|Mission type||Tiangong Space Station crew transport|
|Operator||China Manned Space Agency|
|Mission duration||1 day and 19 minutes (180 days planned)|
|Manufacturer||China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||29 November 2022, 15:08:17 UTC|
|Rocket||Long March 2F|
|Launch site||Jiuquan, LA-4/SLS|
|Contractor||China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology|
|End of mission|
|Landing date||May 2023 (planned)|
|Landing site||Inner Mongolia, China|
|Reference system||Geocentric orbit|
|Regime||Low Earth orbit|
|Docking with Tiangong Space Station|
|Docking port||Tianhe forward|
|Docking date||29 November 2022, 21:42 UTC|
|Undocking date||May 2023 (planned)|
|Time docked||17 hours and 45 minutes|
(L-R) Fei Junlong, Deng Qingming and Zhang Lu
Shenzhou 15 (Chinese: 神舟十五号; pinyin: Shénzhōu Shíwǔ-hào; lit. 'Divine Boat Number 15') is a Chinese spaceflight to the Tiangong Space Station. It launched on 29 November 2022, and carried three People's Liberation Army Astronaut Corps (PLAAC) taikonauts. It is the tenth crewed flight of the Shenzhou program, and the program's fifteenth flight overall.
The mission launched on 29 November 2022 on board a Long March 2F rocket at around 15:08 UTC, following the launch and docking of the Wentian and Mengtian modules, in July and October 2022, respectively. There is a planned ten day overlap between Shenzhou 15 and the previous Shenzhou mission, Shenzhou 14.
The Shenzhou 15 crew is expected to carry out 3 to 4 spacewalks, work on payloads both inside and outside the station, and other scientific work.
The crew was publicly announced in a press conference on 28 November 2022.
|Commander|| Fei Junlong, PLAAC|
|Operator|| Deng Qingming, PLAAC|
|System Operator|| Zhang Lu, PLAAC|