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# soy115 Soyuz-13, Soyuz T-5/T-7 cosmonaut V.Lebedev

Cosmonaut Valentin Lebedev autographed card.Availability and price check by e-mail or call.Personal data is below: Valentin Vitalyevich Lebedev Status: Inactive. Trained as: Cosmonaut. Profession: Engineer. Sex: Male. Marital Status: Married. Children: One. Birth Date: 14 April 1942. Birth City: Moscow. Birth State: Moscow. Birth Country: Russia. Nationality: Russian. Affiliation: Civilian Engineer, Korolev OKB. Group: 1972 Civilian Engineer Group. Detachment: TsKBEM- 2. Date Selected: 22 March 1972. Date Departed: 25 February 1993. Number of Flights: 2. Total Time: 219.25 days. Number of EVAs: 1. Total EVA Time: 2.55 hours. Comments: . -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Flight Log Soyuz 13 - - 1973 Dec 18 - Assignment: Prime Crew. Flight Time: 7.87 days. Flight details: Soyuz 13. A unique flight of the 7K-T/AF modification of the Soyuz spacecraft. The orbital module was dominated by the large Orion 2 astrophysical camera. The crew conducted astrophysical observations of stars in the ultraviolet range. Additional experiments included spectrozonal photography of specific areas of the earth`s surface, and continued testing of space craft`s on-board systems. Recovered December 26, 1973 8:50 GMT. Landed in snowstorm 200 km SW Karaganda. Soyuz 32 - - 1979 Feb 25 - Assignment: Backup Crew. Flight details: Soyuz 32. Manned two crew. Docked with Salyut 6. Transported a team consisting of V A Lyakhov and V V Ryumin to the Salyut-6 space station to conduct scientific investigations and experiments and repair work. Recovered June 15, 1979 16:18 GMT. Returned unmanned. Soyuz T-5 - - 1982 May 13 - Assignment: Prime Crew. Flight Time: 211.38 days. Flight details: Soyuz T-5. Manned two crew. Carried Anatoli Berezovoi, Valentin Lebedev to Salyut 7 to conduct scientific research and experiments; returned crew of Soyuz T-7 to Earth. Docked with Salyut 7. Recovered September 1, 1982 15:04 GMT. EVA Soyuz T-8-1 - - 1982 Jul 30 - Assignment: EVA Crew. EVA Duration: 2.55 hours. Retrieved and installed material samples. Tested equipment.
 # soy115            Soyuz-13, Soyuz T-5/T-7 cosmonaut V.Lebedev 1

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