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    All of the pictures below were hand signed by Russian Cosmonauts. Each one was personally dedicated to Rick Newman, founder of the High-Tech Science & Technology Centers and All of the items were obtained in Russia, mostly in and around Star City, (where cosmonauts live and train) and at the Energia facility (where Russian rockets are made).
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Konstantin Petrovich Feoktistov - October 12, 1964 Flight: Voskhod 1
Konstantin Feoktistov

Valeri Fyodorovich Bykovsky - June 14, 1963 Flight: Vostok 5, Sept 15, 1976 Flight: Soyuz 22, August 26, 1978 Flight: Soyuz 31
Valeri Bykovsky

Igor Petrovich Volk -  July 17, 1984 Flight: Soyuz T-12
Igor Volk
Viktor Petrovich Savinykh - March 12, 1981 Flight: Soyuz T-4, June 6, 1985 Flight: Soyuz T-13, August 2, 1985 Flight: EVA Soyuz T-15-1, June 7, 1988 Flight: Soyuz TM-5
Viktor Savinykh
Alexander Aleksandrovich Serebrov- Aug 19, 1982 Flight: Soyuz T-7, Apr 20, 1983 Flight: Soyuz T-8, Sept 5, 1989 Flight: Soyuz TM-8, Jan 8, 1990 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-8-1, Jan 11, 1990 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-8-2, Jan 26, 1990 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-8-3, Feb 1, 1990 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-8-4, Feb 5, 1990 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-8-5, July 1, 1993 Flight: Soyuz TM-17, Sept 16, 1993 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-17-1, Sept 20, 1993 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-17-2, Sept 28, 1993 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-17-3, Oct 22, 1993 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-17-4, Oct 29, 1993 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-17-5
Alexander Serebrov

Musa Khiramanovich Manarov - Dec 21, 1987 Flight: Soyuz TM-4, Feb 26 - 1988 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-4-1, June 30, 1988 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-4-2, Oct 20, 1988 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-4-3, Dec 2, 1990 Flight: Soyuz TM-11, Jan 7, 1991 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-11-1, 1991 Jan 23, 1991 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-11-2, Jan 26, 1991 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-11-3, April 25, 1991 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-11-4
Musa Manarov

Vladimir Nikolayevich Dezhurov - March 14, 1995 Flight: Soyuz TM-21, May 12, 1995 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-21-1, May 17, 1995 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-21-2, May 22, 1995 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-21-3, May 28, 1995 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-21-4, June 2, 1995 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-21-5, August 10, 2001 Flight: STS-105, Oct 8, 2001 Flight: EVA STS-105-3, Oct 15, 2001 Flight: EVA STS-105-4, Nov 12, 2001 Flight: EVA STS-105-5, December 3, 2001 Flight: EVA STS-105-6
Vladimir Dezhurov

Yuri Ivanovich Onufrienko - Feb 21, 1996 Flight: Soyuz TM-23, March 15, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-23-1, May 20, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-23-2, May 24, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-23-3, May 30, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-23-4, June 6, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-23-5, June 13, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-23-6, December 5, 2001 Flight: STS-108, Jan 14, 2002 Flight: EVA STS-108-2, Jan 25, 2002 Flight: EVA STS-108-3
Yuri Onufrienko

Yuri Pavlovich Gidzenko - Sept 3, 1995 Flight: Soyuz TM-22, Dec 8, 1995 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-22-2, Feb 8, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-22-3, Oct 31, 2000 Flight: Soyuz TM-31, April 25, 2002 Flight: Soyuz TM-34
Yuri Gidzenko

Alexander Yuryevich Kaleri - March 17, 1992 Flight: Soyuz TM-14, July 8, 1992 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-14-1, August 17, 1996 Flight: Soyuz TM-24, Dec 2, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-24-1, Dec 9, 1996 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-24-2, April 4, 2000 Flight: Soyuz TM-30, May 12, 2000 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-30-1
Alexander Kaleri

Alexander Ivanovich Lazutkin - Feb 10, 1997 Flight: Soyuz TM-25
Alexander Lazutkin

Valeriy Vladimirovich Polyakov - August 29, 1988 Flight: Soyuz TM-6, Jan 8, 1994 Flight: Soyuz TM-18
Valeri Polyakov

Alexander Fedorovich Poleshchuk - Jan 24, 1993 Flight: Soyuz TM-16, April 19, 1993 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-16-1, June 18, 1993 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-16-2
Alexander Polishchuk
Salizhan Shakirovich Sharipov - January 23, 1998 Flight: STS-89
Salizhan Sharipov
Sergey Viktorovich Zalyotin - April 4, 2000 Flight: Soyuz TM-30, May 12, 2000 Flight: EVA Soyuz TM-30-1, October 30, 2000 Flight: Soyuz TMA-1
Sergei Zalyotin
Here are some of our autographed cosmonaut pictures on display

Autographed Cosmonaut Picture Display

We also have received a personal photo greeting directly from the Commander of the International Space Station.
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