Claudie Haigneré

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Claudie Haigneré
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Born (1957-05-13) 13 May 1957 (age 64)
Le Creusot, France
StatusRetired
OccupationRheumatologist
Independent CEO at France Telecom
Awards
  • Legion Honneur Chevalier ribbon.svg
  • Ordre national du Merite Chevalier ribbon.svg
  • Orden of Friendship.png
  • Medal For Merit in an Space Exploration (Russia 2010) ribbon.svg
Space career
CNES/ESA astronaut
Time in space
25d 14h 22min
Selection1985 CNES Group 2
1999 ESA Group
MissionsSoyuz TM-24, Mir-Cassiopée, Soyuz TM-23,
Soyuz TM-33, ISS-Andromède, Soyuz TM-32
Mission insignia
Soyuz TM-24 patch.png Mir-Cassiopée mission patch.png Soyuz TM-33 patch.png ISS-Andromède mission patch.png

Claudie André-Deshays Haigneré (born 13 May 1957) is a French doctor, politician, and former astronaut. She was a member of the Centre National d'Études Spatiales (1985–1999) and the European Space Agency (1999–2002).[1] She was born in Le Creusot, France. She is also the CEO of France Telecom.

References[change | change source]

  1. esa. "Claudie Haigneré (formerly Claudie André-Deshays)". esa.int.