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Raumfahrt - Vorbereitung der ISS-Expedition-Crew 39/40

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Expedition 40 will begin in May 2014. The second half of the crew is scheduled to launch in June 2014.
Soyuz TMA-12M
Crew: Alexander Skvortsov, Oleg Artemyev, Steve Swanson
Launch: April 2014
Landing: September 2014
Soyuz 39
Crew: Reid Wiseman, Maxim Suraev, Alexander Gerst
Launch: June 2014
Landing: November 2014
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Spacewalk Training in Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory
JSC2013-E-021295 (28 March 2013) -- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata (right), Expedition 38 flight engineer and Expedition 39 commander; and NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio, Expedition 38/39 flight engineer, attired in training versions of their Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuits, participate in a spacewalk training session in the waters of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near NASA's Johnson Space Center. Divers are in the water to assist Wakata and Mastracchio in their rehearsal, which is intended to help prepare them for possible work on the exterior of the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA
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Astronaut Koichi Wakata With Robonaut
JSC2013-E-013783 (6 March 2013) -- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata, Expedition 38 flight engineer and Expedition 39 commander, participates in a Robonaut task board training session in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA
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Expedtion 38/39 Crew Trains for Station Mission
JSC2013-E-017369 (18 March 2013) -- Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Koichi Wakata (right), Expedition 38 flight engineer and Expedition 39 commander; along with NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio (center) and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Tyurin, both Expedition 38/39 flight engineers, participate in a Loss of Attitude Control (LOAC) training session in the Space Station Training Facility (SSTF) in the Jake Garn Simulation and Training Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA
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Astronaut Steve Swanson in Cupola Trainer
JSC2013-E-028664 (3 May 2013) -- NASA astronaut Steve Swanson, Expedition 39 flight engineer and Expedition 40 commander, participates in an exercise in a Cupola trainer in the systems engineering simulator in the Avionics Systems Laboratory at NASA's Johnson Space Center. The facility includes moving scenes of full-sized International Space Station components over a simulated Earth. Photo credit: NASA
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Astronauts Steve Swanson and Scott Tingle
JSC2013-E-024889 (23 April 2013) -- NASA astronauts Steve Swanson (left), Expedition 39 flight engineer and Expedition 40 commander, and Scott Tingle, attired in training versions of their Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) spacesuits, participate in a spacewalk training session in the waters of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) near NASA's Johnson Space Center. Divers are in the water to assist Swanson and Tingle in their rehearsal, which is intended to help prepare them for possible work on the exterior of the International Space Station. Photo credit: NASA
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Expedition 39/40 Crew Members
JSC2013-E-070676 (18 July 2013) --- Expedition 39/40 crew members, interpreters and various training personnel are pictured during an emergency scenario training session in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Crew members are Russian cosmonauts Alexander Skvortsov (back to camera) and Oleg Artemyev (left foreground), both Expedition 39/40 flight engineers; and NASA astronaut Steve Swanson (left background), Expedition 39 flight engineer and Expedition 40 commander. Photo credit: NASA
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Steve Swanson and Alexander Skvortsov
JSC2013-E-070697 (18 July 2013) --- NASA astronaut Steve Swanson (right), Expedition 39 flight engineer and Expedition 40 commander; and Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov, Expedition 39/40 flight engineer, participate in an emergency scenario training session in an International Space Station mock-up/trainer in the Space Vehicle Mock-up Facility at NASA's Johnson Space Center. Photo credit: NASA
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