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Klaus-Dietrich Flade

Klaus-Dietrich Flade

Status: Retired
8/21/1952 –
Nationality: German
Type: Government
First Flight: 3/17/1992
Last Flight: 3/17/1992

Klaus-Dietrich Flade (born August 23, 1952) is a German pilot and former German Aerospace Center astronaut who visited the Mir space station in 1992 aboard the Soyuz TM-14 mission, returning to Earth a week later aboard Soyuz TM-13.

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German Aerospace Center

Type: Government
Abbreviation: DLR
Administration: Pascale Ehrenfreund
Founded: 1969

Spacecraft: Mars Express | Rosetta | Dawn
Country: DEU

The German Aerospace Center is Germany’s Center for aerospace, energy, and transportation research. Their main work is as a contributor to the ESA. They have done work both in tandem with the US on Space Shuttle and the ISS, and also with other European Nations on missions like Space Lab and Mars Express.

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