List of unmanned spaceflights to Mir

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This is a list of unmanned spaceflights to Mir. Components of the space station are indicated in green.

Spacecraft Mission Carrier rocket Launch
(UTC)
Port Docked
(UTC)
Undocked
(UTC)
Time
docked
Deorbit
(UTC)
Remarks
Mir Core[1] Module Proton-K 19 February 1986
21:28[2]
N/A 15 y, 31 d, 8 h, 31 m[A][B] 23 March 2001
05:07[C]
Progress 25[3] Logistics Soyuz-U2 19 March 1986
10:08[2]
Core +X 21 March 1986
11:16
20 April 1986
19:24
30 d, 8 h, 8 m 21 April 1986
00:00
Progress 26[4] Logistics Soyuz-U2 23 April 1986
19:40[2]
Core +X 26 April 1986
21:26
22 June 1986
18:25
56 d, 20 h, 59 m 23 June 1986
18:41
Soyuz TM-1[4] Test Soyuz-U2 21 May 1986
08:21[2]
Core -X 23 May 1986
10:11
29 May 1986
09:22
5 d, 23 h, 11 m 30 May 1986
04:26
Progress 27[5] Logistics Soyuz-U2 16 January 1987
06:06[2]
Core +X 18 January 1987
07:26
23 February 1987
11:29
36 d, 4 h, 3 m 25 February 1987
15:16
Docked with an unmanned Mir.
Progress 28[6] Logistics Soyuz-U2 3 March 1987
11:14[2]
Core +X 5 March 1987
12:42
26 March 1987
05:06
22 d, 16 h, 24 m 27 March 1987
03:01
Kvant-1[1] Module Proton-K 31 March 1987
00:06[2]
Core +X 9 April 1987
00:35
N/A 13 y, 348 d, 5 h, 24 m[A] 23 March 2001
05:07[C]
Kvant FSB[7] Delivery tug 12 April 1987
20:18
3 d, 19 h, 43 m 25 August 1988[7][D]
Progress 29[8] Logistics Soyuz-U2 21 April 1987
15:14[2]
Kvant-1 23 April 1987
17:04
11 May 1987
03:10
17 d, 10 h, 6 m 11 May 1987
07:51
Progress 30[9] Logistics Soyuz-U2 19 May 1987
04:02[2]
Kvant-1 21 May 1987
05:50
19 July 1987
00:19
58 d, 23 h, 10 m 19 July 1987
05:00
Progress 31[10] Logistics Soyuz-U2 3 August 1987
20:44[2]
Kvant-1 5 August 1987
22:27
21 September 1987
23:57
47 d, 1 h, 30 m 23 September 1987
00:22
Progress 32[11] Logistics Soyuz-U2 23 September 1987
23:43[2]
Kvant-1 26 September 1987
01:08
10 November 1987
04:09
46 d, 3 h, 1 m 19 November 1987
00:10
Kvant-1 10 November 1987
05:47
17 November 1987
19:24
7 d, 13 h, 37 m
Progress 33[12] Logistics Soyuz-U2 20 November 1987
23:47[2]
Kvant-1 23 November 1987
01:39
19 December 1987
08:15
29 d, 6 h, 36 m 19 December 1987
12:56
Progress 34[13] Logistics Soyuz-U2 20 January 1988
22:51[2]
Kvant-1 23 January 1988
00:09
4 March 1988
03:40
41 d, 3 h, 31 m 4 March 1988
06:45
Progress 35[14] Logistics Soyuz-U2 23 March 1988
21:05[2]
Kvant-1 25 March 1988
22:21
5 May 1988
01:36
40 d, 3 h, 15 m 5 May 1988
06:01
Progress 36[15] Logistics Soyuz-U2 13 May 1988
00:30[2]
Kvant-1 15 May 1988
02:13
5 June 1988
11:11
27 d, 8 h, 58 m 5 June 1988
20:28
Progress 37[16] Logistics Soyuz-U2 18 July 1988
21:13[2]
Kvant-1 20 July 1988
22:33
12 August 1988
08:31
22 d, 9 h, 58 m 12 August 1988
12:51
Progress 38[17] Logistics Soyuz-U2 9 September 1988
23:33[2]
Kvant-1 12 September 1988
01:22
23 November 1988
12:12
72 d, 10 h, 50 m 23 November 1988
18:26
Progress 39[18] Logistics Soyuz-U2 25 December 1988
04:11[2]
Kvant-1 27 December 1988
05:35
7 February 1989
06:45
42 d, 1 h, 10 m 7 February 1989
12:49
Progress 40[19] Logistics Soyuz-U2 10 February 1989
08:53[2]
Kvant-1 12 February 1989
10:29
3 March 1989
01:45
18 d, 15 h, 16 m 5 March 1989
01:08
Progress 41[20] Logistics Soyuz-U2 16 March 1989
18:54[2]
Kvant-1 18 March 1989
20:50
21 April 1989
01:46
33 d, 4 h, 56 m 25 April 1989[D] Ran out of fuel before deorbiting
Progress M-1[21] Logistics Soyuz-U2 23 August 1989
03:09[2]
Core -X 25 August 1989
05:19
1 December 1989
09:02
98 d, 3 h, 43 m 1 December 1989
10:32
Kvant-2[1] Module Proton-K 26 November 1989
13:01[2]
Core -X 6 December 1989
12:21
8 December 1989
07:19
1 d, 19 h, 2 m 23 March 2001
05:07[C]
Core +Y 8 December 1989
08:19
N/A 11 y, 104 d, 21 h, 40 m[A]
Progress M-2[22] Logistics Soyuz-U2 20 December 1989
03:30[2]
Kvant-1 22 December 1989
05:41
9 February 1990
02:33
47 d, 20 h, 52 m 9 February 1990
07:97
Progress M-3[23] Logistics Soyuz-U2 28 February 1990
23:10[2]
Kvant-1 3 March 1990
01:04
27 April 1990
20:24
55 d, 19 h, 20 m 28 April 1990
00:00
Progress 42[24] Logistics Soyuz-U2 5 May 1990
20:44[2]
Kvant-1 7 May 1990
22:45
27 May 1990
07:08
19 d, 8 h, 23 m 27 May 1990
11:40
Kristall[1] Module Proton-K 31 May 1990
10:33[2]
Core -X 10 June 1990
10:47
11 June 1990 1 d 23 March 2001
05:07[C]
Core -Y 11 June 1990 26 May 1995
23:07
5 y, 349 d
Core -X 27 May 1995
00:36
29 May 1995 2 d
Core -Z 29 May 1995 10 June 1995 12 d
Core -X 10 June 1995 17 July 1995
02:51
37 d
Core -Z 17 July 1995
04:20
N/A 5 y, 249 d, 1 h, 39 m[A]
Progress M-4[25] Logistics Soyuz-U2 15 August 1990
04:00[2]
Core -X 17 August 1990
05:26
17 September 1990
12:42
31 d, 7 h, 16 m 20 September 1990
11:04
Progress M-5[26] Logistics Soyuz-U2 27 September 1990
10:37[2]
Core -X 29 September 1990
12:26
28 November 1990
06:15
59 d, 17 h, 49 m 28 November 1990
10:24
Carried VBK-Raduga
Progress M-6[27] Logistics Soyuz-U2 14 January 1991
14:50[2]
Kvant-1 16 January 1991
16:35
15 March 1991
12:46
57 d, 20 h, 11 m 15 March 1991
17:14
Progress M-7[28] Logistics Soyuz-U2 19 March 1991
13:05[2]
Core -X 28 March 1991
12:02
6 May 1991
22:59
39 d, 10 h, 57 m 7 May 1991
16:24
First docking attempt with Kvant-1 failed. Carried VBK-Raduga, recovery failed.
Progress M-8[29] Logistics Soyuz-U2 30 May 1991
08:04[2]
Core -X 1 June 1991
09:44
15 August 1991
22:16
75 d, 12 h, 32 m 16 August 1991
Progress M-9[30] Logistics Soyuz-U2 10 August 1991
22:54[2]
Core -X 23 August 1991
00:54
30 September 1991
01:53
38 d, 59 m 30 September 1991
07:45
Carried VBK-Raduga
Progress M-10[31] Logistics Soyuz-U2 17 October 1991
00:05[2]
Core -X 21 October 1991
03:40
20 January 1992
07:13
91 d, 3 h, 33 m 20 January 1992 Carried VBK-Raduga
Progress M-11[32] Logistics Soyuz-U2 25 January 1992
07:50[2]
Core -X 27 January 1992
09:30
13 March 1992
08:43
45 d, 23 h, 13 m 13 March 1992
Progress M-12[33] Logistics Soyuz-U2 19 April 1992
21:29[2]
Core -X 21 April 1992
23:21
27 June 1992
21:34
66 d, 22 h, 13 m 27 June 1992
Progress M-13[34] Logistics Soyuz-U2 30 June 1992
16:43[2]
Core -X 4 July 1992
16:55
24 July 1992
04:14
19 d, 11 h, 19 m 24 July 1992
Progress M-14[35] Logistics Soyuz-U2 15 August 1992
22:18[2]
Kvant-1 18 August 1992
00:20
21 October 1992
16:46
64 d, 16 h, 26 m 21 October 1992 Carried VBK-Raduga
Progress M-15[36] Logistics Soyuz-U2 27 October 1992
17:19[2]
Kvant-1 29 October 1992
19:05
7 February 1993
00:44
100 d, 5 h, 39 m 7 February 1993
Progress M-16[37] Logistics Soyuz-U2 21 February 1993
18:32[2]
Kvant-1 23 February 1993
20:17
26 March 1993
06:50
30 d, 10 h, 33 m 27 March 1993
10:25
Kvant-1 26 March 1993
07:06
27 March 1993
04:21
21 h, 15 m
Progress M-17[38] Logistics Soyuz-U2 31 March 1993
03:34[2]
Kvant-1 1 April 1993
05:16
11 August 1993
15:36
132 d, 10 h, 20 m 3 March 1994[D] Carried VBK-Raduga, returned by Progress M-18
Progress M-18[39] Logistics Soyuz-U2 22 May 1993
06:41[2]
Core -X 24 May 1993
08:34
3 July 1993
15:58
40 d, 7 h, 24 m 4 July 1993 Returned VBK-Raduga launched on Progress M-17
Progress M-19[40] Logistics Soyuz-U 10 August 1993
22:23[2]
Kvant-1 13 August 1993
00:00
12 October 1993
17:59
60 d, 17 h, 59 m 12 October 1993 Carried VBK-Raduga
Progress M-20[41] Logistics Soyuz-U 11 October 1993
21:33[2]
Kvant-1 13 October 1993
23:24
21 November 1993
02:38
38 d, 3 h, 14 m 21 November 1993 Carried VBK-Raduga
Progress M-21[42] Logistics Soyuz-U 28 January 1994
02:12[2]
Kvant-1 30 January 1994
03:56
23 March 1994
01:20
51 d, 21 h, 24 m 23 March 1994
04:23
Progress M-22[43] Logistics Soyuz-U 22 March 1994
04:54[2]
Kvant-1 24 March 1994
06:39
23 May 1994
00:58
59 d, 18 h, 19 m 23 May 1994
Progress M-23[44] Logistics Soyuz-U 22 May 1994
04:30[2]
Kvant-1 24 May 1994
06:18
2 July 1994
08:46
39 d, 2 h, 28 m 2 July 1994
14:44
Carried VBK-Raduga
Progress M-24[45] Logistics Soyuz-U 25 August 1994
14:25[2]
Core -X 2 September 1994
13:30
4 October 1994
18:55
32 d, 5 h, 25 m 4 October 1994
21:44
First docking attempt failed, collided with station during second attempt
Progress M-25[46] Logistics Soyuz-U 11 November 1994
07:21[2]
Kvant-1 13 November 1994
09:04
16 February 1995
13:03
95 d, 3 h, 59 m 16 February 1995
16:06
Progress M-26[47] Logistics Soyuz-U 15 February 1995
16:48[2]
Kvant-1 17 February 1995
18:21
15 March 1995
02:26
25 d, 8 h, 5 m 15 March 1995
05:28
Progress M-27[48] Logistics Soyuz-U 9 April 1995
19:34[2]
Core -X 11 April 1996
21:00
22 May 1996
23:42
41 d, 2 h, 42 m 23 May 1996
02:40
Spektr[1] Module Proton-K 20 May 1995
03:33[2]
Core -X 1 June 1995
00:56
3 June 1995
19:53
2 d, 18 h, 57 m 23 March 2001
05:07[C]
Core -Y 3 June 1995 N/A 5 y, 293 d[A]
Progress M-28[49] Logistics Soyuz-U 20 July 1995
03:04[2]
Core -X 22 July 1995
05:39
4 September 1995
05:09
43 d, 23 h, 30 m 4 September 1995
Progress M-29[50] Logistics Soyuz-U 8 October 1995
18:50[2]
Kvant-1 10 October 1995
20:32
19 December 1995
09:15
71 d, 12 h, 43 m 19 December 1995
15:26
Progress M-30[51] Logistics Soyuz-U 18 December 1995
14:31[2]
Kvant-1 20 December 1995
16:10
22 February 1996
07:24
63 d, 15 h, 14 m 22 February 1996
11:02
Priroda[1] Module Proton-K 23 April 1996
11:48[2]
Core -X 26 April 1996
12:42
27 April 1996
08:32
19 h, 50 m 23 March 2001
05:07[C]
Core +Z 27 April 1996
10:06
N/A 4 y, 329 d, 19 h, 53 m[A]
Progress M-31[52] Logistics Soyuz-U 5 May 1996
07:04[2]
Core -X 7 May 1996
08:54
1 August 1996
16:44
86 d, 8 h, 40 m 1 August 1996
19:44
Progress M-32[53] Logistics Soyuz-U 21 July 1996
20:00[2]
Core -X 2 August 1996
22:03
18 August 1996
09:33
15 d, 11 h, 30 m 20 November 1996
22:42
Kvant-1 3 September 1996
09:35
20 November 1996
19:51
78 d, 10 h, 16 m
Progress M-33[54] Logistics Soyuz-U 19 November 1996
23:20[2]
Kvant-1 22 November 1996
01:01
6 February 1997
12:13
76 d, 11 h, 12 m 12 March 1997
02:35
Redocking attempt on 4 March 1997 failed
Progress M-34[55] Logistics Soyuz-U 6 April 1997
16:04[2]
Kvant-1 8 April 1997
17:30
24 June 1997
10:22
78 d, 16 h, 52 m 2 July 1997
05:34
Collided with Spektr during redocking attempt on 25 June, resulting in permanent depressurisation of module
Progress M-35[56] Logistics Soyuz-U 5 July 1997
04:11[2]
Kvant-1 7 July 1997
05:59
6 August 1997
11:46
30 d, 5 h, 47 m 7 October 1997
16:41
Kvant-1 18 August 1997
12:52
7 October 1997
12:03
49 d, 23 h, 11 m
Progress M-36[57] Logistics Soyuz-U 5 October 1997
15:08[2]
Kvant-1 8 October 1997
17:07
17 December 1997
06:01
69 d, 12 h, 54 m 19 December 1997
13:20
Progress M-37[58] Logistics Soyuz-U 20 December 1997
08:45[2]
Kvant-1 22 December 1997
10:22
30 January 1998
12:53
39 d, 2 h, 31 m 15 March 1998
22:14
Kvant-1 23 February 1998
09:42
15 March 1998
19:16
20 d, 9 h, 34 m
Progress M-38[59] Logistics Soyuz-U 14 March 1998
22:45[2]
Kvant-1 17 March 1998
00:31
15 May 1998
18:43
59 d, 18 h, 12 m 15 May 1998
21:39
Progress M-39[60] Logistics Soyuz-U 14 May 1998
22:12[2]
Kvant-1 16 May 1998
23:50
12 August 1998
09:28
87 d, 9 h, 38 m 29 October 1998
03:27
Kvant-1 1 September 1998
05:34
27 October 1998
23:03
56 d, 17 h, 49 m
Progress M-40[61] Logistics Soyuz-U 25 October 1998
04:14[2]
Kvant-1 27 October 1998
05:34
4 February 1999
09:59
100 d, 4 h, 25 m 5 February 1999
10:16
Progress M-41[62] Logistics Soyuz-U 2 April 1999
11:28[2]
Kvant-1 4 April 1999
12:46
17 July 1999
11:24
103 d, 22 h, 38 m 17 July 1999
Progress M-42[63] Logistics Soyuz-U 16 July 1999
16:37[2]
Kvant-1 18 July 1999
17:53
2 February 2000
03:11
198 d, 9 h, 18 m 2 February 2000
06:10
Progress M1-1[64] Logistics Soyuz-U 1 February 2000
06:47[2]
Kvant-1 3 February 2000
08:02
26 April 2000
16:32
83 d, 8 h, 30 m 26 April 2000
19:26
Docked with an unmanned Mir.
Progress M1-2[65] Logistics Soyuz-U 25 April 2000
20:08[2]
Kvant-1 27 April 2000
21:28
15 October 2000
18:06
170 d, 20 h, 38 m 16 October 2000
Progress M-43[66] Logistics Soyuz-U 16 October 2000
21:27[2]
Kvant-1 20 October 2000
21:16
27 January 2001
05:19
98 d, 8 h, 3 m 29 January 2001
02:12
Docked with an unmanned Mir.
Progress M1-5[67] Deorbit Tug Soyuz-U 24 January 2001
04:28[2]
Kvant-1 27 January 2001
05:33
N/A 55 d, 26 m[A] 23 March 2001
05:07[C]
Docked with an unmanned Mir. Was used to deorbited Mir
  • A. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 - Time from docking until debris impact in the Pacific Ocean at approximately 05:59 GMT on 23 March 2001.[68]
  • B. 1 - From time of launch
  • C. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 - Remained attached during deorbit of space station on 23 March 2001.
  • D. 1 2 3 - Decayed naturally


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