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Sport Subclass Type of record Performancesort descending Date Claimant Status ID
Space records K_Absolute Accumulated space flight time 17 Apr 1970 James A. Lovell (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9734
Space records K_Absolute Absolute distance Precision landing: 6,21 km 21 Jul 1966 John Watts Young (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 10285
Space records P-1 Greatest mass lifted to altitude 1 439.8 kg 04 Oct 2004 Brian Binnie (USA) ratified - current record 10434
Space records K-2 Altitude in elliptical orbit 1 369 km 15 Sep 1966 Charles Conrad (USA) ratified - current record 9537
Space records K-3 Distance covered on foot on the surface of the celestial body 1 454 meters 09 Feb 1971 Alan B. Shepard, Jr (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 10308
Space records P-2 Distance travelled 1 508 202 km 14 Apr 1981 Sts-1 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9247
Space records P-1 Number of people in suborbital flight 1 29 Sep 2004 Michael W. Melvill (USA) ratified - current record 9862
Space records K-1 Greatest mass lifted to altitude 1 832,51 kg 05 May 1961 Alan B. Shepard, Jr (USA) ratified - current record 9520
Space records K-2 Distance travelled 1 970 990 km 19 Jun 1963 Valentina Vladimirovna Terechkova (URS) ratified - reclassified after changes in sporting code 9333
Space records K-2 Distance travelled while linked 1 309 974 km 24 Jul 1975 Thomas P. Stafford (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9584
Space records K-2 Duration 1 h 48 min 12 Apr 1961 Yuri Alexeevitch Gagarine (URS) ratified - superseded since approved 9326
Space records K-2 Distance travelled while linked 1 488 320 km 24 Jul 1975 Thomas P. Stafford (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9585
Space records K_Absolute Distance travelled 1 508 202 km 14 Apr 1981 Sts-1 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9252
Space records K_Absolute Distance travelled 2 639 600 km 15 Aug 1962 Andryan Grigoryevich Nikolaev (URS) ratified - superseded since approved 9349
Space records P-2 Duration 2 days 6 h 20 min 52 sec 14 Apr 1981 Sts-1 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9244
Space records K-2 Distance travelled 2 639 600 km 15 Aug 1962 Andryan Grigoryevich Nikolaev (URS) ratified - superseded since approved 9351
Space records K_Absolute Extravehicular duration in space 2h 31mn 40s 24 Jul 1969 Neil A. Armstrong (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 2324
Space records K-3 Extravehicular duration on the surface of the celestial body by an astronaut 2h 31mn 40s 21 Jul 1969 Neil A. Armstrong (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 2322
Space records P-2 Greatest mass lifted to greatest altitude 2 117.4 kg 14 Apr 1981 Sts-1 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9248
Space records K_Absolute Extravehicular duration in space 3 h 33 min 04 sec 25 Jul 1984 Vladimir Titov (RUS) ratified - superseded since approved 9805
Space records K-2 Distance travelled 3 325 957 km 19 Jun 1963 Valery Fiodorovich Bikovsky (URS) ratified - reclassified after changes in sporting code 9353
Space records P-1 Minimum time between two consecutive flights in a reusable vehicle 4 days 23 hours 15 min 9 sec 04 Oct 2004 Brian Binnie (USA) ratified - current record 9882
Space records K-2 Duration 4hr 24min 29sec 18 Oct 1969 Georgy Stepanovich Shonin (URS) ratified - superseded since approved 9591
Space records K-2 Total duration of flight of spaceships while linked 4hr 33min 49sec 18 Jan 1969 Vladimir Alexandrovich Shatalov (URS) ratified - superseded since approved 9592
Space records K-3 Greatest mass lifted to lunar or planetary orbit from the lunar or planetary surface 4 965,5 kg 24 Apr 1972 John W. Young (USA) ratified - retired by changes of the sporting code 17098
Space records K_Absolute Total duration of flight of spaceships while linked 4 days 22 h 09 min 04 Jul 1995 Sts-71, Mir 18 & Mir 19 Crew Members (-i-) ratified - superseded since approved 2772
Space records K-2 Greatest mass lifted to altitude 4 713 kg 19 Jun 1963 Valentina Vladimirovna Terechkova (URS) ratified - current record 9334
Space records K-2 Greatest mass lifted to altitude 4 725 kg 12 Apr 1961 Yuri Alexeevitch Gagarine (URS) ratified - superseded since approved 9328
Space records P-2 Distance travelled 5 367 009 km 30 Mar 1982 Sts-3 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9835
Space records K-2 Greatest mass lifted to altitude 5 320 kg 13 Oct 1964 Vladimir M. Komarov (URS) ratified - superseded since approved 9355
Space records K_Absolute Extravehicular duration in space 5hr 52min 09 Dec 1988 Jean-Loup Chretien (FRA) ratified - superseded since approved 9807
Space records K-2 Distance travelled 5 331 752 km 29 Aug 1965 Gordon L. Cooper (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9337
Space records K-2 Greatest mass lifted to altitude 6 575 kg 30 Oct 1968 Georgy Timofeevitch Beregovoi (URS) ratified - current record 9431
Space records K_Absolute Extravehicular duration in space 6h 9mn 59s 26 Jan 1991 Victor M. Afanasjev (URS) ratified - current record 9813
Space records K_Absolute Extravehicular duration in space 6h 9mn 59s 26 Jan 1991 Victor M. Afanasjev (URS) ratified - superseded since approved 9814
Space records P-2 Duration 6 days 02h 23mn 59s 18 Jun 1983 Sts-7 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 1542
Space records K-3 Distance covered on board a vehicle on the surface of the celestial body 7 370 m 13 Dec 1972 Eugene A. Cernan (USA) ratified - current record 2307
Space records K-2 Greatest mass lifted to altitude 7 428 kg 22 Jun 1973 Charles Conrad Jr. (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9725
Space records K-3 Greatest mass landed on the celestial body 7 326.9 kg 20 Jul 1969 Neil A. Armstrong (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 2320
Space records K_Absolute Extravehicular duration in space 8 h 20 min 13 May 1992 Sts-49 Crew (USA) ratified - current record 9819
Space records K-3 Greatest mass landed on the celestial body 8 257.6 kg 21 Apr 1972 John Watts Young (USA) ratified - current record 2301
Space records K_Absolute Total duration of flight of spaceships while linked 8 days 21 h 53 min 25 sec 19 Mar 2001 Combined Sts-102 / Iss 5a.1 Crew Members (-i-) ratified - current record 7178
Space records K_Absolute Extravehicular duration in space 8 h 20 min 13 May 1992 Sts-49 Crew (USA) ratified - current record 9825
Space records P-2 Duration 8 days 0 h 4 min 45 sec 30 Mar 1982 Sts-3 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9833
Space records K_Absolute Duration 8 days 0 h 4 min 45 sec 30 Mar 1982 Sts-3 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9834
Space records K_Absolute Extravehicular duration in space 9 hr 12 min 27 sec 09 Feb 1971 Alan B. Shepard, Jr (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 10301
Space records K-3 Extravehicular duration on the surface of the celestial body by an astronaut 9 hr 12 min 27 sec 09 Feb 1971 Alan B. Shepard, Jr (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 10304
Space records P-2 Duration 10 days 7 h 47 min 24 sec 08 Dec 1983 Sts-9 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9826
Space records K_Absolute Duration 10 days 7 h 47 min 24 sec 08 Dec 1983 Sts-9 Crew (USA) ratified - superseded since approved 9832
Space records K_Absolute Total duration of flight of spaceships while linked 10 days 21 h 52 min 15 sec 07 Nov 2007 Sts-120 And Iss 16 Crews Members (-i-) ratified - current record 14856

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