Astronomy and Space


Which manned space flight was the longest?

Dr. Valerij Polyakov manned a flight to the space station Mir on January 8, 1994. He returned aboard Soyuz TM–20 on March 22, 1995, making the total time in space equal 438 days and 18 hours.


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