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FILIPCHENKO Anatoliy

( Astronaut Russia)

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Astronaut Russia. Born February 26, 1928 in the village (now - pgt) Davydovka Liskinskogo district of Voronezh region in the family of an employee. He graduated in 1947, Voronezh Special School and the Air Force in 1950 Chuguyivske Military Aviation School. He served in the aviation wing of the Air Forces of the USSR: a senior pilot, commander of the managers, deputy squadron commander, a senior instructor in the Odessa and Leningrad military districts (1950 - 1963 gg.). During the service was qualified as a Military Pilot Class 1 ", has flown over 1500 hours. In 1961 he graduated from the Air Force Academy (now - Gagarin). In 1963 he enlisted in the detachment of Soviet cosmonauts (1963 Group of the Air Force? 2). It has been a full course of general space training and preparing to fly on spacecraft such as "Union". Preparing a group for one of the Soviet lunar program. Was a double for Boris Valentinovich Volynova during the launch of the spacecraft "Soyuz-5" 15 January 1969.

His first space flight made from 12 to 17 October 1969, together with Vladislav Nikolayevich Volkov and Viktor Gorbatko as commander of the Soyuz-7 "(call sign -" Buran "). The flight program included docking with the Soyuz-8 ", running a day later. Due to technical problems on board the spacecraft docking did not take place. Flight duration was 4 days 22 hours 40 minutes 23 seconds. He continued his preparations for the new space flights. Was understudy Adrian G. Nikolaeva during the launch of the spacecraft "Soyuz-9" 1 June 1970. In May 1973 he was appointed commander of one of the crew being trained in Soviet-American space flight (EPAS). His second space flight made from 2 to 8 December 1974 together with Nikolai Nikolaevich Rukavishnikova as commander of the Soyuz-16 ". The flight was in preparation for the draft EPAS. During the flight was completed finalize the ship and the docking station in real space flight. Mission duration was 5 days 22 hours 23 minutes 35 seconds. Over 2 flights flown in space 10 days 21 hours 3 minutes 58 seconds. Was understudy Alexei Leonov during the launch of the spacecraft "Soyuz-19, July 15, 1975. Detachment astronauts stayed until 1979. Head of Cosmonaut Training Center Yuri Gagarin (1978 - 1988 gg.). Deputy Director of the Kharkiv Design Bureau of Technical Education, Director of the Moscow branch (1989 - 1992 gg.). Major General Aviation (1978). Currently retired.

Actively engaged in public work. President of the Bureau of the USSR space Federation (1979 - 1987 gg.). Chairman of the Board of the Moscow Regional Branch of the Soviet Culture Fund (1988). Chairman of Federation of Russia Skeet shooting.

Twice Hero of the Soviet Union (Decrees of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of 22 October 1969 and December 11, 1974). Awarded 2 orders of Lenin and medals. Awarded the Order of the Banner of the Hungarian People's Republic of first degree with a diamond, as well as other foreign orders and medals. Awarded a gold medal Tsiolkovsky Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Winner of USSR State Prize (1981). Honorary citizen of Kaluga, Chita, Lipetsk, Ostrogozhsk Davydovka (Russia), Karaganda, Arkalyk (Kazakhstan), Sumy (Ukraine), Houston (USA).

Author of the book "A reliable orbit" (Moscow: 1978).


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