Ivanishin, Anatoli Alekseyevich
Status: Active 2003-on. Born: 1969-01-15. Spaceflights: 2 . Total time in space: 280.41 days. Birth Place: Irkutsk.
Official NASA Biography as of June 2016:ANATOLY ALEKSEYEVICH IVANISHIN
(LIEUTENANT COLONEL, RUSSIAN AIR FORCE)
SOYUZ TMA BACKUP COMMANDER
ISS FLIGHT ENGINEER
RSC ENERGIA TEST-COSMONAUT
PERSONAL DATA: Born January 15, 1969 in Irkutsk, Russia. Married to Svetlana Ivanishin. They have one son, Vladislav, born in 1993.
EDUCATION: In 1986, Ivanishin finished secondary school education from Irkutsk. He entered the Irkutsk Polytechnic Institute, and in 1987 completed his first year. Ivanishin entered the Chernigov Higher Military Aviation School in 1987, and in 1991 graduated with honors. In 2003, Ivanishin graduated from the Moscow State University in Economics, Statistics and Information Theory.
EXPERIENCE: Since 1991 Ivanishin has served in combatant units of the Russian Air Force. After graduating from the Chernigov Higher Military Aviation School, he served in the Borisoglebsk military unit, Voronezh region, where Ivanishin flew MiG-29 jet fighter planes. Since 1992, he served as a senior fighter pilot in the 159 aviation regiment based in Petrozavodsk, Karelia. During the service he flew Su-27 jet fighter aircraft. He has logged 507 hours of flying time and has successfully made 180 parachute jumps.
SPACEFLIGHT EXPERIENCE: In May 2003, Ivanishin was selected as a cosmonaut candidate. From May 2003 through June 2005, he completed basic spaceflight training. In July 2005, he was qualified as a test cosmonaut.
Currently, Ivanishin serves as the Soyuz TMA-20 backup commander, a mission to the International Space Station expected to launch in December 2010 where he will serve as a flight engineer for Expedition 29/30.
Russian pilot cosmonaut, 2003-on. Ivanishin was a Captain in the Russian Air Force at Petrozavodsk when selected. A senior fighter pilot with the VVS, he had flown MiG-29 and Su-27 fighters. Russian Air Force 2 spaceflights, 280.4 days in space. Flew to orbit on Soyuz TMA-22 (2011), Soyuz MS.
ISS EO-26 crew. Docked at the Rassvet module of the ISS at 20:11 GMT on 17 December. The crew boarded Soyuz TMA-20 and undocked at 21:35 GMT on 23 May 2011. They pulled back 200 m from the station, then took comprehensive photography of the station until 22:17 as it rotated before them. After departure from the visinity of the station, the Soyuz fired its engines at 01:36 GMT on 24 May to start the descent into the atmosphere. The orbital module and service modules separated from the descent module at 02:01 GMT. The crew landed safely in Kazakhstan at 02:27 GMT.
ISS EO-27 crew. The Soyuz docked at the Poisk module of the ISS at 23:09 GMT on 6 April, and undocked at 00:38 GMT on 16 September 2011, eight days later than planned due to the Progress M-11M launch failure. A dropout of communications after the reentry burn caused concern, but the crew landed safely in Kazakhstan at 03:59 GMT.
Launch delayed two months to verify booster after launch failure of Progress M-12M in August 2011. After successful launch of Progress M-13M on 30 October, Soyuz TMA-22 was cleared for launch. Delivered the EO-29 crew to the ISS, docking at the Poisk module of the station at 05:24 GMT on 16 November. Undocked on 27 April 2012 at 08:15 GMT and landed in Kazakhstan at 11:45 GMT.
Docked with ISS. On Jun 18 Expedition 47 crew members Yuriy Malenchenko, Tim Kopra and Tim Peake transferred from the Rassvet module to Soyuz TMA-19, closing hatches at 0235 UTC and undocking at 0552 UTC. Soyuz TMA-19M made its deorbit burn at 0822 UTC and reentered for a safe landing in Kazakhstan at 0915 UTC.
Launched on into a 181 x 239 km orbit; docked with the ISS Rassvet module at 0406 UTC Jul 9. The Soyuz MS was a new variant of the ferry ship with upgraded onboard systems. Crew was Anatoliy Ivanishin (Roscosmos), Takuya Onishi (JAXA) and Kate Rubins (NASA). On Oct 30 at 0035 UTC Ivanishin, Onishi and Rubins undocked from Rassvet in Soyuz MS-01; they landed in Kazakhstan at 0358 UTC.