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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #880 on: 01/09/2019 06:58 pm »
Completed ISS flight events
UTC time is used in table

2019
January 1 - seven MSC´s from MISSE-10 was taken out from Kibo airlock and  to be installed on MISSE-FF
January 5 - one MSC from MISSE-9 to be deinstalled from MISSE-FF

January 13  20:05 / 23:33 - Dragon (SpX-16) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
January 14  04:19 / 05:13 - Dragon (SpX-16) deorbit and splashdown

January 18  18:01 - ISS orbit's reboost by Progress MS-10 engines

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

2019
January 25  12:55 - Progress MS-09 (70P) undocking (from Pirs)
NET February  January 25  ~16:10 / ~16:45 /16:54 - Progress MS-09 (70P) deorbit, reentered the atmosphere and flooding
February 12 - Cygnus (NG-10) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
Mid-February - release of satellites CAT 1 (CATSat 1), CAT 2 (CATSat 2), UNITE, Delphini 1 (AUSAT-1), TechEdSat-8 from NRCSD#15
NET  Early  February    9   16  ~13:00  - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM1) un-crewed launch and docking (to Harmony PMA-2/IDA2)
February 22 - Soyuz MS-11 (57S) undocking (from Poisk) and docking (to Rassvet) [Exp 58/59: Kononenko, McClain, Saint-Jacques]
NET Late February - Cygnus (NG-10) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
February - release of EP with 9 old batteries by SSRMS
NET February  12:05-18:35 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-52) from Quest airlock (installing new batteries in the ISS P4 Truss 2A Power Channel) [McClain, Saint-Jacques]
NET February  12:05-18:35 - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-53) from Quest airlock (installing new batteries in the ISS P4 Truss 2A Power Channel) [McClain, Saint-Jacques]
NET February - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA-54) from Quest airlock (Truss Jumper U/R) [McClain, Saint-Jacques]
Early March - Kaber/Redeye
NET  Mid-  Late February 23  March 2 - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM1) un-crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-2/IDA2) and splashdown
February 28 / March    1   14 (TBD)  19:14 - Soyuz MS-12 (58S) launch [Exp 59/60: Ovchinin, Hague, Koch]
March 15 (TBD)  ~01:30 - Soyuz MS-12 (58S) docking (to Poisk) [Exp 59/60: Ovchinin, Hague, Koch]
Mid-March - EFU adapter exchange
NET  Mid-  March 16 - Dragon SpX-17 launch [OCO-3, STP-H6 in trunk]
NET  Mid-  March 18 - Dragon (SpX-17) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET Late March 28  - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT) un-crewed launch and docking (to Harmony PMA-2/IDA2)
Late March - OCO-3, STP-H6 extract from trunk and installation
Early April - RRM3
April 4 (TBD)  11:01 / ~14:40 - Progress MS-11 (72P) launch and docking (to Pirs)
NET  Mid-  April 11 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-OFT) un-crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-2/IDA2) and landing
NET Mid-April - Dragon (SpX-17) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS (or Mid-March)
NET Mid-April - Dragon (SpX-17) splashdown
NET April 17 - Cygnus (NG-11) launch
NET April 20 - Cygnus (NG-11) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
Mid-May - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) from Quest airlock (COLKa or RiTS)
Late May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-46) from Pirs airlock [Kononenko, Ovchinin]
June 3 - Progress MS-10 (71P) undocking (from Zvezda)
June 3 - Progress MS-10 (71P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET June 25 - Soyuz MS-11 (57S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Exp 58/59: Kononenko, McClain, Saint-Jacques]
NET Q2 - release of satellites IOD-1 from NRCSD#16
July 6 - Soyuz MS-13 (59S) launch and docking (to Rassvet) [Exp 60/61: Skvortsov, Parmitano, Morgan]
NET    May 7   July 8 - Dragon (SpX-18) launch [IDA-3 in trunk]
NET    May 9   July 10 - Dragon (SpX-18) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
Mid-July - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 launch
Mid-July - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
July 31 - Progress MS-12 (73P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
NET June 18  July  ~01:00 - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM2) crewed launch and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Hurley, Behnken] (or Late)
NET June 30  July - Dragon v2 (SpX-DM2) crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) and splashdown [Hurley, Behnken] (or Late)
Mid-May  NET July - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) from Quest airlock (IDA-3 Install & Outfitting)
NET July - Cygnus (NG-11) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET July - Cygnus (NG-11) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
Early-August - Progress MS-11 (72P) undocking (from Pirs)
NET Early  June  August - Dragon (SpX-18) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Early  June  August - Dragon (SpX-18) splashdown
Mid-August - Progress MS-12 (73P) undocking (from Zvezda) and docking (to Pirs)
August 27 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed launch and docking (to Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) [Ferguson, Boe, Mann]
August - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-47) from Pirs airlock [Skvortsov, Ovchinin]
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
August - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (battery R&R A-F) from Quest airlock
NET August - Dragon v2 USCV-1 (US Crew Vehicle-1) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) [Glover, Hopkins] (or December)
August  September 10 - CST-100 Starliner (Boe-CFT) crewed undocking (from Harmony PMA-2 / IDA 2) and landing [Ferguson, Boe, Mann] (or December)
September 12 - Soyuz MS-14 (60S) unmanned launch and docking (to Zvezda)
Mid-September - spacewalk (ISS U.S. EVA) (NanoRacks A/L Prep) from Quest airlock
Mid-September - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
September 23 - Soyuz MS-15 (61S) launch and docking (to Poisk) [Exp 61/62: Skripochka, Cassidy, Al Mansouri] (or October 18)
NET Late September - HTV-8 Kounotori-8 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
October 1 - Cygnus (NG-12) launch
October  3 - Soyuz MS-12 (58S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Exp 59/60: Hague  Ovchinin, Koch, Al Mansouri]
October 4 - Cygnus (NG-12) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
October 13 (TBD) - Soyuz MS-14 (60S) unmanned undocking (from Zvezda) and landing
NET October 15 - Dragon (SpX-19) launch [Bishop (NanoRacks Airlock Module), Bartolomeo (CEPHFISS) in trunk]
NET October 17 - Dragon (SpX-19) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET Mid-November - Dragon (SpX-19) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Mid-November - Dragon (SpX-19) splashdown
Late November - Cygnus (NG-12) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
Late November - Cygnus (NG-12) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET December - Progress MS-13 (74P) launch and docking (to ISS)
NET December - CST-100 Starliner USCV-2 launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) [Cassada, Williams, Noguchi]
NET December - Dragon v2 USCV-1 (US Crew Vehicle-1) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown [Glover, Hopkins]
Late - release of love satellite (Japan) from J-SSOD
Late - release of satellites Radioscaf RS-10 (Tanyusha SWSU №5), Radioscaf RS-11 (Tanyusha SWSU №6), Iskra-5, ТNS-0 №3, SamSat-QB50, SamSat-M (or Early 2020)
TBD - release of satellites MIR-SAT 1 and Surya Satellite-1 (SS-1) (Indonesia) from J-SSOD

2020
NET Early January - Dragon (SpX-20) launch [HISUI in trunk]
NET Early January - Dragon (SpX-20) capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
NET November 30, 2019  Early - MLM Nauka launch (or 2020)
NET Early December 2019  Early - Pirs and Progress MS-12 (73P) undocking (from Zvezda nadir)
NET Early December 2019  Early - Pirs and Progress MS-12 (73P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET December 9, 2019  Early - MLM Nauka docking (to Zvezda nadir) (or 2020)
December 2019  Early - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-48) (MLM Nauka and ERA)
December2019  Early - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-49) (MLM Nauka and ERA)
January (TBD)  Early - Progress MS-14 (75P) launch and docking (to MLM Nauka)
February 6 - Soyuz MS-13 (59S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Exp 60/61: Skvortsov, Parmitano, Morgan]
NET Early February - Dragon (SpX-20) unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
NET Early February - Dragon (SpX-20) splashdown
Mid-February - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 launch
Mid-February - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 capture and berthing (to Harmony nadir) by SSRMS
March - Cygnus (NG-13) launch
March - Cygnus (NG-13) capture and berthing (to Unity nadir) by SSRMS
Early April - Soyuz MS-15 (61S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Exp 61/62: Skripochka, Ovchinin  Hague, Cassidy]
April 15 - Soyuz MS-16 (62S) launch and docking (to Rassvet) [Tikhonov, Babkin]
Mid-April - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 unberthing (from Harmony nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
Mid-April - HTV-9 Kounotori-9 deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
Mid-April - Progress MS-13 (74P) undocking (from Zvezda)
Mid-April - Progress MS-13 (74P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
April (TBD) - Progress MS-15 (76P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
Early May (TBD) - Progress MS-14 (75P) undocking (from MLM Nauka)
May - Cygnus (NG-13) unberthing (from Unity nadir) and releasing by SSRMS
May - Cygnus (NG-13) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
May (TBD) - Progress MS-14 (75P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
May (TBD) - Progress MS-UM launch
May (TBD) - Progress MS-UM docking (to MLM Nauka)
May (TBD) - PAO Progress MS-UM undocking, deorbit and reentered the atmosphere

NET May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-50)
NET May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-51) (MLM Nauka and ERA)
NET May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-52) (MLM Nauka radiator)
NET May - spacewalk (ISS Russian EVA-53)
May-June - start the experiment ExHAM No. 2 No. 5 Fifth Experiment Candidate Theme
June (TBD) - Progress MS-16 (77P) launch and docking (to ISS)
NET June - Dragon v2 USCV-3 (US Crew Vehicle-3) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2)
NET June - CST-100 Starliner USCV-2 undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) and landing [Cassada, Williams, Noguchi]
September - Soyuz MS-16 (62S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing [Tikhonov, Babkin]
September (TBD) - Progress MS-15 (76P) undocking (from Zvezda)
September (TBD) - Progress MS-17 (78P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
September (TBD) - Progress MS-15 (76P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
October 21 - Soyuz MS-17 (63S) launch and docking (to Poisk) [Ivanishin, Vagner, Bowen]
December (TBD) - Progress MS-16 (77P) undocking (from ISS)
December (TBD) - Progress MS-18 (79P) launch and docking (to ISS)
December (TBD) - Progress MS-16 (77P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET December - CST-100 Starliner USCV-4 launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET December - Dragon v2 USCV-3 (US Crew Vehicle-3) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown
TBD - release of CSA's satellites from NRCSD: Ex-Alta 2, ORCA2Sat, Manitoba SAT-1, CubeSat NB, Killick-1, AuroraSat, WU-NACCP, DUCS, NEUDOSE, ESSENCE, SpudNik-1, CHIRad-Sat, UdeSat, IDRSat, YukonSat

2021
March - Soyuz MS-17 (63S) undocking (from Poisk) and landing [Ivanishin, Vagner, Bowen]
March - Soyuz MS-18 (64S) launch and docking (to Rassvet)
Q1 - Progress MS-17 (78P) undocking (from Zvezda)
Q1 - Progress MS-19 (80P) launch and docking (to Zvezda)
Q1 - Progress MS-17 (78P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
June (TBD) - Progress MS-18 (79P) undocking (from ISS)
June (TBD) - Progress MS-20 (81P) launch and docking (to ISS)
June (TBD) - Progress MS-18 (79P) deorbit and reentered the atmosphere
NET June - Dragon v2 USCV-5 (US Crew Vehicle-3) launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2)
NET June - CST-100 Starliner USCV-4 undocking (from Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3) and landing
September - Soyuz MS-18 (64S) undocking (from Rassvet) and landing
September - Soyuz MS-19 (65S) launch and docking (to Poisk)
NET December - CST-100 Starliner USCV-6 launch and docking (to Harmony PMA 3 / IDA 3)
NET December - Dragon v2 USCV-5 (US Crew Vehicle-5) undocking (from Harmony PMA 2 / IDA 2) and splashdown
TBD - release of CSA's satellites from NRCSD

Changes on January 8th
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #881 on: 01/10/2019 08:17 am »
https://www.rbc.ru/rbcfreenews/5c36bc0c9a794747f8ff736c?from=newsfeed
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Но мы планируем в начале 2020 года отправить туда многофункциональный лабораторный модуль, который расширит площадь рабочего места на российском сегменте, а потом еще два модуля в 2022-м — стыковочный и энергетический.
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We plan to send there a multifunctional laboratory module at the beginning of 2020, which will expand the area of the workplace in the Russian segment, and then two more modules in 2022, the docking and power module.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #882 on: 01/10/2019 02:35 pm »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/commercialcrew/2019/01/10/spacex-demo-1-launch-update/
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NASA and SpaceX are now targeting no earlier than February for the launch of Demo-1

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #883 on: 01/10/2019 03:23 pm »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2019/01/10/dragons-return-to-earth-delayed-crew-moves-on-to-research/
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Robotics controllers will command the Canadarm2 to uninstall Dragon from Harmony on Saturday afternoon then slowly maneuver the U.S. space freighter to its release position. The Canadarm2 will then be commanded to release Dragon Sunday at 3:36 a.m. EDT as astronaut Anne McClain monitors from the cupola. NASA TV will broadcast the departure live without commentary starting Sunday at 3:15 a.m.
I don´t know, when EDT starts in USA, but I think January is to early.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #884 on: 01/11/2019 07:51 am »
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https://ria.ru/20190111/1549216462.html
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Igniting  engines of Progress MS-10, docked to the ISS Zvezda module, is tentatively scheduled for January 18 at 21:01 Moscow time.
https://ria.ru/20190111/1549218100.html
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"The undocking of the Progress MS-09 from the Pirs module of the ISS is scheduled for January 25 at 15:55 Moscow time," the agency’s source said.
The height of the ISS orbit will increase by almost two kilometers, a source said
According to him, three hours after undocking from the ISS cargo will be de-orbited.
“At about 19:54 Moscow time, the unburned elements of its construction will fall on the so-called“ cemetery of space ships ”in the South Pacific,” a source added.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #885 on: 01/11/2019 05:42 pm »
The launch of Soyuz MS-13 is delayed? Or is the ESA not up to date?

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Mission name

Beyond - ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano

Date: 23 July 2019 tbc
Location: Baikonur, Kazakhstan
Launcher: Soyuz
Website:http://lucaparmitano.esa.int/

ESA launch schedule https://www.esa.int/For_Media/Launch_schedule_2019
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #886 on: 01/11/2019 05:48 pm »
https://go.nasa.gov/2RHGPxL

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To take advantage of calmer sea states in a different location in the Pacific Ocean, SpaceX and the International Space Station Program agreed to move the departure of the SpaceX-CRS-16 Dragon cargo craft from the station from early Sunday morning to late Sunday afternoon, setting up the first night splashdown and recovery of a Dragon vehicle.

Dragon’s hatch will be closed Sunday morning, and the spacecraft will be detached from the Harmony module around 3 p.m. EST Sunday.

Ground controllers will now release Dragon from the Canadarm2 robotic arm at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. NASA TV coverage of the operation without commentary will begin at 6:15 p.m. NASA Flight Engineer Anne McClain will monitor the release from the station’s cupola.

Dragon’s deorbit burn to begin its descent back to Earth is now scheduled at approximately 11:19 p.m. with splashdown scheduled at around 12:10 a.m. Monday (9:10 p.m. Pacific time) just west of Baja California.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #887 on: 01/13/2019 03:40 am »
https://ria.ru/20190113/1549280236.html
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NASA astronaut Haig can go into space for a year, a source said

MOSCOW, January 13 - RIA News. NASA astronaut Nick Haig, who in October, together with Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin, could not reach the ISS due to the Soyuz FG launch vehicle accident, could go to the station on an annual flight in March, a Russian source told RIA Novosti on Sunday. rocket and space industry.
"We are considering the option of carrying out the annual flight to the ISS by the American astronaut Nick Hague in 2019-2020," the agency’s source said.
According to him, another, less likely option is to send the American Christina Cook to the annual flight, which, together with Ovchinin and Hague, will fly to the ISS in March on the Soyuz MS-12 manned spacecraft.
“The need for an annual flight was caused by the fact that the first astronaut of the United Arab Emirates was supposed to fly on the Union MS-12. Now this place on the ship is occupied by astronauts, and to fulfill the contract with the Arab side, some of the astronauts must remain on the ISS year ", - explained the source.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #888 on: 01/13/2019 01:19 pm »
https://go.nasa.gov/2RHGPxL

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To take advantage of calmer sea states in a different location in the Pacific Ocean, SpaceX and the International Space Station Program agreed to move the departure of the SpaceX-CRS-16 Dragon cargo craft from the station from early Sunday morning to late Sunday afternoon, setting up the first night splashdown and recovery of a Dragon vehicle.

Dragon’s hatch will be closed Sunday morning, and the spacecraft will be detached from the Harmony module around 3 p.m. EST Sunday.

Ground controllers will now release Dragon from the Canadarm2 robotic arm at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. NASA TV coverage of the operation without commentary will begin at 6:15 p.m. NASA Flight Engineer Anne McClain will monitor the release from the station’s cupola.

Dragon’s deorbit burn to begin its descent back to Earth is now scheduled at approximately 11:19 p.m. with splashdown scheduled at around 12:10 a.m. Monday (9:10 p.m. Pacific time) just west of Baja California.
Will this event be televised?
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #889 on: 01/13/2019 01:25 pm »
Yes, without commentary.  My highlight in green.
https://go.nasa.gov/2RHGPxL

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To take advantage of calmer sea states in a different location in the Pacific Ocean, SpaceX and the International Space Station Program agreed to move the departure of the SpaceX-CRS-16 Dragon cargo craft from the station from early Sunday morning to late Sunday afternoon, setting up the first night splashdown and recovery of a Dragon vehicle.

Dragon’s hatch will be closed Sunday morning, and the spacecraft will be detached from the Harmony module around 3 p.m. EST Sunday.

Ground controllers will now release Dragon from the Canadarm2 robotic arm at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. NASA TV coverage of the operation without commentary will begin at 6:15 p.m. NASA Flight Engineer Anne McClain will monitor the release from the station’s cupola.

Dragon’s deorbit burn to begin its descent back to Earth is now scheduled at approximately 11:19 p.m. with splashdown scheduled at around 12:10 a.m. Monday (9:10 p.m. Pacific time) just west of Baja California.
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #893 on: 01/14/2019 05:05 am »
https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/2019/01/13/dragon-released-to-return-science-and-supplies-back-to-earth/
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The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft was released from the International Space Station today at 6:33 p.m. EST.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #894 on: 01/15/2019 07:28 am »
http://www.launchphotography.com/Delta_4_Atlas_5_Falcon_9_Launch_Viewing.html
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The next SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral will launch the first Crew Dragon space capsule on an uncrewed demonstration mission, DM-1, to the ISS from pad 39A on February 9 at the very earliest. The launch time is around 11am EST if this timeframe and gets 22-26 minutes earlier each day. The launch window is instantaneous.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #895 on: 01/17/2019 01:26 am »
https://ria.ru/20190117/1549466630.html
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"As part of the flight tests, the Starliner ship will fly to the ISS in unmanned mode on March 28, in the manned one - on August 27," said the agency interlocutor.
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Another spacecraft Dragon-2, designed by SpaceX, will go to the ISS in unmanned mode on February 9, in manned spacecraft - in July. NASA astronauts Robert Benken and Douglas Hurley will fly the ship.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #896 on: 01/17/2019 10:19 pm »
Cross-post re: Dragon CRS-18 launch date:
Launch date: July 8, 2019
Source: SFN Launch Schedule, updated Jan. 16
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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #897 on: 01/19/2019 09:42 am »
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The first manned launch in 2019 may take place later than planned, the head of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, told reporters.
Previously, the flight was scheduled for March 1. In the Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft, the Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin and the Americans Nick Heig and Kristina Koch are to go to the International Space Station.
"I want to say that maybe together with the Americans, he will be moved to a more acceptable date," said Rogozin.
According to him, the launch can be moved to the right so that the crew can spend more time in orbit (usually the missions on the ISS last for about six months). He noted that the revised launch plan would be ready in about a week and a half.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #898 on: 01/19/2019 11:11 am »
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MOSCOW, January 19 - RIA News. The Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft with Alexei Ovchinin and Nick Hague, who did not reach the ISS in October, and Christina Cook, may go to the station on March 14, two weeks later than planned, a source in the rocket told RIA Novosti. space industry.

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Re: Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)
« Reply #899 on: 01/20/2019 06:53 pm »
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March 14 (TBD) - Soyuz MS-12 (№742) - Soyuz-FG - Baikonur, 1/5 - 19:14
April 4 (TBD) – Progress MS-11 (№441) - Soyuz-2.1a – Baikonur, 31/6 – 11:01

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