Early milestones in the history of communications satellites. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of communications satellite firsts"
List of human spaceflights: ...more on Wikipedia about "List of human spaceflights by program"
Detailed listing of human spaceflights from 1961 to 1986, spanning the Russian Vostok, Voskhod, and Salyut programs and the American Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs, as well as the Space Shuttle program through the Challenger disaster. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of human spaceflights, 1961-1986"
Detailed listing of human spaceflights from 1987 to 1999, including the Russian Mir space station and the American Space Shuttle program following the Challenger disaster. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of human spaceflights, 1987-1999"
Detailed list of human spaceflights from 2000 to the present, including the era of the International Space Station: ...more on Wikipedia about "List of human spaceflights, 2000-present"
This is a list of objects found in the Index Catalogue, also known as IC objects. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of IC objects"
This is a list of visitors to the International Space Station in alphabetical order. Station crew names in italic. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of International Space Station visitors"
This is a list of extra-vehicular activities at the International Space Station, a joint project of 6 space agencies: the U.S.' National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA), Russian Federal Space Agency, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Canadian Space Agency (CSA/ASC), Brazilian Space Agency ( Agência Espacial Brasileira) (AEB) and the European Space Agency (ESA). ...more on Wikipedia about "List of ISS spacewalks"
(List of lunar astronauts) # Neil Armstrong - Apollo 11 - July, 1969 ...more on Wikipedia about "List of lunar astronauts"
This is a chronological list of manned spaceflights to the International Space Station. Unmanned visiting spacecraft are excluded. ISS crew members are listed in bold. "Time Docked" refers to the spacecraft and does not always correspond to the crew. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of manned spaceflights to the ISS"
(List of Mir Expeditions) ==See also== ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Mir Expeditions"
Asteroids in the L4 and L5 Mars-Sun Lagrangian points are sometimes called Mars Trojan asteroids, but " Trojan asteroid", as originally defined, is a term for asteroids in the L4 and L5 Jupiter-Sun Lagrangian points. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of objects at Lagrangian points"
This list contains all spacewalks and moonwalks; that is, every occasion where an astronaut has fully or partially left his spacecraft. All spacewalks have had the astronauts tethered to their spacecraft except for seven spacewalks by the U.S. (six in 1984 using the Manned Maneuvering Unit, one in 1994 using the SAFER rescue device). All moonwalks saw astronauts untethered and some had astronauts travelling far enough to lose visual contact with their craft. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of spacewalks and moonwalks"
This is a list of unmanned spaceflights to the International Space Station. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of unmanned spaceflights to the ISS"
Space disasters, either during operations or training, have killed around 20 astronauts and cosmonauts (5% of all people who have been in space), and a much larger number of ground crew. ...more on Wikipedia about "Space disaster"
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