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ASTRONAUT

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Krasimir Stoyanov, who is trained Bulgarian cosmonaut still expecting a space mission in which he can take part, also attended Sunday's press conference alongside Ivanov.
NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Kaleri and Oleg Skripochka will join Wheelock, Walker and Yurchikhin in orbit on Oct.
Kononenko, Kornienko, Kelly, Lindgren and Yui remain on the ISS, along with Russian cosmonaut Sergei Volkov, who arrived at the space station together with Mogensen and Aimbetov earlier this month.
Professors Alison McMillan and Peter Excell with cosmonaut Igor Volk and (main) the cosmonaut with his Soyuz T-12 space crew
Friday is also the 34th anniversary of the space flight of the first Bulgarian cosmonaut, Georgi Ivanov.
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.
1961: Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin becomes the first human to travel in space.
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.
In writing a story of astronaut Adam MacGregor's encounter in space with a mysterious derelict that may hold a dead Russian cosmonaut, and the political storm that ensues involving the 'Open Lands' concept being applied to space in a time of tense East-West international politics, nuclear weapons, and the technological difficulties of rendezvousing in space, Boyle also demonstrates his talent as a writer and his imagination as a storyteller.