Vladimir Afanasiyevich Lyakhov (Russian: Владимир Афанасьевич Ляхов; born in Antratsyt, Voroshilovgrad Oblast (now Luhansk Oblast), Ukrainian SSR) on July 20, 1941) is a Soviet cosmonaut.
Birth 20 Jul 1941
Soyuz 32 (Russian: Союз 32, Union 32) was a 1979 Soviet manned space flight to the Salyut 6 space station. It was the eighth mission to and seventh successful docking at the orbiting facility. The Soyuz 32 crew was the third long-duration crew to man the space station.
Mission launch date 25 Feb 1979
4th expedition to Salyut 7 following failed docking of Soyuz T-8. Returned lab experiments to earth. Next mission had launch failure Soyuz T-10a
Mission launch date 27 Jun 1983
Soyuz TM-5 the fifth manned spacecraft to visit the Russian Space Station Mir. It was launched on June 7, 1988, carrying the three person crew of the visiting mission Mir EP-2. This week-long stay on Mir occurred during the third long-duration Mir expedition, Mir EO-3. The crew of EP-2 returned to Earth aboard Soyuz TM-4, while the TM-5 spacecraft remained docked to Mir, acting as the lifeboat for the long-duration crew. On September 7, 1988....
Mission launch date 7 Jun 1988
Soyuz TM-6 was the sixth manned spacecraft to visit the Soviet Space Station Mir. It was launched in August 1988, during the station's third long-duration expedition, Mir EO-3. The three person crew that was launched consisted of Research Doctor Valeri Polyakov, who became part of the EO-3 crew, as well as the two crew members of the week-long mission Mir EP-3, which included the first ever Afghan cosmonaut, Abdul Ahad Mohmand.
Mission launch date 29 Aug 1988