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Can Soyuz go to the moon?

The Soyuz 7K-L1 "Zond" spacecraft was designed to launch men from the Earth to circle the Moon without going into lunar orbit in the context of the Soviet crewed Moon-flyby program in the Moon race. It was based on the Soyuz 7K-OK. Soyuz 7K-L1.ProductionBuilt15Launched12Retired3Related spacecraft

He was also selected to be the first Soviet person to land on the Moon although the project was cancelled. In July 1975, Leonov commanded the Soyuz capsule in the Soyuz–Apollo mission, which docked in space for two days with an American Apollo capsule.

Neither the Soyuz rockets nor the Soyuz vehicles are reusable. The Soyuz spacecraft weigh 7 tonnes; they measure 7.2 m in length and 2.7 m in diameter. With the solar panels open (they remain closed during launch) the Soyuz measures 10.6 m across. A Soyuz vehicle can carry up to three astronauts.

The Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft landed in the designated landing zone in Kazakhstan at 7:28 a.m. Eastern, four hours after undocking from the International Space Station. The landing appeared to go as planned, with the Soyuz commander, Anton Shkaplerov, saying “we're feeling great” as the Soyuz descended.

Soyuz Returns Astronaut And Cosmonauts From Space Station

The Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft landed in the designated landing zone in Kazakhstan at 7:28 a.m. Eastern, four hours after undocking from the International Space Station. The landing appeared to go as planned, with the Soyuz commander, Anton Shkaplerov, saying “we're feeling great” as the Soyuz descended.

Soyuz Returns Astronaut And Cosmonauts From Space Station

The Soyuz-2 has replaced the Molniya-M, Soyuz-U and Soyuz-FG since 2010, 2017 and 2019 respectively. TsSKB-Progress halted production of Soyuz-U in April 2015; the final flight of a Soyuz-U rocket took place on 22 February 2017, carrying Progress MS-05 to the International Space Station (ISS).

There have been three failed launches of a crewed Soyuz vehicle: Soyuz 18a in 1975, Soyuz T-10a in 1983 and Soyuz MS-10 in October 2018. The 1975 failure was aborted after escape-tower jettison.

The Soyuz takes cosmonauts and astronauts to and from the space station. A Soyuz has room for three people to ride in it. The spacecraft also brings food and water to the space station. The Soyuz is like a lifeboat.

Difference Soyuz Progress? Progress (spacecraft)

The Progress M is essentially the same spacecraft as the Progress, but it features improvements based on the Soyuz-T and Soyuz-TM designs. It can spend up to 30 days in autonomous flight and is able to carry 100 kg (220 lb) more.

Difference  Soyuz  Progress? Progress (spacecraft)

Soyuz (spacecraft)SpecificationsStatusIn serviceMaiden launchKosmos 133: 28 November 1966 (uncrewed) Soyuz 1: 23 April 1967 (crewed)Last launchActive Latest launch: Soyuz MS-21: 18 March 2022 (crewed)Related spacecraft

Tickets to travel on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft to the moon will cost $200 million for a solo trip, or $100 million per ticket for a two-person flight. Space Adventures has identified approximately 1,000 people with the financial capablity to afford the flight.

Rakesh Sharma became the first Indian citizen to go into space. He flew aboard in the Soviet rocket Soyuz T-11, as part of a three member Soviet-Indian crew.

Around The Barrier Wall

Moon Kingdom Power Moon 11 - Around the Barrier Wall You can find this Power Moon in Quadrant B3, inside the Underground Moon Caverns. Go to the section with the Bullet Bills. Capture one of the Banzai Bills and fly towards the long wall. Look behind it to find a ledge with the Power Moon on it.

Around The Barrier Wall

According to NASA's plan, Artemis 1 will lift off from Pad 39B €” the same launch pad used by the Apollo 10 mission to orbit the moon in 1969, as well as Skylab and Apollo-Soyuz missions €” and take about a week to reach lunar orbit.

"The main objective to go back to the moon is to build on that science of human survival and deep space, but also to explore the resources of the moon in the histories of the moon to learn not only about it, but what it can tell us about our planet, about our solar system, about our origins, and how to go beyond that