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|Mission to Mir|
Actor: August Schellenberg
Director: Ivan Galin
Explore the historic first long-term space station as Russians and Americans together prepare for upcoming missions; thrill to a thunderous Soyuz launch at Baikonur; and witness the in-orbit drama of the Mir-Shuttle rendev... more »
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