Soyuz TMA-19

Soyuz TMA-19 was a crewed spaceflight to the International Space Station (ISS) and is part of the Soyuz programme. It was launched on 15 June 2010 carrying three members of the Expedition 24 crew to the International Space Station, who remained aboard the station for around six months. Soyuz TMA-19 was the 106th crewed flight of a Soyuz spacecraft, since the first mission which was launched in 1967. The spacecraft remained docked to the space station for the remainder of Expedition 24, and for Expedition 25, to serve as an emergency escape vehicle. It undocked from ISS and landed in Kazakhstan on 26 November 2010. It was the 100th mission to be conducted as part of the International Space Station programme since assembly began in 1998.[3]

Soyuz TMA-19
Mission typeCrewed mission to ISS
COSPAR ID2010-029A Edit this at Wikidata
SATCAT no.36603
Mission duration164 days
Spacecraft properties
Spacecraft typeSoyuz-TMA 11F732
ManufacturerRKK Energia
Crew size3
MembersFyodor Yurchikhin
Shannon Walker
Douglas H. Wheelock
Start of mission
Launch date15 June 2010, 21:35 UTC[2]
Launch siteBaikonur, Site 1/5
End of mission
Landing date26 November 2010, 04:46 UTC
Landing site84 km from the city of Arkalyk.
Orbital parameters
Reference systemGeocentric orbit
RegimeLow Earth orbit
Docking with ISS
Docking portZvezda aft
Docking date17 June 2010
22:25 UTC
Undocking date28 June 2010
19:13 UTC
Time docked10 days, 20 hours and 48 minutes
Docking with ISS
Docking portRassvet nadir
Docking date28 June 2010
19:38 UTC
Undocking date26 November 2010
01:19 UTC
Time docked150 days, 5 hours and 41 minutes

From left to right: Wheelock, Walker and Yurchikhin
Soyuz programme
(Crewed missions)

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