FLOWN SOYUZ TMA-3 HEAT SHIELD FRAGMENTS RUSSIA COSMONAUT NASA ASTRONAUT
22nd November 2016
Soyuz TMA-3 flown heat-resistant ablative coating fragment in presentational box (size of the box 2"x1"3/4")+ 4"x6" photo and Soyuz TMA-3 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: The Soyuz TMA-3 was the 7th Russian manned spacecraft to fly to the ISS, the third to deliver a long-term crew and the second carrying people to the station, since the loss of the Shuttle Columbia and the resulting grounding of the US manned space fleet. Russian transport ships were expected remain the only link to the ISS for the most of 2004. Soyuz TMA-3 spacecraft’s crew: Russian commander Alexander Kaleri, NASA Science Officer Michael Foale, comprising the eight long-term crew of the station, and European astronaut Pedro Duque, a visiting crew member. Soyuz TMA-3 blasted off from Baikonur Cosmondrome on October 18, 2003, heading to the ISS. On April 30, 2004, after nine days of handover activities onboard the station, the Expedition 8 crew along with ESA astronaut André Kuipers, who arrived with Soyuz TMA-4 nine days earlier, boarded Soyuz TMA-3 spacecraft. The Soyuz TMA-3 mission lasted 195 days, including 193 days docked to the ISSBuyer pays actual shipping cost. BUY MORE AND SAVE ON THE SHIPPING COST!
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