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Forum:Space Places
Topic:Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum: Soyuz TMA-6
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The Soyuz was transported via the ship's Portside Aircraft Elevator, an open-air platform that raised the capsule to the flight deck, while media and Intrepid Museum staff members watched from the flight deck. The capsule returned Olsen, one of the few private citizens to experience space travel, back to Earth in October 2005 after he traveled to the International Space Station.

The new Space Shuttle Pavilion, which replaces the original structure that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy, is currently being constructed around Enterprise and will be completed over the coming weeks. Visitors will still be able to walk underneath Enterprise, which sits 10 feet off of the ground, view Enterprise from a larger observation platform, and view a film narrated by actor Leonard Nimoy.

Originally posted by Robert Pearlman 11-09-2011:
The seven-foot tall by seven-foot wide Soyuz TMA-6 capsule...
Originally posted by Robert Pearlman 06-25-2013:
On the morning of June 25, the nine-by-nine-foot Soyuz TMA-6 spacecraft...
Everything sure looks BIGGER on an aircraft carrier!
Robert PearlmanGreg Olsen with his Soyuz TMA-6 spacecraft at the reopening of the Intrepid's Space Shuttle Pavilion:

Robert PearlmanIntrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum video release
Tour Guide Talk: Soyuz Space Capsule

Learn more about the Soyuz space capsule, recently moved from Hangar 3 at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum to the newly reopened Space Shuttle Pavilion.

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