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German Titov (1935–2000)

German Titov was born on September 11, 1935 in Verkhneye Zhilino, West Siberian Krai, RSFSR, USSR as German Stepanovich Titov. He died on September 20, 2000 in Moscow, Russia. See full bio »

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(age 65) in Moscow, Russia

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Known For

Unser Sandmännchen
1961
Cold War
Cold War Himself
1998

Filmography

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 1998 Cold War (TV Mini-Series documentary)
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- Sputnik (1998) ... Himself (as Gierman Titov)
 1961 Unser Sandmännchen (TV Series)
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- Episode dated 5 September 1961 (1961) ... Himself
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 2014 Cosmonauts: How Russia Won the Space Race (TV Movie documentary)
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 2009 Cosmonauta
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 2005 Conquering Space: The Moon and Beyond (Video documentary)
Himself - Soviet Cosmonaut (as Gherman S. Titov)
 1998 Cold War (TV Mini-Series documentary)
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- Red Spring (1998) ... Himself (as Gherman Titov)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Gherman S. Titov | Gherman Titov | Gierman Titov
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Personal Quote:

Spring One. Spring One. I am Eagle. I am Eagle. I can hear you very well. I feel excellent. My feeling is excellent. [Message from Vostok II using the call signal Oriel, or "Eagle," while orbiting the Earth every 88 minutes, August 1961] See more »

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Piloted the Vostok 2 spacecraft on 6 August 1961, becoming the first man to orbit the earth multiple times. He also became the second Russian (after fellow cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin) and the fourth human (after Gagarin and American astronauts Alan Shepard and Gus Grissom) to enter space.

Star Sign:

Virgo

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