Astronaut: Andreas Mogensen

Andreas Enevold Mogensen, Ph.D. (born November 2, 1976) is a Danish engineer and astronaut. He was the first Dane to fly in space as part of the iriss programme. On 2 September 2015, Mogensen was launched with Soyuz TMA-18M to ISS, and landed with Soyuz TMA-16M ten days later. He was travelling with another visiting flight engineer, Aidyn Aimbetov. Among the items Andreas brought along were LEGO figures and a poster for Copenhagen Suborbitals.
Andreas Mogensen, Denmark’s First Astronaut, Assigned to 2015 Soyuz Mission

Andreas Mogensen, Denmark’s First Astronaut, Assigned to 2015 Soyuz Mission

Astronaut trials gravity-mimicking skinsuit on ISS

Astronaut trials gravity-mimicking skinsuit on ISS

#Denmark: View 1 | International Space Station Image posted by ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen during his iriss mission. Andreas commented: "Fantastic start to the day! Flew right over Denmark with no clouds!"

#Denmark: View 1 | International Space Station Image posted by ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen during his iriss mission. Andreas commented: "Fantastic start to the day! Flew right over Denmark with no clouds!"

Das Europäische Astronautenkorps

Das Europäische Astronautenkorps

Andreas Mogensen European Astronaut - Denmark

Andreas Mogensen European Astronaut - Denmark

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LEGO iriss astronauts. Credits: ESA

LEGO iriss astronauts. Credits: ESA

Robotic arm training (part 2) Published on Mar 28, 2014 Part 2 of ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen's training diary about his robotic arm training in Canada. Andreas is back for the second week of training together with Canadian Space Agency astronaut David Saint-Jacques to learn about capturing free-flying objects with the robotic arm.

Robotic arm training (part 2) Published on Mar 28, 2014 Part 2 of ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen's training diary about his robotic arm training in Canada. Andreas is back for the second week of training together with Canadian Space Agency astronaut David Saint-Jacques to learn about capturing free-flying objects with the robotic arm.

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