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Expedition 35

ISS Expedition 35
Mission type ISS Expedition
Expedition
Space Station International Space Station
Began 13 March 2013 (2013-03-13)
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Arrived aboard Soyuz TMA-07M
Soyuz TMA-08M
Departed aboard Soyuz TMA-07M
Soyuz TMA-08M
Crew
Crew size 6
Members Expedition 34/35:
Chris Hadfield
Thomas Marshburn
Roman Romanenko

Expedition 35/36:
Christopher Cassidy
Pavel Vinogradov
Aleksandr Misurkin


(l-r) Misurkin, Cassidy, Romanenko, Marshburn, Vinogradov and Hadfield


ISS expeditions
← Expedition 34 Expedition 36

Expedition 35 was the 35th long-duration mission to the International Space Station (ISS). The expedition started 13 March 2013, and marked the first time a Canadian astronaut – Colonel Chris Hadfield – was in command of the station. Expedition 35 was also only the second time an ISS crew is led by neither a NASA astronaut, nor a Roscosmos cosmonaut, after Expedition 21 in 2009, when ESA astronaut Frank De Winne was in command.

Contents

  • Crew 1
  • Mission Highlights 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Crew

Positions First Part
(March 2013)
Second Part
(March 2013 to May 2013)
Commander Chris Hadfield, CSA
Third and last[2] spaceflight
Flight Engineer 1 Thomas Marshburn, NASA
Second spaceflight
Flight Engineer 2 Roman Romanenko, RSA
Second spaceflight
Flight Engineer 3 Christopher Cassidy, NASA
Second spaceflight
Flight Engineer 4 Pavel Vinogradov, RSA
Third spaceflight
Flight Engineer 5 Aleksandr Misurkin, RSA
First spaceflight
Source

NASA[3][4]

Mission Highlights

The mission generated considerable media attention and turned Cmdr. Chris Hadfield into a minor celebrity. The expedition made extensive use of social media, and several videos uploaded to Youtube have generated millions of hits. In particular, Cmdr. Hadfield was involved in the "first music video recorded in space", a rendition of David Bowie's 1969 song "Space Oddity".[5] Cmdr. Hadfield was also involved in the reveal of the Bank of Canada's new $5 note, part of the Frontier Series of polymer bills released in 2013. The reveal occurred via video on the ISS.[6]

During Expedition 35, the SpaceX CRS-2 mission successfully delivered supplies to the station and returned some cargo from space. This was the second of SpaceX's contracted cargo flights to the ISS and the first to use the unpressurized trunk section.

References

  1. ^ "Expedition 35 Crew Lands Safely in Kazakhstan". NASA. Retrieved 2013-05-14. 
  2. ^ Canadian Press (10 June 2013) Astronaut Chris Hadfield to retire from Canadian Space Agency, retrieved 10 June 2013
  3. ^ NASA. "NASA and Its Partners Announce a New Space Station Crew". Retrieved 2010-09-02. 
  4. ^ "NASA And Partners Name Upcoming Space Station Crew Members". NASA. Retrieved 2011-02-19. 
  5. ^ Nancy Atkinson. "Space Oddity: Hadfield Records First Music Video from Space". Retrieved 2014-03-29. 
  6. ^ Lesley Ciarula Taylor. "Astronaut Chris Hadfield helps unveil new Canadian $5 and $10 bills". Retrieved 2014-03-29. 

External links

  • NASA's Space Station Expeditions page
  • An edited version of Chris Hadfield's Space Oddity music video

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