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ISS-35/ISS-36

Start: 03/28/2013 12:00:00 am
End: 09/11/2013 12:00:00 am

Condition

Experiments Program

During ISS-35 and ISS-36, 504 sessions of 49 experiments are planned to be implemented. 47 experiments were started in the previous increments. 2 experiments (Kontrol, Obstanovka) are new.

Breakdown of Experiments by Research Areas

Research Area Experiment Name
Physico-chemical processes and materials in space conditions Kristallizator, Plasma crystal
Earth and space sciences BTN-Neutron, Vsplesk, Microsatellite, Molniya-Gamma, Obstanovka, Radar-Progress, Relaksatsia, Seyner, Uragan, Ekon-M
Man in space Vzaimodeystviye, Immuno, Matryoshka-R, Sprut-2, Chromato-Mass Spectr M
Space biology and biotechnology ARIL, Aseptik, Bacteriofag, Biodegradatsia, Biorisk, Bioemulsia, BIF, Kaltsiy, Kaskad, Konstanta, Conjugation, Lactolen, Membrana, Poligen, Struktura, E-NOSE, Plazmida
Technologies of space exploration Albedo, Bar, Vector-T, Vizir, VIRU, Vynoslivost, Identifikatsiya, Izgib, Kontrol, SLS, Sreda-MKS, Test
Education and promotion of space research Great Start, Kulonovskiy Kristall, MAI-75

Features

MAIN TASKS OF THE INCREMENT
IN THE ISS-35 PHASE
(March 16 - May 14, 2013)

  • Launch of two ISS-35/36 Russian crewmembers and one NASA crewmember by transport manned vehicle Soyuz TMA-08M;
  • Docking of Soyuz TMA-08M vehicle to Mini Research Module Poisk (MRM2);
  • loading and undocking of CV Dragon SpX-2 from Module Node2-Nadir using SSRMS manipulator;
  • Operational support of final unloading, loading and undocking of Progress M-17 vehicle from Pirs DC1;
  • Docking of CV Progress M-19 to TC of SM Zvezda;
  • Partial unloading of Progress M-19M cargo vehicle;
  • Operational support for loading and undocking of Soyuz TMA-07M spacecraft from Mini Research Module MRM1 Rassvet (return to the Earth of three ISS-34/35 crewmembers);
  • Implementation of one EVA on the ISS Russian Segment;
  • Implementation of one EVA on the ISS American Segment;
  • Support of the Space Station functionality;
  • Performance of the science and application research program and experiments;
  • Conduct of photo and video imagery of the ISS RS flight.

The ISS-35 crew consists of 3 persons (March 16 - March 29, 2013) and 6 persons (March 29 - May 14, 2013).

MAIN TASKS OF THE INCREMENT
IN THE ISS-36 PHASE
(May 14 - September 11, 2013)

  • Launch of one ISS-36/37 Russian crewmember and two NASA crewmembers by transport manned vehicle Soyuz TMA-09M;
  • Docking of Soyuz TMA-09M vehicle to Mini Research Module Rassvet (MRM1);
  • Final unloading of Progress M-19M cargo vehicle;
  • Operational support of loading and undocking of Progress M-19 vehicle from TC of SM Zvezda;
  • Docking of ATV-4 to TC of SM Zvezda;
  • Final unloading of Progress M-18M cargo vehicle;
  • Operational support of waste loading and undocking of Progress M-18 vehicle from Pirs DC1;
  • Docking of CV Progress M-20 to Pirs DC1;
  • Docking of HTV-4 to Module Node2-Nadir using SSRMS manipulator;
  • Partial unloading of Progress M-20M cargo vehicle;
  • Implementation of three EVA's on the ISS Russian Segment;
  • Implementation of two EVA's on the ISS American Segment;
  • Operational support of loading and undocking of HTV-4 vehicle from Node2-Nadir using SSRMS manipulator;
  • Operational support for loading and undocking of Soyuz TMA-08M spacecraft from Mini Research Module Poisk (MRM2) (return to the Earth of three ISS-35/36 crewmembers);
  • Support of the Space Station functionality;
  • Performance of the science and application research program and experiments;
  • Conduct of photo and video imagery of the ISS RS flight.

The ISS-36 crew consists of 3 persons (May 14 - May 29, 2013) and 6 persons (May 29 - September 11, 2013).