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October 4, 1957

Soviets launch Sputnik 1, the world's first artificial satellite

January 31, 1958

United States launches its first Earth orbiting satellite, Explorer 1

October 1, 1958

National Aeronautics and Space Administration created

January 2, 1959

Luna I launched by the USSR

April 12, 1961

Yuri A. Gagarin becomes the first man in space and the first man to orbit Earth aboard Vostok I

May 5, 1961

Alan B. Shepard Jr. becomes the first American to fly into space

August 6, 1961

Gherman Titov, 17 orbits in Vostok 2

February 20, 1962

John H. Glenn Jr. becomes the first U.S. Astronaut to orbit the Earth

May 24, 1962

Scott Carpenter, Mercury Aurora 7, the fourth American in space, was launched on the 24th of May 1962, he orbited the Earth 3 times before landing safely.

August 11, 1962

Andrian Nikolayev, 64 orbits in Vostok 3. Landed August 15, 1962. Joint Flight with Vostok 4

August 12, 1962

Pavel Popovich, 48 orbits. Landed August 15, 1962. Joint Flight with Vostok 3.

October 3, 1962

Walter M. Schirra, fifth American in Space, Sigma 7, Mercury Atlas 8. 6 orbits.

May 15, 1963

L. Gordon Cooper, Sixth American in Space, Faith 7. Mercury Atlas 9. 22 orbits.

Mercury Program ends with Gordo Cooper's Flight. The Seventh Mercury Astronaut, Donald K. 'Deke' Slayton, did not get a flight because of a Heart Condition. He would later fly on the Apollo - Soyuz Test Project.

June 14, 1963

Valery Bylovsky, 81 orbits in Vostok 5. Joint Flight with Vostok 6. Landed June 19, 1963.

June 16, 1963

Valentina Tereshkova, first woman in space and first woman to orbit, 48 orbits in Vostok 6. Joint Flight with Vostok 5. Landed June 19, 1963.

October 12, 1964

Vladimir Komarov, Konstantin Feoktistov and Boris Yegorov orbit in Voskhod 1.

March 18, 1965

Pavel Belyaev and Alexei Leonov orbit in Voskhod 2. Alexei Leonov makes first ever space walk.

March 23, 1965

Virgil I "Gus" Grissom and John W. Young orbit in Gemini 3.

June 3 - 7, 1965

James A. McDivitt and Edward H. White orbit in Gemini 4. Edward H. White, Jr., becomes the first U.S. Astronaut to conduct a space walk.

August 21 - 29, 1965

L. Gordon Cooper and Charles 'Pete' Conrad orbit in Gemini 5.

December 15 - 16, 1965

Walter M. Schirra and Thomas P. Stafford orbit in Gemini 6.

December 4-18, 1965

Frank Borman and James A. Lovell orbit in Gemini 7.

March 16, 1966

Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott orbit in Gemini 8, a flight that nearly costs them their lives.

June 3 - 6, 1966

Thomas P. Stafford and Eugene A. "Gene" Cernan orbit in Gemini 9.

July 18 - 21, 1966

John W. Young and Michael Collins orbit in Gemini 10.

September 12-15, 1966

Charles 'Pete' Conrad and Richard F. "Dick" Gordon orbit in Gemini 11. Gordon and Conrad orbited the Earth 44 times.

November 11 - 15, 1966

James A. Lovell and Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin orbit in Gemini 12. The Last Gemini Program Flight.

January 27, 1967

Astronauts Roger B. Chaffee, Virgil I "Gus" Grissom, and Edward H. White Jr. killed in a fire during a plugs out test of the Apollo 1 Space craft.

April 23, 1967

Soyuz 1. Vladimir Kormarov killed on re-entry.

March 27, 1968

Yuri A. Gagarin, the first man in space, killed in a plane crash

October 11-22, 1968

Walter M. Schirra, Donn Eisele and Walter Cunningham orbit the Earth in Apollo 7. Wally Schirra's Controversial last flight into Space, Wally was the only Astronaut to fly Mercury, Gemini and Apollo Flights..

October 25, 1968

Soyuz 2 launch. Unmanned Docking target for Soyuz 3.

October 26, 1968

Soyuz 3. Georgi Beregovoi gets close to Soyuz 2 but does not dock.

December 21-27, 1968

Frank Borman, James A. Lovell and William A. "Bill" Anders orbit the Moon in Apollo 8. They were the first humans to leave Earth Orbit.

January 14, 1969

Soyuz 4. Vladimir Shatalov successfully docks with Soyuz 5.

January 15, 1969

Soyuz 5. Boris Volynov, Yevgeny Khrunov and Alexei Yeliseyev successfully docks with Soyuz 4.

March 3 - 13, 1969

James A. McDivitt, David R. Scott and Russell L. "Rusty" Schweickart, Apollo 9.

May 18-26, 1969

Thomas P. Stafford, John W. Young and Eugene A. "Gene" Cernan orbit in Apollo 10. The Command Module, "Charlie Brown" can be seen in the Science Museum in London.

July 16-24, 1969

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Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin, Jr. become the first men to walk on the Moon. Michael Collins was Command Module Pilot and remained in Lunar orbit (Apollo 11).

October 11, 1969

Soyuz 6. Georgi Shonin and Valeri Kubasov make joint flight with Soyuz 7 and 8.

October 12, 1969

Soyuz 7. Anatoli Filipchenko, Vladislav Volkov and Viktor Gorbatko make joint flight with Soyuz 6 and 8.

October 13, 1969

Soyuz 8. Vladimir Shatalov and Alexei Yeliseyev make joint flight with Soyuz 6 and 7.

November 14-24, 1969

Apollo 12, launched on the 14th of November, 1969. Alan L. Bean and Charles 'Pete' Conrad landed in the Ocean of Storms on 19th of November 1969. Richard F. "Dick" Gordon was Command Module Pilot and remained in Lunar orbit (Apollo 12).

April 11 - 17, 1970

James A. Lovell, John L. "Jack" Swigert and Fred W. Haise, The near fatal Apollo 13 mission.

June 2, 1970

Soyuz 9. Andrian Nikolayev and Vitaly Sevastyanov make 17.5 day flight, a new space flight duration record.

January 31- February 9, 1971

Alan B. Shepard Jr., Edgar D. "Ed" Mitchell land on the Moon. Stuart A. "Stu" Roosa was Command Module Pilot and remained in Lunar orbit (Apollo 14).

April 19, 1971

Salyut 1 launched

April 23, 1971

Soyuz 10

June 6, 1971

Soyuz 11

July 26 - August 7, 1971

David R. Scott and James B. Irwin land on the Lunar surface. Alfred M. Worden was Command Module Pilot and remained in Lunar orbit (Apollo 15).

April 16 - 27, 1972

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John W. Young and Charles M. "Charlie" Duke land on the Lunar surface. Kenneth "Ken" Mattingly was Command Module Pilot and remained in Lunar orbit (Apollo 16).

December 7-19, 1972

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Eugene A. "Gene" Cernan and Harrison H. "Jack" Schmitt land on the Lunar surface. Ronald E. "Ron" Evans was Command Module Pilot and remained in Lunar orbit (Apollo 17). Gene and Jack were the last men to walk on the the Moon. The Last Apollo Program Flight.

April 3, 1973

Salyut 2 launched, broke up in orbit

May 14, 1973

Skylab Space Station launched by a Saturn 5 Rocket

May 25 - June 22, 1973

Skylab 1. Charles 'Pete' Conrad, Joseph P. Kerwin and Paul J. Weitz launch on the first manned Skylab Flight. Although patches etc. call this flight Skylab 1 it is also referred to as Skylab 2.

July 28- September 25, 1973

Skylab 2. Alan L. Bean, Owen K. Garriott and Jack R. Lousma launch on the second manned mission to Skylab. Also referred to as Skylab 3.

September 27, 1973

Soyuz 12

November 16 1973- February 8, 1974

Skylab 3. Gerald P. Carr, Edward G. Gibson and William R. Pogue launch on the third manned mission to Skylab. Also referred to as Skylab 4. The Last Skylab Mission.

December 18, 1973

Soyuz 13

June 24, 1974

Salyut 2 launched, occupied by crew of Soyuz 14

July 3, 1974

Soyuz 14

August 26, 1974

Soyuz 15

December 2, 1974

Soyuz 16

January 11, 1975

Soyuz 17

April 5, 1975

Soyuz-18-1. Near fatal sub orbital flight

May 24, 1975

Soyuz 18

July 15, 1975

Soyuz 19

November 17, 1975

Soyuz 20

July 6, 1976

Soyuz 21

September 15, 1976

Soyuz 22

October 14, 1976

Soyuz 23

February 7, 1977

Soyuz 24

June 16, 1977

Dr Wernher von Braun dies in Alexandria, Virginia

October 9, 1977

Soyuz 25

December 10, 1977

Soyuz 26

January 10, 1978

Soyuz 27

March 2, 1978

Soyuz 28

June 15, 1978

Soyuz 29

June 27, 1978

Soyuz 30

August 26, 1978

Soyuz 31

February 25, 1979

Soyuz 32

April 10, 1979

Soyuz 33

June 06, 1979

Soyuz 34

April 09, 1980

Soyuz 35

May 26, 1980

Soyuz 36

June 5, 1980

Soyuz T-2

July 23, 1980

Soyuz 37

September 18, 1980

Soyuz 38

November 27, 1980

Soyuz T-3

March 12, 1981

Soyuz T-4

March 22, 1981

Soyuz 39

April 12, 1981

STS-1. First flight of Space Shuttle Columbia. Piloted by John W. Young and Robert L. Crippen.

May 14, 1981

Soyuz 40

November 12, 1981

STS-2, Columbia. Flown by Joe H. Engle and Richard H. "Dick" Truly

March 22, 1982

STS-3, Columbia. Flown by Jack R. Lousma and Gordon C. Fullerton

May 13, 1982

Soyuz T-5

June 24, 1982

Soyuz T-6

June 27, 1982

STS-4, Columbia.

August 19, 1982

Soyuz T-7

November 11, 1982

STS-5, Columbia.

April 4, 1983

STS-6, First flight of Shuttle Challenger. First Shuttle EVA, 2 Astronauts for 3h.47m.

April 20, 1983

Soyuz T-8

June 18, 1983

STS-7, Second Flight for Shuttle Challenger. First Female American Astronaut, Sally K. Ride.

June 27, 1983

Soyuz T-9

August 30, 1983

STS-8, Third Flight of Shuttle Challenger.

September 26, 1983

Soyuz T-10-1. Fire on pad, crew escaped before 2 seconds before launch.

November 28, 1983

STS-9, Columbia.

February 3, 1984

STS-41B, Fourth flight of Shuttle Challenger.

February 8, 1984

Soyuz T-10

April 3, 1984

Soyuz T-11

April 6, 1984

STS-41C, Fifth flight of Shuttle Challenger.

July 17, 1984

Soyuz T-12

August 30, 1984

STS-41D, First flight of Shuttle Discovery carrying second female Astronaut, Judith A. Resnick.

October 5, 1984

STS-41G, Sixth flight of Shuttle Challenger

November 8, 1984

STS-51A, Second flight of Shuttle Discovery

January 24, 1985

STS-51C, Third flight of Shuttle Discovery

April 12, 1985

STS-51D, Fourth flight of Shuttle Discovery

April 29, 1985

STS-51B, Seventh flight of Shuttle Challenger

June 6, 1985

Soyuz T-13

June 17, 1985

STS-51G, Fifth flight of Shuttle Discovery

July 29, 1985

STS-51F, Eighth flight of Shuttle Challenger

August 27, 1985

STS-51I, Sixth flight of Shuttle Discovery

September 17, 1985

Soyuz T-14

October 3, 1985

STS-51J, First Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

October 30, 1985

STS-61A, The Ninth and Final Successful Flight of Challenger

November 27, 1985

STS-61B, Second Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

January 12, 1986

STS-61C, Seventh Flight of Shuttle Columbia

January 28, 1986

STS-51L, Challenger Explodes shortly after take off, there are no survivors.

March 13, 1986

Soyuz T-15

February 5, 1987

Soyuz TM-2

July 22, 1987

Soyuz TM-3

December 21, 1987

Soyuz TM-4

June 7, 1988

Soyuz TM-5

August 29, 1988

Soyuz TM-6

September 29, 1988

STS-26, Seventh Flight of Shuttle Discovery

November 26, 1988

Soyuz TM-7

December 2, 1988

STS-27, Third Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

March 13, 1989

STS-29, Eighth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

May 4, 1989

STS-30, Fourth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

August 8, 1989

STS-28, Eighth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

September 5, 1989

Soyuz TM-8

October 18, 1989

STS-34, Fifth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

November 23, 1989

STS-33, Ninth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

January 9, 1990

STS-32, Ninth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

Feb 11, 1990

Soyuz TM-9

February 28, 1990

STS-36, Sixth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

April 24, 1990

STS-31, Tenth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

August 1, 1990

Soyuz TM-10

October 6, 1990

STS-41, Eleventh Flight of Shuttle Discovery

November 15, 1990

STS-38, Seventh Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

December 2, 1990

Soyuz TM-11

December 2, 1990

STS-35, Tenth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

April 5, 1991

STS-37, Eighth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

April 28, 1991

STS-39, Twelfth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

May 18, 1991

Soyuz TM-12

June 5, 1991

STS-40, Eleventh Flight of Shuttle Columbia

August 2, 1991

STS-43, Ninth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

September 12, 1991

STS-48, Thirteenth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

October 2, 1991

Soyuz TM-13

November 24, 1991

STS-44, Tenth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

January 22, 1992

STS-42, Fourteenth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

March 17, 1992

Soyuz TM-14

March 24, 1992

STS-45, Eleventh Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

May 7, 1992

STS-49, First Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

June 25, 1992

STS-50, Twelfth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

July 27, 1992

Soyuz TM-15

July 31, 1992

STS-46, Twelfth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

September 12, 1992

STS-47, Second Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

October 22, 1992

STS-52, Thirteenth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

December 2, 1992

STS-53, Fifteenth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

January 13, 1993

STS-54, Third Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

January 24, 1993

Soyuz TM-16

April 8, 1993

STS-56, Sixteenth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

April 26, 1993

STS-55, Fourteenth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

June 21, 1993

STS-57, Fourth Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

July 1, 1993

Soyuz TM-17,

September 12, 1993

STS-51, Seventeenth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

October 18, 1993

STS-58, Fifteenth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

December 2, 1993

STS-61, Fifth Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

January 8, 1994

Soyuz-TM18, Viktor Mikhailovich Afanasyev Cdr, Yuri Vladimirovich Usachyov and Valeri Vladimirovich Polyakov.

February 3, 1994

STS-60, Eighteenth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

March 4, 1994

STS-62, Sixteenth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

April 9, 1994

STS-59, Sixth Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

July 1, 1994

Soyuz TM-19

July 8, 1994

STS-65, Seventeenth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

September 9, 1994

STS-64, Nineteenth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

September 30, 1994

STS-68, Seventh Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

October 3, 1994

Soyuz TM-20

November 3, 1994

STS-66, Thirteenth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis

February 3, 1995

STS-63, Twentieth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

March 2, 1995

STS-67, Eighth Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

March 14, 1995

Soyuz TM-21

June 27, 1995

STS-71, Fourteenth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis, First Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

July 13, 1995

STS-70, Twenty-first Flight of Shuttle Discovery

September 3, 1995

Soyuz TM-22

September 7, 1995

STS-69, Ninth Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

October 20, 1995

STS-73, Eighteenth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

November 12, 1995

STS-74, Fifteenth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis, Second Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

January 11, 1996

STS-72, Tenth Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

February 21, 1996

Soyuz TM-23

February 22, 1996

STS-75, Nineteenth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

March 22, 1996

STS-76, Sixteenth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis, Third Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

May 19, 1996

STS-77, Eleventh Flight of Space Shuttle Endeavour

June 20, 1996

STS-78, Twentieth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

August 17, 1996

Soyuz TM-24

September 16, 1996

STS-79, Seventeenth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis, Fourth Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

November 19, 1996

STS-80, Twenty-first Flight of Shuttle Columbia

January 12, 1997

STS-81, Eighteenth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis, Fifth Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

February 10, 1997

Soyuz TM-25

February 11, 1997

STS-82, Twenty-second Flight of Shuttle Discovery

April 4, 1997

STS-83, Twenty-second Flight of Shuttle Columbia

May 15, 1997

STS-84, Nineteenth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis, Sixth Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

July 1, 1997

STS-94, Twenty-third Flight of Shuttle Columbia

August 5, 1997

Soyuz TM-26

August 7, 1997

STS-85, Twenty-third Flight of Shuttle Discovery

September 26, 1997

STS-86, Twentieth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis, Seventh Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

November 19, 1997

STS-87, Twenty-fourth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

January 23, 1998

STS-89, Twelfth Flight of Shuttle Endeavour, Eighth Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

January 29, 1998

Soyuz TM-27

April 17, 1998

STS-90, Twenty-fifth Flight of Shuttle Columbia

June 2, 1998

STS-91, Twenty-fourth Flight of Shuttle Discovery, Ninth Docking of Space Shuttle with Mir Space Station

August 13, 1998

Soyuz TM-28

October 29, 1998

STS-95, Twenty-fifth Flight of Shuttle Discovery

December 4, 1998

STS-88, ISS-2A. Thirteenth Flight of Shuttle Endeavour. First Manned Flight to the ISS.

February 20, 1999

Soyuz TM-29

May 27, 1999

STS-96, ISS-2A 1. Twenty-sixth Flight of Shuttle Discovery. Second Manned Flight to the ISS.

July 23, 1999

STS-93, Twenty-sixth Flight of Shuttle Columbia, Chandra X-Ray Observatory placed in orbit.

December 20, 1999

STS-103, Twenty-seventh Flight of Shuttle Discovery. Hubble servicing mission.

February 11, 2000

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STS-99, Fourteenth Flight of Shuttle Endeavour

April 4, 2000

Soyuz TM-30

May 19, 2000

STS-101, ISS-2A.2a. Twenty-first Flight of Shuttle Atlantis. Third Manned Flight to the ISS.

September 8, 2000

STS-106, ISS-2A.2b. Twenty-second Flight of Shuttle Atlantis. Fourth Manned Flight to the ISS.

October 11, 2000

STS-92, ISS-3A. Twenty-eighth Flight of Shuttle Discovery. Fifth Manned Flight to the ISS. (Sixth manned fly to ISS was Soyuz TM-31)

October 31, 2000

Soyuz TM-31

December 1, 2000

STS-97, ISS-4A. Fifteenth Flight of Shuttle Endeavour. Seventh Manned Flight to the ISS.

February 7, 2001

STS-98, ISS-5A. Twenty-third Flight of Shuttle Atlantis. Eighth Manned Flight to the ISS.

March 8, 2001

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STS-102, ISS-5A.1. Twenty-ninth Flight of Shuttle Discovery. Ninth Manned Flight to the ISS.

April 19, 2001

STS-100, ISS-6A Sixteenth Flight of Shuttle Endeavour. Tenth Manned Flight to the ISS. (Eleventh Manned Flight to the ISS was Soyuz TM-32).

April 28, 2001

Soyuz TM-32

July 12, 2001

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STS-104, ISS-7A. Twenty-fourth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis. Twelfth Manned Flight to the ISS.

August 10, 2001

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STS-105, ISS-7A.1. Thirtieth Flight of Shuttle Discovery. Thirteenth Manned Flight to the ISS. (Fourteenth Manned Flight to the ISS was Soyuz TM-33).

October 21, 2001

Soyuz TM-33

December 5, 2001

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STS-108, ISS-UF1. Seventeenth Flight of Shuttle Endeavour. Fifteenth Manned Flight to the ISS.

March 1, 2002

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STS-109, Twenty-seventh Flight of Shuttle Columbia, Hubble servicing mission.

April 8, 2002

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STS-110, ISS-8A. Twenty-fifth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis. Sixteenth Manned Flight to the ISS

April 25, 2002

Soyuz TM-34

June 5, 2002

STS-111, ISS-UF2. Eighteenth Flight of Shuttle Endeavour. Eighteenth Manned Flight to the ISS.

October 7, 2002

STS-112, ISS-9A. Twenty-sixth Flight of Shuttle Atlantis. Nineteenth Manned Flight to the ISS. (Twentieth Manned Flight to the ISS was Soyuz TMA-1, ISS-5S).

October 30, 2002

Soyuz TMA-1. Sergey Viktorovich Zalyotin, Frank De Winne (ESA) and Yuri Valentinovich Lonchakov

November 24, 2002

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STS-113, ISS-11A. Nineteenth Flight of Shuttle Endeavour. Twenty-first Manned Flight to the ISS.

January 16, 2003

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STS-107, On February 1, 2003, Shuttle Columbia burned up on re entry, there were no survivors.

April 26, 2003

Soyuz TMA-2

October 15, 2003

Shenzhou-5, China's First and Only Manned Space Flight (so far) piloted by Taikonaut, Yang Liwei.

October 18, 2003

Soyuz TMA-3

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