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Space commemorative cover
or Space Cover.
Cosmodrom : Baikonur
Date of Cancellation: April 17, 2020
Printed: 100 units
Kind of Event : Recovery
Launch pad : Baikonur KAZ
Mission type : Life in space, and long durations
ou?/where?: au sol - ground
autographe?: non - none
Description : Landing 149 km southeast of Dzheskasgan.
Following an only six-hours solo flight Soyuz MS-15 docked to ISS on September 25, 2019. With the undocking of Soyuz MS-12 on October 03, 2019 Oleg Skripochka, and Jessica Meir became the ISS Expedition 61 (together with ISS Expedition 60 crew members Aleksandr Skvortsov, Luca Parmitano, Andrew Morgan and Christina Koch). Expedition 61 became a six-person-crew.
The Soyuz spacecraft is composed of three elements attached end-to-end - the Orbital Module, the Descent Module and the Instrumentation/Propulsion Module. The crew occupied the central element, the Descent Module. The other two modules are jettisoned prior to re-entry. They burn up in the atmosphere, so only the Descent Module returned to Earth.
The deorbit burn lasted 261 seconds. Having shed two-thirds of its mass, the Soyuz reached Entry Interface - a point 400,000 feet (121.9 kilometers) above the Earth, where friction due to the thickening atmosphere began to heat its outer surfaces. With only 23 minutes left before it lands on the grassy plains of central Asia, attention in the module turned to slowing its rate of descent.
Landing 149 km southeast of Dzheskasgan.
SPACE REVUE : 12 - 2020
Last modified: 12/28/2020 @ 17h03
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SOYUZ MS-15 · EXPEDITION 61-62