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# fc229a Soyuz TM-14/MIR/Soyuz TM-13 flown covers

145 days flown on board Soyuz TM-14/MIR/Soyuz TM-13 covers canceled with 4 MIR onboard handstamps, including German MIR-92 stamp delivered by German cosmonaut Flade and three Soviet/Russian onboard stamps including still Soviet period Pentagonal MIR stamp and stamp dated march 19, 1992-day of docking of spacecraft Soyuz TM-14 (Viktorenko, Kaleri, Flade) to module Kvant of orbit complex MIR-Soyuz TM-13.On two covers German stamp placed on reverse side.First listed Cosmonaut Mail cover has this stamp cancellation on front side. Signed by Soyuz TM-14 Flade and Viktorenko-Kaleri (MIR-11 residence crew), who relieved Volkov and extended MIR crew member Krikalev. Volkov and Krikalev, who were on station at that time signed cover as well. The mission was devoted to Earth resources, some for new Russian commercial firms. Covers carried back to Earth on Soyuz TM-13 by Alexander Kaleri.
 # fc229a            Soyuz TM-14/MIR/Soyuz TM-13 flown covers 1
 # fc229a            Soyuz TM-14/MIR/Soyuz TM-13 flown covers 2
 # fc229a            Soyuz TM-14/MIR/Soyuz TM-13 flown covers 3
 # fc229a            Soyuz TM-14/MIR/Soyuz TM-13 flown covers 4
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 08 January, 2004.