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A group portrait of cosmonauts involved with the Interkosmos program from the first mission, Soyuz 28 (1978) to Soyuz T-11 (1984).
 Top: Sigmund Jähn (East Germany), Vladimir Dzhanibekov, Georgi Ivanov (Bulgaria), Yuri Malyshev, Rakesh Sharma (India), Bertalan Farkas (Hungary), Leonid Popov, Boris Volynov and Valery Bykovsky. Bottom: Pham Tuân (Vietnam), Viktor Gorbatko, Vladimír Remek (Czechoslovakia), Alexei Gubarev, Dumitru Prunariu (Romania), Pyotr Klimuk, Alexei Leonov, Mirosław Hermaszewski (Poland), Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez (Cuba), Anatoly Berezovoy.
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A group portrait of cosmonauts involved with the Interkosmos program from the first mission, Soyuz 28 (1978) to Soyuz T-11 (1984).

Top: Sigmund Jähn (East Germany), Vladimir Dzhanibekov, Georgi Ivanov (Bulgaria), Yuri Malyshev, Rakesh Sharma (India), Bertalan Farkas (Hungary), Leonid Popov, Boris Volynov and Valery Bykovsky. Bottom: Pham Tuân (Vietnam), Viktor Gorbatko, Vladimír Remek (Czechoslovakia), Alexei Gubarev, Dumitru Prunariu (Romania), Pyotr Klimuk, Alexei Leonov, Mirosław Hermaszewski (Poland), Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez (Cuba), Anatoly Berezovoy.

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Alexei Gubarev and Vladimír Remek (Czechoslovakia), crew of Soyuz 28. They spent 7 days in space onboard Salyut 6. This was the first manned flight in the Interkosmos program, making Vladimír Remek the first person in space who was not a Soviet or American citizen. (1978)

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Vladimír Remek (Czechoslovakia), Alexei Gubarev, Georgi Grechko and Yuri Romanenko on Salyut 6 (1978)

Vladimír Remek (Czechoslovakia), Alexei Gubarev, Georgi Grechko and Yuri Romanenko on Salyut 6 (1978)


Chronicling the adventures of Soviet and Russian cosmonauts

(and unmanned programs too!)