Russian Cosmonaut V. Lyakhov V. Ryumin Signed Photo Salyut 6 Soyuz 32, 1979

Russian Cosmonaut V. Lyakhov V. Ryumin Signed Photo Salyut 6 Soyuz 32, 1979

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Soviet Russian cosmonauts Vladimir Lyakhov and Valery Ryumin signed black and white photo (7" x 9.1/2") of Soyuz 32 crew during the training, 1979.

The photo is in excellent condition.

Soyuz 32 was a 1979 Soviet manned space flight to the Salyut 6 space station. It was the eighth mission to and seventh successful docking at the orbiting facility. The Soyuz 32 crew was the third long-duration crew to man the space station.

Cosmonauts Vladimir Lyakhov and Valery Ryumin spent 175 days in space, setting a new space endurance record. Because of the failure of a visiting crew to successfully dock and the resultant decision to send an unmanned Soyuz craft as a replacement return vehicle, the Soyuz 32 crew had no visitors in the Salyut 6 space station.

Vladimir Afanasyevich Lyakhov (1941 – 2018) was a Russian Soviet cosmonaut. Lyakhov was the Commander on Soyuz 32, Soyuz T-9, and Soyuz TM-6, and spent 333 days, 7 hours, 47 minutes in space. 

Valery Victorovich Ryuminis a former Soviet cosmonaut.A veteran of three space flights, Ryumin has logged a total of 362 days in space. In 1977, he spent 2 days aboard Soyuz-25, in 1979, he spent 175 days aboard Soyuz vehicles and the Salyut-6 space station, and in 1980, he spent 185 days aboard Soyuz vehicles and the Salyut-6 space station.

 

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