Roscosmos photo

WAGNER Ivan Viktorovich

No space flight experience

July 10, 1985, the village of Severoonezhsk, Plesetsk district, Arkhangelsk region, Russia.

FAMILY STATUS:: married.
Wife Tatyana Vladimirovna Wagner. A daughter and a son in the family.

From 1992 to 2002 he studied at the Severoonezhsk general academic school.
From 2002 to 2008 - at the D.F.Ustinov Baltic State Technical University "Voenmekh", St. Petersburg. Upon graduation he was awarded a master's degree in engineering and technology in the area of aerospace engineering. He graduated from the senior division, is a lieutenant of the reserve.

Water touring, cross-country skiing, kettlebell lifting, kayaking, snowboarding.

From 2007 to 2008 he worked as a design engineer at OAO Klimov.
Since 2008 he worked at the Rocket and Space Corporation Energia as an engineer in the Lead Operational Control Team. Since February 2009 he worked as an assistant flight director for the Russian segment of the International Space Station.

On October 12, 2010 by decision of the Main Interdepartmental Commission, it was recommended to enroll him to the cosmonaut corps "Energia" (17th enrollment).
November 15, 2010 he began training as a candidate for test cosmonauts based on the Federal State Budget Institution Scientific Yu.A. Gagarin Research Institute CTC.
In January 2011 he was transferred to the cosmonaut corps of Roscosmos.
In 2011-2012 during general space training he received flight training on aircraft L-39; special parachute training, training in zero-gravity conditions reproduced on board IL-76MDK laboratory airplane; trainings in the anechoic chamber; diving training and trainings in the CPC weightless environment training facility for extravehicular activities in the modified Orlan-MK spacesuit adapted for underwater operations, as well as survival training in various climatic and geographical areas.
On August 3, 2012 by decision of the Interdepartmental Qualification Commission he received the qualification of "a test cosmonaut." Then he received training as part of the specialization group for the ISS program.
From January to September 2016 he was trained within the ISS-53/54 backup crew as a flight engineer of the Soyuz MS and a flight engineer of the International Space Station (the crew composition was changed due to the revision of the ISS flight program).
From June 2018 to February 2020 he received training within the ISS-63 backup crew as the Soyuz MS flight engineer and the station flight engineer.

April 2020
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