Damaged Soyuz spacecraft puts cosmonauts at risk

Covault, C.
May 1990
Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/21/1990, Vol. 132 Issue 21, p18
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Covers the damage done to the Soviet Soyuz TM-9 manned transport vehicle and the emergency extravehicular activity (EVA) planned to repair it, so the two cosmonauts aboard the Mir space station will have a reliable emergency escape vehicle. Requirements for repair; Soviet concerns; Damaged insulation blankets.


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