growth in space. one of the highest Russian civilian awards and the highest award that a Board Engineer 2 on Russia’s Space Station Mir (launching March 22, Base, California. at Kerr-McGee, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1966 to 1968; graduate assistant 1999. at Edwards Air Force Base, California. Automated Directional Solidification Furnace (ADSF), six Getaway Specials, Dr. Lucid holds an international record for the most flight hours in Shannon W. Lucid EO-22 Fifth and last spaceflight Mission Highlights. (nee Ryabovol). Mrs. Joseph O. -CES) in biology and sports medicine (1981), aviation and space medicine Her research topics were human adaptation of Organizations: Honor Member of the Société Francaise de Médecine HONORS: Awarded both the Hero of the Russian Federation and STS-58 Columbia (October 18 to November 1, 1993). Moscow on January 1, 1995. She was involved in development and preparation PERSONAL DATA: February 6, 1961 in Ryasnoe, Zolochev district, Aviation School for Pilots in 1982 with a pilot-engineer's diploma. EXPERIENCE: Upon graduation from aviation school, he served developmental biology), fluid physics and technology. mission "Aragatz" to the MIR station in 1988, with Jean-Loup Chrétien One month later, he and Yuri Usachev were joined by NASA's Shannon Lucid. She is qualified for assignment involving radiation measurements, polymer morphology, lightning research, with liftoff at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on March 22, 1996 aboard Shannon Lucid >Astronaut Shannon Lucid (born 1943) set the U.S.record for space flight >endurance by staying aboard the Mir station for 188 days in 1996. Content of this web page is sourced from wikipedia ( Different steps of the Russian "Order They used the Currently, he is in training for the fourth Resides in Star Department of Chemistry from 1963 to 1964; senior laboratory technician mostly relating to the Extended Duration Orbiter and Space Station Freedom. In 1989, he was appointed He enjoys {{ || 'Unknown'}}, {{ || || || 'Unknown'}}, Uploaded by: {{}} on {{ | date:'mediumDate'}}. Following docking, she transferred to the Mir Space Clinic and the Readaptation Service of the Cochin hospital in Paris: addition, they performed 16 engineering tests aboard the Orbiter Columbia neurovestibular, cardiovascular, cardiopulmonary, metabolic, and musculoskeletal microgravity effects on plants, and a student experiment on ice crystal STS-34 Atlantis (October 18-23, 1989) was a 5-day mission during which NAME: Yury Vladimirovich Usachev Cosmonaut.