[1988-11-26] Sojuz-U2 | Sojuz TM-7

Date di riferimento

Data di lancio NET 1988-11-26 16:49:34 CET
(1988-11-26 15:49:34 UTC)
Finestra di lancio ISTANTANEA
16:49:34 CET → 16:49:34 CET
( 15:49:34 UTC → 15:49:34 UTC)

Status attuale

Stato attuale SUCCESSO
Data e ora CONFERMATE
Probabilità n.d.

Missioni

Missione Tipo Orbita
Soyuz TM-7 Esplorazione Umana Low Earth Orbit

Lanciatore

Vettore Sojuz-U2 1
Fabbricante Soviet Space Program
Fornitore servizi di lancio Soviet Space Program (RUS) 1 2
Esordio 1982-12-23
Numero stadi 2
Dimensioni altezza: 34,54 m, diametro: 2,95 m
Peso al lancio 298 t
Spinta al decollo - kN
Capacità di carico LEO: 7.050 kg, GTO: - kg

Stadi e booster

Dati non disponibili.

Veicolo spaziale

Destinazione Mir
Veicolo Soyuz TM-7 12
Modello Soyuz
Volo di esordio 1966-11-28
Seriale Soyuz TM 11F732A51 #57
Dimensioni altezza - m, diametro - m
Equipaggio Fino a 3 persone
Capacità di carico - kg

Rampa di lancio

Nome 1/5 1
Località Baikonur Cosmodrome, Republic of Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Lanci totali 290

Equipaggio

Nome Affiliazione Ruolo ↑/↓
Sergey Volkov Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS) Commander
Sergej Konstantinovič Krikalëv Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS) Flight Engineer
Jean-Loup Chrétien National Center of Space Research Research Cosmonaut
Sergey Volkov Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS) Commander
Sergej Konstantinovič Krikalëv Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS) Flight Engineer
Jean-Loup Chrétien National Center of Space Research Research Cosmonaut

Ultimo aggiornamento: 2020-05-26T04:05 CEST via AstronautiBOT 4.2 beta
Fonte: SpaceLaunchNow API

Soyuz TM-7 was the seventh mission to Mir space station. The mission began on November 26, 1988, 15:49:34 UTC, launching Commander Alexander Volkov, Flight Engineer Sergei Krikalyov and Research Cosmonaut Jean-Loup Chrétien. They docked with Mir two days later, meeting with the resident crew. While Jean-Loup Chrétien returned 3 weeks later, two other cosmonauts were a part of the fourth long-duration expedition on Mir. During their stay there, cosmonauts performed an EVA and various experiments in biology, medicine, X-ray astronomy, technology etc. They also carried out sky surveys, spectrographic and topographic Earth observation experiments. Crew were visited by three Progress resupply spacecrafts.
Jean-Loup Chrétien returned to Earth on December 21, 1988 in a Soyuz TM-6 spacecraft. The long-duration expedition crew returned on a Soyuz TM-7 spacecraft, landing safely back on Earth on April 27, 1989, 02:57:58 UTC.