August 20, 2014
Categories: GCTC, ISS, Russia, Soyuz, Space

The meeting of State Commission held today in GCTC analyzed the medical data of main and ISS-41/42 mission  main and back-up crew Russian cosmonauts. The commission comprised Roscosmos, Federal  Bio-Medical  Agency, Institute for Bio-Medical Problems representatives and GCTC medical department specialists.

Following the results of the meeting Roscosmos cosmonauts Alexander Samokutyayev, Elena Serova, Gennady Padalka and Mikhail Korniyenko were approved for the spaceflight.

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