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LEISURE SPACETOURISM
RTRPHIT
June 18, 2003
Sergey Alexandrovich Gorbunov (L), the press secretary of the Russian
Aviation and Space Agency, speaks...
New York, USA
SPACE TOURISM PRESS CONFERENCE IN NEW YORK.
Sergey Alexandrovich Gorbunov (L), the press secretary of the Russian
Aviation and Space Agency, speaks with Dennis Tito (C), the first
private funded citizen to fly in space, and Eric Anderson, the
president and chief executive officer of Space Adventures, before a
press conference in New York on June 18, 2003 where they announced
plans to send two tourists into space in early 2005. The tourists will
pay $20 million for an eight-ten day trip to the International Space
Station. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

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SHUTTLEWORTH
RTXLAW8
June 10, 2002
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, waves as he is welcomed back to Cape Town during a...
Cape Town, South Africa
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, waves as he is welcomed back to Cape Town during .....
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, waves as he is welcomed back to Cape Town during a parade through the city's streets, June 10, 2002. Shuttleworth, who now lives in the United Kingdom recently spent 8 days aboard the international sace station, becoming the world's second paying space visitor after [Dennis Tito] of the United States.
SHUTTLEWORTH
RTXLAW7
June 10, 2002
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, and Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gidzenko (L) wave as they...
Cape Town, South Africa
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, and Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gidzenko (L) wave as t.....
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, and Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gidzenko (L) wave as they are welcomed back to Cape Town during a parade through the city's streets, June 10, 2002. Shuttleworth, who now lives in the United Kingdom recently spent 8 days aboard the international sace station, becoming the world's second paying space visitor after [Dennis Tito] of the United States.
SHUTTLEWORTH
RTXLAW6
June 10, 2002
Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space, is welcomed back to Cape Town by a local flower seller...
Cape Town, South Africa
Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space, is welcomed back to Cape Town by a local flower selle.....
Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space, is welcomed back to Cape Town by a local flower seller during a parade through the city's streets, June 10, 2002. Shuttleworth, who now lives in the United Kingdom, recently spent 8 days aboard the international space station, becoming the world's second paying space visitor after [Dennis Tito] of the United States.
SAFRICA SHUTTLEWORTH
RTR687K
June 10, 2002
Crowds of children cheer Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space,
as he is welcomed back to Cape...
Cape Town, South Africa
MARK SHUTTLEWORTH IS WELCOMED BACK TO CAPE TOWN AFTER VISITING THE
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATIO.
Crowds of children cheer Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space,
as he is welcomed back to Cape Town during a parade through the city's
streets, June 10, 2002. Shuttleworth, who now lives in the United
Kingdom recently spent 8 days aboard the international sace station,
becoming the world's second paying space visitor after Dennis Tito of
the United States. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS

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SAFRICA SHUTTLEWORTH
RTR6876
June 10, 2002
Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space, is welcomed back to Cape
Town by a local flower seller...
Cape Town, South Africa
MARK SHUTTLEWORTH IS WELCOMED BACK TO CAPE TOWN AFTER VISITING THE
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATIO.
Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space, is welcomed back to Cape
Town by a local flower seller during a parade through the city's
streets, June 10, 2002. Shuttleworth, who now lives in the United
Kingdom recently spent 8 days aboard the international sace station,
becoming the world's second paying space visitor after Dennis Tito of
the United States. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS

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SAFRICA SHUTTLEWORTH
RTR686W
June 10, 2002
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, waves as he is
welcomed back to Cape Town during...
Cape Town, South Africa
MARK SHUTTLEWORTH IS WELCOMED BACK TO CAPE TOWN AFTER VISITING THE
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATIO.
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, waves as he is
welcomed back to Cape Town during a parade through the city's streets,
June 10, 2002. Shuttleworth, who now lives in the United Kingdom
recently spent 8 days aboard the international sace station, becoming
the world's second paying space visitor after Dennis Tito of the United
States. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS

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SAFRICA SHUTTLEWORTH
RTR686N
June 10, 2002
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, and Russian
cosmonaut Yuri Gidzenko (L) wave as they...
Cape Town, South Africa
MARK SHUTTLEWORTH IS WELCOMED BACK TO CAPE TOWN AFTER VISITING THE
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATIO.
Mark Shuttleworth (R), the first African in space, and Russian
cosmonaut Yuri Gidzenko (L) wave as they are welcomed back to Cape Town
during a parade through the city's streets, June 10, 2002.
Shuttleworth, who now lives in the United Kingdom recently spent 8 days
aboard the international sace station, becoming the world's second
paying space visitor after Dennis Tito of the United States.
REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS

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SAFRICA SHUTTLEWORTH
RTR6869
June 10, 2002
Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space, is welcomed back to Cape
Town by a local flower seller...
Cape Town, South Africa
MARK SHUTTLEWORTH IS WELCOMED BACK TO CAPE TOWN AFTER VISITING THE
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION.
Mark Shuttleworth, the first African in space, is welcomed back to Cape
Town by a local flower seller during a parade through the city's
streets, June 10, 2002. Shuttleworth, who now lives in the United
Kingdom, recently spent 8 days aboard the international space station,
becoming the world's second paying space visitor after Dennis Tito of
the United States. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings REUTERS

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TITO
RTXKL6Y
June 26, 2001
Space tourist Dennis Tito waits to testify before a congressional subcommittee on space tourism on Capitol...
Washington, USA
Space tourist Dennis Tito waits to testify before a congressional subcommittee on space tourism on C.....
Space tourist Dennis Tito waits to testify before a congressional subcommittee on space tourism on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 26, 2001. Tito paid the Russians to take him into space.
SPACE TOURISM
RTRK1VQ
June 26, 2001
Space tourist Dennis Tito waits to testify before a congressional subcommittee on space tourism on Capitol...
Washington, USA
SPACE TOURIST DENNIS TITO ON U.S. CAPITOL HILL.
Space tourist Dennis Tito waits to testify before a congressional subcommittee on space tourism on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 26, 2001. Tito paid the Russians to take him into space.

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SPACE
RTRK1VL
June 26, 2001
Space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Astronaut Buzz Aldrin (R) shake hands before a congressional subcommittee...
Washington, USA
DENNIS TITO AND BUZZ ALDRIN MEET ON CAPITOL HILL.
Space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Astronaut Buzz Aldrin (R) shake hands before a congressional subcommittee on space tourism in Washington June 26, 2001. Tito paid $20 million for the Russians to take him into space.

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SPACE GOLDIN
RTRIWIV
May 24, 2001
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) chief Daniel Goldin speaks during a Reuters interview...
Washington, United States Minor Outlying Islands
DAN GOLDIN SPEAKS DURING INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) chief Daniel Goldin speaks during a Reuters interview at NASA's headquarters in Washington D.C. May 24, 2001. NASA's relations with Russia are still recovering from a "symmetry of mistrust" that festered over California businessman Dennis Tito's flight to the International Space Station, Goldin said during the interview. NASA and other partners in the International Space Station had strenuously objected when the Russians said they would send Tito aboard a Soyuz taxi flight to the station. Tito reportedly paid $20 million to the cash-strapped Russian agency.

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SPACE GOLDIN
RTRIWAM
May 24, 2001
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) chief Daniel Goldin speaks during a Reuters interview...
Washington, United States Minor Outlying Islands
DAN GOLDIN SPEAKS DURING INTERVIEW WITH REUTERS.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) chief Daniel Goldin speaks during a Reuters interview in his ninth-floor office at NASA's headquarters in Washington D.C. May 24, 2001. NASA's relations with Russia are still recovering from a "symmetry of mistrust" that festered over California businessman Dennis Tito's flight to the International Space Station, Goldin said during the interview. NASA and other partners in the International Space Station had strenuously objected when the Russians said they would send Tito aboard a Soyuz taxi flight to the station. Tito reportedly paid $20 million to the cash-strapped Russian agency.

MMR/TRA
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRICKZ
May 16, 2001
Dennis Tito, the world's first space tourist, poses for a picture with his friend Dawn Abraham during...
Star City, Russia
WORLD'S FIRST SPACE TOURIST TITO AND HIS FRIEND DAWN ABRAHAM POSE FOR A PICTURE IN STAR CITY.
Dennis Tito, the world's first space tourist, poses for a picture with his friend Dawn Abraham during a ceremony in Star City outside Moscow, May 16, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts, Yuri Baturin and Talgat Musabayev, attended a meeting marking the rehabilitation of the crew after their recent flight to ISS. Tito sports a hat presented to him by Russian Na-Na rock group.

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SPACE RUSSIA
RTRICKQ
May 16, 2001
Dennis Tito, the world's first space tourist, tastes traditional bread and salt during a ceremony in...
Star City, Russia
WORLD'S FIRST SPACE TOURIST DENNIS TITO TASTES TRADITIONAL BREAD AND SALT IN STAR CITY.
Dennis Tito, the world's first space tourist, tastes traditional bread and salt during a ceremony in Star City outside MoscowW May 16, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts, Yuri Baturin and Talgat Musabayev, returned recently from a flight to the International Space Station.

CVI
SPACE TITO
RTRI1C5
May 09, 2001
Space traveler, U.S. businessman Dennis Tito, speaks during a press conference May 9, 2001 in Los Angeles....
Los, USA
DENNIS TITO LOS ANGELES PRESS CONFERENCE.
Space traveler, U.S. businessman Dennis Tito, speaks during a press conference May 9, 2001 in Los Angeles. Tito became the first space tourist spending several days on the international space station.

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SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHXPM
May 08, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito looks gives a news conference in Star City outside Moscow,...
Star City, Russia
WORLD'S FIRST SPACE TOURIST TITO GIVES A NEWS CONFERENCE IN STAR CITY.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito looks gives a news conference in Star City outside Moscow, May 8, 2001. Tito said that the most poignant moment of his trip to International Space Station (ISS) was a conversation with his family back on Earth via a ham radio link.

CVI/FMS
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHXO3
May 08, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures during a news conference in Star City outside Moscow,...
Star City, Russia
WORLD'S FIRST SPACE TOURIST TITO GESTURES DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN STAR CITY.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures during a news conference in Star City outside Moscow, May 8, 2001. Tito said that the most poignant moment of his trip to International Space Station (ISS) was a conversation with his family back on Earth via a radio link.

CVI/CRB
SPACE
RTXKGGQ
May 06, 2001
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev (2L) stands with the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L)...
Astana, Kazakhstan
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev (2L) stands with the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (.....
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev (2L) stands with the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev (2R) and Yuri Baturin as they stand in Astana airport May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
TITO
RTXKGGP
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km...
Astana, Kazakhstan
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 30.....
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
SPACE
RTXKGGO
May 06, 2001
Russian space specialists run to the landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev,...
Astana, Kazakhstan
Russian space specialists run to the landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev,.....
Russian space specialists run to the landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev, Yuri Baturin and the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito after its landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
SPACE
RTXKGGN
May 06, 2001
The landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev, Yuri Baturin and the world's...
Astana, Kazakhstan
The landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev, Yuri Baturin and the wor.....
The landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev, Yuri Baturin and the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito lies on the ground of a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west of Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
TITO
RTXKGGM
May 06, 2001
Russian space specialists help the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito after he landed in a remote...
Astana, Kazakhstan
Russian space specialists help the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito after he landed in a remo.....
Russian space specialists help the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito after he landed in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
SPACE
RTXKGGL
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle apples...
Astana, Kazakhstan
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle ap.....
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle apples watched by Yuri Baturin as they rest after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
TITO
RTXKGGK
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives thumbs up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some...
Astana, Kazakhstan
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives thumbs up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe .....
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives thumbs up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
TITO
RTXKGGH
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives a thumbs-up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe...
Astana, Kazakhstan
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives a thumbs-up after landing in a remote Kazakh stepp.....
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives a thumbs-up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. The world's first paying space tourist Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
SPACE RUSSIA
RTR15MXG
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives a thumbs-up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe...
Astana, Kazakhstan
THE WORLD'S FIRST SPACE TOURIST TITO GIVES THUMBS UP AFTER LANDING.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives a thumbs-up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. The world's first paying space tourist Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRPQQQ
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures after landing in a
remote Kazakh steppe some 300km...
Astana, Kazakhstan
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures after landing in a
remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and
two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe
ending an historic voyage that cost Tito $14million. REUTERS/Shamil
Zhumatov

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SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHVAN
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito receives a traditional bread and salt after arriving in Chkalovsky...
Star City, Russia
AMERICAN SPACE TOURIST TITO RECEIVES TRADITIONAL BREAD AND SALT.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito receives a traditional bread and salt after arriving in Chkalovsky airport near the Star City outside Moscow, May 6, 2001. An exhilarated Tito made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday and said he had just returned from paradise.

CVI
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHVAC
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito smiles as he holds flowers inside a bus driving him from...
Star City, Russia
AMERICAN SPACE TOURIST TITO SMILES INSIDE A BUS.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito smiles as he holds flowers inside a bus driving him from the airport to the Star City outside Moscow, May 6, 2001. An exhilarated Tito made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday and said he had just returned from paradise.

CVI
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHVA0
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures as he speaks inside a plane heading to Chkalovsky...
Astana, Kazakhstan
AMERICAN SPACE TOURIST TITO GESTURES INSIDE A PLANE.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures as he speaks inside a plane heading to Chkalovsky airport near the Star City, May 6, 2001. An exhilarated Tito made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday and said he had just returned from paradise.

CVI
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUTF
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito waves as he stands on an all-terrain vehicle before boarding...
Astana, Kazakhstan
AMERICAN SPACE TOURIST TITO WAVES AFTER LANDING.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito waves as he stands on an all-terrain vehicle before boarding the helicopter to Astana, after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUQK
May 06, 2001
KAZAKH PRESIDENT NAZARBAYEV STANDS WITH U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS BATURIN AND MUSABAYEV...
Astana, Kazakhstan
KAZAKH PRESIDENT NAZARBAYEV STANDS WITH U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS BATURIN ...
KAZAKH PRESIDENT NAZARBAYEV STANDS WITH U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS BATURIN AND MUSABAYEV IN ASTANA.


Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev (2L) stands with the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev (2R) and Yuri Baturin as they stand in Astana airport May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUPS
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km...
Astana, Kazakhstan
AMERICAN SPACE TOURIST GESTURES AFTER LANDING.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gestures after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI/CRB
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUPE
May 06, 2001
Russian space specialists run to the landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev,...
Astana, Kazakhstan
RUSSIAN SPACE EXPERTS RUN TO THE CAPSULE AFTER ITS LANDING.
Russian space specialists run to the landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev, Yuri Baturin and the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito after its landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUP4
May 06, 2001
Russian space specialists help the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito after he landed in a remote...
Astana, Kazakhstan
RUSSIAN SPACE SPECIALISTS HELP AMERICAN SPACE TOURIST TITO.
Russian space specialists help the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito after he landed in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI/CRB
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUOX
May 06, 2001
The landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev, Yuri Baturin and the world's...
Astana, Kazakhstan
THE LANDING CAPSULE OF SOYUZ-TM LIES ON THE GROUND AFTER LANDING IN KAZAKH STEPPE.
The landing capsule of Soyuz-TM31 with Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev, Yuri Baturin and the world's first space tourist Dennis Tito lies on the ground of a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west of Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUOS
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives thumbs up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some...
Astana, Kazakhstan
WORLD'S FIRST SPACE TOURIST TITO SHOWS THUMBS UP AFTER LANDING.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito gives thumbs up after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUOA
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle apples...
Astana, Kazakhstan
U.S. SPCE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS BATURIN AND MUSABAYEV JUGGLE APPLES.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle apples watched by Yuri Baturin as they rest after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI/CRB
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUNE
May 06, 2001
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito waves from inside the landing capsule after landing in a...
Astana, Kazakhstan
U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO WAVES FROM INSIDE THE LANDING CAPSULE.
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito waves from inside the landing capsule after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. The world's first paying space tourist Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

SZH/CVI/CRB
ENDEAVOUR
RTXKGPE
May 01, 2001
The space shuttle Endeavour deploys its drag chute after it glided in for a landing at Edwards Air Force...
Edwards Afb, USA
The space shuttle Endeavour deploys its drag chute after it glided in for a landing at Edwards Air F.....
The space shuttle Endeavour deploys its drag chute after it glided in for a landing at Edwards Air Force base in the Mojave Desert in California, May 1, 2001. [The orbiter, which had just completed a mission to install the Canadarm2 robotic arm on the International Space Station, left just prior to the arrival of the first space tourist, Dennis Tito.]
ENDEAVOUR
RTXKGPD
May 01, 2001
The space shuttle Endeavour leaves smoke from its tires as it glides in for a landing at Edwards Air...
Edwards Afb, USA
The space shuttle Endeavour leaves smoke from its tires as it glides in for a landing at Edwards Air.....
The space shuttle Endeavour leaves smoke from its tires as it glides in for a landing at Edwards Air Force base in the Mojave Desert in California, May 1, 2001. [The orbiter, which had just completed a mission to install the Canadarm2 robotic arm on the International Space Station, left just prior to the arrival of the first space tourist, Dennis Tito.]
ENDEAVOUR
RTXKGPC
May 01, 2001
The space shuttle Endeavour glides in for a landing at Edwards Air Force base in the Mojave Desert in...
Edwards Afb, USA
The space shuttle Endeavour glides in for a landing at Edwards Air Force base in the Mojave Desert i.....
The space shuttle Endeavour glides in for a landing at Edwards Air Force base in the Mojave Desert in California, May 1, 2001. [The orbiter, which had just completed a mission to install the Canadarm2 robotic arm on the International Space Station, left just prior to the arrival of the first space tourist, Dennis Tito.]
ENDEAVOUR
RTXKGPB
May 01, 2001
The space shuttle Endeavour glides in for a landing at Edwards Air Force base in the Mojave Desert in...
Edwards Afb, USA
The space shuttle Endeavour glides in for a landing at Edwards Air Force base in the Mojave Desert i.....
The space shuttle Endeavour glides in for a landing at Edwards Air Force base in the Mojave Desert in California, May 1, 2001. [The orbiter, which had just completed a mission to install the Canadarm2 robotic arm on the International Space Station, left just prior to the arrival of the first space tourist, Dennis Tito.]
SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRHL4H
April 29, 2001
The International Space Station floats above the Earth after Space Shuttle Endeavour undocked from it...
Moscow, USA
SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOUR UNDOCKS FROM SPACE STATION TO RETURN HOME.
The International Space Station floats above the Earth after Space Shuttle Endeavour undocked from it to return home following a completed mission, April 29, 2001. The first tourist in orbit was expected to reach his holiday destination on time on Monday after NASA moved the Space Shuttle Endeavour out of the way, clearing a path to the International Space Station. A Russian mission control duty officer said by telephone that the Soyuz space ship carrying California millionaire Dennis Tito and two Russian cosmonauts would dock on time, after NASA cut loose Endeavour and sent it heading toward home on April 29.

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SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRHL49
April 29, 2001
The International Space Station floats over the Earth's horizon after Space Shuttle Endeavour undocked...
Moscow, USA
SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOUR UNDOCKS FROM SPACE STATION TO RETURN HOME.
The International Space Station floats over the Earth's horizon after Space Shuttle Endeavour undocked from it to return home following a completed mission, April 29, 2001. The first tourist in orbit was expected to reach his holiday destination on time on Monday after NASA moved the Space Shuttle Endeavour out of the way, clearing a path to the International Space Station. A Russian mission control duty officer said by telephone that the Soyuz space ship carrying California millionaire Dennis Tito and two Russian cosmonauts would dock on time, after NASA cut loose Endeavour and sent it heading toward home on April 29.

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SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRHL43
April 29, 2001
The International Space Station floats in space after the Space Shuttle Endeavour undocked from it to...
Moscow, USA
SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOUR UNDOCKS FROM SPACE STATION TO RETURN HOME.
The International Space Station floats in space after the Space Shuttle Endeavour undocked from it to return home, April 29, 2001. The first tourist in orbit was expected to reach his holiday destination on time on Monday after NASA moved the Space Shuttle Endeavour out of the way, clearing a path to the International Space Station. A Russian mission control duty officer said by telephone that the Soyuz space ship carrying California millionaire Dennis Tito and two Russian cosmonauts would dock on time, after NASA cut loose Endeavour and sent it heading toward home on April 29.

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SPACE SHUTTLE
RTRHL3T
April 29, 2001
The space shuttle Endeavour undocks from the International Space Station (seen in the back) to return...
Moscow, USA
SPACE SHUTTLE ENDEAVOUR UNDOCKS FROM SPACE STATION TO RETURN HOME.
The space shuttle Endeavour undocks from the International Space Station (seen in the back) to return home after completing its mission, April 29, 2001. The first tourist in orbit was expected to reach his holiday destination on time on Monday after NASA moved the Space Shuttle Endeavour out of the way, clearing a path to the International Space Station. A Russian mission control duty officer said by telephone that the Soyuz space ship carrying California millionaire Dennis Tito and two Russian cosmonauts would dock on time, after NASA cut loose Endeavour and sent it heading toward home on April 29.

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SPACE
RTXKGSW
April 28, 2001
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (L) listens to Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev in Baikonur, April 28,...
Baikonur, Kazakhstan
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (L) listens to Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev in Baikonur, April .....
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (L) listens to Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev in Baikonur, April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.
TITO
RTXKGSV
April 28, 2001
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito gives the thumbs up before boarding the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur April...
Baikonur, Kazakhstan
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito gives the thumbs up before boarding the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur A.....
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito gives the thumbs up before boarding the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.
SPACE
RTXKGSU
April 28, 2001
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (C) and Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev (Top) and Yuri Baturin give...
Baikonur, Kazakhstan
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (C) and Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev (Top) and Yuri Baturin gi.....
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (C) and Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev (Top) and Yuri Baturin give the thumbs up before boarding the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur April 28, 2001. The two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.
SOYUZ
RTXKGST
April 28, 2001
A Soyuz-TM rocket blasts off from the cosmodrome in Baikonur April 28, 2001. [Two Russian cosmonauts...
Baikonur, Kazakhstan
A Soyuz-TM rocket blasts off from the cosmodrome in Baikonur April 28, 2001. [Two Russian cosmonauts.....
A Soyuz-TM rocket blasts off from the cosmodrome in Baikonur April 28, 2001. [Two Russian cosmonauts and U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.]
TITO
RTXKGSS
April 28, 2001
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito waves as he prepares to board the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur, April 28,...
Baikonur, Kazakhstan
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito waves as he prepares to board the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur, April .....
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito waves as he prepares to board the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur, April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.
SPACE
RTRHJ46
April 28, 2001
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito waves before leaving to board the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur, April 28,...
Baikonur, Russia
U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO WAVES IN BAIKONUR.
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito waves before leaving to board the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur, April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.

CVI/WS
SPACE
RTRHJ3B
April 28, 2001
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito gives the thumbs up before boarding the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur April...
Baikonur, Russia
U.S. SPACE TOURIST DENNIS TITO GIVES THUMBS UP IN BAIKONUR.
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito gives the thumbs up before boarding the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.

CVI
SPACE
RTRHJ2J
April 28, 2001
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (L) listens to Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev in Baikonur, April 28,...
Baikonur, Russia
U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUT MUSABAYEV GESTURE IN BAIKONUR.
U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (L) listens to Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev in Baikonur, April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.

CVI/WS
SPACE
RTRHJ25
April 28, 2001
A Soyuz-TM rocket blasts off from the cosmodrome in Baikonur, April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts...
Baikonur, Russia
THE SOYUZ-TM ROCKET BLASTS OFF FROM BAIKONUR COSMODROME.
A Soyuz-TM rocket blasts off from the cosmodrome in Baikonur, April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.

CVI/WS
SPACE
RTRHJ1V
April 28, 2001
SPECIALISTS HELP U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUT MUSABAYEV TO PUT ON THEIR SPACE SUITS...
Baikonur, Russia
SPECIALISTS HELP U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUT MUSABAYEV TO PUT ON THEIR SPACE SUITS...
SPECIALISTS HELP U.S. SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUT MUSABAYEV TO PUT ON THEIR SPACE SUITS IN BAIKONUR.


Specialists help U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (C) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev to put on their space suits in Baikonur, April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.
SPACE
RTRHJ1I
April 28, 2001
US SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS BATURIN AND MUSABAYEV WALK TO BOARD THE SOYUZ-TM ROCKET...
Baikonur, Russia
US SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS BATURIN AND MUSABAYEV WALK TO BOARD THE SOYUZ-TM ROCKET...
US SPACE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS BATURIN AND MUSABAYEV WALK TO BOARD THE SOYUZ-TM ROCKET IN BAIKONUR.


U.S. space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonauts Talgat Musabayev (C) and Yuri Baturin walk to board the Soyuz-TM rocket in Baikonur, April 28, 2001. Two Russian cosmonauts and Tito blasted off for the International Space Station on Saturday after a row between Russian and American space officials was settled.
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