|Mission duration||145 days, 14 hours, 10 minutes, 32 seconds|
|Launch mass||7,150 kilograms (15,760 lb)|
|Callsign||Ви́тязь (Vityaz' – Knight)|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||17 March 1992, 10:54:30UTC|
|End of mission|
|Landing date||10 August 1992, 01:05:02UTC|
|Landing site||136 kilometres (85 mi) SE of Dzhezkazgan|
|Perigee altitude||373 kilometres (232 mi)|
|Apogee altitude||394 kilometres (245 mi)|
|Docking with Mir|
|Docking date||19 March 1992, 12:32:50 UTC|
|Undocking date||9 August 1992, 21:46:47 UTC|
Soyuz TM-14 was the 14th expedition to the Mir space station. It included an astronaut from Germany, and was the first Russian Soyuz mission after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
|Position||Launching crew||Landing crew|
|Commander|| Aleksandr Viktorenko|
|Flight Engineer|| Aleksandr Kaleri|
|Research Cosmonaut|| Klaus-Dietrich Flade
| Michel Tognini|
Klaus Dietrich Flade became the second German to visit a space station when he reached Mir with the Vityaz crew. The first was Sigmund Jähn of East Germany, who visited Salyut 6 in 1978. Flade conducted 14 German experiments as part of Germany's preparation for participation in the Freedom and Columbus space station projects.
Suffered a landing system malfunction, causing its descent module to turn over. It came to rest upside down, trapping its occupants inside until it could be righted.