Remaining Expedition 25 crew launch to space
Saturday, October 9, 2010
The rocket, a, launched at 23:10 (5:10 AM Kazakhstan time) and reached orbit in just under ten minutes. The Soyuz launched from the .
The crew members of Soyuz TMA-01M will join fellow Expedition 25 crew members, and aboard the space station on Saturday. Docking is expected to occur at about 8:02 PM EDT (0:02 UTC Sunday) to the of the ISS. Upon arrival, the remaining Expedition 25 crew will begin a five month stay aboard the space station.
The Soyuz TMA-01M mission is the 107th flight utilizing the Soyuz spacecraft and the first to utilize digital flight control systems.
- "Remaining Expedition 25 crew to launch to International Space Station" — Wikinews, October 6, 2010
- William Atkins. "Soyuz TMA-01M blasts space travelers toward Space Station" — , October 8, 2010
- "Three New Station Crew Members Launch from Kazakhstan" — , October 7, 2010
- "New Crew Members Set for Saturday Arrival" — , October 7, 2010