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50 UKRAINS'KYKH PISEN' DLYA FORTEPIANO ('50 Ukrainian Songs for Piano') - Lysenko, Mykola. Arranged by V. Zentarsky 500 NOVYKH OSTROT ('500 New Jokes and Puns of Pushkin').
Vashe blagorodie, gospozha udacha! (iz k/f 'Beloe solnce pustyni') Pavel Luspekaev 2. Solomennaya shlyapka (iz k/f 'Solomennaya shlyapka') Andrej Mironov 3. Pesenka ob utrachennyh nadezhdah (iz k/f 'Solomennaya shlyapka') Lyudmila Gurchenko, Zinovij Gerdt 4. Pesenka vlyublennyh (iz k/f 'Solomennaya shlyapka') Vetlova Evgeniya, Kolpashnikov Aleksandr 5.
Zhenyus' (iz k/f 'Solomennaya shlyapka') Andrej Mironov 6. Pesenka menestrelej (iz k/f 'Solomennaya shlyapka') Vetlova Evgeniya, Kolpashnikov Aleksandr 7. Prelyudiya (iz k/f 'Melodii beloj nochi') Simfonicheskij orkestr Gosudarstvennogo akademicheskogo Bol'shogo teatra 8. Progulka po nochnomu gorodu (iz k/f 'Melodii beloj nochi') Simfonicheskij orkestr Gosudarstvennogo akademicheskogo Bol'shogo teatra 9. Pesenka kavalergarda (iz k/f 'Zvezda plenitel'nogo schast'ya') Vladimir Kachan 10.
Pesenka Minskogo (iz k/f 'Stancionnyj smotritel') Nikita Mihalkov 11. Ya ehal k Vam (iz k/f 'Stancionnyj smotritel') Ermakov Vladimir 12. Nuance vocalizer torrent. Ne sprashivaj, zachem (iz k/f 'Stancionnyj smotritel') Ermakov Vladimir 13. E'ta zhenschina v okne (iz k/f 'E'ta zhenschina v okne') Irina Murav'eva 14. Nadezhdy krashenaya dver' (iz k/f 'Kapitan Farkass') Elena Kamburova 15. Kapli datskogo korolya (iz k/f 'Zhenya, Zhenechka i Katyusha') S. Kavalerov 16.
Nas venchali ne v cerkvi (iz k/f 'Nas venchali ne v cerkvi) Elena Kamburova 17. Lyubov' i razluka (iz k/f 'Nas venchali ne v cerkvi) Elena Kamburova.
The Moonwalkers Who Could Have Been The Moonwalkers Who Could Have Been In the three and a half years between July, 1969 and December, 1972, twelve people walked on the moon. That fact is now well known. What is less well know is that there were fourteen others that could equally well have done so. Most people know the story of Apollo 13, which was sent to the moon with the intention of landing. But that accounts only for two of the other possible moonwalkers. Who were the other twelve, and what basis do we have for saying that they were possible moonwalkers? That is the purpose of this page.
People who said no to a possible moonwalk Frank Borman According to both Slayton and Borman, Borman elected to retire rather than retrain on the LM in 7 months for Apollo 11 (at the time, Borman had no LLRV/LLTV experience). He informed Slayton of his intentions before flying Apollo 8, so he was not actually offered the Apollo 11 mission, but Slayton says that he would have considered sending the Apollo 8 crew on Apollo 11 if Borman had been willing. Borman further says that he was not interested in flying any mission after Apollo 11 because his primary motivation was flight testing rather than science.
Borman never flew in space again after Apollo 8, his second mission. Jim McDivitt According to Slayton, McDivitt was offered the LMP seat on Apollo 14 with Sheppard commanding the mission. Slayton says that McDivitt declined the offer, at least in part because he did not wish to accept the mission if not in command. McDivitt, in his NASA oral history, says that he could have had command of Apollo 13 if he had wanted it. The Apollo 13 and 14 crews were swapped prior to their official assignment, so it is not clear which of the two missions McDivitt was referring to. Whichever account is correct, it is clear that McDivitt could have had a prime crew assignment on a lunar landing mission if he had wanted it. At one point, Slayton also considered assigning the entire Apollo 9 crew (which McDivitt commanded) to Apollo 12, but he later decided against that when Borman declined to consider taking the Apollo 11 mission.
McDivitt never flew in space again after Apollo 9, his second mission. Mike Collins According to both Slayton and Collins, Collins was offered command of the Apollo 14 backup crew, which would have led to command of Apollo 17. He declined that opportunity, and never flew in space again after Apollo 11, his second mission. Others Who Could Have Had a Moonwalk These people lost a good chance at a moonwalk due to some event that was beyond their control that could reasonably have come out the other way: Jim Lovell Commanded Apollo 13. Failed to land due to oxygen tank explosion. Never flew in space again after Apollo 13, his fourth mission. Grindeq code keygen crack.
Fred Haise LMP on Apollo 13. Failed to land due to oxygen tank explosion. Commanded the Apollo 16 backup crew, and in line for command of Apollo 19 prior to its cancellation due to budget reductions. Haise commanded a Shuttle Approach and Landing Test crew, but he never flew in space again after Apollo 13, his first mission. Joe Engle According to multiple sources, Engle was nominated as Apollo 17 LMP by Slayton and disapproved by NASA HQ in order to provide an LMP slot for Schmitt.