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Cosmonaut Biography: German Titov Graduated from Military Pilot School, Novosibirsk, 1957; Colonel General and pilot, Soviet Air Force; was selected as cosmonaut on 07.03.1960 (TsPK1); OKP http://www.spacefacts.de/bios/cosmonauts/english/titov_german.htm
Extractions: hi res version (565 KB) German Stepanovich Birthdate: Birthplace: Verkhneye Zhilino / Altai Kraj / Russian SFSR Marital status: married Children: two Selection date: Selection group: TsPK-1 Job: Test Cosmonaut (TC) Status: Ret. 17.06.1970 Date of death: Place of death: Moscow / Moscow (Gorod) / Russian Federation No. Mission Job Time Duration Vostok 2 Pilot Cosmonaut Total No. Mission Job Vostok 1 Pilot Cosmonaut Graduated from Military Pilot School, Novosibirsk, 1957; Colonel General and pilot, Soviet Air Force; was selected as cosmonaut on 07.03.1960 ( TsPK OKP (cosmonaut basic training): 3/60 - 18.01.1961; was assigned as double for Yuri Gagarin Vostok 1 ); then he graduated from Air Force Engineering Academy, 1968 and from the Kharkov Test Pilot School, 1970; retired from active cosmonaut duty on 17.06.1970; then he graduated in military sciences; Candidate of technical sciences degree, 1980; Director, Startservice, Ministry of Defense; since October 1991 retired; later Narodni Deputat, The State's Duma of the Russian Federation; died of a carbon monoxide poisening. Last update on July 12, 2009.
Photo: German Titov Use this page to find out if German Titov is dead or alive. Very user friendly navigation and includes a search function and interactive quizzes. http://www.spacefacts.de/mission/large/english/titov_german.htm
Extractions: Briefmarke von 1961 German Stepanovich Titov Am 04.09.1961 wurde G. S. Titov anlässlich eines Besuches in Leipzig zum Ehrenbürger der Stadt Leipzig ernannt der erste Raumfahrer der Welt Jurij Alekseevich Gagarin (1934-1968) wurde natürlich Ehrenbürger der Hauptstadt Berlin Impressum Inhalt Vorwort Chronik ... Register
Extractions: Please help improve this article by adding reliable references . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (March 2010) This article's introduction section may not adequately summarize its contents . To comply with Wikipedia's lead section guidelines , please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of the article's key points. (December 2008) Gherman Stepanovich Titov Cosmonaut Nationality Russian Born September 11, 1935 Verkhneye Zhilino Altai Krai Russian SFSR USSR Died Moscow Russia Other occupation Pilot Rank General-Colonel Soviet Air Force Time in space Selection Air Force Group 1 Missions Vostok 2 Mission insignia Gherman Stepanovich Titov Russian ) (September 11, 1935 â September 20, 2000) was a Soviet cosmonaut and the second man to orbit the Earth, preceded by Yuri Gagarin Titov was born in the village of Verkhneye Zhilino in the Altai Krai and went to school at the Stalingrad Military Aviation School . After graduating as an air force pilot, he was selected for cosmonaut training in 1960. His results in training were as good as that of
Remember When? August 1961. - Free Online Library Major Gherman Titov âGerman Titovâ redirects here. For other uses, see German Titov (disambiguation). Gherman Stepanovich Titov (Russian ĞĞµÑĞ¼Ğ°Ğ½ Ğ¡ÑĞµĞ¿Ğ°Ğ½Ğ¾Ğ²Ğ¸Ñ amazed http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Remember When? August 1961-a0167262658
Titov, German Stepanovich Manned (piloted) astronautics. Figures and facts. Order number 2 Country USSR Birth date September 11, 1935 Date of death September 20, 2000 http://space.kursknet.ru/cosmos/english/peoples/titov_g.sht
Titov German Stepanovich Space Flights; No. Launch Spacehip. Start Date Time. Landing Spacehip. Landing Date Time. Flight Hours. Total Hours in Space. 1. Vostok2 . 06h.00m. 06.08.1961 http://www.sadcom.com/pins/space/people/titov_g.htm
Tristan Ly Hullum | Hockey Autograph Collection Titov, German Wandell, Tom Santanen, Ari Soling, Jonas Tjallden, Mikael Wanvig, Kyle Saprykin, Oleg Somervuoiri, Eeru Tjarnqvist, Daniel Ward, Aaron Saramaa, Erkki http://www.freewebs.com/tristan_ly_hullum/listofautossz.htm
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Chessmetrics Ratings: Titov, German These ratings, calculated for Titov, German, incorporate all games (against rated opponents) played in the year before the Date of rating , along with the ratings that were http://db.chessmetrics.com/PL/PL40694.htm
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Extractions: Calgary Flames Playing career Olympic medal record Competitor for Russia Men's Ice hockey Silver 1998 Nagano Team German Mikhailovich Titov (born October 18, 1965) is a retired Russian ice hockey forward Titov started his National Hockey League career with the Calgary Flames in . He also played for the Edmonton Oilers Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and Pittsburgh Penguins . He left the NHL after the season. He went back to the team he had played for before coming to the NHL Voskresensk Khimik , and played there until the end of 2004â05. He now lives in Calgary with his family. Year Team Event Place GP G A Pts PIM Russia WC Russia Oly German Titov's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database German Titov â player profile and career stats at European Hockey.Net
One Spaceflight List of Astronauts, Cosmonauts and Yuhangyuan With One Spaceflight Titov, German (Deceased Cosmonaut) USSR M Vostok 2 http://www.usfamily.net/web/aschmnet/Astro_One_T.htm