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    Soyuz Flown TZK Cold Weather Jumpsuit, Signed by Cosmonaut Sergei Zalyotin. This suit is carried as emergency equipment on the Soyuz spacecraft in case of landing in arctic regions. It consists of a padded, royal blue, full length suit with multiple pockets, an elasticized waist, and stirrups attached to the bottom hems. The matching blue parka is hip-length with zippered pockets and lined with orange nylon. The mittens are integrated into the jacket and have Velcro closures. This lot includes four patches signed by Zalyotin that were found in the zippered pockets. Very fine condition.

    Cosmonaut Zalyotin has flown on two space missions: Soyuz TM-30 and Soyuz TMA-1.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2009
    8th Thursday
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