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မီယာအာကာသစခန်း During its 15-year spaceflight, "Mir" was visited by a total of 28 long-duration or "principal" crews, each of which was given a sequential expedition number formatted as EO-X. Expeditions varied in length (from the 72-day flight of the crew of [[Mir EO-28|EO-28]] to the 437-day flight of [[Valeri Polyakov]]), but generally lasted around six months. Principal expedition crews consisted of two to three crew members, who often launched as part of one expedition but returned with another (Polyakov launched with EO-14 and landed with EO-17). The principal expeditions were often supplemented with visiting crews who remained on the station during the week-long handover period between one crew and the next before returning with the departing crew, the station's life support system being able to support a crew of up to six for short periods. The station was occupied for a total of four distinct periods; 12 March–16 July 1986 ([[Mir EO-1|EO-1]]), 5 February 1987 – 27 April 1989 (EO-2–EO-4), the record-breaking run from 5 September 1989 – 28 August 1999 (EO-5–EO-27), and 4 April–16 June 2000 ([[Mir EO-28|EO-28]]). By the time of the station's deorbit, it had been [[List of Mir visitors|visited by 104 different people from twelve different nations]], making it the second-most visited spacecraft in history after the [[International Space Station]].
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The [[Mir EO-7|EO-7]] relief crew arrived aboard [[Soyuz TM-10]] on 3 August 1990. The new crew arrived at "Mir" with [[quail]] for "Kvant"-2's cages, one of which laid an egg en route to the station. It was returned to Earth, along with 130 kg of experiment results and industrial products, in Soyuz TM-9. Two more expeditions, [[Mir EO-8|EO-8]] and [[Mir EO-9|EO-9]], continued the work of their predecessors whilst tensions grew back on Earth.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The 3 February launch of , flying [[STS-63]], opened operations on "Mir" for 1995. Referred to as the "near-"Mir"" mission, the mission saw the first rendezvous of a space shuttle with "Mir" as the orbiter approached within of the station as a dress rehearsal for later docking missions and for equipment testing. Five weeks after "Discovery"'s departure, the [[Mir EO-18|EO-18]] crew, including the first U.S. cosmonaut [[Norman Thagard]], arrived in [[Soyuz TM-21]]. The EO-17 crew left a few days later, with Polyakov completing his record-breaking 437-day spaceflight. During EO-18, the "[[Spektr]]" science module (which served as living and working space for American astronauts) was launched aboard a [[Proton rocket]] and docked to the station, carrying research equipment from America and other nations. The expedition's crew returned to Earth aboard following the first Shuttle–"Mir" docking mission, [[STS-71]]. "Atlantis", launched on 27 June 1995, successfully docked with "Mir" on 29 June becoming the first U.S. spacecraft to dock with a Russian spacecraft since the [[Apollo-Soyuz Test Project|ASTP]] in 1975. The orbiter delivered the [[Mir EO-19|EO-19]] crew and returned the EO-18 crew to Earth. The [[Mir EO-20|EO-20]] crew were launched on 3 September, followed in November by the arrival of the docking module during [[STS-74]].
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The first manned mission flown from an independent [[Kazakhstan]] was [[Soyuz TM-14]], launched on 17 March 1992, which carried the [[Mir EO-11|EO-11]] crew to "Mir", docking on 19 March before the departure of Soyuz TM-13. On 17 June, Russian President [[Boris Yeltsin]] and U.S. President [[George H. W. Bush]] announced what would later become the Shuttle-"Mir" programme, a cooperative venture which would prove very useful to the cash-strapped Roskosmos (and led to the eventual completion and launch of "Spektr" and "Priroda"). [[Mir EO-12|EO-12]] followed in July, alongside a brief visit by French astronaut [[Michel Tognini]]. The crew which succeeded them, [[Mir EO-13|EO-13]], began preparations for the Shuttle-"Mir" programme by flying to the station in a modified spacecraft, [[Soyuz TM-16]] (launched on 26 January 1993), which was equipped with an [[APAS-89]] docking system rather than the usual probe-and-drogue, enabling it to dock to "Kristall" and test the port which would later be used by U.S. space shuttles. The spacecraft also enabled controllers to obtain data on the dynamics of docking a spacecraft to a space station off the station's longitudinal axis, in addition to data on the structural integrity of this configuration via a test called "Rezonans" conducted on 28 January. [[Soyuz TM-15]], meanwhile, departed with the EO-12 crew on 1 February.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း Various breakdowns of "Mir"'s Elektron oxygen-generating system were also a concern. These breakdowns led crews to become increasingly reliant on the backup [[Vika oxygen generator|"Vika"]] [[chemical oxygen generator|solid-fuel oxygen generator]] (SFOG) systems, responsible for the fire during the handover between EO-22 and EO-23. (see also [[ISS ECLSS#Vika|ISS ECLSS]])
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The two-man [[Mir EO-21|EO-21]] crew was launched on 21 February 1996 aboard [[Soyuz TM-23]] and were soon joined by U.S. crew member [[Shannon Lucid]], who was brought to the station by "Atlantis" during [[STS-76]]. This mission saw the first joint U.S. spacewalk on "Mir" take place deploying the [[Mir Environmental Effects Payload|MEEP]] package on the docking module. Lucid became the first American to carry out a long-duration mission aboard "Mir" with her 188-day mission, which set the U.S. single spaceflight record. During Lucid's time aboard "Mir", "[[Priroda]]", the station's final module, arrived as did French visitor [[Claudie Haigneré]] flying the "Cassiopée" mission. The flight aboard [[Soyuz TM-24]] also delivered the [[Mir EO-22|EO-22]] crew of [[Valery Korzun]] and [[Aleksandr Kaleri]].
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း [[Soyuz TM-9]] launched [[Mir EO-6|EO-6]] crew members [[Anatoly Solovyev]] and [[Aleksandr Nikolayevich Balandin|Aleksandr Balandin]] on 11 February 1990. While docking, the EO-5 crew on board "Mir" noted that three thermal blankets on the ferry were loose, potentially creating problems on reentry, but it was decided that they would be manageable. Their stay on board "Mir" saw the addition of the "Kristall" module, launched on 31 May 1990. The first docking attempt on 6 June was aborted due to an attitude control thruster failure. "Kristall" arrived at Mir’s front port on 10 June and was relocated to the lateral port opposite "Kvant"-2 the next day, restoring the equilibrium of the complex. Due to the delay in the docking of "Kristall", EO-6 was extended by 10 days to permit the activation of the module’s systems and to accommodate the EVA to repair the loose thermal blankets on Soyuz TM-9.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The launch of [[Soyuz TM-19]], carrying the [[Mir EO-16|EO-16]] crew, was delayed due to the unavailability of a payload fairing for the booster that was to carry it, but the spacecraft eventually left Earth on 1 July 1994 and docked two days later. They stayed only four months to allow the Soyuz schedule to line up with the planned space shuttle manifest, and so Polyakov greeted a second resident crew in October, prior to the undocking of Soyuz TM-19, when the [[Mir EO-17|EO-17]] crew arrived in [[Soyuz TM-20]]. A few months later, "Mir" veteran [[Vladimir Titov]] became the first Russian cosmonaut to launch on a U.S. spacecraft flying on during [[STS-63]].
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The [[Mir EO-10|EO-10]] crew, launched aboard [[Soyuz TM-13]] on 2 October 1991, was the last crew to launch from the USSR and continued the occupation of "Mir" through the fall of the [[Soviet Union]]. The crew is notable for having launched as Soviet citizens and returning to earth as Russians. The newly formed [[Russian Federal Space Agency]] (Roskosmos) was unable to finance the unlaunched "[[Spektr]]" and "[[Priroda]]" modules, instead putting them into storage and ending "Mir's" second expansion.
မီယာအာကာသစခန်း The Soyuz TM-2 launch was the beginning of a string of 6 Soyuz launches and three long-duration crews between 5 February 1987 and 27 April 1989. This period also saw the first international visitors to the station, [[Muhammed Faris]] ([[Syria]]), [[Abdul Ahad Mohmand]] ([[Afghanistan]]) and [[Jean-Loup Chrétien]] ([[France]]). With the departure of [[Mir EO-4|EO-4]] on [[Soyuz TM-7]] on 27 April 1989 the station was once again left unoccupied.