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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2500 on: 08/23/2021 09:19 am »
Today is the birthday of cosmonaut Sergei Kud-Sverchkov

08/23/2021 01:30

Sergei Kud-Sverchkov was born in Leninsk (now Baikonur), graduated from school in Korolev, studied at the Moscow State Technical University named after N.E. Bauman with a degree in Rocket Engines. But, despite the fact that literally from an early age he was introduced to the topic of space, he did not dream of conquering the vastness of the Universe in childhood and adolescence.

The desire to become an astronaut appeared in the last years of the university, from which Sergei graduated with honors. As a student, he underwent an internship at the Rocket and Space Corporation Energia named after S.P. Korolev (part of the Roscosmos State Corporation), where he was later hired as an engineer. This was an important step towards the cherished goal.

On April 26, 2010, by the decision of the State Interdepartmental Commission, Sergei Kud-Sverchkov was recommended for admission to the Energia cosmonaut corps (17th set), in 2012 he completed general space training and received the qualification of a test cosmonaut. From August 2012 to October 2019, he was preparing for a flight as part of the specialization and improvement group under the ISS program, then as a flight engineer for the backup and subsequently the ISS-64 prime crew.

Sergey Kud-Sverchkov set off for space flight on October 14, 2020 on the Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft together with Sergey Ryzhikov (ISS-64 crew commander) and NASA astronaut Kathleen Rubins. On November 18, 2020 he made a spacewalk that lasted almost seven hours, together with Sergei Ryzhikov. On April 17, 2021, the crew returned safely to Earth. The flight duration was 185 days.

The management and staff of the Roscosmos State Corporation, the Cosmonaut Training Center, colleagues in the Roscosmos Cosmonaut Corps congratulate Sergei Kud-Sverchkov on his birthday and wish him health, happiness, prosperity, and conquering new heights!

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2501 on: 08/23/2021 09:36 am »
Today is the birthday of the cosmonaut of Roscosmos Sergei @KudSverchkov: https://roscosmos.ru/32271/

We congratulate Sergey and wish him health, happiness, prosperity, conquest of new peaks

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« Reply #2502 on: 08/23/2021 09:37 am »
Sergey @KudSverchkov  shared with the correspondent of the magazine "Russian space":

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2503 on: 08/26/2021 04:27 pm »
#OTD five years ago, NASA astronaut Kate Rubins became the first person to sequence DNA in space. Since then researchers have used sequencing as a tool for further advancing space biology research and preparing us for missions farther into deep space.

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2504 on: 08/28/2021 07:40 am »
Wow, I can’t either! Say hi for me. Gotta get out there too…

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2505 on: 09/05/2021 10:46 am »
Sailors in space? Your Navy and NASA, together.

@NASA Astronaut, Lt. Cmdr. Victor Glover, from Pomona, California, joins us on this week's #Ship2Shore for an inside look at life as an astronaut and what drove him to follow a career in #STEM!

https://twitter.com/NavyOutreach/status/1433841711713824768

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2506 on: 09/28/2021 01:35 am »
The lineup:

Mike Hopkins
Shannon Walker
Victor Glover
Soichi Noguchi
American football Pittsburgh @Steelers’ Josh Dobbs

The quarterback joins the SpaceX Crew-1 mission astronauts, now back on Earth after their @Space_station mission.
Watch at 6 p.m. EDT: https://bit.ly/3zGjEWK

https://twitter.com/NASA_Johnson/status/1442603613067493381

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2507 on: 09/30/2021 10:07 am »

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« Reply #2508 on: 09/30/2021 11:05 am »
Uchu no Tane 2021 By the way, the seeds distributed this time were launched from the ground and traveled in space for this educational project. The seed is the same variety of "sweet basil" that Astronaut Noguchi raised. #Would you like to compare how you grow up with today's basil ?

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2509 on: 10/12/2021 01:51 pm »
On October 12, 1492, one of the significant geographical discoveries took place. During his maiden voyage in search of a way to India, Christopher Columbus discovered a new land. On October 13, his ship landed on the shores of one of the Bahamas, thus rediscovering the New World.

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2510 on: 10/12/2021 01:52 pm »
On October 12, 1492, one of the major geographical discoveries took place. On his first voyage Christopher Columbus discovered a new land.

On 13 October, his sailors embarked on the shores of one of the Bahamas islands discovering America!

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« Reply #2511 on: 10/13/2021 03:46 pm »
On October 13, 1884, the Greenwich meridian was recommended as the starting point of reference. In addition, later, Greenwich time became the basis for determining the universal time and counting time zones.

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2512 on: 10/14/2021 04:05 pm »
It seemed like it was yesterday, but a whole year has flown by! Early that day, October 14, early in the morning, the crew took their places in the # SoyuzMS17 spacecraft and after 3h 03m docked with the ISS. I am often asked how it feels when a rocket takes off from the ground. Fear? No. Excitement? Yes and no.

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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2513 on: 11/12/2021 02:16 pm »
From space to Antarctica! Sergey@KudSverchkov - a member of the meteorite expedition to Antarctica Tomorrow the search team of the meteorite expedition of the Ural Federal University, which will work as part of the 67th Antarctic expedition, will leave:

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« Reply #2514 on: 12/03/2021 03:05 pm »
NASA Astronauts Read Aloud: You Are Going


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Re: Expedition 64 Thread
« Reply #2515 on: 12/09/2022 10:39 am »
At the Gold Star medal ceremony for the Heroes of Russia. With test cosmonaut of the Yuri Gagarin Research and Testing Cosmonaut Training Center Sergei Kud-Sverchkov! Congratulations Sergey!

https://twitter.com/Space_Dahlia/status/1601130862191730690

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