Photo Salyut 7 Space Station 1982 Signed by Cosmonaut Serebrov Soyuz T-7

Photo Salyut 7 Space Station 1982 Signed by Cosmonaut Serebrov Soyuz T-7

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Russian Cosmonaut A. Serebrov signed and inscribed colour high quality photo (8" x 10"), printed on Kodak paper. Salyut-7, Soyuz T-7, 1982. The photo is in excellent condition. 

“The first flight to “Salyut-7” August 19-27, 1982.

S. Savitskaya and A. Serebrov (commander L. Popov) conducting experiment on electrophoresis. A. Serebrov(signature) August 22, 1982.”

Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Serebrov(1944 – 2013) was a Russian Soviet cosmonaut. 

He flew on Soyuz T-7, Soyuz T-8, Soyuz TM-8 and SoyuzTM-17. He was one of very few cosmonauts to fly for both the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation that followed it. He held the record for most spacewalks, 10, until Anatoly Solovyov Anatoly surpassed it. In all, Serebrov spent 371.95 days in space. Serebrov contributed to the design of Salyut 6 and Salyut 7 and Mir space stations. He helped design, and, according to a New York Times obituary, "was the first to test a one-person vehicle - popularly called a space motorcycle - to rescue space crews in distress and repair satellites." This vehicle, known as Icarus, was tested in February 1990, and remained onboard Mirfor several years but was never used after that.

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