|Mission type||ISS Expedition|
|Mission duration||167 days (at ISS)
169 days (launch to landing)
|Space Station||International Space Station|
|Began||30 November 2009|
|Ended||17 March 2010|
|Arrived aboard||Soyuz TMA-16
|Departed aboard||Soyuz TMA-16
Jeffrey N. Williams
|EVA duration||5 hours, 44 minutes|
Expedition 22 was the 22nd long duration crew flight to the International Space Station (ISS). This expedition began in November 2009 when the Expedition 21 crew departed. For a period of 3 weeks, there were only 2 crew members; it was the first time that had happened since STS-114 had delivered a third person to restore the ISS crew to 3. Commander Jeff Williams and flight engineer Maksim Surayev were joined by the rest of their crew on 22 December 2009, making the Expedition 22 a crew of five.
(November 2009 to December 2009)
(December 2009 to March 2010)
|Commander||Jeffrey N. Williams, NASA
|Flight Engineer 1||Maksim Surayev, RSA
|Flight Engineer 2||Oleg Kotov, RSA
|Flight Engineer 3||Soichi Noguchi, JAXA
|Flight Engineer 4||Timothy Creamer, NASA
- Shannon Walker - Commander
- Aleksandr Skvortsov
- Douglas H. Wheelock
- Anton Shkaplerov
- Satoshi Furukawa
|EVA||Spacewalkers||Start (UTC)||End (UTC)||Duration|
|14 January 2010
|14 January 2010
|5 hours, 44 minutes|
|Prepared the Poisk module for future dockings. Spacewalk was performed using Orlan spacesuits.|
The Soyuz TMA-17 rocket lifts off headed for the ISS on Expedition 22.
- 2010 in spaceflight
- List of human spaceflights
- List of International Space Station spacewalks
- List of spacewalks 2000—2014
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- NASA HQ (2008). "NASA Assigns Space Station Crews, Updates Expedition Numbering". NASA. Retrieved 21 November 2008.
- NASA. "STS-131 Mission Summary (PDF)" (PDF). NASA. Retrieved 25 March 2010.
- NASA. "STS-131 Mission Information". Retrieved 5 February 2010.
- "Crew Completes First Expedition 22 Spacewalk". NASA. 15 January 2010. Retrieved 15 January 2010.
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