London, South Kensington
17 May 2007
a flown soyuz tm16 suit mirror worn by alexander poleshuk,
autographed in black felt tip Alexander Poleshuk and inscribed Poleshuk MIR-13 /SOYZ TM16, plastic safety mirror, framed and backed with anodized aluminium, on blue elastic wrist band
8 x 6.5cm. (3 x 2½in.) in display frame, 8 x 22.5cm. (7 x 9in.)
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Worn by Poleshuk on space walks around the MIR Space Station as part of the 1993 MIR-13/Soyuz-TM16 expedition.
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