Sergei Krikalev, Russian cosmonaut

Sergei Krikalev, Russian cosmonaut

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Caption: Sergei Konstantinovich Krikalev (born 1958), Russian cosmonaut. Krikalev's first spaceflight was as flight engineer on Soyuz TM-7, staying on Mir as part of the Mir EO-4 expedition (1988 to 1989). Two years later, he undertook a long-duration mission on Mir (EO-8 and EO-9; 1991 to 1992). He then flew on missions STS-60 (1994, to Mir) and STS-88 (1998, to the ISS), followed by two stays on the International Space Station (Expedition 1 in 2000-2001, and Expedition 11 in 2005). Krikalev has spent a record 803 days in space. Photographed in Russia, in March 1993, preparing for his STS-60 mission where he was a Mission Specialist.

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