Kosmos 1001 (Russian: Космос 1001 meaning Cosmos 1001) was a redesigned Soviet Soyuz T spacecraft that was flown on an unmanned test in 1978. The spacecraft was the upgraded Soyuz for Salyut-6 and Salyut-7. This Kosmos flight, launched from Baikonur, was the first orbital tests of the Soyuz T design. Several maneuvers were tested.[1]

Mission parameters

References

  1. ^ Janes Spaceflight Directory (1987) ISBN 0 7106-0838 1 p207
  2. ^ Janes Spaceflight Directory (1987) ISBN 0 7106-0838 1 p207
  3. ^ Janes Spaceflight Directory (1987) ISBN 0 7106-0838 1 p207