Shuttle-Mir History/Background/Competitiion and Cooperation before Shuttle-Mir

Comparing the Increments

The seven U.S. astronauts that participated in the Shuttle-Mir program: (back row, left to right) Andrew Thomas, Shannon Lucid,  Michael Foale; (front row, left to right) Norman Thagard, John Blaha, Jerry Linenger, David Wolf.

Seven U.S. astronauts had long stays - called "increments" - onboard the Russian space station Mir. Each increment was unique, and several Mir astronauts compare the increments in their Oral Histories.

Related Links:
Blaha on Increments' Differences
Wolf on Increments' Differences
Thomas on Increments' Differences

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