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ASTRONAUT

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The three cosmonauts have returned to Earth from the International Space Station.
I wanted to give them a piece of home to take with them," he said in his note to the cosmonauts.
Whitson, who flew to the station in November along with Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy and French astronaut Thomas Pesquet, will remain aboard with Fischer and Yurchikhin until September.
The cosmonaut was given a special code with which Gagarin could activate manual controls of the spaceship in case of an emergency.
The deputy chairman of Kazcosmos, Meirbek Moldabekov, said plans to train cosmonauts for flights to the International Space Station were mulled in 2009, but were postponed because of a global financial crisis.
The men on board will be US astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonauts Mikhail Kornienko and Gennady Padalka.
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.
Other tales, more glorious, speak of their heroism and do not fail to point out that Ivanov's heart rate and blood pressure were the lowest recorded among any cosmonaut in that final hurtle back to earth.
The Vostok 3KA-2 carried a life-size cosmonaut mannequin, Ivan Ivanovich, and a dog, Zvezdochka, into low Earth orbit, and reentered on its first pass over the Russia 115 minutes later.
The cosmonauts are in good health," Russian Mission Control said in a statement.
1967: Cosmonaut dies in space crash The Soviet Union announces the failure of its latest space mission, with the crash of Soyuz 1 and the death of the cosmonaut on board.