|Mission type||Long-duration mission to the ISS|
|Operator||NASA / Roscosmos|
|Space Station||International Space Station|
|Arrived aboard||SpaceX Crew-2|
|EVAs||≥1 (planned) |
ISS Expedition 65 Patch
Expedition 65 is scheduled to be the 65th long duration expedition to the International Space Station. The mission is scheduled to begin on 9 April 2021, with the departure of Soyuz MS-17. The senior crew will be made up of SpaceX Crew-2 crew members Shane Kimbrough, Akihiko Hoshide, Megan McArthur and Thomas Pesquet, who will transfer from Expedition 64, with Hoshide taking command of the station for the increment. They will be joined by Russian cosmonauts Oleg Novitsky, Pyotr Dubrov and Sergey Korsakov, who will launch on Soyuz MS-18.
|Commander|| Akihiko Hoshide, JAXA|
|Flight Engineer 1|| Shane Kimbrough, NASA|
|Flight Engineer 2|| Megan McArthur, NASA|
|Flight Engineer 3|| Thomas Pesquet, ESA|
|Flight Engineer 4|| Oleg Novitsky, Roscosmos|
|Flight Engineer 5|| Pyotr Dubrov, Roscosmos|
|Flight Engineer 6|| Sergey Korsakov, Roscosmos|
- "Russia's 2021 expedition crew to practice spacewalk in lab conditions". tass.com. TASS. 19 June 2020.
- "Schedule of ISS flight events (part 2)". forum.nasaspaceflight.com. 20 March 2020.