آناتولی آرتسه بارسکی (Anatoli Artsebarsky)فضانورد
- مدیریت پروژهها و سفرهای فضایی
- تاریخ مهندسی فضا و سیر تحول آن
- آشنایی با ایستگاه فضایی بینالمللی
Born September 9, 1956, in Prosyana, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union.
Other occupation – Test-Pilot. Rank – Colonel, Air Force.
Missions – Soyuz TM-12, MIR EO-9. Time in space – 144d 15h 21m.
Married to Irina Artsebarskaya of Moscow, Russia. After the space flight of Anatoly they had four children (a son and three daughters).
In October 1977 he graduated from Kharkov Higher military aviation school of pilots and got a diploma of a military pilot-engineer.
In 1996 he graduated from the General staff Academy.
Artsebarskii was selected as a cosmonaut in 1985, completed his basic training in 1986, and, for a time, was assigned to the Buran Shuttle program. In early 1989, he began training for his first long-duration flight aboard the MIR space station. This training included preparations for at least six EVA’s (space walks), installation of a new module, the first test of the new Manned Maneuvering Unit (MMU). In April 1990, Artsebarskii began preparing for his to the first flight as a member of the backup crew for the eighth long-duration MIR mission, which also included 5 EVA’s and a week of Soviet-Japanese operations. In December 1990, Commander Anatolii Artsebarskii began training for the ninth MIR mission which included training for 10 EVA’s. Soyuz TM-12 launched on May 18, 1991, with Krikalev as flight engineer and British astronaut Helen Sharman. Sharman returned to Earth with the previous crew after one week, while Artsebarsky and Krikalev remained on MIR. During the summer, they conducted six EVA's to perform a variety of experiments and built space tower "SOFORA" length of 15 meters, on which Artsebarsky raised and settled the flag of the Soviet Union .
In July 1991, Krikalev agreed to stay on MIR as flight engineer for the next crew, scheduled to arrive in October because the next two planned flights had been reduced to one. The engineer slot on the Soyuz-13 flight on October 2, 1991, was filled by. Commander Anatolii Artsebarskii returned to Earth on October 10, 1991 with Toctar Aubakirov, an astronaut from the Soviet republic of Kazakhstan, and Franz Viehbok the first Austrian astronaut.
He was awarded:
Hero of the Soviet Union
Pilot-Cosmonaut of the USSR
Order of Lenin
Medal "For Merit in Space Exploration"