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06/03/2010
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Expedition 24 Crew Departs Russia
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Expedition 24 Crew Departs Russia
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Expedition 24 Crew Departs Star City
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NASA and Russian Space Agency Administrators Meet
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10/2/09
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Moscow, Russia L band
Moscow, Russia L band
10/9/94
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Year 1994
Memorial Plaque for Yuri Gagarin
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Astronauts
01/21/1971
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Original Members of GIRD
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1932
 
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Gagarin on his way to Vostok Launch
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04/12/1961
 
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The First Soviet Liquid-Propellant Rocket
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1933
 
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Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin
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Kolka Glacier Before Collapse
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2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description 97E-02491 (July 21, 1997) --- Work on the Service Module, the first fully Russian contribution to the International Space Station planned for a December 1998 launch from Russia, reached a milestone in July as the module's electrical analog was moved to prepare for tests that will simulate the vibrations of launch. A flight-like simulator of the Service Module, the electrical analog was built at Russia's Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center (KhSC) in Moscow and was moved to TsNIMASH, a Russian Space Corporation-Energia (RSC-E) subcontractor in the village of Sergey Posad, near Moscow, for the testing.
International Space Sta...
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Description 97E04077 (October 1, 1997) --- KRUNICHEV SPACE CENTER, Moscow - Russian technicians work on the Service Module shortly after it completed a pressurization test Sept. 12 1997. The first fully Russian contribution to the International Space Station, the module is planned for a December 1998 launch. The Service Module will provide early power, propulsion, life support, communications and living quarters for the station. It will be the third station element to be launched and join the U.S.-funded, Russian-built Functional Cargo Block, to launch in June 1998 from Russia, and the U.S. connecting module Node 1, to launch in July 1998 aboard the Shuttle Endeavour, in orbit.
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Description 97E04078 (October 1, 1997) --- KRUNICHEV SPACE CENTER, Moscow A Russian technician works on the forward end of the Service Module shortly after the module completed a pressurization test Sept. 12 1997. The first fully Russian contribution to the International Space Station, the module is planned for a December 1998 launch. The Service Module will provide early power, propulsion, life support, communications and living quarters for the station. It will be the third station element to be launched and join the U.S.-funded, Russian-built Functional Cargo Block, to launch in June 1998 from Russia, and the U.S. connecting module Node 1, to launch n July 1998 aboard the Shuttle Endeavour, in orbit. The port that will dock with the orbiting FGB and Node 1 is visible in the foreground of this view.
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Description 97-16437 (December 10, 1997) --- Astronaut Carl Walz, inspects a test article for the Russian Service Module during a recent training visit to Moscow. The Service Module will be the main living quarters for astronauts onboard the International Space Station.
International Space Sta...
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Description 97-16434 (December 10, 1997) ---The aft hatch and transfer chamber for the Russian Service Module for the International Space Station are shown in this recent view as the module is under construction at the Khrunichev Space and Rocket Center in Moscow. The transfer chamber will eventually be wrapped by an exterior, unpressurized Assembly Compartment that will house propellant tanks, thrusters and communications antennas. The 43-foot long Service Module is planned to be launched by a Russian Proton booster from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazahkstan in December 1998. The module will have a mass of 42,000 pounds and feature solar arrays measuring 97.5 feet long from tip to tip when in orbit.
International Space Sta...
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Description 97-16436 (December 10, 1997) --- Astronaut Susan Helms, a member of the second crew scheduled to live aboard the International Space Station, inspects a test article for the Russian Service Module during a recent training visit to Moscow. The Service Module will be the main living quarters for astronauts onboard the International Space Station. Helms is scheduled to fly to the station in June 1999 with fellow crewmembers cosmonaut and Commander Yuri Usachev and astronaut Jim Voss.
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Description 97-16433 (December 10, 1997) --- Commander Bill Shepherd of the first International Space Station crew is visible as he inspects the interior of the Russian Service Module recently at the Khrunichev Space and Rocket Center factory in Moscow. The Service Module will be the first fully Russian contribution to the station when it is launched on a Russian Proton booster in December 1998. It will be the cornerstone of the early station, providing living quarters, data processing systems, power, propulsion and life support systems. This view is looking in the aft hatch of the module through the cylindrical transfer chamber into the main compartment. Shepherd's crew will be launched in January 1999 for a five-month stay on the station and includes cosmonauts Yuri Gidzenko, Soyuz Commander, and Sergei Krikalev, Flight Engineer. The crew will fly to the station aboard a Russian Soyuz spacecraft.
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Description 97-16435 (December 10, 1997) --- During recent training activities, several members of the first crews assigned to missions aboard the International Space Station exit the Service Module, the main Russian contribution to the station that is under construction at the Khrunichev Space and Rocket Center in Moscow. Front row, from left are cosmonaut Yuri Usachev, commander of the second ISS crew, and his fellow crew member, astronaut Susan Helms. Back row, from left, cosmonaut Mikhail Turin, flight engineer of the third ISS crew, and astronaut Ken Bowersox, commander of the third ISS crew. The Service Module will be the cornerstone of early human habitation of the station, providing life support systems, crew quarters, propulsion, power and other systems. It is scheduled to be launched by Russia in December 1998.
International Space Sta...
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Description 98-019970 (March 26, 1998) --- The aft docking port on the control module, or Functional Cargo Block (Russian acronym FGB), is seen in this view as the module is prepared for shipment from its Moscow factory to the launch site in Kazakstan in January 1998. The Functional Cargo Block will be the first component of the International Space Station to be launched, and it will be met in space a few weeks later by the Shuttle Endeavour and a connecting module called Node 1 to begin a five-year assembly sequence for the International Space Station. Node 1 will connect to a docking port at the opposite end of the FGB than is seen in this photograph. Several months after the Node and FGB are docked together in orbit, a third module, the Russian Service Module, the early station living quarters, will be launched and will attach to the port seen in this view.
International Space Sta...
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Description 98-019969 (March 26, 1998) --- The aft docking port on the control module, or Functional Cargo Block (Russian acronym FGB), is seen in this view as the module is prepared for shipment from its Moscow factory to the launch site in Kazakstan in January 1998. The Functional Cargo Block will be the first component of the International Space Station to be launched, and it will be met in space a few weeks later by the Shuttle Endeavour and a connecting module called Node 1 to begin a five-year assembly sequence for the International Space Station. Node 1 will connect to a docking port at the opposite end of the FGB than is seen in this photograph. Several months after the Node and FGB are docked together in orbit, a third module, the Russian Service Module, the early station living quarters, will be launched and will attach to the port seen in this view.
International Space Sta...
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Description 98-019968 (March 26, 1998) --- Two docking ports on the control module, or Functional Cargo Block (Russian acronym FGB), are shown in this view as the module is prepared for shipment from its Moscow factory to the launch site in Kazakstan in January 1998. The Functional Cargo Block will be the first component of the International Space Station to be launched, and it will be met in space a few weeks later by the Shuttle Endeavour and a connecting module called Node 1 to begin a five-year assembly sequence for the International Space Station. The control module will be launched on a Russian Proton rocket.
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Description AS16-118-18964 (16 - 27 April 1972) --- This lunar farside oblique view from the Apollo 16 spacecraft in lunar-orbit shows the Leonov Crater, just to the left and above the principal point of the photograph. Just beyond the horizon lies the Moscow Sea.
International Space Sta...
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Description ISS006-E-42571 (4 April 2003) --- This view features a reboost of the International Space Station (ISS) in action. Ground controllers at Mission Control Moscow ignited the thrusters of a Progress rocket docked to the station?s Zvezda Service Module. The 14-minute firing raised the average altitude of the station by about 3 km. One of the Expedition 6 crewmembers captured this picture of the yellow-glowing thrusters from a window in the Service Module.
International Space Sta...
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Description ISS008-E-10698 (28 December 2003) --- Cosmonaut Alexander Y. Kaleri (foreground), Expedition 8 flight engineer, and astronaut C. Michael Foale, mission commander and NASA ISS science officer, conduct a teleconference with the Moscow Support Group for the Russian New Year celebration, via Ku- and S-band, with audio and video relayed to the Mission Control Center (MCC) at Johnson Space Center (JSC). Kaleri represents Rosaviakosmos.
International Space Sta...
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Description ISS008-E-10711 (28 December 2003) --- Cosmonaut Alexander Y. Kaleri (foreground), Expedition 8 flight engineer, and astronaut C. Michael Foale, mission commander and NASA ISS science officer, conduct a teleconference with the Moscow Support Group for the Russian New Year celebration, via Ku- and S-band, with audio and video relayed to the Mission Control Center (MCC) at Johnson Space Center (JSC). Kaleri represents Rosaviakosmos.
International Space Sta...
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Description ISS008-E-10737 (28 December 2003) --- Astronaut C. Michael Foale (right), Expedition 8 mission commander and NASA ISS science officer, and cosmonaut Alexander Y. Kaleri, flight engineer, conduct a teleconference with the Moscow Support Group for the Russian New Year celebration, via Ku- and S-band, with audio and video relayed to the Mission Control Center (MCC) at Johnson Space Center (JSC). Kaleri represents Rosaviakosmos.
International Space Sta...
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Description ISS008-E-10745 (28 December 2003) --- Astronaut C. Michael Foale, Expedition 8 mission commander and NASA ISS science officer, conducts a teleconference with the Moscow Support Group for the Russian New Year celebration, via Ku- and S-band, with audio and video relayed to the Mission Control Center (MCC) at Johnson Space Center (JSC). Holiday decorations are visible in the background.
International Space Sta...
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Description ISS014-E-10242 (25 Dec. 2006) --- Cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin (left), Expedition 14 flight engineer representing Russia's Federal Space Agency; astronaut Michael E. Lopez-Alegria, commander and NASA space station science officer; and astronaut Sunita L. Williams, flight engineer, conduct a teleconference with the Moscow Support Group for the Russian New Year celebration, via Ku- and S-band, with audio and video relayed to the Mission Control Center at Johnson Space Center.
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2000-E-27076 (16 October 2000) --- Expedition One prime and backup crew members in Moscow. From left, cosmonaut Mikhail Turin, astronaut Kenneth D. Bowersox, cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov, astronaut William M. (Bill) Shepherd and cosmonauts Sergei Krikalev and Yuri P. Gidzenko. Shepherd is Expedition One prime crew commander; Gidzenko, prime crew Soyuz commander; and Krikalev, the prime crew's flight engineer. Bowersox, Turin and Dezhurov are backups.
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2000-E-27077 (16 October 2000) --- Expedition One crew members in Moscow's Red Square. From left, Soyuz pilot Yuri Gidzenko, flight engineer Sergei Krikalev, and expedition commander William M. (Bill) Shepherd. While in Moscow, the trio also visited the grave of Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin (1934-1968). Paying respects to the first man in space is customary in Russia prior to a spaceflight.
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2000-E-27075 (16 October 2000) --- Expedition One crew members in Moscow. From left, flight engineer Sergei Krikalev, expedition commander William (Bill) Shepherd and Soyuz pilot Yuri Gidzenko.
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2003-E-33756 (4 May 2003) --- Astronaut Kenneth D. Bowersox (right), Expedition Six mission commander, and cosmonaut Nikolai M. Budarin (left), flight engineer, share a meal with cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev onboard the aircraft during their flight from Kazakhstan to Moscow. Budarin and Musabayev represent Rosaviakosmos. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2003-E-33755 (4 May 2003) --- Astronaut Kenneth D. Bowersox (left), Expedition Six mission commander, talks about his mission to Robert D. (Bob) Cabana, Director of Flight Crew Operations, while on the airplane flying from Astana, Kazakhstan to Moscow. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2003-E-33754 (4 May 2003) --- Astronaut Kenneth D. Bowersox, Expedition Six mission commander, calls his wife Annie from the airplane prior to departure at Astana, Kazakhstan to Moscow. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2003-E-33758 (4 May 2003) --- The Expedition Six crewmembers give a ?thumbs-up? signal onboard an aircraft flight from Kazakhstan to Moscow after their Soyuz capsule landing. From the left are astronauts Kenneth D. Bowersox, mission commander; Donald R. Pettit, NASA ISS science officer; and cosmonaut Nikolai M. Budarin, flight engineer representing Rosaviakosmos. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2003-E-33757 (4 May 2003) --- Astronauts Kenneth D. Bowersox (left) and Donald R. Pettit, Expedition Six mission commander and NASA ISS science officer, respectively, talk about their Soyuz capsule landing during the flight from Kazakhstan to Moscow. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2003-E-59050 (12 October 2003) --- Astronaut C. Michael Foale (foreground), Expedition 8 mission commander and NASA ISS science officer, European Space Agency (ESA) Astronaut Pedro Duque (standing left), and cosmonaut Alexander Y. Kaleri, Soyuz commander and flight engineer, gather on the bus after the flight down from Moscow to Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Expedition 8 is scheduled to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on October 18 onboard a Soyuz rocket to the International Space Station (ISS). Kaleri represents Rosaviakosmos. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2004-E-19926 (21 April 2004) --- The Expedition 8 and 9 crews and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Andre Kuipers of the Netherlands are viewed on the front screen of the Flight Control Room at Russia?s Federal Space Agency Mission Control Center outside Moscow April 21, 2004, in a televised welcoming ceremony following the docking of the Soyuz TMA-4 spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS). Under the televised view of the two crews is the insignia of the Expedition 9 crew. Cosmonaut Gennady I. Padalka, Russia?s Federal Space Agency Expedition 9 mission commander, and astronaut Edward M. (Mike) Fincke, NASA International Space Station (ISS) science officer and flight engineer, will spend six months on the Station. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2004-E-19927 (21 April 2004) --- Renita Fincke, wife of astronaut Edward M. (Mike) Fincke, NASA Expedition 9 International Space Station (ISS) science officer and flight engineer, smiles with their two-year old son, Chandra, at Russia?s Federal Space Agency Mission Control Center outside Moscow April 21, 2004, following the successful docking of the Soyuz TMA-4 spacecraft carrying Fincke, cosmonaut Gennady I. Padalka, Russia?s Federal Space Agency Expedition 9 mission commander, and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Andre Kuipers of the Netherlands to the ISS. Fincke and Padalka will spend six months on the Station. Kuipers will spend nine days on the complex, returning April 30 with the Expedition 8 crew. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2004-E-19918 (21 April 2004) --- View of the Flight Control Room at Russia?s Federal Space Agency Mission Control Center in Korolev, Russia, located on the outskirts of Moscow. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2004-E-19924 (21 April 2004) --- Helen Conijn (far right), fianc?e of European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Andre Kuipers of the Netherlands, joins Renita Fincke (second from right), wife of astronaut Edward M. (Mike) Fincke, NASA International Space Station (ISS) science officer and flight engineer, along with family members at Russia?s Federal Space Agency Mission Control Center outside Moscow on April 21, 2004, to view the docking of the Soyuz TMA-4 spacecraft to the ISS. Kuipers, Fincke and cosmonaut Gennady I. Padalka, Russia?s Federal Space Agency Expedition 9 mission commander, launched Monday, April 19, from Kazakhstan. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2004-E-19916 (21 April 2004) --- View of the outside of Russia?s Federal Space Agency Mission Control Center in Korolev, Russia, located on the outskirts of Moscow. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2004-E-19920 (21 April 2004) --- Fred Gregory (left), NASA Deputy Administrator, joins Nikolai Moiseev (right), Russia?s Federal Space Agency Deputy General-Director, at Russia?s Federal Space Agency Mission Control Center outside Moscow on April 21, 2004, to view the docking of the Soyuz TMA-4 spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS). Onboard the Soyuz were cosmonaut Gennady I. Padalka, Russia?s Federal Space Agency Expedition 9 mission commander; astronaut Edward M. (Mike) Fincke, NASA ISS science officer and flight engineer; and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Andre Kuipers of the Netherlands. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
International Space Sta...
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Description JSC2004-E-19921 (21 April 2004) --- Fred Gregory (far right), NASA Deputy Administrator and Nikolai Moiseev (second from right), Russia's Federal Space Agency Deputy General-Director, answer questions from reporters along with other space officials representing Russia's Federal Space Agency at a news conference April 21, 2004, at Russia's Federal Space Agency Mission Control Center outside Moscow following the successful of the docking of the TMA-4 spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS). The Soyuz brought the Expedition 9 crew and a European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut to the Station following their launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Photo Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
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