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ASTRONAUT

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MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- The crew of the International Space Station recently had a chance to enjoy the taste of spicy kharcho soup, mare's milk and two types of curd brought on board by Kazakh cosmonaut Aidyn Aimbetov.
Volk was selected as a cosmonaut in 1980 and flew as Research Cosmonaut on Soyuz T-12, the seventh expedition to the Salyut 7 space station.
The inquiry concluded the three cosmonauts on the Soyuz 11 were killed by a fatal rise in their blood pressure caused when the cabin became depressurised due to air escaping through a hole created when the landing capsule separated from the main craft.
So far, two Bulgarian cosmonauts, Georgi Ivanov in 1979 and Alexander Alexandrov in 1988, have entered space, both on Soviet Union flights.
To mark Gagarin's voyage and as part of the Russia Market Focus cultural programme, The London Book Fair will host a link-up to the International Space Station where Russian cosmonauts will answer questions sent in advance from the many participants of the London Book Fair.
Even after the lengthy phases of training, including endurance tests, simulations of procedures from launch to docking with and working in the Salyut, landing and survival training in the Black Sea and wilderness areas, would-be cosmonauts were subject to final approval by the central committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union as to whether they flew or not.
Also remaining on the ISS are Russian cosmonauts Alexander Kaleri and Oleg Skripochka.
Cosmonauts and astronauts conduct experiments together for two days.
THE first woman cosmonaut, the pretty, smiling, 26-year-old Russian "Seagull" Valentina Tereshkova, yesterday kept her date in a joint flight programme with cosmonaut Valery Bykovsky.
Both of these cosmonauts have vast experience of space and space travel.
Engineers, military officials and former cosmonauts yesterday celebrated the 50th anniversary of the launch of the world's first artificial satellite, Sputnik, which marked the dawn of the Space Age and sparked the race to land a man on the moon.