PICRYL
PICRYLThe World's Largest Public Domain Source
  • homeHome
  • searchSearch
  • photo_albumStories
  • collectionsCollections
  • infoAbout
  • star_rateUpgrade
  • account_boxLogin

Cosmonaut Titoy, Astronaut Glenn tour D.C.

Cosmonaut Titoy, Astronaut Glenn tour D.C.

Rymdutställning. Människan i Kosmos.Världens första kvinnliga kosmonaut Valentina Teresjkova.

Time of Apollo - 1975 NASA Documentary [HD] [Original FULL VERSION]

Cosmonaut Aleksey Leonov briefed on Apollo Communications test system console

Cosmonaut Aleksey Leonov enjoys tribal welcome from Shoshone Indians

Cosmonaut Aleksey Leonov joins belly dancer on stage at Folklife Festival

AST-03-158 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Cosmonaut Kubasov with 16-mm Camera

AST-03-159 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Cosmonaut sLeonov and Kubasov in Soyuz

AST-03-157 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Cosmonaut Kubasov in Soyuz

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – KSC Director Lee Scherer, left, escorts a Soviet interpreter and Vladimir Shatalov, Soviet Cosmonaut Training Chief, on a tour of Pad 39B at the Spaceport. The Soviet and American personnel connected with July's Apollo Soyuz Test Project were at KSC February 8-10 to inspect equipment and tour facilities. The first international crewed spaceflight was a joint U.S.-U.S.S.R. rendezvous and docking mission. The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, or ASTP, took its name from the spacecraft employed: the American Apollo and the Soviet Soyuz. The three-man Apollo crew lifted off from Kennedy Space Center aboard a Saturn IB rocket on July 15, 1975, to link up with the Soyuz that had launched a few hours earlier. A cylindrical docking module served as an airlock between the two spacecraft for transfer of the crew members. Photo credit: NASA KSC-108-75P-0072

Astronaut Stafford and Cosmonaut Leonov during joint crew training at JSC

Cosmonaut Lenov and Astronaut Stafford during ASTP visit

Astronaut Stafford and Cosmonaut Leonov together in Soyuz Orbital Module

Cosmonaut Vladimir Titov in rear station of NASA T-38 for training flight

Cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev in rear station of NASA T-38 for training flight

Official portrait of Cosmonaut Vladimir Titov

Cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev practices with RMS during training exercise

Cosmonaut Vladimir Titov participates in bail-out training for STS-60

Official portrait of Cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev

Portrait of Russian cosmonaut and Mir 19 crewmember Nikolai Budarin

Portrait of Russian cosmonaut and Mir 19 commander Anatoly Solovyev

Portrait of Mir 18 cosmonaut Vladimir N. Dezhurov

Portrait of Mir 18 cosmonaut Gennadiy Strekalov

Cosmonaut Dezhurov during medical operations training

STS-71 Cosmonaut and Astronauts meet the press

Cosmonaut Solovyev answers questions at STS-71 news conference

Cosmonaut Strekalov during STS-71 news conference

Cosmonaut Budarin during STS-71 news conference

Cosmonaut Yuriy Onufriyenko simulates parachute drop into water

Cosmonaut Strekalov during emergency egress training at JSC

S71E0077 - STS-071 - Astronaut Thagard and Cosmonaut Strekalov aboard Mir Space Station

S71E0013 - STS-071 - Cosmonaut Strekalov on Mir

STS074-329-032 - STS-074 - Cosmonaut Avdeyev composes letter home

S71E0014 - STS-071 - Cosmonaut Solovyev in Mir core module

S71E0079 - STS-071 - Astronaut Baker and cosmonaut Dezhurov on the Spacelab

S71E0108 - STS-071 - Cosmonaut Strekalov in Mir Base block

S71E0067 - STS-071 - Cosmonaut Dezhurov in the docking tunnel

STS074-344-001 - STS-074 - Cosmonaut Avdeyev in the Progress module

S71E0004 - STS-071 - Astronaut Robert Gibson and Cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov greet each other

S71E0010 - STS-071 - STS-71 commander Gibson and Mir 18 cosmonaut Dezhurov shake hands

STS074-322-028 - STS-074 - Mir 20 cosmonaut Gidzenko moving towards Base Block

S71E0069 - STS-071 - Cosmonaut Budarin on Mir Space Station.

S71E0107 - STS-071 - Cosmonaut Strekalov in Mir Base block

S74E5123 - STS-074 - Cosmonaut Reiter with camera in Mir

S74E5159 - STS-074 - Astronaut Cameron and Cosmonaut Gidzenko exchange gifts after docking

S74E5158 - STS-074 - Astronaut Cameron and Cosmonaut Gidzenko exchange gifts after docking

S74E5121 - STS-074 - Astronaut Cameron and Cosmonaut Gidzenko exchange gifts after docking

STS071-101-002 - STS-071 - Mir 18 cosmonaut seen through docking hatch

STS074-325-037 - STS-074 - Astronaut Ross and Cosmonaut Reiter during in-flight maintenance

S71E0006 - STS-071 - Cosmonaut Strekalov and Astronaut Dunbar shake hands in greeting

S71E0003 - STS-071 - Astronaut Robert Gibson and Cosmonaut Vladimir Dezhurov greet

STS074-318-006 - STS-074 - Pilot Halsell hands ESA cosmonaut Reiter roll of film

S71E0011 - STS-071 - STS-71 mission commander Gibson and Mir-18 cosmonaut Strekalov in Mir

STS074-322-026 - STS-074 - Cosmonaut Gidzenko in Kvant I module

S74E5133 - STS-074 - Astronaut Cameron and Cosmonaut Gidzenko exchange gifts after docking

STS074-329-033 - STS-074 - Cosmonaut Avdeyev composes letter home

S71E0005 - STS-071 - Cosmonaut Strekalov and Astronaut Dunbar hug in greeting

S74E5134 - STS-074 - Astronaut Cameron and Cosmonaut Gidzenko exchange gifts after docking

S74E5122 - STS-074 - Astronaut Cameron and Cosmonaut Gidzenko exchange gifts after docking

Cosmonaut Vladimir Titov with samples for CGBA

Russian cosmonaut Vladimir Titov works with samples for the CGBA

Astronaut Collins and cosmonaut Titov organize TIPS paper messages

Cosmonaut Valeriy Polyakov seen in Mir's window from Shuttle Discovery

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- STS-63 Mission Specialist Dr. Bernard Harris autographs copies of the crew photograph in the Training Auditorium during a March crew visit to thank employees for their help in ensuring a successful mission. The six-member crew on Discovery, who landed February 11 after an eight-day flight, included Mission Commander James Wetherbee, Pilot Eileen Collins (on the first flight of a female Shuttle pilot), and Mission Specialists Michael Foale, Janice Voss and Vladimir Titov. The mission featured another milestone, the first approach and flyaround of a Shuttle with Russian Space Station Mir. It was also the second flight of a russian cosmonaut on Shuttle and the third flight of the SPACEHAB module, which carried 20 experiments in biotechnology, advanced materials development, technology demonstrations and other measurements. KSC-95PC-0439

Cosmonaut Budarin with Russian space suits

Astronaut Cameron and Cosmonaut Gidzenko say goodbye

STS076-341-005 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-019 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-008 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-014 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-018 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS079-356-006 - STS-079 - Astronauts Walz,Apt and cosmonaut Kaleri in Mir space station center node

STS076-341-002 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-004 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS079-356-004 - STS-079 - Astronauts Walz, Apt and cosmonaut Kaleri in Mir space station center node

STS076-341-015 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-010 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-013 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-003 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-001 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-341-006 - STS-076 - Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

STS076-312-035 - STS-076 - Cosmonaut Yuri Onufrienko floats in shuttle Orbiter Docking System (ODS)

STS079-356-005 - STS-079 - Astronauts Walz,Apt and cosmonaut Kaleri in Mir space station center node

Astronaut and cosmonaut activities in shuttle Atlantis and space station Mir

Mir 22 cosmonauts in training at Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Russia

STS-84 Mission Specialists Elena V. Kondakova, at left, and Jean-Francois Clervoy pose for photos outside the SPACEHAB Double Module, which will carry more than 6,000 pounds of scientific experiments and logistics to the Russian Space Station Mir. Kondakova, a cosmonaut with the Russian Space Agency, has the nickname of Betty Sue for this mission. Clervoy, an astronaut with the European Space Agency, is wearing a name tag with his mission nickname, Billie Bob. They are participating in the Crew Equipment Integration Test (CEIT) at the SPACEHAB Payload Processing Facility in Cape Canaveral. STS-84 will be the sixth docking of the Space Shuttle with Mir. It also will be the third consecutive crew member exchange of U.S. astronauts aboard Mir. STS-84 Mission Specialist C. Michael Foale will replace astronaut Jerry M. Linenger on Mir. Linenger has been on Mir since the STS-81 mission in January. Foale is scheduled to remain on Mir about four months. STS-84 is targeted for a May 15 liftoff KSC-97pc498

STS-84 crew members pose for a group photograph in the Launch Complex 39 area with Launch Pad A in the background. The seven crew members are scheduled to lift off next month from Pad A aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis on a scheduled nine-day mission. From left, are Mission Specialist Carlos I. Noriega, Commander Charles J. Precourt, Pilot Eileen Marie Collins, Russian cosmonaut and STS-84 Mission Specialist Elena V. Kondakova, Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu, European Space Agency astronaut and STS-84 Mission Specialist Jean-Francois Clervoy, and Mission Specialist C. Michael Foale. They are at KSC to participate in the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT), a dress rehearsal for launch. Foale will be dropped off on Mir to become a member of the Mir 23 crew, replacing U.S. astronaut Jerry M. Linenger, who will return to Earth on Atlantis after about four months on the orbiting station. STS-84 will be the sixth Shuttle-Mir docking. Liftoff is targeted for May 15 KSC-97pc721

With several of her fellow crew members watching, STS-84 Mission Specialist Elena V. Kondakova, seated at center, gets instructions on using the slidewire baskets, part of the emergency egress system at Launch Pad 39A. Familiarization with pad procedures and systems is part of the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT) activities for the crew. Kondakova, a cosmonaut with the Russian space agency, is one of the seven STS-84 crew members for the sixth docking of the Space Shuttle with the Russian Space Station Mir. Another member, C. Michael Foale, will transfer to the space station and become a member of the Mir 23 crew, replacing U.S. astronaut Jerry M. Linenger, who will return to Earth aboard Atlantis. Foale will live and work on Mir until mid-September when his replacement is expected to arrive on the STS-86 mission. Kondakova previously lived on the Russian space station as the flight engineer of the 17th main mission on Mir from Oct. 4, 1994, to March 9, 1995. STS-84 is targeted for a May 15 liftoff KSC-97pc740

STS-84 Mission Specialist Elena V. Kondakova, a cosmonaut with the Russian Space Agency, talks to news media representatives and other onlookers during Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT) activities at Launch Pad 39A. Kondakova will be one of seven crew members on the sixth docking of the Space Shuttle with the Russian Space Station Mir. Another of the crew members, C. Michael Foale, will transfer to the space station and become a member of the Mir 23 crew, replacing U.S. astronaut Jerry M. Linenger, who will return to Earth aboard Atlantis. Foale will live and work on Mir until mid-September when his replacement is expected to arrive on the STS-86 mission. Kondakova previously lived on the Russian space station as the flight engineer of the 17th main mission on Mir from Oct. 4, 1994, to March 9, 1995. STS-84 is targeted for a May 15 liftoff KSC-97pc736

STS-84 crew members are all smiles for the dress rehearsal of their walkout from the Operations and Checkout Building to board the astronaut van which will take them to Launch Pad 39A. They are participating in an abbreviated practice countdown to launch called the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT). Leading the way, from left, are Pilot Eileen Marie Collins and Commander Charles J. Precourt. In the second row are Mission Specialists C. Michael Foale and Elena V. Kondakova, a Russian cosmonaut. Behind them, from left, are Mission Specialist Jean-Francois Clervoy, an astronaut with the European Space Agency; and U.S. astronauts and STS-84 Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu and Carlos I. Noriega. During the sixth Shuttle-Mir docking, Foale will take his place aboard the Russian Space Station Mir as a member of the Mir 23 crew, replacing U.S. astronaut Jerry M. Linenger, who will return to Earth on Atlantis. Launch of STS-84 is targeted for May 15 KSC-97pc746

STS-84 Mission Specialist C. Michael Foale, at center, exhibits great enthusiasm for the upcoming Space Shuttle mission to onlookers during the dress rehearsal of the crew’s walkout from the Operations and Checkout Building. He and the other six STS-84 crew members are participating in an abbreviated practice countdown to launch called the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT). In front of Foale is Mission Specialist Elena V. Kondakova, a Russian cosmonaut. Behind Foale, from left, are Mission Specialist Jean-Francois Clervoy, an astronaut with the European Space Agency; and U.S. astronauts and STS-84 Mission Specialists Edward Tsang Lu and Carlos I. Noriega. Already out of camera view are Pilot Eileen Marie Collins and Commander Charles J. Precourt. During the sixth ShuttleMir docking, Foale will take his place aboard the Russian Space Station Mir as a member of the Mir 23 crew, replacing U.S. astronaut Jerry M. Linenger, who will return to Earth on Atlantis. Launch of STS-84 is targeted for May 15 KSC-97pc745

STS-84 Mission Specialists C. Michael Foale, at left, and Elena V. Kondakova, of the Russian Space Agency, find a moment to communicate one-on-one, perhaps about upcoming and past experiences living on the Russian Space Station Mir, during a busy training session at Launch Pad 39A. They and the other five crew members are participating in the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT), a dress rehearsal for launch. STS-84 aboard Atlantis will be the sixth docking of the Space Shuttle with the Mir. Kondakova spent 169 days in space as the cosmonaut flight engineer of the 17th main mission to Mir from Oct. 4, 1994, to March 9, 1995. After Atlantis docks with Mir on STS-84, Foale will transfer to the space station and become a member of the Mir 23 crew, replacing U.S. astronaut Jerry M. Linenger, who will return to Earth aboard Atlantis. Foale will live and work on Mir until mid-September when his replacement is expected to arrive on the STS-86 mission. STS-84 is targeted for a May 15 liftoff. KSC-97pc759

STS-84 Mission Specialist Elena V. Kondakova, a cosmonaut with the Russian Space Agency, and her husband, Valery Ryumin, greet press represenatives and other well wishers after her arrival at KSC’s Shuttle Landing Facility. Ryumin is director of the Mir-Shuttle program for RSC Energia in Russia. This will be Kondakova’s first flight on a U.S. Space Shuttle, but her second trip into space. She spent 169 days in space as flight engineer of the 17th main mission on Mir from October 1994 to March 1995. STS-84 will be the sixth docking of the Space Shuttle with the Russian Space Station Mir. During the docking, STS-84 Mission Specialist C. Michael Foale will transfer to the Russian space station to become a member of the Mir 23 crew, replacing U.S. astronaut Jerry M. Linenger, who will return to Earth on Atlantis. Foale is scheduled to remain on Mir about four months until his replacement arrives on STS-86 in September KSC-97pc782

The crew of Mission STS-84 departs from the Operations and Checkout Building en route to Launch Pad 39A, where the Space Shuttle Atlantis awaits liftoff on the sixth docking of the Space Shuttle with the Russian Space Station Mir. Leading the way, from left, are Pilot Eileen Marie Collins and Commander Charles J. Precourt. Mission Specialist Elena V. Kondakova, a cosmonaut with the Russian Space Agency, walks behind Collins, and is followed by Mission Specialist C. Michael Foale, with hands upraised. At rear, from left, are Mission Specialist Jean-Francois Clervoy of the European Space Agency, Mission Specialist Edward Tsang Lu and Mission Specialist Carlos I. Noriega. The Space Shuttle Atlantis and its crew of seven are scheduled to lift off during an approximate 7-minute launch window which opens about 4:08 a.m. The exact liftoff time will be determined about 90 minutes prior to launch, based on Mir’s current location. The planned nine-day mission also will include the exchange of Foale for U.S. astronaut and Mir 23 crew member Jerry M. Linenger, who has been on Mir since Jan. 15. Linenger will return to Earth on Atlantis, and Foale will remain on Mir for about four months KSC-97PC790

STS-84 Mission Specialist Elena V. Kondakova gives a "thumbs up" as she dons her launch and entry suit during final prelaunch preparations in the Operations and Checkout Building. Kondakova is a cosmonaut with the Russian Space Agency. This is her second trip into space, but her first on the Space Shuttle. She spent 169 days in space as flight engineer of the 17th main mission on the Russian Space Station Mir from Oct. 4, 1994, to March 9, 1995. STS-84 aboard Atlantis will be the sixth docking of the Space Shuttle with the Mir KSC-97PC797

Veteran cosmonaut Valery Ryumin greets his wife, STS-84 Mission Specialist Elena V. Kondakova, with some flowers after the Space Shuttle orbiter Atlantis lands on KSC’s Runway 33. STS-84 was the sixth docking of the Space Shuttle with the Russian Space Station Mir. The nine-day STS-84 mission was Kondakova’s second space flight, but her first on the Space Shuttle. She spent 169 days in space as flight engineer of the 17th main mission on Mir from October 1994 to March 1995. Her husband is now director of the Mir-Shuttle program for Russia KSC-97PC849

Official portraits of Cosmonaut Salizhan S. Sharipov

STS-86 Mission Specialist Vladimir Georgievich Titov grins broadly for photographers after he and other crew members arrive at KSC’s Shuttle Landing Facility for the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT), a dress rehearsal for launch. This will be the fifth spaceflight, second aboard the Space Shuttle, for Russian cosmonaut Titov, who is a colonel in the Russian Air Force. On STS-86, he will become the first non-American astronaut to perform a Shuttle-based extravehicular activity or spacewalk. STS-86 will be the seventh docking of the Space Shuttle with the Russian Space Station Mir, on which Titov spent a then-record 366 consecutive days in space in 1987-88. STS-86 is targeted for a Sept. 25 launch aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis KSC-97PC1342

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- STS-86 Mission Specialists Vladimir Georgievich Titov, at left, and Jean-Loup J.M. Chretien, the two members of the STS-86 crew representing foreign space agencies, talk to press representatives before departing from KSC’s Shuttle Landing Facility. They and the five other crew members were at KSC to participate in the Terminal Countdown Demonstration Test (TCDT). They will return to Johnson Space Center, Houston, Texas, for final prelaunch training. Titov is a cosmonaut with the Russian Space Agency; Chretien is an astronaut with the French Space Agency, CNES. Titov will make his fifth spaceflight, and second on the Space Shuttle, on STS-86 aboard Atlantis. Chretien has flown twice before as a research-cosmonaut on Russian missions; this will be his first Shuttle mission. STS-86 will be the seventh docking of the Space Shuttle with the Russian Space Station Mir. Liftoff is targeted for Sept. 25 from Launch Pad 39A KSC-97PC1376