List of Progress flights

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For more than three decades, over 130 Progress robot spacecraft have provided logistical support to the Soviet/Russian space program in low Earth orbit.

This is a list of flights conducted by the Progress robot spacecraft. Progress is an unmanned Russian (previously Soviet) cargo spacecraft which has been used since 1978 to deliver cargo to the Salyut 6, Salyut 7, Mir and International Space stations. All launches have occurred from the Baikonur Cosmodrome.

Four variants of the Progress spacecraft have been flown so far: Progress 7K-TG, Progress-M 11F615A55, Progress-М 11F615A60 and Progress-M1.

More than 135 flights have been launched, all except Progress M-12M have reached their destinations, with no injuries or loss of life after launch. The Progress M-24 spacecraft collided with Mir during a failed docking attempt in 1994, and Progress M-34 caused serious damage to the Spektr module when it drifted off course during a docking test in 1997.

The spaceship uses the automatic Kurs docking system for rendezvous with its destination space station, where crew are used in supervisory roles, only intervening using the manual TORU system when problems occur.

Flights[edit]

Flights to Salyut 6[edit]

All Progress spacecraft traveling to Salyut 6 were launched by the Soyuz-U, and dockings were to the rear port of the station.[1] Progress 7 deployed the KRT-10 astronomy satellite.

Flights to Salyut 7[edit]

Kosmos-1669 is the only Progress spacecraft to have received a Kosmos designation, which are usually reserved for military, experimental and failed spacecraft.

Veteran enthusiast Robert Christy[2] suggests this may have been an error due to confusion with a TKS spacecraft which later became Kosmos 1686.[3] Astronautix.com suggests that the spacecraft may have gone out of control shortly after launch, but then been recovered after the Kosmos designation had been applied.[4][5] Alternatively, it could have been given the designation as it was used to test modifications that would be used on future Progress missions.[6] Some news agencies reported that it was a free-flying Progress-derived spacecraft,[6] or that it was a new type of spacecraft derived from the Progress.[7]

Flights to Mir[edit]

The small capsule called Raduga was used for recovery of materials from the Mir station.[8]

Flights to ISS[edit]

Currently, Resupply missions typically use the Russian Progress spacecraft. As of 2013, Progress spacecraft have flown most of the unmanned missions to the ISS.

Missions[edit]

This is a list of Current and completed spaceflights to the International Space Station.

Spacecraft S/N Launch (UTC) Carrier
Rocket
Launch
Pad
Docking Deorbit Remarks
Station/
Port
Docking Undocking
Progress 1[9] 102[10] 20 January 1978
08:25
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 6
Rear
22 January
10:12:14
6 February
05:54:00
8 February
02:00:00
Maiden flight of the Progress spacecraft. First Progress flight to Salyut 6. First flight of the Progress 7K-TG version.
Progress 2[9] 101[10] 7 July 1978
11:26
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 6
Rear
9 July
12:58:59
2 August
04:57:44
4 August
01:31:07
Progress 3[9] 103[10] 8 August 1978
22:31
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 6
Rear
9 August
23:59:30
21 August
15:42:50
23 August
16:45:00
Progress 4[9] 105[10] 4 October 1978
23:09
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 6
Rear
6 October
01:00:15
24 October
13:01:52
26 October
16:28:13
Progress 5[9] 104[10] 12 March 1979
05:47
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 6
Rear
14 March
07:19:21
3 April
16:10:00
5 April
00:10:22
Progress 6[9] 106[10] 13 May 1979
04:17
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 6
Rear
15 May
06:19:22
8 June
07:59:41
9 June
18:52:46
Progress 7[9] 107[10] 28 June 1979
09:25
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 6
Rear
30 June
11:18:22
18 July
03:49:55
20 July
01:57:30
Transported the KRT-10 radio telescope to Salyut 6.
Progress 8[9] 108[10] 27 March 1980
18:53
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 6
Rear
29 March
20:01:00
25 April
08:04:00
26 April
06:54:00
Docked with an uncrewed Salyut 6.
Progress 9[9] 109[10] 27 April 1980
06:24
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 6
Rear
29 April
08:09:19
20 May
18:51:00
22 May
00:44:00
Progress 10[9] 110[10] 29 June 1980
04:41
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 6
Rear
1 July
05:53:00
17 July
22:21:00
19 July
01:47:00
Progress 11[9] 111[10] 28 September 1980
15:10
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 6
Rear
30 September
17:03:00
9 December
10:23:00
11 December
14:00:00
Progress 12[9] 113[10] 24 January 1981
14:18
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 6
Rear
26 January
15:56:00
19 March
18:14:00
20 March
16:59:00
Docked with an uncrewed Salyut 6. Last Progress flight to Salyut 6.
Progress 13[9] 114[10] 23 May 1982
05:57
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 7 25 May
07:56:36
4 June
06:31:00
6 June
00:05:00
First Progress flight to Salyut 7.
Progress 14[9] 117[10] 10 July 1982
19:58
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 7 12 July
11:41:00
10 August
22:11:00
13 August
01:29:00
Progress 15[9] 112[10] 18 September 1982
04:59
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 7 20 September
06:12:00
14 October
13:46:00
16 October
17:08:00
Progress 16[9] 115[10] 31 October 1982
11:20
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 7 2 November
13:22:00
13 December
15:32:00
14 December
17:17:00
Progress 17[9] 119[10] 17 August 1983
12:08
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 7 19 August
13:47:00
17 September
11:44:00
17 September
23:43:00
Progress 18[9] 118[10] 20 October 1983
09:59
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 7 22 October
11:34:00
13 November
03:08:00
16 November
04:18:00
Progress 19[9] 120[10] 21 February 1984
06:46:05
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 7 23 February
08:21:00
31 March
09:40:00
1 April
18:18:00
Progress 20[9] 116[10] 15 April 1984
08:12:53
Soyuz-U2 Site 31/6 Salyut 7 17 April
09:22:00
6 May
17:46:00
7 May
00:32:51
Progress 21[9] 121[10] 7 May 1984
22:47:15
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 7 10 May
00:10:00
26 May
09:41:00
26 May
15:00:30
Progress 22[9] 124[10] 28 May 1984
14:12:52
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 Salyut 7 30 May
15:47:00
15 July
13:36:00
15 July
18:52:00
Progress 23[9] 123[10] 14 August 1984
06:28:15
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 7 16 August
08:11:00
26 August
16:13:00
28 August
01:28:00
Progress 24[9] 125[10] 21 Jun[10] e 1985
00:39:41
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 7 23 June
02:54:00
15 July
12:28:00
15 July
22:33:31
Kosmos 1669[9] 126[10] 19 July 1985
13:05:08
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Salyut 7 21 July
15:05:00
28 August
21:50:00
30 August
01:20:00
Only Progress flight to have been given a Kosmos designation. Last Progress flight to Salyut 7.
Progress 25[9] 127[10] 19 March 1986
10:08:25
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 21 March
11:16:02
20 April
19:24:08
21 April
00:48:30
First Progress flight to Mir.
Progress 26[9] 128[10] 23 April 1986
19:40:05
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 26 April
21:26:06
22 June
18:25:00
23 June
15:41:01
Progress 27[9] 134[10] 16 January 1987
06:06:23
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 18 January
07:26:50
23 February
11:29:01
25 February
16:05:00
Docked with an uncrewed Mir.
Progress 28[9] 135[10] 3 March 1987
11:14:05
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir
Core Aft
5 March
12:42:36
26 March
05:06:48
28 March
03:49:00
Progress 29[9] 136[10] 21 April 1987
15:14:17
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
23 April
17:04:51
11 May
03:10:01
11 May
08:28:00
Progress 30[9] 137[10] 19 May 1987
04:02:10
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 21 May
05:50:38
19 July
00:19:51
19 July
05:42:00
Progress 31[9] 138[10] 3 August 1987
20:44:11
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 5 August
22:27:35
21 September
23:57:41
23 September
01:02:00
Progress 32[9] 139[10] 23 September 1987
23:43:54
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 26 September
01:08:15
10 November
04:09:10
19 November
00:58:00
Mir 10 November
05:47
17 November
19:25
Progress 33[9] 140[10] 20 November 1987
23:47:12
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 23 November
01:39:13
19 December
08:15:46
19 December
13:37:00
Progress 34[9] 142[10] 20 January 1988
22:51:54
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 23 January
00:09:09
4 March
03:40:09
4 March
07:29:30
Progress 35[9] 143[10] 23 March 1988
21:05:12
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 25 March
22:21:35
5 May
01:36:03
5 May
06:56:19
Progress 36[9] 144[10] 13 May 1988
00:30:25
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 15 May
02:13:26
5 June
11:11:55
5 June
21:18:40
Progress 37[9] 145[10] 18 July 1988
21:13:09
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 20 July
22:33:40
12 August
08:31:54
12 August
13:45:40
Progress 38[9] 146[10] 9 September 1988
23:33:40
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 12 September
01:22:28
23 November
12:12:46
23 November
19:06:58
Progress 39[9] 147[10] 25 December 1988
04:11:37
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 27 December
05:35:10
7 February 1989
06:45:34
7 February
13:49:00
Progress 40[9] 148[10] 10 February 1989
08:53:52
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 12 February
10:29:38
3 March
01:45:52
5 March
01:59:00
Progress 41[9] 149[10] 16 March 1989
18:54:15
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 18 March
20:50:46
21 April
01:46:15
25 April
12:12:00
Progress M-1[11] 201[10] 23 August 1989
03:09:32
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 25 August
05:19:02
1 December
09:02:23
1 December
11:21:00
Docked with an uncrewed Mir.
Progress M-2[11] 202[10] 20 December 1989
03:30:50
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 22 December
05:41:21
9 February 1990
02:33:07
9 February
07:56:00
Progress M-3[11] 203[10] 28 February 1990
23:10:57
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 3 March
01:04:32
27 April
20:24:43
28 April
00:52:00
Progress 42[9] 150[10] 5 May 1990
20:44:01
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 7 May
22:45:03
27 May
07:08:58
27 May
12:27:30
Progress M-4[11] 204[10] 15 August 1990
04:00:41
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 17 August
05:26:13
17 September
12:42:43
20 September
11:42:49
Progress M-5[11] 206[10] 27 September 1990
10:37:42
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 29 September
12:26:50
28 November
06:15:46
28 November
11:04:05
Progress M-6[11] 205[10] 14 January 1991
14:50:27
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 16 January
16:35:25
15 March
12:46:41
15 March
18:07:26
Progress M-7[11] 208[10] 19 March 1991
13:05:15
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 28 March
12:02:28
6 May
22:59:36
7 May
17:20:05
Two docking attempts aborted on 21 and 23 March
Progress M-8[11] 207[10] 30 May 1991
08:04:03
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 1 June
09:44:37
15 August
22:16:59
16 August
06:56:32
Progress M-9[11] 210[10] 20 August 1991
22:54:10
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 23 August
00:54:17
30 September
01:53:00
30 September
Progress M-10[11] 211[10] 17 October 1991
00:05:25
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 21 October
03:40:50
20 January 1992
07:13:44
20 January
12:03:30
Docking attempt on 19 October aborted
Progress M-11[11] 212[10] 25 January 1992
07:50:17
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 27 January
09:30:43
13 March
08:43:40
13 March
15:47:00
Progress M-12[11] 213[10] 19 April 1992
21:29:25
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 21 April
23:21:59
27 June
21:34:44
28 June
00:02:51
Progress M-13[11] 214[10] 30 June 1992
16:43:13
Soyuz-U2 Site 31/6 Mir 4 July
16:55:13
24 July
04:14:00
24 July
08:03:35
Docking attempt on 2 July failed
Progress M-14[11] 209[10] 15 August 1992
22:18:32
Soyuz-U2 Site 31/6 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
18 August
00:20:48
21 October
16:46:01
21 October
23:12:00
Delivered the VDU propulsion unit to Mir
Progress M-15[11] 215[10] 27 October 1992
17:19:41
Soyuz-U2 Site 31/6 Mir 29 October
19:05:51
4 February 1993
00:44:53
7 February
06:43:20
Progress M-16[11] 216[10] 21 February 1993
18:32:33
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir 23 February
20:17:57
26 March
06:50:00
27 March
10:25:00
Mir 26 March
07:06:03
27 March
04:21:00
Progress M-17[11] 217[10] 31 March 1993
03:34:13
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
1 April
05:16:18
11 August
15:36:42
3 March 1994
03:28:00
Conducted docked and undocked spacecraft longevity tests
Progress M-18[11] 218[10] 22 May 1993
06:41:47
Soyuz-U2 Site 1/5 Mir
Core Forward
24 May
08:24:44
3 July
15:58:16
4 July
17:13:00
Progress M-19[11] 219[10] 10 August 1993
22:23:45
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
13 August
00:00:06
13 October
17:59:06
19 October
00:22:14
Progress M-20[11] 220[10] 11 October 1993
21:33:19
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
13 October
23:24:46
21 November
02:38:43
21 November
Progress M-21[11] 221[10] 28 January 1994
02:12:10
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
30 January
03:56:13
23 March
01:20:29
23 March
05:13:00
Progress M-22[11] 222[10] 22 March 1994
04:54:12
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
24 March
06:39:37
23 May
00:58:38
23 May
04:40:00
Progress M-23[11] 223[10] 22 May 1994
04:30:04
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
24 May
06:18:35
2 July
08:46:39
2 July
14:57
Progress M-24[11] 224[10] 25 August 1994
14:25:12
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Core Forward
2 September
13:30:28
4 October
18:55:52
4 October
22:43:00
Failed to dock on 27 and 30 August, second attempt resulted in collision with station
Progress M-25[11] 225[10] 11 November 1994
07:21:58
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
13 November
09:04:29
16 February 1995
13:03:00
16 February
16:45:00
Progress M-26[11] 226[10] 15 February 1995
16:42:28
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
17 February
18:21:34
15 March
02:26:38
15 March
06:15:00
Progress M-27[11] 227[10] 9 April 1995
19:34:12
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Core Forward
11 April
21:00:44
22 May
23:42:37
23 May
03:27:52
Progress M-28[11] 228[10] 20 July 1995
03:04:41
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Core Forward
22 July
04:39:37
4 September
05:09:53
4 September
08:58:55
Progress M-29[11] 229[10] 8 October 1995
18:50:40
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
10 October
20:32:40
19 December
09:15:05
19 December
16:15:00
Progress M-30[11] 230[10] 18 December 1995
14:31:35
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir 20 December
16:10:15
22 February 1996
07:30:02
22 February
11:02:36
Progress M-31[11] 231[10] 5 May 1996
07:04:18
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Core Forward
7 May
08:54:19
1 August
16:44:54
1 August
20:33:03
Progress M-32[11] 232[10] 31 July 1996
20:00:06
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Core Forward
2 August
22:03:40
18 August
09:33:45
20 November
22:42:25
Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
3 September
09:35:00
20 November
19:51:20
Progress M-33[11] 233[10] 19 November 1996
23:20:38
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
22 November
01:01:30
6 February 1997
12:13:53
12 March
03:23:37
Failed to re-dock on 4 March 1997
Progress M-34[11] 234 6 April 1997
16:04:05
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
8 April
17:30:03
24 June
10:22:50
2 July
06:31:50
Collided with the station during a re-docking attempt on 25 June Spektr permanently depressurised
Progress M-35[11] 235 5 July 1997
04:11:54
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir 7 July
05:59:24
6 August
11:46:45
7 October
17:23:00
Mir 18 August
12:52:48
7 October
12:03:49
Progress M-36[11] 236 5 October 1997
15:08:57
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
8 October
17:07:09
17 December
06:01:53
19 December
13:20:01
Progress M-37[11] 237 20 December 1997
08:45:02
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
22 December
10:22:20
30 January 1998
12:00:00
15 March
23:04:00
Mir 23 February
09:42:28
15 March
19:16:01
Progress M-38[11] 238 14 March 1998
22:45:55
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
16 March
22:45
15 May
18:44
15 May Carried the VDU 2 propulsion unit to Mir
Progress M-39[11] 239 14 May 1998
22:12:59
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
16 May
23:51
12 August
09:28
29 October
04:14:52
Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
1 September 25 October
23:03:24
Progress M-40[11] 240 25 October 1998
04:14:57
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
27 October 4 February 1999
09:59
5 February
11:10
Carried the Znamya-2.5 experiment
Progress M-41[11] 241 2 April 1999
11:28:43
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Core Forward
4 April
12:46:49
17 July
11:20
17 July
19:51
Progress M-42[11] 242 16 July 1999
16:37:33
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
18 July
17:53
2 February 2000
03:11:52
2 February
06:10:40
Progress M1-1[12] 250 1 February 2000
06:47:23
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
3 February
08:02:20
26 April
16:33
26 April
19:27
Progress M1-2[12] 252 25 April 2000
20:08:02
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
27 April
21:28
15 October 15 October
Progress M1-3[12] 251 6 August 2000
18:26:42
Soyuz-U Site 1/5[13] ISS
Zvezda Aft
8 August
20:13
1 November
04:05
1 November
07:05
ISS-1P

Docked with an uncrewed ISS.

Progress M-43[11] 243 16 October 2000
21:27:06
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
18 October 25 January 2001
05:19
29 January Docked with an uncrewed Mir.
Progress M1-4[12] 253 16 November 2000 01:32:36 Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zarya nadir
18 November
03:48
1 December
16:23
8 February
13:50
ISS-2P. The automatic Kurs docking system failed, and the manual backup, TORU, was used for the docking. Following undocking,

Progress M1-4 spent 25 days in free flight, prior to redocking with the same port.[14]

ISS
Zarya nadir
26 December
10:54
8 February 2001
11:26
Progress M1-5[12] 254 24 January 2001
04:28:42
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 Mir
Kvant-1 Aft
27 January
05:33
N/A 23 March
05:08
Docked with an uncrewed Mir. Was used to deorbit Mir.
Progress M-44[11] 244 26 February 2001
08:09:35
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
28 February
09:47
16 April
08:48
16 April
13:23
ISS-3P
Progress M1-6[12] 255 20 May 2001
22:32:40
Soyuz-FG Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
23 May
00:24
22 August
06:01
22 August
09:00
ISS-4P
Progress M-45[11] 245 21 August 2001
09:23:54
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
23 August
09:51
22 November 22 November ISS-5P
Progress M-SO1[15] 301 14 September 2001
23:34:55
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda nadir
(Pirs)
17 September
01:05
26 September
15:36
26 September
22:30
Delivered Pirs module
ISS-4R
Progress M1-7[12] 256 26 November 2001
18:24:12
Soyuz-FG Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
28 November
19:43
19 March 2002
17:43
20 March
01:27
ISS-6P. Hard docking did not occur until 3 December due to debris on the docking port left by the Kolibri-2000 satellite which Progress M-45 deployed on 19

March at 22:28

Progress M1-8 257 21 March 2002
20:13:39
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
24 March
20:57
25 June
08:26
25 June
12:26
ISS-7P
Progress M-46 246 26 June 2002
05:36:30
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
29 June
06:23
24 September
13:59
14 October
10:22
ISS-8P
Progress M1-9 258 25 September 2002
16:58:24
Soyuz-FG Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
29 September
17:00
1 February 2003
16:00
1 February
20:00
ISS-9P
Progress M-47 247 2 February 2003
12:59:40
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
4 February
14:49
27 August
22:48
28 August
02:37
ISS-10P, 100th Progress flight
Progress M1-10 259 8 June 2003
10:34:19
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
11 June
11:15
4 September
19:41
3 October
12:38
ISS-11P
Progress M-48 248 29 August 2003
01:47:59
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
31 August
03:40
28 January 2004
08:35
28 January
13:57
ISS-12P
Progress M1-11 260 29 January 2004
11:58:08
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
31 January
13:13
24 May
09:19
3 June
10:36
ISS-13P
Progress M-49 249 25 May 2004
12:34:23
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
27 May
13:54
30 July
06:04
30 July
11:23
ISS-14P
Progress M-50 350 11 August 2004
05:03:07
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
14 August
05:01
22 December
19:37
22 December
23:23
ISS-15P
Progress M-51 351 23 December 2004
22:19:34
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
25 December
23:57
27 February 2005
16:06
9 March
17:03
ISS-16P
Progress M-52 352 28 February 2005
19:09:18
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
2 March
20:10
15 June
20:16
16 June
00:02
ISS-17P
Progress M-53 353 16 June 2005
23:09:34
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
19 June
00:41
7 September
10:25
7 September
14:12
ISS-18P, TORU docking
Progress M-54 354 8 September 2005
13:07:54
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
10 September
14:42
3 March 2006
10:06
3 March
13:52
ISS-19P
Progress M-55 355 21 December 2005
18:38:20
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
23 December
19:46
19 June 2006
14:06
19 June 2006
17:53
ISS-20P
Progress M-56 356 24 April 2006
16:03:25
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
26 April
17:41
19 September
00:28
19 September
04:14
ISS-21P
Progress M-57 357 24 June 2006
15:08:18
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
26 June
16:25
16 January 2007
23:23
17 January
03:15
ISS-22P
Progress M-58 358 23 October 2006
13:40:36
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
26 October
14:28
27 March 2007
18:11
27 March
23:30
ISS-23P
Progress M-59 359 18 January 2007
02:12:13
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
20 January
01:59
1 August
14:07
1 August
19:26
ISS-24P
Progress M-60 360 12 May 2007
03:25:36
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
15 May
05:10
19 September
00:36
25 September
19:47
ISS-25P
Progress M-61 361 2 August 2007
17:33:47
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
5 August
18:40
22 December
03:59
22 January 2008
19:51
ISS-26P
Progress M-62 362 23 December 2007
07:12:41
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
26 December
08:14
4 February 2008
10:32
15 February
13:29
ISS-27P
Progress M-63 363 5 February 2008
13:02:57
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
7 February
14:38
7 April
08:49
7 April
12:36
ISS-28P
Progress M-64 364 14 May 2008
20:22:56
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zarya Nadir
16 May 2008
21:39
1 September 2008
19:46
8 September 2008
21:33
ISS-29P
Progress M-65 365 10 September 2008
19:50:02
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
17 September 2008
18:43
15 November 2008
16:19
8 December 2008
08:49
ISS-30P
Progress M-01M 401 26 November 2008
12:38:38
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
30 November 2008
12:28
6 February 2009
04:10
8 February 2009
08:20
ISS-31P
Progress M-66 366 10 February 2009
05:49:46
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 ISS
Pirs Nadir
13 February 2009
07:18
6 May 2009
15:18
18 May 2009
15:14
ISS-32P
Progress M-02M 402 7 May 2009
18:37:09
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
12 May 2009
19:24
30 June 2009
18:29
13 July 2009
16:28
ISS-33P
Progress M-67 367 24 July 2009
10:56:56
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
29 July 2009
11:12
21 September 2009
07:25
27 September 2009
10:19
ISS-34P
Progress M-03M 403 15 October 2009
01:14:37
Soyuz-U[16] Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
18 October 2009
01:40
22 April 2010
18:32
27 April 2010
18:07
ISS-35P
Progress M-MIM2 302 10 November 2009
14:22:04
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Zenith
(Poisk)
12 November 2009
15:41
8 December 2009
00:16
8 December 2009
05:27
ISS-5R
Progress M-04M 404 3 February 2010
03:45:29
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
5 February 2010
04:26
10 May 2010
11:16
1 July 2010
13:54
ISS-36P
Progress M-05M 405 28 April 2010
17:15:09
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
1 May 2010
18:30
25 October 2010
14:22
15 November 2010
08:50
ISS-37P
Progress M-06M 406 30 June 2010
15:35:14
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
4 July 2010
16:17
31 August 2010
11:22
6 September 2010
13:13
ISS-38P. First docking attempt on 2 July 2010 failed. Second attempt on 4 July 2010 was successful.[17]
Progress M-07M 407 10 September 2010
10:22:57
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 ISS
Zvezda Aft
12 September 2010
11:57
20 February 2011 20 February 2011 ISS-39P
Progress M-08M 408 27 October 2010
15:11:50
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
30 October 2010
16:36
24 January 2011
00:42
24 January 2011
06:07
ISS-40P
Progress M-09M 409 28 January 2011
01:31:39
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
30 January 2011
02:39
22 April 2011 26 April 2011 ISS-41P
Progress M-10M 410 27 April 2011
13:05:21
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
29 April 2011
14:29
29 October 2011 9:04 29 October 2011 12:54 ISS-42P
Progress M-11M 411 21 June 2011
14:38:15
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
23 June 2011
16:37
23 August 2011,
09:34
1 September 2011 ISS-43P
Progress M-12M 412 24 August 2011
13:00:08
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
N/A 24 August 2011
13:25[18]
ISS-44P. Failed to orbit; premature third stage cutoff,[19] impacted in the Choisk Region of Russia's Altai Republic.[18]
Progress M-13M 413 30 October 2011
10:11:12
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
2 November 2011
11:41
23 January 2012
22:10
25 January 2012 ISS-45P
Progress M-14M 414 25 January 2012
23:06:40
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
28 January 2012 19 April 2012
11:04
28 April 2012 ISS-46P
Progress M-15M 415 20 April 2012
12:50:24
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 ISS
Pirs Nadir
22 April 2012
14:39
22 July 2012
20:27
20 August 2012 ISS-47P
ISS
Pirs Nadir
29 July 2012
01:00
30 July 2012
21:16
Progress M-16M 416 1 August 2012
19:35:13
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
2 August 2012
01:18
9 February 2013
13:12
9 February 2013
16:19
ISS-48P
Progress M-17M 417 31 October 2012
07:41:18
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
31 October 2012
13:33
15 April 2013
12:02
21 April 2013
14:59
ISS-49P
Progress M-18M 418 11 February 2013
14:41:47
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
12 February 2013
20:35
25 July 2013
20:43
26 July 2013
00:42
ISS-50P
Progress M-19M 419 24 April 2013
10:12:16
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Zvezda Aft
26 April 2013
12:25
11 June 2013
13:58
19 June 2013
13:39
ISS-51P
Progress M-20M 420 27 July 2013
20:45:08
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 ISS
Pirs Nadir
28 July 2013
02:26
3 February 2014
16:21
11 February 2014 ISS-52P
Progress M-21M 421 25 November 2013
20:53:00
Soyuz-U Site 31/6 ISS
Zvezda Aft
29 November 2013
22:30:20
9 June 2014
12:29
9 June 2014 ISS-53P
Progress M-22M 422 5 February 2014
16:23:32
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
5 February 2014
22:22:00
7 April 2014
13:58
18 April 2014 ISS-54P
Progress M-23M 427 9 April 2014
15:26:27
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
9 April 2014
21:14
21 July 2014
21:44
1 August 2014 ISS-55P

Current spaceflights[edit]

This is a list of Current spaceflights to the International Space Station.

Spacecraft S/N Launch (UTC) Carrier
Rocket
Launch
Pad
Docking Deorbit Remarks
Station/
Port
Docking Undocking
Progress M-24M 423 23 July 2014
21:44:44
Soyuz-U Site 1/5 ISS
Pirs Nadir
24 July 2014
03:31
N/A Planned:
27 October 2014
ISS-56P

Future spaceflights[edit]

Scheduled future flights.

Italics number entries are from secondary sources (Progress M schedule), not on main launch manifests.

Spacecraft
-ISS flight number
S/N Mission Scheduled Launch
(UTC)
Carrier Rocket Docked
(UTC)
Undocked
(UTC)
Duration (Docked) Deorbit
Progress M-25M
- ISS-57P
424 Logistics October 29, 2014 Soyuz-U
Progress M-26M
- ISS-58P
425 Logistics February 3, 2015 Soyuz-U
Progress M-27M
- ISS-59P
426 Logistics April 30, 2015 Soyuz-U
Progress MS-01
- ISS-60P
431 Logistics July 30, 2015 Soyuz-U
Progress MS-02
- ISS-61P
432 Logistics October 22, 2015 Soyuz-U
Progress MS-03
- ISS-62P
433 Logistics February 2, 2016 Soyuz-U
Progress MS-04
- ISS-63P
434 Logistics April 4, 2016 Soyuz-U
Progress MS-05
- ISS-64P
435 Logistics July 1, 2016 Soyuz-U
Progress MS-06
- ISS-65P
436 Logistics October 16, 2016 Soyuz-U

See also[edit]

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