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Kosmos 1001 (Russian: Космос 1001 meaning Cosmos 1001) was a redesigned Soviet Soyuz T spacecraft that failed an unmanned test in 1978. The spacecraft was the upgraded Soyuz for Salyut-6 and Salyut-7.
- Spacecraft: Soyuz-7K-ST.
- Mass: 6680 kg.
- Crew: None.
- Launched: April 4, 1978.
- Landed: April 15, 1978.
(by spacecraft type)
Uncrewed missions are designated with Kosmos numbers; crewed missions get a Soyuz number.
Failed missions are denoted with a † symbol. Cancelled missions are in italics.
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