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A Personal Greeting From The ISS

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The photo below was personally sent by Yuri Malenchenko
from the International Space Station orbiting the Earth.
Click on picture for a full screen, hi-resolution version
Click on picture for a full screen, hi-resolution version.
The picture was taken by NASA Astronaut Ed Lu who was also onboard the ISS. It shows Yuri Malenchenko, who was the commander of the ISS in 2003, floating in the weightless environment of the station and holding his personalized greeting to us. You can also see the Earth in the windows behind him. The picture was taken with a high resolution Nikon digital camera. The file (JPG image) was then transmitted from the ISS by commander Malenchenko, bounced off of an orbiting communications satellite, beamed down to a ground station in Moscow and then forwarded on to us. 
Click on picture for a full screen version Here is the sign that Commander Malenchenko
is holding.

It is a personal greeting from him to the founder of this organization. 

He is also holding the official mission patch.

Click Here for the complete, Hi-Resolution Picture.


Commander of the ISS Yuri Malenchenko signing the picture that he originally beamed down to us from the station.   Upon his return to
Earth, Commander Yuri Malenchenko personally autographed the picture that he originally beamed down to us.

  The picture was then presented to us along with several other flown items that he brought back from his stay on the orbiting International Space Station.

Click Here for more info on Yuri Malenchenko.

Click Here for additional info on the International Space Station

We would like to thank Commander Malenchenko, Ed Lu, 
 NASA and The Russian Space Agency for allowing these 
   incredible dreams to come true. Best of Luck to All.  


We also have many pictures which are autographed by Russian
Cosmonauts and all dedicated to the founder of this organization.

Click Here to view our Autographed Cosmonaut Pictures.


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