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  1. The Challenger was so tragic and it was so great that Reagan delivered his words the way he did. (Web site)
  2. Challenger was due to launch that day on the 25th space shuttle mission.
  3. Challenger: The second orbiter to fly.
  4. The Challenger was to have launched two satellites and Mrs. (Web site)

Yuri Gagarin

  1. Yuri Gagarin was the first human being in space. (Web site)
  2. Yuri Gagarin was the first Russian to go into space. (Web site)
  3. Yuri Gagarin was born in a small village near Smolensk. (Web site)
  4. Yuri Gagarin was the first to do two orbits of Earth.


  1. Space is the stature of God.
  2. Space is a constantly changing environment that doesn't play by Earth rules.
  3. Space is an extremely dangerous environment. (Web site)
  4. Space is a hostile environment for humans in a number of ways.
  5. Space is a fabulous thing. (Web site)

Georgi Beregovoi

  1. Original 1968 USSR Soyuz 3 First Day Cover autographed in thin black marker by Georgi Beregovoi, who was the lone cosmonaut on this mission.
  2. Georgi Beregovoi (1921-1995) Anatoli Berezovoy Brian Binnie, second commercial (launched by a private company) astronaut. (Web site)

Space Shuttle

  1. Space shuttle was lost during landing of .
  2. The Space Shuttle is the world's first reusable spacecraft and the first spacecraft in history that can carry large satellites both to and from orbit.
  3. The Space Shuttle was approved as a national program in 1972. (Web site)
  4. The Space Shuttle was concieved in the 1970's as a means of ferrying crews and supplies to an orbiting space station.


  1. Skylab was America's first experimental space station.
  2. Skylab was a whole new concept.
  3. Skylab was also the first space program to feature a rescue capability in space.
  4. Skylab was damaged during launch on May 25, 1973, but the crew, veteran astronaut Conrad, Comdr. (Web site)
  5. Skylab was fixed. (Web site)

Svetlana Savitskaya

  1. Svetlana Savitskaya is a legend in her own lifetime.

Valeri Kubasov

  1. The crew was made up of Georgi Shonin and Valeri Kubasov, who carried out important experiments in space welding. (Web site)
  2. The Soviet crew included the first space walker, Alexei Leonov, and rookie Valeri Kubasov. (Web site)
  3. Farkas---s fellow cosmonaut was Valeri Kubasov.

Vladimir Komarov

  1. Vladimir Komarov was a cosmonaut who was born on March 16, 1927, in Moscow. (Web site)
  2. Vladimir Komarov was killed in landing due to fouled parachute lines.

Vladimir Shatalov

  1. Vladimir Shatalov is a cosmonaut who was born on December 8, 1927, in Petropavlovsk, Kazakhstan.
  2. Vladimir Shatalov was naturally a well-known cosmonauts since his flights on Soyuz-4, -8, and -10. (Web site)

Abdul Ahad Mohmand

  1. Abdul Ahad Mohmand is an astronaut who was born on January 1, 1959, in Afghanistan. (Web site)
  2. Abdul Ahad Mohmand was an Afghan citizen, he was born in Afghanistan and he trained in USSR as a pilot. (Web site)

Aleksandr Ivanchenkov

  1. On June 15 1978, Vladimir Kovalyonok and Aleksandr Ivanchenkov ( Soyuz 29) arrived and remained on board for 140 days.
  2. This resulted in the all-rookie backup crew of Aleksandr Ivanchenkov and Yuri Romanenko being paired with veteran cosmonauts for later missions. (Web site)

Aleksandr Laveykin

  1. After the failure of the second attempt to dock, the onboard cosmonauts, Yuri Romanenko and Aleksandr Laveykin conducted a spacewalk to fix the problem.
  2. Viktorenko and Faris returned in Soyuz TM-2, July 30, with Aleksandr Laveykin who experienced medical problems. (Web site)
  3. Aleksandr Laveykin · more photos. (Web site)

Aleksandr Lazutkin

  1. Aleksandr Lazutkin was the flight engineer of the Mir-23 mission, which lasted from February 10, 1997, until August 14, 1997.
  2. After we were done for the day, Mir cosmonaut Aleksandr Lazutkin (Mir Feb - Aug 1997), drove us back to Sergej’s apartment. (Web site)
  3. He and Mir-23 Flight Engineer Aleksandr Lazutkin worked with two American astronauts on the space station, beginning with Jerry Linenger. (Web site)

Aleksandr Serebrov

  1. Aleksandr Serebrov is a former Russian cosmonaut. (Web site)

Aleksei Leonov

  1. Aleksei Leonov was decorated twice as the Hero of the Soviet Union ( March 23, 1965 and 1975).

Alexander Viktorenko

  1. Alexander Viktorenko and Aleksandr Serebrov docked with Mir and brought the station out of its five month hibernation.
  2. Returned to earth with crewmates cosmonaut Helena Kondakova and commander Alexander Viktorenko, who spent 169 days each in Mir. (Web site)
  3. The next Mir crew, Alexander Viktorenko and Alexander Kaleri, will go up in March to relieve Volkov and Krikalev. (Web site)

Alexander Volkov

  1. At the time of the breakup, Sergei Krikalev and Alexander Volkov were orbiting Earth on Mir, having gone into orbit as Soviet citizens.
  2. Thank you once again for the lecture tour by yourself and Commander Colonel Alexander Volkov. (Web site)
  3. Commander Alexander Volkov remained on board with Krikalev, returning to Earth on March 25, 1992.

Alexandr Kaleri

  1. Alexandr Kaleri is a cosmonaut who was born on May 13, 1956, in Yormala, Latvia.

Anatoli Berezovoy

  1. Georgi Beregovoi (1921-1995) Anatoli Berezovoy Brian Binnie, second commercial (launched by a private company) astronaut. (Web site)
  2. The first crew, Anatoli Berezovoy and Valentin Lebedev, arrived on May 13 1982 on Soyuz T-5 and remained for 211 days until December 10 1982.

Anatoli Levchenko

  1. Together with Musa Manarov and Anatoli Levchenko, he linked up with the orbiting Mir 1 space station and her crew.
  2. The two cosmonauts returned to Earth aboard the Soyuz TM-3 capsule on December 29, 1987, along with newly arrived TM-4 crewmember Anatoli Levchenko. (Web site)

Andrian Nikolayev

  1. Andrian Nikolayev is a cosmonaut who was born on September 5, 1929, in the Chuvash Autonomous Republic.
  2. Andrian Nikolayev was awarded the Order of Lenin, Order of the Red Star, numerous medals, and foreign orders.

Andy Thomas

  1. Andy Thomas was the last US astronaut to stay on MIR. (Web site)


  1. Apollo was a good start, but there is much to do and learn. (Web site)
  2. Apollo was one of the great triumphs of modern technology. (Web site)
  3. The Apollo was the active partner in the rendezvous since it had a larger fuel supply.


  1. Baker was also on board the shuttle Columbia in June of 1992 when it embarked on what was at the time, the longest space shuttle mission to date. (Web site)
  2. Baker was among the crew that spent nearly two weeks in space to study the long-term effects on humans in space. (Web site)

Bertalan Farkas

  1. Hungary's only other space traveller, Bertalan Farkas, spent a week in space in 1980 on a joint mission with a Soviet cosmonaut.
  2. Bertalan Farkas, premier Hongrois dans l'espace. (Web site)
  3. Bertalan Farkas, the first Hungarian astronaut, accompanied Simonyi to his training in Russia.

Boris Volynov

  1. Khrunov and Yeliseyev put on their Yastreb ("hawk") suits in the Soyuz 5 orbital module with aid from Commander Boris Volynov.
  2. This cover is signed by (top to bottom) Vladimir Shatalov, Boris Volynov, and Yevgeny Khnunov. (Web site)
  3. Boris Volynov 18 janvier 1969 Soyouz 5 First crew tranfer between space vehicles.

Boris Yegorov

  1. It was the world's first multi-manned spacecraft, and the first to carry a scientist (Konstantin Feoktistov) and a physician (Boris Yegorov) into space. (Web site)
  2. In October 1964, they stuffed cosmonauts Konstantin Feoktistov, Vladimir Komarov and Boris Yegorov into Voskhod 1 and sent them to space for 24 hours. (Web site)

Brian Binnie

  1. Brian Binnie is a Program Business Manager and Test Pilot at Scaled Composites and a member of the history-making SpaceShipOne team.

Bruce Peterson

  1. Bruce Peterson was NASA Dryden research pilot from the early 1960s until 1967.
  2. Bruce Peterson was a NASA Dryden research pilot from the early 1960s until 1967.


  1. Carpenter was commissioned in the U.S. Navy in 1949. (Web site)
  2. Carpenter was named as one of the original 7 Mercury astronauts in April 1959. (Web site)
  3. Carpenter was selected as one of the original seven Mercury Astronauts on April 9, 1959. (Web site)

Catherine Coleman

  1. Lt Colonel Catherine Coleman was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in the Air Force in 1983 and began graduate work at the University of Massachusetts. (Web site)
  2. Catherine Coleman (born December 14, 1960, in Charleston, South Carolina) is a lieutenant colonel in the United States Air Force and a female astronaut.
  3. Her fellow crew member on Tuesday's mission, Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Catherine Coleman, says the advent of the first woman commander is significant. (Web site)

Charles Bassett

  1. Collins applied for a new course offered into the basics of spaceflight (other students included Charles Bassett, Edward Givens and Joe Engle). (Web site)
  2. He reassigned Elliot See to be the prime commander of Gemini 9 and put Dave Scott as pilot of Gemini 8 and Charles Bassett as the pilot of Gemini 9. (Web site)
  3. Charles Bassett, training for Gemini 9 (jet crash). (Web site)

Charlie Bassett

  1. Charlie Bassett was also accepted in the same group. (Web site)
  2. Charlie Bassett was one of the third group of astronauts named by NASA in October 1963. (Web site)


  1. Coleman is the lead mission specialist for the Chandra deploy on STS-93, which is scheduled for launch in July 1999. (Web site)
  2. Coleman was commissioned as a 2nd lieutenant in the Air Force in 1983 and began graduate work at the University of Massachusetts. (Web site)
  3. Coleman was selected as an astronaut in 1992. (Web site)
  4. Coleman was selected by NASA in March 1992 and reported to the Johnson Space Center in August 1992. (Web site)


  1. Conrad was selected as an astronaut by NASA in September 1962. (Web site)
  2. Conrad was spacecraft commander of Apollo 12, November 14-24, 1969. (Web site)
  3. Conrad was the only one to fly Gemini, Apollo, and Skylab. (Web site)

Daisuke Enomoto

  1. Ansari is training as a backup for Japanese space tourist Daisuke Enomoto - set to fly to the ISS on Sept. (Web site)
  2. U.S. entrepreneur Anousheh Ansari, clad in a Sokol spacesuit, converses with Japanese businessman Daisuke Enomoto - set to be the fourth ISS tourist.

Daniel Burbank

  1. Daniel Burbank is an astronaut commander.

David Wolf

  1. DAVID WOLF: The first order of business is to get the laboratory in full working order. (Web site)

Deng Qingming

  1. Deng Qingming ( Chinese: ---------) is a Chinese pilot selected as part of the Shenzhou program.
  2. Spacefacts biography of Deng Qingming  This Chinese biographical article is a stub.

Dennis Tito

  1. Dennis Tito is a 60-year-old American businessman who used to work for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. (Web site)
  2. Dennis Tito is a 60-year-old American who used to work for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. (Web site)
  3. Dennis Tito is a business executive from Los Angeles who is flying as a tourist.

Dumitru Prunariu

  1. Dumitru Prunariu was the first Rumanian cosmonaut researcher in space in May of 1981. (Web site)

Edgar Mitchell

  1. Edgar Mitchell is a former Apollo 14 astronaut and the founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. (Web site)
  2. Edgar Mitchell is born on September 17, 1930, in Hereford, Texas, but spends his childhood and makes his first studies in Roswell and Artesia, New Mexico.
  3. Edgar Mitchell is one of only a dozen men to ever walk about the lunar landscape. (Web site)

Edward Higgins White

  1. The star Iota Ursae Majoris was named "Dnoces" ("Second", as in "Edward Higgins White the Second", spelled backwards) in his honor.
  2. His pilot would be Edward Higgins White, II. Both astronauts were spaceflight rookies. (Web site)

Edward Givens

  1. Collins applied for a new course offered into the basics of spaceflight (other students included Charles Bassett, Edward Givens and Joe Engle).
  2. Edward Givens Killed in automobile accident in 1967 after serving on the Apollo 7 support crew.

Elena Kondakova

  1. Elena Kondakova was the seventh Russian cosmonaut to fly on an American space shuttle. (Web site)
  2. The longest record for a woman in space was also created on Mir with Russian astronaut Elena Kondakova spending 169 days on board. (Web site)

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