Commercial Space Flights to the ISS

Do you dream of space travel
and admire the Universe?

Today Glavkosmos can make
your dream come true

 

Russia is the leader in human spaceflights

Russia has been exploring space since the 1950s and in many aspects it has been and still is number one:

  • 1961 Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space who made a 108-minute orbital flight in the Vostok-1 spacecraft
  • 1963 Aboard Vostok-6, Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman to travel into space
  • 1965 Alexei Leonov became the first human who made a spacewalk
  • 1986 Orbital station Mir,
    the first one in the world
  • 1990 Toyohiro Akiyama, a Japanese journalist, flew to the Mir Station and was the first commercial space traveler
  • 1991 British chemist Helen Sharman flew to the Mir Station
  • 1998 Russia orbited the first
    ISS segment – Zarya
    Functional Cargo Module
  • 2001 The first space tourist
    Dennis Tito’s flight to the ISS
Coordination of international human space flight projects since 1985 and participation in all recent international human space flight programs executed by Russia:
  • the 1st astronaut from the United Arab Emiratesmore
  • the Indian national human space flight program Gaganyaanmore
 
  • Soyuz MS is the safest crewed spacecraft
  • Soyuz-2.1a is the most reliable launch vehicle
  • Professional and highly qualified team
  • Expertise in management and coordination of international human space flight missions
 

Flight to the ISS

Plan your journey with us

  • Spacewalk
  • Flight to the ISS for non-standard period of up to 30 days
  • “Anticipation of the flight” (zero gravity flights, training in Star City)
  • Development and implementation of the scientific program onboard the ISS
  • Development of special guest set of space food
  • Special offer for the Soyuz spacecraft capsule after coming back to Earth
 
 

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOUR FLIGHT

ISS Configuration:

Length:

109 meters

Size:

about the size of a football field

Weight:

419.7 kg

YOUR SPACECRAFT Soyuz MS

The legendary crewed spacecraft

Launch site

Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan

Launch vehicle

Soyuz-2.1a

Length

6.98 m

Takeoff weight

7 220 kg

Maximum diameter

2.72 m

Seats

3

The program includes the manufacturing of the Soyuz MS crewed spacecraft. Extra cargo can be delivered to the ISS by the Progress MS cargo spacecraft (might be required if the mission is longer than 10 days).
 

YOUR LAUNCH VEHICLE Soyuz-2.1a

The most reliable launch vehicle in the world which will take you to the ISS.

Over 1,000 launches of the Soyuz launch vehicles.

Total stages:

3

Length:

51.1 m

Lift-off mass:

311 t

 

Your stay aboard the ISS

  • Admire unforgettable views of Earth from space
  • Capture and share extraordinary views online
  • Become part of the team
  • Take part in real scientific experiments
  • Take a chance to make a spacewalk
  • Exercise in a weightless environment
  • Enjoy sunrises and sunsets
 

THE CHOICE THAT MATTERS:

  • We have the most extensive experience in human space flights

    more than 160 launches of the Soyuz crewed spacecraft
  • We are always pleased to offer several flight opportunities

    at least two annual launches
  • We are a reliable partner

    most of our missions are interstate; you will be trained by highly qualified professionals
  • Individual approach

    we apply an individual approach to each client
 
Take the first step to make
your dream come true!

Contact us:

+7 499 9724369 (ext. 38922)

sales@glavkosmos.ru

 

Interesting facts

Glavkosmos took an active part in launches of the Indian satellites. In 1988, the Indian satellite IRS-1A was launched from Baikonur, soon followed by the IRS-2B and IRS-1C satellites.

Interesting facts

In 1991, Glavkosmos signed a contract for the development and delivery of a batch of cryogenic oxygen-hydrogen blocks for the third stage of the Indian GSLV rocket. Later, Glavkosmos also designed and supplied equipment for upgrading the cryogenic test facilities in Mahendragiri (ISRO test facility, India).

Interesting facts

The first truly commercial spaceflight of the Japanese journalist Toyohiro Akiyama was performed under the contract between Glavkosmos and Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS in December of 1990).

Interesting facts

In 1987, Glavkosmos started coordinating international human spaceflight projects under contracts with Interkosmos: the first Syrian cosmonaut Muhammed Faris flew to the Mir space station.

Interesting facts

In 2015 Glavkosmos contributed to the implementation of the contract between KazCosmos and Roscosmos - the first cosmonaut of the independent Kazakhstan Aidyn Aimbetov flew to the International space station (ISS).

Interesting facts

In 2019, Glavkosmos participated in preparation of the mission of Hazzaa Al Mansoori, the first astronaut from UAE, who flew to the International space station (ISS) and safely returned to Earth.

Interesting facts

On July 15, 1975 Soyuz-19 spaceship was lifted aboard Soyuz-U launch vehicle. It was the first international space flight with the docking of Apollo, a US spaceship. The famous Soyuz-Apollo docking was a historical event and a symbol of rapprochement between the two superpowers in the period of detente during the long-lasting Cold War.

Interesting facts

On April 4, 2019, Glavkosmos JSC, under a contract with Arianespace, launched four communication satellites of O3b Networks, a subsidiary of Luxembourg-based satellite communications operator SES. The name O3b stands for "Other 3 billions", which refers to the world's population, where broadband Internet is not available right now. Thanks to the O3b satellites, the Internet will come to them.

Interesting facts

Soyuz-2.1a became the first rocket launched from the new Russian space center Vostochny. The historical launch was conducted on April 28, 2016.