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michaelSN99
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posted 04-24-2005 05:55 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for michaelSN99   Click Here to Email michaelSN99     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
here are the latest news provided by Spaceflightnow.com online source :
http://www.spaceflightnow.com/station/exp11/050424exp10land.html

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posted 04-24-2005 05:59 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for michaelSN99   Click Here to Email michaelSN99     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
wow ...the soyuz descent have been watched from ISS...spectacular !!!

for the image use the link in the first post :

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Sergei Krikalev, does always
perform his duties GREAT
and thanks God always SUCCESSFUL!.
By that no doubt, he's the best,cosmonaut ever had. I LOVE YOU Sergei... ;-)

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posted 04-25-2005 01:23 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for michaelSN99   Click Here to Email michaelSN99     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Monica ...you are sweet ...its good to see that not only one hit wonder boygroups, but also really great man like Sergei Krikalev are idols to beautiful young ladies ;-)

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posted 04-25-2005 01:25 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for michaelSN99   Click Here to Email michaelSN99     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Monica ;

what about a big party when Sergey will hit the 800-day-in-space mark ???? ;-)))

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posted 04-25-2005 08:22 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Robert Pearlman   Click Here to Email Robert Pearlman     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Expedition 10 Space Station crew back on Earth (NASA.gov)

Commander and NASA ISS Science Officer Leroy Chiao and Flight Engineer Salizhan Sharipov, the 10th crew of the International Space Station, landed in the steppes of Kazakhstan in their Soyuz spacecraft at 6:08 p.m. EDT Sunday, after more than six months in space.

With them was European Space Agency Astronaut Roberto Vittori of Italy, who launched to the Station with the Expedition 11 crew and spent eight days doing experiments. He was aboard under a contract between ESA and the Russian Federal Space Agency.

The re-entry of the ISS Soyuz 9 spacecraft was flawless. It brought the three spacefarers to a landing about 53 miles northeast of Arkalyk after 192 days, 19 hours and 2 minutes in space for the E10 crew. The recovery team reached the capsule in minutes.

The area was saturated from recent rains and melting winter snow, so the first members of the recovery team to reach the scene decided to fly the crew to Arkalyk to meet with the remaining members of the recovery team. Chiao and Sharipov will spend several weeks in Star City, near Moscow, for debriefing and medical examinations.

They launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan last Oct. 13 at 11:06 p.m. EDT. During their increment they performed two spacewalks, continued station maintenance and did scientific experiments.

Before closing the Soyuz hatches earlier Sunday they said farewell to the Expedition 11 crew, Commander Sergei Krikalev and NASA ISS Science Officer John Phillips. That crew launched with Vittori from Baikonur April 14 at 8:46 p.m. EDT to begin its six-month stay in space.

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Hola michaelSN99,

Thank You for the compliments?, but how did you know I'm young and beautiful?... lol
about giving Sergei's BIG PARTY, it would be AWSOME my DREAM come TRUE!. Perhaps you'll have the chance to?, but for me its impossible :-( oh well!, just keep in mind that, if you get the chance to meet with Sergei, please let him know that there's a lady in Mexico, that admires and loves him bunches!. He might even recall my letter, smile and finally give reply to it?.

All the best ;-)

Monica

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you are welcome Monica ;-)

maybe your dream will become true some day !!!

here are some additional informations :

the crew of soyuz tma-5 had to work thru some problems with Vittori´s Sokol space suit. but they resolved the issue of the oxigen providing system without considerable influence to the rest of the mission quickly.

comment of soyuz commander Sharipov :

"We thought we were going to have to sit at the station and wait until they brought us a new spacesuit" ;-)))

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comment of soyuz commander Sharipov :

"We thought we were going to have to sit at the station and wait until they brought us a new spacesuit" ;-)))

I wonder that must have been SCARY!.

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Mónica...Sharipov was just joking with this comment...there have been no worries because of the glitch ;-))

here are some additional interesting informations about TMA-5 and Exp.10 by RKK Energia : http://www.energia.ru/english/energia/news/news-2005/press_release_iss-08.html

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posted 04-26-2005 05:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for kosmonavtka     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
There are two ladies in Australia and Kuwait who are Sergei fans, too...
http://au.geocities.com/krikalyov/ and http://q80girl.blogspot.com/

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posted 04-26-2005 06:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for michaelSN99   Click Here to Email michaelSN99     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Suzy :-)

i am already was awaiting your reply, impatient ;-))

i know you are ;-)

i would be curious what Sergej is thinking about...maybe he will let us know direct from high above ;-))


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Hi Suzy,

I want to congratulate you for displaying such a wide info. in your website, you have specially created for Sergei Krikalev, plus all of his pictures you've been searching on the net!, I really appreciate, now my Sergei's picture collection, its rapidly growing with your help... he, he!.

Hey wouldn't be neat?, if WE all Sergei's girly fans, come together and create
a Sergei Krikalev's official website?... lol. I was just guessing, I don't know how could I contribute to this? but if by chance any decision taken, please let me know in advance and please invite me into this new concept! ;-)

Michael,

I believe Segei would be AMAZED, to know about gals, at least in Australia, Mexico and Kuwait, that are HEAD OVER HILLS for him... lol my GOODNESS... this is a CRAZYNESS!!! :-O

Now I wonder what Elena, Serge's wife would think about?, Sergei's girly fan's?... lol well at least it would be nice for me, to see a recent picture of Sergei together with his wife and daughter Olga.

All the best you guys!,

Monica

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Hey just two words about Sergei!.
Sergei = HEARTBREAKER
DREAMAKER
Still you're the best, Sergei's as POPULAR
probably as Yuri Gagarin was at his time?.

Just a humble comment,
from MEXICO with LOVE.

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posted 04-27-2005 09:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for kosmonavtka     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Michael - I have replied to your e-mail!

Monica - I have been thinking about some sort of fan club for Sergei - maybe a Yahoo group or something??

Does Sergei even know about the Internet (I wonder if he Googles for his name, if he does ) and can they access the Internet from the ISS?

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Hi Suzy,

Your idea is good!, but I ignore, if there's any chance the ISS-11 crew, could be authorized to logon to the Internet from space?. I would rather wait, until Sergei's back?. In the meanwhile, we could work on your proposal?.

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Suzy- I am with you Suzy to make a Sergei’s Fan Club website. I think that ISS crew have internet access from space. I believe I read it somewhere online….

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posted 04-28-2005 08:32 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for michaelSN99   Click Here to Email michaelSN99     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
GIRLS ,
shall i give u support with the graphics ???;-))

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Thank you, Michael! we would love that :)

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posted 04-28-2005 02:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for MSS     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Maryam:
I think that ISS crew have internet access from space. I believe I read it somewhere online….

Yes, you are absolutely correct Maryam,
ISS crew has access to the net, just
read this information from Mr. Panchenko at Happy Birthday Congratulation from board of ISS


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MSS: Thanks.. you know that's excatly what I read long time ago

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posted 04-29-2005 02:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Philip   Click Here to Email Philip     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
For all the female fans of Sergeď Krikalev ... Buy the DVD " Out of the Present " it shows his mission onboard the MIR space station ( Up with Soyuz TM-12 in May 1991 ... Down with Soyuz TM-14 in March 1992 )
The onboard images are superb, especially the bits when he's relaxing with Volkov and when they are doing eacht other's hairdo !

More info;
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0123211/
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00005JABC/

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Hi Philip,

I would love to purchase that
video you're telling about, i will try to find the way out of doing it?. Yeah!,I've seen that picture of Sergei and Aleksander
fixing their hair, it is a really cute one well lets be understanding, they don't have
Paul Mitchell hair stylist up there in space!... lol

All the best,

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Monica ... It's sometimes available via eBay

Another remark on the return of the expedition crew ... I saw the images of CHIAO being taken out of the Soyuz and he was wearing the NEW style SOKOL gloves ( with White fingers & Green fingertops ) other than the well-known white SOKOL gloves with complete black rubber fingers ( worn since Soyuz T-2 in 1980 )
( By The Way: Does anybody has photos of dress preparations of the former expedition crew ... just to see which gloves they wore while pressure testing the suit ;-) )

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quote:
Originally posted by Philip:
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Another remark on the return of the expedition crew ... I saw the images of CHIAO being taken out of the Soyuz and he was wearing the NEW style SOKOL gloves ( with White fingers & Green fingertops ) other than the well-known white SOKOL gloves with complete black rubber fingers ( worn since Soyuz T-2 in 1980 )
( By The Way: Does anybody has photos of dress preparations of the former expedition crew ... just to see which gloves they wore while pressure testing the suit ;-) )

contact me directly. Philip

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Philip: Thanks, I will purchase "Out of Present" video soon and I recommend watching "The Space Station" #D at Imax theater where you can see Sergei topless taking sponge bath

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Maryam,

You are really FUNNY!... lol

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quote:
Originally posted by Maryam:
I will purchase "Out of Present" video soon and I recommend watching "The Space Station" #D at Imax theater where you can see Sergei topless taking sponge bath

A couple of years ago I interviewed Anatoli Artsebarksy, and he also gave a talk using "Out of the Present" as part of his presentation. He mentioned that he had been in Chicago with some colleagues and they found the following place selling it on DVD:
www.facets.org

(they specialize in rare movies) and they almost bought the whole stock! I bought my copy from Facets by mail, and they were great. It's an interesting movie.

As for "Space Station" in IMAX, we occasionally still show that movie here at the Science Center ( www.rhfleet.org ) on Friday nights, if you want Sergei 60 feet high and topless, be sure to come by!!

Thanks,

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hey girls ;-)

originally this post was related to the tma-5 landing and not planned as an Sergej-Krikaliev superstar-thread...LOL

but thank you for keeping it alive with informations ,where movies or pics of Sergej (appearing like girls like him most) can be found !! ;-)

here is another link ! : http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/station/crew-11/html/iss011e05137.html

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You are totally right Michael!.
I'm starting to feel sick and
tired about Krikalev's postings.

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Hello All,

I saw there are some krikalev fans here.
Well I asume there is not much Sergey voice audio files on the web so here is an audio
file wich I recorded via my communications
system. http://pd0rkc.mine.nu/ISSAUDIO/sergey08_08_2005.mp3
In this audio file sergey is doing some health training on the bikes (in ISS).
I asume he talked to a medical doctor at
Russian flight control in Moscow.

Here is the translation:

No well three this maximum.
Yes and on the other bicycle only.
No well minimum simply I ask how much.
I am a litter minimum was three, two more exactly but three this already advisable.
see What will go.
The First minute passed...
The Minute thirty...
Two minutes...
two fourty...

Regards from Cor http://pd0rkc.mine.nu


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Hello All,

Did you know there is a nice video
from the ISS space station?
Mike Fincke & Gennady Padalka show
you the ISS Space Station inside!
They show you several ISS modules,
and how they eat,drink,and how to
use the toilet in zero gravity.
http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/Video/Expedition9tourwmv.wmv

Remember the video is 152mB, you
can view with the standard windows
media player, or winamp.

Thanks to astronaut Mike Fincke, who
made this video, also this man have
made many contacts with amateur radio
stations over the whole world.
I have spoken Mike 3 times, and here
you can hear one of my contacts with
Mike! http://pd0rkc.mine.nu//ISSAUDIO/pd0rkciss.mp3

With this audio file I want show you
one of the possibilities of amateur
radio. http://www.marexmg.org/hardware/kenwood.html
On this link you can see the radio's
aboard ISS wich they can speak with
us (all legal!).

Regards: Cor (amateur callsign PD0RKC). http://pd0rkc.mine.nu

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Welcome on CollectSpace and thank you for these links !

That should be absolutely fantastic to chat on air with the ISS. Amateur Radio and Space is a great subject, I played on Citizen Band when I was young, but my maximum distance was barely 3 miles :-(

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Hello All,

Amateur radio is more serious compared to CB.
Also you have to learn and do a exam.
The lowest class is not difficult.
But if someone think to become a amateur for
only talking with astronauts I should say
please do not do it (it's abuse) amateur
radio is much more, and talking with
astronauts is rare.

Cor PD0RKC

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I was about to inquire if there are any other hams on-site. I'm taking the exam for the Technician-class (entry-level-class) license on September 1 - wish me luck!

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Hello All,

Yesterday Maryam (9K2MD) from Kuwait
talked with her hero astronaut-
Sergey Krikalev via amateur radio
communications.
The contact was perfect!
Well I asume she was the most happy
lady from Kuwait that day!
So congrats Sergey with his birthday, and
also congrats to Maryam with her contact!

You can listen to the audio file
via: http://pd0rkc.mine.nu

73's Cor PD0RKC

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