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Caption: Float through from Zarya to Zvezda where we find French astronaut Claudie Haigner�, Soyuz Flight Engineer (ESA) from TM-33. She moves into position using her arms and legs to get close to a piece of equipment she is working on and turns to grab a check list off the wall behind her. Further back in the distance two other astronauts can be seen. These are possibly Vladimir Dezhurov (in green) and Mikhail Tyurin (from Expedition 3) seen better in clip FTV-0003038. Also on this flight were TM-33 commander Victor Afanassiev and Flight Engineer Konstantin Kozeev.

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Life onboard the ISS

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