|Mission type||Crewed mission to ISS|
|Mission duration||174 days (planned)|
|Spacecraft type||Soyuz MS|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||5 October 2021 (planned) |
|Launch site||Baikonur Site 31|
|End of mission|
|Landing date||28 March 2022 (planned)|
|Landing site||Kazakh Steppe|
|Reference system||Geocentric orbit|
|Regime||Low Earth orbit|
|Docking with ISS|
|Docking port||Prichal nadir|
Soyuz MS-19 is a Soyuz spaceflight planned for launch on 5 October 2021. Soyuz MS-19 will be the 147th flight of a crewed Soyuz spacecraft. The crew will consist of a Russian commander, Russian film director Klim Shipenko and a currently unnamed Russian actress. Shipenko and the actress are planned to spend about a week on the ISS before returning to Earth aboard Soyuz MS-18, with the intention of filming a movie in space.
|Position||Launching Crew member||Landing Crew member|
|Commander|| Anton Shkaplerov, Roscosmos|
|Spaceflight participant|| Klim Shipenko, Channel 1
| Pyotr Dubrov, Roscosmos|
|Spaceflight participant|| TBA, Channel 1
| Mark T. Vande Hei, NASA|
The ISS flight manifest drafted by Roskosmos in the fall of 2020 set the launch of the Prichal module for September 24th, 2021, with docking at Nauka's nadir port two days later. The Prichal module will become the second addition to the Russian Orbital Segment (ROS) in 2021. One port on Prichal is equipped with an active hybrid docking port, which enables docking with the Nauka module. The remaining five ports are passive hybrids, enabling docking of Soyuz and Progress vehicles, as well as heavier modules and future spacecraft with modified docking systems.
A spacewalk is planned after the arrival Prichal at the station, with a second spacewalk (by Anton Shkaplerov) planned for early in the fourth quarter of 2021. Six additional spacewalks will follow through 2022 to complete the integration of the Nauka and Prichal modules into the Russian Orbital Segment.