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Longest Single Stay in Space by Valeri Vladimirovich

Longest Single Stay in Space by Russian Cosmonaut

Longest Single Stay in Space by Valeri Vladimirovich

Valeri Vladimirovich was born in April 27,1942 and the citizen of Russian cosmonaut. He is the holder of the record for the longest single stay in space in human history. He stays aboard the Mir space station for more than 14 months (437 days 18 hours) during one trip. He has experience in space is more than 22 months. He was selected as cosmonaut in 1972, Polyakov made his first flight into space aboard in 1988.

 He returned to earth 240 days later aboard. Polyakov completed his second fight into space in 1994-1995 TM, spending 437 days in space between launching on Soyuz TM-18 and landing in TM-20 and setting the record for the longest time continuously spent in space by an individual in human history.

He was educated at the Tula secondary school from which he graduated in 1959. And after that he enrolled in the I.M scheme 1st Moscow medical institute, where he graduated with a doctoral degree. After he enrolled in the institute of medical and biological problems.

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