Astronomy:List of Mir visitors

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This is a list of visitors to the Mir space station in alphabetical order. Station crew names are in bold. The suffix (twice) refers to the individual's number of Mir visits, not his or her total number of space flights. Entries without a flag symbol indicate that the person was a citizen from the bloc of countries comprising the former Soviet Union at launch.

Statistics

Between 1986 and 2000, 104 individuals visited the Mir space station. Note that this list does not double count for individuals with dual citizenship (for example, the British-American astronaut Michael Foale is only listed under the United States).

By nationality

Nationality Trips Fliers Notes
 Soviet Union /  Russia 68 42 one woman, 35 Mir crew members, 13 double and three triple flights, one quadruple and one quintuple flight
 United States 49 44 eight women, seven Mir crew members, three double flights and one triple flight
 France 8 6 one woman, one Mir crew member, two double flights
 Germany 4 4 one Mir crew member
 Afghanistan 1 1
 Austria 1 1
 Bulgaria 1 1
 Canada 1 1
 Japan 1 1 one tourist
 Slovakia 1 1
 Syria 1 1
 United Kingdom 1 1 one woman
Total 137 104 11 women, 44 Mir crew members, one tourist, 18 double and four triple flights, one quadruple and one quintuple flight

By agency

Agency Trips Fliers Notes
Roscosmos logo ru.svg Roskosmos 69 43 one woman, 35 Mir crew members, 13 double and three triple flights, one quadruple and one quintuple flight
NASA logo.svg NASA 49 44 eight women, seven Mir crew members, three double flights and one triple flight
Not the esa logo 2.png ESA 7 6 two Mir crew members, one double flight
CNES 4 3 one woman, one double flight
Intercosmos 3 3
CSA 1 1
ASA 1 1
DFVLR 1 1
Project Juno 1 1 one woman
Tourists 1 1
Total 137 104 11 women, 44 Mir crew members, one tourist, 18 double and four triple flights, one quadruple and one quintuple flight

A

B

C

  • Kenneth D. Cameron United States[6]
  • Franklin R. Chang-Diaz United States[7]
  • Kevin P. Chilton United States[8]
  • Jean-Loup Chrétien France (twice)[5]
  • Jean-François Clervoy France[9]
  • Michael R. Clifford United States[8]
  • Eileen M. Collins Symbol venus.svg United States[9]

D

  • Vladimir Dezhurov[3]
  • Bonnie J. Dunbar Symbol venus.svg United States (twice)[2][3]

E

  • Joe F. Edwards United States[2]
  • Reinhold Ewald Germany
  • Léopold Eyharts France

F

  • Muhammed Faris Syria
  • Klaus-Dietrich Flade Germany
  • Michael Foale United States[9]

G

  • Robert L. Gibson United States[3]
  • Yuri Gidzenko
  • Linda M. Godwin Symbol venus.svg United States[8]
  • John M. Grunsfeld United States[4]

H

  • Chris A. Hadfield Canada[6]
  • James D. Halsell United States[6]
  • Claudie Haigneré Symbol venus.svg France
  • Jean-Pierre Haigneré (twice) France
  • Gregory J. Harbaugh United States[3]

I

  • Marsha S. Ivins Symbol venus.svg United States[4]

J

  • Brent W. Jett United States[4]

K

L

M

N

  • Carlos I. Noriega United States[9]

O

  • Yuri Onufrienko

P

  • Gennady Padalka
  • Scott E. Parazynski United States[5]
  • Charles J. Precourt United States (thrice)[3][7][9]
  • Aleksandr Poleshchuk
  • Valeri Polyakov (twice)
  • Dominic L. Pudwill Gorie United States[7]

R

S

T

  • Norman E. Thagard United States[3]
  • Andrew S.W. Thomas United States[2]
  • Vladimir Titov (twice)[5]
  • Michel Tognini France
  • Vasili Tsibliyev (twice)

U

  • Yury Usachev (twice)

V

W

  • Carl E. Walz United States[1]
  • James D. Wetherbee United States[5]
  • Terrence W. Wilcutt (twice) United States[1][2]
  • Peter J.K. Wisoff United States[4]
  • David A. Wolf United States[5]

Z

  • Sergei Zalyotin

See also

  • List of astronauts by name

References

External links

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List of Mir visitors was the original source. Read more.