34 "Golf" commercial experiment on the Pirs airlock

Golf ball will fly from space station - NASA approves stunt by Russian cosmonaut
http://www.floridatoday.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060823/BREAKINGNEWS/60823001/1007/NEWS02

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15 crew flight

August 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56 - 16:04 UTC
August 27 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean] - 20:30 UTC
August 29 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2) - 16:38 UTC
August 30 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper] - 14:30 UTC
August 31 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean] - 14:30 UTC
September 2 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper] - 14:30 UTC
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2) - 18:31 UTC
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean] - 16:04 UTC
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Ansari] - 05:45:01 UTC
September 15 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda) - 07:08 UTC
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) - 23:24 UTC
September 25 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Ansari] - 02:45 UTC
------------------------------------
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) (possibly October 10)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 23 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 22 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 19)
January 26 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 23)
January 31 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams] (possibly January 27)
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
------------------------------------
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 30 - Progress M-61 launch
May 2 - Progress M-61 docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June 14 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 16 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 18 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, unknown astronaut]
June 19 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, unknown astronaut]
June 20 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 31 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 1 - Progress M-62 launch
August 3 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
September 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Malaysian astronaut]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Malaysian astronaut]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: STS-Chris on 08/23/2006 03:35 pm
This thread should be renamed in "Current plan of launches to ISS 2006/2007" or "Current plan of launches to ISS" would be better.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS on 2005/2006 year
Post by: anik on 08/23/2006 04:55 pm
Quote
STS-Chris - 23/8/2006  7:22 PM

This thread should be renamed in "Current plan of launches to ISS 2006/2007" or "Current plan of launches to ISS" would be better.

I have not a possibility to rename this thread...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15 crew flight

August 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-56 - 16:04 UTC
August 27 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean] - 20:30 UTC
August 29 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2) - 16:38 UTC
August 30 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper] - 14:30 UTC
August 31 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean] - 14:30 UTC
September 2 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper] - 14:30 UTC
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2) - 18:31 UTC
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean] - 16:04 UTC
September 14 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Ansari] - 05:45:01 UTC
September 15 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 16 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda) - 07:08 UTC
September 24 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya) - 23:24 UTC
September 25 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Ansari] - 02:45 UTC
------------------------------------
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 22/23 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 19 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
------------------------------------
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 30 - Progress M-61 launch
May 2 - Progress M-61 docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June 14 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 16 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 18 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, unknown astronaut]
June 19 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, unknown astronaut]
June 20 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 31 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 1 - Progress M-62 launch
August 3 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
September 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Malaysian astronaut]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Malaysian astronaut]

Nice Increment 14 chart from http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/155466main_822_mo_06_14_15_increment_chart_txt.jpg
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 08/24/2006 05:03 am
Extraction from NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 23 August 2006 (http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewsr.html?pid=21806):

"The scheduled ISS reboost by 21P [Progress M-56 - anik's note] Rendezvous & Docking thrusters went off as planned. [The burn took place at 12:04pm EDT, after attitude control handover to Russian MCS (Motion Control System)/thrusters at 9:14am and an attitude change from solar-pointing XPOP (x-axis perpendicular to orbit plane) to earth-fixed LVLH (local vertical/local horizontal). Afterwards, ISS slewed back to XPOP. Attitude control authority returned to US momentum management at 1:00pm. Preliminary data indicate nominal performance: ~9min 4sec burn duration and 2.26 m/s delta-V. Targeted mean altitude increase was ~3.95 km (2.14 n.mi). Tracking update TBD.]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 08/25/2006 01:59 am
I have noticed, that NASA has updated the plan of launches to ISS (http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/structure/iss_manifest.html) today!... :)

According to this plan, STS-122 and STS-123 have new launch dates now: October 2007 instead of September 27, 2007 and December 2007 instead of November 29, 2007 accordingly...

ATV-1 has May 1, 2007 launch date...

MLM has December 2008 launch date... I doubt, because the President of RSC Energiya Nikolay Sevastyanov said 2009 already for a long time, and even this date is TBD...

HTV-1 has February 2009 launch date, but according to document, which in L2 section, it is the old launch date...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/01/2006 10:44 pm
I have updated dates of STS-115 and Soyuz TMA-8/9 events...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15 crew flight

September 6 - Atlantis (STS-115) launch [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September 9 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 10 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean]
September 12 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 14 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 17 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 18 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Ansari]
September 19 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 28 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya)
September 29 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Ansari]
------------------------------------
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 22/23 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]
January 19 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-60 launch
February 9 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
------------------------------------
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 30 - Progress M-61 launch
May 1 - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 2 - Progress M-61 docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June 14 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 16 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 18 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, unknown astronaut]
June 19 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, unknown astronaut]
June 20 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 31 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 1 - Progress M-62 launch
August 3 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Foreman]
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
September 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Malaysian astronaut]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Malaysian astronaut]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/04/2006 02:08 pm
Information from my source:

Soyuz TMA-9 launch - September 18 - 04:08:37 UTC
Soyuz TMA-9 docking - September 20 - 05:28 UTC
Soyuz TMA-8 landing - September 29 - 01:10 UTC

If Atlantis will not be launched on September 6-8, then the launch of Soyuz TMA-9 will be at 05:45:06 UTC on September 14...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: jacqmans on 09/04/2006 04:46 pm
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 20 - Progress M-59 launch
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 22 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)


Is that right ??  There must be a reason why they are going to undock and dock a progress to ISS when STS-116 is also docked there...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/04/2006 08:45 pm
It is the unresolved problem for now... Current rules forbid Progress docking/undocking during staying of Space Shuttle on ISS... The launch of Progress M-59 will be delayed, if STS-116 will be in December...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/10/2006 01:11 pm
I have updated and added (red colour) information about STS-115 and Expedition 14/15/16 events...

Due to STS-116 flight in December, the undocking of Progress M-57 is postponed from December 19, 2006 to January 9, 2007 and Progress M-59 launch is delayed from December 20, 2006 till February 7, 2007... Progress M-57 has resource 180 days, but will fly 199 days...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15/16 crew flight

2006
September 11 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September 12 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 13 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean]
September 15 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 17 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Ansari]
September 19 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 20 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 28 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya)
September 29 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Ansari]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 22/23 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 9 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 19 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 7 - Progress M-59 launch
February 9 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 29 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)  
April 30 - Progress M-60 launch
May 1 - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 2 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - ATV-1 Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 24 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 31 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 1 - Progress M-61 launch
August 3 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August - ATV-1 Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
September - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 17 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Eyharts]
October 19 - Discovery (STS-122) docking
October - three STS-122 spacewalks from Quest airlock
October 30 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking
November 1 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Tani]
November 30 - Progress M-62 launch
December 2 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Doi, Thirsk]
December 8 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking
December - STS-123 spacewalks from Quest airlock
December 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking
December 21 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 23 - Progress M-63 launch
January 25 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [Wakata]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking
February - STS-124 spacewalks from Quest airlock
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [Thirsk]
February 21 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
February 22 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [S.Volkov, Kononenko, South Korean astronaut]
February 24 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
March 3 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Wakata, South Korean astronaut]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gary on 09/10/2006 04:21 pm
Sept 20th landing of Atlantis AND docking on TMA-9? Wow. That is going to be tight.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Spirit on 09/10/2006 04:44 pm
And when will the Progress be undocked? Are there any plans for capsules relocation?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: dutch courage on 09/10/2006 09:15 pm
Quote
Spirit - 10/9/2006  6:31 PM

And when will the Progress be undocked? Are there any plans for capsules relocation?

The Progress will be undocked a few days after STS-115 leaves the ISS.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/11/2006 09:32 am
There will be four spacecrafts in flight simultaneously on September 19 - ISS, Atlantis, Soyuz TMA-9 and Progress M-56... :)

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15/16 crew flight

2006
September 11 - Atlantis (STS-115) docking (to PMA-2)
September 12 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 13 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean]
September 15 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 17 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Ansari]
September 19 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 20 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 28 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya)
September 29 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Ansari]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 22/23 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 9 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 19 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 7 - Progress M-59 launch
February 9 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 29 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)  
April 30 - Progress M-60 launch
May 1 - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 2 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - ATV-1 Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 24 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 31 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 1 - Progress M-61 launch
August 3 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August - ATV-1 Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
September - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 17 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Eyharts]
October 19 - Discovery (STS-122) docking
October - three STS-122 spacewalks from Quest airlock
October 30 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking
November 1 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Tani]
November 30 - Progress M-62 launch
December 2 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Doi, Thirsk]
December 8 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking
December - STS-123 spacewalks from Quest airlock
December 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking
December 21 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 23 - Progress M-63 launch
January 25 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [Wakata]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking
February - STS-124 spacewalks from Quest airlock
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [Thirsk]
February 21 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
February 22 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [S.Volkov, Kononenko, South Korean astronaut]
February 24 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
March 3 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Wakata, South Korean astronaut]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 09/11/2006 09:01 pm
Mmm when is Whitson going down ?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/12/2006 04:19 am
Quote
hektor - 12/9/2006  12:48 AM

when is Whitson going down?

STS-119/15A...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 09/12/2006 06:03 am
So she does a 9 months increment ?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/12/2006 09:23 am
Quote
hektor - 12/9/2006  9:50 AM

So she does a 9 months increment?

About 306 days... Soyuz TMA-11 launch is on September 2, 2007 and Endeavour (STS-119) landing - on July 4, 2008...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/12/2006 02:57 pm
I have added new dates for some events...

Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15/16 crew flight

2006
September 12 - the first STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 13 - the second STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Burbank, MacLean]
September 15 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 17 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Ansari]
September 19 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 20 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 28 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya)
September 29 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Ansari]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 22/23 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 10 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 19 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 7 - Progress M-59 launch
February 9 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
March 23 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
April 8 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)  
April 9 - Progress M-60 launch
April 11 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May 1 (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 17 (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 24 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
August 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 2 - Progress M-61 launch
August 4 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 17 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Eyharts]
October 19 - Discovery (STS-122) docking
October - three STS-122 spacewalks from Quest airlock
October 30 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking
November 1 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Tani]
November 30 - Progress M-62 launch
December 2 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Doi, Thirsk]
December 8 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking
December - STS-123 spacewalks from Quest airlock
December 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking
December 21 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [Wakata]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking
February - STS-124 spacewalks from Quest airlock
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [Thirsk]
February 21 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
February 22 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [S.Volkov, Kononenko, South Korean astronaut]
February 24 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
March 3 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Wakata, South Korean astronaut]
March 12 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Spiff on 09/12/2006 08:25 pm
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anik - 12/9/2006  11:10 AM

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hektor - 12/9/2006  9:50 AM

So she does a 9 months increment?

About 306 days... Soyuz TMA-11 launch is on September 2, 2007 and Endeavour (STS-119) landing - on July 4, 2008...

That would make her the most experienced (in days in space) astronaut from the US.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: DwightM on 09/12/2006 11:13 pm
What's the rationale for having Peggy stay that long?  Is the U.S. just getting its own data for that duration or is it to ensure a U.S. presence?  Also, it looks like they're changing the third crewmember out on nearly every shuttle visit - will that be the new SOP?  Thanks very much for the info anik.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: mike.wright on 09/13/2006 06:10 am
When the Soyuz launches Sept 18th there will be 12 people in orbit.  Is that a record?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: tonyq on 09/13/2006 07:04 am
I believe the record is 13 - six on Mir and seven on the Shuttle. This happened in 1997 when it was reported as equalling the record, so must have also happened prior to that date too.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/13/2006 12:48 pm
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DwightM - 13/9/2006  3:00 AM

What's the rationale for having Peggy stay that long? Is the U.S. just getting its own data for that duration or is it to ensure a U.S. presence?

If Whitson will land aboard Soyuz TMA-11 on 3 March 2008, then there will not be American astronauts aboard ISS till Endeavour (STS-119) docking on 21 June 2008... Therefore Koichi Wakata will land aboard Soyuz TMA-11 instead of her, and Whitson will be the commander of Expedition 17 till STS-119 flight...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 09/13/2006 05:30 pm
The idea is to have an International partner when their modules arrive : Eyharts for Columbus activation, Wakata for JEM, ... this makes two-three months increments and the IPs are happy.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: psloss on 09/13/2006 10:44 pm
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Spirit - 10/9/2006  12:31 PM

And when will the Progress be undocked? Are there any plans for capsules relocation?
For what it's worth, the latest NASA TV schedule for the shuttle mission (STS-115, Rev. J) currently has the Progress undock at 8:28 pm EDT on September 18 (0028 GMT, 19 September).
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/14/2006 08:49 am
Current plan of the Expedition 13/14/15/16 crew flight

2006
September 15 - the third STS-115 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Tanner, Stefanyshyn-Piper]
September 17 - Atlantis (STS-115) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Soyuz TMA-9 launch [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Ansari]
September 19 - Progress M-56 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 20 - Atlantis (STS-115) landing [Jett, Ferguson, Tanner, Burbank, Stefanyshyn-Piper, MacLean]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 docking (to Zvezda)
September 28 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya)
September 29 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Ansari]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 18 - Progress M-58 launch
October 20 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 22/23 - spacewalk from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 10 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 19 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 7 - Progress M-59 launch
February 9 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
March 23 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
March 25 - Raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 8 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)  
April 9 - Progress M-60 launch
April 11 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May 1 (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 17 (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 24 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
August 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 2 - Progress M-61 launch
August 4 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
September 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 17 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Eyharts]
October 19 - Discovery (STS-122) docking
October - three STS-122 spacewalks from Quest airlock
October 30 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking
November 1 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Tani]
November 30 - Progress M-62 launch
December 2 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Doi, Thirsk]
December 8 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking
December - STS-123 spacewalks from Quest airlock
December 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking
December 21 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [Wakata]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking
February - STS-124 spacewalks from Quest airlock
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [Thirsk]
February 21 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
February 22 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [S.Volkov, Kononenko, South Korean astronaut]
February 24 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
March 3 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Wakata, South Korean astronaut]
March 12 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/23/2006 09:27 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight

2006
September 28 - Soyuz TMA-8 undocking (from Zarya)
September 29 - Soyuz TMA-8 landing [Vinogradov, J. Williams, Ansari]
October 10 (TBD) - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 23 - Progress M-58 launch
October 26 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 14 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 17 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 21 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 23 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 10 (or February 6) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 19 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 7 - Progress M-59 launch
February 9 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
March 23 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
March 25 - Raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 8 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)  
April 9 - Progress M-60 launch
April 11 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
April - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
May 1 (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 17 (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 24 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
August 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 2 - Progress M-61 launch
August 4 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August 24 (TBD) - ATV-1 Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 1 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
September 3 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
September/October - three spacewalks (ISS U.S. EVA-10, -11, -12) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
October 17 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Eyharts]
October 19 - Discovery (STS-122) docking
October - three STS-122 spacewalks from Quest airlock
October 30 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking
November 1 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, Whitson]
November 29 - Progress M-62 launch
December 1 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Doi, Thirsk]
December 8 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking
December - three STS-123 spacewalks from Quest airlock
December 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking
December 21 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [Wakata]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking
February - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [Thirsk]
February 21 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
February 22 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [S.Volkov, Kononenko, South Korean astronaut]
February 24 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
March 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Wakata, South Korean astronaut]
March 12 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: TALsite on 09/26/2006 06:06 pm
Help, please!
I'd like to attach a picture... but I don´t know how...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: eeergo on 09/26/2006 07:08 pm
Hi, nice to see another Spanish over here :)

To attach it just click the "reply" button at the bottom of the page (next to the "new thread" one) and, after writing the post, select the "attach a file after posting" box.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: TALsite on 09/26/2006 07:25 pm
I have created this scheme to better "view" the ISS occupation. It´s based on Anik´s updates (thanks Anik; "muchas gracias") . As it helped to me, I hope that it helps somebody more.
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Gracias eeeergo
Carlos
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/27/2006 08:44 am
Very nice scheme, Carlos, thanks!... :) I have some corrections... ;)

1) "ISS-FE2" designation will be better than "ISS-SCO", because, for example, Lopez-Alegria is ISS-SCO now... Also Reiter is not ISS-SCO, Whitson will be ISS-SCO, etc...

2) Williams will be ISS-FE2 always... In Expedition 15 she should have dark blue colour as Yurchikhin and Kotov...

3) Kotov will be ISS-FE1 always, Anderson and Tani - ISS-FE2... In Expedition 15 Tani should have dark blue colour as Yurchikhin and Kotov...

4) Eyharts, Thirsk and Wakata should have green colour as Whitson and Malenchenko...

5) In Expedition 17 Whitson should have pink colour as Volkov and Kononenko... And she will be ISS-CDR till STS-119 docking (21 June 2008), Volkov - ISS-FE1...

6) STS-119 landing is planned approximately on 4 July 2008, therefore duration of Whitson flight will be about 307 days...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: TALsite on 09/27/2006 11:14 am
Trying to do it better...

The design of the Expedition patches will be difficult adding the names!

Regards.  Carlos
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: dutch courage on 09/27/2006 01:25 pm
Will Michael Fincke be on any future expedition? He is currently the back-up Commander for ISS Expedition-13.
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: rosbif73 on 09/27/2006 02:45 pm
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anik - 27/9/2006  10:27 AM
5) In Expedition 17 Whitson should have pink colour as Volkov and Kononenko... And she will be ISS-CDR till STS-119 docking (21 June 2008), Volkov - ISS-FE1...

6) STS-119 landing is planned approximately on 4 July 2008, therefore duration of Whitson flight will be about 307 days...

What's the reasoning behind Peggy Whitson staying up there for so long?
Presumably it is simply to avoid rotating two ISS crew members on STS-124?

Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/28/2006 03:01 am
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dutch courage - 27/9/2006  5:08 PM

Will Michael Fincke be on any future expedition?

Yes, he will be the back-up commander in Expedition 16 and then the prime commander in Expedition 18...

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rosbif73 - 27/9/2006  6:28 PM

What's the reasoning behind Peggy Whitson staying up there for so long?

See here (http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=61&start=239), please...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 09/28/2006 07:54 pm
Interesting to see a Japanese and a South Korean in the same spacecraft.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/30/2006 06:31 am
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight

2006
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 23 - Progress M-58 launch
October 26 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 19 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-59 launch
February 9 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
March 23 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
March 25 - Raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 8 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)  
April 9 - Progress M-60 launch
April 11 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
April - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
May 1 - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 18 - ATV-1 Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 24 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
August 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 2 - Progress M-61 launch
August 4 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August 24 - ATV-1 Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 1 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
September 3 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
September/October - three spacewalks (ISS U.S. EVA-10, -11, -12) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
October 17 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Eyharts]
October 19 - Discovery (STS-122) docking
October - three STS-122 spacewalks from Quest airlock
October 30 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking
November 1 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, Whitson]
November 29 - Progress M-62 launch
December 1 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Doi, Thirsk]
December 8 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking
December - three STS-123 spacewalks from Quest airlock
December 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking
December 21 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [Wakata]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking
February - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [Thirsk]
February 21 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
February 22 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [S.Volkov, Kononenko, South Korean astronaut]
February 24 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
March 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Wakata, South Korean astronaut]
March 12 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 09/30/2006 07:28 am
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]

I guess there is a second pair ?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/30/2006 08:35 am
Quote
hektor - 30/9/2006  11:11 AM

I guess there is a second pair?

William Harwood have here (http://spaceflightnow.com/shuttle/sts116/fdf/manifest.html) such information:

EVA-1: Mastracchio, Williams
EVA-2: Mastracchio, Williams
EVA-3: Mastracchio, TBD
EVA-4: Williams, TBD
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hornet on 09/30/2006 03:46 pm
thats odd that the ATV will take 18 days to get to the iss or is may 1 just a NET date?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 09/30/2006 04:08 pm
Quote
hornet - 30/9/2006  7:29 PM

thats odd that the ATV will take 18 days to get to the iss

ATV will have such long autonomous flight before docking to ISS, because the Europeans want to test all systems of spacecraft... Also during this autonomous flight there will be three rendezvouses with ISS on different distances for test of ATV's optical docking system...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight

2006
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
October 23 - Progress M-58 launch
October 26 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 19 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 23 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
January 27 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-59 launch
February 9 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
March 23 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
March 25 - Raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 8 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
April 9 - Progress M-60 launch
April 11 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
April - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
May 1 - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 18 - ATV-1 Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 24 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
August 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 2 - Progress M-61 launch
August 4 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August 24 - ATV-1 Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 1 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
September 3 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
September/October - three spacewalks (ISS U.S. EVA-10, -11, -12) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
October 17 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Eyharts]
October 19 - Discovery (STS-122) docking
October - three STS-122 spacewalks from Quest airlock
October 30 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking
November 1 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, Whitson]
November 29 - Progress M-62 launch
December 1 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Doi, Thirsk]
December 8 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking
December - three STS-123 spacewalks from Quest airlock
December 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking
December 21 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [Wakata]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking
February - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [Thirsk]
February 21 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
February 22 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [S.Volkov, Kononenko, South Korean astronaut]
February 24 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
March 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Wakata, South Korean astronaut]
March 12 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 09/30/2006 04:33 pm
I wonder what is the rationale for not having a second pair and swapping ?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/01/2006 04:05 pm
I have some information about main tasks of three spacewalks in Expedition 15...

Russian EVA-18 and EVA-19
Pirs airlock, Kotov and Yurchikhin, April 2007

1. Relocation of 3 stacks with 18 Service Module Debris Panels (SMDP) from PMA-3 to the Zvezda Service Module and installation their there (the first 6 SMDPs were delivered by STS-111 and installed by Expedition 5; these new 18 SMDPs will be delivered by STS-116)

2. Installation of Russian "Vsplesk" scientific equipment on the Zvezda Service Module (at first these task was planned for Russian EVA-17 in November 2006, but "Vsplesk" will not be ready to this time)

3. Replacing of failed TV camera for viewing of ATV docking on the Zvezda Service Module (these task should be performed before ATV arrival)

U.S. EVA-9
Quest airlock, Anderson and Yurchikhin (or Kotov), June 2007

1. Helping (cables connect/disconnect) with relocation of PMA-3 from left port to nadir port of Node 1 Unity (these task should be made before STS-120)

2. Jettisoning of Early Ammonia Servicer (EAS) from P6 truss (these task may be performed during STS-118)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/02/2006 02:40 pm
The relocation of Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft is planned at 19:11 UTC (undocking) - 19:39 UTC (docking) on October 10...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/08/2006 11:44 am
New internal RSC Energia's plan of Soyuz TMA and Progress M launches at the period from 2006 till 2009 was published on "Novosti kosmonavtiki" forum...

The circle in this plan means a month of spacecraft's departing from RSC Energia to Baikonur cosmodrome, the triangle – a month of spacecraft's launch...

The upper part of this plan contains an information about old (their serial numbers since 218) and new (modified, which have new digital control system; their serial numbers since 701) Soyuz TMA spacecrafts, bottom part – about old (their serial numbers since 356) and new (modified, which have new digital control system; their serial numbers since 401) Progress M cargo ships...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 10/08/2006 04:23 pm
I don't see an acceleration  of the production rate for 2009 in this one ?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/12/2006 12:20 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight

2006
October 23 - Progress M-58 launch
October 26 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 15-18 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 16-19 - Progress M-59 launch
January 18-21 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)  
January (TBD) - three spacewalks (ISS U.S. EVA-6, -7, -8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 22 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
February 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
February 25 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
February 26 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
February 28 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 3 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 5 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
March 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
March 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
March 23 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
March 25 - Raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 8 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
April 9 - Progress M-60 launch
April 11 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
April - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
May 1 - ATV-1 Jules Verne launch
May 18 - ATV-1 Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
June 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 13 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
June - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
June 22 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 24 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
August 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
August 2 - Progress M-61 launch
August 4 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 11 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 14 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 20 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
August 24 - ATV-1 Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 1 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
September 3 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
September 12 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
September 20 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
September/October - three spacewalks (ISS U.S. EVA-10, -11, -12) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
October 17 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Eyharts]
October 19 - Discovery (STS-122) docking
October - three STS-122 spacewalks from Quest airlock
October 30 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking
November 1 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Walheim, Schlegel, Melvin, Love, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, Whitson]
November 29 - Progress M-62 launch
December 1 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Doi, Thirsk]
December 8 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking
December - three STS-123 spacewalks from Quest airlock
December 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking
December 21 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [Wakata]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking
February - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [Thirsk]
February 21 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
February 22 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [S.Volkov, Kononenko, South Korean astronaut]
February 24 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
March 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Wakata, South Korean astronaut]
March 12 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/17/2006 07:16 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14 crew flight

2006
October 23 - Progress M-58 launch
October 26 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 3 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 1 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
January/February - three spacewalks (ISS U.S. EVA-6, -7, -8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/18/2006 03:22 pm
I have updated info about spacewalks, according to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html

Current plan of the Expedition 14 crew flight

2006
October 23 - Progress M-58 launch
October 26 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 3 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
November 20 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 1 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Kaputnik on 10/19/2006 02:51 pm
Expedition 15 to be delayed until April:
http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/ISS_Crew_Landing_Put_Off_To_Avoid_Spring_Floods_On_Kazakh_Steppe_999.html

Unless I am mistaken this puts the Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft at 220+ days on orbit. I thought it was only rated for 180d orbital storage?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/19/2006 03:14 pm
Quote
Kaputnik - 19/10/2006  6:34 PM

Unless I am mistaken this puts the Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft at 220+ days on orbit

214 days...

Quote
Kaputnik - 19/10/2006  6:34 PM

I thought it was only rated for 180d orbital storage?

180 plus 30 days... For example, Soyuz TM-27 flew 208 days in 1998...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/21/2006 04:40 pm
I have added events of Expedition 15 into the table again...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
October 23 - Progress M-58 launch
October 26 - Progress M-58 docking (to Zvezda)
November 3 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
November 20 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
December 1 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 10 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 18 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
June/July (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
September/October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 10/27/2006 02:10 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
November 28 (approximately) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 18 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
June/July (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
September/October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/05/2006 09:27 am
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
November 28 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May/June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 18 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
June/July (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/06/2006 06:08 am
NASA Increment Definition and Requirements Document for ISS Increment 15 SSP 54015
http://images.spaceref.com/news/2006/SSP54015.pdf

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
November 28 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May/June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 18 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
June/July (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Suzy on 11/06/2006 07:08 pm

anik - 6/11/2006  3:51 PM
 

November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]

Which Orlan spacesuits (i.e. numbers) are being worn for the upcoming spacewalk?

Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/06/2006 07:53 pm
Quote
Suzy - 6/11/2006  10:51 PM

Which Orlan spacesuits (i.e. numbers) are being worn for the upcoming spacewalk?

I think that Lopez-Alegria and Tyurin will use Orlan-M nos. 27 and 26 spacesuits accordingly... I was told that Orlan-M no. 25 has a leak and will be repaired with help of spare parts, arriving aboard Progress M-58 (two new sleeves) and Progress M-59 (new trousers)...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/07/2006 02:40 pm
Quote
anik - 6/11/2006  11:36 PM

Quote
Suzy - 6/11/2006  10:51 PM

Which Orlan spacesuits (i.e. numbers) are being worn for the upcoming spacewalk?

I think that Lopez-Alegria and Tyurin will use Orlan-M nos. 27 and 26 spacesuits accordingly... I was told that Orlan-M no. 25 has a leak and will be repaired with help of spare parts, arriving aboard Progress M-58 (two new sleeves) and Progress M-59 (new trousers)...

Suzy, I am sorry for the wrong information!... :( My source has specified today that Lopez-Alegria will wear spacesuit no. 25 and Tyurin - spacesuit no. 27... New sleeves will be installed onto spacesuit no. 25 on November 14... They and also new trousers will allow to stop leak and prolong spacesuit's guaranteed resource (expires in December 2006) till December 2007...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Suzy on 11/07/2006 07:08 pm
Corrected, thanks! :)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/08/2006 01:57 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
November 29 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 4 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 29 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May/June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 18 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
June/July (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: dutch courage on 11/08/2006 02:18 pm
Anik, in earlier posts you listed the Discovery (STS-116) launch on Decemer 8 but the the launch window opens Dec. 7 and Wayne Hale said the launch date may even be moved up to Dec. 6.

But you could be right, previous launches have been delayed ;)

Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/08/2006 02:57 pm
Quote
dutch courage - 8/11/2006  6:01 PM

Anik, in earlier posts you listed the Discovery (STS-116) launch on Decemer 8 but the the launch window opens Dec. 7 and Wayne Hale said the launch date may even be moved up to Dec. 6

I prefer to use UTC for all dates in my plan... STS-116 launch is officially planned at 02:39 UTC on December 8, for now...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/10/2006 03:31 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
November 29 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 9 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 19 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 4 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 29 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May/June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 18 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
June/July (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: dsmillman on 11/12/2006 08:39 pm
The latest ISS schedule does not show the operations required to move Node 2 from its position on Node 1 after STS-120/10A to the Lab.
In fact there does not seem to be enough time in the schedule to do the required EVA's since STS-122/1E has a launch date of 10/17/2007.
Does anyone have further information on this?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jim on 11/12/2006 09:15 pm
It is done by the station crew, with no shuttle attached
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Norm Hartnett on 11/12/2006 10:14 pm
I am guessing that the Mode 2 move would require a EVA?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: psloss on 11/12/2006 11:31 pm
Quote
Norm Hartnett - 12/11/2006  5:57 PM

I am guessing that the Mode 2 move would require a EVA?
Yes; at a minimum, they would have tasks similar those performed to relocate PMA-2 from Node 1 to the Lab on the 4A and 5A flights.  They need to disconnect the cabling from the PMA to its current location so it can be removed and relocated.  Then after the PMA is attached to the new location, reconnecting the cables.  (The disconnections from Node 1 were done on 4A; both 4A and 5A docked to PMA-3 when it was on the Node 1 nadir CBM.)

There are other things going on with the Node itself, so one stage EVA is likely not enough.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jim on 11/12/2006 11:38 pm
The Increment Definition and Requirements Document (IDRD) provides all the info of what is to be accomplished in each increment

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=5169&posts=1&mid=82546&highlight=idrd&highlightmode=1&action=search#M82546
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/13/2006 04:50 pm
Quote
dsmillman - 13/11/2006  12:22 AM

The latest ISS schedule does not show the operations required to move Node 2 from its position on Node 1 after STS-120/10A to the Lab

I have not included these operations into my table, because I think that the interval (18 days) between STS-120 and STS-122 will be unsufficient (due to ATV-1 undocking and preparation to arriving of Expedition 16 crew) for performing three spacewalks by Expedition 15 crew for Node 2 relocation... I believe that STS-122 will be postponed and these EVAs will be carried out by Expedition 16 crew...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/18/2006 10:41 am
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
November 22/23 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
November 29 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 10 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 19 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 4 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 29 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May/June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 18 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
June/July (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]

Quote
anik - 7/11/2006  6:23 PM

New sleeves will be installed onto spacesuit no. 25 on November 14...

Image below is from http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-14/html/iss014e07859.html

"ISS014-E-07859 (14 Nov. 2006) -- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency, works with a sleeve of a Russian Orlan spacesuit in the Pirs Docking Compartment of the International Space Station"
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Mark Dave on 11/18/2006 08:52 pm
Is teh CRV still being planned to be used  for ISS or was it dropped?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: psloss on 11/18/2006 11:37 pm
Quote
MarkD - 18/11/2006  4:35 PM

Is teh CRV still being planned to be used  for ISS or was it dropped?
Cancelled by O'Keefe in 2002:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crew_Return_Vehicle#Cancellation
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gary on 11/19/2006 01:09 pm
There was an interesting comment from one of the senators during the meetings to discuss budget allocation for the CEV where the senator (and I'm araif I don't know his name) commented that he was a physicist and that the CRV could never have worked because "it broke the laws of physics".
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jeff Bingham on 11/19/2006 09:50 pm
That was likely Representative (not Senator) Vern Ehlers, of Michigan, who is, I believe, the only Physicist on any of the subcommittees that would oversee NASA programs.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gary on 11/19/2006 11:59 pm
Cheers 51D Mascot. I'm from UK so don't know the difference between the different houses or how the comittees work!
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jeff Bingham on 11/20/2006 02:16 am
Hehe...trust me...the less you know the better off you'll be!  It's a pretty arcane, confusing system and process, which seems to operate in its own little bubble of "reality" sometimes. I've spent most of my adult life working in and around it, so it's somewhat second nature to me, I suppose. The main reason I try to explain it to folks at times is because, as twisted and complex and irrelevant as it often seems, it IS a big part of the process by which decisions are made that so dramatically affect the interests of so many of us, and I think it helps to have a sense of how the "beast" actually functions in order to see how decisions and policies are arrived at--and how they might be changed.

I'll probably just demonstrate my own ignorance of the Parliamentary system by suggesting that the primary difference between that and the US system is that in the US system,  the legislative and executive branches are two seperate and distinct entities, each with specific constitutional powers, designed to serve as a check and balance against each other, with the third separate branch of government, the Judiciary, more or less serving as a referee through the interpretation and application of the Constitution in resolving disputes between the other two branches.

Within the legislative branch, the bicameral structure is designed to provide a further check and balance function, by concentrating the "power of the people," if you will, in the House of Representatives, where each Member represents about 600,000 constituents, and the interest of the states in the US Senate, where each state has two Senators. Also, the Representatives must stand for election every two years--and the entire membership stands for election at the same time, while Senators are elected for six-year terms, and only one third of the Senate stands for election every two years. There are other differences between the "powers" of the two chambers, too, but too numerous to go into. (Examples, though, are that all "money" legislative measures, whether taxes or appropriations, must originate in the House, while the Senate has the exclusive role of considering treaties and reviewing and approving Executive and Judicial appointments.)

Regarding Committees, both the House and Senate have committees which hold hearings, conduct investigations, and oversee the conduct of the Executive branch agencies within their defined areas of "jurisdiction." So Members of those Committees end up being sort of the "institutional experts" on the various subject matter within their committee jurisdiction, or scope, because they spend more time looking at the details of those areas of interest, and interacting with the various Executive Branch agencies within their jurisdiction.

There's a quick "primer" on American Government 101 that is I'm sure more than you were interested in hearing, hehe.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jeff Bingham on 11/20/2006 02:20 am
Satellite problems resulted in the message being sent three times, but could only be "edited" and not deleted.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jeff Bingham on 11/20/2006 02:20 am
Satellite problems resulted in the message being sent three times, but could only be "edited" and not deleted.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 11/20/2006 12:48 pm
I would be curious to know why the CRV was "violating the rules of physics". Its design looked pretty mundane to me. The main drawback in retrospect was that it could only be launched by the Shuttle.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jeff Bingham on 11/20/2006 01:51 pm
I was wondering what his issue was, too and tried a look through the hearing transcripts at the House Science Committee website, but couldn't find anything on an initial look. Would likely have been sometime in 2002, but maybe Gary can recall some other details of what he saw or read.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gary on 11/20/2006 03:01 pm
51DMascot - thanks for the intro into American politics - just goes to prove that this site is not just all about space :)

As for the House Science Committee meeting I recall that they were talking about funding for the CEV. I believe it was Scott Horowitz who was being quizzed by various people and they were asking fairly standard questions about what guarentees could be offered that the vehicle could be completed on time and in budget. This particular person made the comment that he was concerned that the CEV could be another X-38 and that when he went to see the X-38 being demostrated he was rebuffed from the questions he asked. Scott Horowitz made a reply saying that he had the same concerns. This was carried on NASA TV sometime in the summer.

Edit for Spelling.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jeff Bingham on 11/20/2006 03:31 pm
Ah...OK...that helps....I'll do some checking and see if I can get a transcript from the hearing, to satisfy curiosity about the specific issue being raised. THANKS!
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/24/2006 05:15 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
November 29 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 10 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 19 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 21 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 4 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 29 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
middle of June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 11/25/2006 10:30 am
what is the current plan for Expedition 17 ? I thought it was Magnus (on STS-119) and then Chamitoff (on STS-126), but spacefacts.de seems to consider that it's Chamitoff all along
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/25/2006 07:34 pm
Quote
hektor - 25/11/2006  2:13 PM

what is the current plan for Expedition 17? I thought it was Magnus (on STS-119) and then Chamitoff (on STS-126), but spacefacts.de seems to consider that it's Chamitoff all along

Sandra Magnus is to be launched on STS-119 and Gregory Chamitoff - on STS-126... It was the last information, which I heard...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
November 29 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 10 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 19 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 (TBD) - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 (TBD) - Progress M-59 launch
January 21 (TBD) - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 4 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 29 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
middle of June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock (Kotov, Yurchikhin)
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jeff Bingham on 11/26/2006 03:57 am
Quote
Gary - 19/11/2006  7:52 AM

There was an interesting comment from one of the senators during the meetings to discuss budget allocation for the CEV where the senator (and I'm araif I don't know his name) commented that he was a physicist and that the CRV could never have worked because "it broke the laws of physics".

I finally tracked down this exchange of comments I believe Gary was referring to, so to "close the loop" on this, it was during a September 28, 2006 hearing of the House Science Committee on Development of the CEV. Dr./Congressman Ehlers, during the question period after testimony was presented, mentioned that he had visited the X-33 development operations in California and got no satisfactory answer about the feasibility of the technology to be employed in the system, and his belief that it wouldn't work. It's subsequent cancellation, and the loss of a $2 to $3 billion investment was something he wanted to be sure was avoided in CEV development. Doc Horowitz agreed, and said that he, too, had visited the X-33 project, and said he had the very same feelings. "It was trying to violate the laws of physics and that is expensive."

So..it was the X-33 they were both being critical of from a level-of-technological-readiness perspective, not the CRV. (This all from a copy I was provided of the transcript of the hearing, which has not yet been published by the Committee; pages 64-65 of the transcript.)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 11/26/2006 08:25 am
I think this makes more sense, because I really don't see what was wrong, from a feasibility standpoint I mean, with the X-38.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 11/26/2006 09:39 am
According to information from Novosti kosmonavtiki forum, the launch of modernized Soyuz TMA (11F732 no. 701) spacecraft is postponed till October 2009...

Also RSC Energia is again discussing plan with four Soyuz TMA launches in year since 2009...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/02/2006 10:23 am
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight

2006
December 4 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
December 8 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 10 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 10/11 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 12/13 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 16 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 19 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 21 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
TBD - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
February 15 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 4 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 29 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
middle of June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/09/2006 11:01 am
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2006
December 10 - Discovery (STS-116) launch [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, S.Williams]
December 11 - Discovery (STS-116) docking (to PMA-2)
December 12/13 - the first STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 14/15 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 16/17 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 21 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 21 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 15 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
February - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 4 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 29 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
middle of June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/13/2006 07:37 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2006
December 14/15 - the second STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 16/17 - the third STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, S.Williams]
December 18 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 21 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 15 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
February - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 4 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 29 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
middle of June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin/Kotov]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/17/2006 09:01 am
I have updated events of STS-116 mission using information from CBS News STS-116 Status Reports (http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/current.html)...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2006
December 18 - the fourth (unscheduled) STS-116 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Curbeam, Fuglesang]
December 19 - Discovery (STS-116) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 22 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
end of February - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
middle of June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - four STS-118 spacewalks from Quest airlock
July 10 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September 10 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 12 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 13 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Foreman, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/20/2006 05:39 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2006
December 22 - Discovery (STS-116) landing [Polansky, Oefelein, Patrick, Curbeam, Fuglesang, Higginbotham, Reiter]

2007
January 17 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
middle of June - two spacewalks (ISS Russian EVA-18, -19) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, TBD]
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, TBD]
July - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 8 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 28 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 29 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 8 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, South-Korean astronaut]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, South-Korean astronaut]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: SMS on 12/21/2006 09:18 pm

Quote
anik - 20/12/2006 7:22 PM
...
2008
January 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
...
TBD => Koichi Wakata (JPN)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch [... R. Thirsk (CAN)]
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
...

March 8 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing [...Koichi Wakata (JPN)]
...

April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, South-Korean astronaut]
...

April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, R. Thirsk (CAN), South-Korean astronaut]

?

Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Analyst on 12/22/2006 01:45 pm
With STS-122 in December 2007 (from October 17th) and STS-123 in January 2008, the turnaround problem resulting from a possible White Sands landing today should be smaller. We get about 45 days from going into December 2007 with STS-122. Is this for real? 4 flights in 2007?

Analyst
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/22/2006 03:19 pm
Quote
Analyst - 22/12/2006  5:28 PM

With STS-122 in December 2007 (from October 17th) and STS-123 in January 2008, the turnaround problem resulting from a possible White Sands landing today should be smaller

The quote from erioladastra's post at SDC forum (http://uplink.space.com/showthreaded.php?Cat=&Board=missions&Number=637650&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=0&vc=1): "Landing at Space Harbor will likely delay STS-122/1E from its tentative late Nov 2007 (officially Oct 17) window to some time TBD" :(
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Analyst on 12/22/2006 05:18 pm
This late November 2007 date for STS-122 is new for me. I guess it is because of the time needed to relocate Node-2 after STS-120. But this seems to be not the case, because then a October 17th launch would be possible from a shuttle point of view (not from an ISS viewpoint), and the late November date should be possible even with a White Sands landing. But this does not seem to be the case. Why not?

Analyst
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Ben E on 12/24/2006 06:38 am
I wasn't even aware that NASA had postponed STS-122 until late November - is there a news release for this? Also, why does Node-2 have to be relocated - where will the STS-120 crew install it? I assumed it went straight onto the free 'end' of Destiny and Columbus and Kibo occupied opposing ports.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/24/2006 08:17 am
Quote
Ben E - 24/12/2006  10:21 AM

I wasn't even aware that NASA had postponed STS-122 until late November - is there a news release for this?

No, this information is internal and unofficial for now... My reliable source has told to me that STS-122 is planned on November 27 now and STS-124 - on January 14, and on December 20 I have updated my table here (http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=61&start=309)... Information about STS-122 delaying was confirmed by erioladastra at SDC forum (http://uplink.space.com/showthreaded.php?Cat=&Board=missions&Number=637650&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=0&vc=1) on December 21...

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Ben E - 24/12/2006  10:21 AM

Also, why does Node-2 have to be relocated - where will the STS-120 crew install it?

In July Expedition 15 crew will relocate PMA-3 from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module... In September STS-120 crew will install Node 2 onto the left port of Unity module... In November Expedition 16 crew will relocate PMA-2 from Destiny module to Node 2 module, and then relocate Node 2 + PMA-2 from the left port of Unity module to Destiny module...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 12/24/2006 12:34 pm
STS-123 or STS-124 ?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/24/2006 02:00 pm
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hektor - 24/12/2006  4:17 PM

STS-123 or STS-124?

Oops!... I am sorry!... :( STS-123, not STS-124, of course!...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 17 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February - unscheduled spacewalk
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, TBD]
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, TBD]
July - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 8 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 28 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 29 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 8 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, South-Korean astronaut]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, South-Korean astronaut]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/27/2006 05:57 pm
I have updated table, using information from report of Russian RIA Novosti agency (http://www.rian.ru/technology/cosmos/20061227/57903164.html)...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 17 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 19 - unscheduled spacewalk
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Kotov, Yurchikhin]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, TBD]
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, TBD]
July - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, TBD]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 8 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 28 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 29 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 8 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 12/30/2006 03:55 pm
Expedition 17 question
I wonder what is the Commander role scheme for Expedition 17 on both sides of STS-119 ?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: dutch courage on 12/30/2006 04:20 pm
Anik, is there more information about the February 19 - unscheduled spacewalk? Is that the Russian EVA to remove the KURS antenna?

Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 12/30/2006 06:18 pm
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dutch courage - 30/12/2006  8:03 PM

Anik, is there more information about the February 19 - unscheduled spacewalk? Is that the Russian EVA to remove the KURS antenna?

Yes, there will be unscheduled spacewalk on February 19, 2007 for removing 2AO-VKA antenna of the Kurs approaching and docking system of Progress M-58 cargo ship...

After spacewalk (EVA-17) in November 2006 from Pirs airlock, Russian specialists has begun to plan additional EVA-17a for Mikhail Tyurin and Michael Lopez-Alegria from Pirs airlock for removing antenna... But I was told that U.S. specialists have not agreed with this plan... They have offered to Russian specialists to make this work during spacewalk from Quest airlock...

Unfortunately, I do not know the final decision, therefore I can not say to you whether this EVA will be from Pirs or from Quest airlock...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 16 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 19 - unscheduled spacewalk
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 21 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 23 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, TBD]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 8 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 28 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 29 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 8 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/06/2007 11:14 am
According to new FAWG manifest, STS-122 and STS-123 launch dates are currently November 5, 2007 and January 17, 2008 accordingly... Launch dates (November 27, 2007 and January 14, 2008 accordingly), which I have published here (http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=61&start=301#M97070) on December 20, 2006, are obviously wrong... I am sorry for disinformation... :(

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 16 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 19 - unscheduled spacewalk
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 21 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 23 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, TBD]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 5 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 7 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 15 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
November 17 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)

2008
January 17 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 28 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
January 30 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 31 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]

Image below is from NASA Human Space Flight Web Gallery (http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/index.html)...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/07/2007 07:53 pm
According to Sergey Shamsutdinov from Russian "Novosti kosmonavtiki" magazine, during spacewalk from Quest airlock in July 2007 Expedition 15 crewmembers Clayton Anderson and Fyodor Yurchikhin will jettison EAS (Early Ammonia Servicer) tank, which is on P6 truss now... Clayton Anderson, attached to SSRMS, will take EAS (weight is about 400 kilograms)... Oleg Kotov inside Destiny module will relocate SSRMS with Anderson and EAS aside from ISS... Anderson will jettison tank...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 16 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
February 2 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 6 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 10 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 19 - unscheduled spacewalk
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 21 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 23 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 5 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 7 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 15 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
November 17 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)

2008
January 17 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 28 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
January 30 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 31 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: TALsite on 01/08/2007 12:24 pm
Two questions:

1.- Why, in your last post, the cosmonauts of Soyuz-12 appear now as TBD?
2.- Could a cosmonaut get the possible "extra" seat of STS 124?

Thanks
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/08/2007 05:34 pm
Quote
TALsite - 8/1/2007  4:07 PM

Why, in your last post, the cosmonauts of Soyuz-12 appear now as TBD?

There are rumours, that Soyuz TMA-12 crewmembers are changed... And I do not know, who in this crew now...

Quote
TALsite - 8/1/2007  4:07 PM

Could a cosmonaut get the possible "extra" seat of STS 124?

Russian cosmonaut?... Never, I think...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: astropl on 01/08/2007 07:34 pm
Quote
anik - 8/1/2007  7:17 PM

Quote
TALsite - 8/1/2007  4:07 PM

Why, in your last post, the cosmonauts of Soyuz-12 appear now as TBD?

There are rumours, that Soyuz TMA-12 crewmembers are changed... And I do not know, who in this crew now...

Quote
TALsite - 8/1/2007  4:07 PM

Could a cosmonaut get the possible "extra" seat of STS 124?

Russian cosmonaut?... Never, I think...

According to http://www.lib.cas.cz/knav/space.40/ISS/ISSSCH.HTM in Soyuz TMA-12 "core" crew are Sergey Volkov and Mike Fincke. Oleg Kononenko is in STS-119 crew.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/09/2007 06:47 pm
Dates of next spacewalks are updated according to this (http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/MM_NTV_Breaking.html) source...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 16 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
January 31 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 4 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 8 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 19 - unscheduled spacewalk
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 21 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 23 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/10/2007 05:10 pm
According to my source, unscheduled spacewalk for removing 2AO-VKA antenna will be from Pirs airlock on February 22... :)

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 16 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
January 31 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 4 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 8 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 22 - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 16 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 18 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 19 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 21 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 23 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 25 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
May - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 12 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 11 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/15/2007 07:11 pm
The table is updated with using information from William Harwood's CBS News Space Place (http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html)...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 16 - Progress M-57 undocking (from Pirs)
January 18 - Progress M-59 launch
January 20 - Progress M-59 docking (to Pirs)
January 31 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 4 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 8 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 22 (or 25-28) - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 4 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gerald Andrew Richli on 01/15/2007 11:54 pm
Hello. It is highly likely that starboard solar array of P6 module is going to Jam just like the port solar arrays did on sts-116. So the 3rd STS-117 space EVA first priority is to assist in retracting the starboard P6 Solar Arrays. So some of the tasks listed for EVA-3 as mentioned on CBS space place timeline for STS-117 not related to NASA solar array work would have to deferred to later EVA's after STS-117 Crews and Atlantis lands. Do you happin to have an EVA-3 schedule that includes Starboard P6 solar arrays retraction? Thanks.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jorge on 01/16/2007 01:26 am
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Gerald Andrew Richli - 15/1/2007  6:37 PM

Hello. It is highly likely that starboard solar array of P6 module is going to Jam just like the port solar arrays did on sts-116. So the 3rd STS-117 space EVA first priority is to assist in retracting the starboard P6 Solar Arrays. So some of the tasks listed for EVA-3 as mentioned on CBS space place timeline for STS-117 not related to NASA solar array work would have to deferred to later EVA's after STS-117 Crews and Atlantis lands. Do you happin to have an EVA-3 schedule that includes Starboard P6 solar arrays retraction? Thanks.

There is no such schedule yet.

The current STS-117 Flight Plan was published before STS-116. The 117/13A team is still incorporating the lessons learned from the 116 retract into the timeline. When they do, there will be a revision to the Flight Plan.
--
JRF
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gerald Andrew Richli on 01/16/2007 01:58 am
Thanks
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gerald Andrew Richli on 01/18/2007 01:22 am
Progress should be launching now. Is there  any confirmation of this?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: DaveS on 01/18/2007 02:13 am
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Gerald Andrew Richli - 18/1/2007  3:22 AM

Progress should be launching now. Is there  any confirmation of this?
Yes. It launched on-time at 9:12 pm EST.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/20/2007 01:48 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 31 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 4 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 8 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 22 - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 6-8 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7-9 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9-11 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 18-20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 4 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 11 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Pirs)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: November)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
September 2 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 01/20/2007 06:52 pm
I heard the same about ATV... or early 08
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/21/2007 09:10 am
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hektor - 20/1/2007  10:52 PM

I heard the same about ATV... or early 08

Alas... :(

It was also discussed at SDC forum in the beginning of January...

http://uplink.space.com/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=missions&Number=637819&page=2&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=0&fpart=2&vc=1
http://uplink.space.com/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=missions&Number=637819&page=2&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=0&fpart=3&vc=1
http://uplink.space.com/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=missions&Number=647088&page=1&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=0&fpart=1

Some extracts from erioladastra's posts:

"Unfortunately, July 25 is not doable. I have been told by their officials that they can't make the summer window and there is a high probability they can't make the Sept or Oct windows either. Dec looks more realistic and even then that is pushing it. Due to the heavy schedule in the fall on ISS, NASA's position is that it can't occur during the fall. This will be discussed at the head of agency meeting here shortly. My guess is we will see a fall NET date but that it will not be realistic. In all likelihood I can't fathom seeing ATV prior to 2008 but maybe we will get lucky"

"There are numerous issues: software, ground centers, procedures, simulators, crew training, the fact that the Ariane currently cannot lift the heavy ATV (though that will likely be resolved by reducing the cargo by about 300 kg). Major issues still need to be decided (e.g., how best to do the final docking) and with this being a trilateral program it takes many months for negotiations. Things are coming along but they are just not ready for this summer"

"The vehicle itself might be ready but there is FAR more into the process. Procedures, software, crew training - and the fact that the Ariane has to be rated to loft that heavy of a cargo. That is not done yet. Note also that ESA and Russia can say it is ready to go but NASA has the final say and right now NASA managers do not see it as likely. In addition, if it does not occur, during Increment 15 (April-Oct 2007) it very likely can't happen during Increment 16 due to how busy that interval is. The head of the program has pretty much said he would not accept that. Since there is pressure to launch before 2008, there are discussions ongoing that it might be less than full. If it is full, there is no time in either Inc 15 or 16 to unload it and it can't sit at the SM aft forever and may have to be undocked sooner rather than later. Will that happen? I doubt it but there is a great deal of uncertainity in the program right now"

"hardware being complete is only one thing. Ground systems, software, procedures, crew training - all need to be completed. Heck we don't even yet know if the critical SM antennae are now correctly oriented after the recent EVA. That test is not even scheduled for months, the software isn't even schedule to be loaded until May or June"
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: hektor on 01/21/2007 11:39 am
1) I hope that the COTS bidders meditate on this
2) I still wonder how comfortable ESA is with the idea of launching Columbus before the ATV
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/28/2007 09:08 am
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 31 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 4 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 8 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 22 - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 4 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
September 3 - Progress M-61 launch
September 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 5 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 8 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 17 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - Progress M-62 launch
November 17 - Progress M-62 docking (to Zvezda)
November - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)

2008
January - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 28 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
January 29 - Progress M-63 launch
January 31 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
March - spacewalks from Quest airlock
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: TJL on 01/28/2007 09:38 pm
I have a question regarding the numbering of EVA's from ISS.
Going back to June 6, 2001 through November 22, 2006, there were 25 EVA's conducted from ISS
5 of these were from Quest (U.S. EVS's) so I understand the next 3 will be EVA's #6, 7 and 8.
What I don't understand is why the "unscheduled" spacewalk scheduled for February 22 from PIRS is called # 17a?
I count 20 previous Russian EVA's from ISS already performed.
Thank you.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/29/2007 05:30 pm
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TJL - 29/1/2007  1:38 AM

What I don't understand is why the "unscheduled" spacewalk scheduled for February 22 from PIRS is called # 17a? I count 20 previous Russian EVA's from ISS already performed

1. Expedition 3 had three scheduled Russian spacewalks (EVA-2, EVA-3 and EVA-4) and Expedition 4 - two scheduled spacewalks (EVA-5 and EVA-6)...

Due to problem with Progress M1-7 docking, there was one unscheduled Russian spacewalk during Expedition 3 flight... It was designated as EVA-4a (not EVA-5, because the first Russian spacewalk of Expedition 4 had this name already)...

2. Expedition 9 had two scheduled Russian spacewalks (EVA-10 and EVA-11) and Expedition 10 - two scheduled spacewalks (EVA-12 and EVA-13)...

Due to RPCM S02B-D failure on S0 truss, there were two unscheduled Russian spacewalks during Expedition 9 flight... They were designated as EVA-9a (very short spacewalk due to problem with Michael Fincke's Orlan-M spacesuit) and EVA-9b...

3. Expedition 14 had one scheduled Russian spacewalk (EVA-17) and Expedition 15 will have two scheduled spacewalks (EVA-18 and EVA-19)...

Due to problem with Progress M-58 docking, there will be one unscheduled Russian spacewalk during Expedition 14 flight... It is designated as EVA-17a...

So, if it is scheduled Russian spacewalk, then it has designation EVA-X (X = 1, 2, 3, etc.), if it is unscheduled Russian spacewalk, then it has designation EVA-Xy (y = a, b, etc.)...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 01/29/2007 07:47 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
January 31 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-6) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 4 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 8 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 22 - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 2 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines  
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 4 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
September 7 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
September 9 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
September - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 16 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 18 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 9 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 14 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]  
December 19 - Progress M-62 launch
December 21 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
January 9 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
January 17 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
January 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: TJL on 01/29/2007 09:11 pm
QUOTE...So, if it is scheduled Russian spacewalk, then it has designation EVA-X (X = 1, 2, 3, etc.), if it is unscheduled Russian spacewalk, then it has designation EVA-Xy (y = a, b, etc.)...

Thanks, Anik for the explanation...now it makes sense.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 02/03/2007 08:11 am
Quote from erioladastra's post in "STS-120/10A" thread at SDC forum (http://uplink.space.com/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=missions&Number=661059&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=0&fpart=): "Looks like a new launch date of 8/26 will become official soon"

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
February 4 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-7) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 8 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 22 - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 2 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 4 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 9 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 14 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 19 - Progress M-62 launch
December 21 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
January 9 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
January 17 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
January 19 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Ben E on 02/03/2007 10:46 am
Only two EVAs needed to install and outfit JEM-PM on STS-124?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 02/06/2007 07:26 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
February 8 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-8) from Quest airlock [Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
February 22 - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 2 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 4 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 20 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman] (end of December or middle of January)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]

2008
January 9 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]  
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 29 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 2 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 8 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 10 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [TBD, TBD, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gerald Andrew Richli on 02/09/2007 10:14 pm
Would Node 2 be relocated to front of Destiny Module by Expedition 16? A few weeks after STS-120 Atlantis lands? Confirmation welcomed.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 02/10/2007 06:18 am
Quote
Gerald Andrew Richli - 10/2/2007  2:14 AM

Would Node 2 be relocated to front of Destiny Module by Expedition 16? A few weeks after STS-120 Atlantis lands? Confirmation welcomed

Node 2 module will be relocated from the left port of Unity module to Destiny module during three spacewalks of Expedition 16 crewmembers from Quest airlock in October/November 2007 (between Soyuz TMA-10 landing and STS-122 launch)...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gerald Andrew Richli on 02/10/2007 01:07 pm
So node 2 will be hooked up to keep alive power at Unity Port side from Sept. 7 to after Oct. 13 to maintain proper temperature until it is relocated?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Jim on 02/10/2007 02:01 pm
Quote
Gerald Andrew Richli - 10/2/2007  9:07 AM

So node 2 will be hooked up to keep alive power at Unity Port side from Sept. 7 to after Oct. 13 to maintain proper temperature until it is relocated?

yes
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gerald Andrew Richli on 02/10/2007 06:49 pm
Thanks Jim
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 02/14/2007 04:23 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
February 22 - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 2 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 4 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 19 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 28 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 1 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 02/21/2007 06:06 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
February 22 - unscheduled spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-17a) from Pirs airlock [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria]
March 2 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
May 4 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 19 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 28 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 1 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 02/26/2007 03:51 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 2 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 15 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
March 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
March 18 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 20 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
March 22 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
March 24 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April 27 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May 4 - Test raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
May 7 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda engines
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 19 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 28 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 1 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: dsmillman on 02/28/2007 12:18 pm
Can the Soyuz TMA-10 launch be moved to an earlier date since the STS-117 launch has slipped to April?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 02/28/2007 03:55 pm
Quote
dsmillman - 28/2/2007  4:18 PM

Can the Soyuz TMA-10 launch be moved to an earlier date since the STS-117 launch has slipped to April?

Russian specialists are not going to move Soyuz TMA-10 launch date from April 7...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 29 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April 27 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
April/May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
April/May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
April/May (TBD) - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
April/May (TBD) - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
April/May (TBD) - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
April/May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
April/May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
May 12 (TBD) - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 (TBD) - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 19 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 28 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 1 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Danderman on 02/28/2007 04:20 pm
What happened to the Zvesda engine tests?

May 4 - Test raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
May 7 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda engines
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 02/28/2007 07:28 pm
Quote
Danderman - 28/2/2007  8:20 PM

What happened to the Zvesda engine tests?

Russian specialists have changed strategy of performing ISS orbit's raisings because of STS-117 mission, which is currently planned at these days (April/May)... It is unknown for now when these maneuvers will be carried out...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Danderman on 02/28/2007 07:50 pm
Quote
anik - 28/2/2007  12:28 PM

Quote
Danderman - 28/2/2007  8:20 PM

What happened to the Zvesda engine tests?

Russian specialists have changed strategy of performing ISS orbit's raisings because of STS-117 mission, which is currently planned at these days (April/May)... It is unknown for now when these maneuvers will be carried out...

My understanding is that the Zvesda orbit raising maneuver would be in preparation for Progress M-60, which is to be launched after the departure of STS-117.

Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gary on 02/28/2007 08:59 pm
I thought soyuz was only good for six months due to the corrosive propellents used?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: TALsite on 03/01/2007 01:37 pm
Quote
anik - 28/2/2007  5:55 PM

2007
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]

I know there are stimated dates but...

Does NASA give the O.K. for a mission flying during the change of the year?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: jmjawors on 03/01/2007 01:51 pm
Sure did:

http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/content/?cid=5026
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/01/2007 02:27 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 29 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April 27 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
May (TBD) - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
May (TBD) - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
May (TBD) - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
May 12 (TBD) - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 (TBD) - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 19 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 28 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 1 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/05/2007 01:45 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines - 04:02 UTC
March 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines - 21:46 UTC
April 6 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi] - 17:31:02 UTC
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zvezda) - 19:23 UTC
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zarya)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-9 landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi] - 13:41 UTC
April 27 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, S.Williams]
May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
May (TBD) - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
May (TBD) - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
May (TBD) - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
May (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
May 12 (TBD) - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 (TBD) - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 19 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 28 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 1 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/07/2007 12:19 pm
Russian specialists (at NASA request) are compelled to change flight program of Expedition 14 crew... For providing STS-117 launch date on April 22-23, we must undock Progress M-58 cargo ship on March 26 and relocate Soyuz TMA-9 spacecraft from Zarya module to Zvezda module on March 29-30... The nearest ISS maneuver is postponed from March 15 to March 16... The maneuver on March 28 is cancelled, therefore Soyuz TMA-9 landing is delayed from April 19 to April 20...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 16 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 26 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 29-30 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]  
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zarya)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
TBD - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
TBD - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
May 12 (TBD) - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 (TBD) - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 19 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 28 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 1 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Gary on 03/07/2007 12:33 pm
Quote
anik - 7/3/2007  1:19 PM
March 29-30 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]

Why the new relocation manoeuvre?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Chandonn on 03/07/2007 12:53 pm
Quote
Gary - 7/3/2007  8:33 AM

Quote
anik - 7/3/2007  1:19 PM
March 29-30 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]

Why the new relocation manoeuvre?

Looks like they're trying to allow as much flexibility for Atlantis' return as possible.  By relocating Soyuz TMA-9 back to Zvezda, they won't have to do a relocation of TMA-10 after it docks and Expedition 14 returns.  Looks to me like they're shuffling things a bit to preserve the timeline as much as possible once Atlantis is ready to fly again.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: avitek on 03/08/2007 05:04 am
ISS is currently scheduled to perform a orbit adjust-phasing maneuver on March 16 at 75:02:47:40 UTC (delta V = 2.6 meters/second).
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: rosbif73 on 03/08/2007 07:39 am
Quote
Chandonn - 7/3/2007  2:53 PM
Looks like they're trying to allow as much flexibility for Atlantis' return as possible.  By relocating Soyuz TMA-9 back to Zvezda, they won't have to do a relocation of TMA-10 after it docks and Expedition 14 returns.  Looks to me like they're shuffling things a bit to preserve the timeline as much as possible once Atlantis is ready to fly again.

It could also be argued (pure speculation on my part - I don't know if such considerations actually enter into play) that they are engaging in risk reduction by minimising the amount of time the station would be unmanned in the (highly unlikely) event that TMA-9 was unable to redock at the end of its relocation manoeuvre.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/08/2007 10:46 am
Quote
Gary - 7/3/2007  4:33 PM

Why the new relocation manoeuvre?

According to earlier schedule, Soyuz TMA-10 relocation from the Zvezda module to the Zarya module was planned on April 27...

But now NASA wants to have possibility of STS-117 launch at the end of April after Soyuz TMA-9 landing... But Soyuz TMA-10 relocation can not be postponed on after STS-117 mission due to the reason, which I have explained here (http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=6860&start=255)...

Expedition 14 crew has much free time now in March... U.S. specialists have offered to Russian specialists to perform additional Soyuz TMA-9 relocation from the Zarya module to the Zvezda module till Soyuz TMA-10 launch... Soyuz TMA-9 relocation also allows to cancel Soyuz TMA-10 relocation...

Our specialists have agreed and chosen March 29-30 date for Soyuz TMA-9 relocation and March 26 date for Progress M-58 undocking from the Zvezda module...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/10/2007 06:45 am
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 16 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-58 engines
March 27 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 29 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zarya)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
TBD - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
TBD - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
May 12 (TBD) - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 (TBD) - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 28 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
June 30 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
July - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
July 20 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda) (depends on ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch)
July 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 25 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (rumour: end of 2007 - beginning of 2008)
August 2 - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 11 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (launch date plus 17 days)
August 15 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 26 - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
September - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
September 4 - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
September 6 - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October/November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 16 - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
November 18 - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
November - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 27 - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 29 - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 6 - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Eyharts]
December 12 - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
December 31 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)

2008
January - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
January 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
January 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
January 19 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 28 - Atlantis (STS-124) launch
March 1 - Atlantis (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 7 - Atlantis (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 9 - Atlantis (STS-124) landing
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/16/2007 06:10 pm
I have updated table using new information, but my schedule has many assumptions for now...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 27 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 29 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zarya)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
TBD - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
TBD - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
May 12 (TBD) - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 (TBD) - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
TBD - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
TBD - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity
August 15 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
October 1 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
TBD - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, C.Anderson]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
TBD - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
TBD - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]  
November 10-16 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
November 27 - December 3 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from Destiny to Harmony
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
TBD - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]  
April 7 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Nicolas PILLET on 03/21/2007 04:07 pm
Do you know why the TMA-10 launch has been rescheduled from march 9th to march 7th ?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/22/2007 01:25 pm
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Nicolas PILLET - 21/3/2007  8:07 PM

Do you know why the TMA-10 launch has been rescheduled from march 9th to march 7th?

Did you mean "from April 9 to April 7"?... ;)

I have heard that RSC Energia's president Nikolay Sevastyanov can not be present on Soyuz TMA-10 docking on April 11, therefore the docking, and the launch accordingly, have transferred on two days back...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Nicolas PILLET on 03/23/2007 09:40 am
Quote
Did you mean "from April 9 to April 7"?... ;)

Yes! Excuse me for the mistake!

Quote
I have heard that RSC Energia's president Nikolay Sevastyanov can not be present on Soyuz TMA-10 docking on April 11, therefore the docking, and the launch accordingly, have transferred on two days back...

Wooo! It's quite strange... What are your sources for this information?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/24/2007 07:25 am
Quote
Nicolas PILLET - 23/3/2007  1:40 PM

What are your sources for this information?

TsUP (MCC-M) specialist, which is mistaken very seldom...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 27 - Progress M-58 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 29 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zarya)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April 25 (TBD) - test raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 28 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda engines
May 12 (TBD) - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 (TBD) - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
TBD - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
TBD - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
June 1 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
TBD - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
TBD - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity
August 15 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
October 1 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
TBD - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, C.Anderson]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
TBD - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
TBD - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - Atlantis (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Atlantis (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
November 10-16 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
November 27 - December 3 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from Destiny to Harmony
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
TBD - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Discovery (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
TBD - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
TBD - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
April 7 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: shuttlefan on 03/25/2007 03:03 pm
I know STS-120 and Node 2 isn't near ready to fly yet but, in theory, if it were, could it fly before STS-117 and 118 or does it have to wait until after those flights? ;)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 03/25/2007 03:28 pm
I think they definately need to do STS-117 first as they need the power for Node 2. Not sure about STS-118 though. :)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: on 03/26/2007 01:55 am
sts-117 will provide the power to support node 2 and all the connecting modules like Kibo and Columbus.  The solar arrays will provide the power to the modules to run them.  So 117 has to come before 120 with Node 2.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 03/28/2007 07:19 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
March 29 - Soyuz TMA-9 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, S.Williams]
April 7 - Soyuz TMA-10 launch [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Simonyi]
April 9 - Soyuz TMA-10 docking (to Zarya)
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April 25 - test raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda engines
May 11 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]  
May 12 (TBD) - Progress M-60 launch
May 13 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)  
May 14 (TBD) - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
May 14 (TBD) - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
May 16 (TBD) - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
May 18 (TBD) - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
May 20 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 22 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
June 1 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
July 14 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
July 16 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
July (TBD) - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
July (TBD) - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July (TBD) - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July (TBD) - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
July 25 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
July 27 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
TBD - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity
August 15 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch
August 18 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
October 1 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
TBD - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, C.Anderson]
October 13 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
October 15 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October (TBD) - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
October (TBD) - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
October (TBD) - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October (TBD) - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October 24 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 26 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from Destiny to Harmony
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
TBD - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 10-16 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
November 27 - December 3 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December (TBD) - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]  
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December (TBD) - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock  
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December (TBD) - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
 
2008
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February (TBD) - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 04/11/2007 05:12 pm
The schedule is updated with using of information from CBS News Space Place (http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html)...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April 25 - test raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda engines
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]  
June 8 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
June 10 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 (TBD) - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 (TBD) - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 (TBD) - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
August 5 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
August 7 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August (TBD) - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
August (TBD) - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August (TBD) - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August (TBD) - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 15 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 16 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch
August 17 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 18 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 19 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
TBD - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity
October 1 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
TBD - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, C.Anderson]
October 20 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
October 22 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October (TBD) - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
October (TBD) - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
October (TBD) - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October (TBD) - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October 31 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 2 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
November 4 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
November (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November (TBD) - PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from Destiny to Harmony
November (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November (TBD) - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 21 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December (TBD) - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December (TBD) - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December (TBD) - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February (TBD) - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 04/15/2007 09:09 am
Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
April 20 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April 25 - test raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda engines
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 14 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 8 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
June 10 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 (TBD) - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 (TBD) - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 (TBD) - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
August 9 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson]
August 11 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August (TBD) - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
August 15 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August (TBD) - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 16 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch
August (TBD) - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August (TBD) - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 21 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
TBD - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity
October 1 (TBD) - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
TBD - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, C.Anderson]
October 20 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
October 22 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October (TBD) - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
October (TBD) - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
October (TBD) - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October (TBD) - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October 31 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 2 (TBD) - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
November 10 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
November (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November (TBD) - PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from Destiny to Harmony
November (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November (TBD) - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 27 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December (TBD) - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December (TBD) - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December (TBD) - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February (TBD) - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February (TBD) - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 (TBD) - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: dsmillman on 04/15/2007 05:44 pm
The schedule shows a Oct. 20, 2007 launch for STS-120.  The most recent FAWG manifest shows a Beta Angle Cutout from Oct.  18, 2007 to Oct. 30, 2007. Could someone explain the contradiction here?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 04/17/2007 02:07 pm
Soyuz TMA-9 landing was officially postponed today from April 20 to April 21 due to high water in the landing region near Arkalyk (Kazakhstan)... The landing region near Dgezkazgan (Kazakhstan) will be used for Soyuz TMA-9 on April 21...

Current plan of the Expedition 14/15/16 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
April 21 - Soyuz TMA-9 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Tyurin, Lopez-Alegria, Simonyi]
April 25 - test raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 28 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda engines
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 15 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 7 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 8 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
June 10 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly]
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, C.Anderson (TBD)]
August 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
August 15 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 16 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch
August - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, S.Williams (TBD)]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
TBD - PMA-3 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity
October 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, C.Anderson]
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
October - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
October - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
October 31 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 2 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
November 10 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (or November 4)
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from Destiny to Harmony
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with using SSRMS) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 27 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (or November 21)
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Olaf on 04/20/2007 10:30 am
I found this launch dates for the next Progress on http://www.spacepatches.nl/
Progress M-61: September 03, 2007.
Progress M-62: November 15, 2007.





Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 04/20/2007 12:55 pm
Quote
Olaf - 20/4/2007  2:30 PM

I found this launch dates for the next Progress on http://www.spacepatches.nl/
Progress M-61: September 03, 2007.
Progress M-62: November 15, 2007.

Progress M-61 and Progress M-62 launches are currently planned on August 16 and on December 12 accordingly... These dates are from recent RSC Energia's internal schedule...
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 04/24/2007 08:03 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
April 25 - test raising of ISS orbit by Zvezda engines
April 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda engines
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 15 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
June 1 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov] (or May 30-31)
June 7 (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov] (or June 6)
June 8 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, C.Anderson]
June 10 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]  
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, TBD]
August 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pairs: Mastracchio/D.Williams, Mastracchio/C.Anderson]
August 15 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 16 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch
August - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 18 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, TBD]
October 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, C.Anderson]
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
October - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November 1 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 3 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
November 10 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (or November 4)
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 27 (officially) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (or November 21)
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
TBD - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: shuttlefan on 04/25/2007 02:23 am
You list Anderson going up on STS-117 and Williams coming home on the same flight. Is this still tentative or has it been decided?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 04/28/2007 07:29 am
Quote
shuttlefan - 25/4/2007  3:23 AM

You list Anderson going up on STS-117 and Williams coming home on the same flight. Is this still tentative or has it been decided?

It was decided on Thursday's meeting :)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: svenge on 04/28/2007 07:43 am
Now, for the "TBD" 7th crewmember listed for STS-118, is it that there *will* be a 7th crewmember (but not determined who it is yet), or it's to be determined *if* there will be a 7th crewmember?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: eeergo on 04/28/2007 10:29 am

Quote
svenge - 28/4/2007 9:43 AM Now, for the "TBD" 7th crewmember listed for STS-118, is it that there *will* be a 7th crewmember (but not determined who it is yet), or it's to be determined *if* there will be a 7th crewmember?

It's been discussed in the forum in other threads, and any possible rumours or TBD have been officially cleared: Anderson will be the 7th crew memeber on STS-117. Both things are already decided. From http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html:

Williams, who has been working aboard the space station since December, was informed Thursday that she will return to Earth with the STS-117 crew on space shuttle Atlantis, targeted for launch June 8. That shuttle mission will carry her successor, astronaut Clay Anderson, to the station to begin his duty as an Expedition 15 flight engineer.

The exchange of Anderson and Williams was originally planned for the STS-118 mission, now targeted for launch in August. However, that flight, first set to fly in June, had to be postponed after an unexpected hail storm damaged Atlantis' external fuel tank and delayed STS-117.

Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 04/28/2007 01:21 pm
Quote
svenge - 28/4/2007  11:43 AM

Now, for the "TBD" 7th crewmember listed for STS-118, is it that there *will* be a 7th crewmember (but not determined who it is yet), or it's to be determined *if* there will be a 7th crewmember?

The first variant is correct, i.e. there will be seventh crewmember in STS-118, but it is not announced for now who it will be... :)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Olaf on 04/28/2007 01:23 pm
According to  http://www.mcc.rsa.ru/extra.htm the engines of Zvesda are working 79,7 seconds.
It seems only a short time.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: Olaf on 04/30/2007 05:34 am
Quote
Olaf - 28/4/2007  8:23 AM

According to  http://www.mcc.rsa.ru/extra.htm the engines of Zvesda are working 79,7 seconds.
It seems only a short time.

Now I have learned by L2, that all was on time and nominal.
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 05/02/2007 07:24 pm
According to William Harwood's schedule (http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html), the next two Russian spacewalks are planned on May 30th and June 6th...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 15 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
May 24 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
May 30 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 6 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 8 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, C.Anderson]
June 10 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 15 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 16 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch
August - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, C.Anderson]
August 18 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, C.Anderson]
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
October 1 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zvezda)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October (TBD) - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, C.Anderson]
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
October - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November 1 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 3 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
November 4 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 21 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
January (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 05/07/2007 02:50 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 15 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
May 24 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
May 30 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 6 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 8 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, C.Anderson]
June 10 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, S.Williams]
July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
August 5 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 6 - Progress M-61 launch
August 8 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)  
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 14 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 16 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, C.Anderson]
August 18 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, C.Anderson]
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
TBD - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Parazynski/Wheelock]
October - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November 1 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 3 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
November 4 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 21 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
TBD - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
January (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 05/10/2007 03:44 pm
The schedule is updated with using of information from CBS News Space Place (http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html)...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
May 12 - Progress M-60 launch
May 15 - Progress M-60 docking (to Zvezda)
May 24 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
May 30 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 6 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 8 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, C.Anderson]
June 10 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, S.Williams]
July 20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 27 - PMA-3 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 5 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 6 - Progress M-61 launch
August 6 - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
August 8 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 14 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 16 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, C.Anderson]
August 18 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, C.Anderson]
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
TBD - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 1 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Pirs)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, Tani]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 23 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 25 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 27 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 29 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 31 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Nespoli, Wheelock, C.Anderson]
November 4 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 21 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
TBD - Soyuz TMA-11 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Malenchenko, Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
January (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 05/18/2007 02:01 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
May 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
May 30 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 6 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 8 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, C.Anderson]
June 10 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, S.Williams]
July 20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 21 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
July 27 - PMA-3 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 5 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 6 - Progress M-61 launch
August 6 - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
August 8 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 14 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 16 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, C.Anderson]
August 18 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, C.Anderson]
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
September - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
September - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor] (or October 7)
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya) (or October 9)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor] (or October 18)
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 23 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 25 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 27 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 31 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2) (or October 29)
November 2 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson] (or October 31)
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
December 2 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [NBL pair: Walheim/Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 11 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 05/24/2007 02:13 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
May 30-31 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-18) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 6 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-19) from Pirs airlock [Yurchikhin, Kotov]
June 8 - Atlantis (STS-117) launch [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, C.Anderson]
June 10 - Atlantis (STS-117) docking (to PMA-2)
June 11-12 - the first STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 13-14 - the second STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 15-16 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 19 - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, S.Williams]
July 20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 21 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
July 27 - PMA-3 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 5 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 6 - Progress M-61 launch
August 6 - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
August 8 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 14 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 16 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, C.Anderson]
August 18 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, C.Anderson]
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
September - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
September - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
October 2 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor] (or October 7)
October 4 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya) (or October 9)
October 13 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor] (or October 18)
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 23 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 25 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 27 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 31 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2) (or October 29)
November 2 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson] (or October 31)
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
November 15 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
December 2 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
February 11 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: on 05/24/2007 02:55 pm
WHY DOES THE ATV-1 "JULES VERNE" STAY IN ORBIT SO LONG BEFORE IT DOCKS?
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: psloss on 05/24/2007 03:11 pm
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Justin Wheat - 24/5/2007  10:55 AM

WHY DOES THE ATV-1 "JULES VERNE" STAY IN ORBIT SO LONG BEFORE IT DOCKS?
It's the first flight of the vehicle and they are going through an extended test/checkout sequence:
http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/SEMJXMS1VED_0.html

Excerpt:
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The complexity of this first mission arises from its various scenario objectives. This demonstration flight must test and prove that the 20.7-tonne cargo ship can interrupt the rendezvous - at any time - by stopping its motion and by flying away from the 178-tonne ISS.

(Are you shouting or did the caps lock key stick?)
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: on 05/24/2007 03:40 pm
Caps lock key got stuck and wouldn't work
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: blazotron on 06/07/2007 04:50 am
Anyone know what other dates have launch windows if sts-118 doesn't get off on August 9?
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: psloss on 06/07/2007 09:24 am
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blazotron - 7/6/2007  12:50 AM

Anyone know what other dates have launch windows if sts-118 doesn't get off on August 9?
Pretty much every day after that has a launch window for the shuttle until around mid-December, when there's about a three-week long beta angle "cutout."  (There's also beta angle cutout in-between now and August -- from mid-July into early August.)

Beta angle cutouts are not the only factor they'd have to consider if it gets to that, though...
Title: RE: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: blazotron on 06/07/2007 05:22 pm
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psloss - 7/6/2007  2:24 AM

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blazotron - 7/6/2007  12:50 AM

Anyone know what other dates have launch windows if sts-118 doesn't get off on August 9?
Pretty much every day after that has a launch window for the shuttle until around mid-December, when there's about a three-week long beta angle "cutout."  (There's also beta angle cutout in-between now and August -- from mid-July into early August.)

Beta angle cutouts are not the only factor they'd have to consider if it gets to that, though...

Thanks for the info
Title: Re: Current plan of launches to ISS
Post by: anik on 06/14/2007 07:14 pm
Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
June 15-16 - the third STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Reilly, Olivas]
June 17 - the fourth STS-117 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Forrester, Swanson]
June 19 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 21 (TBD) - Atlantis (STS-117) landing [Sturckow, Archambault, Forrester, Swanson, Olivas, Reilly, S.Williams]
June 27 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
July 20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 21 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
July 27 - PMA-3 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 5 (TBD) - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs) (or July 22)
August 6 (TBD) - Progress M-61 launch (or July 23)
August 6 - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
August 8 (TBD) - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs) (or July 25)
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 11 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August 12 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 14 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 16 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, C.Anderson]
August 18 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, C.Anderson]
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 23 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
September - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
September - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
October 2 (TBD) - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor] (or October 7)
October 4 (TBD) - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya) (or October 9)
October 13 (TBD) - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor] (or October 18)
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 23 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 25 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 27 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 31 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2) (or October 29)
November 2 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson] (or October 31)
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Malenchenko, TBD]
January - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 11 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Zvezda)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/18/2007 03:38 pm
According to MCC-M expert, the raising of ISS orbit by Progress M-60 on June 27th is cancelled... Also it is possibly that U.S. EVA-9 spacewalk and the next ISS orbit's raising will be performed in the end of July after Progress M-61 docking...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/23/2007 08:45 am
The next Russian spacewalk (EVA-20) is postponed from January-February to May 2008...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/27/2007 07:01 pm
According to William Harwood's schedule (http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html), PMA-3 relocation is planned on July 13th, next ISS orbit's raisings by Progress M-60 - on July 31st (test) and on August 1st...

RSC Energia's internal schedule shows ISS U.S. spacewalk (EVA-9) in August/September (i.e. after STS-118), but I am not sure if it is true...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 06/27/2007 09:13 pm
According to the Expedition 15 Press Kit, page 16
"Because the servicer’s relative drag is similar to the space station’s relative drag, flight controllers plan to fire thrusters to boost the station the day after the spacewalk to insure the servicer is cleared from station’s orbit."
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 06/28/2007 02:03 pm
During one of the mission status briefings during STS-117, the ISS manager said that US EVA-9 would probably be moved to stage 13A.1 in the August-September time frame.  He pointed out that stage 13A.1 is when EVA-9 was originally scheduled to occur before STS-117 was delayed.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/28/2007 07:37 pm
Quote
dsmillman - 28/6/2007  6:03 PM

During one of the mission status briefings during STS-117, the ISS manager said that US EVA-9 would probably be moved to stage 13A.1 in the August-September time frame. He pointed out that stage 13A.1 is when EVA-9 was originally scheduled to occur before STS-117 was delayed

Thanks for confirmation, David!... :)

My source has told me today that the Russian specialists are discussing the possibility of postponing of Progress M-61 launch to August 6 again, because some equipment for delivery to ISS aboard cargo ship can not be prepared to current July 23 launch date... It is rumour only...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
July 13 - PMA-3 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
July 21 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
July 22 - Progress M-61 launch
July 24 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
July 31 - ISS orbit's test raising by Progress M-60 engines
August 1 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
August 6 - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
August 7 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August 10 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 12 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 14 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, C.Anderson]
August 16 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, C.Anderson]
August 19 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August/September - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
August/September - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
September - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
September - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya)
October 20 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 21 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 22 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 23 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 25 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 27 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 31 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 2 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
January/February - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
February 11 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/02/2007 03:38 pm
According to my source, U.S. spacewalk (EVA-9) is scheduled on July 23rd and the next ISS orbit's raisings by Progress M-60 - on July 19th (test) and on July 24th...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/03/2007 01:40 pm
Progress M-61 launch is scheduled on August 2nd and docking - on August 5th...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/04/2007 01:44 pm
According to my source, the test ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 is postponed from July 19 to July 20-21... ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 on July 24th should be not later than 10 hours after EAS jettison in U.S. spacewalk (EVA-9), which is planned on July 23rd...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 07/04/2007 02:28 pm
The latest "ISS On Orbit Status Report" on L2 is showing "7/11/07 - US EVA-9 [New Date]".  Can your source reconcile this?  I just noticed that the NASA TV schedule is showing the EVA on July 23.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/06/2007 05:45 pm
According to http://www.mcc.rsa.ru/plan_sl.htm (in Russian), PMA-3 relocation is scheduled on July 12th...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/07/2007 07:22 am
Quote
anik - 6/7/2007  9:45 PM

According to http://www.mcc.rsa.ru/plan_sl.htm (in Russian), PMA-3 relocation is scheduled on July 12th...

Oops!... :o According to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html PMA-3 relocation is postponed to August 27... Also Zarya's solar arrays retraction is planned on August 30th now...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 07/08/2007 05:47 pm
According to the International Space Station Status Report #07-33 one task of the EVA is
"cleaning the Unity node's nadir Common Berthing Mechanism seals for the relocation of Pressurized Mating Adapter-3."
That´s I think the relocation only can be after the EVA.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/09/2007 01:39 pm
According to my source, ISS orbit's test raising by Progress M-60 will be at 01:17 UTC on July 21st... The ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 after U.S. spacewalk (EVA-9) is planned at 22:21 UTC on July 23rd...

Also STS-120 launch is preliminary scheduled not earlier than October 23rd due to Soyuz TMA-10 landing on October 21st...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
July 21 - ISS orbit's test raising by Progress M-60 engines
July 23 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-9) from Quest airlock [C.Anderson, Yurchikhin]
July 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-60 engines
August 1 - Progress M-59 undocking (from Pirs)
August 2 - Progress M-61 launch
August 5 - Progress M-61 docking (to Pirs)
August 7 - Endeavour (STS-118) launch [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 9 - Endeavour (STS-118) docking (to PMA-2)
August 10 - the first STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 12 - the second STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, D.Williams]
August 14 - the third STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Mastracchio, C.Anderson]
August 16 - the fourth STS-118 spacewalk from Quest airlock [D.Williams, C.Anderson]
August 19 - Endeavour (STS-118) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 21 - Endeavour (STS-118) landing [S.Kelly, Hobaugh, Caldwell, Mastracchio, D.Williams, Morgan, Drew]
August 27 - PMA-3 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
August 30 - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
September - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
September - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya)
October 21 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 23 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]  
October 25 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 26 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 28 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 30 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 3 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 5 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [TBD, Tani]
November - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December 11 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 12 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
December 14 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]

2008
January - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
January/February - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
February 11 (TBD) - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 12 (TBD) - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 (TBD) - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 2 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/16/2007 02:39 pm
I was told Progress M-62 launch date is changed from December 12 to December 23 due to STS-122 flight...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/23/2007 06:44 pm
The plan is updated with using information from William Harwood's schedule (http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html)...

Zarya's solar arrays retraction is now planned on August 27th, and PMA-3 relocation - on August 30th...

US EVA-10 and EVA-11 spacewalks are scheduled for November 10th and November 14th accordingly...

The first of three Expedition-16 spacewalks will be during STS-120 mission...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/30/2007 04:41 pm
The next ISS orbit's raisings are planned on August 29 and September 24-25...

Progress M-60 undocking is scheduled on September 19-20 and Soyuz TMA-10 relocation - on September 27-28...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: brahmanknight on 08/20/2007 04:15 pm
Do the US radiators get deployed right after Zarya solar array retraction, or is there no set time for that yet?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/20/2007 04:26 pm
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brahmanknight - 20/8/2007  8:15 PM

Do the US radiators get deployed right after Zarya solar array retraction, or is there no set time for that yet?

I read somewhere that two radiators of S1 truss will be deployed during STS-120 flight and two radiators of P1 truss - during Expedition 16 (after Harmony relocation to Destiny)...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 08/21/2007 01:20 am
"I read somewhere that two radiators of S1 truss will be deployed during STS-120 flight and two radiators of P1 truss - during Expedition 16 (after Harmony relocation to Destiny)... "

Correct.  As to when the FGB solar arrays are retracted is being discussed by the two programs.  At issue is when/who does an EVA if they fail to retract automatically and have to be manually retracted.   Moscow doesn't want this stage and NASA doesn't want the next one.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 08/23/2007 08:28 pm
Those Russians really don't want to get those radiators deployed, do they?  If I'm not misstaken, with S4 and P4 arrays active and P6 soon to be: isn't there enough supplemental power being fed to the RS to more than make up for the Zarya arrays?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 08/23/2007 10:31 pm
With PMA-2 scheduled to be relocated the same day that STS-120 undocks, what is the procedure for the shuttle re-docking with ISS in case of an emergency?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 08/24/2007 01:17 am
"Those Russians really don't want to get those radiators deployed, do they? If I'm not misstaken, with S4 and P4 arrays active and P6 soon to be: isn't there enough supplemental power being fed to the RS to more than make up for the Zarya arrays?"

No, we are not quite there when we have to feather/lock the arrays for things like dockings and reboosts.  Then we get real tight with the current config.  Gets better after 10A (then worse when 1E, 1J/A..).  Also, since there is no way to restart the FGB once power is lost (and the batteries expire early next year) redudant and plentiful power to the RS is even more ctitical.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/24/2007 01:54 pm
The reboost of ISS orbit on August 29th is cancelled, because it is not required... The next reboost will be on September 24-25 with using of Zvezda's engines...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/25/2007 07:32 am
According to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/current.html Harmony+PMA-2 relocation is now scheduled for November 7th...

US EVA-10 and EVA-11 spacewalks are planned on November 13th and November 17th accordingly...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
August 30 - PMA-3 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port to the nadir port of Unity module
NET September 3 (TBD) - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
September 19-20 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 24-25 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
September 27 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya)
October 21 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 23 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 25 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 26 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 28 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 30 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 1 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 3 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 5 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 7 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November 13 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 17 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 25 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
January 31  - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
February 11 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 12 - Progress M-63 launch
February 14 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San/Yi So-yeon]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Bowen]
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Bowen, Hoshide]
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]

Changes on July 16th
Changes on July 23rd
Changes on July 30th
Changes on August 24th
Changes on August 25th
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 08/25/2007 01:16 pm
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anik - 25/8/2007  3:32 AM

According to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/current.html Harmony+PMA-2 relocation is now scheduled for November 7th...


That makes more sense.  I suspect the November 1 EVA will change to a later date as well.  I don't foresee them disconnecting the undocking cables BEFORE the shuttle undocks...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/25/2007 01:49 pm
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Chandonn - 25/8/2007  5:16 PM

I suspect the November 1 EVA will change to a later date as well. I don't foresee them disconnecting the undocking cables BEFORE the shuttle undocks...

From http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html#FLIGHTPLAN

"11/01/07
Thu 04:33 AM...08...16...55...EVA-4: SSPTS cable stow
Thu 05:18 AM...08...17...40...EVA-4: PMA-2/lab umbilical stow"
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 08/25/2007 02:19 pm
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anik - 25/8/2007  9:49 AM

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Chandonn - 25/8/2007  5:16 PM

I suspect the November 1 EVA will change to a later date as well. I don't foresee them disconnecting the undocking cables BEFORE the shuttle undocks...

From http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html#FLIGHTPLAN

"11/01/07
Thu 04:33 AM...08...16...55...EVA-4: SSPTS cable stow
Thu 05:18 AM...08...17...40...EVA-4: PMA-2/lab umbilical stow"

Yes, but has been stated by others in previous posts, the external cables to PMA-2 include the connections necessary for undocking from the station side.  Also, once those cables are disconnected, how do you dock the shuttle again if safe haven is needed?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Avron on 08/25/2007 02:20 pm
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Chandonn - 25/8/2007  9:16 AM

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anik - 25/8/2007  3:32 AM

According to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/current.html Harmony+PMA-2 relocation is now scheduled for November 7th...


That makes more sense.  I suspect the November 1 EVA will change to a later date as well.  I don't foresee them disconnecting the undocking cables BEFORE the shuttle undocks...

Why not?.. Is not PMA-3 the one in use for STS?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 08/25/2007 03:10 pm
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Avron - 25/8/2007  10:20 AM

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Chandonn - 25/8/2007  9:16 AM

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anik - 25/8/2007  3:32 AM

According to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/current.html Harmony+PMA-2 relocation is now scheduled for November 7th...


That makes more sense.  I suspect the November 1 EVA will change to a later date as well.  I don't foresee them disconnecting the undocking cables BEFORE the shuttle undocks...

Why not?.. Is not PMA-3 the one in use for STS?

PMA-3 cannot be used for shuttle dockings until it is attached to Node 3.  There is virtually no clearance where it is now (truss, radiator, and Zarya solar arrays), and after it is relocated on August 30, there will be negative clearance (a Soyuz spacecraft docked to Zarya nadir).
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Avron on 08/25/2007 03:21 pm
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Chandonn - 25/8/2007  11:10 AM

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Avron - 25/8/2007  10:20 AM

Why not?.. Is not PMA-3 the one in use for STS?

PMA-3 cannot be used for shuttle dockings until it is attached to Node 3.  There is virtually no clearance where it is now (truss, radiator, and Zarya solar arrays), and after it is relocated on August 30, there will be negative clearance (a Soyuz spacecraft docked to Zarya nadir).

Thanks.. my bad.. getting lost with all these transfers.. does anyone have a simple list of what is where and when and where it moves, what is the location and what is final etc..  

It would be of much help to keep track and simplify things
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 08/25/2007 03:56 pm
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Avron - 25/8/2007  11:21 AM

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Chandonn - 25/8/2007  11:10 AM

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Avron - 25/8/2007  10:20 AM

Why not?.. Is not PMA-3 the one in use for STS?

PMA-3 cannot be used for shuttle dockings until it is attached to Node 3.  There is virtually no clearance where it is now (truss, radiator, and Zarya solar arrays), and after it is relocated on August 30, there will be negative clearance (a Soyuz spacecraft docked to Zarya nadir).

Thanks.. my bad.. getting lost with all these transfers.. does anyone have a simple list of what is where and when and where it moves, what is the location and what is final etc..  

It would be of much help to keep track and simplify things

PMA-3 is currently on the port CBM of Unity.  On August 30 it gets relocated to Unity nadir.

During STS-120, the shuttle docks to PMA-2 (which is at the fore end of Destiny).  Node-2 (Harmony) is berthed temporarily to Unity port.  After the shuttle undocks, PMA-2 is relocated from Destiny fore to what will be Harmony fore.  Then Harmony+PMA-2 is relocated to Destiny fore.  Since PMA-2 is the only place the shuttle can dock at present, it is necessary to temporarily stow Harmony.

The choice for where to stow it is based on where the SSRMS can easily reach with the shuttle docked, as well as how easily it can do the relocations after the shutle leaves.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/26/2007 08:39 am
Quote from http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/content/?cid=5213

"This is in preparation for the arrival of the European ATV-1 (Automated Transfer Vehicle 1), currently planned for early March 2008, which requires ASN for proximity operations and docking approach to the SM (Service Module) aft end"
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 08/26/2007 06:53 pm
The 8/25/07 ISS On-Orbit status shows the following for the PMA-2/ Harmony Relocation:

11/08/07 -- Node 2 “Harmony” relocation; PMA2 relocation

Here these activities take place on two days.
Would it be possible to do both moves in one day?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 08/26/2007 09:17 pm
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dsmillman - 26/8/2007  2:53 PM

The 8/25/07 ISS On-Orbit status shows the following for the PMA-2/ Harmony Relocation:

11/08/07 -- Node 2 “Harmony” relocation; PMA2 relocation

Here these activities take place on two days.
Would it be possible to do both moves in one day?

Generally, they will wait a few hours after two elements are joined together to equalize the temperature between them.  I believe it was in the neighborhood of 8-12 hours when PMA-2 was attached to Destiny.  Then the bolts have to be driven completely and electrical connections made.  It's a lot easier to do these moves one at a time: it's more involved than it looks.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/28/2007 09:22 pm
I have added events of Expedition 17 flight, according to information from http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html#LAUNCHES

Progress M-64 launch will be in May 2008, Progress M-65 - in July 2008 and Soyuz TMA-13 - in September 2008...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/01/2007 10:00 am
According to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html Progress M-60 undocking is scheduled for September 19th...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/02/2007 10:06 pm
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anik - 1/9/2007  6:00 AM
2007
NET September 10 - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module..

I'm actually expecting a date for this much closer to the launch of STS-120.  I think these delays in the retraction are related to an expected delay in the launch of 120.  But, they have to be retracted before the remaining ETCS radiators are deployed, which I believe begins during 120.  Who knows, maybe Discovery will be in orbit before they finally give a "go" for retract...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/02/2007 10:32 pm
"I'm actually expecting a date for this much closer to the launch of STS-120. I think these delays in the retraction are related to an expected delay in the launch of 120. But, they have to be retracted before the remaining ETCS radiators are deployed, which I believe begins during 120. Who knows, maybe Discovery will be in orbit before they finally give a "go" for retract"

Not sure where the Sept 10 comes in at all.  The date is very much TBD and has nothing to do with the launch of 10A.  The Russians are concerned about when a contingency EVA (if needed) would be planed.  It would be best to do any EVA prior to 10A so plans can remain as they are.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/03/2007 03:40 am
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erioladastra - 3/9/2007  2:32 AM

Not sure where the Sept 10 comes in at all

Unfortunately my sources do not know when this event will be, so I am compelled to look on next week's plan of ISS activities on http://www.mcc.rsa.ru/plan_sl.htm (in Russian)... That plan contains now info on week from September 3 to September 9 and it has not retraction event, therefore I published NET September 10 date... My apologies for misinformation...

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erioladastra - 3/9/2007  2:32 AM

The date is very much TBD

Thanks, erioladastra!...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/03/2007 02:43 pm
Five-day autonomous flight of Progress M-60 cargo ship is planned on September 19-24 (between undocking and deorbit) for performing experiment...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/07/2007 02:01 am
"My apologies for misinformation... "

No apology needed.  Just curious.  This is a very heated debate right now so any talk of a date would be pure fiction.  It could happen tomorrow (not likely) or weeks from now or even in Increment 16.  As soon as I know a date I will post it...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/07/2007 02:24 am
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erioladastra - 6/9/2007  10:01 PM

RE: Zarya array retraction

...  This is a very heated debate right now so any talk of a date would be pure fiction.  It could happen tomorrow (not likely) or weeks from now or even in Increment 16.  As soon as I know a date I will post it...

I'm anxious to see how it comes out.  As I understand it, 2 of the 4 remaining ETCS radiators are to be deployed on STS-120, and the Zarya arrays would be too close to them at that point, so they have to be retracted prior to Discovery's arrival. (although I suppose they COULD put the retraction in the middle of STS-120, but I presume that hasn't been put into the flight plan.)  Also, I would hope they would plan the retraction early enough that an unplanned EVA could be done to aid the retraction if there is a problem with it.  That doesn't leave much time either remaining in Increment 15 or starting in 16 before the shuttle arrives.

EDIT: Best case scenario(?): do the retraction during Increment 15, BEFORE the preps for 16's arrival and do an unplanned EVA to aid the retraction if there is a problem AFTER 16 settles in.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/07/2007 01:51 pm
According to http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/MM_NTV_Breaking.html Soyuz TMA-10 relocation from the nadir port of Zarya module to the aft end port of Zvezda module is planned from 19:18 till 19:43 UTC on September 27th...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
TBD - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
September 19 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 24 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
September 24 - Progress M-60 deorbit
September 27 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya)
October 21 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 23 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 25 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 26 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 26 - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
October 28 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 30 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 1 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 2 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 5 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 5 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 7 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November 13 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 17 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December 9 - Columbus docking (with using SSRMS) to the right port of Harmony
December - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 25 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
NET February 15 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS docking (with using SSRMS) to the zenith port of Harmony  
February - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
NET March 3 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, TBD]
April - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, TBD]
May - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, TBD]
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 6 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May - Progress M-64 launch
May - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)  
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
July - Progress M-65 launch
July - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
September - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
September - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, space tourist]
September - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
September - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, space tourist]

Changes on August 28th
Changes on September 1st
Changes on September 3rd
Changes on September 5th
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/08/2007 02:12 am
"I'm anxious to see how it comes out. As I understand it, 2 of the 4 remaining ETCS radiators are to be deployed on STS-120, and the Zarya arrays would be too close to them at that point, so they have to be retracted prior to Discovery's arrival. (although I suppose they COULD put the retraction in the middle of STS-120, but I presume that hasn't been put into the flight plan.) "

The deployment could be deferred - we actually have until after 1E where we need the full thermal cooling.  However, we would have to refill the loops extra times to stop, deploy and then restart, using critical nitrogen in the process.

"Also, I would hope they would plan the retraction early enough that an unplanned EVA could be done to aid the retraction if there is a problem with it. That doesn't leave much time either remaining in Increment 15 or starting in 16 before the shuttle arrives. "

Well that is why we have been pushing for now.  However, Russia wants to make sure the EVA is in the busy increment 16.

"EDIT: Best case scenario(?): do the retraction during Increment 15, BEFORE the preps for 16's arrival and do an unplanned EVA to aid the retraction if there is a problem AFTER 16 settles in."

The problem is that if we add an EVA in the stage, we delay 1E and 1 J/A.  That would be huge - the pressure is amazing to keep those on schedule.  
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: MKremer on 09/08/2007 02:35 am
I think what the question boils down to is why Russia is being so reluctant to schedule a firm date for retraction.

Is it mostly a background reluctance due to national pride (turning additional needed power dependencies over to foreign sources)? Is it because they're unsure the retraction will be successful and internal disagreements about procedures are still delaying a firm date?

I'm sure they're very aware it needs to be done to continue successful ISS construction. Because of that, the "why" question about approval/scheduling is what is becoming most apparent.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/08/2007 09:09 pm
It really boils down to when the contingency EVA would be done - right now they have critical preperations going on for ATV they don't want to delay.  Plus we have a bunch of US EVAs coming up and they want it on one of those.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/08/2007 10:38 pm
I have updated schedule by information from L2 section...

Russian EVA-20 is postponed from May to July 2008...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 09/09/2007 06:02 pm
Does this schedule account for the insertion of the Tile Repair DTO EVA on FD10 of STS-120? How would this extra EVA and any STS-120 delays impact the scheduling of the PMA-2 and Node-2 relocations and US EVA's 10 and 11 ?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 09/09/2007 08:24 pm
Good to see the STS-126 crew on there Anik!
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/09/2007 09:47 pm
"Does this schedule account for the insertion of the Tile Repair DTO EVA on FD10 of STS-120? How would this extra EVA and any STS-120 delays impact the scheduling of the PMA-2 and Node-2 relocations and US EVA's 10 and 11 ?"

It will be added between what is now EVA 3 & 4.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/09/2007 11:31 pm
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dsmillman - 9/9/2007  10:02 PM

Does this schedule account for the insertion of the Tile Repair DTO EVA on FD10 of STS-120?

Oops, I have simply forgotten about it... Thanks for reminding!... :)

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
September 19 - Progress M-60 undocking (from Zvezda)
September 24 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
September 24 - Progress M-60 deorbit  
September 27 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya)
October 21 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 23 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 25 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 26 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 26 - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
October 28 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 30 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 1 - the fourth STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 2 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 4 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 5 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 6 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 7 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
TBD - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module
November 13 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 17 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December 9 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Walheim, Love, Schlegel]  
December 9 - Columbus docking (with using SSRMS) to the right port of Harmony
December 11 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 25 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
NET February 15 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS docking (with using SSRMS) to the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
NET March 3 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 6 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 29 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)  
August 11 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
September 11/13 - Progress M-66 launch
September 13/15 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11/13 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12/14 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, space tourist]
October 14/16 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23/25 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, space tourist]

Changes on September 8th
Changes on September 9th
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TrueBlueWitt on 09/10/2007 02:48 am
What is the timing of PMA-2 relocation versus late inspection on STS-120?

I would assume that PMA-2 relocation only happens after STS-120 is cleared to return to Earth?


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anik - 9/9/2007  7:31 PM

November 4 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 5 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 6 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 7 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 09/10/2007 08:14 pm
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TrueBlueWitt - 10/9/2007  3:48 AM


I would assume that PMA-2 relocation only happens after STS-120 is cleared to return to Earth?


Yes, PMA2/Destiny is the only place the shuttle can dock to currently (I'm not sure about PMA3). So if the safe haven of the ISS is needed then yes, PMA2 must remain on Destiny until it's been cleared for re-entry. :)
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: eeergo on 09/10/2007 09:36 pm
Concerning the Zarya retraction, there's some commentary about it in NASA's ISS section:

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html

"Engineers in Moscow and Houston are performing safety analyses for the upcoming retraction of Zarya's solar array wings. While Space Shuttle Discovery is docked to the station during the STS-120 mission, the station's starboard radiators will be deployed, followed by the port radiators shortly after Discovery departs. To avoid physical contact with the radiators, the Zarya arrays must be completely retracted. The date for the retraction has not been determined."
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/11/2007 01:53 am
"Engineers in Moscow and Houston are performing safety analyses for the upcoming retraction of Zarya's solar array wings. "

Actually, no.  They are there to talk general US-RS power issues and long term FGB power issues.  Not really the arrays.  That is at the management level right now.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/11/2007 05:47 pm
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erioladastra - 10/9/2007  9:53 PM

"Engineers in Moscow and Houston are performing safety analyses for the upcoming retraction of Zarya's solar array wings. "

Actually, no.  They are there to talk general US-RS power issues and long term FGB power issues.  Not really the arrays.  That is at the management level right now.

I saw that article too (it's still up).  Isn't it a bit odd that (according to you) NASA apparently doesn't know what it's really doing right now?  I know when I asked about the Zarya array earlier, you told me they couldn't retract the arrays because they were barely scraping by power-wise (with the addition of the P4 and S4 arrays, I somehow doubt that):

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erioladastra - 23/8/2007  9:17 PM

No, we are not quite there when we have to feather/lock the arrays for things like dockings and reboosts.  Then we get real tight with the current config.  Gets better after 10A (then worse when 1E, 1J/A..).  Also, since there is no way to restart the FGB once power is lost (and the batteries expire early next year) redudant and plentiful power to the RS is even more ctitical.

I see now that the retraction is deferred until after STS-120 on the latest list posted by Anik.  But the STS-120 materials have the S1 radiator deployment listed (which cannot occur until after the retraction).

I'm wondering why NASA is always being listed as wrong, and other stuff posted on this list (which changes rapidly, I might add) is supposedly so much more accurate?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 09/11/2007 06:18 pm
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Chandonn - 11/9/2007  1:47 PM

I'm wondering why NASA is always being listed as wrong, and other stuff posted on this list (which changes rapidly, I might add) is supposedly so much more accurate?
"NASA PAO" and "NASA" are not the same thing.  There's lots of information and detail of information that PAO doesn't report, can't report, or possibly feels it shouldn't report.

Like politically-flavored discussions, for example.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/11/2007 06:43 pm
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psloss - 11/9/2007  2:18 PM

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Chandonn - 11/9/2007  1:47 PM

I'm wondering why NASA is always being listed as wrong, and other stuff posted on this list (which changes rapidly, I might add) is supposedly so much more accurate?
"NASA PAO" and "NASA" are not the same thing.  There's lots of information and detail of information that PAO doesn't report, can't report, or possibly feels it shouldn't report.

Like politically-flavored discussions, for example.

I understand that.  I'm just wondering why I keep finding reports from NASA PAO called blatantly wrong on here by a few regular posters.  Sometimes I'm finding the PAO to be more accurate.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 09/11/2007 06:47 pm
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Chandonn - 11/9/2007  2:43 PM

I understand that.  I'm just wondering why I keep finding reports from NASA PAO called blatantly wrong on here by a few regular posters.  Sometimes I'm finding the PAO to be more accurate.
With respect to this thread, what information?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/11/2007 07:21 pm
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psloss - 11/9/2007  2:47 PM

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Chandonn - 11/9/2007  2:43 PM

I understand that.  I'm just wondering why I keep finding reports from NASA PAO called blatantly wrong on here by a few regular posters.  Sometimes I'm finding the PAO to be more accurate.
With respect to this thread, what information?

I can't think of any on this thread at the moment, but I have noticed a few in the last couple of years where I'll read an article on the NASA site, someone here will say that it's wrong and post something else, then later change it to what was on the NASA site to begin with.  I get a little touchy after such things when people blatantly post here that they know more than NASA does.  Now, some posters here have been dead on the money, like Nathan, Jim, and yourself.  It just gets a bit tiresome when you constantly read: "well, NASA's site is completely wrong" or "NASA's press release is totally wrong".  I would think if NASA had such trouble with their own PAO they would fire them all.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/12/2007 01:19 am
"Concerning the Zarya retraction, there's some commentary about it in NASA's ISS section:"

New date is Sept 28
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/12/2007 01:29 am
"I saw that article too (it's still up). Isn't it a bit odd that (according to you) NASA apparently doesn't know what it's really doing right now? "

Not sure I follow.  It is probably more a matter of level of detail.  Public Affairs doesn't always know the deep technical issues and are trying to report the best they can.  We are talking FGB power at the meeting and since retract is around the same time PAO assumed.  We are having technical discussions with the Russians at the same time on the retraction.


"I know when I asked about the Zarya array earlier, you told me they couldn't retract the arrays because they were barely scraping by power-wise (with the addition of the P4 and S4 arrays, I somehow doubt that):


erioladastra - 23/8/2007 9:17 PM

No, we are not quite there when we have to feather/lock the arrays for things like dockings and reboosts. Then we get real tight with the current config. Gets better after 10A (then worse when 1E, 1J/A..). Also, since there is no way to restart the FGB once power is lost (and the batteries expire early next year) redudant and plentiful power to the RS is even more ctitical."

Ok, I don't recall the whole thread but I think you misunderstood what I was trying to say.  I think folks were talking about how power fat we were now clearly because of all the arrays.  However, it is not like we can open the throttle and give ALL the power to the RS.  We are limited on what power channels feed the RS.  Right now for docking and undocking we have to feather/lock are arrays which greatly reduces the power generation capability.  So that limits what we can give to the RS.  Right now we typically have to have them reduce their loads for an interval.  After 10A we will be better but not perfect.  In the case of a total power loss to the FGB we are still in trouble.  Should we lose one channel we have jumpers to install to give them redunancy.  Does that help clarify it?


"I see now that the retraction is deferred until after STS-120 on the latest list posted by Anik. But the STS-120 materials have the S1 radiator deployment listed (which cannot occur until after the retraction). "

Hmmm, I don't look that closely at those dates since they are usually very fluid.  But this makes me wonder on them all.  I have no idea where that info came form but a date of 9/28 has been agreed to by both sides.  Now problems may arise that pushes that later but there is no decision to defer to after 10A!  Not even close.

"I'm wondering why NASA is always being listed as wrong, and other stuff posted on this list (which changes rapidly, I might add) is supposedly so much more accurate?"

Still not following your point.  I am trying to help clarify or correct incorrect info.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/12/2007 12:23 pm
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erioladastra - 12/9/2007  5:19 AM

New date is Sept 28

Thank you for info!... :)

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erioladastra - 12/9/2007  5:29 AM

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Chandonn - 11/9/2007  9:47 PM

I see now that the retraction is deferred until after STS-120 on the latest list posted by Anik.  But the STS-120 materials have the S1 radiator deployment listed (which cannot occur until after the retraction)

Hmmm, I don't look that closely at those dates since they are usually very fluid.  But this makes me wonder on them all.  I have no idea where that info came form but a date of 9/28 has been agreed to by both sides.  Now problems may arise that pushes that later but there is no decision to defer to after 10A!  Not even close

TBD date after STS-120/10A for retraction was just my assumption, because I thought that there will not be time for retraction and unscheduled spacewalk (if problems) before Soyuz TMA-11 launch... My apologies... :(
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/12/2007 01:50 pm
Thank you both!  I think you understand a bit of my frustration now.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 09/12/2007 02:45 pm
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Chandonn - 12/9/2007  9:50 AM

Thank you both!  I think you understand a bit of my frustration now.
Over time I've found that this isn't out of the ordinary.  Plans can change until they are executed and in large organizations one question might produce multiple answers -- all of which might be accurate depending on the point of view.

If you're expecting definites, then it will be frustrating on occasion; however, knowing what different sources are saying does provide better awareness and can provide some clarity.

(And thanks as always to anik and erioladastra, among others, who frequently post about ISS schedules and status.)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/12/2007 03:15 pm
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anik - 3/9/2007  6:43 PM

Five-day autonomous flight of Progress M-60 cargo ship is planned on September 19-24 (between undocking and deorbit) for performing experiment...

The name of the experiment is Plasma-Progress... Read about it on http://www.energia.ru/eng/iss/researches/geophis-13.html
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/17/2007 01:51 pm
The deorbit of Progress M-60 cargo ship is scheduled on September 25...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/19/2007 07:19 pm
I was told today that the retraction of Zarya's solar arrays will be after Soyuz TMA-10 landing...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: DaveS on 09/20/2007 10:01 pm
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anik - 19/9/2007  9:19 PM
I was told today that the retraction of Zarya's solar arrays will be after Soyuz TMA-10 landing...
Hmm. That puts it in direct conflict with today's shuttle stand-up meeting which says that the retraction is planned for tommorow.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/20/2007 11:19 pm
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DaveS - 20/9/2007  6:01 PM

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anik - 19/9/2007  9:19 PM
I was told today that the retraction of Zarya's solar arrays will be after Soyuz TMA-10 landing...
Hmm. That puts it in direct conflict with today's shuttle stand-up meeting which says that the retraction is planned for tommorow.

.. not to mention the last "official" statement on NSF said September 27.  Interesting how these things go?  I'll be glad to see it done, update my model, and go on with 10A preps.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/21/2007 01:05 am
"I was told today that the retraction of Zarya's solar arrays will be after Soyuz TMA-10 landing... "

I am VERY curious about your sources.  That isn't even a rumor.  That is not even talked about on the Russian side.  We are still pressing for the 28 and 29th (one array each day).  If it slips it will be by days, not by weeks.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/21/2007 03:00 am
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DaveS - 21/9/2007  2:01 AM

That puts it in direct conflict with today's shuttle stand-up meeting which says that the retraction is planned for tommorow

I.e. today... Interestingly... :)

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Chandonn - 21/9/2007  3:19 AM

not to mention the last "official" statement on NSF said September 27

You mixed up with September 28... September 27 is day for Soyuz TMA-10 relocation... :)

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erioladastra - 21/9/2007  5:05 AM

I am VERY curious about your sources.  That isn't even a rumor.  That is not even talked about on the Russian side.  We are still pressing for the 28 and 29th (one array each day).  If it slips it will be by days, not by weeks

On September 19 my source from MCC-M have seen the plan of ISS activities on week from September 24 till September 30... There is not retraction on September 28 nor September 29, nor September 30... I am not sure about this event on week from October 1 till October 7 (no release of week plan for now), but my source added that there will not be retraction too...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
September 24 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
September 25 - Progress M-60 deorbit
September 27 - Soyuz TMA-10 relocation (from Zarya to Zvezda) [Kotov, Yurchikhin, C.Anderson]
September 28-29 (TBD) - retraction of two solar arrays of Zarya module (or October)
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya)
October 21 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 23 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 25 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 26 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 26 - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
October 28 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 30 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 1 - the fourth STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 2 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 4 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 6 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 7 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony  
November 9 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November 14 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 18 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December 9 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Walheim, Love, Schlegel]
December 9 - Columbus docking (with using SSRMS) to the right port of Harmony
December 11 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 25 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
January 31 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch (or February 15)
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda) (or March 3)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS docking (with using SSRMS) to the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 6 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 29 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 11 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
September 11 - Progress M-66 launch
September 13 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, space tourist]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, space tourist]

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/22/2007 01:26 am
"On September 19 my source from MCC-M have seen the plan of ISS activities on week from September 24 till September 30... There is not retraction on September 28 nor September 29, nor September 30... I am not sure about this event on week from October 1 till October 7 (no release of week plan for now), but my source added that there will not be retraction too... "

First, sorry, I was tired last night and I did not mean my post to sound accusatory.  I hope it did not.

Second, now I can see.  I think your source is just a little behind in the process.  MCC-M was waiting for some official sign off so it was delayed in that sense.  But it has been on the official plans for a bit and he/she must not have seen the latest plans yet.  It is there.  Starboard on 9/28 and port on 9/29.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: MKremer on 09/22/2007 02:15 am
Thank you very much for confirming that... hopefully something to look forward to late next week.  :)
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: bsegal on 09/25/2007 03:52 pm
Did the reboost occur yesterday (9/24)?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/25/2007 04:03 pm
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bsegal - 25/9/2007  7:52 PM

Did the reboost occur yesterday (9/24)?

Yes, at 19:34:00 UTC... The duration of the burning of Zvezda's engines was 107 seconds, value of impulse - 3 meters per second... The mean height of ISS orbit was raised on 5.2 kilometers...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/25/2007 04:29 pm
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bsegal - 25/9/2007  11:52 AM

Did the reboost occur yesterday (9/24)?

Per http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html:

"A busy week of science, maintenance and preparations aboard the International Space Station kicked off Monday with a reboost of the orbital complex.
On Monday afternoon, the Zvezda Service Module's engines were fired to raise the space station to the correct altitude for the upcoming Soyuz TMA-11 and Space Shuttle Discovery dockings in October.
Earlier Monday, Flight Engineer Clay Anderson conducted a ham radio session with students at the Heidelberg University for Applied Sciences in Heidelberg, Germany.
Over the weekend, Anderson conducted a "Saturday Science" session with the Analyzing Interferometer for Ambient Air (ANITA) payload. Developed by the European Space Agency, ANITA determines concentrations of up to 32 different trace gases in the station's atmosphere.
With the Progress 25 undocking on Sept. 18, the aft port of the Zvezda service module is open and ready for the relocation of the Soyuz TMA-10 on Thursday. The relocation opens up the Zarya nadir, or earth-facing, port for the arrival of Expedition 16 in its Soyuz TMA-11 on Oct. 12."
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: William Graham on 09/25/2007 10:37 pm
Can you confirm that Progress M-60 has been deorbited? Do you have a time at which this occured?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/26/2007 01:16 am
"Do you have a time at which this occured?"

Approximately 19:01 GMT
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/26/2007 02:46 am
Per http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html, the crew is just about ready for the relocation of Soyuz TMA-10 on Thursday.  And the SSRMS is in position to view the Zarya solar array retraction on Friday and Saturday.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 09/27/2007 04:20 pm
I have added into plan some Expedition 18 flight's events... The Russian EVA-21 spacewalk is scheduled in December 2008...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17/18 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
October 10 - Soyuz TMA-11 launch [Malenchenko, Whitson, Shukor]
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-11 docking (to Zarya)
October 21 - Soyuz TMA-10 undocking (from Zvezda) and landing [Kotov, Yurchikhin, Shukor]
October 23 - Discovery (STS-120) launch [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, Tani]
October 25 - Discovery (STS-120) docking (to PMA-2)
October 26 - the first STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
October 26 - Harmony docking (with using SSRMS) to the left port of Unity
October 28 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 30 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 1 - the fourth STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 2 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 4 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 6 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 6 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 8 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November 14 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 18 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December 9 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Walheim, Love, Schlegel]
December 9 - Columbus docking (with using SSRMS) to the right port of Harmony
December 11 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 18 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 25 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
January 31 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Linnehan, Foreman, Reisman]
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS docking (with using SSRMS) to the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 6 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 29 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 11 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
September 11 - Progress M-66 launch
September 13 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 6 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Wakata]
November 8 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
November - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 21 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Chamitoff]
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]
December 17 - Progress M-67 launch
December 19 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: DaveS on 09/27/2007 08:04 pm
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Chandonn - 26/9/2007  4:46 AM

Per http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html, the crew is just about ready for the relocation of Soyuz TMA-10 on Thursday.  And the SSRMS is in position to view the Zarya solar array retraction on Friday and Saturday.
And there will be a video replay of the retraction showed during tommorow's ISS commentary hour that runs from 11 am Eastern time to 12 pm Eastern time.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/27/2007 08:32 pm
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DaveS - 27/9/2007  4:04 PM

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Chandonn - 26/9/2007  4:46 AM

Per http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html, the crew is just about ready for the relocation of Soyuz TMA-10 on Thursday.  And the SSRMS is in position to view the Zarya solar array retraction on Friday and Saturday.
And there will be a video replay of the retraction showed during tommorow's ISS commentary hour that runs from 11 am Eastern time to 12 pm Eastern time.

... which begs the question: what time is the retraction scheduled for?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: sts1canada on 09/27/2007 08:52 pm
The retraction of the first FGB array (I think it is the port one) is scheduled to start at 10:09 AM EDT (2:09 PM GMT) tomorrow (Friday, September 28th). The second FGB array is scheduled to retract on Saturday, September 29th at 8:59 AM EDT (12:59 PM GMT) if the first retraction attempt tomorrow is successful. Each retraction is timelined for about 15 minutes, should be interesting to see how these arrays retract after being extended for nearly 9 years! (timeline source of info listed in L2).

Richard
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: DaveS on 09/27/2007 10:26 pm
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sts1canada - 27/9/2007  10:52 PM
 should be interesting to see how these arrays retract after being extended for nearly 9 years! (timeline source of info listed in L2).
Shouldn't be much problem considering that these arrays are of the rigid type, while the US SAWs are flexible, just like Hubble's two first pairs of solar arrays was.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/27/2007 10:54 pm
Thanks!  and I believe the first array to retract is the starboard array.  I assume this is because the starboard radiators will be deployed during STS-120.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 09/28/2007 01:43 am
"Thanks! and I believe the first array to retract is the starboard array. I assume this is because the starboard radiators will be deployed during STS-120."

No - it is because the SSRMS is required viewing and it was more efficient from a crew time point of view to move toe starboard first, then port.  If it was the other way around we would have had to maneuver it out of the plumes of 15S before long, whereas no it can be done by Peggy et all as part of familization.

Actually the Russians are nervous they won't reract (manual tool is already on ISS) but they are more worried it will retract too far - hences the SSRMS viewing.  The SSRMS view is specially alinged so they can tell if it went too far.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 09/28/2007 02:22 am
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erioladastra - 27/9/2007  9:43 PM

"Thanks! and I believe the first array to retract is the starboard array. I assume this is because the starboard radiators will be deployed during STS-120."

No - it is because the SSRMS is required viewing and it was more efficient from a crew time point of view to move toe starboard first, then port.  If it was the other way around we would have had to maneuver it out of the plumes of 15S before long, whereas no it can be done by Peggy et all as part of familization.

Actually the Russians are nervous they won't reract (manual tool is already on ISS) but they are more worried it will retract too far - hences the SSRMS viewing.  The SSRMS view is specially alinged so they can tell if it went too far.

Thanks!  I thought it might have something to do with clearance if only one array would retract.

Thanks for the clarification.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: capcomespace on 10/10/2007 09:29 am
Why retract the Zarya array ?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: DaveS on 10/10/2007 10:26 am
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capcomespace - 10/10/2007  11:29 AM

Why retract the Zarya array ?
Please do read the other ISS threads! They were retracted to provide the necessary clearance for the S1 and P1 radiator panels.

So far only the center radiator panels have been deployedon both trusses. But during STS-120 they will deploy the outboard and inboard radiator panels on S1, with the P1 radiator panels being deployed once the PMA/Harmony relocation is complete.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 10/10/2007 07:31 pm
I have added crewmembers (from this (http://astro.zeto.czest.pl/loty/sts119.htm) source) and dates (from L2 (http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/L2/) section) for STS-119 flight into plan...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Ankle-bone12 on 10/11/2007 05:59 am
Forgive me if this has already been brought up. What time isTMA 11 docking to Zarya?

Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 10/11/2007 01:18 pm
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Ankle-bone12 - 11/10/2007  1:59 AM

Forgive me if this has already been brought up. What time isTMA 11 docking to Zarya?


... about 10:52 am EDT per the latest I've seen from NASA's website ( http://spaceflight.nasa.gov ).
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 10/13/2007 02:43 pm
The NASA TV schedule is now showing the following for the Node 2 activities during Stage 10A:

November 6, Tuesday
1 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 PMA-2 Relocation from Destiny to Harmony - JSC (Public and Media Channels)

November 8, Thursday
1 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 Harmony/PMA-2 Relocation from Unity to Destiny - JSC (Public and Media Channels)

November 14, Wednesday
2 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 Spacewalk Coverage - JSC (Public and Media Channels)

November 18, Sunday
2 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 Spacewalk Coverage - JSC (Public and Media Channels)

These times seem odd since the PMA-3 relocation began about 5:30AM EDT and the last US EVA began about 6:30AM EDT.  Can anyone confirm these times from another source?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 10/13/2007 03:01 pm
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dsmillman - 13/10/2007  10:43 AM

The NASA TV schedule is now showing the following for the Node 2 activities during Stage 10A:
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These times seem odd since the PMA-3 relocation began about 5:30AM EDT and the last US EVA began about 6:30AM EDT.  Can anyone confirm these times from another source?
I can't, but it seems plausible given that the ISS crew typically shifts their day to synchronize with visiting shuttle crews and that the Node 2 activities will occur immediately after the 10A mission.  

Not sure if they have shifted schedules during either the current expedition crew handover or the upcoming Soyuz TMA-10 undocking, but it seems plausible that they would opt to delay shifting back to a GMT/UTC schedule until later in the 10A stage after the reconfiguration is complete.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 10/13/2007 11:45 pm
"Not sure if they have shifted schedules during either the current expedition crew handover or the upcoming Soyuz TMA-10 undocking, but it seems plausible that they would opt to delay shifting back to a GMT/UTC schedule until later in the 10A stage after the reconfiguration is complete. "

Correct - they shifted for the Soyuz mission and there is only slight shift between missions.  After 10A they will go back to the nominal schedule.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Nicolas PILLET on 10/14/2007 10:40 am
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anik - 10/10/2007  9:31 PM

October - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Chamitoff]

November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Chamitoff]

There must be an error : CHAMITOFF will land on STS-126 and won't be present on station at the time of the relocation.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 10/14/2007 01:04 pm
Should be MAGNUS returning on STS-119.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 10/14/2007 02:07 pm
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Nicolas PILLET - 14/10/2007  2:40 PM

There must be an error: CHAMITOFF will land on STS-126 and won't be present on station at the time of the relocation

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TJL - 14/10/2007  5:04 PM

Should be MAGNUS returning on STS-119

Oops... Thanks for corrections, Nicolas and Tom!... Something happened with me when I posted that... I know Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V are bad keys... :laugh:
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 10/18/2007 04:28 pm
Using data from L2 section, I have added info about STS-125 mission... Simply for reference...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17/18 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
October 28 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 30 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 1 - the fourth STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 2 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 4 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 6 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 6 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 8 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November 14 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 18 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December 9 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Walheim, Love, Schlegel]
December 9 - Columbus docking (with using SSRMS) to the right port of Harmony
December 11 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 25/26 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch  
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Linnehan, Foreman, Reisman, Behnken]
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS docking (with using SSRMS) to the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
March 2 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 6 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 29 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 7 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 9 - HST grapple
August 10 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 11 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 11 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
August 12 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 13 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 14 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 15 - HST deploy
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
September 11 - Progress M-66 launch
September 13 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 6 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
November 8 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
November 9 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 11 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 13 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 15 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 17 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]
December 17 - Progress M-67 launch
December 19 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Jeff Lerner on 10/18/2007 04:33 pm
Why is it going to take 14 days for ATV-1 to dock to ISS ??
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: MKremer on 10/18/2007 04:45 pm
Quote
Wildthing - 18/10/2007  11:33 AM

Why is it going to take 14 days for ATV-1 to dock to ISS ??

Lots of on-orbit checkouts and testing (including docking approach tests) before going thru with the actual docking itself.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 10/27/2007 07:18 am
Information about new dates of STS-124 events is from L2 section...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17/18 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
October 28 - the second STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Tani]
October 30 - the third STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 1 - the fourth STS-120 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Parazynski, Wheelock]
November 2 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 4 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 6 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 6 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 8 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November 14 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 18 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December 9 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Walheim, Love, Schlegel]
December 9 - Columbus docking (with using SSRMS) to the right port of Harmony
December 11 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 25/26 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Linnehan, Foreman, Reisman, Behnken]
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS docking (with using SSRMS) to the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
March 2 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 29 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 7 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 9 - HST grapple
August 10 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 11 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 11 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
August 12 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 13 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 14 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 15 - HST deploy
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
September 11 - Progress M-66 launch
September 13 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Higginbotham, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 6 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
November 8 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
November 9 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 11 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 13 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 15 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 17 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]
December 17 - Progress M-67 launch
December 19 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)

Changes on October 27th
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: hektor on 10/27/2007 11:25 am
When is Kibo ELM-PS  relocated ?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 10/27/2007 01:57 pm
According to the latest timeline, the logistics module would be relocated on May 1.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: collectSPACE on 10/29/2007 07:19 pm
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anik - 29/10/2007  2:46 PM

November 4 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 6 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 6 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 8 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny

Of course, these just changed, all moved forward by one day.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 10/29/2007 07:51 pm
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collectSPACE - 29/10/2007  4:19 PM

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anik - 29/10/2007  2:46 PM

November 4 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 6 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 6 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 8 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny

Of course, these just changed, all moved forward by one day.
If they stick to the timelines mentioned in the briefings, the "undock + 10" and "undock + 14" EVAs (US EVA 10 and 11) would also move to the right one day.

And as noted in the briefings, the STS-122 launch date could slip depending on how that goes and how long it takes, too...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: collectSPACE on 10/29/2007 08:03 pm
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psloss - 29/10/2007  3:51 PM

If they stick to the timelines mentioned in the briefings, the "undock + 10" and "undock + 14" EVAs (US EVA 10 and 11) would also move to the right one day.
It was said today at JSC that the stage EVAs' dates won't be changing.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 10/29/2007 08:06 pm
The press conference today said that everything shifts back one day up through the second EVA (#11), and there's hope that maybe they can make up ground afterwards. But until EVA11 (now Nov 19th) the schedule is too tight to modify.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: collectSPACE on 10/29/2007 08:16 pm
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rdale - 29/10/2007  4:06 PM

The press conference today said that everything shifts back one day up through the second EVA (#11), and there's hope that maybe they can make up ground afterwards. But until EVA11 (now Nov 19th) the schedule is too tight to modify.
Rob Navias briefed the press here (JSC) after the conference was over, specifically stating that the stage EVAs would not change dates.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 10/29/2007 08:20 pm
Thanks - interesting...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 10/29/2007 08:22 pm
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collectSPACE - 29/10/2007  5:16 PM

Rob Navias briefed the press here (JSC) after the conference was over, specifically stating that the stage EVAs would not change dates.
Thanks for the update.  I'll still be curious to hear what the plan is when they do the 10A stage / STS-122 preview briefings at the end of next week.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: collectSPACE on 10/29/2007 08:41 pm
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psloss - 29/10/2007  4:22 PM

'll still be curious to hear what the plan is when they do the 10A stage / STS-122 preview briefings at the end of next week.
Which of course, now come on the same day as the Node 2/PMA-2 move, making for a particularly busy day for space newsies... :)
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 10/29/2007 09:46 pm
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collectSPACE - 29/10/2007  5:41 PM

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psloss - 29/10/2007  4:22 PM

'll still be curious to hear what the plan is when they do the 10A stage / STS-122 preview briefings at the end of next week.
Which of course, now come on the same day as the Node 2/PMA-2 move, making for a particularly busy day for space newsies... :)
Seems like the first two weeks or so of the 10A stage have the pace of a shuttle mission...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 10/30/2007 02:50 pm
I was told Progress M-62 launch date can be moved from December 23 to December 18/20...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/02/2007 08:41 pm
From http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/content/?cid=5273

"Quick Look Timeline: 11/5 - Undock. 11/9 - EVA 5. 11/13 - PMA2 relocate. 11/15 - Node2/PMA2 relocate. 11/21 - EVA 10. 11/25 - EVA 11"
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/03/2007 05:12 pm
Dates for events of 10A Stage are updated according to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/current.html

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17/18 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
November 5 - Discovery (STS-120) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 7 - Discovery (STS-120) landing [Melroy, Zamka, Parazynski, Wilson, Wheelock, Nespoli, C.Anderson]
November 9 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 12 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 14 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November 20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December 9 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Walheim, Love, Schlegel]
December 9 - Columbus installation (with using SSRMS) on the right port of Harmony
December 11 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Love, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Tani]
December 22 (TBD) - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs) (or December 17/19)
December 23 (TBD) - Progress M-62 launch (or December 18/20)
December 25/26 (TBD) - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs) (or December 20/22)

2008
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS installation (with using SSRMS) on the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Foreman, Behnken]
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
March 2 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 27 - Kibo PM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony  
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - Kibo ELM-PS relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo PM
May 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 7 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 9 - HST grapple
August 10 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 11 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 12 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 13 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 14 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 15 - HST deploy
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]

September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October/November - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 6 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
November 8 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
November 9 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 11 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 13 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 15 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 17 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)  
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 12 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Kopra]
March 14 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Wakata]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]

Changes on October 27th
Changes on October 29th
Changes on October 30th
Changes on November 1st
Changes on November 2nd
Changes on November 3rd
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 11/04/2007 04:06 pm
QUOTE...
November 9 - spacewalk from Quest airlock [Whitson, Malenchenko]
November 12 - PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from Destiny to Harmony
November 14 - Harmony+PMA-2 relocation (with SSRMS help) from the left port of Unity to Destiny
November 20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-10) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]

Anik...I see the EVA on 11/20 is US EVA 10, and the EVA on 11/24 is EVA 11
What is the EVA on 11/9 called?
I know the EVA conducted by EXP-15 on 7/23 was called US EVA 9.
Thanks.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/04/2007 04:37 pm
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TJL - 4/11/2007  8:06 PM

What is the EVA on 11/9 called?

Official designation is "STS-120 EVA-5"...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 11/04/2007 05:18 pm
That's surprising...I thought for sure it would be re-named being that STS-120 will have already returned by then...thanks, Anik.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 11/04/2007 05:52 pm
No, per yesterday's press conference they wanted to keep the name the same to avoid confusion.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 11/04/2007 08:27 pm
The ISS On-Orbit Status 11/04/07 report is now showing the following schedule for the next few weeks:

Significant Events Ahead (all dates Eastern Standard, some changes possible):
11/05/07 -- STS-120/Discovery/10A undocking (FD14/5:32am)
11/07/07 -- STS-120/Discovery/10A deorbit burn (FD16/10:44am EST
11/07/07 -- STS-120/Discovery/10A landing @ KSC (FD16/11:44am EST)
11/08/07 -- EVA-5 (Peggy Whitson/Dan Tani)
11/12/07 -- PMA-2 relocation to Node 2 (PMA-2 umbilicals stowed on 10A EVA-5)
11/14/07 -- Node-2 (Harmony) plus PMA-2 relocation to front of Lab
11/20/07 -- US EVA-10 (Peggy Whitson/Dan Tani)
11/24/07 -- US EVA-11 (Peggy Whitson/Dan Tani)

Has anyone heard anything about EVA-5 being moved from Friday Nov. 9 to Thursday Nov. 8?
Also EVA-5 is showing Whitson and Tani. Has the EVA crew been changed?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/05/2007 06:14 am
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dsmillman - 5/11/2007  12:27 AM

Has anyone heard anything about EVA-5 being moved from Friday Nov. 9 to Thursday Nov. 8?

Quote from http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/content/?cid=5273 : "With only EVA 4 planned on 10A, the team will look at 11/8 as an EVA 5 option"

Possibly they have chosen this option already...

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dsmillman - 5/11/2007  12:27 AM

Also EVA-5 is showing Whitson and Tani. Has the EVA crew been changed?

I think it is mistake...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 11/05/2007 06:15 am
"Has anyone heard anything about EVA-5 being moved from Friday Nov. 9 to Thursday Nov. 8?
Also EVA-5 is showing Whitson and Tani. Has the EVA crew been changed?"

Everything is under review and being worked.  It will be changing.  I would consider everything preliminary right now except for the first 1-2 events.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 11/05/2007 06:53 pm
The NASA TV schedule now shows the following for the Stage 10A events:

November 6, Tuesday
12 p.m. - ISS Expedition 16 Mission Status Briefing

November 9, Friday
5 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 Spacewalk Coverage (spacewalk scheduled to begin at 6 a.m.;
2 p.m. - ISS Post-EVA Mission Status Briefing - JSC (Public and Media Channels)

November 12, Monday
5 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 PMA-2 Relocation from Destiny to Harmony (relocation scheduled to begin at 5:40 a.m.; Mission Status Briefing follows the relocation)

November 14, Wednesday
4:30 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 Harmony/PMA-2 Relocation from Unity to Destiny (relocation scheduled to begin at 4:55 a.m.; Mission Status Briefing follows the relocation)

November 20, Tuesday
5 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 Spacewalk Coverage (spacewalk scheduled to begin at 6 a.m.; Mission Status Briefing follows the spacewalk)

November 24, Saturday
5 a.m. - ISS Expedition 16 Spacewalk Coverage (spacewalk scheduled to begin at 6 a.m.; Mission Status Briefing follows the spacewalk)

Lets hope this is the last update for these events.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 11/06/2007 01:06 pm
There will be done a ISS reboost on Nov, 28. Correct me if I am wrong, that it will be done by Zvezda engines.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/12/2007 03:40 pm
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anik - 30/10/2007  7:50 PM

I was told Progress M-62 launch date can be moved from December 23 to December 18/20...

That was changed again due to closeness to STS-122 mission... The preliminary Progress M-62 launch date is December 28th... The docking of cargo ship to the aft end port of Zvezda module is scheduled on December 30-31...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/14/2007 08:06 pm
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anik - 12/11/2007  7:40 PM

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anik - 30/10/2007  7:50 PM

I was told Progress M-62 launch date can be moved from December 23 to December 18/20...

That was changed again due to closeness to STS-122 mission... The preliminary Progress M-62 launch date is December 28th... The docking of cargo ship to the aft end port of Zvezda module is scheduled on December 30-31...

There is final decision about Progress M-62 launch at 07:12:31 UTC on December 23th and the docking of cargo ship at 08:26 UTC on December 26th...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 11/18/2007 11:43 pm
Quote...
November 20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]

Anik. I see that the 2 upcoming EVAs are now called US EVA-11 and US EVA-12.
Has the spacewalk on 11/9 now been renamed US EVA-10?
Thank you.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 11/19/2007 12:29 am
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TJL - 18/11/2007  7:43 PM

Quote...
November 20 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-11) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
November 24 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-12) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]

Anik. I see that the 2 upcoming EVAs are now called US EVA-11 and US EVA-12.
Has the spacewalk on 11/9 now been renamed US EVA-10?
Thank you.
Yes, I guess so:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/osf/iss_reports/reports2007/11-14-2007.htm

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EVA Designations:  The original 10A EVA-5 has now become EVA-10 “Alpha”, after it was delayed to 11/9, after 10A/Discovery’s departure.  Consequently, the next two Stage spacewalks by the ISS crew are now known as EVA-11 “Bravo” and EVA-12 “Charlie”.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 11/19/2007 12:54 am
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TJL - 18/11/2007  7:43 PM

Has the spacewalk on 11/9 now been renamed US EVA-10?

Sort of :> It was renamed that way prior to it happening, the press conference back during STS120 about the EVA's mentioned the name change (after they earlier said they would not.)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/21/2007 04:13 pm
The docking port for Progress M-62 has been changed again... Now the cargo ship will dock to Pirs module...

The maneuver on November 28th will be with decreasing of ISS orbit (in the first time since 2000) at request of NASA for preparation to STS-122 arrival...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/25/2007 09:37 am
The long autonomous flight is planned for Progress M-61 cargo ship between undocking and deorbit burn for the unknown (for now) reason...

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anik - 21/11/2007  8:13 PM

The maneuver on November 28th will be with decreasing of ISS orbit (in the first time since 2000) at request of NASA for preparation to STS-122 arrival...

This maneuver will not be performed due to cancelling of NASA request...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17/18 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
December 6 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Eyharts]
December 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
December 9 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December 9 - Columbus installation (with using SSRMS) on the right port of Harmony
December 11 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
December 13 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
December 15 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 26 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)
December - Progress M-61 deorbit

2008
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)  
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS installation (with using SSRMS) on the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Foreman, Behnken]
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
March 6 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 27 - Kibo PM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - Kibo ELM-PS relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo PM
May 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 7 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 9 - HST grapple
August 10 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 11 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 12 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 13 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 14 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 15 - HST deploy
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]

September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October/November - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 6 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
November 8 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
November 9 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 11 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 13 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 15 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 17 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 12 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Kopra]
March 14 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Wakata]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]

Changes on November 7th
Changes on November 14th
Changes on November 17th
Changes on November 21st
Changes on November 25th
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 11/25/2007 04:23 pm
QUOTE..."The long autonomous flight is planned for Progress M-61 cargo ship between undocking and deorbit burn for the unknown (for now) reason... "
Anik...will this autonomous flight be "days" or "weeks"?
Thanks.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/25/2007 04:33 pm
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TJL - 25/11/2007  8:23 PM

will this autonomous flight be "days" or "weeks"?

Days, probably, instead of usual four-five hours... But it is rumour for now...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/26/2007 02:43 pm
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anik - 25/11/2007  8:33 PM

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TJL - 25/11/2007  8:23 PM

will this autonomous flight be "days" or "weeks"?

Days, probably, instead of usual four-five hours... But it is rumour for now...

I was told today the autonomous flight (probably for Earth survey) of Progress M-61 cargo ship will be till the end of January 2008...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/26/2007 06:01 pm
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Gary - 26/11/2007  9:32 PM

Will M-61 be carrying any additional equipment for this work?

No, for the survey of Earth surface the cargo ship will utilize camera used usually for docking/undocking (see image below)...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 11/28/2007 03:43 pm
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anik - 25/11/2007  5:37 AM

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anik - 21/11/2007  8:13 PM

The maneuver on November 28th will be with decreasing of ISS orbit (in the first time since 2000) at request of NASA for preparation to STS-122 arrival...

This maneuver will not be performed due to cancelling of NASA request...

It's in the daily status report as taking place today...

11/28/07 -- ISS Reboost  (SDMS taking data)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 11/28/2007 05:28 pm
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rdale - 28/11/2007  7:43 PM

It's in the daily status report as taking place today...

11/28/07 -- ISS Reboost  (SDMS taking data)

I am repeating again this maneuver has been cancelled on November 22th...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 11/28/2007 07:03 pm
I believe you over NASA - trust me :> It's been listed there for a few days, but it's not showing up on today's timeline so at least some in the agency are aware it's been canceled...

http://www.nasa.gov/pdf/203137main_112807_tl.pdf
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 11/29/2007 01:36 am
Correct - atmospheric drag has been less than expected so no deboost is required.  It was canceled last week.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 12/09/2007 02:00 pm
I have updated plan by information about the delaying of STS-122 launch to NET January 2, 2008 and possible adding of EVA into 10A stage...

Current plan of the Expedition 15/16/17/18 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2007
December (TBD) - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-13) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
December 22 - Progress M-61 undocking (from Pirs)
December 23 - Progress M-62 launch
December 26 - Progress M-62 docking (to Pirs)

2008
NET January 2 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Eyharts]
NET January 4 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
NET January 5 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
NET January 5 - Columbus installation (with using SSRMS) on the right port of Harmony
NET January 7 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
NET January 9 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
NET January 11 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
NET January 13 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Tani]
end of January - Progress M-61 deorbit
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS installation (with using SSRMS) on the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
March 6 (TBD) - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Garan, Fossum]
April 27 - Kibo PM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - Kibo ELM-PS relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo PM
May 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 7 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 9 - HST grapple
August 10 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 11 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 12 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 13 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 14 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 15 - HST deploy
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]

September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October/November - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 6 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
November 8 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
November 9 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 11 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 13 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 15 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 17 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 12 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Kopra]
March 14 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Wakata]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]

Changes on November 26th
Changes on November 29th
Changes on December 9th
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 12/09/2007 03:25 pm
Thanks for the update anik!

I take it progress M-62 will have Christmas presents.  ;)


Oh yeah, and a question: Why add the spacewalk into the 10A stage. Surely it's just a plain old ISS spacewalk??  :o
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: bodge on 12/09/2007 03:52 pm
They'd be adding an EVA to do additional SARJ inspections - but this hasn't been finalized yet.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 12/09/2007 04:02 pm
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bodge - 9/12/2007  4:52 PM

They'd be adding an EVA to do additional SARJ inspections - but this hasn't been finalized yet.

I know what it is for, but was just curious why it needs to be added to the 10A stage if it goes ahead, that's all..
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 12/09/2007 04:10 pm
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ShuttleDiscovery - 9/12/2007  12:02 PM

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bodge - 9/12/2007  4:52 PM

They'd be adding an EVA to do additional SARJ inspections - but this hasn't been finalized yet.

I know what it is for, but was just curious why it needs to be added to the 10A stage if it goes ahead, that's all..
It doesn't need to be added, but it is an opportunity that opens up as a result of the shuttle delay.  The stage was effectively extended, which provides time to do it AND it would relieve the "requirement" to do that EVA on the 1E flight.  That is also advantageous because then that fourth EVA on 1E could be used for contingencies or possibly as the next EVA in the plan to recover the starboard SARJ capability.

Edit: No guarantees that this will happen, but it's straightforward time management or "schedule mitigation" and the shuttle and station programs constantly optimize their work plans based on changing conditions.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 12/09/2007 05:20 pm
Thanks for clearing that up for me.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 12/10/2007 12:51 am
SAJ inspection EVA will be next week, probably the 17th, probably adding a BGA check.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 12/11/2007 01:20 pm
The deorbit burn of Progress M-61 cargo ship is currently planned for January 18th...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 12/12/2007 12:18 am
I beleive the space walk will be Dec 18, not 17th.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 12/14/2007 03:14 pm
The reboost of ISS orbit by Zvezda's engines is currently planned on December 29...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 12/17/2007 06:07 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 12/17/07, Soyuz TMA-12 and Soyuz TMA-13 relocations are scheduled for April 23th and November 3rd, 2008 accordingly...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 12/18/2007 01:10 am
"The reboost of ISS orbit by Zvezda's engines is currently planned on December 29..."

Very much a place holder, or as we say here, carved in jello.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 12/18/2007 10:48 am
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erioladastra - 17/12/2007  9:10 PM

"The reboost of ISS orbit by Zvezda's engines is currently planned on December 29..."

Very much a place holder, or as we say here, carved in jello.
:)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 12/20/2007 02:58 am
"Very much a place holder, or as we say here, carved in jello."

Actually I should have noted the date was actually Dec 28 (maybe it was a GMT thing).  But this is likely off the table.  I do not think we are going to be launching Jan 10.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 12/20/2007 09:35 am
Onboard Work Look-ahead:   The following tasks are being considered for Stage 10A (i.e., between now and 1E): OGS (Oxygen Generation System) activation (from Stage 1E), Regenerative ECLS modification kit, RPCM (Remote Power Controller Module) replacements in cases where RPCs have been open for some time, and R&R (removal & replacement) of ER1 (EXPRESS Rack 1)’s leaky water valve.  Over the holidays, the crew will be busy with payloads ops.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 12/20/2007 02:14 pm
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erioladastra - 20/12/2007  6:58 AM

Actually I should have noted the date was actually Dec 28 (maybe it was a GMT thing)

Actually December 28 date was offered by NASA ballisticians, but our ballisticians said December 29 is better...

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erioladastra - 20/12/2007  6:58 AM

But this is likely off the table.  I do not think we are going to be launching Jan 10

I was told we are continuing to prepare to the reboost... NASA specialists should tell officially till December 28 whether they are aiming for January 10-17 launch window... If "yes" - maneuver will be on December 29th, if "not" - it will be cancelled or postponed to other date (depends on the chosen launch window)...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 12/20/2007 06:17 pm
Thanks for the update anik!  :)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 12/22/2007 01:57 am
"I was told we are continuing to prepare to the reboost... NASA specialists should tell officially till December 28 whether they are aiming for January 10-17 launch window... If "yes" - maneuver will be on December 29th, if "not" - it will be cancelled or postponed to other date (depends on the chosen launch window)... "

Yeah, the reboost will go ahead.  Program can't decide but Jan 10 is very unlikely unless they decided to do the BGA EVA after 1E - no way to di ti before or during at this point.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 12/22/2007 01:40 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 12/21/07, ATV-1 launch and docking are scheduled for February 22th and March 15th, 2008 accordingly...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 12/26/2007 11:37 am
At NASA request yesterday the next reboost of ISS orbit (on December 29th) has been canceled... We are preparing now to the reboost on January 12th...

Current plan of the Expedition 16/17/18 crew flight
UTC time is used in table

2008
January 12 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
January 18 - Progress M-61 deorbit
January - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Eyharts]
January - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
January - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
January - Columbus installation (with using SSRMS) on the right port of Harmony
January - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
January - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
January - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
January - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Tani]
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 launch
February 9 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 14 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
February 16 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
February 17 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
February 17 - Kibo ELM-PS installation (with using SSRMS) on the zenith port of Harmony
February 19 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 22 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
February 25 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
February 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 29 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
March 15 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman or Chamitoff] (or May)
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Garan, Fossum]
April 27 - Kibo PM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - Kibo ELM-PS relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo PM
May 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 7 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 9 - HST grapple
August 10 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 11 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 12 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 13 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 14 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 15 - HST deploy
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]

September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 6 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
November 8 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
November 9 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 11 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 13 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 15 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 17 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 12 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Kopra]
March 14 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Wakata]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 12/26/2007 12:00 pm
Is this an indication that we can expect an STS-122 launch on Jan. 17, Jan. 24 or later?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 12/26/2007 12:12 pm
Quote
dsmillman - 26/12/2007  1:00 PM

Is this an indication that we can expect an STS-122 launch on Jan. 17, Jan. 24 or later?

It seems that way  :frown:
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 12/26/2007 08:24 pm
"Is this an indication that we can expect an STS-122 launch on Jan. 17, Jan. 24 or later?"

No.  The big thing a reboost on teh 29th would have gotten us was a string of cosecutive flight day 3 rendezvous.  We could still launch Jan 10 and after it is just every other day for a FD3 until about Jan 16.  So if the shuttle was ready you have to decide if you want to use a FD4 or have gaps in launch attempts.  The Jan reboost is a place holder and very likely not needed.  A reboost then reduces opportunities for 1J/A, ATV and Soyuz.  I don't think we will be ready to launch Jan 10, but I don't think it will be much later.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Cosmos27 on 01/05/2008 12:44 am
Any word yet on a time table for the next ISS EVA to repair the BRRM?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 01/05/2008 01:55 am
Posted in the Exp16 thread - they'll have initial procedures next week, then plan on 7-14 days to get things finalized and up to the crew. So a little less than 3 weeks from now is the latest.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/05/2008 07:20 am
"Any word yet on a time table for the next ISS EVA to repair the BRRM?"

Target date of January 25.  Won't/can't be any earlier.  Need some time to rest and reconfigure for a Feb 2 launch.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 01/05/2008 01:12 pm
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rdale - 4/1/2008  9:55 PM

Posted in the Exp16 thread - they'll have initial procedures next week, then plan on 7-14 days to get things finalized and up to the crew. So a little less than 3 weeks from now is the latest.

Regarding the EVA: as they generally tend to pack things into these EVAs to make up a full-duration ~6 hr EVA, do they intend some more SARJ troubleshooting after the BMRRM R&R?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/07/2008 12:32 am

Possibly - under consideration.  BMRRM will be priority but will not take a full 6 hours.  Depends if people come up with a SARJ task that would fit, that if not completed wouldn't drive another EVA.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 01/10/2008 08:56 am
Quote
erioladastra - 26/12/2007  3:24 PM

The Jan reboost is a place holder and very likely not needed.  A reboost then reduces opportunities for 1J/A, ATV and Soyuz.  I don't think we will be ready to launch Jan 10, but I don't think it will be much later.

According to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=2745 (only in Russian) the reboost will be on Jan,12.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 01/10/2008 02:28 pm
According to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=2746 (in Russian), the autonomous flight of Progress M-61 cargo ship is extended till January 22...

Today our ballisticians have gotten from U.S. ballisticians the official STS-122 launch date - February 8th... Also RSC Energia was asked to move Progress M-63 launch to February 5th...

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

2008
January 12 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
January 22 - Progress M-61 deorbit
January 25 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-14) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
February 5 - Progress M-63 launch
February 6 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 7 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 8 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Eyharts]
February 10 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
February 11 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
February 11 - Columbus installation (with using SSRMS) on the right port of Harmony
February 13 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
February 15 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
February 17 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 19 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Tani]
February 22 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" launch
March 15 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" docking (to Zvezda)
March - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
March - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
March - Kibo ELM-PS installation (with using SSRMS) on the zenith port of Harmony
March - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
March - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
March - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman or Chamitoff] (or May)
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Garan, Fossum]
April 27 - Kibo PM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - Kibo ELM-PS relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo PM
May 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 7 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 9 - HST grapple
August 10 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
August 11 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 12 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 13 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
August 14 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]

August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 15 - HST deploy
August 18 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]

September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
September 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
September 20 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
September 22 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 24 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 26 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
September 28 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 1 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 3 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 6 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
November 8 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
November 9 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 11 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 13 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 15 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 17 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 19 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 12 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Kopra]
March 14 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Wakata]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 01/10/2008 02:39 pm
Quote
anik - 10/1/2008  10:28 AM
Today our ballisticians have gotten from U.S. ballisticians the official STS-122 launch date - February 8th...

Who wants to pitch in for an L2 subscription for them so they get better info  ;)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 01/10/2008 02:59 pm
I understand that the flight rules prohibit a Progress docking while a shuttle is docked to ISS.  So unless the Progress launch is moved, Feb. 8 would be the earliest launch date for STS-122.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Analyst on 01/10/2008 04:28 pm
I am impressed by the flexibility of the Russians. They can move forward a launch less than a month before the scheduled launch. I never heard this from the US side - but they are quite good moving launches into the other direction.

Analyst
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 01/10/2008 05:17 pm
Quote
Analyst - 10/1/2008  5:28 PM

I am impressed by the flexibility of the Russians. They can move forward a launch less than a month before the scheduled launch.
Analyst

Maybe they'll do anything to impress NASA after the delay of Zvezda. ;)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/11/2008 12:50 am
"According to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=2745 (only in Russian) the reboost will be on Jan,12."

Correct, my data was preliminary. It will be ~ 3.5 m/s and help phasing for Progress but likely will mean we won't have consecutive flight day 3 rendezvous opportunities for 1E.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/11/2008 12:51 am
"I am impressed by the flexibility of the Russians. "

They have not agreed yet!
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Analyst on 01/11/2008 08:08 am
Quote
erioladastra - 11/1/2008  2:51 AM

"I am impressed by the flexibility of the Russians. "

They have not agreed yet!

NASA would / could never consider it this close to launch time.

Analyst
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/11/2008 09:54 pm
"January 25 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-14) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani] "

Now Jan 30 (couldn't be ready for Jan 25).
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/11/2008 09:56 pm
"NASA would / could never consider it this close to launch time. "

They could, but never would.  NASA is in the mode "shuttle is ending can't lose a day in the schedule" and the Russians are in the mode "shuttle never flies on time so we go when we want".  :)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Analyst on 01/12/2008 06:53 am
Quote
erioladastra - 11/1/2008  11:56 PM

"NASA would / could never consider it this close to launch time. "

(1) They could, but never would.

(2) NASA is in the mode "shuttle is ending can't lose a day in the schedule"

(3) and the Russians are in the mode "shuttle never flies on time so we go when we want".  :)

(1) I doubt they even could.

(2) Well they are losing month after month. Often because of extreme risk adversion (But this is another story. I don't think Russian systems are more reliable, but the Russians are willing to actually *use* part of their built in redundancy).

(3) I would say Russian are in the mode "shuttle never flies on time so we don't complicate things by sticking to our timelime, something we easily could. We help NASA with their schedule whenever we can - and we *are* flexible." :)

Analyst
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 01/18/2008 12:47 pm
Progress M-62 undocking is planned on February 4... The deorbit of this cargo ship is scheduled for February 18...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 01/19/2008 01:32 pm
I noticed that there's quite a bit of Russian spacecraft relocating at the ISS...for example:

November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)

Any reason why Progress M-67 couldn't dock at Zarya?
Can Progress only dock at Pirs or Zvezda?
Thank you.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 01/19/2008 01:42 pm
I noticed that launching STS-126 on Oct. 16 conflicts with the Expedition 17/18 handover.  Isn't this a violation of the ISS flight rules?  Is launching STS-126 after Oct. 23 the only way to de-conflict this situation?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 01/19/2008 01:55 pm
Quote
dsmillman - 19/1/2008  9:42 AM

I noticed that launching STS-126 on Oct. 16 conflicts with the Expedition 17/18 handover.  Isn't this a violation of the ISS flight rules?  Is launching STS-126 after Oct. 23 the only way to de-conflict this situation?
These are hypothetical conflicts some 9 months out.  There's essentially no reason to bother adjusting the shuttle schedule to deal with that for many months, especially given the likelihood that the shuttle dates will change multiple times between now and summer.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: eeergo on 01/19/2008 02:25 pm
Why is M-62 spending 2 weeks free-flying? Another earth-observation experiment like M-61 or something entirely different?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 01/19/2008 03:35 pm
Quote
TJL - 19/1/2008  5:32 PM

November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya)
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)

Any reason why Progress M-67 couldn't dock at Zarya?

According to agreement in ISS program we can not use engines of Soyuz spacecraft for reboost/deboost of ISS orbit... Therefore for the using of engines of Zvezda module for reboost/deboost we should relocate Soyuz to Zarya module...

Quote
TJL - 19/1/2008  5:32 PM

Can Progress only dock at Pirs or Zvezda?

Progress can dock to Zarya module too... Progress M1-4 has performed it twice in 2000...

Quote
eeergo - 19/1/2008  6:25 PM

Why is M-62 spending 2 weeks free-flying? Another earth-observation experiment like M-61 or something entirely different?

Progress M-61 and Progress M-62 are both using for the performing of Russian applied experiments in autonomous flight after undocking...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 01/26/2008 06:14 pm
According to my source, the nearest four reboosts of ISS orbit are scheduled for February 15, February 20, the end of March and the beginning of April... We need to raise ISS orbit on about 16 kilometres (total impulse of these four reboosts will be about 8 meters per second) for Soyuz TMA-12 launch and Soyuz TMA-11 landing...

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

2008
January 30 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-14) from Quest airlock [Whitson, Tani]
February 4 - Progress M-62 undocking (from Pirs)
February 5 - Progress M-63 launch
February 7 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Eyharts]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
February 10 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
February 10 - Columbus installation (with using SSRMS) on the right port of Harmony
February 12 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
February 14 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
February 15 - ISS orbit's raising by Atlantis's engines
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Tani]
February 18 - Progress M-62 deorbit (or February 15)
February 20 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
February 22 - Jules Verne launch
March - Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
March 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
March 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
March 14 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
March 14 - Kibo ELM-PS installation (with using SSRMS) on the zenith port of Harmony
March 16 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 18 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 22 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
March 24 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 26 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
March - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
April - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman or Chamitoff] (or May)
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Garan, Fossum]
April 27 - Kibo PM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - Kibo ELM-PS relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo PM
May 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 30 - HST grapple
August 31 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
September 1 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
September 2 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
September 3 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
September 4 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
September 5 - HST deploy
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]  
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 16 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
October 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
October 20 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 22 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October 24 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 26 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 29 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 31 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)
December 4 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
December 6 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
December 7 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 9 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 11 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]  
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 01/26/2008 06:43 pm
Any news on the state vectors and whether that will allow for FD3 docking if they launch Feb 8 vs 7?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/26/2008 10:42 pm

Feb 6, 8 and 19 are flight day 4 rendezvous.  Feb 7, 9, 13, 15, 17, 20 and 22 are flight day 3.  The ones in between are 3s but you can extend the window for 4s if you want.   Depending on drag over the next few weeks, Feb 8 might change to a 3.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: PaulyFirmbiz on 01/26/2008 11:52 pm
whats up guys! im not in the industry nor do i go to school for rocket science or anything like that.. im just a insanly intrested kid in our nations space program..

does anyone know where the OBBS is being held and how its being heated and powerd when its left on orbit for the kibo mission?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Lee Jay on 01/27/2008 01:29 am
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PaulyFirmbiz - 26/1/2008  5:52 PM

whats up guys! im not in the industry nor do i go to school for rocket science or anything like that.. im just a insanly intrested kid in our nations space program..

does anyone know where the OBBS is being held and how its being heated and powerd when its left on orbit for the kibo mission?

Yes, I do, but that knowledge came from an *extremely* detailed presentation on L2.  It's up to you to join or Chris to decide whether or not to release that information.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 01/27/2008 01:48 am
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erioladastra - 26/1/2008  6:42 PM


Feb 6, 8 and 19 are flight day 4 rendezvous.

6th is officially out - 8th says that ISS vectors could drift to a point that would allow FD3 but that's the first time I've seen that mentioned in a prelaunch state so not sure exactly what it means.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: geminy007 on 01/27/2008 08:31 am
Is it correct, that we see 13 guys aboard ISS in October?? (Soyuz TMA 13, TMA12 und Endeavour??) Or is it going to change?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: William Graham on 01/27/2008 10:18 am
Quote
geminy007 - 27/1/2008  9:31 AM

Is it correct, that we see 13 guys aboard ISS in October?? (Soyuz TMA 13, TMA12 und Endeavour??) Or is it going to change?

According to the schedule, TMA-12 will undock while the Shuttle is on station, which is a violation of flight rules, so presumably something will change. It could stay docked untill after the Shuttle leaves, but this appears, to me at least, unlikely.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 01/27/2008 12:03 pm
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GW_Simulations - 27/1/2008  6:18 AM

Quote
geminy007 - 27/1/2008  9:31 AM

Is it correct, that we see 13 guys aboard ISS in October?? (Soyuz TMA 13, TMA12 und Endeavour??) Or is it going to change?

According to the schedule, TMA-12 will undock while the Shuttle is on station, which is a violation of flight rules, so presumably something will change. It could stay docked untill after the Shuttle leaves, but this appears, to me at least, unlikely.
Someone asked this question just one page back:
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=61&start=586#M232886

Yes, there's a conflict on the schedule.  It's not the first time and they'll deconflict if they have to.  Consider, though, that the shuttle program has to complete four missions between now and then -- as I wrote before, the schedule is likely to change again.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 01/27/2008 02:54 pm
Magnus isn't going to get long with Expedition 17!  :o

Not sure if this has anything to do with it, but a recent Chamitoff photo shows him with the Expedition 17 patch just showing Reisman and Chamitoff, not the one with all 3 names...

http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-17/hires/jsc2008e001967.jpg
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 01/27/2008 05:34 pm
Wasn't that the reason why different ISS-17 patches were created?
I'm sure the one Reisman wears will only have his name, and Magnus' will have all three.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 01/27/2008 05:49 pm
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TJL - 27/1/2008  6:34 PM

Wasn't that the reason why different ISS-17 patches were created?
I'm sure the one Reisman wears will only have his name, and Magnus' will have all three.

I suppose it's like the Expedition 15 patches in a way, but these ones are either 1 name, 2 names or 3, unlike individual ones for Williams and Anderson. :)
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/27/2008 08:44 pm
"the first time I've seen that mentioned in a prelaunch state so not sure exactly what it means."


It basically comes down to how much atmospheric drag the ISS experiences and what it does to the phase angle.  Normally it is not factor but the angles are close enough in this case that it could change enough.  An orital dynamics person might need to explain more if that doesn't help.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 01/27/2008 09:09 pm
Thanks, I guess I'd always assumed the FD3/4 was a clear case, I can see how minor drag differences can be the difference... When might they know for sure one way or another?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 01/27/2008 10:21 pm
I was looking at the remaining schedule of Shuttle and Soyuz flights to ISS, and was wondering why STS-128 which is scheduled sometime in 2009 (a year before the fleet's retired) will be the last shuttle flight to carry a "long duration" crew member to the station?
Thank you.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/29/2008 01:44 am
" was looking at the remaining schedule of Shuttle and Soyuz flights to ISS, and was wondering why STS-128 which is scheduled sometime in 2009 (a year before the fleet's retired) will be the last shuttle flight to carry a "long duration" crew member to the station? "

Because then we return to just using the Soyuz for Increment crew rotations.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 01/29/2008 01:45 am
"When might they know for sure one way or another?"

Shrug.  Depends.  :)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 01/31/2008 02:22 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 01/30/08, the deorbit burn of Progress M-62 spacecraft is planned on February 15th...

During autonomous flight on February 4-15 the cargo ship will perform Plasma-Progress (http://www.energia.ru/eng/iss/researches/geophis-13.html) experiment...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 02/02/2008 06:41 am
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anik - 31/1/2008  6:22 PM

During autonomous flight on February 4-15 the cargo ship will perform Plasma-Progress (http://www.energia.ru/eng/iss/researches/geophis-13.html) experiment...

I was told five maneuvers with using of Progress M-61' SKD/DPO engines are scheduled during this experiment...

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

2008
February 5 - Progress M-63 launch
February 7 - Progress M-63 docking (to Pirs)
February 7 - Atlantis (STS-122) launch [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Eyharts]
February 9 - Atlantis (STS-122) docking (to PMA-2)
February 10 - the first STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
February 10 - Columbus installation (with using SSRMS) on the right port of Harmony
February 12 - the second STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Schlegel]
February 14 - the third STS-122 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Walheim, Love]
February 15 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Atlantis's engines
February 15 - Progress M-62 deorbit  
February 16 - Atlantis (STS-122) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 18 - Atlantis (STS-122) landing [Frick, Poindexter, Melvin, Walheim, Schlegel, Love, Tani]
February 20 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
March 8 - Jules Verne launch
March 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Reisman]
March 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
March - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
March - Kibo ELM-PS installation (with using SSRMS) on the zenith port of Harmony
March - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
March - the fifth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock
March 25 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Linnehan, Foreman, Behnken, Doi, Eyharts]
March - Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
March - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
April - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman or Chamitoff] (or May)
April 24 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
April 26 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
April 27 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Garan, Fossum]
April 27 - Kibo PM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
April 29 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 1 - Kibo ELM-PS relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo PM
May 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
August 28 - Atlantis (STS-125) launch [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
August 30 - HST grapple
August 31 - the first STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
September 1 - the second STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
September 2 - the third STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
September 3 - the fourth STS-125 spacewalk [Massimino, Good]
September 4 - the fifth STS-125 spacewalk [Grunsfeld, Feustel]
September 5 - HST deploy
September 8 - Atlantis (STS-125) landing [Altman, G.C.Johnson, Good, M.McArthur, Grunsfeld, Massimino, Feustel]
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 16 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
October 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
October 20 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 22 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October 24 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 26 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 29 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 31 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)
December 4 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
December 6 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
December 7 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 9 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 11 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]

Changes on January 28th
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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 02/04/2008 01:14 pm
Acording to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=2846 undocking of Progress M62 was performed.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 02/15/2008 01:10 pm
According to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=2917 Progress M62 was deorbited today.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 02/16/2008 02:53 pm
What was the date and time of Progress M-62 de-orbiting?
Thank you.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 02/16/2008 02:57 pm
Quote
TJL - 16/2/2008  6:53 PM

What was the date and time of Progress M-62 de-orbiting?

The deorbit burn has begun at 09:44:00 UTC on February 15th...
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 02/23/2008 04:49 pm
It would be nice if the Schedule of ISS flight events could be updated with the many recent changes.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 02/23/2008 06:17 pm
The schedule is updated by information from various sources, including L2 section of this forum.

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

2008
February 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Zvezda's engines
March 8 - Jules Verne launch
March 11 - Endeavour (STS-123) launch [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Behnken, Foreman, Doi, Linnehan, Reisman]
March 13 - Endeavour (STS-123) docking (to PMA-2)
March 14 - the first STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Reisman]
March 14 - Kibo ELM-PS installation (with using SRMS) on the zenith port of Harmony
March 16 - the second STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Foreman]
March 17/18 - the third STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Linnehan, Behnken]
March 20/21 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
March 22/23 - the fifth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
March 24 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Behnken, Foreman, Doi, Linnehan, Eyharts]
April 3 - Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Ko San]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Ko San]
April 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
May 25 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
May 27 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
May 28 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Fossum, Garan]
May 28 - Kibo PM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
May 30 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
June 1 - Kibo ELM-PS relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo PM
June 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
June 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
June - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 16 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
October 18 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
October 20 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EV: Bowen]
October 22 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October 24 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 26 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 29 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 31 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Magnus]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)
December 4 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
December 6 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
December 7 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 9 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 11 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April - Progress M-69 launch
April - Progress M-69 docking (to Zvezda)
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April 26 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 28 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 30 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
May 24 - Progress M-68 undocking (from Pirs)
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Lonchakov, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: wjbarnett on 02/24/2008 01:22 pm
Thank you Anik! I've been looking forward to an updated schedule here also.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 02/24/2008 07:02 pm
Andrey, many thanks for it!
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 02/26/2008 01:47 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 02/25/08, Soyuz TMA-12 relocation is scheduled for May 10.

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

2008
March 20/21 - the fourth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
March 22/23 - the fifth STS-123 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Behnken, Foreman]
March 24 - Endeavour (STS-123) undocking (from PMA-2)
March 27 - Endeavour (STS-123) landing [Gorie, G.H.Johnson, Behnken, Foreman, Doi, Linnehan, Eyharts]
April 3 - Jules Verne docking (to Zvezda)
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Yi So-yeon]
May 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
May 25 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
May 27 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
May 28 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Fossum, Garan]
May 28 - Kibo JPM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
May 30 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
June 1 - Kibo JLP relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo JPM
June 2 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock
June 5 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 7 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
June/July - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 12 - Progress M-65 launch
August 14 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-66 launch
September 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
October 11 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
October - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
October - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EV: Bowen]
November - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Bowen, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 26 - Progress M-67 launch
November 28 - Progress M-67 docking (to Zvezda)
December 4 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Wakata]
December 6 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
December 7 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 9 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 11 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Phillips, Swanson, Acaba, Arnold, Magnus]
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-68 launch
February 12 - Progress M-68 docking (to Pirs)
March 24 - Progress M-67 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April - Progress M-69 launch
April - Progress M-69 docking (to Zvezda)
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April 26 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 28 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 30 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
May 24 - Progress M-68 undocking (from Pirs)
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Lonchakov, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 02/28/2008 06:00 am
According to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=2954 the reboost was done as planed.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 03/10/2008 09:49 pm
According to the, already by anik mentioned, http://images.spaceref.com/news/2008/incr.18.pdf the acronyms for the Japanese parts of the ISS have changed
JELM-PS now JLP
JEM-PM  now JPM
JEM-EF   now JEF
JELM-ES now JLE.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 03/10/2008 11:59 pm
According to the press conference last week, the JEM-?? are the "official" desginations still, but operationally they use the short ones.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 03/12/2008 03:48 pm
What's the JEM ELM-ES?

And what do the new acronyms stand for?

I know JLP is 'JEM Logistics Platform'.
Is JPM 'JEM Pressurized Module'?
And JEF 'JEM Exposed Facility'?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 03/12/2008 03:58 pm
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ShuttleDiscovery - 12/3/2008  12:48 PM

What's the JEM ELM-ES?

And what do the new acronyms stand for?

I know JLP is 'JEM Logistics Platform'.
Is JPM 'JEM Pressurized Module'?
And JEF 'JEM Exposed Facility'?

Did you click the link? They're all there...

JEM = Japanese Experiment Module
ELM-ES = Experiment Logistics Module - Exposed Section
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 03/12/2008 04:13 pm
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ShuttleDiscovery - 12/3/2008  11:48 AM

What's the JEM ELM-ES?

From http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-post.asp?action=reply&replyto=254505"e=yes

Experiment Logistics Modules (Pressurized and Exposed Sections)

The Experiment Logistics Modules, or ELMs, serve as on-orbit storage areas that house materials for experiments, maintenance tools and supplies. The Pressurized Module and the Exposed Facility each have an ELM.

Pressurized Section:The Experiment Logistics Module - Pressurized Section, or ELM-PS, is a short cylinder attached to the top of the Pressurized Module that can hold eight experiment racks. It measures 4.4 meters (14.4 feet) in diameter and 3.9 meters (12.8 feet) long.

Exposed Section: The Experiment Logistics Module - Exposed Section, or ELM-ES, is a pallet that can hold three experiment payloads. It measures 4.9 meters (16.1 feet) wide, 2.2 meters (7.2 feet) high and 4.2 meters (13.8 feet) long.

And here http://kibo.jaxa.jp/en/about/kibo/jle/ the JAXA text.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 03/12/2008 11:47 pm
"According to the press conference last week, the JEM-?? are the "official" desginations still, but operationally they use the short ones."

Right, just like the fact that no one at NASA uses names like Destiny, Kibo, Unity, Zvezda...  the one exception is Columbus which was named so far back it was adopted early on.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 03/20/2008 06:18 pm
In yesterday's press-conference Sergey Volkov said two Russian spacewalks are planned during Expedition 17. I have not confirmation of his statement for now.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 03/25/2008 01:41 pm
Two reboosts of ISS orbit are scheduled for April 21st and April 25th.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 03/31/2008 08:57 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 03/31/08, the date of Soyuz TMA-12 relocation is moved up to May 6, and the Russian spacewalk (EVA-20) is scheduled for July 10-11.

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

2008
April 7 - Progress M-63 undocking (from Pirs)
April 8 - Soyuz TMA-12 launch [Volkov, Kononenko, Yi So-yeon]
April 10 - Soyuz TMA-12 docking (to Pirs)
April 19 - Soyuz TMA-11 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Malenchenko, Whitson, Yi So-yeon]
April 21 - ISS orbit's raising (test) by Jules Verne's engines
April 25 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines  
May 6 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
May 31 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
June 2 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
June 3 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 3 - Kibo JPM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
June 5 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 7 - Kibo JLP relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo JPM
June 8 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 11 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 13 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
July 10-11 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) from Pirs airlock
August 7 - ATV-1 "Jules Verne" undocking (from Zvezda)
August 12 - Progress M-01M launch
August 14 - Progress M-01M docking (to Zvezda)
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
October 11 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
October - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
October - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
October - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Kimbrough]
November - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 26 - Progress M-66 launch
November 28 - Progress M-66 docking (to Zvezda)
December 4 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
December 6 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
December 7 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Swanson, Acaba, Arnold]
December 9 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 11 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 13 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 15 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 17 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-02M launch
February 12 - Progress M-02M docking (to Pirs)
March 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April - Progress M-03M launch
April - Progress M-03M docking (to Zvezda)
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April 26 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 28 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 30 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
May 24 - Progress M-02M undocking (from Pirs)
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Lonchakov, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 04/04/2008 10:06 am
Anik, what does the new Progress 01M/02M/O3M mean?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/04/2008 01:14 pm
Quote
ShuttleDiscovery - 4/4/2008  2:06 PM

what does the new Progress 01M/02M/O3M mean?

Progress M-XXM name (where XX = 01, 02, 03 etc.) has been chosen for Progress M cargo ships with new onboard computer TsVM-101. Currently Progress M cargo ships have old onboard computer Argon-16.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 04/04/2008 02:22 pm
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anik - 4/4/2008  2:14 PM

Quote
ShuttleDiscovery - 4/4/2008  2:06 PM

what does the new Progress 01M/02M/O3M mean?

Progress M-XXM name (where XX = 01, 02, 03 etc.) has been chosen for Progress M cargo ships with new onboard computer TsVM-101. Currently Progress M cargo ships have old onboard computer Argon-16.

Thanks anik.  :)
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/04/2008 03:23 pm
Progress M-64 cargo ship will possibly perform Plasma-Progress (http://www.energia.ru/eng/iss/researches/geophis-13.html) experiment after undocking.

Three more raisings of ISS orbit by Jules Verne's engines are scheduled for June, July and August respectively.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: faustod on 04/07/2008 12:46 pm
Any news regarding Progress M-63?
What is the scheduled time for the undock?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 04/07/2008 01:00 pm
Quote
faustod - 7/4/2008  8:46 AM

Any news regarding Progress M-63?
What is the scheduled time for the undock?

Per the ISS daily report http://www.hq.nasa.gov/osf/iss_reports/ it happened at 4:50am EDT (850Z)

"Before sleeptime, the CDR closed the protective shutters of the Lab science window in preparation for tomorrow morning’s undocking of Progress M-63/28P.  Separation of the cargo drone-turned-trash cash can from DC1 nadir port will take place at 4:50am EDT"
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: faustod on 04/07/2008 01:17 pm
Quote
rdale - 7/4/2008  8:00 AM

Quote
faustod - 7/4/2008  8:46 AM

Any news regarding Progress M-63?
What is the scheduled time for the undock?

Per the ISS daily report http://www.hq.nasa.gov/osf/iss_reports/ it happened at 4:50am EDT (850Z)

"Before sleeptime, the CDR closed the protective shutters of the Lab science window in preparation for tomorrow morning’s undocking of Progress M-63/28P.  Separation of the cargo drone-turned-trash cash can from DC1 nadir port will take place at 4:50am EDT"

Thank you.
Is this Progress scheduled to reentry today or later ?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 04/07/2008 01:43 pm
According to Novosti kosmonavtiki engine start for braking was at 11.50 UTC.

According to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=3171 the calculate time of crashing in to the sea of the rests of the spacecraft was 12.36 UTC.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: faustod on 04/07/2008 04:56 pm
Quote
Olaf - 7/4/2008  8:43 AM

According to Novosti kosmonavtiki engine start for braking was at 11.50 UTC.

According to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=3171 the calculate time of crashing in to the sea of the rests of the spacecarft was 12.36 UTC.

Thanks Olaf,
I note that  "Cyrillic" is not a problem for you.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/11/2008 05:41 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 04/11/08, the new date of Soyuz TMA-12 relocation is May 7 now.

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

2008
April 21 - ISS orbit's raising (test) by Jules Verne's engines
April 25 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
May 7 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
May 31 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
June 2 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
June 3 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 3 - Kibo JPM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
June 5 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 6 - Kibo JLP relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo JPM
June 8 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 10 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 13 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
June - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
July - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines  
July 10/11 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August 7 - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
August 12 - Progress M-01M launch
August 14 - Progress M-01M docking (to Zvezda)
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
September - Progress M-64 deorbit
October 10/11 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 10 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 26 - Progress M-66 launch
November 28 - Progress M-66 docking (to Zvezda)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-02M launch
February 12 - Progress M-02M docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 15 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Swanson, Acaba, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Zvezda)
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-03M launch
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 24 - Progress M-03M docking (to Zvezda)
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April 26 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 28 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 30 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
May 24 - Progress M-02M undocking (from Pirs)
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Lonchakov, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/19/2008 03:33 pm
The undocking of Jules Verne cargo ship is postponed from August 7 to September 5.

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

2008
April 25 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
May 7 - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Reisman]
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Pirs)
May 31 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
June 2 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
June 3 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 3 - Kibo JPM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
June 5 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 6 - Kibo JLP relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo JPM
June 8 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 10 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 13 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
June - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
July - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
July 10/11 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
September 5 - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Pirs)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
September - Progress M-64 deorbit
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 10 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 25 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Pirs)
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 28 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Swanson, Acaba, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April 26 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 28 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 30 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
May 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Lonchakov, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 04/24/2008 12:38 pm
According to http://www.dlr.de/de/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-11/129_read-12341/ the reboost will start tomorrow 04.44 UTC.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/24/2008 02:53 pm
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Olaf - 24/4/2008  4:38 PM

According to http://www.dlr.de/de/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-11/129_read-12341/ the reboost will start tomorrow 04.44 UTC

As I said here (http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=9852&mid=271507#M271507) two days ago, the reboost is scheduled at 04:22:00 UTC. Nothing has been changed since then.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 04/25/2008 05:59 am
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anik - 24/4/2008  9:53 AM

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Olaf - 24/4/2008  4:38 PM

According to http://www.dlr.de/de/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-11/129_read-12341/ the reboost will start tomorrow 04.44 UTC

As I said here (http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=9852&mid=271507#M271507) two days ago, the reboost is scheduled at 04:22:00 UTC. Nothing has been changed since then.


Sorry, wrong information from DLR.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/25/2008 12:32 pm
The relocation of Soyuz TMA-12 spacecraft from Pirs module to Zarya module on May 7th has been cancelled recently. Now Progress M-64 cargo ship will dock to the nadir port of Zarya module.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: The-Hammer on 04/25/2008 12:52 pm
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anik - 25/4/2008  8:32 AM

The relocation of Soyuz TMA-12 spacecraft from Pirs module to Zarya module on May 7th has been cancelled recently. Now Progress M-64 cargo ship will dock to the nadir port of Zarya module.

July 10/11 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]

Isn't this a problem? I thought they couldn't/strongly preferred not to conduct spacewalks from Pirs while the Soyuz was docked to Pirs since it would either trap the IV crewman away from the Soyuz or require him/her to stay in the Soyuz throughout the spacewalk.

Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Life_Support_32 on 04/25/2008 09:36 pm
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anik - 25/4/2008  7:32 AM

The relocation of Soyuz TMA-12 spacecraft from Pirs module to Zarya module on May 7th has been cancelled recently. Now Progress M-64 cargo ship will dock to the nadir port of Zarya module.


According to the latest ISS on-orbit status report, the relocation is still happening on May 7th and I have not heard of the relocation not happening on that day.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: DaveS on 04/25/2008 10:15 pm
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Life_Support_32 - 25/4/2008  11:36 PM

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anik - 25/4/2008  7:32 AM

The relocation of Soyuz TMA-12 spacecraft from Pirs module to Zarya module on May 7th has been cancelled recently. Now Progress M-64 cargo ship will dock to the nadir port of Zarya module.


According to the latest ISS on-orbit status report, the relocation is still happening on May 7th and I have not heard of the relocation not happening on that day.
I would trust anik on this. He's usually right about these things. The ISS status reports events lists is usually a bit behind. So I'm pretty confident that by Monday it will either be listed as TBD or removed althoghter.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: faustod on 04/26/2008 07:48 am
"Now Progress M-64 cargo ship will dock to the nadir port of Zarya module"

If I am not wrong, this will be only the second time that a Progress will dock to that port.
The first was in 2000, by Progress 2P, when the station was very simple.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/26/2008 07:54 am
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faustod - 26/4/2008  11:48 AM

If I am not wrong, this will be only the second time that a Progress will dock to that port.
The first was in 2000, by Progress 2P, when the station was very simple

It will be the third time already. Progress M1-4 has been docked to Zarya module twice - on November 18, 2000 and December 26, 2000. Both dockings were performed with using of TORU mode.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: faustod on 04/26/2008 08:21 am
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anik - 26/4/2008  2:54 AM

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faustod - 26/4/2008  11:48 AM

If I am not wrong, this will be only the second time that a Progress will dock to that port.
The first was in 2000, by Progress 2P, when the station was very simple

It will be the third time already. Progress M1-4 has been docked to Zarya module twice - on November 18, 2000 and December 26, 2000. Both dockings were performed with using of TORU mode.

Aahh!
Thanks I have forgotten that move.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: avitek on 04/26/2008 03:00 pm
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anik - 25/4/2008  2:32 PM

The relocation of Soyuz TMA-12 spacecraft from Pirs module to Zarya module on May 7th has been cancelled recently. Now Progress M-64 cargo ship will dock to the nadir port of Zarya module.

...
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
...

Anik, it is technically impossible to dock Progress M´-65 to Pirs withnout moving Soyuz vehicle between ports.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/26/2008 03:14 pm
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avitek - 26/4/2008  7:00 PM

it is technically impossible to dock Progress M´-65 to Pirs withnout moving Soyuz vehicle between ports

I know about it. :) I believe that Expedition 17 program will greatly change in near future. And for now I do not know which ports will be used by future spacecrafts. So I decided to leave them "as is" till appearance of new info.

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

2008
May 14 - Progress M-64 launch
May 16 - Progress M-64 docking (to Zarya)
May 31 - Discovery (STS-124) launch [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Chamitoff]
June 2 - Discovery (STS-124) docking (to PMA-2)
June 3 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 3 - Kibo JPM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
June 5 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 6 - Kibo JLP relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo JPM
June 8 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 10 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 13 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
June - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
July - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
July 10/11 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
September 5 - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 9 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
September - Progress M-64 deorbit
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Sharipov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Sharipov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 10 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 25 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Pirs)
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 28 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Sharipov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Swanson, Acaba, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Sharipov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April 26 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Wolf, Marshburn, Cassidy, Kopra]
April 28 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 30 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
May 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Lonchakov, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 04/27/2008 04:32 am
"According to the latest ISS on-orbit status report, the relocation is still happening on May 7th and I have not heard of the relocation not happening on that day."

it is not official yet but highly probable.  Should know more Monday.  29P will probably dock at FGB.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: avitek on 04/27/2008 07:11 pm
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erioladastra - 27/4/2008  6:32 AM

"According to the latest ISS on-orbit status report, the relocation is still happening on May 7th and I have not heard of the relocation not happening on that day."

it is not official yet but highly probable.  Should know more Monday.  29P will probably dock at FGB.

The latest Weekly schedule for Apr 28 - May 4, published by MCC Korolyov (TsUP-M) states:

The preparations of ATV for Soyuz move are planned for May 2nd (ie. ATV deconservation, removing air ducts, closing hatches, testing vestibule etc etc).  Preparation of FGB for Soyuz transposition are planned on the same day.

See

http://www.mcc.rsa.ru/plan_sl.htm (in Russian)

Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: catfry on 04/27/2008 08:24 pm
"The preparations of ATV for Soyuz move are planned for May 2nd (ie. ATV deconservation, removing air ducts, closing hatches, testing vestibule etc etc". Why is this necessary?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Life_Support_32 on 04/27/2008 10:17 pm
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catfry - 27/4/2008  3:24 PM

"The preparations of ATV for Soyuz move are planned for May 2nd (ie. ATV deconservation, removing air ducts, closing hatches, testing vestibule etc etc". Why is this necessary?

The same thing is done with the rest of the ISS.  It is done to protect for a possible emergency to happen while the crew is undocked from the station or if they cannot dock again, the station is in a good unmanned config.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 04/28/2008 02:04 am
"The preparations of ATV for Soyuz move are planned for May 2nd (ie. ATV deconservation, removing air ducts, closing hatches, testing vestibule etc etc). Preparation of FGB for Soyuz transposition are planned on the same day. "

Yes, your point???  Things don't stop on a dime in the ISS program and change in 30 seconds.  AS I said, it is not official yet so no official plans have been updated.  We will continue to work to those dates until told otherwise.  However, we are havign several meetings tomorrow where I suspect it will become official (though I can also see folks debating for a few more days but who knows).
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 04/28/2008 02:06 am
"The same thing is done with the rest of the ISS. It is done to protect for a possible emergency to happen while the crew is undocked from the station or if they cannot dock again, the station is in a good unmanned config."

Correct - ISS is placed in an unmanned config before relocation.  This is why the recent problems on the Soyuz reentry is pushing off the relocation.  The relocation will likely now occur in the fall.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 04/28/2008 09:08 pm
"Correct - ISS is placed in an unmanned config before relocation. This is why the recent problems on the Soyuz reentry is pushing off the relocation. The relocation will likely now occur in the fall."

As I suspected, this will take several days before becomming official.  The Russian management is still discussing before signing the orders.  However, Houston has stopped all work on the relocation for next week.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 04/28/2008 09:17 pm
Can someone explain what the recent abnormal landing of Soyuz TMA-11 has to do with relocating TMA-12 at ISS?
Thank you.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 04/28/2008 09:37 pm
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TJL - 28/4/2008  5:17 PM

Can someone explain what the recent abnormal landing of Soyuz TMA-11 has to do with relocating TMA-12 at ISS?
Thank you.
The relocation requires undocking from one port and docking to one port (the intention is a different one).  What happens in the extremely unlikely but not impossible case where they undock and find that they cannot redock -- even to the port they just undocked from?

That could eventually force the crew to deorbit and come home in the Soyuz, which is what is under investigation.  You probably don't want to expose the program to the slight risk of that contingency until after the investigation is farther along.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 04/28/2008 09:39 pm
Now it makes sense...thank you.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 04/30/2008 03:57 pm
According to NASA TV, Soyuz TMA-12 relocation will be at the end of August or at the beginning of September.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 05/01/2008 08:58 pm
According to http://spaceflightnow.com/ariane/v181/080430update.html
Three more re-boosts are scheduled for June 12, July 8 and August 6 to further refine the station's orbit.

Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 05/02/2008 06:18 am
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Olaf - 2/5/2008  12:58 AM

According to http://spaceflightnow.com/ariane/v181/080430update.html
Three more re-boosts are scheduled for June 12, July 8 and August 6 to further refine the station's orbit

Thanks for help, Olaf. Earlier I have already included months of these reboosts into schedule. I prefered not to add their dates, because they are preliminary and depend on launch dates of spacecrafts.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 05/04/2008 08:00 pm
The next reboost of ISS orbit by Jules Verne's engines is scheduled for June 19th.
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 05/17/2008 09:24 am
Progress M-65 undocking is moved up from November 25 to November 20 possibly for the performing of experiment.

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

2008
June 3 - the first STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 3 - Kibo JPM installation (with using SSRMS) on the left port of Harmony
June 5 - the second STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 6 - Kibo JLP relocation (with using SSRMS) from the zenith port of Harmony to the zenith port of Kibo JPM
June 8 - the third STS-124 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Fossum, Garan]
June 11 - Discovery (STS-124) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 14 - Discovery (STS-124) landing [M.Kelly, Ham, Nyberg, Garan, Fossum, Hoshide, Reisman]
June 19 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
July 8 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
July 10/11 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko] (or July/August)
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko] (or July/August)
August 6 (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
August/September (TBD) - Progress M-64 deorbit
August/September - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
September 5 - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda) (or September)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Lonchakov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 10 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 20 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Pirs)
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 28 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Lonchakov, Fincke]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-15) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-16) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-17) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Swanson, Acaba, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April 26 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Wolf, Marshburn, Cassidy, Kopra]
April 28 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 30 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
May 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [TBD, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)

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Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: dsmillman on 05/17/2008 12:19 pm
Is there additional information available on US EVA's 15, 16, and 17?  Do the EVA's involve work on the starboard SARJ?
Title: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 05/17/2008 09:00 pm
"Is there additional information available on US EVA's 15, 16, and 17? Do the EVA's involve work on the starboard SARJ?"

Yes, these are placeholder EVAs for that purpose.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: catfry on 06/05/2008 11:29 am
HA! This new forum with no time limit on comment edits has a small inconvenience; It is not possible to see from the iss main forum whether a thread has been updated with new information if that information is being put in an old comment. I was starting to wonder when you would start to update your events timeline anik, because the date for last comment in here was several weeks old.

On topic, when will the date for the next ATV reboost finally be determined?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 06/05/2008 07:12 pm
HA! This new forum with no time limit on comment edits has a small inconvenience; It is not possible to see from the iss main forum wether a thread has been updated with new information if that information is being put in an old comment. I was starting to wonder when you would start to update your events timeline anik, because the date for last comment in here was several weeks old.

On topic, when will the date for the next ATV reboost finally be determined?

Oh yeah - I didn't realize that either!

BTW, July 10/11 appears solid for the EVA.  Post 1J, the RS crew are going in to pure EVA prep ops.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TALsite on 06/13/2008 09:29 am
Does somebody know the day of July when the conference of the heads of the Space Agencies will start?

I suppose then they will fix the date for Soyuz inspection, Soyuz relocation, composition of Expedition 19B (replacement of Y. Lonchakov)...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 06/13/2008 04:49 pm
Does somebody know the day of July when the conference of the heads of the Space Agencies will start?

I suppose then they will fix the date for Soyuz inspection, Soyuz relocation, composition of Expedition 19B (replacement of Y. Lonchakov)...

Soyuz inspection will be done during the EVA.  Whether that leads to another EVA or not is TBD.  Relocation is TBD.  I really don't think the Heads will discuss that too much in the specifics of the planning (clearly, the general issue will be).

Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 06/14/2008 06:45 pm
I know it may be a bit premature, however if repairs on pad 39 are more complex than originally thought delaying STS 125 and 126...

a) is there a chance that STS-126 could fly before 125 in order to return Chamitoff?

b) would Chamitoff return on Soyuz, if his shuttle ride is delayed longer than expected?

c) could Chamitoff remain on ISS a few extra months (8 or 9 months)?

Thanks.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 06/14/2008 07:16 pm
I know it may be a bit premature, however if repairs on pad 39 are more complex than originally thought delaying STS 125 and 126...

a) is there a chance that STS-126 could fly before 125 in order to return Chamitoff?

b) would Chamitoff return on Soyuz, if his shuttle ride is delayed longer than expected?

c) could Chamitoff remain on ISS a few extra months (8 or 9 months)?

Thanks.

I'd would have thought Option A is possible but the LON-400 scenario would need replanning.

Chamitoff could return on Soyuz, but that would mean Magnus has to fly up on Soyuz TMA-13 as otherwise there would be no US crewmember onboard.

I don't think they would let Chamitoff stay any longer than he already has, as if he does come as planned in November he will have stayed the 2nd longest out of all the shuttle ISS crew members (Suni Williams stayed the longest). Even the Soyuz ISS crewmembers don't stay any longer than about 6 months, so I doubt they'd bend the rules for him. If he does stay for 8 or 9 months, I believe it would put considerable strain on his body, aswell as his family,etc. However, it may be a useful experiment for future ultra-long duration flights to Mars... :)
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 06/14/2008 07:29 pm
Chamitoff could return on Soyuz, but that would mean Magnus has to fly up on Soyuz TMA-13 as otherwise there would be no US crewmember onboard.
Well, I believe Mike Fincke is the commander of Expedition 18 and is flying up on TMA-13.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cb6785 on 06/15/2008 07:05 am
I'd would have thought Option A is possible but the LON-400 scenario would need replanning.
That's my guess to. It should be possible to use Discovery as LON-400 vehicle. IMO there would be enough time to give her that role since she isn't scheduled to fly before feb09 at the moment but won't need that long for processing etc.
So if you would start STS-126 in nov because they would need the time to repair and delay STS-125 to dec or jan it should be no "bigger" problem.
Title: Re: RE: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: subzero788 on 06/15/2008 08:44 am
Anyword about the launch of the MLM? Last I heard it was scheduled for the end of 2008, but that was a long time ago!
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cb6785 on 06/15/2008 11:20 am
As far as I know it is scheduled for sometime in december...but I couldn't find an exact date...and possibly it could slip into early 2009...it's "funny" to have a launch date for MRM2 but not for MLM which should be more then half a year earlier...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: mr.columbus on 06/15/2008 01:04 pm
As far as I know it is scheduled for sometime in december...but I couldn't find an exact date...and possibly it could slip into early 2009...it's "funny" to have a launch date for MRM2 but not for MLM which should be more then half a year earlier...

MLM has been scheduled for 2011 quite a while now.

Look for instance here for a official source (about in the middle): http://www.esa.int/esaMI/Columbus/SEMXOTVHJCF_0.html

ESA knows the official date the Russians aiming at, due to ERA being a secondary payload on the MLM launch.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 06/15/2008 04:25 pm
Chamitoff could return on Soyuz, but that would mean Magnus has to fly up on Soyuz TMA-13 as otherwise there would be no US crewmember onboard.
Well, I believe Mike Fincke is the commander of Expedition 18 and is flying up on TMA-13.


Oh yes, so he is. I forgot they were launching before 126. In that scenario there would be a two-person crew for month which wont be a problem IMO...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 06/15/2008 06:03 pm
I've made this table to show who's on the ISS when. Have I got everything right!?

PS. I have only included ISS crew rotation shuttle flights, so missions after STS-128 are not shown.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cb6785 on 06/15/2008 06:14 pm
ESA knows the official date the Russians aiming at, due to ERA being a secondary payload on the MLM launch.

Thanks! Forgot about ERA so I didn't check any ESA sources.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/15/2008 07:53 pm
According to http://www.federalspace.ru/NewsDoSele.asp?NEWSID=3532 two old Orlan-M spacesuits will be jettisoned as RadioSkaf (SuitSat) satellites during two Russian spacewalks in the next year. The first EVA for this purpose is planned in May 2009.

P.S.: These jettisonings will be possible only after the delivering of two new Orlan-MK spacesuits to ISS in September 2008 (aboard Progress M-65 cargo ship) and February 2009 (aboard Progress M-66).
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/16/2008 08:19 am
The reboost of ISS orbit by ATV-1 engines is planned at 06:43 UTC on June 19.

Preliminary dates for next reboosts are July 11, August 6 and August 28.

The next Russian spacewalk will be possibly on July 9/10.

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

2008
June 19 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
July 9/10 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 11 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
TBD - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
August 6 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
August/September (TBD) - Progress M-64 deorbit
August/September - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Lonchakov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 10 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock
November 20 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Pirs)
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 28 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Lonchakov, Fincke]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-15) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-16) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-17) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Swanson, Acaba, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
April 25 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
April 26 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [EVs: Wolf, Marshburn, Cassidy, Kopra]
April 28 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
April 30 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 2 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 4 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock
May 6 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 8 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA) from Pirs airlock [Padalka, TBD]
May 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [TBD, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: catfry on 06/16/2008 10:24 am
An early morning job for the Toulouse based controllers, thank you anik. Seems interesting that another reboost has been snuck in.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: The-Hammer on 06/16/2008 11:02 am
Is there a particular reason, other than perhaps just continued testing of the ATV, that 4 separate reboosts are scheduled instead of just one?

Or is this one of those complicated orbital dynamics things that you need a physics degree to fully comprehend?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/16/2008 02:31 pm
Does somebody know the day of July when the conference of the heads of the Space Agencies will start?

According to report of Interfax-Kazakhstan agency, the council of countries-participants of ISS programm will be on July 27th. There Roskosmos wants to discuss very seriously with other countries the necessity of performing long-duration flights of Kazakhstan cosmonauts on ISS in the near future.

P.S.: These jettisonings will be possible only after the delivering of two new Orlan-MK spacesuits to ISS in September 2008 (aboard Progress M-65 cargo ship) and February 2009 (aboard Progress M-66)

According to report of Interfax-AVN agency, the third Orlan-MK will be delivered on ISS in the beginning of 2009 (on Progress M-02M in April, I suppose).

Roskosmos has signed contract with NPP Zvezda for development of Orlan of new modification to 2012-2014. This spacesuit will be named Orlan-MKS (modified, computerized and with synthetic envelope). It will be based on Orlan-MK.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/16/2008 06:28 pm
STS-126/-119/-127 spacewalkers are included into schedule according to info from L2 section of this forum.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: eeergo on 06/16/2008 07:00 pm
Is there a particular reason, other than perhaps just continued testing of the ATV, that 4 separate reboosts are scheduled instead of just one?

Or is this one of those complicated orbital dynamics things that you need a physics degree to fully comprehend?

At least two burns have to be performed: one to raise the apogee and another one to circularize. Remember an orbit is closed, so if you raise your altitude when being lower, you will return to the same point you were when you shut down your engines. That usually means an elliptical orbit, with the perigee greater than the apogee. Firing again in apogee will raise the perigee, and may circularize the orbit if done right. Probably the 4 burns are two separate orbit raising events, although this is just speculation from my part.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: AntiKev on 06/16/2008 07:13 pm
anik,

What is the difference between the M-xx series Progress and the M-xxM series?  (Is there a proper Q&A for this question?)
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: wjbarnett on 06/16/2008 07:14 pm
From what I understand ISS needs STS-128 with the additional galley and other internal environmental systems add-ons to support 6 permanent crew. But from the current working schedule, TMA-15 with ISS19B crew is currently shown occurring prior STS-128. Now I know they regularly delay "de-conflicting" the schedules until later, but does it seem likely to anyone that STS-128 can really move left on the timeline prior May'09?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/16/2008 09:43 pm
What is the difference between the M-xx series Progress and the M-xxM series?

Main differences are the new computer TsVM-101 (instead of the old computer Argon-16) and the new digital telemetry system MBITS (instead of the old analog telemetry system).

From what I understand ISS needs STS-128 with the additional galley and other internal environmental systems add-ons to support 6 permanent crew

All equipment for the supporting of six-person permanent crew on ISS will be delivered in STS-126 mission in November 2008.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: wjbarnett on 06/16/2008 11:29 pm

All equipment for the supporting of six-person permanent crew on ISS will be delivered in STS-126 mission in November 2008.

Anik, There must have been a change to payloads since the manifest I was looking at. Thanks for the clarification!
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/17/2008 04:02 pm
The reboost of ISS orbit by ATV-1 engines is planned at 06:43 UTC on June 19

The specified time of reboost's beginning is 06:41:00 UTC.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/17/2008 05:22 pm
Quote from http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/MM_NTV_Breaking.html

"July 10, Thursday
3 p.m. - ISS Expedition 17 Spacewalk Coverage - JSC (All Channels; spacewalk begins at 3:30 p.m. EDT)

July 15, Tuesday
TBD - ISS Expedition 17 Spacewalk Coverage - JSC (All Channels)"

Quote from http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/currentglance.html#LAUNCHES

"07/10/08...ISS.......Russian EVA 20A (3:30 p.m. EDT; Soyuz TMA-12 inspection)
07/15/08...ISS.......Russian EVA 20 (external outfitting)"
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cb6785 on 06/20/2008 08:09 am
Where can I find stuff like ISS-spacewalk tasks, timelines etc.?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 06/20/2008 02:13 pm
Wait until it's closer to the EVA time.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/20/2008 04:45 pm
The next reboost of ISS orbit by ATV-1 engines has been postponed to July 18.

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

2008
July 10 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20a) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 15 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 18 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines 
August 6 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
August/September (TBD) - Progress M-64 deorbit
August/September - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Lonchakov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 10 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Kimbrough]
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 20 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Pirs)
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 28 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Lonchakov, Fincke]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-15) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-16) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-17) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Acaba]
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Arnold, Acaba]
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-22) from Pirs airlock [Padalka, Barratt]
May 21 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
May 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
May 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
May 24 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Marshburn] 
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Russian cosmonaut, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 26 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Cassidy]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)
May 28 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Kopra]
May 30 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
June 1 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
June 3 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 5 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
June 23 - Progress M-02M undocking (from Zvezda)
June 24 - Progress M launch
June 26 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
July 30 - Atlantis (STS-128) launch [Stott]
August 1 - Atlantis (STS-128) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August - the second STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 8 - Atlantis (STS-128) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 10 - Atlantis (STS-128) landing [Kopra]
August 15 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) launch
August 17 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) docking (Zvezda zenith)
August - Progress M-SO2 undocking (from MRM-2)
September 1 - HTV-1 launch
September 4 - HTV-1 docking (Harmony nadir) with SSRMS help
September - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zarya to MRM-2) [Padalka, Barratt, Thirsk]
October 1 - Soyuz TMA-16 launch [R.Romanenko, J.Williams, Gruzdev (TBD)]
October 3 - Soyuz TMA-16 docking (to Zarya)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-14 undocking (from MRM-2) and landing [Padalka, Barratt, Gruzdev (TBD)]
October 15 - Discovery (STS-129) launch
October 17 - Discovery (STS-129) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the second STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the third STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 28 - Discovery (STS-129) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 29 - Progress M undocking (from Zvezda)
October 30 - Discovery (STS-129) landing [Thirsk (TBD)]
October 30 - Progress M launch
November 1 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
November - Soyuz TMA-15 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Russian cosmonaut, De Winne, Stott]
November 16 - Soyuz TMA launch [Suraev, Creamer, Noguchi]
November 18 - Soyuz TMA docking (to Pirs)
December 10 - Endeavour (STS-130) launch
December 12 - Endeavour (STS-130) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 23 - Endeavour (STS-130) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Endeavour (STS-130) landing

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cd-slam on 06/24/2008 09:17 pm
Hi anik, I had a question regarding Progress & Soyuz docking ports used for next few months.
Per your schedule, the following events are noted:

August - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
August/September - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Lonchakov, Fincke, Chamitoff]

Two Soyuz relocations are required. Would it not make more sense to keep Soyuz TMA-12 on Pirs and follow sequence as below:

September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
October - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zarya)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]

Avoids the need for both Soyuz relocations and keeps Soyuz away from Zvezda port, as needed during shuttle missions. Any reason why this philosophy is not followed?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 06/24/2008 10:50 pm
I've noticed the Soyuz relocation seems to put the craft closer to the center of the ISS, making a shorter escape route in case of emergency.  I am wondering if this is the case, or perhaps it keeps the Soyuz closer to the COG of the ISS (durings reboosts, for example).
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Jorge on 06/24/2008 11:24 pm
Hi anik, I had a question regarding Progress & Soyuz docking ports used for next few months.
Per your schedule, the following events are noted:

August - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
August/September - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Lonchakov, Fincke, Chamitoff]

Two Soyuz relocations are required. Would it not make more sense to keep Soyuz TMA-12 on Pirs and follow sequence as below:

September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
October - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zarya)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]

Avoids the need for both Soyuz relocations and keeps Soyuz away from Zvezda port, as needed during shuttle missions. Any reason why this philosophy is not followed?


Pirs is the airlock for Russian EVAs. That of course requires depressurizing Pirs, which would cut off the remaining ISS crew from any Soyuz docked to Pirs. Therefore whenever Soyuz is docked to Pirs, the third crewmember is required to go to the Soyuz first, which cuts that crewmember off from the rest of the station. This is not desirable, so it is preferred not to keep a Soyuz docked to Pirs for extended periods.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: hop on 06/24/2008 11:27 pm
or perhaps it keeps the Soyuz closer to the COG of the ISS (durings reboosts, for example).
That seems unlikely, since if a Soyuz isn't there, a Progress would usually be in it's place, and they mass roughly the same.

Having the Progress further from the CG may advantageous, since it is integrated into station attitude control. Actually, that brings up another question, is the Progress on Zarya used for attitude control at all ? Does plume impingement restrict it's use ?

One other factor in the re-location plan may be contingency planning for ATV. Given that it has never actually undocked before, setting things up so that the other flights can proceed even it if it has problems may be prudent.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 06/25/2008 01:06 am

"Pirs is the airlock for Russian EVAs. That of course requires depressurizing Pirs, which would cut off the remaining ISS crew from any Soyuz docked to Pirs. Therefore whenever Soyuz is docked to Pirs, the third crewmember is required to go to the Soyuz first, which cuts that crewmember off from the rest of the station. This is not desirable, so it is preferred not to keep a Soyuz docked to Pirs for extended periods."

Of course, if they had completed the joint airlock a little more to have the Orlan umbilicals we wouldn't have that issue.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chandonn on 06/25/2008 02:39 am
"Pirs is the airlock for Russian EVAs. That of course requires depressurizing Pirs, which would cut off the remaining ISS crew from any Soyuz docked to Pirs. Therefore whenever Soyuz is docked to Pirs, the third crewmember is required to go to the Soyuz first, which cuts that crewmember off from the rest of the station. This is not desirable, so it is preferred not to keep a Soyuz docked to Pirs for extended periods."

Yes, I'd forgotten that detail.  You can't keep a crewmember in the station if you do an EVA from Pirs while the Soyuz is docked there.  This will become even worse once the ERA is on the station and being used during Russian EVAs.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cd-slam on 06/25/2008 04:12 am
Thanks for all the replies. I am most convinced by hop, concerning the ATV undocking. It makes a lot of sense to decouple the requirement to undock the ATV from the launch of the Progress, particularly when anik has marked the date of ATV undocking as (TBD).
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: faustod on 06/25/2008 05:47 am
I understand that from October 3, to October 12, next year, three Soyuz craft will be docked to the ISS at the same time.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TALsite on 06/25/2008 12:16 pm
I understand that from October 3, to October 12, next year, three Soyuz craft will be docked to the ISS at the same time.

Three Soyuz craft MUST be docked to the ISS at the same time because there will be a crew exchange as is doing now with the change of command.
And the launch in August of Progress M-SO2 brings a new docking port (MRM-2) to the Station.


November 1 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
November - Soyuz TMA-15 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Russian cosmonaut, De Winne, Stott]
November 16 - Soyuz TMA launch [Suraev, Creamer, Noguchi]
November 18 - Soyuz TMA docking (to Pirs)

As I said above, I suppose TMA-15 will undock after November 18th.

Following with this spacecraft... any reason for the delay in the TMA-15 CDR assignment?   It seems easy to replace Lonchackov with his backup D.Kondratiyev

October 1 - Soyuz TMA-16 launch [R.Romanenko, J.Williams, Gruzdev (TBD)]

Maybe there’s a “bug” here.  J. Williams is scheduled for launch in STS-129, returning home with Soyuz TMA-16.
Maybe this place is for M. Korniyenko. 
If this is right, this will be the first 100% Russian crew launched since… Soyuz TM30?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/25/2008 03:27 pm
I had a question regarding Progress & Soyuz docking ports used for next few months. Per your schedule, the following events are noted:

August - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
August/September - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Lonchakov, Fincke, Chamitoff]

Two Soyuz relocations are required. Would it not make more sense to keep Soyuz TMA-12 on Pirs and follow sequence as below:

September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
October - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zarya)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]

This part of my plan is from RSC Energia's internal schedule, which was issued in the middle of May.

I was told Soyuz TMA-12 relocation in August/September is necessary for the freeing the docking port on Pirs module for Progress M-65. It is the best place for this cargo ship, because Progress M-65 should be used for the providing of the roll control of ISS. The cargo ship on the docking port of Zarya module has not such capability.


November 1 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
November - Soyuz TMA-15 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Russian cosmonaut, De Winne, Stott]
November 16 - Soyuz TMA launch [Suraev, Creamer, Noguchi]
November 18 - Soyuz TMA docking (to Pirs)

As I said above, I suppose TMA-15 will undock after November 18th

Current plan has the indirect crew rotation in November 2009, i.e. old Soyuz TMA undocking will be before new Soyuz TMA docking.

October 1 - Soyuz TMA-16 launch [R.Romanenko, J.Williams, Gruzdev (TBD)]

Maybe there’s a “bug” here.  J. Williams is scheduled for launch in STS-129, returning home with Soyuz TMA-16

According to current plan Jeffrey Williams will be launched on Soyuz TMA-16.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 06/25/2008 09:26 pm

According to current plan Jeffrey Williams will be launched on Soyuz TMA-16.


According to the article by Chris from 6/23/08

STS-129 slips to October 15, 09. The mission will see Discovery carrying the EXPRESS Logistics Carriers ELC1 and ELC2, and will involve a crew rotation of Expedition 20's Robert Thirsk with his replacement, Jeff Williams.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 06/25/2008 10:15 pm
  This will become even worse once the ERA is on the station and being used during Russian EVAs.

AFAIK ERA will be launched with the MLM, that means Pirs is then deorbited.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 06/26/2008 03:53 am
According to the article by Chris from 6/23/08

STS-129 slips to October 15, 09. The mission will see Discovery carrying the EXPRESS Logistics Carriers ELC1 and ELC2, and will involve a crew rotation of Expedition 20's Robert Thirsk with his replacement, Jeff Williams

STS-128 is officially the last Shuttle flight with replacement of ISS crewmember.

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

2008
July 10 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20a) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 15 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 18 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines 
August 6 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August 28 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
August/September (TBD) - Progress M-64 deorbit
August/September - Soyuz TMA-12 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Volkov, Kononenko, Chamitoff]
September 5 (TBD) - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Pirs)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Lonchakov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 10 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Kimbrough]
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 20 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Pirs)
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 28 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Lonchakov, Fincke]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-15) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-16) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-17) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Acaba]
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Arnold, Acaba]
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, tourist]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-22) from Pirs airlock [Padalka, Barratt]
May 21 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
May 23 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
May 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
May 24 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Marshburn] 
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Russian cosmonaut, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 26 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Cassidy]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)
May 28 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Kopra]
May 30 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
June 1 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
June 3 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
June 5 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
June 23 - Progress M-02M undocking (from Zvezda)
June 24 - Progress M launch
June 26 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
July 30 - Atlantis (STS-128) launch [Stott]
August 1 - Atlantis (STS-128) docking (to PMA-2)
August - the first STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August - the second STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 8 - Atlantis (STS-128) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 10 - Atlantis (STS-128) landing [Kopra]
August 15 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) launch
August 17 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) docking (Zvezda zenith)
August - Progress M-SO2 undocking (from MRM-2)
September 1 - HTV-1 launch
September 4 - HTV-1 docking (Harmony nadir) with SSRMS help
September - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zarya to MRM-2) [Padalka, Barratt, Thirsk]
October 1 - Soyuz TMA-16 launch [R.Romanenko, J.Williams, Gruzdev (TBD)]
October 3 - Soyuz TMA-16 docking (to Zarya)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-14 undocking (from MRM-2) and landing [Padalka, Barratt, Gruzdev (TBD)]
October 15 - Discovery (STS-129) launch
October 17 - Discovery (STS-129) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the second STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the third STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 28 - Discovery (STS-129) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 29 - Progress M undocking (from Zvezda)
October 30 - Discovery (STS-129) landing [Thirsk (TBD)]
October 30 - Progress M launch
November 1 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
November - Soyuz TMA-15 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Russian cosmonaut, De Winne, Stott]
November 16 - Soyuz TMA launch [Suraev, Creamer, Noguchi]
November 18 - Soyuz TMA docking (to Pirs)
December 10 - Endeavour (STS-130) launch
December 12 - Endeavour (STS-130) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 23 - Endeavour (STS-130) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 25 - Endeavour (STS-130) landing
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Chris Bergin on 06/26/2008 06:02 am
So, given no one contacted me to correct, Jeff Williams is rotating via Soyuz and that is confirmed? Will add a subnote to the article in the interim.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: faustod on 06/26/2008 11:50 am
I understand that from October 3, to October 12, next year, three Soyuz craft will be docked to the ISS at the same time.

Three Soyuz craft MUST be docked to the ISS at the same time because there will be a crew exchange as is doing now with the change of command.


Reading the following article:
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2008/05/13/223587/space-station-partners-agree-six-crew-transport-operation.html

I understood that for the future, only two Soyuz will be docked to ISS at the same time.

Obviously, exceptions will be agreed by the partners.











Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TALsite on 06/26/2008 12:56 pm

Three Soyuz craft MUST be docked to the ISS at the same time...
Quote from: faustod
Reading the following article...
Well, I apologize if I'm wrong.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Norm Hartnett on 06/26/2008 06:03 pm
2009 marks the beginning of an increased operational tempo at the ISS with the addition of a new docking port, MRM-2, and the first use of the nadir Harmony CBM as a docking port. With five Soyuz TMAs, five Progress Ms and one Progress MSO at the station during the year the Russians will be very busy. Additionally there will be five Shuttles visits and the first HTV arriving.
There appears to be a several firsts in the coming year. I believe this is the first time a TMA will be relocated twice at the ISS with TMA-14 first moving from Zvezda to Zarya and then from Zarya to MRM-2. This will also mark the first time three Russian manned spacecraft have been at the station at the same time, with TMA-14, 15, and 16 all docked at once on October 3rd. Also on that date there will be five visiting spacecraft docked at the same time, the three Soyuz, one Progress, and the HTV.
I put together the spreadsheet below to try to get some idea of the traffic flow. Does anyone know how often the MRM-2 will be used as a docking port? Will it remain at Zvezda zenith?

Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ras391 on 06/26/2008 06:35 pm
Would someone please tell me how to download the chart so I can see all of it at once. Thank you.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Norm Hartnett on 06/26/2008 06:44 pm
left click on image, right click on expanded image and Save Picture

or

Download the spreadsheet below.

Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cd-slam on 06/30/2008 04:20 am
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, tourist]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, tourist]

I note that as of today, Space Adventures still has not announced the identity of the "Spaceflight Participant" (ie tourist) to be flown on Soyuz TMA-14. From previous flights, the participant usually trains for about one year before the flight. At present, only Nik Halik is conducting such training, as back-up for Richard Garriott flying on Soyuz TMA-13.

Do I take it then that only Nik Halik is a possible candidate for the Soyuz TMA-14 launch? If he is unable/unwilling to sign up for the full mission, will the flight then launch with only 2 ISS crew or is there another back-up hiding in the wings somewhere?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/01/2008 06:10 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 06/27/08 (http://www.hq.nasa.gov/osf/iss_reports/reports2008/06-27-2008.htm), Progress M-64 undocking may move to August 30 and ATV-1 undocking - to September 25.

I believe this is the first time a TMA will be relocated twice at the ISS with TMA-14 first moving from Zvezda to Zarya and then from Zarya to MRM-2

No, the first was Soyuz TMA-7 (November 18, 2005 and March 20, 2006), and then Soyuz TMA-9 (October 10, 2006 and March 29, 2007).

Will it remain at Zvezda zenith?

Yes, for ever.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cd-slam on 07/03/2008 04:11 am

March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, Halik]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, Halik]
Changes on July 2nd

Awesome news! First Australian citizen to fly in space! (BTW I'm an Aussie expat).
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: faustod on 07/03/2008 06:22 am
What about Gruzdev?
How many chances does he have to fly in the next future?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/04/2008 03:34 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 07/03/08, the next reboost of ISS orbit is postponed from July 18 to July 23. ATV-1 undocking is scheduled for September 5, but the deorbit burn will be approximately on September 25 for "nighttime reentry/observation".
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Danderman on 07/05/2008 06:38 pm
If these dates hold, the undocking of Progress M-65 would occur while STS-126 is still attached to ISS. I don't think a visiting vehicle has ever departed from ISS while a Shuttle is docked.

If this happens, we should get a very different view of Progress departing from ISS.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cd-slam on 07/07/2008 09:23 am
What about Gruzdev?
How many chances does he have to fly in the next future?

No news about Mr. Gruzdev. Neither is there any official announcement from Space Adventures on Nik Halik.

None of this surprises me. Remember that Russians are expert chess players and thus skilled at protracted negotiations such as those concerning "tourist" flights on the ISS.

Knowing this site, anik's information is usually ahead of the game and I don't think my celebration is premature.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/07/2008 02:52 pm
Does somebody know the day of July when the conference of the heads of the Space Agencies will start?

According to report of Interfax-Kazakhstan agency, the council of countries-participants of ISS programm will be on July 27th

Actually, July 17, according to http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEMW8TSHKHF_index_0.html
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/08/2008 01:56 pm
According to http://www.cbsnews.com/network/news/space/manifest.html Soyuz TMA-15 undocking and landing are scheduled for November 5th, 2009.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/09/2008 06:46 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 07/09/08, the next reboost of ISS orbit has returned to the original date - July 18.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/11/2008 02:01 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 07/03/08, the next reboost of ISS orbit is postponed from July 18 to July 23

According to ISS On-Orbit Status 07/09/08, the next reboost of ISS orbit has returned to the original date - July 18

According to my source, the next reboost of ISS orbit is postponed again to July 23 at MCC-H request. I hope it will be the final date.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: catfry on 07/14/2008 09:09 pm
Heather Rarick, increment 17 flight director, mentioned during the spacewalk pre-briefing on nasatv that there were two ATV reboosts remaining on the schedule.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/15/2008 03:31 pm
Heather Rarick, increment 17 flight director, mentioned during the spacewalk pre-briefing on nasatv that there were two ATV reboosts remaining on the schedule

Thank you for update. My source has confirmed this info and added that the last ATV reboost will be on August 13th.

Soyuz TMA-12 relocation is cancelled, so Progress M-65 will dock to Zvezda module.

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

2008
July 15 - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-20) from Pirs airlock [Volkov, Kononenko]
July 23 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines 
August 13 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August 30 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya)
September 5 - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
September 25 (TBD) - Jules Verne deorbit
October 11 (TBD) - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zvezda (TBD))
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 3 (TBD) - Soyuz TMA-13 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Lonchakov, Fincke, Chamitoff]
November 10 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Kimbrough]
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 28 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Lonchakov, Fincke]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-15) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-16) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-17) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Acaba]
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Arnold, Acaba]
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, Halik]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, Halik]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-22) from Pirs airlock [Padalka, Barratt]
May 15 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
May 17 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
May 18 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Marshburn]
May 20 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Cassidy]
May 22 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Kopra]
May 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
May 24 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Romanenko, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 26 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)
May 28 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 30 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
June 23 - Progress M-02M undocking (from Zvezda)
June 24 - Progress M launch
June 26 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
July 30 - Atlantis (STS-128) launch [Stott]
August 1 - Atlantis (STS-128) docking (to PMA-2)
August 3 - the first STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 5 - the second STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock
August 8 - Atlantis (STS-128) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 10 - Atlantis (STS-128) landing [Kopra]
August 15 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) launch
August 17 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) docking (Zvezda zenith)
August - Progress M-SO2 undocking (from MRM-2)
September 1 - HTV-1 launch
September 4 - HTV-1 docking (Harmony nadir) with SSRMS help
September - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zarya to MRM-2) [Padalka, Barratt, Thirsk]
October 1 - Soyuz TMA-16 launch [Suraev, J.Williams, Gruzdev]
October 3 - Soyuz TMA-16 docking (to Zarya)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-14 undocking (from MRM-2) and landing [Padalka, Barratt, Gruzdev]
October 15 - Discovery (STS-129) launch
October 17 - Discovery (STS-129) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the second STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the third STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 28 - Discovery (STS-129) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 29 - Progress M undocking (from Zvezda)
October 30 - Discovery (STS-129) landing [Thirsk]
October 30 - Progress M launch
November 1 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
November 5 - Soyuz TMA-15 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Romanenko, De Winne, Stott]
November 20 - Soyuz TMA-17 launch [Kotov, Creamer, Noguchi]
November 22 - Soyuz TMA-17 docking (to Pirs)
December 10 - Endeavour (STS-130) launch
December 12 - Endeavour (STS-130) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 21 - Progress M launch
December 23 - Endeavour (STS-130) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 23 - Progress M docking (to MRM-2)
December 25 - Endeavour (STS-130) landing

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 07/15/2008 03:40 pm
If Gruzdev is launched on TMA-16 and comes home on TMA-14, that means that there will be no seat available for a third ISS crew member to stay will Williams and Suraev. So there will be a 5 person crew until TMA-18 arrives replacing TMA-16...

It would be logical to launch someone on STS-129 to replace Thirsk and have them anding on TMA-16.

P.S I have updated the ISS crew assignments chart (http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=13717.msg296734#msg296734)
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: catfry on 07/15/2008 06:47 pm
There has really been quite a lot of changing back and forth with the ATV reboosts and I wonder why. The basic factors determining when they occur has to do with visiting vehicles and spacewalks and that sort of basic scheduling, but a lot of changes are occurring without any obvious reason, from where I'm sitting.
I guess the first changes was due to the extra fuel available relative to the original planning. Then maybe after the first couple reboosts, confidence in the ability to sustain long burns increased and that made it possible to consolidate two burns into one?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/16/2008 02:03 pm
Soyuz TMA-12 will dock to Zarya module. Progress M-65 will remain on Zvezda module till November 25. Progress M-01M will dock to Pirs module.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TALsite on 07/18/2008 07:12 pm
I have made a scheme showing more visually the last information about ISS crewing.  Between brackets, the backup crew.
See attached document.
Some of the dates, spacecrafts (TMA-xxM or TMA-old) and, I suppose, astro/cosmonauts will change.
Hope you like it.  :)
Please feel free to post corrections.
Regards.
Carlos
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 07/21/2008 03:23 am
Looks great...one question, however.
For the March 2010 flight, you show Soyuz TMA 01M.
Shouldn't that be Soyuz TMA 18?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TALsite on 07/21/2008 09:26 am
...you show Soyuz TMA 01M.
Shouldn't that be Soyuz TMA 18?
I have read that Kaleri will command the first spacecraft of the new series...
But today I don't know for sure the sequence of how they launch the new series and the (possible?) remaining stock of TMA series...  Remember what happened with Soyuz and Soyuz-T
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Olaf on 07/21/2008 02:33 pm
According to http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEMJNSWIPIF_index_0.html undocking of the ATV is planned between Sept 5-22 and deorbiting at Sept 29.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/21/2008 02:57 pm
But today I don't know for sure the sequence of how they launch the new series and the (possible?) remaining stock of TMA series...

---2008---
Soyuz TMA-13 (#223) - Lonchakov
---2009---
Soyuz TMA-14 (#224) - Padalka
Soyuz TMA-15 (#225) - Romanenko
Soyuz TMA-16 (#226) - Suraev
Soyuz TMA-17 (#227) - Kotov
---2010---
Soyuz TMA-01M (#701) - Kaleri
Soyuz TMA-18 (#228) - Skvortsov
Soyuz TMA-19 (#229) - Kondratyev
Soyuz TMA-20 (#230) - Yurchikhin
---2011---
Soyuz TMA-02M (#702) - Tyurin
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: TJL on 07/21/2008 08:02 pm
Carlos..looks like you were correct...thanks again.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 07/24/2008 05:46 am
The raising of ISS orbit by Progress M-65 engines is scheduled for October 2nd.

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

2008
August 13 - ISS orbit's raising by Jules Verne's engines
August 30 - Progress M-64 undocking (from Zarya) (or September 9)
September 5 - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda) (or September 5-22)
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
September 29 - Jules Verne deorbit
October 2 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-65 engines
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zarya)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 11 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 16 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Kimbrough]
November 18 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 20 - the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 25 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 28 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December/January - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Lonchakov, Fincke]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-15) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-16) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]
TBD - spacewalk (ISS US EVA-17) from Quest airlock [Fincke, TBD]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Pirs)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Acaba]
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Arnold, Acaba]
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 23 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 25 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, Halik]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Zvezda)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, Halik]
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zvezda to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-22) from Pirs airlock [Padalka, Barratt]
May 15 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
May 17 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
May 18 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Marshburn]
May 20 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Cassidy]
May 22 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Kopra]
May 24 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Pirs)
May 24 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Romanenko, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 26 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)
May 28 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 30 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
June 23 - Progress M-02M undocking (from Zvezda)
June 24 - Progress M launch
June 26 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
July 30 - Atlantis (STS-128) launch [Sturckow, Ford, Olivas, Forrester, Hernandez, Fuglesang, Stott]
August 1 - Atlantis (STS-128) docking (to PMA-2)
August 3 - the first STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Olivas, Fuglesang]
August 5 - the second STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Olivas, Fuglesang]
August (TBD) - the third STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Olivas, Stott]
August 8 - Atlantis (STS-128) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 10 - Atlantis (STS-128) landing [Sturckow, Ford, Olivas, Forrester, Hernandez, Fuglesang, Kopra]
August 15 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) launch
August 17 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) docking (Zvezda zenith)
August - Progress M-SO2 undocking (from MRM-2)
September 1 - HTV-1 launch
September 4 - HTV-1 docking (Harmony nadir) with SSRMS help
September - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zarya to MRM-2) [Padalka, Barratt, Thirsk]
October 1 - Soyuz TMA-16 launch [Suraev, J.Williams, Gruzdev]
October 3 - Soyuz TMA-16 docking (to Zarya)
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-14 undocking (from MRM-2) and landing [Padalka, Barratt, Gruzdev]
October 15 - Discovery (STS-129) launch
October 17 - Discovery (STS-129) docking (to PMA-2)
October - the first STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the second STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October - the third STS-129 spacewalk from Quest airlock
October 28 - Discovery (STS-129) undocking (from PMA-2)
October 29 - Progress M undocking (from Zvezda)
October 30 - Discovery (STS-129) landing [Thirsk]
October 30 - Progress M launch
November 1 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
November 5 - Soyuz TMA-15 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Romanenko, De Winne, Stott]
November 20 - Soyuz TMA-17 launch [Kotov, Creamer, Noguchi]
November 22 - Soyuz TMA-17 docking (to Pirs)
December 10 - Endeavour (STS-130) launch
December 12 - Endeavour (STS-130) docking (to PMA-2)
December - the first STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the second STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December - the third STS-130 spacewalk from Quest airlock
December 21 - Progress M launch
December 23 - Endeavour (STS-130) undocking (from PMA-2)
December 23 - Progress M docking (to MRM-2)
December 25 - Endeavour (STS-130) landing

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Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Fabio Zarantonello on 07/26/2008 09:02 am
I have made a scheme showing more visually the last information about ISS crewing....

What happened to the "ISS Crew Assignments" thread ?
I can't find it anymore.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: ShuttleDiscovery on 07/26/2008 01:17 pm
I have made a scheme showing more visually the last information about ISS crewing....

What happened to the "ISS Crew Assignments" thread ?
I can't find it anymore.

That's strange.  ???
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: cb6785 on 08/04/2008 03:58 pm
Anyone has a clue when we will see DEXTRE at work for the first time?
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 08/04/2008 04:10 pm
There's no schedule as I recall - it was 'when needed'
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Analyst on 08/04/2008 04:27 pm
DEXTRE will be used as a simple SSRMS extension during STS-127. As for doing real work, as in changing ORUs, nothing is planned now. I would start with a less critical ORU like a battery (and not a MBSU for instance).

Analyst
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: erioladastra on 08/04/2008 07:38 pm
DEXTRE will be used as a simple SSRMS extension during STS-127. As for doing real work, as in changing ORUs, nothing is planned now. I would start with a less critical ORU like a battery (and not a MBSU for instance).

Analyst

Actually they did some testing of it last week and they are looking to try it on an RPCM replacement in the near future (I want to say by the end of the year, but I could have the time scale wrong - I know they are pushing hard to certify it.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 08/04/2008 08:21 pm
There are some notes about Dextre's testing and first use potential in today's L2 standup.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/10/2008 06:11 pm
New info from ISS On-Orbit Status 08/09/08 (http://www.hq.nasa.gov/osf/iss_reports/reports2008/08-09-2008.htm): Progress M-64 undocking is planned on September 2, ATV-1 undocking - on September 7, Progress M-01M docking - on November 30, Progress M-66 undocking - on April 7, 2009.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/20/2008 02:54 pm
New info from ISS On-Orbit Status 08/19/08: Progress M-64 undocking is planned on September 1, ATV-1 undocking - on September 5, Progress M-64 deorbit - approximately on September 8.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: StarbucksDiva on 08/20/2008 04:45 pm
Question..

Are they going to broadcast the undockings of the Progress and ATV on NASA TV?. I looked at the Schedule @ NASA.GOV but did not see anything.

Thanks
Gina
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: rdale on 08/20/2008 05:34 pm
Probably - but that's too far out for them to list on the schedule.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/21/2008 02:17 pm
There will be performed many burns for Plasma-Progress experiment during six-day autonomous flight of Progress M-64 cargo ship.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: aquarius on 08/22/2008 12:37 pm
Question..

Are they going to broadcast the undockings of the Progress and ATV on NASA TV?. I looked at the Schedule @ NASA.GOV but did not see anything.

Thanks
Gina

Usually, NASA TV doesn´t broadcast the Progress undockings.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: psloss on 08/22/2008 12:43 pm
Usually, NASA TV doesn´t broadcast the Progress undockings.
Not live, but they have run replays during the "ISS hour" broadcasts in the past...
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: StarbucksDiva on 08/22/2008 02:34 pm
Thanks a bunch! ;D
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/26/2008 05:41 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 08/26/08, the deorbit of Progress M-64 cargo ship is planned on September 9th.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: Ronsmytheiii on 08/26/2008 06:01 pm
why the long time between undocking and reentry for progress and ATV?  With soyuz they reenter almost immediately, and all the cargo ships do is burn up.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/26/2008 06:10 pm
Autonomous flight of Progress M-64 cargo ship will be for the performing of Plasma-Progress experiment.

Autonomous flight of Jules Verne cargo ship will be for the observation of its nighttime reentry from ISS on September 29.
Title: Re: Schedule of ISS flight events
Post by: anik on 08/28/2008 01:56 pm
According to ISS On-Orbit Status 08/26/08, the deorbit of Progress M-64 cargo ship is planned on September 9th

I was told the deorbit actually will be in evening (UTC) September 8.

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

2008
September 5 - Jules Verne undocking (from Zvezda)
September 8 - Progress M-64 deorbit
September 10 - Progress M-65 launch
September 12 - Progress M-65 docking (to Zvezda)
September (TBD) - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-65 engines
September 29 - Jules Verne deorbit
October 2 - ISS orbit's raising by Progress M-65 engines
October 12 - Soyuz TMA-13 launch [Lonchakov, Fincke, R.Garriott]
October 14 - Soyuz TMA-13 docking (to Zarya)
October 23 - Soyuz TMA-12 undocking (from Pirs) and landing [Volkov, Kononenko, R.Garriott]
November 11 - Endeavour (STS-126) launch [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Magnus]
November 12 - Endeavour (STS-126) docking (to PMA-2)
November 14/15 - the first STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 16/17 - the second STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Kimbrough]
November 18/19 - the third STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen]
November 20/21- the fourth STS-126 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Bowen, Kimbrough]
November 23 - Endeavour (STS-126) undocking (from PMA-2)
November 25 - Endeavour (STS-126) landing [Ferguson, Boe, Stefanyshyn-Piper, Bowen, Pettit, Kimbrough, Chamitoff]
November 25 - Progress M-65 undocking (from Zvezda)
November 26 - Progress M-01M launch
November 30 - Progress M-01M docking (to Pirs)
December - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-21) from Pirs airlock [Lonchakov, Fincke]

2009
February 9 - Progress M-01M undocking (from Pirs)
February 10 - Progress M-66 launch
February 12 - Progress M-66 docking (to Zvezda)
February 12 - Discovery (STS-119) launch [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Wakata]
February 14 - Discovery (STS-119) docking (to PMA-2)
February 16 - the first STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 17 - the second STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Acaba]
February 19 - the third STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Arnold, Acaba]
February 21 - the fourth STS-119 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Swanson, Arnold]
February 24 - Discovery (STS-119) undocking (from PMA-2)
February 26 - Discovery (STS-119) landing [Archambault, Antonelli, Acaba, Swanson, Arnold, Phillips, Magnus]
March 25 - Soyuz TMA-14 launch [Padalka, Barratt, Halik]
March 27 - Soyuz TMA-14 docking (to Pirs)
April 5 - Soyuz TMA-13 undocking (from Zarya) and landing [Lonchakov, Fincke, Halik]
April 7 - Progress M-66 undocking (from Zvezda)
April - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Pirs to Zarya) [Padalka, Barratt, Wakata]
April 22 - Progress M-02M launch
April 24 - Progress M-02M docking (to Zvezda)
May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-22) from Pirs airlock [Padalka, Barratt]
May 15 - Endeavour (STS-127) launch [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Kopra]
May 17 - Endeavour (STS-127) docking (to PMA-2)
May 18 - the first STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Marshburn]
May 20 - the second STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Cassidy]
May 22 - the third STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Wolf, Kopra]
May 24 - the fourth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
May 25 - Soyuz TMA-15 launch [Romanenko, De Winne, Thirsk]
May 26 - the fifth STS-127 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Cassidy, Marshburn]
May 27 - Soyuz TMA-15 docking (to Pirs)
May 28 - Endeavour (STS-127) undocking (from PMA-2)
May 30 - Endeavour (STS-127) landing [Polansky, Hurley, Wolf, Payette, Cassidy, Marshburn, Wakata]
June 23 - Progress M-02M undocking (from Zvezda)
June 24 - Progress M launch
June 26 - Progress M docking (to Zvezda)
July 30 - Atlantis (STS-128) launch [Sturckow, Ford, Olivas, Forrester, Hernandez, Fuglesang, Stott]
August 1 - Atlantis (STS-128) docking (to PMA-2)
August 3 - the first STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Olivas, Fuglesang]
August 5 - the second STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Olivas, Fuglesang]
August (TBD) - the third STS-128 spacewalk from Quest airlock [Olivas, Stott]
August 8 - Atlantis (STS-128) undocking (from PMA-2)
August 10 - Atlantis (STS-128) landing [Sturckow, Ford, Olivas, Forrester, Hernandez, Fuglesang, Kopra]
August 15 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) launch
August 17 - Progress M-SO2 (with MRM-2) docking (Zvezda zenith)
August - Progress M-SO2 undocking (from MRM-2)
September 1 - HTV-1 launch
September 4 - HTV-1 docking (Harmony nadir) with SSRMS help
September - Soyuz TMA-14 relocation (from Zarya to MRM-2) [Padalka, Barratt, Thirsk]
October 1 - Soyuz TMA-16 launch [Suraev, J.Williams, Kazakhstan cosmonaut or SFP from Space Adventures]
October 3 - Soyuz TMA-16 docking (to Zarya)
October 1