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Gennadiy Mikhajlovich STREKALOV

 

99 Worldwide / 49 USSR (Russia)

 

Date of birth:  October 28, 1940.

 

The 1st Space Flight:

  • Launch:  November 27, 1980 at 14.18; “SoyuzT-3”. Cosmonaut-researcher.
  • Docking of the “SoyuzT-3” with the “Salyut-6” station on November 28, 1980.
  • Undocking of the “SoyuzT-3” from the “Salyut-6” station on December 10, 1980.
  • Landing: December 10, 1980 at 09.26; “SoyuzT-3”. F Cosmonaut-researcher.
  • Flight duration: 12 days, 19 hours, 07 minutes, 42 seconds.

The 2nd Space Flight:

  • Launch:  April 20, 1983 at 13.10; “SoyuzT-8”. Flight-engineer.
  • Docking of “SoyuzT-8” with “Salyut-7” station was not performed due to technical reason
  • Landing: April 22, 1983 at 13.28; “SoyuzT-8”. Flight-engineer.
  • Flight duration: 02 days, 00 hours, 17 minutes, 48 seconds.

The Failed Launch

  • Launch:  September 26, 1983 at 19.37; “SoyuzT-10-1” (non-official name). Flight-engineer.
  • Emergency flight due to failure with fire of the “Soyuz-U” rocket-carrier.
  • Landing: September 26, 1983 at 19.42; “SoyuzT-10-1” (non-official name). Flight-engineer.

Flight duration: 00 days, 00 hours, 05 minutes, 13 seconds

 

The 3rd Space Flight:

  • Launch:  April 03, 1984 at 13.08; “SoyuzT-11”. Flight-engineer.
  • Docking of “SoyuzT-11” with “Salyut-7” station on April 04, 1984.
  • Undocking of “SoyuzT-10” from “Salyut-7” station on April 11, 1984.
  • Landing: April 11, 1984 at 10.48; “SoyuzT-10”. Flight-engineer.
  • Flight duration: 07 days, 21 hours, 40 minutes, 06 seconds.

The 4th Space Flight:

  • Launch:  August 01, 1990 at 09.32; “SoyuzTM-10”. Flight-engineer.
  • Docking of the “SoyuzTM-10” with “Mir” station on August 03, 1990.
  • EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity – 02 hours, 45 minutes) on October 30, 1990.
  • Undocking of the “SoyuzTM-10” from “Mir” station on December 10, 1990.
  • Landing: December 10, 1990 at 06.08; “SoyuzTM-10”. Flight-engineer.
  • Flight duration: 130 days, 20 hours, 35 minutes, 51 seconds.

 The 5th Space Flight:

  • Launch:  March 14, 1995 at 06.11; “SoyuzTM-21”. Flight-engineer.
  • Docking of the “SoyuzTM-21” with “Mir” station on March 16, 1995.
  • EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity – 06 hours, 15 minutes) on May 12, 1995.
  • EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity – 06 hours, 42 minutes) on May 17, 1995.
  • EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity – 05 hours, 15 minutes) on May 22, 1995.
  • IVA (Inside Vehicular Activity (depressurized compartment) – 00 hours, 21 minutes) on May 28, 1995.
  • IVA (Inside Vehicular Activity (depressurized compartment) – 00 hours, 23 minutes) on June 01, 1995.
  • Undocking of “Atlantis” (STS-71) from “Mir” station on July 04, 1995.
  • Landing: July 07, 1995 at 14.54; “Atlantis” (STS-71). Mir 18 crew member.
  • Flight duration: 115 days, 08 hours, 43 minutes, 00 seconds.

A member of the 1st Mir / Shuttle joint flight.

One of the first 2 Russian cosmonauts who returned from “Mir” to Earth by Shuttle.

 

Total space walks (EVAs) – 6 (including 2 activities in a depressurized compartment)

Total time in outer space (EVAs) - 21 hour 40 minutes (including 2 activities in a depressurized compartment).

 

Total space flights – 5.

Total time in space: 268 days, 22 hours, 24 minutes, 29 seconds (without the 1983 Emergency Flight).

 

Date of death: December 25, 2004.

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