Valery Polyakov, took longest single trip to space, dies

FILE – Valery V. Polyakov, the cosmonaut who set a world record for spending time in space on the MIR space station from Jan. 8, 1994, to March 22, 1995, enjoys a visit to the Philopappos Hill in Athens, with the ancient Parthenon in the background, on Oct. 16, 1995. Polyakov has died at age 80, Russia’s space agency announced Monday, Sept. 19, 2022. (AP Photo/Aris Saris, File)

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