[FPSPACE] Soyuz TMA-03M mascotte

Anatoly Zak agzak at optonline.net
Wed Dec 21 12:10:09 EST 2011


At the end of the powered flight, I noticed a Russian cosmonaut flipping pen
in the air to demonstrate weightlessness (or was it famous Russian space
pencil? :)

Anatoly Zak
http://www.RussianSpaceWeb.com




On 12/21/11 11:58 AM, "Phillip Clark" <phillipclark at btinternet.com> wrote:

> I was looking for it as well.   Maybe NASA's health and safety people deemed
> it to be a danger to the crews lives?
> 
> Phillip Clark
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Geert Sassen" <geert at navtools.nl>
> To: "FPSPACE listserver" <FPSPACE at friends-partners.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 4:21 PM
> Subject: [FPSPACE] Soyuz TMA-03M mascotte
> 
> 
>> Good day,
>> 
>> during the launch TV coverage I missed the zero-G mascotte, usually
>> dangling in view of the on board TV camera during launch.
>> 
>> Can't imagine the Russians would make changes to such an item. Anyone
>> knows what happened to it?
>> 
>> Kind regards,
>> 
>> Geert Sassen.
>> 
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>> Geert Sassen
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