|Yuri Mikhailovich Baturin|
|Born||12 June 1949
Moscow, Soviet Union (now Russia)
Time in space
|19d 17h 44m|
|Missions||Mir EP-4 (Soyuz TM-28 / Soyuz TM-27), ISS EP-1 (Soyuz TM-32 / Soyuz TM-31)|
Baturin graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 1973, and is the former head of National Security; he is also an author in constitutional law. Baturin was also a cosmonaut who flew on two missions.
His first spaceflight, sometimes called Mir EP-4, was launched with the spacecraft Soyuz TM-28 13 August 1998, and landed with Soyuz TM-27. He was a Research Cosmonaut for this mission, which lasted for 11 days 19 hours 39 minutes. His second spaceflight was ISS EP-1, which was launched with the spacecraft Soyuz TM-32 on April 28, 2001, and landed with Soyuz TM-31. This mission was notable as carrying to first paying space tourist Dennis Tito. For this mission he was designated a Flight Engineer; the mission lasted for 7 days 22 hours and 4 minutes.
In 2011 Baturin delivered a lecture, “The Astronaut’s Earthly Mission,” at the first Starmus Festival in the Canary Islands. His talk was subsequently published in the book Starmus: 50 Years of Man in Space. 
He married Svetlana Veniaminovna Polubinskaya, (born 1954); they had a daughter, Alexandra Yurievna Baturina, (born 1982), a student at the Moscow State Academy of Law.
- Yury Baturin. Studies in Constitutional Law. Moscow: ILPP, 2008, 114 pp, with illustrations [Russian: Батурин Ю. Конституционные этюды. - М.: Институт права и публичной политики, 2008 – 114 с., 80 с. ил.
- "Mir EP-4". Encyclopedia Astronautica. Retrieved 5 January 2011.
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