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An informational catalog, or several catalogs, about International Space Station.

Station assembly

Element Flight Launch Vehicle Launch date
(GMT)
Length
(m)
Diameter
(m)
Mass
(kg)
Zarya FGB 1 A/R Proton rocket 20 November 1998 12.6 4.1 19,323
Unity Node 1 2A - STS-88 Endeavour 4 December 1998 5.49 4.57 11,612
Zvezda Service Module 1R Proton rocket 12 July 2000 13.1 4.15 19,050
Z1 Truss 3A - STS-92 Discovery 11 October 2000</tt> 4.9 4.2 8,755
P6 Truss - Solar Array* [1] 4A - STS-97 Endeavour 30 November 2000</tt> 4.9 4.9 7,700
Destiny 5A - STS-98 Atlantis 7 February 2001 8.53 4.27 14,515
Canadarm2 6A - STS-100 Endeavour 19 April 2001 17.6 0.35 4,899
Joint Airlock - Quest Airlock 7A - STS-104 Atlantis 12 July 2001 5.5 4.0 6,064
Docking Compartment - Pirs Airlock 4R Soyuz rocket 14 September 2001 4.1 2.6 3,900
S0 Truss 8A - STS-110 Atlantis 8 April 2002 13.4 4.6 13,971
Mobile Base System for Canadarm2 UF-2 - STS-111 Endeavour 5 June 2002 5.7 2.9 1,450
S1 Truss 9A - STS-112 Atlantis 7 October 2002 13.7 4.6 14,124
P1 Truss 11A - STS-113 Endeavour 24 November 2002 13.7 4.6 14,003
External Stowage Platform (ESP-2) LF 1 - STS-114 Discovery 26 July 2005 4.9 3.65 2,676
P3/P4 Truss - Solar Array 12A - STS-115 Atlantis 9 September 2006 13.7 5.0 16,183
P5 Truss [2] 12A.1 - STS-116 Discovery 10 December 2006 3.4 4.6 1,864
S3/S4 Truss - Solar Array [3] 13A - STS-117 Atlantis 8 June 2007 13.7 5.0 16,183

Station expeditions

This is a list of a permanent crews assigned to the International Space Station (ISS). All permanent ISS crews are named "Expedition n", where n is sequentially increased with each expedition.

Expeditions have an average duration of half a year. Resupply mission visitors and space tourists are not counted as expedition members.

The International Space Station is the most visited space station in the history of spaceflight. As of September 11, 2006, it has had 159 (non-distinct) visitors. Mir had 137 (non-distinct) visitors (see also Space station). The number of distinct visitors to the ISS is 124 (see list of International Space Station visitors).


Expedition Crew
(commander in italics)
Patch Launch date Flight up Landing date Flight down Duration
(days)
Expedition 1 William Shepherd - U.S.A.
Yuri Gidzenko - Russia
Sergei Krikalev - Russia
ISS Expedition 1 Patch.jpg October 31, 2000
07:52:47 UTC
Soyuz TM-31 March 21, 2001
07:33:06 UTC
STS-102 140.98
Expedition 2 Yuri Usachev - Russia
Susan Helms - U.S.A.
James Voss - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 2 Patch.jpg March 8, 2001
11:42:09 UTC
STS-102 August 22, 2001
19:24:06 UTC
STS-105 167.28
Expedition 3 Frank L. Culbertson - U.S.A.
Vladimir N. Dezhurov - Russia
Mikhail Tyurin - Russia
ISS Expedition 3 Patch.jpg August 10, 2001
21:10:15 UTC
STS-105 December 17, 2001
17:56:13 UTC
STS-108 128.86
Expedition 4 Yury Onufrienko - Russia
Dan Bursch - U.S.A.
Carl Walz - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 4 Patch.jpg December 5, 2001
22:19:28 UTC
STS-108 June 19, 2002
09:57:41 UTC
STS-111 195.82
Expedition 5 Valery Korzun - Russia
Sergei Treschev - Russia
Peggy Whitson - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 5 Patch.jpg June 5, 2002
21:22:49 UTC
STS-111 December 7, 2002
19:37:12 UTC
STS-113 184.93
Expedition 6 Kenneth Bowersox - U.S.A.
Nikolai Budarin - Russia
Donald Pettit - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 6 Patch.jpg November 24, 2002
00:49:47 UTC
STS-113 May 4, 2003
02:04:25 UTC
Soyuz TMA-1 161.05
Expedition 7 Yuri Malenchenko - Russia
Edward Lu - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 7 Patch.jpg April 26, 2003
03:53:52 UTC
Soyuz TMA-2 October 28, 2003
02:40:20 UTC
Soyuz TMA-2 184.93
Expedition 8 Michael Foale - U.S.A.
Alexander Kaleri - Russia
ISS Expedition 8 Patch.jpg October 18, 2003
05:38:03 UTC
Soyuz TMA-3 April 30, 2004
00:11:15 UTC
Soyuz TMA-3 194.77
Expedition 9 Gennady Padalka - Russia
Michael Fincke - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 9 Patch.jpg April 19, 2004
03:19:00 UTC
Soyuz TMA-4 October 24, 2004
00:32:00 UTC
Soyuz TMA-4 185.66
Expedition 10 Leroy Chiao - U.S.A.
Salizhan Sharipov - Russia
ISS Expedition 10 Patch.jpg October 14, 2004
03:06 UTC
Soyuz TMA-5 April 24, 2005
22:08:00 UTC
Soyuz TMA-5 192.79
Expedition 11 Sergei Krikalev - Russia
John L. Phillips - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 11 Patch.jpg April 15, 2005
00:46:00 UTC
Soyuz TMA-6
October 11, 2005
01:09:00 UTC
Soyuz TMA-6 179.02
Expedition 12 William McArthur - U.S.A.
Valery Tokarev - Russia
ISS Expedition 12 Patch.jpg October 1, 2005
03:54:00 UTC
Soyuz TMA-7
April 8, 2006
23:48:00 UTC
Soyuz TMA-7 189.01
Expedition 13 Pavel Vinogradov - Russia
Jeffrey Williams - U.S.A.
Thomas Reiter - Germany
50px March 30, 2006
02:30 UTC (Soyuz)
July 4, 2006
18:38 UTC (STS)
Soyuz TMA-8
STS-121 (Reiter)
September 28, 2006
01:13 UTC (Soyuz)
December 21, 2006
22:32 UTC (STS)
Soyuz TMA-8
STS-116 (Reiter)
182.65

171.16
(Reiter)
Expedition 14 Michael Lopez-Alegria - U.S.A.
Mikhail Tyurin - Russia
Sunita Williams - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 14 Patch.jpg September 18, 2006
04:09 UTC (Soyuz)
December 10, 2006
01:47 (STS)
Soyuz TMA-9
STS-116 (Williams)
April 21, 2007
12:31 UTC (Soyuz)
July 11, 2007 (STS)
Soyuz TMA-9
STS-117 (Williams)
~214
Expedition 15 Fyodor Yurchikhin - Russia
Clayton Anderson - U.S.A.
Oleg Kotov - Russia
Daniel Tani - U.S.A.[4]
ISS Expedition 15 Patch.jpg April 7, 2007
17:31 UTC (Soyuz)
Planned: July 19, 2007 (STS)
Soyuz TMA-10
STS-117 (Anderson)
Planned: October 13, 2007 (Soyuz)
November 4, 2007 (STS)
Soyuz TMA-10
STS-120 (Anderson)
~189
Expedition 16 Peggy Whitson - U.S.A.
Yuri Malenchenko - Russia
Léopold Eyharts - France
Garrett Reisman - U.S.A.
ISS Expedition 16 Patch.jpg Scheduled for October 2, 2007–April 19, 2008

References

  1. P6 Integrated Truss Structure, NASA Human Spaceflight
  2. STS-116 Press Kit, NASA, page 72
  3. STS-117 Press Kit, NASA
  4. NASA, Russian Space Agency Name 4 Members of Next ISS Crew 19 October 2006 mosnews.com, Retrieved 19 October 2006.