Cosmonautics (2013) Cosmonautics. 14.09.2013
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The head of the Baikonur city administration, Alexander Fedorovich Mezentsev, has passed away.
The stop is Earth.
The crew of the Soyuz TMA-08M spacecraft is undergoing rehabilitation after returning from the ISS.
Comments on: Pavel Vinogradov, Alexander Misurkin, Sergey Krikalev.
Soyuz is the road to space.
From the history of the most reliable manned spacecraft in the world.
Interview: Stepan Mikoyan, Nikolai Antoshkin, Vladimir Shatalov, Mayor of Yenakiyevo Valery Oleinik, coach of the motorcycle team "Soyuz-3" Yuri Lapshin.
The carrier rocket "Rokot" launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome and successfully put the satellites of the Gonets system into orbit, comments Vladimir Popovkin.
Space slows down aging (opinion of Russian doctors).
PersonnelVinogradov P.V. - test cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation.
Misurkin A.A. - pilot-cosmonaut, test cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation.
Cassidy K.D. is an American test pilot, NASA astronaut.
Krikalev S.K. is an aviation athlete, cosmonaut, development engineer, candidate of Psychological Sciences, academician of the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics named after K.E.Tsiolkovsky.
Beregovoy G.T. is a Soviet cosmonaut, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, Honored Test Pilot of the USSR, Major General of Aviation, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, veteran of the Second World War.
Mikoyan S.A. - Lieutenant General of Aviation, Honored Test Pilot of the USSR, Hero of the Soviet Union, Candidate of Technical Sciences.
Antoshkin N.T. - military, statesman and politician, Doctor of Military Sciences, Hero of the Soviet Union, Honored Military Pilot of the Russian Federation.
Shatalov V.A. - Soviet cosmonaut, Lieutenant General of Aviation, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, Honored Master of Sports of the USSR.
Popovkin V.A. - statesman and military figure, army general in reserve, Doctor of Technical Sciences, head of the Federal Space Agency Roscosmos (2011-2013).
Space; Space programs