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Contents

Preface

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Introduction

Part 1 - Soyuz

1.1 General Description
1.2 Historical Overview
1.2.1 First Prospectus for Circumlunar Travel (1962)
1.2.2 Second Prospectus for Circumlunar Travel (1963)
1.2.3 Polyot 1 and 2 (1963-1964)
1.2.4 Manned Lunar Program (1964-1976)
1.2.5 Salyut 1 (1970-1971)
1.2.6 Early Soyuz Ferry (1973-1977)
1.2.7 Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (1973-1976)
1.2.8 Progress and Soyuz (1977-Present)
1.2.9 Soyuz Generations
1.2.10 Crew Code Names
1.3 The Original Soyuz (1966-1970)
1.3.1 Original Soyuz Specifications
1.3.2 Original Soyuz Notable Features
1.3.3 Original Soyuz Mission Descriptions
1.4 L1 (Zond): Circumlunar Spacecraft (1967-1969)
1.4.1 L1 Specifications
1.4.2 L1 Notable Features
1.4.3 L1 Mission Descriptions
1.5 L2 (Lunar Orbit Module): Lunar Mission Command Ship (1971-1974)
1.5.1 L2 Specifications
1.5.2 L2 Notable Features
1.5.3 L2 Mission Descriptions
1.6 L3: Lunar Lander (1970-1974)
1.6.1 L3 Specifications
1.6.2 L3 Notable Features
1.6.3 L3 Mission Descriptions
1.7 Salyut 1-Type Soyuz (1971)
1.7.1 Salyut 1-Type Soyuz Specifications
1.7.2 Salyut 1-Type Soyuz Notable Features
1.7.3 Salyut 1-Type Soyuz Mission Descriptions
1.8 Soyuz Ferry (1973-1981)
1.8.1 Soyuz Ferry Specifications
1.8.2 Soyuz Ferry Notable Features
1.8.3 Soyuz Ferry Detailed Description
1.8.4 Soyuz Ferry Mission Descriptions
1.8.4.1 Soyuz Ferry Test Missions
1.8.4.2 Soyuz Ferry Missions to Salyut 3
1.8.4.3 Soyuz Ferry Missions to Salyut 4
1.8.4.4 Soyuz Ferry Missions to Salyut 5
1.8.4.5 Soyuz Ferry Missions to Salyut 6
1.9 ASTP Soyuz (1974-1976)
1.9.1 ASTP Soyuz Specifications
1.9.2 ASTP Soyuz Notable Features
1.9.3 ASTP Soyuz Mission Descriptions
1.10 Progress (1975-1990)
1.10.1 Progress Specifications
1.10.2 Progress Notable Features
1.10.3 Progress Detailed Description
1.10.4 Progress Mission Descriptions
1.10.4.1 Progress Test Mission to Salyut 4
1.10.4.2 Progress Missions to Salyut 6
1.10.4.3 Progress Missions to Salyut 7
1.10.4.4 Progress Missions to Mir
1.10.5 Progress-Derived Space Station Modules
1.11 Progress-M (1989-Present)
1.11.1 Progress-M Specifications
1.11.2 Progress-M Notable Features
1.11.3 Progress-M Mission Descriptions
1.12 Soyuz-T (1976-1986)
1.12.1 Soyuz-T Specifications
1.12.2 Soyuz-T Notable Features
1.12.3 Soyuz-T Mission Descriptions
1.12.3.1 Soyuz-T Test Missions
1.12.3.2 Soyuz-T Missions to Salyut 6
1.12.3.3 Soyuz-T missions to Salyut 7
1.12.3.4 Soyuz-T Mission to Salyut 7 and Mir
1.13 Soyuz-TM (1986-Present)
1.13.1 Soyuz-TM Specifications
1.13.2 Soyuz-TM Notable Features
1.13.3 Soyuz-TM Mission Descriptions
1.14 References for Part 1

Part 2 - Almaz, Salyut, and Mir

2.1 Overview
2.1.1 Early Concepts (1903, 1962)
2.1.2 Almaz: Conception (1964-1967)
2.1.3 First Space Stations (1970-1974)
2.1.4 Almaz: Cancellation (1970-1980)
2.1.5 Almaz: Conversion (1980-1993)
2.1.6 Shuttle-Salyut (1973-1978; 1980s)
2.1.7 Second-Generation Stations: Salyut 6 and Salyut 7 (1977-1986)
2.1.8 Third-Generation Station: Mir (1986-present)
2.2 Salyut 1/DOS-1 (April 19-October 11, 1971)
2.2.1 Salyut 1 Specifications
2.2.2 Salyut 1 Notable Features
2.2.3 Salyut 1 Career
2.3 Failed Salyuts (1972-1973)
2.3.1 DOS-2 (July 29, 1972)
2.3.2 Salyut 2/Almaz 1 (April 3-May 28, 1973)
2.3.3 Cosmos 557/DOS-3 (May 11-22, 1973)
2.4 Salyut 3/Almaz 2 (June 24, 1974-January 24, 1975)
2.4.1 Salyut 3 Specifications
2.4.2 Salyut 3 Notable Features
2.4.3 Salyut 3 Career
2.5 Salyut 4/DOS-4 (December 26, 1974-February 2, 1977)
2.5.1 Salyut 4 Specifications
2.5.2 Salyut 4 Notable Features
2.5.3 Salyut 4 Career
2.6 Salyut 5/Almaz 3 (June 22, 1976-August 8, 1977)
2.6.1 Salyut 5 Specifications
2.6.2. Salyut 5 Notable Features
2.6.3 Salyut 5 Career
2.7 Salyut 6/DOS-5 (September 29, 1977-July 29, 1982)
2.7.1 Salyut 6 Specifications
2.7.2 Salyut 6 Notable Features
2.7.3 Salyut 6 Career
2.7.3.1 Salyut 6 Principal Expedition 1
2.7.3.2 Salyut 6 Principal Expedition 2
2.7.3.3 Salyut 6 Principal Expedition 3
2.7.3.4 Salyut 6 Principal Expedition 4
2.7.3.5 Salyut 6 Principal Expedition 5
2.7.3.6 Salyut 6 Principal Expedition 6
2.8 Salyut 7/DOS-6 (April 19, 1982-February 7, 1991)
2.8.1 Salyut 7 Specifications
2.8.2 Salyut 7 Notable Features
2.8.3 Salyut 7 Career
2.8.3.1 Salyut 7 Principal Expedition 1
2.8.3.2 Salyut 7 Principal Expedition 2
2.8.3.3 Salyut 7 Principal Expedition 3
2.8.3.4 Salyut 7 Principal Expedition 4
2.8.3.5 Salyut 7 Principal Expedition 5
2.8.3.6 Salyut 7 Principal Expedition 6
2.9 Mir/DOS-7 (February 19, 1986-present)
2.9.1 Mir Specifications
2.9.2 Mir Base Block Detailed Description and Notable Features
2.9.3 Mir Career to Date
2.9.3.1 Mir Principal Expedition 1 (Salyut 7 Principal Expedition 6)
2.9.3.2 Mir Principal Expedition 2 (a)
2.9.3.3 Mir Principal Expedition 2 (b)
2.9.3.4 Mir Principal Expedition 3
2.9.3.5 Mir Principal Expedition 4
2.9.3.6 Mir Principal Expedition 5
2.9.3.7 Mir Principal Expedition 6
2.9.3.8 Mir Principal Expedition 7
2.9.3.9 Mir Principal Expedition 8
2.9.3.10 Mir Principal Expedition 9
2.9.3.11 Mir Principal Expedition 10
2.9.3.12 Mir Principal Expedition 11
2.9.3.13 Mir Principal Expedition 12
2.9.3.14 Mir Principal Expedition 13
2.9.3.15 Mir Principal Expedition 14
2.9.3.16 Mir Principal Expedition 15
2.9.3.17 Mir Principal Expedition 16
2.9.3.18 Mir Principal Expedition 17
2.10 References for Part 2

Part 3 - Space Station Modules

3.1 General Description
3.2 Detailed Overview (1962-Present)
3.2.1 The Beginning of Soviet Multimodular Space Stations (1962-1964)
3.2.2 TKS (1970-1978)
3.2.3 Space Station Modules (1985-Present)
3.2.4 Space Tugs (1987-Present)
3.3 TKS (1976-1983)
3.3.1 TKS Specifications
3.3.2 TKS Notable Features
3.3.4 TKS Missions
3.4 Cosmos 1686
3.4.1 Cosmos 1686 Specifications
3.4.2 Cosmos 1686 Notable Features
3.5 Kvant
3.5.1 Kvant Specifications
3.5.2 Kvant Notable Features
3.6 Kvant 2
3.6.1 Kvant 2 Specifications
3.6.2 Kvant 2 Notable Features
3.7 Kristall
3.7.1 Kristall Specifications
3.7.2 Kristall Notable Features
3.8 Space Tugs
3.8.1 Kvant Functional Service Module (1987-1988)
3.8.2 Polyus Service Module (1987)
3.9 References for Part 3

Part 4 - Comparative Chronology of U.S. and Soviet/Russian Manned Spaceflight

Index