Egorov Boris Borisovich 
(26.11.1937–12.09.1994)


Soviet cosmonaut, Hero of the Soviet Union (medal No. 11228). 
Born in Moscow, in the family of AMS Academician Boris Grigorievich Egorov. The profession of the father predetermined the future profession, and the fate of his son. After school, he entered the Moscow Medical Institute named after I.M. In his student years, Sechenov was among those who worked with the first candidates for the Soviet cosmonaut detachment. After receiving a diploma in 1961, he began working as a junior researcher at a medical research institute, and in 1964 he moved to the Institute of Biomedical Problems, which also dealt with problems of space medicine. In the same year, he was enlisted in the Soviet cosmonaut detachment, in the group of medical cosmonauts No. 1. Having completed a full course of flight preparation on the Voskhod type, on October 12–13, 1964, Egorov made a space flight on the world's first multi-seat spacecraft Voskhod 1 in the crew of V.M. Komarova and K.P. Feoktistov. The duration of stay in space was 1 day 17 minutes 3 seconds. 
After completing the space flight, Egorov worked as head of the department of the Institute of Medical and Biological Problems of the USSR Ministry of Health; he was the head of the Center for the collection and processing of medical information of the Institute of Medical and Biological Problems of the USSR Ministry of Health; worked as director of the Institute of Biomedical Technology of the USSR Ministry of Health; Director of the Scientific-Production Center for Medical Biotechnology of the USSR Ministry of Health. worked as director of the Institute of Biomedical Technology of the USSR Ministry of Health; Director of the Scientific-Production Center for Medical Biotechnology of the USSR Ministry of Health. He officially remained in the cosmonaut detachment until 1982, although he was not trained in space flight missions. 
In addition to the Star of Hero and the Order of Lenin, Egorov was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, a gold medal named after K.E. Tsiolkovsky, the gold medal "Cosmos" and de Lavaux FAI, the gold medal of the International Academy of Astronautics. Among foreign awards the title is Hero of Labor SRV and the Order of the Order of the National Standard of Hungary I degree with diamonds. He is an honorary citizen of the cities of Kaluga, Clermont-Ferrand (France), Debrecen (Hungary). MD Humboldt University of Berlin. 
He died in Moscow and was buried at the Novodevichy cemetery. 
Cape north of Cape Isachenko in the Yenisei Gulf. 
The name was given by the decision of the Dikson regional executive committee of October 16, 1964.

 

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