|Birthplace:||Magadan / Magadan Oblast / Russian SFSR|
|Position:||Test Cosmonaut (TC)|
|1||Soyuz TM-26 / Mir-24||Flight Engineer||05.08.1997 - 19.02.1998||197d 17h 33m|
|2||Soyuz TMA-8 / ISS-13||Commander / ISS-CDR||30.03.2006 - 29.09.2006||182d 22h 43m|
|3||Soyuz TMA-08M / ISS-35 / ISS-36||Commander / ISS-CDR||28.03.2013 - 11.09.2013||166d 06h 15m|
|Total||546d 22h 31m|
|1||Soyuz TM-22||Flight Engineer|
|2||Soyuz TM-30||Flight Engineer|
Graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute, 1977; was selected as cosmonaut on 03.03.1992 (NPOE-10); OKP (cosmonaut basic training): 10/92 - 2/94; hobbies: History of aviation, astronautics, astronomy, sports; was assigned as flight engineer for Soyuz TM-24, but the crew was grounded because of heart problems of Commander Gennadi Manakov; by order of the president of RKKE, on February 06, 2003, Pavel Vinogradov was assigned to the post of the chief of the 291st Department (commander of the cosmonaut detachment of RKKE) while maintaining of the post of instructor test cosmonaut; he had undergo an intensive medical examination at the Hospital named for Burdenko; since 30.10.2007 deputy to the head of the RKKE flight test center (Aleksandr Kaleri).
Last update on March 16, 2023.