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17.10.2018

Baikonur tour – Soyuz MS-10 launch

56 photos

In October we traditionally went to Baikonur to see of to space Soyuz MS-10 crew. For the first time in 35 years there arouse off-nominal situation 122 seconds after the launch and due to the booster failure the spacecraft was not orbited but the more important is that thanks to the genius engineering of Soyuz the cosmonauts were saved. All this united our big international team even more but we’d better never face such situations again. Find our detailed photo report and get inspired.

10.08.2018

Space program for our Chinese guests

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A few days ago our company arranged a complex training program for Chinese guests in GCTC. The schedule was very busy, our guests studied Soyuz spacecraft design and layout, put on Sokol spacesuits, tried to cook real space food with the help of GCTC specialized facility, performed a spacewalk wearing Orlan spacesuits, worked inside ISS module and besides had a seties of theoretical sessions dedicated to space topics.

13.07.2018

Baikonur tour – Progress MS-09

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Together with a group of space enthusiasts once again we visited Baikonur launchsite. This time we went there to observe the launch of Progress MS-09 cargo vehicle that took place on July 10.

20.06.2018

World Cup in the Skies

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This year Russia hosts World Cup attracting lots of tourists from all over the world to our country. As it is commonly known Russia is one of the leading aerospace countries thus jet trainer flight with higher aerobatics in Russia is a perfect adventure for extreme enthusiasts seeking an unforgettable experience.

10.06.2018

Baikonur tour: Soyuz MS-09 Launch

61 photos

According to our tradition together with a team of space enthusiasts all over the world we saw off to space another international crew. For five days of our tour we became a true united space team indeed! Altogether we visited all historical places and museums of Baikonur and attended all pre-launch events.

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Serena Auñón-Chancellor

MD, NASA Astronaut, USA

PERSONAL DATA:

Dr. Auñón-Chancellor came to Johnson Space Center in August 2006, employed as a Flight Surgeon under the UTMB/Wyle Bioastronautics contract. She spent more than nine months in Russia supporting medical operations for International Space Station crew members in Star City, including water survival training in the Ukraine. Dr. Auñón-Chancellor served as the Deputy Crew Surgeon for STS-127. She also held the role of Deputy Lead for Orion — Medical Operations.

EDUCATION:

Graduated from Poudre High School, Fort Collins, Colorado in 1993.

Received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., in 1997 and a Doctorate of Medicine from The University of Texas — Health Science Center at Houston in 2001.

Completed a three-year residency in internal medicine at The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston, Texas, in 2004, and then completed an additional year as Chief Resident in the Internal Medicine Department in 2005.

She also completed an aerospace medicine residency at UTMB as well as a Master of Public Health in 2007.

She is board certified in Internal and Aerospace Medicine.

EXPERIENCE:

Dr. Auñón-Chancellor came to Johnson Space Center in August 2006, employed as a Flight Surgeon under the UTMB/Wyle Bioastronautics contract.

She spent more than nine months in Russia supporting medical operations for International Space Station crew members in Star City, including water survival training in the Ukraine.

Dr. Auñón-Chancellor served as the Deputy Crew Surgeon for STS-127. She also held the role of Deputy Lead for Orion — Medical Operations.

NASA EXPERIENCE:

Dr. Auñón-Chancellor was selected in July 2009 as one of 14 members of the 20th NASA astronaut class.

She graduated in November 2011 from Astronaut Candidate Training, which included scientific and technical briefings, intensive instruction in space station systems, spacewalks, robotics, physiological training, T-38 flight training and water and wilderness survival training.

She spent 2 months in Antarctica from 2010 to 2011 searching for meteorites as part of the ANSMET expedition. Most of that time was spent living on the ice 200 nautical miles from the South Pole.

In June 2012, Dr. Auñón-Chancellor operated the Deep Worker submersible as part of the NEEMO 16 mission.

She subsequently served as an Aquanaut aboard the Aquarius underwater laboratory during the NEEMO 20 undersea exploration mission.

Currently, Dr. Auñón-Chancellor spends most of her time handling medical issues for both the International Space Station Operations branch and Commercial Crew Branch.

She is also certified as an International Space Station CAPCOM and served as the lead Capcom for the SpaceX-4 and SpaceX-8 cargo resupply missions.

Since January 2018 Serena has been training as the ISS-56/57 prime crew member.

AWARDS/HONORS:

United States Air Force Flight Surgeons Julian Ward Award (2009),
Outstanding UTMB Resident Award (2007),
William K. Douglas Award (2006),
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society (2005),
Thomas N. and Gleaves James Award for Excellent Performance by a Third-Year Resident in Internal Medicine (2004).

ORGANISATIONS:

American College of Physicians;
American College of Preventive Medicine;
Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society;
Aerospace Medical Association and Tau Beta Pi;
The National Engineering Honor Society