How did Russian Cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov die? Valeri Polyakov Dies At 80, Cause Of Death

How did Russian Cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov die?

Valeri Polyakov was the Cosmonaut (That human who equipped spaceflight program to serve as a commander and Trained) from Russia. He had the best knowledge of space cause of long trips to space. Valeri died on the day of Monday 19 September in Moscow, Russia. He was a Medical doctor and member of the Mission Insignia. His two notable Spaceflights were Soyuz TM-6 / Soyuz TM-7 from 28 August 1988 to 27 April 1989, and live there 240 days, 22 Hours, and 34, minutes. The second was from 8 January 1994 to 22 March 1995 in Soyuz TM-18 / Soyuz TM-20.

Valeri Polyakov Dies At 80, Cause Of Death

Russian cosmonaut man Valeri Polyakov died at the age of 80, Perhaps he died cause of a natural cause because till now his death related any type of news and information not comes to our front. Before Valeri’s death, he was a cosmonaut-investigator for Germany, US, Austria, and France for a special space science mission at the Mir Space Station.

Who was Valeri Polyakov?

He was professionally a Medical doctor and he won lots of honors and awards like Hero of the Russian Federation, Order of Lenin, Pilot-Cosmonaut of the USSR, Order of Parasat, and Hero of the Soviet Union.

Birth Name Valeri Vladimirovich Polyakov
Profession cosmonaut and Medical doctor
Known for Mission insignia
Age 80 years old when he died
Birth Date 27 April 1942
Birth Place Tula, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Death Date 19 September 2022
Death Place Moscow, Russia
Nationality Russian
Education Graduated in 1959 from Tula Secondary School No. 4, Doctor degree from I. M. Sechenov 1st Moscow Medical Institute, Ministry of Public Health at the Institute of Medical and Biological Problems, and he specialized in astronautics medicine.
Wife Name Not Found Yet

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