Soyuz MS-10

The triangular design of the Soyuz MS-10 crew patch shows the spacecraft orbiting over the Earth's surface. Behind our blue planet, the elements of the Russian and American flags stress the international character of the space mission. The three stars, part of the US flag recall the original three crewmembers, before the removal of cosmonaut Tikhonov from this mission. In the backround of deep space, the silhouette of an owl is visible, symbolising the scientific wisdom that orbital research on board the International Space Station will gain. The orbital complex is shown in bright yellow on the left. The top right angle of the logo shows the direction of mankind's future dream: via the Moon to deep space. The Roscosmos logo is put at the top of the design, with the crew names underneath. The spacecraft designation is put in the centre of the patch. Designed by Luc van den Abeelen.
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Soyuz MS-09

The circular shape of the Soyuz MS-09 crew patch symbolizes the shape of the globe, inside of which the Belukha mountain is visible: the highest peak of the Altai, representing the crew's callsign. A trio of white swans flying over the Earth towards the International Space Station symbolise the three crew members. The six stars shown against the black background of space are for the members making up the successive ISS expedition crews. The golden silhouette of the orbital outpost is shown at the top of the emblem. Below are the numbers of the main expeditions of the same hue. The Roscosmos logo is placed in the middle of the inscription 'Soyuz MS-09'. The crew members' names are put along the emblem's inner border with the crew commander's name underneath the flying spaceship Soyuz. The outer border is made up of the astronauts' national flags. Designed by Luc van den Abeelen.
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Soyuz MS-08

The Soyuz MS-08 crew patch design is shaped like the spacecraft's descent module as it looks during the landing phase of the ship's mission. Within, the crew is depicted in silhouettes as they approach their launch vehicle. A moon is shown behind the launch complex, representing the dream of manned missions into deeper space. Six stars in the background are for the six-member ISS crew. The 'Science' statue located in Baikonur and the tulip from the old coat of arms of Leninsk town symbolize the significance of the Russian launch base. The international space station is shown in bright yellow as the spacecraft's orbital destination. The crew names are shown in a semicircle at the top of the design, while the colours of the Russian and US flags are shown at the bottom, flanking the Roscosmos logo, underneath the spacecraft's name and crew expedition numbers. Designed by Luc van den Abeelen.
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Soyuz MS-07
May 14, 2018

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ISS Schedule:

Soyuz MS-09: Jun 6, 2018 Prokopyev, Auñón-Chancellor, Gerst
Starts Exp 56

Soyuz MS-10: Sep. 14, 2018 Ovchinin, Hague
Starts Exp 57

Soyuz MS-11: Nov. 15, 2018 Kononenko, McClain, Saint-Jacques
Starts Exp 58

Soyuz MS-07 Expedition-55 Soyuz MS-08