Resident Crews of the International Space Station (ISS)

ISS: Expedition 66

(possible crew, yet no confirmation)

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Crew, launch- and landing data

No. Nation Surname Given names Position Spacecraft
(launch)
Launch
date
Launch
time
Spacecraft
(landing)
Landing
date
Landing
time
Mission
duration
Orbits
1 France  Pesquet  Thomas Gautier  ISS-CDR  SpaceX Crew-2  23.04.2021  09:49:02.397 UTC  SpaceX Crew-2  (Mid 11.2021)  UTC

 
2  Kimbrough  Robert Shane  Flight Engineer  SpaceX Crew-2  23.04.2021  09:49:02.397 UTC  SpaceX Crew-2  (Mid 11.2021)  UTC

 
3  McArthur  Katherine Megan  Flight Engineer  SpaceX Crew-2  23.04.2021  09:49:02.397 UTC  SpaceX Crew-2  (Mid 11.2021)  UTC

 
4 Japan  Hoshide  Akihiko  Flight Engineer  SpaceX Crew-2  23.04.2021  09:49:02.397 UTC  SpaceX Crew-2  (Mid 11.2021)  UTC

 
5  Dubrov  Pyotr Valerievich  Flight Engineer  Soyuz MS-18  09.04.2021  07:42:40.496 UTC  (Soyuz MS-19)  (28.03.2022)  UTC

 
6  Vande Hei  Mark Thomas  Flight Engineer  Soyuz MS-18  09.04.2021  07:42:40.496 UTC  (Soyuz MS-19)  (28.03.2022)  UTC

 
7  Shkaplerov  Anton Nikolayevich  Flight Engineer  Soyuz MS-19  05.10.2021  08:55:02.442 UTC  (Soyuz MS-19)  (28.03.2022)  UTC

 
8  Chari  Raja Jon Vurputoor "Grinder"  Flight Engineer  (SpaceX Crew-3)  (30.10.2021)  UTC  (SpaceX Crew-3)    UTC    
9  Marshburn  Thomas Henry "Tom"  Flight Engineer  (SpaceX Crew-3)  (30.10.2021)  UTC  (SpaceX Crew-3)    UTC    
10 Germany  Maurer  Matthias Josef  Flight Engineer  (SpaceX Crew-3)  (30.10.2021)  UTC  (SpaceX Crew-3)    UTC    
11  Barron  Kayla Sax  Flight Engineer  (SpaceX Crew-3)  (30.10.2021)  UTC  (SpaceX Crew-3)    UTC    

Where is the ISS now?

Expedition Report

ISS Expedition 66 began with the undocking of Russian spacecraft Soyuz MS-18 on October 17, 2021 at 01:14 UTC.
The landing crew consisted of Oleg Novitsky, Klim Shipenko and Yulia Peresild. Three-and-a-half-hours later the crew landed safely in Kazakhstan. So, the new Expedition 66 consisted of ISS Commander Thomas Pesquet, Pyotr Dubrov, Mark Vande Hei, Anton Shkaplerov, Shane Kimbrough, Megan McArthur and Akihiko Hoshide.

   
 

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Last update on October 17, 2021.

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