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Soyuz TMA-6
""Soyuz TMA-6 spacecraft.jpg
Soyuz TMA-6 approaching the "International Space Station
Operator "Roskosmos
"COSPAR ID 2005-013A
"SATCAT no. 28640Edit this on Wikidata
Mission duration 179.984 days
Orbits completed 2,817
Spacecraft properties
Spacecraft type "Soyuz-TMA 11F732
Manufacturer "RKK Energia
Launch mass 7,200 kilograms (15,900 lb)
Crew size 3
Members "Sergei Krikalev
"John Phillips
Launching "Roberto Vittori
Landing "Gregory Olsen
Start of mission
Launch date April 15, 2005, 00:46:25 (2005-04-15UTC00:46:25Z) UTC
Rocket "Soyuz-FG
Launch site "Baikonur "1/5
End of mission
Landing date October 11, 2005, 01:09:00 (2005-10-11UTC01:10Z) UTC
Orbital parameters
Reference system "Geocentric
Regime "Low Earth
"Perigee 349 kilometres (217 mi)
"Apogee 360 kilometres (220 mi)
"Inclination 51.64 degrees
"Period 92.6 minutes
Docking with "ISS

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""Soyuz TMA-6 Crew.jpg
(l to r) Vittori, Krikalev, Phillips
"Soyuz programme
(Manned missions)

Soyuz TMA-6 was a "manned spaceflight to the "International Space Station (ISS). It carried three crew members of "Expedition 11 to the International Space Station. It was the 26th Manned flight to the ISS. It was launched by a "Soyuz FG and returned to earth after performing operations at the ISS.

Soyuz TMA-6 launch



"Position Launching crew Landing crew
Commander "Russia "Sergei Krikalev, "RKA[1]
"Expedition 11
Sixth and last spaceflight
Flight Engineer "United States "John Phillips, "NASA[1]
"Expedition 11
Second spaceflight
Flight Engineer/Spaceflight Participant "Italy "Roberto Vittori, "ESA[1]
Second spaceflight
"United States "Gregory Olsen, "SA
Only spaceflight
"Third Tourist

Docking with ISS[edit]

The Soyuz TMA-6 approaching the International Space Station (ISS).

Mission highlights[edit]

Soyuz TMA-6 is a "Soyuz TMA spacecraft which was launched on April 15, 2005 by a "Soyuz-FG rocket from "Baikonur Cosmodrome. During the return flight from the ISS, instruments in the descent module of the Soyuz spacecraft indicated a cabin-pressure-leak that is still under investigation. [1] The Expedition 11 crew, Sergei Krikalev-Cdr Russia, John Phillips-U.S.A. replaced the Expedition 10 crew, Leroy Chiao-Cdr U.S.A. and Salizhan Sharipov-Russia.


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