|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. 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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