[ISS, STS-88] [ISS, STS-132] [ISS, STS-133]

International Space Station Flight Schedule

as of October 29, 2021

Note: All scheduled dates are subject to frequent changes.

On Orbit: Expedition 65 Crew: Mark Vande Hei, Pyotr Dubrov, Anton Shkaplerov, Shane Kimbrough, K. Megan McArthur, Akihiko Hoshide (JAXA), Thomas Pesquet (ESA)
Visiting Craft: SpaceX Crew2 Dragon, Progress MS-17 (P78), Cygnus CRS-16 (NG 16), Soyuz MS-19, Progress MS-18 (P79)

Established Six Person Crew Capability in March/May 2009 by STS-119 (15A) and Soyuz TMA-15 (19S).

Date          Flight  Launch                     Cargo/Element(s)

Oct 31, 2021 SpXC-3 Dragon 2 USCV 3/Falcon 9 SpaceX Crew 3 Expedition 66/67 Crew part (4): Raja Chari, Thomas Marshburn, Kayla Barron, Matthias Maurer (ESA) Nov 24, 2021 6R Progress M-UM/Soyuz 2.1a ISS Assembly Supply (P303), Uzlovoy Universal Docking Module (UDM) Dec 8, 2021 66S Soyuz MS-20/Soyuz-2.1a Crew Transport Expedition 66 Crew part (1): Alexander Misurkin Visiting (2): Yusaku Maezawa (Jaxa), Yozo Hirano Dec 21, 2021 SpX-24 Dragon 2 CRS2-4/Falcon 9 ISS, ELaNa 37 4qt, 2021 Genesis (Lunar lander) 4qt, 2021 Dragon 2/Falcon 9 Dragon 2 (Space Adventures) Feb 12, 2022 EM-1 Artemis I/SLS Block I F1 Orion 2 Lunar DRO Feb 15, 2022 80P Progress MS-19/Soyuz 2.1a ISS Logistics Supply Feb 19, 2022 NG-17 Cygnus CRS2-6/Antares 230+ ISS CRS Flight Feb 21, 2022 AX-1 Dragon 2/Falcon 9 Axiom-1 commercial Crew (4): Michael Lopez-Alegría, Larry Connor, Mark Pathy (Canada), Eytan Stibbe (Israel) Mar 18, 2022 67S Soyuz MS-21/Soyuz-2.1a Crew Transport Expedition 67 Crew part (3): Oleg Artemyev, Denis Matveev, Sergey Korsakov Apr 15, 2022 SpXC-4 Dragon 2/Falcon 9 SpaceX Crew 4 Expedition 67/68 Crew part (4): Kjell Lindgren, Robert Hines, Samantha, Christoferetti (ESA), TBA May , 2022 SpX-25 Dragon 2 CRS2-5/Falcon 9 ISS Logistics Supply Jun 3, 2022 81P Progress MS-20/Soyuz 2.1a ISS Logistics Supply 1hf, 2022 B-OFT2 Starliner OFT-2/Atlas VN 22 uncrewed test (SC 2) Aug , 2022 NG-18 Cygnus CRS2-7/Antares 230+ ISS CRS Flight Sep 21, 2022 68S Soyuz MS-22/Soyuz-2.1a Crew Transport Expedition 68 Crew part (3): Sergey Prokopyev, Anna Kikina, Dmitriy Petelin Sep , 2022 SpX-26 Dragon 2 CRS2-6/Falcon 9 ISS Logistics Supply Sep , 2022 SpXC-5 Dragon 2/Falcon 9 SpaceX Crew 5 Expedition 68/69 Crew part (4): Nicole Aunapu Mann, Josh A. Cassada, Koichi Wakata, TBA Oct 26, 2022 82P Progress MS-21/Soyuz 2.1a ISS Logistics Supply Oct , 2022 HTV-X1 HTV/H-III JAXA ISS HTV-10 (HTV X1, Kounotori 10) , 2022 B-CFT1 Starliner 2/Atlas VN22 AV-082 CFT-1, Boeing CFT crewed Test Crew: Barry Wilmore, Edward Fincke, TBA , 2022 AX-2 Dragon 2/Falcon 9 Axiom-2 commercial Crew (4): Peggy Whitson, John Shoffner, 2 TBA , 2022 AX-3 Dragon 2/Falcon 9 Axiom-3 commercial Jan 10, 2023 SpX-27 Dragon 2 CRS2-7/Falcon 9 ISS Logistics Supply Mar , 2023 B-CTS1 Starliner 1/Atlas VN22 CTS 1, USCV 6; 1st operational Starliner Flight Crew (4): Sunita Williams, Jeanette Epps, 2 TBA 1qt, 2023 AX-4 Dragon 2/Falcon 9 Axiom-4 commercial Jun 5, 2023 SpX-28 Dragon 2 CRS2-8/Falcon 9 ISS Logistics Supply , 2023 B-CTS2 Starliner 2/Atlas VN22 CTS 2 Sep , 2023 EM-2 Artemis II/SLS Block I F2 Orion 3 Lunar Flyby Sep , 2023 69S Soyuz MS-23/Soyuz-2.1a Crew Transport Oct 20, 2023 SpX-29 Dragon 2 CRS2-9/Falcon 9 ISS Logistics Supply , 2023? HTV-X2 HTV/H-III JAXA ISS HTV X2 , 2023 Soyuz MS/Soyuz-2.1a Soyuz (Commercial Mission 2) , 2024 SpXC-6 Dragon 2/Falcon 9 SpaceX Crew 6 , 2024 B-CTS3 Starliner 3/Atlas VN22 CTS 3 , 2024 B-CTS4 Starliner 3/Atlas VN22 CTS 4 Mar , 2024 70S Soyuz MS-24/Soyuz-2.1a Crew Transport Sep , 2024 71S Soyuz MS-25/Soyuz-2.1a Crew Transport Oct , 2024 EM-3 Artemis III/SLS Block I F3 Orion 4 Mar , 2025 72S Soyuz MS-26/Soyuz-2.1a Crew Transport , 2025 B-CTS5 Starliner 3/Atlas VN22 CTS 5 mid, 2026 EM-4 Artemis IV/SLS Block Ib F1 Orion 5 (IHAB) , 2026 B-CTS6 Starliner 3/Atlas VN22 CTS 6
International Space Station (ISS) flies in an orbit inclined 51.60 degrees to Earth's equator.

Dragon/Falcon (like formerly Shuttle) is launched from KSC/Florida, Cygnus/Antares (formerly Taurus) from Wallops Flight Facility/Virginia, Progress and Soyuz from Baikonur, ESA's ATV from Kourou, French Guiana.

Sources: Russian Space Web, Nasa JSC, and ESA.

Thanks to Bill Avery III for communicating many of these data! Thanks to J.R. Stockton for corrections and updates.


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