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Mission or Study ID:   Expedition 67
International Space Station (ISS)
International Space Station
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Expedition 67 began on March 30, 2022 with the departure of the Soyuz MS-19 and its crew of three. Remaining behind were Flight Engineers Raja Chari (NASA), Kayla Barron (NASA), Matthias Maurer (ESA), Oleg Artemyev (RSA), Denis Matveev (RSA), Sergey Korsakov (RSA), and Commander Tom Marshburn (NASA).

The Expedition 67 crew will grow by four when they are joined in mid to late April by Kjell N. Lindgren (NASA), Bob Hines (NASA), Jessica Watkins (NASA), and Samantha Cristoforetti (ESA) who will launch on the SpaceX Crew-4 spacecraft. A few days after their arrival, the Expedition 67 crew will once again become a crew of seven as Marshburn turns command over to Artemyev and the crew of Crew-3, including Marshburn, Chari, Barron, and Maurer, will depart the station for home.

While operating and maintaining the space station's systems, the Expedition 67 crew will continue to operate the many science experiments in progress as well as initiate new investigations and undertake technology demonstrations.

They will also experience several firsts. The first private mission to the station will take place in parallel with Expedition 67 for eight days in April. Axiom Mission 1 (AX-1) by Axiom Space is expected to launch with a crew of four on April 6 on a SpaceX rocket. Later, in May, Boeing’s second uncrewed flight test (OFT-2) of the CST-100 Starliner is planned to take place. The CST-100 Starliner is Boeing’s entry in the Commercial Crew program.

Two additional crewed flights are expected in September as Expedition 67 approaches its conclusion. SpaceX Crew-5 carrying a crew of four is expected to arrive in early September while the Soyuz MS-22 carrying a crew of three is expected in mid to late September.

Expedition 67 is expected to conclude in late September.

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