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Boris Andreyev (cosmonaut)

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Nationality  Soviet/Russian
Role  Cosmonaut
Name  Boris Andreyev
Missions  None
Status  Retired

Boris Andreyev (cosmonaut) Cosmonaut Biography Boris Andreyev
Born  October 6, 1940 (age 75) Moscow, Russia (1940-10-06)
Selection  Civilian Specialist Group 4

Boris Dmitriyevich Andreyev (Russian: Борис Дмитриевич Андреев; October 6, 1940- ) is a former Russian Cosmonaut. He retired in 1983 for medical reasons and subsequently did not fly on any missions into space. He was, however, given backup assignments on several flights.

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Early life and education

Andreyev was born in Moscow, present day Russia, on October 6, 1940. He graduated from Moscow Bauman-Highschool with an engineering diploma in 1964.

Cosmonaut career

Andreyev was selected as a Soviet cosmonaut in March 1972. Although he never flew into space, he served as a backup crew member on the Soyuz 16, Soyuz 32, Soyuz 35, and Soyuz T-4 missions. He retired from the space program in September 1983 for medical reasons following a parachuting incident. He then worked in the flight control center as capsule communicator.

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Boris Andreyev (cosmonaut) Wikipedia


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