|Mission duration||130 days, 20 hours, 35 minutes, 51 seconds|
|Launch mass||7,150 kilograms (15,760 lb)|
|Crew size||2 up|
|Callsign||Вулка́н (Vulkan – Volcano)|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||1 August 1990, 09:32:21UTC|
|End of mission|
|Landing date||10 December 1990, 06:08:12UTC|
|Landing site||69 kilometres (43 mi) NW of Arkalyk|
|Perigee altitude||198 kilometres (123 mi)|
|Apogee altitude||219 kilometres (136 mi)|
|Docking with Mir|
|Docking date||3 August 1990, 11:45:44 UTC|
|Undocking date||10 December 1990, 02:48:11 UTC|
Soyuz TM-10 was the tenth expedition to the Russian Space Station Mir.
|Position||Launching crew||Landing crew|
|Commander|| Gennady Manakov|
|Flight Engineer|| Gennady Strekalov|
|Research Cosmonaut||None|| Toyohiro Akiyama (Reporter)|
TM-10 marked the return to earth of Japanese reporter Toyohiro Akiyama.
The Soyuz arrived at Mir's aft port with four passengers: quail for cages in Kvant-2. A quail had laid an egg en route to the station. It was returned to Earth, along with 130 kg of experiment results and industrial products, in Soyuz TM-9. The spacecraft landed without incident.
It spent 131 days attached to Mir. A camera was installed in the descent module as part of the agreement with Akiyama's network to film the reactions of the returning cosmonauts.