Marianne J. Dyson

International Space Station (ISS) Crews

Numbers are assigned to crewmembers in the order their names appeared in the press kit lists with commanders and pilots first, and may not reflect the actual order that people boarded the ISS. First names are provided only when there are multiple crewmembers with the same last name. This list ends with the Expedition 30 in 2011, after the last space shuttle flight. Please send comments/corrections to Marianne.

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Mission Crew Running total Women total Foreign Total
STS-88
1998
Cabana
Struckcow
Currie
Ross
Newman
Krikalev
1
2
3
4
5
6
 
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
1 Russia
STS-96
1999
Rominger
Husband
Ochoa
Jernigan
Barry
Payette
Tokarev
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
 
 
2
3
 
4
 
 
 
 
 
2 Canada 1
3 Russia 2
STS-101
2000
Halsell
Horowitz
Weber
Williams, Jeff
Voss, James
Helms
Usachev
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
 
 
5
 
 
6
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
4 Russia 3
STS-106
2000
Wilcutt
Altman
Lu
Mastacchio
Burbank
Malenchenko
Morukov
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
   
 
 
 
 
5 Russia 4
6 Russia 5
STS-92
2000
Duffy
Melroy
Wakata
Wisoff
Chiao
McArthur
Lopez-Algria
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
 
7
 
 
7 Japan 1
Expedition 1
Nov. 2000-March 2001
(TM 31)
Shepard
Gidzenko
Krikalev
35
36
Second*
   
 
Second
STS-97 Jett
Bloomfield
Garneau
Tanner
Noriega
37
38
39
40
41
   
 
8 CSA 2
STS-98
February 2001
 
Cockrell
Polansky
Ivins
Jones, Thomas
Curbeam
42
43
44
45
46
 
 
8
 
STS-102
March 2001
Wetherbee
Kelly, James
Thomas
Richards
Usachev (up)
Helms (up)
Voss, James (up)
47
48
49
50
51
Second
Second
 
 
 
 
 
Second
 
 
 
 
9 Russia 6
Expedition 2
March-August 2001
Usachev
Voss
Helms
   
 
 
 
STS-100
April 2001
Rominger
Ashby
Hadfield
Parazynski
Guidoni
Lonchakov
52
53
54
55
56
57
   
 
 
 
10 ESA 1
11 Russia 7
Soyuz TM 32
April 2001
Musabayev
Baturin
Tito
58
59
60
 
 
Tourist 1
 
STS-104
July 2001
Lindsey
Hobaugh
Gernhardt
Reilly
Kavandi
61
62
63
64
65
 
 
 
 
9
 
STS-105
August 2001
Horowitz
Sturkcow
Barry
Forrester
Culbertson (up)
Dezhurov (up)
Tyurin (up)
Second
Second
Second
66
67
68
69
   
 
 
 
 
12 Russia 8
13 Russia 9
Expedition 3
Aug.-Dec 2001
Culbertson
Dezhurov
Tyurin
     
Soyuz TM-33
October 2001
Afanasyev
Haignere
Kozeyev
70
71
72
  14 Russia 10
15 ESA 2
16 Russia 11
STS-108
December 2001
Gorie
Kelly, Mark
Godwin
Tani
Onufrenko (up)
Bursch (up)
Walz (up)
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
 
 
10
 
 
 
 
17 Russia 12
Expedition 4 Dec.
2001-June 2002
Onufrienko
Bursch
Walz
     
STS-110
April 2002
Bloomfield
Frick
Ross
Smith, Steven
Ochoa
Morin
Walheim
80
81
Second
82
Second
83
84
 
 
 
 
Second
 
Soyuz TM 34
April 2002
Gidzenko
Vittori
Shuttleworth
Second
85
86
 
 
Tourist 2
Second
18 ESA 3
19 South Africa
STS-111
June 2002
Cockrell
Lockhart
Chang-Diaz
Perrin
Korzun (up)
Whitson (up)
Treshev (up)
Second
87
88
89
90
91
92
 
 
 
 
 
11
 
 
 
 
20 Russia 13
 
21 Russia 14
Expedition 5
June-Dec. 2002
Korzun
Whitson
Treschev
     
STS-112
Oct. 2002
Ashby
Melroy
Wolf, David
Sellers
Magnus
Yurchikhin
93
94
95
96
97
98
 
12
 
 
13
 
 
 
 
 
22 Russia 15
Soyuz TMA-1
October 2002
Zalyotin
Winne
Lonchakov
99
100
Second
  23 Russia 16
24 ESA 4
Second
STS-113
Nov. 2002
Wetherbee
Lockhart
Lopez-Alegria
Herrington
Bowersox (up)
Budarin (up)
Pettit (up)
Second
Second
Second
101
102
103
104
   
 
 
 
 
25 Russian 17
Expedition 6
Nov. 2002-May 2003
Bowersox
Pettit
Budarin
     
Soyuz TMA 2
April 2003
Malenchenko
Lu
105
second
  26 Russia 18
Expedition 7
April-October 2003
Malenchenko
Lu
     
Soyuz TMA 3
October 2003
Kaleri
Foale
Duque
106
107
108
  27 Russia 19
 
28 ESA 5
Expedition 8
October 2003-April 2004
Foale
Kaleri
     
Soyuz TMA 4
April 2004
Padalka
Fincke
Kuipers
109
110
111
  29 Russia 20
 
30 ESA 6
Expedition 9
April-October 2004
Padalka
Fincke
     
Soyuz TMA 5
October 2004
Sharipov
Chiao
Shargin
112
Second
113
  31 Uzbekistan
 
32 Russia 21
Expedition 10
October 2004-April 2005
Chiao
Sharipov
     
Soyuz TMA 6 Krikalev
Phillips
Vittori
Third
114
115
  Third
 
33 ESA 6
Expedition 11
April-Oct. 2005
Krikalev
Phillips
     
STS-114
July 2005
Collins
Kelly, James
Noguchi
Robinson
Thomas, Andrew
Lawrence
Camarda
116
Second
117
118
119
120
121
14
 
 
 
 
15
 
 
34 Japan 2
Soyuz TMA 7
October 2005
Tokarev
McArthur
Olsen
122
Second
123
 
 
Tourist 3
34 Russia 22
Expedition 12
October 2005-April 2006
McArthur
Tokarev
     
Soyuz TMA 8
March 2006
Vinogradov
Williams, Jeff
Pontes
124
Second
125
  35 Russia 23
 
36 Brazil
Expedition 13
April-Sept.2006
Vinogradov
Williams, Jeff
     
STS-121
July 2006
Lindsey
Kelly, Mark
Sellers
Fossum
Nowak
Wilson
Reiter
126
Second
Second
127
128
129
130
 
 
 
 
16
17 Black
 
STS-115
Sept. 2006
Jett
Ferguson
Tanner
Burbank
MacLean
Stefanyshyn-Piper
131
132
133
Second
134
135
 
 
 
 
 
18
 
 
 
 
37 CSA 3
Soyuz TMA 9
Sept. 2006
Tyurin
Lopez-Alegria
Ansari
Second
Third
137
 
 
19 Tourist 4
Second Russia
 
(Iran)
Expedition 14
Sept. 2006-April 2007
Lopez-Algria
Tyurin
Reiter
     
STS-116
Dec. 2006
Polansky
Oefelein
Curbeam
Higginbotham
Patrick
Fuglesang
Williams, Suni (up)
Second
138
Second
139
140
141
142
 
 
 
20
 
 
21
 
 
 
 
 
38 ESA 7
Expedition 15
April-Oct. 2007
Turchikim
Kotov
Williams, Suni
     
Soyuz TMA 10
April 2007
Kotov
Turchikin
Simonyi
143
144
145
 
 
Tourist 5
39 Russia 24
40 Russia 25
(Hungary)
STS-117
June 2007
 
Sturckow
Archambault
Reilly
Swanson
Forrester
Olivas
Anderson (up)
Third
146
147
148
149
150
151
   
STS-118
August 2007
Polansky
Hobaugh
Williams, Dafydd
Morgan
Mastracchio
Caldwell
Drew
Third
Second
152
153
Second
154
155
 
 
 
22 Teacher
 
23
 
 
41 CSA 4
Soyuz TMA 11
Oct. 2007
Malenchenko
Whitson
Shukor
Second
Second
156
 
Second
Tourist 6
Second Russia
 
42 Malaysia
Expedition 16
October2007-April 2008
Whitson
Malenchenko
Anderson
  ISS cdr  
STS-120
Oct. 2007
Melroy
Zamka
Paracynski
Wheelock
Wilson
Niespol
Tani (up)
Second
157
158
159
Second
160
Second
Second
 
 
 
Second
 
 
 
 
 
43 ESA 8
Expedition 16 B** Whitson
Malenchenko
Tani
     
STS-122
Feb. 2008
Frick
Poindexter
Walheim
Love
Melvin
Schlegal
Eyharts (up)
Second
161
162
163
164
165
166
   
 
 
 
 
44 ESA 9
45 ESA 10
Expedition 16 C
Feb. 2008
Whitson
Malenchenko
Eyharts
     
STS-123
March 2008
Gorie
Johnson, Greg
Linnehan
Behnken
Foreman
Doi
Reisman (up)
Second
167
168
169
170
171
172
   
 
 
 
 
46 Japan 3
Expedition 16 D
March-April 2008
Whitson
Malenchenko
Reisman
     
Soyuz TMA 12 April 2008 Volkov
Kononenko
So-yeon Yi
173
174
175
(son)
 
24
47 Russia 26
48 Russia 27
49 Korea 1
Expedition 17
April 2008
Volkov
Kononenko
Reisman
     
STS-124
May 2008
Kelly, Mark
Ham, Ken
Nyberg
Garan
Fossum
Hoshide
Chamitoff (up)
Third
176
177
178
Second
179
180
 
 
25
 
 
 
 
 
50 Japan 4
Expedition 17 B
June 2008
Volkov
Kononenko
Chamitoff
     
Soyuz TMA 13
Oct. 2008
Lonchakov
Fincke
Garriott
Third
Second
181
 
 
Tourist 7
Third
 
 
Expedition 18
Oct. 2008
Fincke
Lonchakov
Chamitoff
     
STS-126
Nov. 2008
Ferguson, Chris
Boe
Bowen
Stefanyshyn-Piper
Pettit
Kimbrough
Magnus (up)
Second
182
183
Second
Third
184
Second
 
 
 
Second
 
Second
 
Expedition 18 B
Nov. 2008
Fincke
Lonchakov
Magnus
     
STS-119
March 2009
Archambault
Antonelli
Phillips
Swanson
Acaba
Arnold
Wakata (up)
Magnus (down)
Second
185
Second
Second
186
187
Second
   
 
 
 
Teacher
Teacher
Second Japan
Expedition 18 C
March 2009
Fincke
Lonchakov
Wakata
     
Soyuz TMA 14
March 2009
Padalka (up)
Barratt (up)
Simonyi
Second
188
Second
   
 
1st repeat tourist
Expedition 19
April 2009
Padalka
Barratt
Wakata
     
Soyuz TMA 15
March 2009
Romanenko (up)
DeWinne (up)
Thirsk
189
Second
190
  51 Russia 28
52 ESA 11 (Belgium)
Second Canada
Expedition 20
May 2009
Padalka
Barratt
Wakata
Romanenko
DeWinne
Thirsk
     
STS-127
July 2009
Polansky
Hurley
Cassidy
Mashburn
Wolf
Kopra (up)
Payette
Wakata (down)
4th ISS
191
192
193
3rd ISS ISS
194
195
 
 
 
 
 
 
26
 
 
 
 
 
 
53 Canada (two Canadians onboard)
Expedition 20A
2009
Padalka
Romanenko
DeWinne
Thirsk
Kopra
Barratt
     
STS-128
August 2009
Sturckow
Ford
Olivas
Forrester
Hernandez
Fuglesang
Stott (up)
Kopra (down)
4th ISS
196
2nd ISS
3rd ISS
197
2nd ISS
198
 
 
 
 
 
 
27
 
 
 
 
 
54 ESA 12(Sweden)
Expedition 20B
2009
Padalka
Barratt
DeWinne
Thirsk
Romanenko
Stott
     
Soyuz TMA 16
September 2009
Surayev
Williams,Jeff N.
Laliberte'
199
3rd ISS
200
 
 
Tourist 8
55 Russia 29
 
56 France 1
Expedition 21
October 2009
DeWinne
Romanenko
Thirsk
Williams,Jeff N.
Surayev
Stott
    1st ESA ISS CDR
STS-129
Nov. 2009
Hobaugh
Wilmore
Melvin
Foreman
Bresnik
Satcher
Stott (down)
3rd ISS
201
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
202
203
   
Expedition 22
November 2009
Williams,Jeff N.
Romanenko
Thirsk
DeWinne
Surayev
     
Expedition 22B
November 2009
Williams,Jeff N.
Surayev
     
Soyuz TMA 17
December 2009
Kotov
Creamer
Noguchi
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
204
   
 
57 Japan 5
Expedition 22C
November 2009
Williams, Jeff N.
Surayev
Kotov
Noguchi
Creamer
     
STS-130
Feb. 2010
Zamka
Virts
Behnken
Patrick
Hire
Robinson
2nd ISS
205
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
206
3rd ISS
 
 
 
 
28
 
STS-131
March 2010
Poindexter
Dutton
Mastracchio
Anderson
Metcalf-Lindenburger
Wilson
Yamazaki
2nd ISS
207
3rd ISS
3rd ISS
208
 
3rd ISS
209
 
 
 
 
29 woman
 
30 woman
31 woman
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
58 Japan 6
Soyuz TMA 18
April 2010
Skvortsov
Korniyenko
Caldwell Dyson
210
211
2nd ISS
 
 
59 Russia 30
60 Russia 31
Expedition 23
April 2010
Kotov
Noguchi
Creamer
Skvortsov
Korniyenko
Caldwell Dyson
     
STS-132
May 2010
Ham
Antonelli
Bowen
Good
Reisman
Sellers
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
3rd ISS
   
Soyuz TMA 19
June 2010
Yurchikhin
Wheelock
Walker, Shannon
3rd ISS
2nd ISS
212
 
 
32 woman
 
Expedition 24
June 2010
Skvortsov
Korniyenko
Caldwell Dyson
Yurchikhin
Wheelock
Walker, Shannon
     
Expedition 25
September 2010
Wheelock
Walker, Shannon
Yurchikhin
     
Soyuz TMA 01M
October 2010
Kelly,Scott
Kalari
Skripochka
2nd ISS
213
214
 
 
 
 
61 Russia 32
62 Russia 33
Expedition 25A
October 2010
Wheelock
Walker,Shannon
Yurchikhin
Kelly,Scott
Kalari,
Skripochka
           
Expedition 26
November 2010
Kelly, Scott
Kalari
Skripochka
     
Soyuz TMA 20
December 2010
Kondratyev
Coleman
Nespoli
215
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
 
woman
63 Russia 34
 
ESA
Expedition 26A
2010
Kelly, Scott
Kalari
Skripochka
Kondratyev
Coleman
Nespoli
     
STS-133
February 2011
Lindsey
Boe
Drew
Barratt
Bowen
Stott
4th ISS
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
 
 
 
 
 
woman
 

Soyuz TMA 21
April 2011

Borisenko
Samokutyayev
Garan
216
217
2nd ISS
  64 Russia 35
65Russia 36
Expedition 27
2011
Kondratyev
Coleman
Nespoli
Borisenko
Samokutyayev
Garan
     
STS-134
April 2011
Mark Kelly
Gregory Johnson
Fincke
Chamitoff
Feustel
Vittori
4th ISS
2nd ISS
3rd ISS
3rd ISS
2nd ISS
3rd ISS
 
 
 
 
 
ESA
Expedition 28
2011
Borisenko
Samokutyayev
Garan
       
Soyuz TMA 02M
June 2011
Volkov
Fossum
Furukawa
2nd ISS
3rd ISS
218
  Russia
 
66 Japan 7
Expedition 28A
2011
Borisenko
Samokutyayev
Garan
Volkov
Fossum
Furukawa
     
STS-135
July 2011
Ferguson
Hurley
Magnus
Walheim
3rd ISS
2nd ISS
3rd ISS
3rd ISS
 
 
 
Expedition 29
September 2011
Fossum
Volkov
Furukawa
     
Soyuz TMA 22
November 2011
Burbank
Shkaplerov
Ivanishin
3rd ISS
219
220
 
67 Russia 37
68 Russia 38
Expedition 29A
November 2011
Fossum
Volkov
Furukawa
Burbank
Shkaplerov
Ivanishin
     
Expedition 30
November 2011
Burbank
Shkaplerov
Ivanishin
     
Soyuz TMA 03M
December 2011
Pettit
Kononenko
Kuipers
3rd ISS
2nd ISS
2nd ISS
   
Expedition 30
December 2011
Burbank
Shkaplerov
Ivanishin
Pettit
Kononenko
Kuipers
     
SUMMARY
End of 2011
30 Expeditions 220 individuals 32 women 152 US
38 Russia
7 Japan
12 ESA
3 Other
8 Tourists

* Second/Third refers to the person's second or third trip to the ISS. Non-ISS flights (such as to Hubble) are not counted here.

** Starting with Expedition 16, members of the expedition crews were rotated separately from their commanders. I decided to label these new groups with letters, B, C, D, etc.

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