Encyclopedia of astronauts.Gidzenko (2014)

Film №99661, 1 part, duration: 0:04:04
Production: Studio Roscosmos
Other authors:Rozakova Marina, Kuckij Mihail, Shatilo Sergej, Trudova Nataljya, Pastuhov Sergej

Annotation:

A series of films about important pages of the life of Soviet and Russian cosmonauts. Yuri Pavlovich Gidzenko has been on three space expeditions. During the first flight under the Euromir-95 program on the Soyuz TM-22 spacecraft, an ESA astronaut went into outer space for the first time.

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Photos of Gidzenko from different years.

Baikonur, cosmonauts climb into the rocket, wave goodbye (Gidzenko, Avdeev, Reiter).

The launch of Soyuz TM-22.

MCC hall.

Astronauts at the Mir space station.

MCC hall, people applaud.

Work in outer space and inside the station.

The crew after landing, the astronauts are helped by rescuers.

Baikonur, Soyuz TM-31 are being prepared for launch.

The crew climbs into the rocket (Gidzenko, Krikalev, Shepherd).

The launch of Soyuz TM-31.

The crew on the ISS.

Gidzenko talks about the opening of the station.

Astronauts wash, shave, settle in a new place.

Gidzenko on an exercise bike.

Astronauts say goodbye to the replacement crew.

Baikonur, the launch of Soyuz TM-34.

Photos of the crew (Yuri Gidzenko, Roberto Vittori, the second space tourist Mark Shuttleward).

Gidzenko catches the ball in zero gravity, takes pictures.

Filming of different years, Gidzenko at work at the Gagarin Central Processing Center.

Photos of Gidzenko.

Personnel:

Gidzenko Yu.P. -- test cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation. Avdeev S.V. -- pilot-cosmonaut, Hero of the Russian Federation. Rajter T.A. -- German test pilot, astronaut of the European Space Agency (ESA). Krikalyov S.K. -- aviation athlete, cosmonaut, development engineer, Candidate of Psychological Sciences, academician of the Russian Academy of Cosmonautics named after K.E.Tsiolkovsky. Sheperd U.M. -- American astronaut, commander of the ISS-1 mission.

Calendar: 1995 1996 2000 2002

Locations: Moscow [820] Kazakhstan [114]

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