Soyuz 2.1a | Progress MS-22 (83P)

Soyuz 2.1a | Progress MS-22 (83P)

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Baikonur Cosmodrome, Republic of Kazakhstan

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Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS)

The Roscosmos State Corporation for Space Activities, commonly known as Roscosmos, is the governmental body responsible for the space science program of the Russian Federation and general aerospace research. Soyuz has many launch locations the Russian sites are Baikonur, Plesetsk and Vostochny however Ariane also purchases the vehicle and launches it from French Guiana.

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Progress MS-22 (83P)

Progress resupply mission to the International Space Station.

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Soyuz 2.1a


Height 46.30 Meters

Max Stages 3

Mass To GTO 2810 kg

Liftoff Thrust 4149 kN

Diameter 2.95 Meters

Mass To LEO 7020 kg

Liftoff Mass 312 Tonnes


Launch Success 34

Consecutive Success 28

Maiden Flight 2004-11-04

Launch Failures 1


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SwGustav

2023-01-26T18:04:56+0000

Adding seconds

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Nosu

2023-01-17T13:40:00+0000

Updating T-0

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Nosu

2023-01-12T21:39:16+0000

Updating T-0 and setting GO

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Cosmic_Penguin

2023-01-11T09:35:59+0000

Launch moved up, perhaps due to need for accelerating launch of Soyuz MS-23.

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Cosmic_Penguin

2022-12-15T09:45:58+0000

Added launch time per tour operators.

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Nosu

2022-10-27T04:26:08+0000

Targeting February 16

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International Space Station

The International Space Station programme is tied together by a complex set of legal, political and financial agreements between the sixteen nations involved in the project, governing ownership of the various components, rights to crewing and utilization, and responsibilities for crew rotation and resupply of the International Space Station. It was conceived in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan, during the Space Station Freedom project as it was originally called.

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2023-02-11T08:53:00+0000

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