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Who marks the longest period of continuous human presence in space?

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posted Jul 8, 2016 by Ramesh Gowda

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Gennady Padalka, who has spent 879 days in space over 5 missions, became the man who spent the most time in space when he surpassed, on 28 June 2015, the record of Sergei Krikalev who spent 803 days, 9 hours and 39 minutes, or 2.2 years in space over the span of six spaceflights on Soyuz, the Space Shuttle, Mir, and the International Space Station. Currently, second is Yuri Malenchenko who spent 828 days in space on six spaceflights

Woman – Peggy Whitson has spent 376 days, 17 hours and 22 minutes in space over the span of two spaceflights to the International Space Station (scheduled to fly again in November 2016). Second is Sunita Williams who spent 321 days 17 hours 15 minutes in space

answer Jul 8, 2016 by Amit Kumar Pandey
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