List of unmanned spaceflights to Salyut space stations

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This is a list of unmanned spaceflights to the Salyut space stations. The list includes Soyuz 34, which was launched unmanned but landed manned, however it does not include Soyuz 32, which was launched manned, but landed unmanned.

Prior to the launch of Salyut 6, the only unmanned spaceflights of the Salyut programme were the stations themselves, and the Soyuz 20 spacecraft, which docked with Salyut 4.

Salyut 4[edit]

Main article: Salyut 4
Spacecraft Mission Carrier rocket Launch
(UTC)
Port Docked
(UTC)
Undocked
(UTC)
Time
docked
Deorbit
(UTC)
Remarks
Soyuz 20[1] Test Soyuz-U[2] 17 November 1975
14:38[3]
Salyut 4[4] 19 November 1975
16:19[4]
15 February 1976
23:07[4]
88 d, 6 h, 49 m[3] 16 February 1976[3]

Salyut 6[edit]

Main article: Salyut 6
Spacecraft Mission Carrier rocket Launch
(UTC)
Port Docked
(UTC)
Undocked
(UTC)
Time
docked
Deorbit
(UTC)
Remarks
Progress 1[5] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 20 January 1978
08:24[6]
Aft 22 January 1978
10:12
6 February 1978
19:24
15 d, 9 h, 12 m 8 February 1978
02:39
Progress 2[7] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 7 July 1978
11:26[6]
Aft 9 July 1978
12:58
2 August 1978
04:57
23 d, 15 h, 59 m 4 August 1978
01:31
Progress 3[8] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 7 August 1978
22:31[6]
Aft 9 August 1978
23:59
21 August 1978
15:42
11 d, 15 h, 43 m 23 August 1978
16:45
Progress 4[9] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 3 October 1978
23:09[6]
Aft 6 October 1978
01:00
24 October 1978
13:01
18 d, 12 h, 1 m 26 October 1978
16:28
Progress 5[10] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 12 March 1979
05:47[6]
Aft 14 March 1979
07:19
3 April 1979
16:10
20 d, 8 h, 51 m 5 April 1979
00:10
Progress 6[11] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 13 May 1979
04:17[6]
Aft 15 May 1979
06:19
8 June 1979
07:59
24 d, 1 h, 40 m 9 June 1979
18:52
Soyuz 34[12] Crew return Soyuz-U[2] 6 June 1979
18:12[6]
Aft 8 June 1979
20:03
14 June 1979
16:18
5 d, 20 h, 15 m 19 August 1979
11:39
Launched unmanned, landed manned
Fore 14 June 1979
17:48
19 August 1979
11:39
65 d, 17 h, 51 m
Progress 7[13] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 28 June 1979
09:25[6]
Aft 30 June 1979
11:18
18 July 1979
03:49
17 d, 16 h, 31 m 20 July 1979
01:57
Soyuz T-1[14] Test Soyuz-U[2] 16 December 1979
21:29[6]
Fore 19 December 1979
14:05
23 March 1980
21:04
95 d, 6 h, 59 m 25 March 1980
Progress 8[15] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 27 March 1980
18:53[6]
Aft 29 March 1980
20:01
25 April 1980
08:04
26 d, 12 h, 3 m 26 April 1980
06:54
Progress 9[16] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 27 April 1980
06:24[6]
Aft 29 April 1980
08:09
20 May 1980
18:51
20 d, 10 h, 42 m 22 May 1980
00:44
Progress 10[17] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 29 June 1980
04:40[6]
Aft 1 July 1980
05:53
17 July 1980
22:21
16 d, 16 h, 28 m 19 July 1980
01:47
Progress 11[18] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 28 September 1980
15:09[6]
Aft 30 September 1980
17:03
9 December 1980
10:23
69 d, 17 h, 20 m 11 December 1980
14:00
Progress 12[19] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 24 January 1981
14:18[6]
Aft 26 January 1981
15:56
19 March 1981
18:14
52 d, 2 h, 18 m 20 March 1981
16:58
Kosmos 1267[20] Test Proton-K[21] 25 April 1981
02:01[6]
Aft 19 June 1981
06:52
N/A 1 y, 40 d[a] 29 July 1982[b] TKS

Salyut 7[edit]

Main article: Salyut 7
Spacecraft Mission Carrier rocket Launch
(UTC)
Port Docked
(UTC)
Undocked
(UTC)
Time
docked
Deorbit
(UTC)
Remarks
Progress 13[22] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 23 May 1982
05:58[6]
Aft 25 May 1982
07:56
4 June 1982
06:31
9 d, 22 h, 35 m 6 June 1982
00:05
Progress 14[23] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 10 July 1982
09:57[6]
Aft 12 July 1982
11:41
10 August 1982
22:11
29 d, 10 h, 30 m 13 August 1982
01:29
Progress 15[24] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 18 September 1982
04:58[6]
Aft 20 September 1982
06:12
14 October 1982
13:46
24 d, 7 h, 34 m 16 October 1982
17:06
Progress 16[25] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 31 October 1982
11:20[6]
Aft 2 November 1982
13:22
13 December 1982
15:32
41 d, 2 h, 10 m 14 December 1982
17:17
Kosmos 1443[26] Logistics Proton-K[21] 2 March 1983
09:37[6]
Fore 10 March 1983
09:20
14 August 1983
14:04
157 d, 4 h, 44 m 19 September 1983
00:28
TKS
Progress 17[27] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 17 August 1983
12:08[6]
Aft 19 August 1983
13:47
17 September 1983
11:44
28 d, 21 h, 57 m 17 September 1983
23:43
Progress 18[28] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 20 October 1983
09:59[6]
Aft 22 October 1983
11:34
13 November 1983
03:08
21 d, 15 h, 34 m 16 November 1983
04:18
Progress 19[29] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 21 February 1984
06:46[6]
Aft 23 February 1984
08:21
31 March 1984
09:40
27 d, 1 h, 19 m 1 April 1984
18:18
Progress 20[30] Logistics Soyuz-U2[2] 15 April 1984
08:12[6]
Aft 17 April 1984
09:22
6 May 1984
17:46
50 d, 8 h, 24 m 7 May 1984
00:32
Progress 21[31] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 7 May 1984
22:47[6]
Aft 10 May 1984
00:10
26 May 1984
09:41
16 d, 9 h, 31 m 26 May 1984
15:00
Progress 22[32] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 28 May 1984
14:12[6]
Aft 30 May 1984
15:47
15 July 1984
13:36
45 d, 21 h, 49 m 15 July 1984
18:52
Progress 23[33] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 14 August 1984
06:28[6]
Aft 16 August 1984
08:11
26 August 1984
16:13
10 d, 8 h, 2 m 28 August 1984
01:28
Progress 24[34] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 21 June 1985
00:39[6]
Aft 23 June 1985
02:54
15 July 1985
12:28
22 d, 9 h, 34 m 15 July 1985
22:33
Kosmos 1669[35] Logistics Soyuz-U[2] 19 July 1985
13:05[6]
Aft 21 July 1985
15:05
28 August 1985 38 d 30 August 1985
01:20
Progress
Aft 28 August 1985 28 August 1985
21:50
< 1 d
Kosmos 1686[36] Logistics
Reboost
Proton-K[21] 27 September 1985
08:41[6]
Fore 2 October 1985
10:16
N/A 5 y, 128 d[a] 7 February 1991[b][c] TKS

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Time from docking until reentry of station
  2. ^ a b Remained attached during deorbit of space station.
  3. ^ Decayed naturally

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