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Soyuz TMA-03M Союз ТМА-03M Mission statistics Mission name Soyuz TMA-03M Союз ТМА-03M Crew size 3 Launch date November 30, 2011[1][2] Landing June 2012[2] Related missions Previous mission Subsequent mission Soyuz TMA-22 Soyuz TMA-04M Soyuz TMA-03M is a planned 2011 flight to the International Space Station. It will transport three members of the Expedition 30 crew to the International Space Station. TMA-03M will be the 112th flight of a Soyuz spacecraft, the first flight launching in 1967. The Soyuz will most likely remain on board the space station for the Expedition 30 increment to serve as an emergency escape vehicle. Crew Position[2][3] Crew Member Commander Oleg Kononenko, Roscosmos Expedition 30 Second spaceflight Flight Engineer 1 André Kuipers, ESA Expedition 30 Second spaceflight Flight Engineer 2 Donald Pettit, NASA Expedition 30 Third spaceflight References ^ NASA. "Consolidated Launch Manifest". NASA. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/structure/iss_manifest.html. Retrieved June 6, 2011.  ^ a b c ESA astronaut André Kuipers to spend six months on the ISS starting in 2011 ^ NASA HQ (2009). "NASA and its International Partners Assign Space Station Crews". NASA. http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2009/oct/HQ_09-233_Space_Station_Crews.html. Retrieved October 7, 2009.  v · d · eSoyuz programme Soyuz 7K-OK (1967–1971) 1 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 Soyuz 7K-OKS (1971) 10 · 11 Soyuz 7K-T (1973–1981) 12 · 13 · 14 · 15 · 17 · 18a · 18 · 21 · 23 · 24 · 25 · 26 · 27 · 28 · 29 · 30 · 31 · 32 · 33 · 34 · 35 · 36 · 37 · 38 · 39 · 40 Soyuz 7K-TM (1974–1976) 16 · 19 · 22 Soyuz-T (1976–1986) T-2 · T-3 · T-4 · T-5 · T-6 · T-7 · T-8 · T-9 · T-10-1 · T-10 · T-11 · T-12 · T-13 · T-14 · T-15 Soyuz-TM (1986–2003) TM-2 · TM-3 · TM-4 · TM-5 · TM-6 · TM-7 · TM-8 · TM-9 · TM-10 · TM-11 · TM-12 · TM-13 · TM-14 · TM-15 · TM-16 · TM-17 · TM-18 · TM-19 · TM-20 · TM-21 · TM-22 · TM-23 · TM-24 · TM-25 · TM-26 · TM-27 · TM-28 · TM-29 · TM-30 · TM-31 · TM-32 · TM-33 · TM-34 Soyuz-TMA (2003–2012) TMA-1 · TMA-2 · TMA-3 · TMA-4 · TMA-5 · TMA-6 · TMA-7 · TMA-8 · TMA-9 · TMA-10 · TMA-11 · TMA-12 · TMA-13 · TMA-14 · TMA-15 · TMA-16 · TMA-17 · TMA-18 · TMA-19  · TMA-20 Soyuz-TMA-M (2010–) TMA-01M Current TMA-21 · TMA-02M Planned TMA-22 · TMA-03M · TMA-04M · TMA-05M · TMA-06M · TMA-07M · TMA-08M · TMA-09M · TMA-10M · TMA-11M Unmanned Kosmos 133 · Kosmos 140 · Kosmos 186 · Kosmos 188 · Kosmos 212 · Kosmos 213 · Kosmos 238 · Soyuz 2 · Kosmos 379 · Kosmos 396 · Kosmos 398 · Kosmos 434 · Kosmos 496 · Kosmos 573 · Kosmos 613 · Kosmos 638 · Kosmos 656 · Kosmos 670 · Kosmos 672 · Kosmos 772 · Soyuz 20 · Kosmos 869 · Kosmos 1001 · Kosmos 1074 · Soyuz T-1 · Soyuz TM-1 v · d · eHuman spaceflights to the International Space Station Current Soyuz TMA-21 · Soyuz TMA-02M Planned Soyuz TMA-22 · Soyuz TMA-03M · Soyuz TMA-04M · Soyuz TMA-05M · Soyuz TMA-06M · Soyuz TMA-07M · Soyuz TMA-08M · Soyuz TMA-09M · Soyuz TMA-10M · Soyuz TMA-11M Completed STS-88 · STS-96 · STS-101 · STS-106 · STS-92 · Soyuz TM-31 · STS-97 · STS-98 · STS-102 · STS-100 · Soyuz TM-32 · STS-104 · STS-105 · Soyuz TM-33 · STS-108 · STS-110 · Soyuz TM-34 · STS-111 · STS-112 · Soyuz TMA-1 · STS-113 · Soyuz TMA-2 · Soyuz TMA-3 · Soyuz TMA-4 · Soyuz TMA-5 · Soyuz TMA-6 · STS-114 · Soyuz TMA-7 · Soyuz TMA-8 · STS-121 · STS-115 · Soyuz TMA-9 · STS-116 · Soyuz TMA-10 · STS-117 · STS-118 · Soyuz TMA-11 · STS-120 · STS-122 · STS-123 · Soyuz TMA-12 · STS-124 · Soyuz TMA-13 · STS-126 · STS-119 · Soyuz TMA-14 · Soyuz TMA-15 · STS-127 · STS-128 · Soyuz TMA-16 · STS-129 · Soyuz TMA-17 · STS-130 · Soyuz TMA-18 · STS-131 · STS-132 · Soyuz TMA-19 · Soyuz TMA-01M · Soyuz TMA-20 · STS-133 · STS-134 · STS-135 This article about one or more spacecraft of the Russian Federation is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e