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Carried Yuri Romanenko, Georgi Grechko to Salyut 6; returned crew of Soyuz 27 to Earth.
Soyuz 27 landed at 11:19 GMT with the crew of Grechko and Romanenko aboard.
Soyuz TM-3 undocked from Mir at 05:55 GMT and landed near Arkalyk at 09:16 GMT with the crew of Aleksandrov, Levchenko (Soyuz TM-4) and Romanenko (Soyuz TM-2) aboard.
www.astronautix.com /astros/romnenko.htm   (753 words)

 Yuri Romanenko Autographed 4x6 Photo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Yuri Romanenko is a cosmonaut who was born on August 1, 1944, in Koltubanovsky, Russia.
Romanenko made his second flight in 1980 aboard Soyuz 38.
During this time, Romanenko activated the station and made 3 spacewalks.
www.thespacestore.co.uk /yuroau4x6ph.html   (90 words)

Romanenko and Laveikin start a spacewalk to investigate the Mir-Kvant docking interface - they move 13 meters down the whole length of Mir and remove a cloth bag containing used hand towels (which had "escaped" while Progress 28 was being loaded with rubbish) from the docking unit
Soyuz-TM 3 undocks from Mir with Romanenko and Aleksandrov aboard
Soyuz-TM 3 undocks from Mir with Romanenko, Aleksandrov and Levchenko aboard
www.zarya.info /Diaries/1987.htm   (1165 words)

 Soyuz TM-2 at AllExperts
Yuri Romanenko stayed more than 326 days on Mir.
Maneuvers were impossible during this period, because the probe of the Kvant/FSM combination would wobble loosely in Mir's aft port drogue unit, banging the docking collars together.
On April 11 Romanenko and Laveykin exited Mir to examine and, if possible, repair the problem with Kvant.
en.allexperts.com /e/s/so/soyuz_tm-2.htm   (397 words)

 eBay.co.uk - yuri, Memorabilia, Animation, CDs items at low prices   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
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 Guerrillero| News | Commemoration of the Soviet-Cuban space flight
To the encounter in the Ministry of the Revolutionary Armed forces, were specially invited, the pilot- cosmonauts and Heroes of the Republic of Cuba, Brigadier General Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez and General Lieutenant Leonid Popov, two of the main characters of the feat.
The appointment revived antecedents, preparations, successful realization and echoes of the flight of the international crew integrated by the Soviet cosmonaut-pilot Yuri Romanenko and the Cuban cosmonaut-investigator Arnaldo Tamayo, who were on board the Soyuz 38 ship.
He explained that health problems and work commitments that could not be postponed, impeded Romanenko and Riumin to be in the celebration that judged a great honor and symbol of the eternal friendship between the people of the former Soviet Union and Cuba.
www.guerrillero.co.cu /noticias/2005/septiembre/conmemoran_inglesh.htm   (452 words)

 Autographed Space Items
This Russian Federation Flag was flown on STS-105 to the ISS and back from the station onboard the STS-108 by Russian cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov.
This is the name patch from Yuri Onufrienko which was flown to the ISS by Expedition-4.
It is the same hat worn by the first cosmonaut in space Yuri Gagarin and they are also used by the Russian Air Force pilots.
www.hightechscience.org /authographed_space_items.htm   (792 words)

 Flown and Autographed Soviet Flag
It is from the personal collection of Soyuz-26 flight engineer Georgi Grechko and hand signed by him and cosmonaut Yuri Romanenko as illustrated in the photo's below.
This picture shows cosmonauts Yuri Romanenko and Georgi Grechko arriving for launch December 10, 1977.
Both Cosmonauts Romanenko and Grechko set a space endurance record aboard Salyut-6 station, which they had boarded on December 11, 1977.
www.hightechscience.org /autographed_soviet_flag.htm   (202 words)

 Www.spacepatches.nl - Salyut/Interkosmos - Soyuz-38   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Left: Arnoldo Mendez and Yuri Romanenko posing in their training Sokols.
The Soviet flag was a felt, square lettered type on both the Sokol and the intravehicular PK-suit.
Valeri Ryumin, Arnoldo Mendez and Yuri Romanenko aboard Salyut-6.
www.spacepatches.nl /salyut/s38.html   (222 words)

 Mir: A Rich Chronology
As a result, the hatches between Mir and the module could not be opened.
In an unscheduled spacewalk, crewmembers Yuri Romanenko and Alexander Laveikin find a bag of trash stuck on Mir's docking port.
Apparently, it was left behind by a Progress cargo ship previously docked to the port and used as a trash container at the end of its mission.
www.space.com /news/spacestation/mirinteractive_chron.html   (1479 words)

 Astronaut Signed Books
We were told by the seller (but cannot prove) that this was carried by Yuri Romanenko (the commander of Soyuz 38) on his spacecraft to Salyut 6 in September of 1980 and SIGNED during the flight by both him and his crew member Arnaldo Tamayo-Mendez (of Cuba).
Upon their return to Earth a little more than a week later, it was presented to cosmonaut Anatoly Berezovoy (soon to fly to Salyut 7 on Soyuz T-5) who SIGNED it as well.
SIGNED by Anatoly Filipchenko (Souyz 7, Soyuz 16), Yuri Romanenko (Soyuz 26, Soyuz 38, Soyuz TM-2/TM-3), and Alexander Viktorenko (Soyuz TM-3/TM-2, Soyuz Tm-8, Soyuz TM-14).
www.boggsspace.com /dbquerysigned.asp   (1104 words)

 Amazon.com: "Yuri Koptev": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Just two months earlier Yuri Koptev, the stoic, longsuffering bureaucrat who heads the Russian Space Agency, had walked into a Kremlin conference room and told Boris...
In June 1992, a promising first meeting between Koptev and new NASA boss Daniel Goldin was...
RKA head Yuri Koptev claimed in March 1995 that RKA received only 51 per cent of 1994's allocated budget.
www.amazon.com /phrase/Yuri-Koptev   (502 words)

 Yuri Romanenko Summary
A veteran of three other space flights, Romanenko showed that it is possible for people to live in space for prolonged periods and still return to function normally on Earth.
The data collected during his stay in orbit and subsequent return to Earth is expected to prove important for the planning of future missions to Mars.
Yuri V. Romanenko from Science and Its Times.
www.bookrags.com /Yuri_Romanenko   (155 words)

Anatoly Yakovlevich Solovyev served from 1972 to 1976 as a senior pilot and group commander in the Far Eastern Military District.
From January 8, 1994 to July 9, 1994, Yuri served as Board Engineer on Space Station Mir.
One month later, he and Yuri Onufrienko were joined by NASA's Shannon Lucid.
www.apollomissionphotos.com /index_sig_russians.html   (4737 words)

 National Committee to Free the Cuban Five
Regarding plans for activities in 2007, Sayuchev said they are committed to appropriately commemorating the 40th anniversary of the death in combat by Comandante Ernesto Che Guevara, who together with Yuri Gagarin was a founder of the Russia-Cuba Friendship Association.
The Battle of Ideas Museum in Cárdenas, in the province of Matanzas, Cuba, is featuring a special exhibit as part of the worldwide activities organized to free the Five.
Entre las personalidades asistentes al encuentro figuraba el cosmonauta Yuri Romanenko.
www.freethefive.org /updates/Solidarity/SLRussia122806.htm   (697 words)

 Salyut 6 at AllExperts
Cosmos 1267 proved that large modules could dock automatically with space stations, a major step toward the multimodular Mir station and the International Space Station.
On December 10 1977 the first crew, Yuri Romanenko and Georgi Grechko, arrived on Soyuz 26 and remained aboard Salyut 6 for 96 days.
On June 15 1978, Vladimir Kovalyonok and Aleksandr Ivanchenkov (Soyuz 29) arrived and remained on board for 140 days.
en.allexperts.com /e/s/sa/salyut_6.htm   (826 words)

SOYUZ-26 DECEMBER 10, 1977 MARCH 16, 1978 Georgy Grechko Yuri romanenko
SOYUZ-T2 JUNE 05, 1980 JUNE 09, 1980 Yuri Malyshev Vladimir Aksenov
SOYUZ-38 SEPTEMBER 18, 1980 Yuri Romanenko Arnaldo Mendez (Cuba)
www.angelfire.com /fl/Jacqmans/soyuz7580.html   (275 words)

 Manned Space Flights
Exchanged Soyuz TM-32 for TM-31 to serve ISS as emergency escape vehicle; Tito first space "tourist" having paid $20 million for trip.
Exchanged Soyuz TM-33 for TM-32 to serve ISS as emergency escape vehicle.
Exchanged Soyuz TM-34 for TM-33 to serve ISS as emergency escape vehicle; Shuttleworth first South African in space and 2nd space tourist.
www.braeunig.us /space/manned.htm   (5510 words)

 Salyut 6
However, Yuri Romanenko and Georgi Grechko launched without major problems on Dec. 10, 1977 and spent over one month on Salyut 6.
Soyuz 26 December 10, 1977 37 days, 10 hours Yuri V. Romanenko, 96 days, 10 hours Commander Georgi M. Grechko, 96 days, 10 hours Flight Engineer
Soyuz 38 September 18, 1980 7 days, 20 hours Yuri V. Romanenko, 7 days, 20 hours Commander Arnaldo Tamayo-Mendez, 7 days, 20 hours (Cuba) InterCosmos
www.aerospaceguide.net /spacestation/salyut6.html   (1033 words)

SOYUZ-TM2 FEBRUARY 05, 1987 Yuri Romanenko Aleksandr Laveikin
SOYUZ-TM22 SEPTEMBER 03, 1995 Yuri Gidzenko Sergei Avdeyev Thomas Reiter (ESA-Germany)
SOYUZ TM-28 AUGUST 13, 1998 Gennady Padalka Sergei Adveyev Yuri Baturin
www.angelfire.com /fl/Jacqmans/soyuz8798.html   (311 words)

 Amazon.com: "rear port": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
See all pages with references to rear port.
Yuri Romanenko and Georgi Grechko encountered no problems in docking at the rear port on 10 December, however, and a few days later they donned the EVA suits stored in the airlock compartment at...
Key Phrases in this book: Flight Day, Apollo Applications, White House, Air Force, Baseline Configuration, Early Communications System, integrated truss structure, orbital reboost, solar power module, payload hay, orbital darkness, nadir port (See more)
www.amazon.com /phrase/rear-port   (607 words)

 Cosmonaut Autograph Identification
Soyuz 26, Yuri Romanenko (above left), Georgy Grechko (above right)
Soyuz T-2, Yuri Malyshev (above left), Vladimir Aksyonov (above right)
Soyuz 38, Yuri Romanenko (above left), Arnaldo Tamayo Mendez (Cuba, above right)
members.aol.com /kss71/autogs/libpt2.htm   (304 words)

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