Russian cosmonaut who served on Expedition 3 and Expedition 14 aboard the International Space Station.
American physician and astronaut who flew on STS-78, which, at the time, set the record for the longest space mission ever at 16 days and 21 hours.
Russian astronaut who has gained fame for traveling to space and International Space Station on multiple different times.
Once a resident of the Mir Space Station, he set the record at the time for longest stay in space at 326 days.
As part of the third group of NASA astronauts, he died while training for the his first space flight.
Russian cosmonaut who in 2011 was the person to have spent the second-longest amount of time in space.
Retired cosmonaut who served on three missions aboard both the Mir and International Space Stations.
Former European Space Agency astronaut who served as mission specialist on Space Shuttle mission STS-111.
Former NASA astronaut who logged four Space Shuttle missions, twice serving as commander and once serving as pilot.
Decorated Russian cosmonaut who's completed three missions and has been the commander of the International Space Station. His total time in space comes over a year at 365 days and 14 minutes, but this does not include the time he's spent aboard the space station starting in December of 2017.
Astronaut who has served as a Russian Cosmonaut for the Russian Federal Space Agency. He was part of Expedition 55/56 that left in March 2018.