Anton Shkaplerov

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Anton Nikolaevich Shkaplerov (Russian: Антон Николаевич Шкаплеров; born 20 February 1972) is a Russian cosmonaut. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Anton Shkaplerov has received more than 170,714 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia. Anton Shkaplerov is the 402nd most popular astronaut (up from 436th in 2019), the 751st most popular biography from Ukraine (down from 637th in 2019) and the 20th most popular Ukrainian Astronaut.

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  • 18

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  • 4.51

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  • 2.19

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Among astronauts, Anton Shkaplerov ranks 402 out of 524Before him are Carl J. Meade, Brian Duffy, Jerome Apt, Clayton Anderson, Mark N. Brown, and Roger K. Crouch. After him are Scott J. Horowitz, Konstantin Kozeyev, John M. Grunsfeld, Michael Foreman, Michael A. Baker, and Gregory C. Johnson.

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Among people born in 1972, Anton Shkaplerov ranks 512Before him are Marianne Thieme, Jure Košir, Phil O'Donnell, Teruo Iwamoto, Adhemar, and Miriam Oremans. After him are Brian McBride, Sharon Leal, Paulo Figueiredo, Žigmund Pálffy, Paolo Orlandoni, and Matt Bloom.

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In Ukraine

Among people born in Ukraine, Anton Shkaplerov ranks 751 out of 913Before him are Ana Layevska (1982), Ze'ev Elkin (1971), Igors Rausis (1961), Roman Zozulya (1989), Alyosha (1986), and Justine Pasek (1979). After him are Yevhen Seleznyov (1985), Maksim Romaschenko (1976), NK (1987), Taras Stepanenko (1989), Bohdan Bondarenko (1989), and Oksana Shachko (1987).

Among ASTRONAUTS In Ukraine

Among astronauts born in Ukraine, Anton Shkaplerov ranks 20Before him are Yuri Malenchenko (1961), Yuri Gidzenko (1962), Vladimir Vasyutin (1952), Anatoly Artsebarsky (1956), Yury Onufriyenko (1961), and Oleg Kotov (1965).

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