Hans Schlegel

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Hans Wilhelm Schlegel (Überlingen, 3 August 1951) is a German physicist, a former ESA astronaut, and a veteran of two NASA Space Shuttle missions. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Hans Schlegel has received more than 44,808 page views. His biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 21 in 2019). Hans Schlegel is the 215th most popular astronaut (down from 209th in 2019), the 4,066th most popular biography from Germany (down from 3,058th in 2019) and the 4th most popular German Astronaut.

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Among astronauts, Hans Schlegel ranks 215 out of 524Before him are Marcos Pontes, William C. McCool, Sergei Avdeyev, James C. Adamson, Valery Korzun, and Steven R. Nagel. After him are Marsha Ivins, Oleg Kononenko, Michael López-Alegría, Oleg Atkov, Ernst Messerschmid, and Loren Acton.

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Among people born in 1951, Hans Schlegel ranks 392Before him are Bill Moseley, Nedim Gürsel, Mick Garris, Max Weinberg, Zakir Hussain, and Timothy Bottoms. After him are Marsha Ivins, Phyllis Smith, Brian Grazer, Alfonso Portillo, Dominique Dropsy, and Marvin Heemeyer.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Hans Schlegel ranks 4,066 out of 5,289Before him are Georg Thoma (1937), Zvjezdan Misimović (1982), Theo Helfrich (1913), Katharine Cornell (1893), Monika Maron (1941), and Tomer Sisley (1974). After him are Peter Baltes (1958), Jens Voigt (1971), Sven Bender (1989), Erwin Teufel (1939), Wilhelm Bungert (1939), and Max Streibl (1932).

Among ASTRONAUTS In Germany

Among astronauts born in Germany, Hans Schlegel ranks 4Before him are Sigmund Jähn (1937), Ulf Merbold (1941), and Thomas Reiter (1958). After him are Ernst Messerschmid (1945), Klaus-Dietrich Flade (1952), Jean-Jacques Favier (1949), Ulrich Walter (1954), Reinhold Ewald (1956), Gerhard Thiele (1953), and Alexander Gerst (1976).