FLOWN SOYUZ TMA-19 HEAT SHIELD FRAGMENTS RUSSIA COSMONAUT NASA ASTRONAUT
22nd November 2016
Soyuz TMA-19 flown heat-resistant ablative coating fragment in presentational box (size of the box 2"x1"3/4")+ 4"x6" photo and Soyuz TMA-19 flown heat-resistant ablative coating fragment in presentational box (size of the box 2"x1"3/4")+ 5"x7" photo. The letter of authenticity will come with this artefact. Here is some information about this mission: Soyuz TMA-19 was a manned spaceflight to ISS. It was launched June 15, 2010 carrying three members of Expedition 24 crew to ISS, who remained aboard the station for around six months. TMA-19 was the 106th manned flight of Soyuz spacecraft. The spacecraft remained docked to the space station for the remainder of Expedition 24, and for Expedition 25, to serve as an emergency escape vehicle. It undocked from ISS and landed in Kazakhstan on the November 26, 2010. It was the 100th mission to be conducted as part of the International Space Station program since assembly began in 1998 Launched crew: Fyodor YurchikhinShannon Walker Douglas H. Wheelock During their mission, the Expedition 24 and 25 crew members worked on more than 120 microgravity experiments in human research; biology and biotechnology; physical and materials sciences; technology development; and Earth and space sciences. The astronauts also responded to an emergency shutdown of half of the station's external cooling system and supported three unplanned spacewalks by Wheelock and Expedition 24 Flight Engineer Tracy Caldwell Dyson to replace the faulty pump module that caused the shutdown. Their efforts restored the station's critical cooling system to full function. F. Yurchikhin has logged 371 total days in space, Wheelock 178 days and Walker 163 days. Buyer pays actual shipping cost. BUY MORE AND SAVE ON THE SHIPPING COST!
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