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Flown Soyuz Tma-3 Heat Shield Fragments Russia Nasa Esa Spain Astronaut For Sale
Soyuz TMA-3 flown heatshield fragment in presentational box( size 2"x1"x3/4")+ 5"x7" photo, andSoyuz TMA-3 flown heat-resistant ablative coating fragment in presentational box (size of the box 2"x1"3/4")+ 5"x7" photo.
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Here is some information about this mission:
Soyuz TMA-3 became the
7th Soyuz to fly to the ISS. Launch crew: the
commander Alexander Kaleri, the flight engineer Michael Foale ( USA) and ESA
astronaut from Spain Pedro Duque as the second flight engineer. Landed crew: Michael Foale ( NASA), Alexander Kaleri and
ESA astronaut Andre Kuipers. Soyuz TMA-3 spacecraft blasted off from Site 1
at Baikonur Cosmodrome at 9:38:03 Moscow Summer Time on October 18, 2003,
heading to the ISS. After docking with the ISS they exchanged
the current crew on ISS and became the eighth station crew, called "ISS
Expedition Eight". During the stay on the station Michael Foale is the ISS
Commander, while Alexander Kaleri is the engineer. Foale is the first American
to have served on both Mir and the ISS. Pedro Duque performed some ESA
sponsored science experiments under the mission name Cervantes and then
returned with the ISS 7 crew on Soyuz TMA-2. On April 30, 2004, after nine days of
handover activities onboard the station, the Expedition 8 crew along with ESA
astronaut André Kuipers, who arrived with Soyuz TMA-4 nine days earlier,
boarded Soyuz TMA-3 spacecraft. It undocked from the Pirs Docking Compartment
of the ISS at 00:52 Moscow Time on April 30, 2004. The landing site was located some
60 kilometres northeast of the town of Arkalyk at the point 50.38 North
latitude and 67.20 East longitudes. The Soyuz TMA-3 mission lasted 195
days, including 193 days docked to the ISS.
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