Taking part in the Soyuz mission Eneide are Commander Sergei Krikalev (Roscosmos), the Italian astronaut Roberto Vittori (ESA) as Flight Engineer, and John Phillips (NASA) as Second Flight Engineer. For Vittori, this is his second trip to the Space Station: in 2003, he took part in the Marco Polo mission, also on board a Russian Soyuz spacecraft.
The video contains:
00:30 Introduction to the mission. Short brief of training, a last meal before takeoff, and the orthotics’ priests praising the three astronauts / cosmonauts.
02:14 Astronauts claiming into the Soyuz capsule and was launched from Baikonour in Kazakhstan, 15 April 2005 at 6:46 AM.
02:51 Astronauts in capsule
03:04 After 2 days arrived to ISS. The astronauts moved into ISS.
03:15 Group photo of the three Expedition 11 arriving astronauts in background Sergei Krikalev (left), John Phillips (Centre) and Roberto Vittori (right), and the Expedition 10 astronauts in foreground already onboard ISS: Flight Engineer Salizhan S. Sharipov (left) and Commander Leroy Chiao (right) and who have been onboard the International Space Station since 16 October 2004.
03:44 Daniel Sacotte, ESA’s Director for Human Spaceflight.
04:16 Images from astronauts on ISS. Vittori shaving, brushing the teethes, casting a water bobble in the air.
05:29 After 10 days onboard ISS, Vittori returns to Earth
05:45 Roberto Vittori, ESA Astronaut
06:31 Images from ISS, where Vittori enters the return capsule.
08:36 The three astronauts returning Leroy Chiao, Roberto Vittori and Salizhan S. Sharipov
09:02 Roberto Vittori, ESA Astronaut
10:15 The End